Live Streaming Services


Live streaming events enables you to spread your key messages around the globe to your website, purpose built stream page, You Tube channel or Facebook page on any device.


Engage with your audience by integrating social media feeds such as Twitter, live Q&A, polling and SMS text messages.


Post event viewer reports provide an insightful look into how your viewers interact with your stream. It measure details such as viewer numbers, average view time, total data streamed, geographical location, browser types, platforms and devices used.

Live Streaming

Internal staff update from the Arnotts Sydney office

Live Streaming

Internal staff update from the Aussie Sydney office

Live Streaming

Live stream from Homebush of the Festival of Contagious Ideas 2016

Live streaming to a stream page and social media channels

    • Cross platform, browser and device compatible
    • Stream can be embedded into your domain/URL website
    • Responsive stream page creation with logos, event titles, speaker names, agenda, file attachments and social media links
    • Live stream to You Tube channels and Facebook pages
    • Moderated Twitter feeds can be placed on the lower part of the video stream
    • Live moderated audience Q&A
    • Live audience polling
    • Streaming servers supporting global audiences
    • Password protected stream pages
    • Watermark logo over live stream
    • Multi bit-rate streaming (low, medium, high)
    • Streaming encoder can support multiple inputs (4 camera angles, 2 laptops)
    • Pre-event testing
    • Live and/or on-demand service
    • Backup record of event
    • StreamGate analytics viewer report
    • Streaming equipment is portable


Streaming Multiple Inputs

Our streaming encoders take multiple camera and computer inputs so during an event we can mix from full screen shots to multiple shots. The camera picture is tucked into a corner with the accompanying large presentation next to it over a background image.


Video Conferencing and Live Streaming

Connect two or more remote sites that can see, hear and exchange presentations among themselves via a video conference. Once those sites have connected, it’s easy to broadcast to a stream page, You Tube or Facebook channel. The video conference session will be seen as a regular computer input into the webcast encoder so other inputs can also be included into the live stream.