LIVE STREAMING flexibility, the more, the better!

Live streaming flexibility is all about creating many different looks, layouts and camera angles. This format works incredibly well to better encapsulate your online audience. No matter what is occurring live in the room, the experience for the viewer online will be different. The viewer has to be in the room while watching so covering the room with multiple camera shots are vital.

The more camera inputs the live streaming producer has to choose from, the better we can deliver the full scope of the event. By utilising many shots, it creates the opportunity to roll out multiple live streaming looks. With multiple inputs to select from, we are able to crop, move, stretch, flip and rotate input sources to deliver multiple inputs simultaneously or in singular full screen mode.

A camera set alone for presenter close ups with its own camera operator is crucial and locked off cameras positioned at the rear of the auditorium and back of stage shooting towards the audience increases the room visibility. Direct feeds are taken of all the content such as video and PowerPoint presentations rather than pointing a camera at a screen playing a video.

ADOBE Digital Marketing Symposium 2015

Camera shot is placed above an extra wide blue PowerPoint presentation over the background layer.

Marina Abramovic presenting for Kaldor Public Art Projects

Stream page containing social media links and sponsors.

Susquehanna Staff Update

Stream page design extracted from the Susquehanna home page.

 

Prospect & Janssen Oncology live stream with Q&A

Details of each speaker were extracted from the PDF invite.