Live stream production is a powerful tool to get your message to the world. And it's something we love to do at MediaBoss.
Whether it's a presentation for your national offices or a product demo across the world, a well produced live stream can be an excellent communication tool.
That's why today, I'm going to share 5 things you need to know about Live Stream Production.
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1. Connection is Everything.
Beautifully shot, HD video means nothing if you don't have the bandwidth to properly send it out or keep a consistent stream. The last thing you want is for your feed to drop in the middle of your broadcast. Make sure you have a good connection to keep your stream up and uninterrupted!
Beautifully shot, HD video means nothing w/o proper bandwidth or a consistent stream.
2. Preparation is Key.
Yes, we can integrate your old commercial. Sure, we can manipulate your slide deck. Of course we can create and run custom graphics. But everything takes time and last minute changes can compromise a broadcast.
3. Remember, this is Live TV.
Think about your live webcast like the news. There is a show clock. Things need to happen at a certain time. If your production team doesn't have all the information something is bound to go wrong. Share the details with your production team and your broadcast will go off without a hitch.
4. Your event is more than just the Live Stream.
Think about your live stream as a series of stand alone segments. Everything we do is recorded to High Res files on solid state drives that can be edited down to individual videos however you'd like. Content creation is the name of the game and a live stream has legs well beyond the live event.
5. Why Have 1, When You Can Have 5?
Filming a single camera stream can be efficient, but it is likely to bore your viewers. Think about how many cameras a typical news program has. Now think about an NFL game. You want a one shot? Done. Back to a wide? Sure thing. Product close up? We've got that.
The additional costs for extra cameras won't break the bank. But a poor broadcast may cost you even more.
Those are the top 5 tips. If you have any questions about live streaming an event, we'd love to talk to you. Feel free to email me anytime: firstname.lastname@example.org