Engage Your Audience
Live streaming is the best way to grow an online audience. Our live stream team is dedicated to staying ahead of the rapidly evolving industry of live broadcast, and we love new, challenging projects. We can shoot on location or in our studio. What are you working on? We want to know. Call us at 310-372-8218.
· Corporate Events · Conferences · Esports · Mobile Apps · Product Launches · Music Festivals · Fundraisers
1. IDENTIFY THE PURPOSE
We help you find goals that will make your event a success. Are you selling a product or raising money? Is it apart of a brand awareness campaign? What type of engagement are you looking for? We will also create a strategy with you to identify which platforms to stream to and what style of production would best serve your event.
2. CREATE THE SHOW
Our job is to ensure the live audience gets a great show. We coordinate with your live staff to iron out all of the details for the event, and create the schedule your virtual audience will see. This is also when we will visit the venue to get all of the technical logistics – like planning where the cameras go.
3. WE’RE LIVE IN 3… 2… 1!
Our experienced crew will handle everything to ensure the best live stream experience for your virtual audience.
4. POST EVENT
After the event we will gather all of the viewer analytics, deliver the recording of the event, and edit any highlight or sizzle reels.
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Iration Press Play tour promotion: In studio · 5 Cameras · Great Vibes
A behind the scenes look at the live stream crew traveling to Seattle to produce a fundraising live stream. We helped raise thousands of dollars for Soup Ladies, a non-profit organization that cooks and brings meals to first responders around the US.
Cali Roots Festival WeedMaps Stage · 4 Cameras · IMAG
Hermosa Beach Summer Concerts Series Behind the Scenes
5 Camera live recording featuring Snoop Dogg · NO AUDIO
Davey Wavey Facebook Live · 3 Cameras · 5 Day Series
Extra Life Charity Stream (D&D) · 5 Cameras · In Studio · Stream Labs integration
City of Hermosa Beach · 1 Camera · IMAG to Beach · FB Live
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What is Live Streaming?
Live streaming is today’s version of broadcast. Thanks to the internet and modern technology, everything is a little easier – for production and for the viewer. In the average scenario, camera(s) and microphone(s) capture an event. The captured content is then distributed to viewers, via the internet, in real-time. Nowadays, even traditional broadcasts are providing live stream platforms for their audience. A couple examples would be the news and sports.
Good uses for live streams would include: Fundraisers, Promotion and Announcements, Performances, Training, and Special Events.
How much does it cost to live stream?
It depends on your production needs. You can live stream for free from a smartphone or laptop but it would have a lot of limitations. Here are five basic questions to keep in mind when budgeting your live stream production:
- Would it require a single camera or many?
- Will lighting and live audio be provided?
- How many locations will the event take place in?
- Will the webcast need to be private or public?
- Will internet be provided? (Minimum 10MB upload speed is recommended for a single destination live stream at 1080p)
Can I live stream on my own?
Yes, of course you can! One of the best things about live streaming is that it’s widely accessible to the creators, and to the audience.
When should I consider hiring a Live Stream Production team?
If it’s mission critical that the live stream goes smoothly, it would be wise to hire professionals.
If the production expectation exceeds your current abilities.
If you don’t have time to focus on the live stream production.
How different is video production from live stream production?
There are parts of video and live stream production that overlap, but each has its own unique workflow. Having knowledge in video production is helpful because it gives you a head start when making creative decisions in regards to cameras, lenses, and audio. Where it differs, is in the live, no-mistakes, element, and also in the network and technical direction category. The equipment requirements may also be slightly different. For example, one benefit of having a live stream rig, is that it will give you the ability to color correct or change settings on multiple cameras from a single location, without slowing down the working camera operators.
What happens after the live stream ends?
You can choose to have each individual camera, and audio sources recorded, and/or the final line cut (what the viewers saw). With this footage, you now have a fully edited video to use however you’d like. The entire video can be uploaded to be watched at the viewer’s convenience, and also edited, or cut, into separate segments to create individual videos, and more!