Our goal was to create an engaging video production which would be live streamed to viewers around the world and recorded for on-demand video playback.
The event used three live streaming systems to capture content from a main ball room, a theater and a large meeting room (more about the actually technology setup in this blog post).
Some event planners worry that virtual ticket sales could undermine in-person ticket sales.
In many cases, the virtual tickets are purchased by people who physically cannot make it to a venue yet still want access to the content.
We found that almost 98% of all virtual ticket holders also purchased access to the on-demand video content.
In these cases, the in-person ticket sales would not be affected.
Some events such as music festivals are able to broaden their local reach to a global audience around the world.
This software allows us to display lower thirds, intro videos, transitions and much more.
Level 3 and 4 include professional lighting, cameras, microphones and actual camera operators who ensure a best in class experience for your live audience.
I like to think about the possible event live streaming solutions in 4 levels.