Our Live streaming technology lets you watch, create and share videos in real time, a bit like live TV. Unlike pre-recorded videos that can be cut and edited, live streaming is just that – live and uncensored. Some live streams can be private. For example, video conferencing, like Skype or Zoom, uses live streaming technology to allow you to talk to people you have invited. To make sure they stay private, they should be password protected and passwords shouldn’t be shared with people you don’t know.

Some live streams are public and might be watched by hundreds or even thousands of people.

Viewers can comment and interact live by posting messages that appear beside the live stream. They can also share emojis such as hearts, and gifts such as coins which appear on the screen.

The inspiration to live stream comes from reality TV and YouTube, where you can broadcast anything you are doing, right there in the moment, all across the world. Our Live Stream Service is an on-site role involving all equipment set up for a successful Event or Live Stream Production. In addition to ensuring the video stream will be consistent throughout the shoot, Our Tech assists in setting up sound and light for a high- quality video stream. Our Tech remains on-site throughout the duration of the shoot, monitoring and ensuring there are no breaks in streaming and stepping in to adjust equipment as necessary.