Live and on Demand Audio/Visual Streaming.
We are getting many more enquiries now for Live and On Demand Streaming services.
You will of course require a broadband connection at the location you wish to transmit the A/V stream from. Although there are units available that utilise the 4G network if you have sufficient signal.
Our basic installation of an Automatic Encoder
and a feed from a HD camera will enable you to get started. A simple push button to start the Stream or in the case of some of our Digital audio systems, we can start the stream when you
power up the audio system or press a button on your Control panel. If you already stream from a laptop webcam we can even integrate the system so you still operate the laptop just the same but your video feed will be from a better
quality HD camera with sound fed from you existing audio system. So you can continue to stream via Zoom or your favourite platform. Units are available that will allow you to Stream and also make a recording onto a Memory card for later editing and distribution.
So you can have a simple turn on and stream system, or opt for an install that enables you to continue using your laptop to stream as you do now.
So if you currently stream from a laptop to Youtube, Facebook, Twitch, Zoom, etc our camera install will enable you to carry on as you do now but with a HD camera feed and better
audio quality with a feed directly from you sound system. A step up from this is for a PTZ camera install. This will enable you to Pan and Zoom as you require rather than having a fixed
camera that covers just a part of the church. Alternatively you could have a number of cameras positioned to cover
areas you choose, both of these options would require you to have someone to operate the equipment. This will allow you to change cameras, display laptop images and logo's etc.
You can fade from one to the other and it will also feed your in house monitors or projectors.
Please contact us if you require a visit and advice/quotation for updating or a new installation.
Please enquire with you own church administrators and Diocese websites regarding copyright. If you are streaming to Youtube or Facebook they already have some licensing attached
as long as you adhere to their terms and conditions.