Studio Quality Livestream from Reno, NV
During the Covid-19 Pandemic we all got familiar with video conferencing. And in a hurry we saw the benefits of not having to go across the country for a face to face meeting, heck, not having to go across town for a face to face meeting saves us all a ton of time in any given week. We say the benefits of only having to get half dressed for a meeting. Business up top, PJs down below. We saw the beauty of no one in the room being able to smell the whiskey in our coffee. We saw beauty of being able to mustitask through parts of meetings that weren't relevant to your roles. So many things to love about meetings and conferences on Zoom, Teams, FaceTime, Google Chat, and others. But there is and ugly side.
Pretty quick we realized that the crappy web cam on our computers, whether it's 4k or not, looks just awful. But even if you go the extra mile and get a good camera that can stream through your computer it still looks bad. What the HECK! And that doesn't solve the problem of your voice coming through too quiet, or too loud, and sounding bad either way. But don't fear, there is a solution that cam make you look as goof live streaming as you do on that high end corporate interview video you have on the website.
Livestream to Zoom with a professional interview setup
I've gotten set up to be able to use my lights, cameras and microphones to shoot your livestream, whether it's your press conference, zoom all hands meeting, or your remote interview with a national news anchor. I can set up my full interfiew setup with one or two cameras and three-light kit and high quality boom microphone and stream it live to any platform.
Multi-Camera Switching in Live Stream
We have the capability to switch between multiple cameras for a fully professional, broadcast quality live video produtcion.
Here's an example of a two camera press conference with Nevada Governor Sisolak. This was shot live with two cameras and a single podium mounted microphone.
Media Remote or Zoom Conference
This was shot live at the home of Survey Monkey CEO Zander Lurie in Truckee, CA for an interview with CNBC's show Squawk Box.
Livestreaming Platform optoions
- Microsoft Teams
- Face Time