Webcast Package Examples

View examples of the package of your choice, or see examples of types of productions, by scrolling down the Playlist to the right of the video screen. Descriptions of the examples are shown in the table below the video player.

Package Descriptions
Basic Package A single camera is used to capture a speaker at a podium –  no slide captures.
Value A Package Two-camera production – 1 cam for the speaker and 1 on the audience.
Value A Package with split-screen Two-camera production – using various split-screen configurations for discussions between 2 parties – can be used for speaker with audience or focused on 2 speakers.
Value B Package Two-camera production – 1 cam for the speaker and the other on the presentation screen. (Note: this method of capturing slides is not ideal &results in a lower resolution of the image as compared to the Value C method shown below)
Value C Package  Two views again – 1 camera for the speaker at the podium plus a ‘Direct-to-Computer‘ digital capture of the PowerPoint presentation. (Note: this method of capturing slides results in a crisp and clear image with excellent resolution of the captured slides). This package includes PIP (picture-in-picture) views of speaker plus the slides.
Value C + Ppt Video Same as the above except it also includes showing embedded videos within the PowerPoint presentation. (Note: no difference in pricing from Value C package above)
Your Custom Package Customized to your specifications with 2 or more cameras (1 for speaker + 1 for audience Q&A, panel group, etc.) + Direct-to-Computer digital slide capture. You can add Optional Interactive Chat screens, Skype capture & more to add more value to your custom event webcast.
Custom Package with Split Screen A 3 camera production with split screens & live video switching to capture 3 parties simultaneously.
Group Panel Discussion Generally 2 cameras are used as in the Value A Package, to switch between the moderator & the speaker(s). It could be done with a single camera panning & zooming between speakers to save on cost, but that is not recommended as the camera movements can be very distracting and would look quite unprofessional.
Note: However if PowerPoint slides are also being captured alongside the panel discussion, it would require the Custom Package.
Seminar with Audience Interaction This was a multi-camera production – i.e. 1 cam for the speaker, 1 cam for a wide audience shot and 1 cam for audience members speaking. There was also a PowerPoint screen to be captured using a separate camera – which you will notice that it is not very sharp, since a direct digital capture was not allowed. Obviously, this project required a Custom Package.
Keynote Speech A single static camera (with an on-camera mic) is used to capture a speaker at a lectern. No PowerPoint capture here. It is generally the same as the ‘Basic’ Package but using our own mic/audio capture.
(Note: If however a PowerPoint capture is to be included, it will revert to the Value C package)
Keynote Luncheon Address Again, a single static camera (with an on-camera mic) is used to capture a keynote speaker during a luncheon event. No PowerPoint capture here. It is generally the same as the ‘Basic’ Package but using our own microphone for capturing audio.
Note: In all packages with more than 1 view (ie. Value A, B & C and Custom) we use ‘Live Video Switching’ to switch between camera angles & slides in real-time, including Picture-in-Picture as required. Text overlays for titles are also used when needed.