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Livestreaming

Eve’ll Live provides scalable livestreaming solutions for single or multicamera broadcasts, digital and virtual events, webinars and remote viewing. With the ability to draw upon the experience and resources of our sister companies, we can provide creative, production and technical services for a wide range of productions.

So whether you need to livestream a single camera feed to a specific client or stream a multicamera shoot to multiple platforms, we’re here to help.

CASE STUDIES

Live Remote View from a Location Shoot

Live stream to YouTube for The Physiological Society

Live Streaming a COVID-19 Safe Webinar

 

CONTACT

Contact us at info @ evellmedia dot com or call us on 03332 100 666 to discuss your livestreaming needs
or follow the links below to discover other ways we can help with your production needs

Remote Client Viewing on a Location Shoot

Due to COVID-19 restricting the number of people able to attend film shoots, this has quickly become our most popular livestreaming solution.

Weber Shandwick asked us if we could provide a live feed from a project they were producing across several Central London locations over the course of a day.

The feed would need to be simple to use, secure and of a high enough resolution for their clients to sign off on both the visual and audio content. Importantly the equipment had to be small enough to be carried by the camera operator and should not require any futher crew to operate it.

Our solution was to deploy one of our LiveU boxes which use a number of SIM cards to send signals (via 4G) from the camera to a bonding service that combines the individual signals into a single consistant (1920×1080) HD feed. This feed is forwarded to a streaming service for the client to view through a secure password protected portal, customised to refelect their brand.

On the ground, the camera operator was provided with a small backpack containing the LiveU unit that was switched on once the crew reached a new location. As the unit can be operated remotely, there was no need to add another member of the crew, which helped not only with COVID-19 security, but also with Westminster Council’s strict street filming regulations and the limited crew allowed into the National Portrait Gallery when it came to filming the interview.

During the shoot, the Producer was able to take notes from the client (via Whatsapp) as the shoot happened, feeding their notes to the talent and crew for subsequent takes.

Live stream to YouTube for The Physiological Society

We were asked to provide livestreaming services for an event at the prestigious Royal Institution featuring NASA Astronaut James Pawelczyk, so those not lucky enough to get a ticket could watch from home via YouTube.

Having tested the speed of the connection before the shoot, we ran two streams via separate Apple Macs, each running Wirecast. This way should there be an issue with the first stream, the second would take over with no interruption to the livestream.

We also provided vision mixing, monitoring and recording equipment so the Director could vision mix the two live cameras and the presenter’s slides, as well as adding overlay graphics where necessary in Wirecast.

We gave the camera operator a monitor so they would know when they could safely re-position their shot, and made an HD recording of the mixed live edit for the editor. This allowed the client to get the most out of the footage by combining the mixed edit with ISO recordings taken from the cameras and producing extra shorter cuts for social media. This could then be used to drive traffic to the archived version of the event, once it was over.

 

Live stream to YouTube for The Physiological Society

We were asked to provide livestreaming services for an event at the prestigious Royal Institution featuring NASA Astronaut James Pawelczyk, so those not lucky enough to get a ticket could watch from home via YouTube.

Having tested the speed of the connection before the shoot, we ran two streams via separate Apple Macs, each running Wirecast. This way should there be an issue with the first stream, the second would take over with no interruption to the livestream.

We also provided vision mixing, monitoring and recording equipment so the Director could vision mix the two live cameras and the presenter’s slides, as well as adding overlay graphics where necessary in Wirecast.

We gave the camera operator a monitor so they would know when they could safely re-position their shot, and made an HD recording of the mixed live edit for the editor. This allowed the client to get the most out of the footage by combining the mixed edit with ISO recordings taken from the cameras and producing extra shorter cuts for social media. This could then be used to drive traffic to the archived version of the event, once it was over.

 

Live Streaming a COVID-19 Safe Webinar

Just before lockdown occurred in March 2020, our client Branch Road asked us to help them with a project for their client Service Now.

What had been due to be a large conference, was now being re-imagined as a live webinar, using the key speakers who were due to appear at the event.

We were able to supply kit and crew to vision mix, camera operate, light and livestream the event which included two socially distanced speakers in the room,
as well as a number of guests who appeared virtually via Zoom.

As this was a first for the end client, we were also on hand to film some extra footage they could use to put together a behind-the-scenes video of how the event was staged.

Filming extra content like this is one of several ways to make your live content go even further.

 

Live Streaming a COVID-19 Safe Webinar

Just before lockdown occurred in March 2020, our client Branch Road asked us to help them with a project for their client Service Now.

What had been due to be a large conference, was now being re-imagined as a live webinar, using the key speakers who were due to appear at the event.

We were able to supply kit and crew to vision mix, camera operate, light and livestream the event which included two socially distanced speakers in the room,
as well as a number of guests who appeared virtually via Zoom.

As this was a first for the end client, we were also on hand to film some extra footage they could use to put together a behind-the-scenes video of how the event was staged.

Filming extra content like this is one of several ways to make your live content go even further.