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There are two main ways people are connecting online:
Videoconferencing and Livestreaming.
They’re similar, but the differences are important to know when deciding which is right for you.
Live streaming technology lets you watch, create and share videos in real-time, a bit like live TV. All you need to be able to live stream is an internet-enabled device and a platform. Current popular live-streaming apps include Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Instagram Live stories, etc.
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.
Some live streams are public and might be watched by hundreds or even thousands of people.
Video conferencing is an online technology that allows users in different locations to hold face-to-face meetings without having to move to a single location together. This technology is particularly convenient for business users in different cities or even different countries because it saves time, expenses, and hassles associated with business travel.
Videoconferencing uses includes holding routine meetings, organizing seminars/conferences, negotiating business deals, and interviewing job candidates.
The main purpose of video conferencing is to help people connect, regardless of where they’re located.
What Kind of Video Conferencing Equipment is Needed?
- Displays: laptop, desktop monitor, television screen
- Microphones and cameras: built-in microphones and webcams, USB microphones and webcams
- Speakers: built-in computer speaker, external speaker, VoIP (voice over IP) conferencing phone
- Internet Connection: WiFi, Ethernet
- Video Conferencing Software: video conferencing tools and apps
Our Video Production & Livestreaming Service
Elonatech provides professional video production and quality live streaming solutions. we seamlessly integrate multiple camera angles, multi-source input channels into live-streamed events. our professionally switched video will have smooth multi-camera transitions, multimedia integration, and varieties of graphical effects and overlays, including digital watermarks, titling, branding slates, lower-third graphics and sponsor messaging.
Our live streams are delivered on CDN, adaptive bit rates and responsive multi-device player which make people all over the world be able to watch your events live via mobile phones and all internet-enabled devices.
Our Livestreaming service covers the following events: Church’s live service broadcasting, conferences and events live broadcast, rally and campaign broadcast, weddings, birthdays, etc.