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Vision Switcher Hire

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Live streaming or even filming an event with multiple cameras is much easier when using a vision switcher machine. From past experiences, we have found using the switcher enables you too cut from an out of focus or range camera angle to a camera in focus capturing what is happening during the event. By using the vision switcher machine, this

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How to livestream on Twitch

Twitch is the world leader in online game streaming. Bringing together game streamers and viewers into one social platform. There are two common options for game streamers. Game and Stream from a single computer, or use two separate computers. We will show you some options for both. Option 1: Single system First things first is to download OBS. This is

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#1 Video Camera Hire in Australia

Looking to hire a video camera? We have a good range of broadcasting cameras that will make your event look and sound professional like a television production.  Plus, by using quality equipment, this makes your video enjoyable to watch and this is only achieved by using quality high definition cameras and professional audio equipment, making the vision crystal clear and

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Teradek unveils next generation 4K Bolt

Teradek has announced the Teradek Bolt 4K at NAB 2019. This new and improved model boasts at 2160p60 HDR video transmission at up to 1500ft of range for the larger model. Teradek say they have increased the signal performance by 8x in order to achieve the new extended range and 4K transmission. The new Bolt also has AES-256 encryption and

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How to live stream on YouTube

Generally when hosting a live stream, Go Live Australia creates a production, then sends the event feed to a live stream server we are partnered with, and the platform creates a media player that can be embedded on the client’s site or social media platform of their choice.  The benefit of this media player we use is, that it is

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TwitterAU Go Live #AusVotes 2019

On the 5th of February, Twitter held a live Q and A with their in-house and online audience at the central Twitter headquarters in Sydney. The purpose of the live streaming event was for political journalists to discuss  current politicians campaign strategies, before the election in July. The journalist view on the campaigns was mixed and personnel depending on their

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DIY Live Streaming

Individuals, organizations or aspiring live streamers sometimes Live stream themselves, to either save money or think hosting their live stream will be as good as a professional Live stream provider like go live Australia.   Unfortunately, this is not the case, because generally, the equipment that is used by the aspiring live streamers is not professional equipment or even sufficient

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We now hire professional camera’s and live streaming equipment

If you have a future event that requires audio and visual equipment for one day or a short period of time. Instead of outlaying thousands of dollars on the equipment, you may only use once or a couple of times, then blowing the budget on your event. It makes more sense to hire a commercial grade camera and audio equipment

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Good practices to implement before you live stream your event.

We find when clients hold their first live stream event, the planning process and all the technical lingo that goes with the live production can be overwhelming for the client. This blog will explain some of the technical jargon and overwhelming situations you may be nervous about when Live streaming your event and what we can do to reduce the

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The truth about Live webcasting

Live webcasting is a growing trend…. Don’t believe us? Statistics don’t lie, check-out the fascinating statistics compiled by which we have outlined below – enjoy the read J Did you know more than 80% of Internet and mobile audiences watched more live video in 2016 as compared to 2015 and streaming video accounts for over two-thirds of all Internet

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