M S O System

Live Video Encoding Services

Many traditional video companies that produce live video aren't equipped to handle live streaming and online video production. M S O System can provide encoding services that range from sending an encoding technician onsite to work with your existing crew to coordinating delivery via satellite or fiber circuits. Our encoding specialists ensure flawless delivery of the video from your point of production to audiences all around the world. Contact M S O System to discuss encoding solutions for your next event.


Distribution and Promotion

The most important part of any live event is making sure you have an audience that shows up and is engaged in your content. For a live streaming webcast, you need your audience to show up at a specific time and spread the word fast. With over 40 million unique monthly visitors, M S O System is the largest destination for watching live video content on the internet and actively promotes that content to our user base.

Do you have specific viewership goals? Want to guarantee that your video content will be seen and is targeted to the right viewers? M S O System can syndicate your live and recorded content to reach millions of people directly in line with your brand's target demographic. Contact us for a custom video syndication plan.

Digital Event Services was born from the demands of the meetings industry for innovative and feature rich ways to raise audience engagement at conference presentations and seminars.

With an ever growing need to find ways to increase and measure the ROI across the industry we decided the time was right to introduce a range of solutions and services specifically aimed at event planners. These provide the resources to create engaging and rewarding conferences and events both nationally and internationally.

Explore the benefits of event webcasting for planners, producers, on-site and online attendees

Realise the benefits of webcasting your next conference or meeting with webcastcloud Event Services. Use hybrid events to reach people who cannot be present, boost exposure for your organisation, sponsor and speakers, and generate a proven return on investment through new revenue streams.

Key Benefits:

1. Take the event to the people who cannot be present
2. Create an online experience that mirrors the live event, complete with interaction between presenter and viewers
3. Reach new audiences online, giving them a taste of what the on-site event is like
4. Increase revenue by selling live or on-demand access online to attendees, or selling webcast sponsorship to exhibitors and sponsors
5. Avoid scheduling conflicts and boost retention as on-site attendees watch sessions on-demand
6. Provide more value for their on-site registration with access to your conference presentation archive
7. Use Q&A to connect your presenters and the audience
8. Increase the flow of information from corporate to the field
9. Reduce the cost of all-hands meetings and sales, product or other corporate training
10. Support green meeting initiatives by eliminating the need for staff travel

What Is On-demand And Live Streaming Media Streaming?

The two types of webcasting are live streaming media and VOD or on-demand streaming media. Both types of webcasting will give a great smooth picture with audio. Live streaming media is the transmission of specially encoded digital content. In many ways, on-demand and live streaming are very similar. Live streaming is the broadcast of an event in real time over the Internet. On-demand streaming is the playback of an archived file that is accessed via a link embedded on a Web page. With on-demand streaming, a website visitor can access a streaming file at any time. In addition, both live streaming and on-demand streaming can be protected so it can not be shared by the use of DRM - Digital Rights Management. Here's a look at the differences between the streaming formats.

On-Demand Webcasting and Streaming

Digital video tape, analog video tape, or digital files on your computer are converted to streaming media files for broadcasting on the net. This is done on your computer and known as encoding. These encoded streaming video files are then uploaded from your computer via FTP to your own account on one of our dedicated streaming servers. You then place a link for the encoded streaming video on your web site. A web surfer clicks on the link for your encoded streaming video. The streamed video is then played broadcasted to the web surfer with smooth crisp streaming content and is available for viewing 24 hours per day!

Live Webcasting and Streaming

An event is captured live with a video camera at it's location The video camera is connected to a computer via a firewire or USB cable. This cable feeds the video signal directly in to computer. The video signal is converted to streaming media files (encoded) on the computer. The encoded feed is then uploaded from the on-site computer to one of our dedicated streaming servers via cable, DSL, or a high-speed internet connection. Our streaming servers then duplicate the feed and send it to all users requesting it in real time video streaming!