Webcasting

 Getting Setup to Webcast using Windows Media Encoder

  • Go to the links and download the software for Team Viewer and Windows Media Encoder
  • Call or send me your Team Viewer login info and I will be able to do most of the set up remotely
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PC Computer with:
  • 1 gig or more ram
  • Dual or quad core (T2130 1.87 dual core works fine)
  • DV (firewire) in or video card with video in
  • Wired network connection dsl or cable
Software:
Audio out from the mixer to connect to the computer:
  • Limiter to help with the peaks
  • Mixer with LR line level outputs (RCA or 1/4″)
  • 3.5 trs to LR (RCA or 1/4″) cable for the the computer input
Video Camera:
  • DV out or Video out
  • DV cable or RCA to RCA
  • Tripod with smooth friction (fluid) head

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If you need  help with this setup or what to use let me know!
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You will be contacted to setup your account and get the link for your Webcast
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Add the webcast link to your web page as a button or menu item
– Watch Live –          
  • Make sure your event times are listed  so people know when the webcast is on
  • To keep archives of the events you will need to upload the files to your server
  • Or another online location
  • You will need the URL and password  to FTP and upload the files
  • The web page will need a menu that lists the events by day or date

NOTE:

  • The Leawo software is used to convert the archive files to mp4 format
  • This will allow video streaming of the services that are saved on the server
  • For viewing on computers and  most mobile devices
NOTE:
  •  iPhone and iPads will not play the live stream of the service
  • The WME  file must be converted to mp4 and uploaded to the server
  • For viewing on these devices….after the service
NOTE:
  • Android phones with a video player like MX Player will play the live stream……
  • It takes awhile to load but it does work
  • Newer Android devices may need  to get this player from the Play Store
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