LIVE STREAMING SINGAPORE
Popular Live Streaming Types
Be it a full-blown keynote or a message to the team, get in touch with your employees wherever they are. Corporate live streams are a great way to reach and interact with people through live chats both internal and externally.
Reach more people online by live streaming your event. This can be your live Q&A, concert, or anything in-between.
Take your lessons online, reach your students from the comfort of their homes. With the ability to share slides to the screens of your viewers, this proves to be a great way to enrich your classes.
Do you have something to tell your audience? Maybe you’re organising a live personal coaching or yoga session? Get in touch with us to find out how you can get yourself started.
Live Streaming Singapore Services
Compact live streaming solutions ranging from small to medium sized productions for businesses in Singapore
- Multi-camera and audio set-up
- Professional lighting
Where can you broadcast your stream?
Facebook Live, Youtube, Vimeo, Twitch, Google meets, Skype, Zoom.
Anywhere that you can link a webcam to is possible.
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Frequently Asked Questions for Live Streaming
A live stream is a video which will be recorded via a camera (broadcast camera, phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop) and broadcasted at the same time via Internet, a bit like live TV.
Some live streams can be private though.
Live streaming is when the streamed video is sent over the Internet in real time, without first being recorded and stored. Today, TV broadcasts, video game streams, and social media video can all be live-streamed.
In the former, the content is created beforehand, stored, and then relayed to the audience.
You have a whole range of possibilities!
From live webinars to a “behind the scenes” tour of your workplace (showing your company or how your product is made, by whom…), by the way of an interview with a special guest (expert, VIP, celebrity…), it can also include a Q&A session to interact with your audience.
A livestream is a special event, so make sure it is worth watching, with great content to share: amazing news, business announcements, a big company event… so your customers get to see all the excitement of the event itself from the comfort of their own phones.
A live video stream is an exciting challenge and is more engaging to the audience. People tend to interact more with brands compared to on-demand video thanks to the Q&A and messaging tools. Live streaming for business on a regular basis can build a loyal following and increase demand for your products, services and events.
It’s a great way to communicate and attract potential customers.
Content and Design
Yes, you have the ability to design and transform a space into a digital and virtual set using animations and motion graphics.
FewStones can help realise it, providing you with the green screen, lights and creating the background.
As long as all your assets are ready and within easy reach for D-Day, we can broadcast videos such as a countdown, an introduction video, logos, lower-thirds, presentation slides or photos.
Feel free to get in touch with us should you need help in creating these assets.
We can provide all the broadcast gear needed to allow a smooth and quality live streaming session:
– Video switcher
– Screen to display the live, the countdown and the Questions & Answers to the guests
– Microphones, lapel mics for a clear audio
– A video encoder (which means the software that packages real-time video and sends it to the Internet) adjusted to your needs to live stream
– Scripting services
– Make up services if requested
A streaming destination (where your live video will become available online, like your website, YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook Live) and a stable Internet connection (to make sure your stream doesn’t freeze, buffer, or drop off entirely) will be needed.
Depending on what you would like to stream, fewStones can help you create a plan beforehand.
We do recommend starting off with an idea: what will be the main goal and message of your live stream? Do you need special participation from your audience? Which contributors would you like to invite?
Depending on your brand’s age group target, you will need to select the specific platform which matches best with your audience.
Reflect on the following: how many people will be attending? Do you want to invite a special guest? Would you prefer a professional indoor set or outdoors? All these choices need to reflect your brand and message.
They will also be a good base to start contacting your guest speakers, rent a set and contact people who can help you.
Use your network, website and social media platforms in advance to advertise and promote your content.
Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse. The more comfortable you feel with the outline, the smoother the flow.
If you need any support, we are here to help!
We will also assist you during the rehearsal, giving you some guidance for you to feel comfortable and ready to go live!
Audience and Contributors
As many as you want! Depending on your needs, the number of speakers you can have on a live stream is endless.
When you livestream, you can see how your stream performs in your engagement analytics. You can discover how many viewers are watching you stream throughout your video.
You can also find out how many messages viewers sent in your live chat.
The faces of the audience cannot be seen though.
Detailed post-event data can be available to analyse your audience behaviour and feedback throughout your livestream.
Some hosting websites such as Youtube, provide additional details and statistics.
You can ask them to share messages such as stories or questions in real time and engage with them via a Q&A session or even via polling. Depending on the platform used, audience interaction varies.
Live streamers will be able to see their reactions via a screen placed in front of them.
Delays can occur, yes, but they are often a few seconds only. This is something we can measure and adjust during the rehearsal phase.
Each participant can be given a secured login.
Yes, various platforms can be used at the same time to expand your audience. Make sure you have some moderators on each platform, helping you find the best questions and comments.
After the Livestream
Yes. For archive purposes or for those who missed your livestream, they can have a second chance, as you will be able to download the full video file of your livestream and upload it for streaming on your own platform later on.