Fasano Longevity Conference:
TSCA Basics: Vimeo,
1 Camera with PowerPoints
1 Camera YouTube
Pro Football Hall of Fame:
Multi Camera Live Stream, Live Audience
German Marshall Fund
New Georgia Project
Pull Up For Voting Rights
Multi Camera with PowerPoints
TED x U of Maryland
Multi Camera YouTube
Kiwanis Awards: 1 Camera Hybrid
Live Audience, Virtual Speaker, Zoom
MCAMW: Zoom &
Multi Camera with Remote Speaker
Multi Camera, Facebook
Chairman, JPMorgan Chase
IDESG: 1 Camera
Picture in Picture PowerPoints
NOAA Live Stream
1 Camera, Picture in Picture
UnderArmour Live Stream
Q & A, 2 Cameras
University of Arizona
Webcasting is a powerful way to communicate in today’s workplace.
MTI works with many of the largest streaming media distributors to provide you with the most dependable and cost effective worldwide distribution. This promises you world-class production and encoding commercial free, and privately branded streaming distribution.
Yes, Metro Teleproductions Inc (MTI) has the ability to simultaneously stream to Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, and Twittter as well as create a white-labeled stream that can be embedded on your website. Whenever possible we aim for redundancy to give your audience the choice and for backup purposes in case of failure.
Yes, all of these platforms can be placed on a website.
Yes, depending on which platform you choose.
Analytics can vary, depending on the platform. Some offer the number of views, others get more granular, such as how long they have watched.
Yes, we can display them a multitude of ways. We can create a template where both the slides and the speaker are viewed side-by-side, or view the slides full screen or picture in picture, or any combination thereof. We recommend practicing standard PowerPoint etiquette, avoiding tiny text or very crowded slides.
Yes, we can. It’s important to get us the video ahead of time, if possible. Audio levels can be different from video clip to video clip and they have to be synched up with the level of the actual webcast.
Yes, MTI routinely archives all events that it produces. An MP4 of the event can be sent thru the cloud or the full resolution video can be transferred on site.
Graphics can be switched into the live stream, including a title slate, lower thirds, a “Please Stand By” slate, etc.
Its important in the pre-planning stages to know which of these platforms need to be incorporated into the live event. It is recommended that some type of testing is done prior to the event to make sure everything goes smoothly.
A remote presenter can be incorporated in a variety of ways – Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft, StreamYard, VMix, etc. The best option depends on what you want out of your event in terms of branding, PowerPoints, video, audience participation and Q&A.