How To Livestream Your Wedding During COVID
Virtual Event Company - If you're planning to get married this year, it may be a lot harder than it seems especially when you're getting hitched amid an ongoing global pandemic that's halted the world in its tracks. But it's not all doom and gloom; with the advent of Zoom and Skype in recent years, livestreaming has become a technological phenomenon and the go-to alternative for many a virtual event company in the face of COVID-19. So, it's time to plan the biggest day of your life and go live on air with some of our top tips and tricks right here:
Make sure your Internet connection is strong
First things first, before you start livestreaming your wedding to all your guests it's important to check if your internet connection is solid and not susceptible to any sort of signal attenuation or interference of any kind. Make sure to get in touch with your ISP (internet provider) to ascertain how much bandwidth is needed to stream an event to a large number of people; alternatively, you can coordinate with the virtual event company organizing your wedding to determine which ISP can provide you with the best possible Internet connection to ensure your wedding goes off without a hitch.
Pick out the right streaming tool for the job
There are quite a number of streaming services that are readily available at your fingertips; popular streaming platforms for your consideration include Zoom and Skype, and then there are alternative choices such as Facebook Live, Youtube, Twitch and Google Hangouts for instance. If you're unsure of which streaming service is the right one for you, discuss with your chosen virtual event company on which one would be best for livestreaming your wedding.
Soundchecks are mandatory
Unless you want your wedding to turn out like a silent film from the 1920's, it is absolutely imperative that you and your handpicked virtual event company do thorough soundchecks to ensure the audio quality is at an optimal standard throughout the livestream. There are a few ways to help optimize the sound quality; for example, you could have external mics fed into the corresponding devices used for the livestream to ensure that the guests can hear you and your partners exchanging vows as clear as day.
Go for a multi-camera setup
To take your wedding up a notch and make it a little more robust and cinematic, a multi-camera setup could be utilized to give your special day a little more flair and pizzazz. If you're unsure of how to make use of the multi-camera tactic, your virtual event company will step in to help you with this elaborate set up and may even alleviate the additional costs of having more cameras for the livestream if necessary.
Get interactive with your guests
While your guests may not be with you in person, livestreaming your wedding to them ensures they bear witness to the happiest day of your life! However, turn it up a notch and have them interact more intimately to the proceedings by having your virtual event company have a microphone and TV monitor hooked up to the current setup so your guests can engage directly with the bride and groom throughout the livestream. Just because the ongoing pandemic has put a damper on most things at the moment doesn't mean the end of the world, so make your wedding livestream truly a memorable occasion that no one will ever forget.
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