Stream your events via video


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In times when numerous events are being cancelled, broadcasting events via video comes more and more to the fore. Read this article to find out how you can broadcast your event to the home office of your participants.

Stream your events via video

We have recently been experiencing it daily: Due to the current spread of health risks, events and congresses are being cancelled for safety reasons. Travel bans are imposed, meetings or lectures are cancelled, employees are sent to home offices, schools are closed. The economic effects are considerable.

How do you still reach your participants and employees, even if they cannot attend your event on site?

"Video" is the solution!

In principle, there are several ways to ensure your collaboration and information exchange via video on-demand or live and thus continue to ensure the productivity of your work. We will show you how our video solutions can help you with this.

On-demand delivery

The easiest way is to film your event and upload the video(s) afterwards into your ViMP video portal. Within a short period of time the event contents are available to your employees or your participants "on-demand".

Of course you can exactly define who is allowed to access which videos, so that internal topics can be provided securely. In addition, you can also easily embed the videos into your existing website.

With this method, your employees or participants can freely choose when they want to watch the video. It is always available to them in the video platform.

Live streaming

Of course you can also stream your event live to all participants. For this you need appropriate equipment on site to capture the stream and make it available.

ViMP can receive this stream and make it available live for your participants.

Please contact us via our contact form or by phone at +49 (0) 89 1200 1020, if you have further questions on this topic. We are happy to advise you and can provide you with appropriate solutions at short notice!


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