In order to maximise the benefits of their webcasts and take advantage of the technologies available a number of organisations create video webcasts.
Video webcasts and video webcasting allows organisations to broadcast a live or recorded video as part of the webcast. This can include head and shoulders videos of the presenters, filming of a discussion in the round and filming of an event.
Video webcasting including filming head and shoulders video of presenters can allow attendees to interact more with the presentation. An event using video webcasting can broadcast a head and shoulders video along with PowerPoint slides and software demonstrations. WorkCast as a video webcasting tool can facilitate these types of video webcasts.
Another form of video webcasting can be allowing the recording of a live debate. This type of video webcasting often requires a number of cameras and therefore a company that specialises in this type of video webcasts. WorkCast are able to work with its extended partner network to provide these types of video webcasting services.
As well as filming events set up specifically as video webcasts WorkCast is also able to provide video webcasting of physical live events. Organisations running large events such as Annual General meetings and conferences often wish to broadcast these as video webcasts so that non attendees are able to view them.
As well as the benefits of live video webcasting WorkCast’s technology solutions also allow the recording of these events. This then allows companies to use this media to run on demand video webcasts at either scheduled times or to make the media available to view anytime. Once a company has this media they are then able to replay it as a scheduled video webcast to which they can invite customers and prospects or have it available to watch on a web-site or intranet.