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A Webcast is a live broadcast of audio or video over the Internet. A webcast can range from a single camera or audio stream to three cameras with live angle changes. Your audience can watch your event in real time on the web. Please contact us 2 weeks prior to your event to discuss equipment needed, the event schedule, and the experience you want to create for your audience.
What happens after the Webcast? Your Webcast is saved in a Windows Media Video (WMV) format. We can copy this to a CD or DVD (supplied by you) or we can upload it to our streaming on-demand server. A list of our available webcasts can be found here.
If you have a clip of video you want to make available to your class or coworkers at their leisure, we can make digital video files available on UB’s streaming video server on an on-demand basis. We can upload the archive of your live webcast, or convert your analogue video to a digital format and upload it, then supply you with a link to the video on the web. Some limitations apply; see details and pricing.
Podcasts are a popular method for sharing video and/or audio online. Typically they are produced on a regular schedule and users subscribe to them. Podcasts can be played on your computer, transferred to your MP3 player, or subscribed to so your web browser updates content automatically as it becomes available.
Podcasting services are available for UB classes, offices and student organizations.
Pricing for the online video services are variable. We will identify all fees before scheduling your event.