Live streaming of events and in particular wedding ceremonies has never been so relevant with the coronavirus affecting every facet of life at present. A lot of weddings have been called off or postponed due to the virus. And when the restrictions are loosened and small gatherings are permitted again, live streaming is a way to include those from all over the world! Streaming the ceremony or speeches is one solution to this and a Sligo based company Studiorove is on hand to do this for couples across the country. Studiorove offers mobile television studio recording, live streaming and editing services to various industries and individuals including corporate services, government bodies, sporting bodies, arts and heritage, educational bodies, community groups and of course wedding parties. The studio’s innovative design means these services can be offered countrywide including rural areas with minimal infrastructure. The studio is a state of the art 4K multi-camera setup that allows recording of weddings from multiple angles and edit it as events unfold. The edit includes all logos and credits, which are mixed live. It is much like watching a live TV show or as some say the Sunday Mass on RTE. The video feed can be live streamed to websites and social media, which means instant connection with friends and family, who can comment live and relay messages to the couples and guests. The ability to add up to 4 remote presenters to the stream much, like a correspondent on the evening news, is a feature that is very useful for speeches where remote guests can converse with the bridal party in real-time. The stream can be password protected or via a hidden link for privacy. The companies USP are mobility and speed. They can go to anywhere required, setup within an hour and start streaming. With social distancing, reduced numbers at gatherings and people unable to travel due to restrictions and health risks, live streaming is something that will become more of a necessity in the near future. The company founders, Mike and James, believe in this technology and service that they are offering. They have put many years into developing this system and feel it’s important to offer it at a competitive cost. This enables people and groups that may not have been able to budget for them in the past, access these services. Key Features: Instant edit – Studiorove can provide a 5-8 camera edit, directly after recording, which means no edit days in price. Compact and mobile equipment, for easy transport to remote areas. Live streaming with up to 8 cameras in HD quality, for instant social media engagement. Up to 8 4k broadcast-quality cameras, feeds to in house screens and projectors with live graphics. Insertion of prerecorded material. Studiorove can even integrate live drone footage of your venue into the mix. The ability to add up to 4 remote presenters to the stream much like a correspondent on the evening news. All graphics, lower thirds, presentations and titles can be integrated into the broadcast. Lighting, audio, projector and screens available. James Dennison and Michael Guckian | StudioroveAddress: Mulreany Guckian Building, Wine Street, Sligo. F91 TN8CTele: +35387 2590803 or +35386 3424509Email: [email protected]: www.studiorove.ie
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Kelly is a former wedding planner and a lover of anything pink. She believes that any bride can plan her own wedding, with a few tips and helpful tools.