8 Simple Steps to get Your Stream Started
Limited budgets, scheduling conflicts, capacity limitations, social distancing restrictions: all valid reasons for why you might be looking into virtual weddings, and how to livestream your wedding for your loved ones to be present. With the Covid-19 pandemic, the Zoom wedding has become a common alternative, but you may be surprised to know that there are better ways to share your virtual wedding ceremony to optimize the guests’ experience. If you’re ready to learn the ins and outs of wedding streaming, read on!
Wedding photos and videos are great for those who can’t make it to see what happened after the fact. But that’s just the issue - it’s after the fact. And while meeting apps like Zoom, Facetime, Google Hangouts, and Google Meet offer guest interactivity, the overall guest feedback is that it’s a very distracting way to experience the wedding.
The next best thing? Send your guests a live streaming wedding invitation!
Creating a polished looking live stream wedding without the help of a professional video team is easier and more affordable than you may think. Here are 8 steps to wedding live streaming with Airmix, our iOS streaming app.
- Find a tech-savvy volunteer
- Set aside an iPad
- Download Airmix
- Choose your platform
- Check the internet connection
- Test, test, test!
- Set up a good angle
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