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Why Live Stream

Helping to keep families connected

Family and friends watch remotely

As the coronavirus situation escalated, the guidance is that attendance at wedding services were limited to the closest family members to avoid large gatherings that may exacerbate the spread of the virus. Physical separation is now more important than ever, to protect our loved ones who are at risk and to protect funeral directors and crematorium and cemetery staff, who have been rightly identified by the government as key workers during this pandemic.

Although live streaming our life momentst feels unfamiliar and maybe a little impersonal, the technology is in place and provides a risk-free alternative to social gatherings.

What is live streaming?

Live streaming is the real-time upload of filmed content, of the wedding service and use 4G mobile bonded internet to broadcast live.

Unlike many public video streams, Wedding live streams are kept private, using secure login and password pages to restrict access. Details are then shared only with invited guests to ensure that your loved one’s service remains as private as you want it to be.

An additional benefit to live streaming is that the service can be recorded at the same time. This means that if people are unavailable at the time of the service, or if they have a poor internet connection, they can watch after the wedding. Many live streaming services hold broadcast recordings for a time, meaning they can be viewed in the future.

We usually live stream over a 4G Mobile connection, we do use the latest in mobile bonding technology to achieve maximum up-time. If there were to be an interruption to the wedding live stream, We always record the video locally at the venue and can upload the content immediately after the service to the private video link.