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Event Filming 8

Film Event

Whilst on the surface there might seem to be a multitude of ways to film an event, there are in fact specific guidelines that ensure an event can be filmed expertly and cost-effectively, with the minimum of fuss and disruption.

For example, it is important for us to establish if the hotel, venue hall or conference room has the bandwidth to handle your live broadcast. On the occasions where high speed fibre optic is unavailable, or the signal strength cannot be guaranteed throughout, perhaps due to bandwidth traffic or other factors, we are able to source and utilise other broadband solutions. Again it is important that one of our engineers visit the venue at least a week before your event to test the signal strength and at which bit rate would your video content be optimal for broadcast.

Furthermore, if you require some assistance with your event management, you may also be interested in our Event Management training course.

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