Attention all broadcasters!
We are excited to present to our broadcasters a completely flexible and affordable solution for LIVE VIDEO WEBCASTING that's easy to use and supports streaming to all PCs, Macs, mobile phones, and televisions!
Flat Usage Rates! Our webcast rates are unique in that they do not scale up or down based on the number of viewers. Whether there are 10 or 1000 viewers, you will never be surprised with an overage charge! Reasonable, straightforward, and predictable rates.
We've visually refreshed our HTML embed codes so that you can now embed the full webcast window on your own website! You can also get the code using the MORE button on your homepage.
Click here to see some live examples!
Flash-Based Webcasts! We support H.264+AAC live webcast streams which enables us to stream to a wide variety of devices including PCs, Macs, Roku, Apple, Chromecast TV, and mobile phones like the iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and a plethora of mobile platforms at no additional cost.
Push notification of live webcast events is supported! You'll be notifed via a visible "badge" counter on the app itself will reflect the number of webcasts in progress.
Multi-Bitrate Support! Additionally, for flash-based webcasts, we now support multi-bitrate streams so that you can send up to 3 separate bitrates (low, medium, high) to cover a variety of connection speeds, from broadband to mobile to dialup!
New Auto Audio-Only! For all video webcasts, we automatically produce an additional audio-only stream available on the player and on the iPhone+iPad app! This is ideal for clients with low-bandwidth situations or on cell networks.
Live Webcast Player! The webcast player is flash-based for no-hassle playback and it supports both 16:9 and 4:3 video sizes. Select from the available bitrates and even your church's welcome video. An alternate firewall link is supported.
Anyone in the world can listen and participate in your church's complete services in real-time, week-by-week! Open the doors of your church's services to the world. Give visitors a chance to observe what your church is like before they take a step inside!
Real-time statistics and site-wide exposure!
We've made it easy to see how many listeners have tuned-in to your webcast. We not only display the "drop-in" isteners, but the peak concurrent listeners as well. Think of the analogy of visitors walking in through your church doors vs. the maximum number who stay at any given point. For maximum exposure, when a live webcast is in progress, a red box is prominently shown at the top of each page.
Also, you'll receive a webcast PDF report every month that shows all webcast sessions for that month, the concurrent and total number of listeners, and what general geographic area people were listening from!
We've made it super-easy to turn ON and OFF the live feed at any time. Simply start the webcast encoder on your PC and we'll take care of the rest! Notifications. Twitter. Lighting up red on your homepage and all mobile apps!
Live stream to mobile devices! Our webcasting solution automatically makes your stream available to a multitude of mobile devices including the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, and ROKU and Apple TV, Chromecast TV and even your own Church Apps.
You can post weblogs or events with a special webcast flag to help listeners be aware of upcoming webcasts. These are displayed separately in the Live Webcasts section. In addition, you can use the easy-to-use schedule editor (EDIT link on homepage) to indicate recurring weekly webcasts.
Using our Notification Manager or Twitter Integration interested users can be immediately notified when a live webcast is currently in progress by any of your favorite broadcasters. Never miss a webcast again!
For more information about this service (including pricing information) and a step-by-step guide on how to webcast on SermonAudio, click here now. If you are already a broadcasting member of SermonAudio, please log into the Members Area and take a look in the "Personal Info" section for some additional information.
Click here to get started on how to webcast!