live video streaming for marriages
You have decided to live stream your wedding, congratulations!
You took a big step towards including your family and friends in your event and they’ll love it.
It’s no secret that watching a live video can feel a lot more connected and personal than watching something that happened a couple of days ago.
Live streaming your special day allows you to share important moments as they happen, instead of sharing a pre-recorded video when your videographer delivers the final edit. We love wedding videos but a 3-month delivery isn’t acceptable anymore.
Differences between a Wedding Video and a Wedding Live Stream
For starters, the quality of the video during live streams is usually a little lower than a pre-recorded video. The reason for this is that it’s being recorded at the same time it’s being broadcasted.
That being said, while watching on your TV or laptop the difference is so negligible that most people wouldn’t notice.
Assuming the internet connection is good enough, the live stream quality from today’s phones is better than professional cameras from a few years ago.
So.. do you need a professional camera to live stream your wedding day?
Does your videographer need a professional camera to record and edit your day? Yes, he does.
You could hire a professional videographer to live stream your wedding, but at Mslive we simplified the live streaming process so much that any family member with a phone and a tripod can do this for you.
How to verify the video quality of your live stream
Once you have the Mslive app installed on your phone, all you need to do is run a test (or multiple, since they’re free).
Here are my recommendations to run a successful live streaming test:
- Test on location: It is recommended to try your internet connection at the venue or location where the wedding will take place.
- Test using LTE / 4G: If you have access to a mobile data plan, test that one first. The reason for this is that if you test using WiFi and then 20 other people connect to the same network on the wedding day, the speed might decrease.
- Test using WiFi: Your distance from the WiFi source can affect the speed of your internet connection. If you test using WiFi and the ceremony location moves, you might need a mobile data plan.
Once you verified the quality of your live stream, it’s good to verify the sound too. If you’re having problems with it, we also wrote a little guide on how to fix common audio live streaming problems.
How to improve video quality during your wedding live stream:
Remember that it’s your wedding day, so you will designate someone else to do this for you.
It could be a cousin or a friend, but you want them to have access to this, so feel free to share this blog post with them, or our full guide on how to live stream a wedding.
A couple of things you should know about improving your video:
- The biggest impact on your video quality will come from improving your internet connection.
- The video quality of your live stream is only as good as your video source (your phone or device).
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