Event Recording


Managing in-person, hybrid and virtual Conferences and Events


After months of planning and preparation for your conference or event, the date arrives and then, in a blink of an eye, the event is suddenly over!

Professionally record your conference and the content can be used for ongoing education purposes, PR for your organisation, promotion of your next event, etc.

Given COVID-19 and the ongoing uncertainty surrounding in-person events, let us help you deliver your:

  • Hybrid Event

or blended events, offer a mix of face-to-face and virtual experiences simultaneously. You compliment your face-to-face, on-site, physical event with viewing over the web, both live and on-demand. The result is a hybrid event, conference or meeting that serves two audiences: those who could not attend the physical event and those who attended but want to review sessions they may have missed.

  • Live Webcasting & Virtual Events

Webcasting is an exciting way to share your event with people who can’t be there in person. Anyone with an internet connection can see everything that goes on at your event, whether they are across town, across the country, or on the other side of the world. The best part is they don’t even have to wait for the event to be over and recorded. They can watch it live as it happens.

  • On-demand Webcasting

The event is captured, edited and hosted so that viewers can watch it back ‘on-demand’ after the event.

  • Photography

Professional, high resolution, digital photos. These can be loaded onto a web page providing ‘an on-line album’ for viewing and downloading after the event and as a valuable resource for future conference, event advertising, media releases etc.

  • Professional, Digital Videography

Conference and event content can be filmed and subsequently edited for YouTube for publication on your YouTube channel. This enables delegates to review elements of the Conference or Event afterwards. Material can be edited on site to specially selected music, which compliments your theme and played back to the group at the end of the conference and/or subsequently supplied to each guest on DVD as a keepsake of the event.