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Live streaming to internal, remote and external locations

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In this presentation, we review the details and high level networking infrastructure for delivering live video content to internal, remote and external audiences. When it comes to leveraging a local area network for delivering live streaming and where the cloud comes into play. Enjoy!

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Live streaming to internal, remote and external locations

  1. 1. Live Streaming to Internal, Remote and External Locations A PTZOptics Live Presentation
  2. 2. What you will find in this guide 1. High Level Networking Concepts 2. Working with Internal, Remote and External Audiences 3. How to manage your content and data for local, hosted and remote production 4. Best practices for creating easily shareable, internal videos 5. The benefits of collaborative learning and improved knowledge sharing 6. Improving Company Wide Corporate Learning 7. Example Use Cases a. Facebook Workplace b. Slack c. Google for Business
  3. 3. ISP → MODEM → Router Network SwitchNetwork Switch Audio Visual VLAN Guest WiFi Hardwired Devices Internal WiFi Cameras Other AV Devices Computers Printers Wireless Devices BIG Picture Network Topology Firewall
  4. 4. Content Delivery Locations Internal Organization
  5. 5. Inside your network vs outside your network Internal Organization Internal video content versus Publically available content.
  6. 6. Router / ISP Network SwitchNetwork Switch Audio Visual VLAN Guest WiFi Hardwired Devices Internal WiFi Cameras Live Stream Encoder Computers Printers Wireless Devices BIG Picture Network Topology Firewall Cloud Services YouTube Facebook, Akamai
  7. 7. Cloud Based Delivery Method Internal Organization Cloud Services YouTube Facebook, Akamai All locations receive video from the cloud. Latency can be from 2- 60 seconds depending on the public internet.
  8. 8. Hybrid Approach / Multicast LAN and Cloud Service Internal Organization Cloud Services YouTube Facebook, Akamai All locations receive video from the cloud. Latency can be from 2- 60 seconds depending on the network / public internet. LAN (Local Area Network)
  9. 9. Creating a Plan How often does your organization generate new content or data via video? It’s common for businesses to review data once a week, month or once a quarter. How can your message be presented in a way that your organization can take action on?
  10. 10. Organize your Message Organize your message. Do you need to break out certain graphs to show more detail? What are the takeaways? Consider the conclusions you are going to draw during your presentation. Is there supporting media or physical objects that can help tell your story?
  11. 11. Create Video Video Production Studio Data / Video Organization Content Delivery / Collaboration / Engagement Organization on Shared Internal Network Share & Collaborate Do you have a video production studio? Do you have an underutilized conference space?
  12. 12. Create Video Video Production Studio Data / Video Organization Content Delivery / Collaboration / Engagement Organization on Shared Internal Network Share & Collaborate Small Business Layout - Google Drive & Slack or even Dropbox
  13. 13. Media & Data Organization Consider media organization. Will the data and video presentation be stored on a shared drive such as Google Drive or Microsoft SharePoint? Perhaps you want to share supporting documents or the raw data for your team?
  14. 14. Call your team to action Consider collaboration & call to action items that push the conversation forward. Do you want to prompt collaboration on Slack? Do you want to request feedback via email?
  15. 15. Create a workflow Create a template for easy video reproduction. Where is your content coming from? Do you need an intro video? Are there supporting video assets to help display your message? Download our video asset jump start kit here.
  16. 16. Ideas for Successful Video Production Charts, Graphs and Powerpoint presentations are great. But try striking a balance between charts/slides and real products. If you have an app, zoom into the app and share the latest feature. If you sell a product, zoom into the product and share it’s look and feel. Actual Product / Real People Data Visualization
  17. 17. Engage the Audience Consider ways to engage your audience and increase viewer retention. How about hosting live trivia? Share a leaderboard for sales and/or other data...
  18. 18. Ideas for Successful Video Production If you can make your presentation entertaining it will increase viewer retention. Consider striking a balance between information and entertainment. EntertainingInformative
  19. 19. Understand your tools 1. Data Visualization a. Excel b. Google Sheets 2. Video Production a. Live Video Production Software b. Recorded Video Software 3. Hardware a. Cameras b. Microphones c. Lights 4. Collaboration/Distribution a. Microsoft Sharepoint b. Google Drive c. Slack d. Facebook Workplace
  20. 20. Enhance Additional Benefits 1. Increase Transparency 2. Increase perceived access to CEO and/or other top executives through video 3. Allows top executives to reach out to remote offices and remote employees much more easily so they are now connected 4. Improving communication efficiency 5. Data organization benefits 6. Crowdsourcing of ideas 7. Community involvement 8. Immerses all levels and departments in company goals
  21. 21. Measuring the Pulse of your Business & Results Factual information can provide the basis for productive discussion and decision-making. Once you have tracked your business data for a while you will be able to uncover patterns and trends to predict the future. Create a Scorecard. Reach the point where everyone in your organization has a number, a meaningful, manageable measurable. This will provide clear direction to your team and increase productivity. Anything that is measured and watched is improved.
  22. 22. Bonus Tool! The touch screen used here is a Windows Tablet with an i5 processor. We suggest running Panam Telestration or NewTek Telestrator on to integrate the telestration into your video production. For our video we used vMix to create multi- camera video production.
  23. 23. Sharing Information is Good for Business
  24. 24. Interested in learning more? Make your top executives look professional by building a sharp looking background that supports your brand. Download our free guide to building an in-house video production studio. http://ptzoptics.com/landing/building- a-studio.html

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