With our wedding live streaming services, you not only get the most reliable stream on any device around the world, you also get access to our top-of-the-line audio system that ensures that everyone hears every beautiful moment, whether they're in the room or watching from home
We recommend streaming to either YouTube or Facebook, as these platforms will be most accessible to your friends and family. At the same time, we’ll be recording the event on our broadcast quality HD cameras. Because of the network-dependent nature of live streaming, the feed quality is typically 720p, and those watching at home may get a lower quality stream depending on their internet speed. By recording simultaneously, you’ll also have the option to upload a higher quality version of your wedding for later viewing. We understand that these are once-in-a-lifetime events so we like to have a backup recording to give our clients peace of mind.
Arguably one of the most important considerations of a live stream is the speed of your connection. Many weddings, especially in Oregon, are held outdoors in remote (and beautiful) locations, where getting even the most basic signal can be a challenge. You could have the best cameras and audio equipment in the world, but you’d still be at the mercy of a slow internet signal. One of the benefits of working with Portland Event Films is that we use cellular bonding. This allows us to use two different data plans paired together, along with whatever Ethernet and Wi-Fi options are available onsite to create a high-quality signal for your live stream that is always backed up.
All of our live streaming packages come with a multi-camera option. We’ll have production level-cameras to do live audio and video switching during the ceremony. This allows us to switch between close ups and wide shots, as well as cut to another speaker or performer you may have invited to be part of the ceremony. We’ll even coordinate with the celebrant to make sure that we have the best viewing options covered without being in the way. This gives your viewers at home the chance to feel like they are right there with you on your big day.
Wedding live streaming refers to broadcasting a wedding ceremony or reception live over the internet, allowing people who cannot attend in person to still be a part of the celebration.
At locations that do not have a reliable internet source we will use a live view solo that comes with a mobile data plan
Wedding live streaming involves setting up cameras and equipment to capture the wedding ceremony or reception and broadcasting it online using streaming software or platforms like Zoom, YouTube, or Facebook Live.
To live stream a wedding, you will need cameras, microphones, a stable internet connection, streaming software or a streaming platform, and possibly additional lighting or sound equipment.
The cost of wedding live streaming can vary depending on the equipment and software used, the length of the live stream, and the complexity of the setup. Generally, it can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars. Most packages will start at $1495
Yes, most live streaming platforms allow the wedding live stream to be saved and watched later on-demand, giving guests who couldn't attend in real-time the chance to still experience the wedding.
Yes, you can set up your wedding live stream to be private and only accessible to those who have been provided with a unique link or password
Wedding live streaming allows guests who cannot attend the wedding to still be a part of the celebration, it can save on travel expenses, it provides a backup option in case of unexpected circumstances, and it can be a great way to share your wedding with a larger audience
Some tips for a successful wedding live stream include testing your equipment beforehand, having a reliable internet connection, communicating with your streaming team, choosing a good location to set up your equipment, and promoting your live stream ahead of time
If the Internet for whatever reason goes out or stops working we have a backup recording that we will upload online once internet becomes available