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maclive2013 20th June 2013 14:51

Webcasting In a New Country
 
Hello,
I was wondering if anyone has advice or tips when webcasting in a new country?! I will be travelling from Canada to Bali for a webcasting event and I want to ensure everything runs smoothly. Has anyone had experience webcasting from Bali?


Cheers

mikefys 25th November 2013 06:45

Hi maclive2013,
I've been to bali twice last year and had the opportunity to do a webinar (not through livestream) with about 50 participants and I got good results. It all depends on the quality of your broadband connection, especially upload speed. One thing for sure: try to avoid internet cafe, because their upload speed is always bad.

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makkarcampus 7th May 2014 13:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by maclive2013 (Post 37960)
Hello,
I was wondering if anyone has advice or tips when webcasting in a new country?! I will be travelling from Canada to Bali for a webcasting event and I want to ensure everything runs smoothly. Has anyone had experience webcasting from Bali?


Cheers


i did Once it was gud experience

abnerhawkins 16th July 2014 08:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikefys (Post 39705)
Hi maclive2013,
I've been to bali twice last year and had the opportunity to do a webinar (not through livestream) with about 50 participants and I got good results. It all depends on the quality of your broadband connection, especially upload speed. One thing for sure: try to avoid internet cafe, because their upload speed is always bad.

I'm about it. Broadcasting should be done from private channel. So you can get high speed streaming upload.

maniek90 6th August 2014 05:57

You should get a good connection from bali that provides enough transfer to livestream servers.

I dont know what law is in bali so you should check this too!

Cartermartin 4th September 2014 00:58

Bali
 
No server can allow you live streaming until the good internet connection. So make sure that your internet connection secure and good enough for the live streaming;most of the local laws are accordance with the rules and regulation of the video streaming.


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