Lauren

My feedback

  1. 140 votes

    We're glad you're here

    Please sign in to leave feedback

    Signed in as (Sign out)

    We’ll send you updates on this idea

    13 comments  ·  Public » Live Events  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    An error occurred while saving the comment
    Lauren commented  · 

    Based on some very basic research I think there are other methods to embed live stream video on a website, none of which I like so far... (I can't guarantee everything on this list is accurate, I have to double check this myself...)
    Youtube live --> but you supposedly have to monetize add sense (which I don't want to do)
    Facebook live --> but you have to start a video on a public page in order to access the embed option. I want to do private events so this won't work
    Vimeo with the premium plan--> which is $75 a month and you need to buy a year at a time... so $900 to gain access to this feature
    dacast --> $39 for the intro plan and you need to buy a year at a time... so $468 to gain access to embedding
    crowdcast.io --> $29 per month starter price but you only get 50 attendees and pay extra for each additional one and at the starter rate you only get 2 hours and even the highest package only goes up to 6 hours (I need 12 hours)
    I'm sure there are several others...

    I would REALLY PREFER to do this with Teams though. I'm a huge Microsoft fan and use several of the online apps. I only fear if they make this it would somehow require viewers to log in to see the video even if the permissions were totally opened up to the public (please don't do this Microsoft!).

    Lauren supported this idea  · 

Feedback and Knowledge Base