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Pricing of Virtual Events (Streaming)

Whats is the cost/rates of live events, streaming, live stream

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Written by Geneviève Bélanger
Updated over a week ago

Are you interested in putting your virtual event on sale with us? This article is dedicated to explaining its pricing. If you have questions about virtual events in general, refer to our main article. 👇

For all virtual events

The regular ticketing fee is applied to online events. See all the details.

For those using as a provider

If you use as a streaming provider, whether your event is paid or not, a broadcasting fee will be billed to you after your event depending on the duration and the quality of video used. The invoicing will be calculated by period of 15 minutes of broadcasting per participant, here is the detail of the pricing:

720p: $ 0.07*
1080p: $ 0.15*
4K: on demand only
(All pricing for 30 fps)

*plus taxes

720p vs 1080p vs 4K

What is the difference in between 720p, 1080p, and 4K?

A 720p television has 1,280 columns and 720 rows of pixels, hence “720p.” Multiply the two numbers for a total of 921,600 pixels. This is the minimum resolution that can be called “high definition,” or HD.
720p is a good quality for most event. It will allows you to broadcast a video with great quality, low cost, and it is easy on your bandwith.

Often, 1080p is referred to as “Full HD.” In a 1080p television, there are 1,920 columns multiplied by 1,080 rows for a total of 2,073,600 pixels — more than twice as many pixels as you’ll find in a 720p screen. 1080p has been the industry standard for high-definition displays, and most content is produced and distributed in 1080p.
Most televisions on sale right now are 1080p. Events interested by 1080p will most likely be ones that focus on image or have a high production quality. 

4K Ultra HD
The next level of HD is 4K — often called “Ultra HD” or UHD. Technically, the name is a bit of a misnomer, because there are 3,840 columns and 2,160 rows of pixels, which is why you’ll occasionally see this resolution referred to as 2160p. That’s a total of 8,294,400 pixels, which is four times as many pixels as a Full HD 1080p display and nine times as many pixels as a 720p display.
This resolution is best used for events for which details are essential and have a customer base that is tech-forward.

These values are the maximum values that the video can have. This means that if one of your customers has a weak internet connection, our solution will automatically provide them with a lower resolution to optimize their experience.

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