Stream virtual conferences

How to stream virtual conferences and conventions to multiple destinations?

Simulcasting gives you the freedom to stream to all the popular platforms of your audience  – at the same time.  No need to compromise on streaming destinations. Just go where your audience is. 

Stream virtual conferences via social media, embed it on your corporate site or anywhere else your audience is watching. You want to reach your viewers, who are all scattered on various platforms? mimoLive makes it easy to cross-promote your stream on Facebook, YouTube, and any custom RTMP service you want to stream to. 

mimoLive is the perfect software tool for professional live video and streaming: 

Simulcast streaming destinations

How to run and stream virtual conferences?

A stream from our CEO

Oliver Breidenbach, the CEO of Boinx Software, periodically broadcast live video streams. He experiences firsthand what it means to run rich and comprehensive live shows. He uses this fieldwork to push mimoLive to the limits and beyond. 

This video gives you a behind-the-scenes tour of a nine-hour long virtual conference, held in mid-2020 by the German Speaker Association.

Equipment list of this live production:

  • Apple iMac Pro 10 Core, 3 GHz, 64GB RAM, Radeon Pro Vega 64
  • mimoLive™
  • Vimeo Pro
  • Apple iPad as Remote Control for mimoLive
  • Blackmagic Design DeckLink Duo 2 SDI card (8 SDI in/out)
  • Sonnet Echo Express SE1 TB3 PCIe Expansion Box
  • PTZ Camera: Lumens VC-A50PN NDI Camera 
  • 5x SDI Camera
  • Magewell Pro Convert
  • Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 Audio Interface
  • Blackmagic Ultrastudio 4K mini
  • Teleprompter confidence monitor
  • Ubiquiti Networks 8-Port UniFi Switch

How to use mimoLive for zoom meetings and other video applications?

In this video, you learn how to use the virtual camera feature of mimoLive. You can use mimoLive to add logos, watermarks, lower thirds, screen sharing or change the background for zoom meetings.

The virtual camera feature allows mimoLive output to behave as a webcam that is connected virtually to your Mac. You can send your edited live video from mimoLive to other applications and conferencing systems which normally take your webcam as a video input. 

To use mimoLive and Microsoft Team, please read this article.