Livestreaming Modules

When setting up your virtual stage or specific session pages, you would need to add any of the following livestreaming modules so that your online audience can consume your digital content on the day of your virtual event:
  • YOUTUBE 2.0
  • ZOOM 2.0
  • VANCAST 2.0
  • SLIDO 2.0
Most of the modules are within the Advanced section except for the YOUTUBE 2.0 module which you'll find within Ready Designs -> Video:
Let us explore each module so that you would know what to do to make the livestreaming work.


For the Vimeo module, you would need to provide the Vimeo link within the Add content tab:


For the YouTube module, you would need to provide the YouTube link within the Add content tab:

ZOOM 2.0

For the Zoom module, you would need to provide the Meeting ID and Passcode within the Content tab:
Here's an example meeting ID and passcode for a Zoom meeting:


For Vancast, you would need to provide the Vancast link, secret key and public key within the Content tab:


For Slido, you would need to provide the Slido link within the Add content tab:
Take note that you can add livestreaming directly into Slido and this would automatically appear within the EventsCase page where the Slido module is added. Within your Slido event settings, go to Integrations where you can add an embed code for YouTube Live, Facebook Live, or Vimeo:


The LIVE INTERACTION module aims to offer interactive tools apart from your livestreaming. Specifically, it allows event organisers to run chats, live polls, and Q&A.
In terms of adding livestreaming to this module, you have the option to add YouTube and Slido as seen on the screenshot below. Other embed codes/iframes (Custom Content) can be incorporated to this module, but you would need a support and development package in order for our tech team to analyse and implement the code.
Live Interaction elements (chats, live polls and Q&A) can also be enabled directly in all of the video web modules discussed in this section (YouTube 2.0, Vimeo 2.0, Zoom 2.0, Slido 2.0, Vancast 2.0 and EventsCase Streaming (RTMP)


Last but not the least, EventsCase has its own livestreaming module that works through RTMP protocol. Whichever platform you're using that broadcasts digital content via RTMP, you would simply need to copy the data provided within the Content tab to the RTMP settings of the external streaming provider:
Once you start your livestreaming, it will automatically get transmitted through the website module.
There may be livestreaming latency (delay) of up to 15 seconds when using EventsCase's RTMP module. You would need to consider this if there's audience interaction.