Weddings are one of several happy occasions that bring loved ones together to celebrate. Don’t you agree?  I do!  Sometimes, not everyone can make it – be it for medical, work or travel related reasons. This doesn’t mean that family or friends unable to attend have to miss out!





With professional WebCasting Services and TriCaster technology, they too can have a view from the front seat, as it were, on their computers and smartphones. The big day can even be Live Streamed from a location with no internet connection!

American Movie Company’s experienced TriCaster operators are able to WebCast to any online platform. Want to Live Stream your wedding to your own site? No problem! By providing the operator with certain administrative rights to the site, he/she can easily set up a Live Stream to it. Don’t have a website? No problem either! American Movie Company can provide you with a number of WebCasting platform suggestions and/or build a website for you.

TriCasters are typically used for WebCasting events. They make the post-production process much easier via live compositing for green screen studio shoots. Essentially, the TriCaster operator connects the box to the cameras filming the scene. The connection sends camera feeds to a “command center” computer where the operator controls the Live Stream by switching between different camera views. This allows viewers to experience the wedding from all the best angles!

4G bonded cellular services allows for events to be Live Streamed from any location, even if there is no access to internet (to reiterate) – so, barn and beach weddings aren’t excluded from the opportunity to be WebCast.

The TriCaster contains the technology of several pieces of equipment in one box. It not only broadcasts events to the web in real time, it also enables control over who can view the WebCast! The audience can be a few people with access to the content with a special password, or the whole world! After the event, the operator provides the client with footage of the Live Stream so it can still be viewed once off-the-air.

For lulls in the event when the cameras are down (such as when the newlywed couple travels from the altar to the reception), viewers streaming content can view slideshows and other content. Simply provide the operator with any images, videos and interactive content, and they will automatically be WebCast when cameras aren’t rolling throughout the wedding.


Parm Girn, Producer, Writer at American Movie Company

Parm Girn, Producer, Writer at American Movie Company

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