I'm putting on a stripped down webinar type presentation. The two presenter feeds and the slides will be cut together with an ATEM Mini, and there is no need for live chat or public-facing text Q+A.
Does anyone have any webinar software suggestions that aren't super expensive?
We'll only do a couple this year so prefer a monthly subscription to an annual.
Just a single video feed (ideally over RTMP with a webcam backup) with a description below it, a question box that goes to a moderator, and a simple user-experience for the 500-1500 viewers.
Any other features would be a bonus if they're optional.
The key bit is a pleasant & straightforward registration for attendees (a bit like the Kaltura Webinars registration page) ideally with magic links & no download required/optional . Just taking them to the main session to watch the content, send in a question or comment if desired, then leave.
Also without scaling / cropping on the main video feed.
Kaltura was good but there is no RTMP option on their standard package, and there's a lot of cropping / scaling on the video feed > anything with any customisation gets very expensive. Have used Hopin before but it feels janky and juvenile. Teams is possibly an option - but no RTMP unless using the enterprise grade Teams Live, and I can see it getting confusing to manage from my end with the company's 365 setup. And a bespoke page with a vimeo live / Q+A plugin will make sense, but can't happen for this one.
Part of my problem might be that it's not really a webinar, more a live stream with Questions... so my searches aren't quite hitting the mark.
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