I livestream a weekly meeting using Switchboard live to send video to Facebook to share with the internet audience. Now I want to share the video through GoToWebinar. I need to know what GoToWebinar's contribtuion options are, and if it's a closed network or an open one.
I'd be grateful if someone could advise me on the process of sharing our live events to a webinar audience via Switchboard live.
GoToWebinar Video Sharing typically will be compatible with MP4 files if your plan is to use your own recordings during a live webinar. All broadcasts are 'closed' in the sense that we're not directly monitoring or recording your session without your explicit permission. There are several security features you may utilize if you wish to restrict attendee access, such as theRegistration Approval system, and event passwords
I cannot personally speak about any Switchboard integrations, though we do have a full list of active integration options here: https://www.gotomeeting.com/integration-marketplace
I have a variation on this question.
We are using openEDx (or however they capitalize it) as the LMS, and using GTW for the webinars that support our academy attendees.
What would be most awesome is to either have a true integration between the two, single signup for one and triggers the other, or to be able to control access to the webinars signup/access/livewebinars INSIDE the html of our academy.
The problem we have is that URL for the webinars gets passed around and grows distinctly from the invited attendees. Yes, you will say, we can set the webinar to only allow people we approve, but at 400-1000 per webinar series, this is prohibitively manual in nature.
Interested in hosting some webinars. Would like people to view it live, as an embed through a page on our website. Possible????
If not the live webinar, then we'd still like to offer viewing of past (recorded gotowebinar) sessions via an embed on a web page. Would that work?
Any and all input and suggestions are greatly appreciated.
I'd like to make a feature request/suggestion.
Stream live to Facebook Live and YouTube Live like Zoom Does.