During the pandemic period all the events we could previously participate in person, were available online only. And although the worse is now gone, many companies or institutions have noticed the hidden potential of such a form of access. For instance, you can reach the viewers, who due to the travel and/or accomodation costs normally would not participate. And this opportunity is more frequently used resulting that the number of live streams is still growing. So, what can you do to distinguish yourself in this crowd?


The answer is obvious, it’s the value and quality of the message. And while the former must be taken care of by the broadcaster himself, the training, presentation or other event simply must arouse interest, the latter issue can be handled with pleasure by Kaktus.studio. The sound recorded by professional microphones and the nicely lit and mixed image on a special panel, transmitted from several cameras and supplemented with additional materials in the form of presentations, photos or videos, are perceived differently. It is also possible to participate remote guests, the use of the so-called. green screen, preparation of a dedicated graphic design and more!

Live stream includes the usage of:

  • at least two cameras (Sony A7SIII and Sony A7IV, possibility of renting another ones) on video tripods with the operator/s (optional use of a motorized slider),
  • sets of lights with softboxes,
  • Rode and Sennheiser microphones with the wireless transmitters,
  • a PC for providing any presentations, graphics, photos or videos,
  • sound mixer,
  • video (and sound) Atem Mini Extreme mixer, including options of connecting up to 8 sources of view, recording of the stream, animations between views – so called Supersource, adding graphic elements like lower thirds, comments, etc.,
  • full screen viewing monitor for programme hosts,
  • protection against sudden and temporary power loss.

In addition, other options are also possible, such as:

  • participation of remote participants through applications such as Zoom,
  • obtaining results using the so-called green screen,
  • creating an individual graphic design,
  • adding subtitles and other effects at the post-production stage of the recorded broadcast,
  • simultaneous transmission of more than one language version (after receiving a signal from the interpreter’s booth).

More details you can find on the blog post.


Below there is a short version of one of the events we produced for Centrum Innowacyjnych Technologii INNOAGH, whereas on YouTube channel you can also watch the recordings of the “W świetle inspiracji” series, of which Kaktus.studio is co-organizer. Kindly envite you to contact me for individual offer!