To begin webcasting, you need a Video Camera, a Tripod, and an SD card. If you do not have these items, click on the "Purchase Recording Equipment" tab.
Some computers do not have an SD card reader. If your computer does not have an SD card reader, you can purchase on the "Purchase Recording Equipment" tab.
All video uploads must be done in Google Chrome. Although all videos can be watched in every major browser, all uploading and site usage must be done using Google Chrome.Download Chrome
Having fast internet is very important to ensure the upload process is smooth. Normally consumers are concerned about their download speed, however, we are more concerned about your upload speed. We recommend having a minimum of 5mbps upload. Our absolute minimum upload speed is 1mbs.Internet Speed Test
It is very important that you setup your video camera BEFORE you record your first funeral. Failure to do so will cause problems when uploading your first service.
We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the software. When you are ready to upload a video, please watch the “Video Upload and Embed” tutorial. When you are ready to embed a memorial folder, please watch the “Embedding a Memorial Folder” tutorial.
When you first logged into the software, we showed you a series of text boxes explaining all the functionality of the software. If you would like to redisplay these tutorials, please check the checkbox below.Display Software Tutorial
In this video, Kyle shows you how to setup your camera for recording funerals.
In this video, Shane takes an in-depth look at how to webcast. This video covers everything you need to know to take a service from the video camera, and put it on your website.
In this video, Shane takes an in-depth look at how to use the memorial folder tools.
We support all versions of the Canon Vixia.
Having a good tripod is the key to high quality video. This tripod raises to 68" and has a good moving head to easily pan and zoom.
Each funeral takes up about 3GB worth of space. This SD card is a high quality card that can hold about 10 funerals on it.
Most newer computers have an SD card reader built in. If your computer does not have an SD card reader, you will need to purchase one.