When merely virtual attendance doesn’t quite cut it, and you plan to host a live event with both online and in-person attendance, let Lime Crane show you what more we can do. We’re not just webcasting gurus. We’re directors, cinematographers, and sound engineers capable of capturing your live event at the highest quality, so you can engage and inspire your audience like never before.
Whether you’re making a press release or broadcasting your annual vision-casting for the world to see, Lime Crane makes hybrid events polished, seamless, and rewatchable.
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Polished Multi-Camera Production
No more single-shot, security camera-looking footage giving a birds-eye view. Our events are broadcast quality.
Seamless Experience In-Person or Virtual
Create a unified event experience inclusive of both in-person and remote attendees, and in-person audiences hardly know we’re there.
Make Your Hybrid Events Rewatchable
Make the kinds of event videos you’ll be proud to revisit later, whether you host them on your server or ours.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the major difference between a Hybrid Event and a Virtual Town Hall, and how do I know which one is best for my needs?
A hybrid event generally involves a live presentation before both an in-person and virtual audience. With a virtual town hall, all speakers and presenters and audience members connect virtually, but with a hybrid event, speakers and presenters usually share a stage and a (sometimes small) in-person audience. The value of having a hybrid event is that a company like Lime Crane can document your event with higher quality video and sound equipment, providing online viewers (both present and future) a more polished and memorable experience.
You can always set up a free consultation with Lime Crane to better determine your needs, but, as a rule of thumb, you should ask yourself two questions to determine, generally, whether a Hybrid Event makes more sense than a Virtual Town Hall:
1. Are there any audience members in the room?
2. Are any of your presenters on-site?
If the answer to both of those questions is “Yes,” then a Hybrid Event is probably for you. But again, if you’re not sure, it costs you nothing to call us and find out.