Videolinq Review: Videolinq is a centralized management workspace for teams to create and distribute live video to social media. The platform provides a solution to broadcast content, interact with viewers, and collect insight data analytics showing real-time audience engagement and marketing growth.
Videolinq is a new way to deliver live video to social media. They help broadcasters simplify and reduce in up to 80% the cost of live event production. Their patent-pending service delivers unified cross-platform user experience and audience engagement data collection, giving marketers powerful knowledge about their viewers. In addition, they offer a player wizard, automation tools, video monetization, and a powerful API for developers.
Live streaming to multiple social media and streaming services. Analyze audience engagement during a live broadcasts. Universal chat for cross-platform participants. Add real-time closed captioning to live streams. Create an unlimited number of HTML5 players pointing to Videolinq or any other streaming provider. Automation tools: Schedule streams, remote connect to network cameras. Live/Recorded stream monetization with 3rd party tools. Developer-friendly API.
Videolinq offers a fully functional trial account. Paid plan begins with the Starter Plan ($15.00/month), the Professional Plan ($100.00/month), and the Enterprise Plan $500.00/month. Plans have different live channels, output destinations, and data transfer limits. Customers who pay for 1-year get a 20% discount.
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Videolinq is a streaming video platform to distribute live video to Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, your own website, and to many other destinations. Videolinq features includes real time insertion of closed captioning on live streams, a media player wizard, automation tools: stream scheduling; network camera management; ads insertion, and a powerful API for developers.
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The timely conversation will zero in on key aspects of video streaming that are common to providers of any size, including: cloud encoding; orchestration of cloud tools; the evolution of video to social media platforms; and the ability to reduce bitrates while keeping the viewer experience high. The panel will be moderated by encoding expert, author and blogger Jan Ozer.