Understanding Sessions in VancastVideo: A Guide

Modified on Sun, 15 Jan 2023 at 03:59 PM

Summary:

Sessions in VancastVideo are a powerful tool for organizing and managing all aspects of your video production, including content, team member roles, and more. With sessions, you can easily manage your production from pre-live to live and on-demand, streamlining the entire event life-cycle.


Sessions in VancastVideo are a versatile feature that can help streamline the organization and management of your video production. Whether you are hosting a congress, seminar, or any other type of event with multiple round tables, keynotes, and presentations, sessions can help you prepare and organize your pages in a consistent and efficient way.

One of the main benefits of using sessions is the ability to repurpose live content into on-demand content. This allows your end users to access all the sessions of your event using the same link, and enables you, as the event owner, to easily monitor and track the live and on-demand video statistics for your entire event in one place.

In addition, VancastVideo offers powerful tools for post-event production, such as the ability to easily create individual videos for each speaker. This is especially useful when you are asked to provide a video of each speaker's presentation for future use.

Another advantage of using sessions is the ability to share one access system for all the sessions of your event. This means that once a user has registered for one session, they will not be required to register again for other sessions. This applies to all types of access links that involve some form of security.

Overall, sessions in VancastVideo are an essential tool for organizing, managing and monitoring your video production, and can help you deliver a seamless and engaging experience for your viewers.


Important:

All sessions within an event share the same Event Page Template

All sessions within an event have a specific link, but they share the same Registration Gate or SSO, page and Cookie. This means that an end-user does not have to sign-in for every session within an event.

All sessions also share the same languages structure.

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