Embedded Coding

 

Embed our Live Stream straight to your
oragnizations’s website

This method can be especially crucial when you are streaming sensitive, private proprietary content such as a staff meeting, training seminar, sales meetings, and other high profile, long-distance learning/training.

 

Solutions

We would simply provide an embedded code of our feed, either responsive or a fixed size.
Your website’s IT administrator would simply paste code on the desired URL page.

Vimeo has something called “Domain Locking” which enables to “white-list” specific domains that the
Live Stream can be viewed on. For example, stream to a URL on your organization’s website.

It is important to note that by simply domain locking an embedded a Live Stream code to your organization’s website does not implement automatic web security.
It will ultimately be dependent upon the security level of the particular URL page on the website in which the embedded code is posted on.

If your organization or company’s website already has its own security initiatives in place such as a challenge wall or password-protected wall or some sort of two-step authentication factor on the web URL address that is hosting our Live Feed, then you are ‘good’ with web security according to that particular level of security already in place on your website. The end goal is to prevent sharing of the Live Stream. If sharing is not of concern, then a single
Password-for-all method may be better.

We have seen some organizations take the embedded code and strategically place it on a particulate area of their organization’s website so that a unique, one-time-only use of a  password or a two-factor email verification method is prompted before getting access to the Live Stream.

At this time all we can do to help you with this method is to provide the embedded code.
Your website’s administrator can very easily place it where desired such as designated landing page as well set up
the level of security.

Chat options are still available with the embedded code method as well as lower thirds, Polls and Q&A sessions.
There is nothing like having your sales meeting, training or webinar directly posted onto your website.
By having the embedded code as “responsive” it will pretty much be user friendly on all browsers
including smartphone mobile devices and tablets.

Notice that the embedded video window on the client’s web page does not contain any VIMEO branding or annoying banner Ads. The Share and Like buttons on the player window have been disabled. 
There is an optional Byline that can also be enabled in the top left corner of the player window
as well as your
 organization’s logo.
The player window can expand to full-screen by pressing the full-screen buttonin the lower right hand corner.

There are other options we can engage with the embedded code implementation that is not available with the regular VIMEO player window such as an optional email capture that will self impose in the player window.

Email capture is not really a security feature, but if this feature is added (at no additional charge) we can submit to you a list of captured emails at the end of the Live Stream event.  
If you do not wish to capture Emails, this feature can simply be disabled.

There are several other options that can be enabled or disabled for an embedded Live Stream on your
organization’s website.

 

Final Thoughts

We hope you and your viewers find this process simple and not too cumbersome.
Many agree the extra steps in preparation of a Live Stream are well worth it for maintaining tighter privacy throughout a high-stakes webcast.

There would be no additional cost to supply you with an embedded code. 

Want to Explore other methods of Secure Streaming?

Need further information ?

You can reach us here if you’d like us to explain the process over the phone.

Call us at 210-670-6630

Or Email us here for any questions.