How we produce

We have your back so that you can enjoy all the bene­fits of hybrid events by taking care of smooth pro­duc­tion in the background.

The mul­ti-pro­fes­sio­nal team at Stream­box­stu­di­os trans­forms any loca­ti­on into a stu­dio. Whe­ther in con­fe­rence and mee­ting rooms, in con­fe­rence or con­gress cen­ters or on green­field sites: our ran­ge of ser­vices is desi­gned to pro­vi­de maxi­mum sup­port regard­less of loca­ti­on. We have our own high-qua­li­ty, pre­cis­e­ly coor­di­na­ted modu­lar pro­duc­tion tech­no­lo­gy to ensu­re that your events are trans­fer­red to the Inter­net plat­forms of your choice. When it comes down to it, we also pro­vi­de the neces­sa­ry elec­tri­ci­ty and inter­net connection.

1 Rese­arch

How big is the event? Is the­re a draft of the sche­du­le? Should the­re be a podi­um? Which platform(s) should be used for strea­ming? Should the streams be inte­gra­ted into a web­site? Are vir­tu­al spea­k­ers plan­ned? Should sur­veys be inte­gra­ted and made visi­ble on screens on site? Are gra­phic ele­ments such as covers, breaks or info slides requi­red? Are bel­ly bands desi­red? …

2 Pro­ject planning

On the basis of all the infor­ma­ti­on, we deve­lop a pro­duc­tion and direc­tion plan in con­sul­ta­ti­on with you. Not­hing is set in stone, becau­se every event has its very own dyna­mics — to which we respond in a rela­xed and pro­fes­sio­nal man­ner. You know: In peace and quiet …

3 Check-up

We set up the pro­duc­tion tech­no­lo­gy in advan­ce, set it up and ensu­re that the­re is suf­fi­ci­ent time for exten­si­ve test runs befo­re the pro­gram starts. This appli­es to both the pro­ces­ses in front of the came­ras and the tech­ni­cal checks behind them.

4 Live

3–2‑1-live! From the first to the last second, we have your event firm­ly in our sights: at the came­ra, at the mixing desk, in the con­trol room, at the com­pu­ter. We fol­low the event from the per­spec­ti­ve of the online par­ti­ci­pan­ts, keep in touch with the con­nec­ted spea­k­ers and take care of spon­ta­neous pro­gram chan­ges. In short, we have your back so that you and your guests can relax in front of the cameras.

5 Post-pro­duc­tion

On request, we can prepa­re excerp­ts or enti­re recor­dings for your social media or video-on-demand offe­rings, set up sui­ta­ble web­sites and take care of all rele­vant tech­ni­cal issues. This gives you the best audio and video mate­ri­al even after your event to pro­mo­te the next one. As the say­ing goes: After the game …

Video post-pro­duc­tion

On request, we will be hap­py to record your live stream and make it available to you after­wards. You can use this for your archi­ve, for a cri­ti­cal review — you can always opti­mi­ze — or for a video-on-demand (VoD) offer.

Post-pro­ces­sing of the recor­ding is par­ti­cu­lar­ly useful when using it as a VoD. This means that less important pas­sa­ges can be cut out or addi­tio­nal ele­ments, such as gra­phics or images, can be inser­ted. It is also pos­si­ble to add a sound­track, for exam­p­le with licen­se-free music.

Post-pro­duc­tion offers fur­ther possibilities:

  • Impro­ved video qua­li­ty: By adjus­ting the color, audio levels and adding spe­cial effects, the video beco­mes more visual­ly appe­al­ing and dynamic.
  • Impro­ved sto­rytel­ling: Post-pro­duc­tion helps to edit and refi­ne the sto­ry you want to tell with your video con­tent. This can include adding music or sound effects, cut­ting out unneces­sa­ry foo­ta­ge and adding cap­ti­ons or graphics.
  • Brand con­sis­ten­cy: In post-pro­duc­tion, the video can be adapt­ed to your com­pany’s cor­po­ra­te design.
  • Adap­ta­bi­li­ty: Video con­tent is adapt­ed for dif­fe­rent plat­forms and tar­get groups. You can crea­te dif­fe­rent ver­si­ons of a video for social media, your web­site or email campaigns.

Over­all, a post-pro­duc­tion video will help you crea­te high-qua­li­ty, enga­ging video con­tent that reflects your brand and reso­na­tes with your audience.

By using the latest com­pu­ter hard­ware and soft­ware, we can edit your vide­os in a varie­ty of ways and make them available for presentation.

Our live­strea­ming tech­no­lo­gy is desi­gned in such a way that we can seam­less­ly make video inserts part of a livestream.

Indi­vi­du­al video layouts

The thoughtful use of visu­al ele­ments, inclu­ding the pla­ce­ment of images, text and other gra­phics, as well as the use of tran­si­ti­ons and spe­cial effects, con­tri­bu­tes to the suc­cess of a stream.

A good video lay­out is desi­gned with the view­er in mind and ensu­res that the con­tent is visual­ly appe­al­ing and easy to follow.

Lay­out elements:

  • Com­po­si­ti­on: A good com­po­si­ti­on is crea­ted when came­ra­men use the rule of thirds and have an eye for balan­ce and symmetry.
  • Visu­al hier­ar­chy: The view­er’s gaze is direc­ted through the deli­be­ra­te use of sizes, colors and contrasts.
  • Text pla­ce­ment: The pla­ce­ment and design of texts for dis­play on the screen must ensu­re that they are easy and legible.
  • Tran­si­ti­ons: The use of hard cuts, soft tran­si­ti­ons or other tran­si­ti­ons is always done with a view to ensu­ring a smooth flow bet­ween indi­vi­du­al sce­nes or shots.
  • Arran­ge­ment: If seve­ral video signals are used at the same time, the arran­ge­ment must cor­re­spond to the sub­ject mat­ter. Inter­view part­ners are shown in the same size, spea­k­ers are to be shown next to the pre­sen­ta­ti­on so that they do not look out of the picture.

The video lay­out can be adapt­ed to the inten­ded pur­po­se and tar­get group of the video. For exam­p­le, a pro­mo­tio­nal video can use bold colors and dyna­mic tran­si­ti­ons to grab the view­er’s atten­ti­on. A tuto­ri­al video reli­es on a simp­ler lay­out with clear text and visu­al hier­ar­chy to make lear­ning easier.

A well-desi­gned video lay­out can signi­fi­cant­ly impro­ve the impact and effec­ti­ve­ness of a video and help to com­mu­ni­ca­te the inten­ded mes­sa­ge more effec­tively and engagingly.


The sound not only makes the music, it also con­tri­bu­tes signi­fi­cant­ly to the suc­cess — or fail­ure — of a livestream.

Right from the start, we have atta­ched gre­at importance to sound qua­li­ty. This is not only reflec­ted in the use of high-qua­li­ty micro­pho­nes, mixers, ampli­fiers and spea­k­ers. Rather, it depends on the tar­ge­ted mixing by expert event tech­ni­ci­ans.

For exam­p­le, the sound at a hybrid event is mixed dif­fer­ent­ly for the audi­ence on site than for the digi­tal­ly con­nec­ted viewers.

The requi­re­ments for pro­fes­sio­nal sound the­r­e­fo­re depend on various fac­tors, inclu­ding the type of sound pro­du­ced, the inten­ded use of the sound and the tar­get audi­ence. Howe­ver, the­re are some gene­ral requi­re­ments that app­ly to most situations:

  • High-qua­li­ty equip­ment: Pro­fes­sio­nal sound requi­res high-qua­li­ty equip­ment such as micro­pho­nes, mixing con­so­les, ampli­fiers and loud­spea­k­ers. The aim is to achie­ve high fidelity.
  • Cor­rect acou­stics: No two recor­ding envi­ron­ments are the same. The aim is to avo­id sound reflec­tions, echo­es and other unwan­ted noi­ses in order to achie­ve the hig­hest pos­si­ble recor­ding qua­li­ty. Ide­al­ly, the recor­ding room is desi­gned to redu­ce ambi­ent noi­se and focus the sound on the recor­ding area.
  • Qua­li­fied pro­fes­sio­nals: The pro­fes­sio­nals invol­ved in sound pro­duc­tion should be com­pe­tent and expe­ri­en­ced in their respec­ti­ve fields. This includes sound engi­neers, mixers and pro­du­cers who have a deep under­stan­ding of the recor­ding pro­cess and the tech­ni­cal aspects of sound production.
  • Atten­ti­on to detail: Pro­fes­sio­nal sound requi­res atten­ti­on to detail in every aspect of the recor­ding pro­cess, from micro­pho­ne pla­ce­ment to mixing and strea­ming.

Over­all, pro­fes­sio­nal sound requi­res a com­bi­na­ti­on of high-qua­li­ty equip­ment, qua­li­fied pro­fes­sio­nals, appro­pria­te acou­stics, atten­ti­on to detail and qua­li­ty con­trol. By com­ply­ing with the­se requi­re­ments, it is pos­si­ble to pro­du­ce high-qua­li­ty sound.

Stream­box­stu­di­os uses wire­less micro­pho­nes (hand­held mics, clip-on mics) in the A‑band and reli­es on a com­ple­te­ly digi­tal mix.

Our audio sys­tem is equip­ped with Dan­te tech­no­lo­gy and can be seam­less­ly inte­gra­ted into exis­ting sound systems.

Sound inte­gra­ted into pre­sen­ta­ti­ons is eit­her picked up by Dan­te or via USB inter­faces and inte­gra­ted into the sys­tem.

Par­ti­ci­pan­ts who take part in a hybrid event via con­fe­rence plat­forms such as ZOOM, MS Teams or Webex are audi­ble and visi­ble on site.

We can play royal­ty-free music to accom­pa­ny count­downs, breaks or spe­cial moments, such as the pre­sen­ta­ti­on of an award at an event, to crea­te an atmo­sphe­ric mood for the audi­ence on site and in the vir­tu­al space.


We use Dan­te Audio, a digi­tal audio net­work tech­no­lo­gy that enables the dis­tri­bu­ti­on of high-qua­li­ty, uncom­pres­sed audio over stan­dard IP networks.

The Dan­te pro­to­col deve­lo­ped by the Aus­tra­li­an com­pa­ny Audi­na­te enables the trans­mis­si­on of up to 512 audio chan­nels via a sin­gle Ether­net cable. Its spe­cial fea­ture: extre­me­ly low laten­cy. This makes it ide­al for appli­ca­ti­ons that requi­re mul­ti-chan­nel audio dis­tri­bu­ti­on in real time, such as live events.

Dan­te Audio is desi­gned as a plug-and-play (PnP) solu­ti­on in which devices auto­ma­ti­cal­ly reco­gni­ze each other on the net­work and estab­lish con­nec­tions wit­hout the need for manu­al con­fi­gu­ra­ti­on. It also offers secu­ri­ty fea­tures such as encryp­ti­on and user authen­ti­ca­ti­on to ensu­re that audio data can only be recei­ved by tho­se who are aut­ho­ri­zed to do so.


The Stream­box­stu­di­os team can look back on many years of expe­ri­ence in pro­fes­sio­nal pho­to­gra­phy. We know the effect of the tar­ge­ted use of light and shadow, of main and accent light­ing, of colors and con­trasts and use the­se sty­li­stic devices in a tar­ge­ted manner.

Panel dis­cus­sions, for exam­p­le, requi­re lar­ge-sca­le and uni­form light­ing, whe­re­as inter­view recor­dings can be illu­mi­na­ted much more poin­ted­ly and with much grea­ter con­trast. Barn doors, trans­lu­cent umbrel­las, soft­bo­xes, grid­bo­xes and fil­ter foils com­ple­te our light­ing equipment.


  • Impro­ved visi­bi­li­ty: Good video light­ing can impro­ve the visi­bi­li­ty of the sub­ject and the sur­roun­dings. This is par­ti­cu­lar­ly important in poor light­ing con­di­ti­ons, as the video qua­li­ty suf­fers signi­fi­cant­ly wit­hout suf­fi­ci­ent lighting.
  • Impro­ved image qua­li­ty: The right light­ing can impro­ve the qua­li­ty of the video image by redu­cing image noi­se, impro­ving con­trast and making colors appear more vivid and natural.
  • Pro­fes­sio­nal appearance: Well-lit vide­os crea­te a more pro­fes­sio­nal appearance and empha­si­ze the impact of busi­ness or mar­ke­ting vide­os in particular.
  • Crea­ti­ve con­trol: With video light­ing, you can con­trol the mood and color tone of the video by adjus­ting the inten­si­ty, direc­tion and color tem­pe­ra­tu­re of the lighting.
  • Impro­ved sto­rytel­ling: Light­ing can be used crea­tively to impro­ve the sto­rytel­ling aspect of vide­os. For exam­p­le, chan­ges in light­ing can help to con­vey mood swings or times of day.
  • Increased enga­ge­ment: A well-lit video is more appe­al­ing and can keep the view­er’s atten­ti­on for longer.
  • Bet­ter video con­fe­ren­cing: In the age of working from home, good light­ing impro­ves the qua­li­ty of video con­fe­ren­ces. Vir­tu­al mee­tings are beco­ming more appealing.

Stream­box­stu­di­os reli­es on sui­ta­ble light­ing, regard­less of the cho­sen loca­ti­on. As we also have bat­tery-powered LED lights, we can also pro­vi­de an appe­al­ing light­ing atmo­sphe­re on green meadows.


We use devices that can be con­trol­led via the DMX pro­to­col (Digi­tal Mul­ti­plex) for light­ing and the rea­liza­ti­on of spe­cial effects (gobos, light strips, fog machi­nes, etc.). The con­trol soft­ware can be used to pro­gram, simu­la­te, test, opti­mi­ze and save light­ing sce­nes and effects in advan­ce of an event. At the time of the event, they are then rea­dy for imme­dia­te retrie­val at the touch of a but­ton. And if some­thing does need to be chan­ged at short noti­ce, this is also possible.

Advan­ta­ges of DMX:

  • Fle­xi­bi­li­ty: DMX enables fle­xi­ble con­trol of light­ing and other devices. It can con­trol a lar­ge num­ber of devices and the pro­to­col can be easi­ly pro­grammed to crea­te com­plex light­ing effects.
  • Sca­la­bi­li­ty: DMX can be used to con­trol a few lights in a small venue or thou­sands of lights in a lar­ge sta­di­um. It can also con­trol other devices such as fog machi­nes, flas­hes and lasers.
  • Pre­cis­i­on: DMX offers pre­cise con­trol of light­ing and other devices. It can con­trol indi­vi­du­al lights and dim­ming levels, making a varie­ty of light­ing effects possible.
  • Auto­ma­ti­on: DMX can be used to auto­ma­te light­ing and other effects. This makes more com­plex and syn­chro­ni­zed shows pos­si­ble. DMX can also be used to trig­ger effects in respon­se to other inputs such as sound or movement.
  • Com­pa­ti­bi­li­ty: DMX is a wide­ly used stan­dard, so devices from dif­fe­rent manu­fac­tu­r­ers are often com­pa­ti­ble. This makes it easier to mix and match devices from dif­fe­rent sup­pli­ers to crea­te a cus­to­mi­zed setup.
  • Inex­pen­si­ve: DMX is a rela­tively inex­pen­si­ve pro­to­col that is acces­si­ble to a wide ran­ge of users. It can be used with simp­le or more com­plex set­ups, depen­ding on the user’s needs and budget.

DMX is a powerful and fle­xi­ble solu­ti­on for con­trol­ling light­ing and other devices at live events and shows. The many advan­ta­ges make DMX a popu­lar choice for light­ing desi­gners and event planners.


With live strea­ming, inter­ac­tion with your view­ers is key to crea­ting an enga­ging and enjoya­ble expe­ri­ence for ever­yo­ne invol­ved. Here are some tips to help you crea­te more inter­ac­tion during a livestream:

  • Inter­act with your view­ers: Make sure you respond prompt­ly to comm­ents or ques­ti­ons. This crea­tes the neces­sa­ry sen­se of com­mu­ni­ty and shows that you value their participation.
  • Use polls or launch a quiz: Incor­po­ra­ting such inter­ac­ti­ve ele­ments is a fun way to enga­ge with your audi­ence and keep them cap­ti­va­ted throug­hout the broadcast.
  • Use co-hosts: If you have a lar­ge audi­ence and expect a lot of feed­back, you should con­sider using co-hosts. They help you to mana­ge the comm­ents and orga­ni­ze the ques­ti­ons. This allows you to stay focu­sed and ensu­re that all ques­ti­ons are answered.
  • Use chat­bots: Chat­bots can be hel­pful to ans­wer fre­quent­ly asked ques­ti­ons or pro­vi­de your view­ers with addi­tio­nal infor­ma­ti­on. This can help you focus on inter­ac­ting with your audi­ence in a dif­fe­rent way.
  • Use social media: Pro­mo­te your live­stream on social media befo­re and during the event and encou­ra­ge view­ers to share their expe­ri­en­ces with others. This will help increase inte­rest and expand your audience.

Remem­ber, the more inter­ac­ti­ve and enga­ging your live­stream is, the more likely it is that your audi­ence will stay and return for future streams.

In our expe­ri­ence, the Slido tool in par­ti­cu­lar offers excel­lent oppor­tu­ni­ties to inter­act with view­ers on site and on their devices. The easier the access is, for exam­p­le by dis­play­ing a QR code, the more respon­ses you will receive.

Would you like a litt­le more? Our add-ons at a glance

Pre­sen­ta­ti­on trai­ning / came­ra training

The recep­ti­ve­ness of users, both on site and in front of the dis­play, depends on a varie­ty of fac­tors. It is the­r­e­fo­re all the more important that the pre­sen­ta­ti­on is visual­ly appe­al­ing and gets to the point in terms of content.
One chall­enge is the pre­sen­ta­ti­on wit­hout a visi­ble audi­ence. We offer sui­ta­ble pre­sen­ta­ti­on trai­ning so that you can pre­sent with con­fi­dence. On the one hand, to “warm up” to the unfa­mi­li­ar situa­ti­on in front of the came­ra, on the other hand, to put your own pre­sen­ta­ti­on through its paces befo­re (!) the actu­al appoint­ment and to opti­mi­ze it if necessary.


Pre-pro­duc­tion of indi­vi­du­al con­tri­bu­ti­ons is par­ti­cu­lar­ly useful when a pre­cis­e­ly defi­ned sche­du­le has to be adhe­red to. To this end, we record the con­tri­bu­ti­ons in our stu­dio and prepa­re them in such a way that it can be cal­led “MAZ ab” from time to time on the day of the broad­cast. Alter­na­ting bet­ween live mode­ra­ti­on, recor­ding and sub­se­quent live dis­cus­sion with the spea­k­ers is a good way forward.


If you make the recor­ding of your live­stream available in its enti­re­ty or in indi­vi­du­al sequen­ces via a sui­ta­ble plat­form, for exam­p­le via a free Vimeo or You­Tube chan­nel, then you are pro­vi­ding your tar­get group with fur­ther added value. In any case, with video-on-demand you mul­ti­ply your mes­sa­ge and reach inte­res­ted users long after the live event.

Video pod­cast

A live­stream con­sis­ting of seve­ral lec­tures, pre­sen­ta­ti­ons or con­tri­bu­ti­ons can be cut into the­ma­ti­cal­ly sui­ta­ble blocks after the event. The indi­vi­du­al con­tri­bu­ti­ons are then pro­vi­ded with sui­ta­ble titles and clo­sing slides and published at defi­ned times via the com­pany’s own video chan­nel. Enti­re sea­sons can be crea­ted in this way. Users are regu­lar­ly pro­vi­ded with useful infor­ma­ti­on at a mana­geable cost.

Audio pod­cast

If the sound of a video is extra­c­ted and pro­vi­ded with a sui­ta­ble mode­ra­ti­on, recor­dings can also be published as an audio pod­cast, for exam­p­le via your own web­site, Apple Pod­cast or Spotify.

Press box

To avo­id every media repre­sen­ta­ti­ve having to set up their own indi­vi­du­al micro­pho­ne and a “scram­ble for the best seats”, we can for­ward the signal from a sin­gle micro­pho­ne via a sui­ta­ble dis­tri­bu­tor to a lar­ge num­ber of XLR out­puts and pro­vi­de the TV and radio teams pre­sent with clean sound.

Strea­ming from the green field

Net­work covera­ge with 4G LTE is suf­fi­ci­ent in many cases to send a good strea­ming signal via the mobi­le net­work — some­ti­mes even from green­field sites. If seve­ral plat­forms are to be sup­pli­ed simul­ta­neous­ly, we use 5G LTE (if pos­si­ble on site) or sui­ta­ble dis­tri­bu­ti­on services.


Of cour­se we can show you in front of a digi­tal back­ground of your choice. On the one hand, thanks to a green screen, and on the other, thanks to the hard­ware and soft­ware used, which allow the fore­ground and back­ground to mer­ge see­mingly seamlessly.

Rela­xed streaming

We prepa­re meti­cu­lous­ly, liai­se clo­se­ly with all tho­se invol­ved, set up ear­ly and car­ry out a com­pre­hen­si­ve test run. This stan­dard crea­tes secu­ri­ty and the free­dom to react quick­ly and fle­xi­bly to cur­rent pro­gram chan­ges or addi­tio­nal requests.

The use of our powerful enco­ders enables cross-plat­form mul­ti­strea­ming. We use sui­ta­ble tools to enable inter­ac­tion with and bet­ween par­ti­ci­pan­ts on site and on the end devices. We pro­vi­de a wide ran­ge of infor­ma­ti­on about view­ers and their beha­vi­or using ana­ly­sis and sta­tis­tics tools — in some cases also in live ope­ra­ti­on. You have the choice of pro­duc­tion loca­ti­on: you can use our stu­dio, a free loca­ti­on or even the “green field”. Tell us whe­re you want to go and we’ll get you the­re safe­ly — and we’ll have ever­y­thing you need.

Qua­li­ty for the ears

Every room has its own acou­stics and places indi­vi­du­al demands on sound pick-up and sound rein­force­ment. To ensu­re that both the lis­ten­ers on site and in the stream have a plea­sant lis­tening expe­ri­ence, we mix on seve­ral levels.

Our trai­ned hea­ring also includes exten­si­ve know­ledge of the smal­lest tech­ni­cal details, such as the cor­rect sel­ec­tion of radio fre­quen­cy ran­ges or the inter­fe­rence-free inte­gra­ti­on of con­nec­ted ZOOM par­ti­ci­pan­ts. Thanks to the use of high-qua­li­ty mixing con­so­les, micro­pho­nes, cables, adap­ters and power dis­tri­bu­ti­on, as well as the con­stant deve­lo­p­ment of the tech­no­lo­gy used, we con­ti­nuous­ly maxi­mi­ze the signal qua­li­ty. Thanks to secu­re signal dis­tri­bu­ti­on, we can pro­vi­de press teams on site with flaw­less sound.

Video pro­duc­tion with high standards

Gui­ded by over 25 years of pho­to­gra­phic expe­ri­ence, we pro­du­ce appe­al­ing images, use light in a tar­ge­ted man­ner, cap­tu­re sce­nes from mul­ti­ple per­spec­ti­ves and work with high-qua­li­ty came­ras and lenses.

The video images are com­bi­ned live at the editing desk and pre­sen­ted to the view­ers on site and in the stream. If exter­nal spea­k­ers (inter­view part­ners or panel dis­cus­sants) are sche­du­led, we will con­nect them in sound and visi­on. We can extra­ct video streams from stan­dard con­fe­rence plat­forms and com­bi­ne them in a free­ly sel­ec­ta­ble video design to crea­te a new strea­ming image. To make pro­duc­tions mul­ti-laye­red and varied, we design and inte­gra­te — moving or as ani­ma­ti­on — bel­ly bands and gra­phics, add pre­sen­ta­ti­ons and inserts wit­hout delay, con­vert speech into text and fade it in live.