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Branding & Customization
Add your own branding to webcast events and portals, and check out brand examples.
Event & Portal Setup
Schedule Live events, set up the event landing page, add event features and content, and set up attendee portals.
Reports & Recordings
Edit and download event recordings and run event reports.
Broadcast and present a Live webcast.
Request assistance with running and setting up your webcast, and get professional captioning and transcripts.
After Your Event
Video Bridge Training
Event Scheduling & Setup
Manage account access, including two-factor authentication and single sign-on
About Events & Attendee Portals
Registration & Landing Pages
Captions & Transcripts
Webcast network requirements for presenters
Network requirements for presenters can be accessed here: https://webcasts.com/networkresources/ Refer to the right columns for the requirements for presenters based on if it will be an audio or video event. Please provide these instructions to your IT depart...
Branding Best Practices
For the best branding experience, follow these tips. Jump to: Preview your event | Banners and banner logos | Background colors and images | Text colors and fonts | Footers | Sponsor logos Note: To learn more about all the elements you can customize and ho...
Event Branding & Customization
The event landing page is the entrance to your event. It contains the event title and date, a registration form and login field (for people already registered), and descriptive text, speaker headshots, and other images or videos that you choose to add. When a...
Portal Branding and Customization
The portal landing page is the entrance to the portal. It contains the portal title, a registration form, a login form (for people already registered), and custom content you add. When you sign in to a portal, the list of events, or agenda, is displayed. Ther...
Branding Examples - Attendee Portals
Attendee portals have a registration page just like events. The registration page branding (logos, colors, and images) carries through to the portal. Portal layout and segment formatting options control how events and breakout sessions are listed on the agenda...
Branding Examples - Bar Layouts
Bar layouts feature the event title and date prominently in colored bars across the landing page. They offer one- and two-column layouts that set the structure of the landing page and placement of the registration form. Visit these example events to compare...
Branding Examples - Open Layouts
Open layouts incorporate the event title and date in the body of the landing page. They feature full-page background images and more options for placement of the registration form. Note: In Title Top layouts, you can set a background color for the registratio...
Add sponsor logos to the event window
You can display logos of event sponsors and other call-to-action images during the event. The logos are included in the lower right corner of the event window, above the footer. You can include as many sponsor logos as you like. Each logo displays for 10 seco...
Add text, images, and other media to the registration page
All registration layouts include a dedicated space for additional content. By default, this space - called the landing text - is empty. You can edit it and include additional event information, images, speaker headshots, links, and videos on your registration ...
Add social sharing to the registration page
Let your attendees spread the word about an event on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook, and then track registrations that originate from their posts. Add social sharing buttons to the registration page and create a social media post with the event title, an ima...
Button and tab color | Open layouts
The highlight color sets the color of the buttons on the registration page and the primary and sidebar tabs in the event window. Note: The text color is automatically set to white or black, to contrast with the highlight color. If you select a dark color, the...
Buttons, tabs, and title bar color | Bar layouts
The highlight color sets the color of the title bar, buttons, and the ruling line above the footer on the registration page. The highlight color is also used for the primary and sidebar tabs in the event window. Note: The text color is automatically set to wh...
Customize landing page headings, links, and buttons
For events and attendee portals. A landing page contains the event title (or portal title), date and time (events only), a registration form, a login form (for people already registered), and custom content you add. You can customize the text labels for headi...
Customize the event title and date | Bar layouts
By default, the registration page includes the event title in the title bar and the event date and time and a calendar reminder button in the date bar. You can change the bar colors and update the text displayed. You can also hide the title bar, date bar, or b...
Customize the event title and date | Open layouts
By default, the registration page includes the event title, the event date and time, and a calendar reminder button. For Title Top layouts, these elements are centered on the page, above the registration form and the landing page content. For Side-by-Side layo...
Registration page background and form and content area colors
The body of the registration page is contained in three layers: under everything is the page background color or image. Next is the registration container which holds the landing page content and registration form. Finally, with a two-column layout, the form c...
Set up the banner and logos
The banner area is displayed at the top of the landing page and event window. It spans the entire width of the browser window. You can add logos and customize the color that displays behind the logos. To hide the banner, do not upload banner logos. Jump to: ...
Use the text editor to customize events and emails
Jump to: Add images | Add speaker headshots | Add links | Embed videos | Add a Twitter feed When you select the Custom option for the landing page content, footers, custom players tabs, and event emails, it opens the text editor. The following table shows th...
Webcast 5.7 Release Notes
Released: April 9, 2022 This release introduces an option for presenting pre-recorded videos in the video player during a Live event, lets you set the pre-live player layout, updates default branding colors, and adds support for the VTT caption format. These ...
Webcast API Documentation
Use APIs to create and update events, allow attendees to register from third-party registration systems, and pass registration and event data directly into your preferred CRM or marketing solution. Note: Any document listed as "Open" is available for use with...