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GospelOutlook is a simple yet flexible solution for how to stream live video on a website. The live stream hosting platform is designed with a streaming as a service approach. GospelOutlook gives professional tools and utilities through cloud computing. It uses two content delivery networks to reach worldwide audiences.
GospelOutlook streaming service is a solution for video hosting of previously recorded and edited videos. The platform provides a variety of features and tools to make video on demand a key component of the system. This includes support for manual stream archiving, mobile broadcasting and video monetization.
GospelOutlook offers an integrated payment system to quickly handle viewer transactions from Pay Per View. This is accomplished right in the video player from an integrated paywall. The purchaser does not have to exit the player to complete the transaction, which might reduce conversions. Rates and viewing windows are designated by the broadcaster. For example a broadcaster could charge $5 for one hour of access or $10 for a full day of access. The ability to select a start time for Pay Per Views also allows for a presale window.
Any desktop or device that can run HTML5 or Flash can be used to view a GospelOutlook Live Video or On-Demand stream. All from a single embed code, no need to make a mobile specific page. The propriety HTML5/Flash video player from GospelOutlook is compatible with 99.9% of internet browsers. This includes most mobile browsers on devices such as iPads and Android phones. No need to install apps or special plugins to view.
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GospelOutlook embed code contains all the features of the player. If the functionality of the player is changed, such as adding Pay Per View, the video player will automatically update. There is no need for a new embed code. The player is dynamic, serving content in Flash or HTML5. Live streams can be accessed from almost any device, including desktops and mobiles.