Ditch the traditional studio
No need to be tethered to your desk or in-house studio — record or join livestreams from anywhere.
Remote video recording
Socialive transforms mobile devices into an easy way to record solo, join group sessions, or join a livestream. Crowdsource your video, scale your content output.
Go beyond the webcam
Take advantage of the crisp picture quality of your team’s phones and tablets in a structured environment, ensuring content is always professional and polished.
Include more people in videos
Tap into the diversity, knowledge and experience of your entire organization. With the Socialive mobile app, anyone can effortlessly and securely contribute video content.
Mobile capabilities features
Everything needed to scale up the amount of professional-quality video teams can create by using mobile devices.
Crisp, clear video
Every take, on any device, is captured in up to 4K quality every single time — no matter what.
Livestream from anywhere
Guests can join livestreams from mobile, contributing to a studio-quality broadcast from wherever they are.
Producers can easily manage from behind the scenes — make group recording sessions and livestreams easy for talent.
Record on your own time
Scheduling conflict? Independently record videos that automatically transfer to your secure Socialive library.
Use your preferred device
Leverage the high-quality camera in your pocket to join a broadcast or record video from anywhere, anytime via a mobile device.
“The ability to host, record, and livestream individuals from all over the world in a single virtual environment in the cloud is unparalleled. We could not find another solution on the market that could do all of that with the quality of Socialive.”
Alex Reynolds, Technical Director, Hamlin
Socialive in action
How VMware saved $100,000 in one video project
VMware experienced a massive ROI in video creation with Socialive — saving around $1000 per video while creating more videos, faster.
How Akamai sensibly scaled video creation
With limited resources, Akamai got used to saying “no” to tons of video projects — with Socialive the team creates more video without a higher spend.