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How much bandwidth does the webcam feature use?

Modified on Mon, 11 Jul 2016 at 08:37 AM

The Webinato platform enables live transmission of video from a webcam or a camera. You may use it to show your presenters live or to livecast a seminar.

Webinato offers small video next to presenters' names or a larger, detached video area that can be positioned anywhere in the room.

  • Contact Webinato Tech Support if you require more than four simultaneous live video feeds.
  • Webinato can support multiple live video feeds. There is no actual limit in numbers of feeds. However note the following:
    • Live Video uses a higher amount of bandwidth. Although your presenters might have a high bandwidth, note that attendees might not have a high enough bandwidth to properly view 2-3 feeds, for example.
    • The maximum number of simultaneous feeds you can have in your room is four (4). We suggest you limit the number of simultaneous feeds to 3 or less.
    • The required bandwidth depends on the size and the quality of the video you choose in the room. End users need a bandwidth of 300 Kbps for each medium quality video being streamed, and 500 Kbps for each high quality video being streamed.
    • To test bandwidth, end users may access or similar bandwidth testing sites. It will give them a measured download/upload speed.
  • Streaming more than one video increases the Kbps required as follows:

Number of live video streams

End user requirements for low bandwidth video

End user requirements for high bandwidth video


320 kbps

500 kbps


640 kbps

1000 kbps


960 kbps

1500 kbps


1280 kbps

2000 kbps

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