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A High Fidelity Experience in all respects
When we started streaming many years ago, we had one goal: Provide the same experience as being in the building.
It wasn't easy, but after years of research and design, intense bi-weekly trial and error, and a ton of strategizing... we had a new problem: people preferred to watch our live stream while being physically present in the venue.
MiracleTV was designed with this expertise to create a service that gives you, and the viewer, the best possible experience. We know what works and what doesn't.
MiracleTV features it's own High Fidelity Live Video Processing Engine that prioritizes Video Detail over Bitrate, ensuring you look your absolute best!
We've seen an average increase of 30% in Engagement, Watch-Times and Retentions across-the-board by only adjusting the technology and methods (the best we could) on social media and other platforms.
Now we've built our own platform.
A Better Experience for Both Viewer and Streamer
Propriety Cloud Engine delivers Higher Detail than anywhere else at the same bitrate
Or push the limits and stream up to 4K HDR with High Bitrates
Multiple Global CDN Networks delivers content to viewers fast, without buffer and reliably with in-place redundancy!
Features a No Distractions Experience - no pop-ups, related videos or anything else to pull your viewers away
Create Pay-per-view (PPV) Events - Sell streaming access to your Live Event like Conferences or Concerts
Adjustable Global Reach - Restrict certain countries to keep content rights intact
Videos available On Demand (VOD), Offline and Replaceable after ending the event.
Access to our Team to assist you in creating a High Fidelity Production before the webpage
MiracleTV features a Live Comments Section that was designed to encourage more meditative, meaningful engagement from the viewer.
Live Comments, Not Live Chat
Upon watching a MiracleTV Live Video, the first thing you'll notice is a distraction-free environment featuring a Live Comments section, not a Live Chat. This was intentional.
A common misconception is that a live chat with a steady stream of posts is healthy engagement, we say "What use is a stream of text too fast to read?"
A flowing Live Chat on-screen is highly distracting, doesn't add to the experience, doesn't help the streamer connect in any way and excludes TV/Big Screen viewers -
let alone spammers looking for attention on your video! It's no wonder why many platforms include a 'slow mode'. It's practically a meme at this point.
It's even worse for those live on-camera: who can barely keep up, accidentally read incorrectly (because of the small text or because a new post pushed it up one line) and say misconceptions live (because a post was corrected in a second post further down!) creating embarrassing moments that kill confidence on camera.