To get started, you need to create an account with TribuCast™. Click here to begin the free registration process. TribuCast™ utilizes a funeral home’s iPhone or iPad and does not require any significant equipment purchases. Click here for a list of suggested equipment (some of which you probably already own).
Purchase Your TribuCast™
TribuCast™ is a pay-per-use system with no registration fees, no monthly fees and no annual fees. Once you have created your account, simply click on “Set up New TribuCast™” on your dashboard.
Personalize Your TribuCast™
To create a meaningful remote viewing experience, you can work with families to easily personalize a TribuCast™ with information such as service details & program, photos, obituary, interests and hobbies, and donation opportunities.
Click here to see a short video on how easy it is to personalize a TribuCast™.
Get Your Mobile Device Set To Go Live
The TribuCast™ System is completely portable and can be used anywhere there is sufficient cellular or Wi-Fi service available. We show you how to download and set up free software on your mobile device and connect it to the TribuCast™ system and we show you how to check the network speeds at your service locations in advance. A minimum 3Mbps upload speed is required; 8Mbps or higher is preferred for best results.
NOTE: If you have an existing “fixed camera” system, call us. We can easily convert those to work with TribuCast™ as well.
Share Private Link
Once you have completed the personalization of your TribuCast™, you can share a private website address with your clients so they have a safe, secure and dignified way for family and friends to attend a funeral or memorial service remotely.
Tribucasting™ is Next Generation Funeral Webcasting
TribuCast™ understands that families may not be comfortable webcasting their loved one’s funerals over the internet. TribuCast™ addresses these concerns through a dedicated, private website for each family to share as they desire, coupled with extensive personalization opportunities. This enables families to share the service with remote attendees as if they were there in person, adding meaningful context which can aid in the grieving process.