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Creating an event on Demio is extremely simple! From your Events, you'll want to select the Add New Event located in the top-right.

From there, you'll be able to choose between three different event types: Standard, Series, and Automated.

Creating a Standard Event! ✅

With the Standard event, you'll be able to schedule individual sessions that registrants can choose from.

All you need to do is set the event name and you're all set! You'll be be able to schedule the event afterwards from the event summary.

Creating a Series Event! 🔄

With the Series event, you'll be able to run multiple sessions that any registrants can stay registered for.

The setup for a Series event is the same as for a Standard event, with all the scheduling options occurring afterwards.

Creating an Automated Event! ✨

With the Automated event, you'll be able to schedule individual sessions that registrants can choose from. However, unlike a Standard event, these sessions will be run using a pre-recorded video. Check out our Standard vs. Automated article for a full comparison.

Just as with any other event, you'll need to set the event name. In addition, you'll need to select a video that you'd like to use as session content. You have the option to Upload a Video or choose an existing one from your library (these will include any recordings from past events, as well as any videos you may have uploaded previously).

NOTE: If you upload a new video, keep in mind that it should be .mp4 file under 5GB.

💡 Processing Time: It can take from 0.5 - 1 times the duration of the video to complete processing. For example, a video that is an 90 minutes in runtime will process anywhere between 45 to 90 minutes (depending on how busy our queue can get, it can take a little longer at times). With this in mind, you'll want to create your Automated webinar in advance of the time you want to schedule.

Once you've added those steps, you'll be able to proceed. Like all of the other event types, the scheduling will be handled afterwards from the event summary.

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