A Hampshire city crematorium is set to start offering its funerals as webcasts on the internet.
Mourners will have to pay £75 for a password to access a live broadcast of the Southampton Crematorium service.
They can also get a DVD for £50 and a sound recording will cost £25. Southampton City Council said the new service would start from 1 April.
A council spokeswoman said it would allow people who could not be there in person to still "attend" the funeral.
The filming of the service will be done with a small, discreet camera at the back of the room and it will be streamed online with a 20-second delay.
About 3,500 cremations are carried out every year at the East and West chapels of the council-run establishment.
The money charged for the webcast will be used to cover the running costs of the equipment and internet uploading fees, the spokeswoman said.
"Of the money, £35 will go the company which provides the recording service and the rest will be ploughed into maintaining the equipment," she said.
"It costs about £4,000 a year to have the two chapels wired up and when it comes profits, they are negligible."