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Feature Friday: Video Conferencing

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Why use this feature?

Looking for ways to be a more effective collaborator?  Make your small interactive meetings more productive by integrating video conferencing with no extra charge.

Have your meetings come to life by using up to 4 simultaneous video feeds with as many as 25 total participants viewing the content.

The intimacy of face to face interaction will provide increased audience engagement while enabling more personal interactions with your colleagues all at the convenience of working remotely.  Video Conferencing will also help eliminate any miscommunications by allowing you to pick up on the non-verbal cues that video provides.

How to use this feature?

Easily add video conferencing to any ReadyTalk meeting with no additional downloads for your participants.

  • Open your meeting controls
  • In your  conference controls you can enable webcams- by clicking the “Enable Webcams" button

Enable Webcam

 

 

  • After the video conferencing panel opens click on “Share My Webcam.”

Share my webcam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Follow the Adobe Flash prompts and click “allow” for your webcam to be shared with your co-presenters and participants

Privacy

 

 

 

 

    • Note: You can always go back and change your privacy setting by clicking the drop down arrow and selecting “Privacy Settings”

 

 

  • Select a different webcam under the drop down arrow by clicking on “Select Webcam”

Select Webcam

 


 

 

 

 

 

  • Last you can disable your webcam by clicking the “Disable Webcams” button under your conference controls.

Disable Webcam

 

 

 

 

Try it yourself and see how video conferencing can add a personal touch to your meetings! 


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