Create sessions, webinars and meetings that are so captivating, that it feels like everyone is in the same room. Thanks to Virtual Event audio and video capabilities, you can deliver crystal clear meetings. No matter if you’re at home,
in the office, or on the go. See for yourself what we can offer you in terms of audio and video functionalities.
If you’re in a webinar mode and find the Audio & Video window, too small, you can extend it into the content window. By doing so, you ensure that all the camera streams of your attendees will be visible in the content space. At the same time, you won’t lose quick access to other elements of the room, i.e., the chat and Participants List.
See all your participants at once with gallery view. When this layout is activated, all the camera streams in the Audio & Video window will be of the same size and will automatically adjust to the size of the browser window.If someone chooses to only activate their sound, they will appear in the Audio & Video window, but only their nickname and avatar (if they’ve chosen to add one) will be visible.
If you select this camera layout, the audio and video window will be divided into two parts: the camera stream of the main speaker will appear in a large window, with the other attendees’ streams in smaller windows below. The stream of the person speaking will automatically jump to the top of the other camera streams. This view is most useful when the focus needs to be placed on one person.
You can switch between the camera layouts depending on the type of meeting you’re leading. Gallery view can be great if you’re running a discussion or a remote team meeting and want to see all your attendees. Speaker view can be helpful during lectures or meetings when mainly one person is speaking.
Have you ever had one of those brainstorming meetings where someone comes up with a great new idea, but you have no clue who? By turning on the "Focus Active Speaker" feature, the video stream of the participant who’s talking will be highlighted with a green frame.
If you don’t have the need for your participants to use audio and video, you can completely hide this window from participants. The window will still be visible to hosts and presenters though, making it useful for conducting internal discussions during the webinar.
Expanding the video into the content area and opening a new tab with a presentation, video or whiteboard, will automatically activate the picture in picture feature. The participants will see a small floating window with your video stream which they can position wherever they want on their screen.
Click on the images below to see examples.