Frequently Asked Questions
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- Pixelation, glitches and poor video quality
- What can I do to improve the quality of my video/recordings?
- My audio quality is bad. How can I improve it?
- How to enlarge the size of your view cam
- I have an echo in my video calls, how do I eliminate it?
- Why is the image on my camera mirrored?
- Is it possible to make attendees share their camera view during a webinar?
- How to enable Picture-in-Picture?
- How to achieve the green screen effect?
- I don’t have 30 fps recordings, is 12 fps enough for recording webinars?
- External storage/FTP
- Difference between Remote Desktop and Screen Sharing
- Is it possible to keep the Presenter's webcam visible while the "Slides" are showing?
- Can I use Screen Sharing on mobile devices?
- What are the recommended web browsers for Screen Sharing?
- Where can I find reviews of your product?
- Storage Management
- Limits on Presenter Roles
- What does the “10 Presenter” limit mean?
- Presenters and Screen Sharing
- What is the difference between Live Streaming and Broadcasting to Social Media?
- How can I customize my meetings with my logo / colors / fonts and backgrounds?
- What is included in White Label solution?
- What are the hardware and software requirements to host events on LiveWebinar?
- How much bandwidth do I need for hosting events in LiveWebinar?
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Audio & Video
I have an echo in my video calls, how do I eliminate it?
- If you are using external speakers, place the speakers away from the laptop microphone and turn down the volume to a comfortable level.
- For those who have external microphones, move the microphone about a foot away from the speakers. Avoid typing on an unmuted microphone, and step back from the laptop when using hands-free mode. You can also reduce the microphone volume level by 50% or less and reduce or turn off the microphone boost option.
- Some computers have an echo cancellation feature, but it could be compromised on high CPU load. Closing few processes will help enable that feature.
- If none of these options are successful, use a headset or headphones instead of speakers. This is the easiest way to get rid of an echo.