Presenter Conference Bridge

Presenter Conference Bridge

The Presenter Conference Bridge is a control panel that allows the Producer to manage all dialed-in presenters. Each number will automatically be assigned a name from Caller ID, but the producer can also quickly edit these names to provide more accuracy if necessary. The Producer has the ability to mute/unmute and disconnect presenters from the conference bridge.

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Show and Hide Storyboard

Show and Hide Storyboard

In order to provide presenters with more space in Presentation Manager, we have created the option to completely hide the storyboard from view. At the top, you will see an arrow icon that when clicked will hide the storyboard from the view. Click again to show the Storyboard.

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Enhancing Your Webinars from the Backend

Webinar enhancements are crucial not only for your audience, but for you and your team as well. Whoever is managing the presentation for your company, it is essential to have the necessary updates that will make your webinars more user-friendly. Although it is not an easy process, enhancement projects from the backend can result to better usability and experience to both audience and presentation manager. This is also a…

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Webcast Notifications

Use the new Webcast Notifications panel for alerts and suggestions on setting up your webcast. Within 72 hours of a webcast live start time, an icon will appear next to the webcast title on the My Webcasts page. The icon will notify you about important issues that need to be addressed, such as no slides uploaded or an on-demand or simu-live webcast has not yet been published.

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What are the Major Benefits of Using Webinars

Many companies and business owners choose webinar as part of their strategy for lead generation, marketing, sales, and customer education. In order to understand it, it’s best to take a look at the many benefits of this platform. Short lead time You don’t need months to plan and complete a webinar presentation. Usually, it only takes four to six weeks to have an up and running webinar and it…

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Updated Webcam Application

With an eye on usability, the webcam application has been updated with a new look and feel, including new features such as an audio level meter, picture-in-picture, and a connection quality detector. Clicking the “Help” button will present the user with options to improve a weak connection. The warning message will only display before “Start Live” has been pressed so a live webcast will not be disrupted.

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Support for PC Microphone

Presenters can now use their USB connected PC Microphone to present live using the new “Present Using PC Microphone” webcast type. This enables presenters to connect directly to the webcast over the Internet rather than dialing out using a separate phone. Up to 10 presenters can connect to the presentation manager tool during the live webcast and switch between themselves using the built-in application. The PC Microphone interface in…

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Pulse Check allows a presenter to ask a question and quickly gauge audience participation

Pulse Check allows a presenter to ask a question and quickly gauge audience participation and comprehension during a live and Sim-2-Live webcast. With no set up required, the presenter asks the question verbally to the audience, and the audience responds thumbs up / thumbs down. To initiate a Pulse Check, click the icon in the bottom right of the Live View window to open the Pulse Check window. From…

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