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Present a Webinar: How to Present Using Webcam
Present a Webinar: How to Present Using Webcam
Updated over a week ago

Ever feel like your webinar presentations lack that certain... spark? Maybe your audience seems a little disengaged, scrolling through emails or checking their phones. The secret weapon to transform your webinar from a snoozefest to a dynamic experience? You! By using your webcam, you can connect with your audience on a deeper level, boost engagement, and truly own the virtual stage.

Why Use a Webcam During Webinars?

The benefits of incorporating your webcam are plentiful:

  • Build Trust and Rapport: Seeing your face allows you to connect with your audience on a more personal level, fostering trust and rapport that text and slides alone can't achieve.

  • Enhance Engagement: Your facial expressions and body language can add a layer of nonverbal communication, making your presentation more engaging and dynamic.

  • Humanize the Experience: Let your personality shine through! A webcam allows your audience to connect with the person behind the presentation, making the learning experience more relatable.

Setting Up Your Webcam:

Getting started with your webcam is a breeze:

  1. Check Your Hardware: Ensure your computer has a built-in webcam or that you have an external webcam connected and properly installed.

  2. Test Your Connection: offers a way to test your webcam and microphone functionality before the live session. This allows you to troubleshoot any potential issues beforehand. Click here to learn more.

How to Present Using Webcam

Ready to take the plunge? Let's get started!

  1. Login to the Presenter Console by entering your First Name, Last Name, and Email Address in the provided boxes, then click Login.

  2. Upon entering, a prompt at the top-right corner of the page will ask you a selection of how you want to connect. Select Computer.

  3. Another selection will appear. Select Use Camera.

  4. Once successfully connected, ensure that your audio and video feeds are good before starting the presentation.

    1. Audio - The volume meter (blue wave) at the controls section should be moving while you speak.

    2. Video - The Media Player window should display your webcam feed.

NOTE: Presenters will be automatically muted initially after fully connecting to the Presenter Console.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • My console is stuck in Connecting, what do I do?

    If you are unable to successfully connect after selecting Use Camera, there's a good chance that your browser is not yet allowing you to use your device's microphone. To configure your browser permission, follow the steps below:

    Google Chrome

    Mozilla Firefox

Have other concerns about connecting to the console? Check out our other helpful articles!

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