Using videoconferencing enhances the communication and the meeting becomes more dynamic. Showing a live video of the speaker adds a psychological connection between the audience and the presenter. It's more personable, and it gives people something to look at while the presenter is speaking.
Humans are very good at reading facial expressions and subtle nonverbal cues, which a good speaker can use to facilitate communication
Once you have a supported camera, you can use the video feature in a meeting.
In an open meeting, click on the Video Camera button next to your name in the Participant list. This will show your video feed for all attendees,
You and your attendees can also use the video feature in a meeting. If you and your attendee/s are going to be using their webcams, They simply click on the video camera next to their name in the Participant list.
Your web camera should have features that allow you to manipulate the video’s clarity and other options if needed.
To stop streaming the video click on the Video Camera button.
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