How can I add a live video stream in Wisembly?

You can now add Live media on your Wiz. By displaying a window inside your platform showing your video stream (from your video-conference solution screen), Wisembly enables your participants to enjoy a richer content. 

1. Set up the Live Media

In order to offer this feature to your participants, your need to add the link to your video-conference or screen sharing tool (e.g. livestream, appear.in, join.me, etc).
All the softwares displayable on a web browser can be integrated in your Wiz. You can actually add a link to any web page with this method. 

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1 - Go to Configure > Modules > Remote meeting

2 - Choose the provider you want to use to integrate the video (here, Youtube Live)

3 - Here, paste the link of the Live. For more information, please check the articles corresponding to each provider, right after the field.

4 - Preview here the live you just integrated.

5 - In the case of Audio Streams, you can check this option to hide the video only.

6 - Don't forget to Save.

 

2. How does it work for your participants?

Once you have added a Live Media in your settings, a new button is available on the participants' interface. It enables them to open the Live Media window. 

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In order to do so, go to the Run section, and then in the Streams tab. Activate the Audio/Video stream Module.

It now appears in the participant's interface. Its position depends on the display of documents. The participant can decide on how he/she wants to watch the video.

The participant's interface with the Audio/Video stream, without any document displayed : 

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The participant's interface with the Audio/Video stream, with a document displayed :

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1 - By default, the document is displayed in fullscreen in the left part of the interface.

2 - The audio/video stream is displayed at the bottom right of the window, for the participant to view the document.

3 - Thanks to these buttons, the participant can control the way the video is displayed in his interface.