Webinar - Live Stream details
- How to set up the Webinars?
- How do I extract a report?
This article teaches you how to chose the settings for your Webinar Live stream, this implies what the participants will see when they are connected during the live event.
How to set up the Webinars?
To set up your webinars, go to Webinar > Live Stream> Details.
The Details tab contains the settings for your webinar. There, you will be able to change your webinar's name and add a translation.
Choosing your Room Video Mode
Your Room Video Mode by default will be Live Studio. However, you will be able to change it if you want to.
Your other room video mode options (plan dependent) are
Click here for further information.
Room video latency
Even though the Live Studio will allow speakers to interact with users, they will experience latency in the Live preview, as is standard with live streaming technology.
Currently, we offer Mux as the video provider which has standard latency (20-30 seconds) and low latency (10-15 seconds) to choose from.
The dial-in feature allows speakers to join the webinar online from their phones. This option is useful for the ones who do not own a computer, do not have a microphone or speaker on their computer, or do not have access to a Wi-Fi network at the moment of the session. Click here if you wish to learn more about it.
Setting a room host
You can select who will be the host of the room. The host will need to be in the room to start the Live Studio stream and ensure that the session is being recorded. The host can be anyone from your attendee list
InEvent allows you to download any type of live broadcasting you created and use it to promote your webinars. Tick the checkbox to enable room recording.
Setting the maximum number of presenters
All administrators when entering a session can enable the camera and microphone, if you want to define the maximum number of administrators who will have that access in that room, just enter the amount in the Maximum number of presenters in the room field.
Speech to text transcription
By using our Speech to Text Transcription feature, you’ll be combining both speech recognition and live translation, which means your online events will now have real-time subtitles during your sessions.
Click here for further information on this feature.
You can select between two audio interpretation providers:
Livestream with Live Studio
To enable this, tick the checkbox and click here to learn more about streaming with Live Studio.
By default, the access policy is set to Yes. So the attendees will be able to join activities before their start time and after their end time.
If you wish to change this settings, click on Edit and select one of the options in the drop down menu. Press End to save the changes as displayed in the gif below:
If you enable this, users will receive an automatic notification about interactions added to this activity.
- Hide chat: will hide the Chat tab in this activity in the Virtual Lobby.
- Hide poll: will hide the Polling tab in this activity in the Virtual Lobby.
- Hide questions: will hide the Questions tab in this activity in the Virtual Lobby.
- Hide people: The People tab will be hidden from users in this room. Admins and speakers will still be able to see the tab.
- Hide files: will hide the Files tab in this activity in the Virtual Lobby
Interactions in the backend
You will be able to see attendees interactions in the backend by pressing these links:
How do I extract a report?
If you wish to generate a report, press Edit in the top right, and click Report or Report activity.
Once you click the button, a message will appear at the top of the screen, warning you that you will receive the file with the data in your email when the process is complete.