How To: Setup Video Conferencing at Your Work Place

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Story by Mobile Magazine

Video conferencing is becoming more important than ever before. As such, it’s important to know how you can set up whenever you’re supposed to be on a video conference call. It just doesn’t come naturally to most people to get in front of a camera and talk to people through the computer. Some people are self-conscious about the way they look or sound while others just are unaware what they’re doing can be seen by the people on the other end. Here are a few things you might want to take into consideration whenever you’re getting ready for your next video conference so it will go better.

Pay Attention to Your Surroundings

If you don’t have a dedicated video conference room, you’re going to have to make do with what you have. One of the things many people don’t give a lot of consideration to, according to The Huffington Post, is lighting. You need good lighting to be seen properly. For instance, if you decide you’re going to put yourself right in front of a window, you may end up showing up as a big black blob on the screen. This is because even when using great software from a company like Blue Jeans, it cannot control your camera or the light adjustments in the filters from your computer. The light from behind you will cause the camera to be less sensitive to light and you will not be seen at all. The light source should be above and behind the camera instead. You should also think about the wall behind you. If you have a design on the walls in your office or in your home, consider hanging something as your backdrop. This not only helps to keep the people you’re talking to from being distracted, it also helps to make sure you’re not getting lost in the background.

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