A webcast is broadcasting live video over the Internet. It’s not tied to formats, compatible devices, or anything else. If someone is doing a live stream and it’s done over the Internet, it’s a webcast.
Today we get many webcast platforms like Zoom, GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar, Google Meet, , Webex, Skype, YouTube, etc. (We have a special Vevox App integration for Microsoft Teams).
Vevox works with these platforms – all you have to do is share your screen when broadcasting.
We do not currently have specific tailormade integrations with these platforms, but Vevox will operate 100% when you share your screen with your audience and run your polls as you would normally do on a separate tab on your browser. Make sure to select the right tab/application with Vevox questions on, when your webcast platform asks you to choose a screen for audience display.
Vevox can be displayed in either Microsoft PowerPoint (for PC’s only) or in present view (for Mac’s and PC’s).
Check this short video on how to use Vevox for online meetings & classes:
Interested in how you can embed Vevox into your platform as an iframe? Read more about it in our 'Integrating Vevox with other event Apps' article.