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Video wall: Connecting all audiences

Twebcast's video wall feature creates a bridge between online and onsite events, allowing everyone to join with their video and become a visible part of the event.

Introduction

A video wall creates participation and community that is difficult to achieve in other ways when not everyone is participating physically.

Create a sense of community with the video wall

A video wall where you see the audience is the perfect bridge between online and onsite events. Everyone can join with their video and becomes a visible part of the event. This creates a participation and community that is difficult to achieve in other ways. The participants themselves choose whether they want to be on the video wall or not. Tip: You can also build video walls of specific segments, such as the managers being visible all the time.

Engage the audience

Why not run a dance battle during your event? The video wall feature allows participants to join with their video and sound, creating an engaging and interactive experience. This is just one example of how the video wall feature can be used to increase the quality of your broadcast and make your event feel more present.

Boost the quality of your broadcast with the video wall

A video wall is a much appreciated way to increase the quality of a broadcast. By allowing participants to join with their video and sound, the video wall feature creates a more engaging and interactive experience for everyone watching.

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Video wall

Video wall

A video wall where you see the audience is the perfect bridge between online and onsite events.

Everyone can join with their video and becomes a visible part of the event. To join with video (and also sound) creates a participation and community that is difficult to achieve in other ways. Why not run a dance battle? It also gives the studio a feeling of a present audience. A video wall is a much appreciated way to increase the quality of a broadcast. The participants themselves choose whether they want to be on the video wall or not.

Tip:

You can also build video walls of specific segments, such as the managers being visible all the time.

Want to create an event with this feature?

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Video wall

A video wall where you see the audience is the perfect bridge between online and onsite events.

Everyone can join with their video and becomes a visible part of the event. To join with video (and also sound) creates a participation and community that is difficult to achieve in other ways. Why not run a dance battle? It also gives the studio a feeling of a present audience. A video wall is a much appreciated way to increase the quality of a broadcast. The participants themselves choose whether they want to be on the video wall or not.

Tip:

You can also build video walls of specific segments, such as the managers being visible all the time.

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