There’s an awful lot more content being produced on Zoom. Over the last week as gym instructors, chefs and teachers have been flocking to the Zoom video conferencing platform to communicate with audiences worldwide.
The typical kit being used is a laptop, phone or iPad. The typical result is tinny audio with muffled voices, slightly blurred video and a really distracting, busy background.
Let’s not kid ourselves. We’re not going to get broadcast results in a flash. But there are three simple steps we can all take to improve matters no end.
For a slicker production you can add on-screen graphics and titles with Wirecast, split the screen between the video and a presentation using Epiphan Pearl-2 or Inogeni Share 2. Or you can create TV with the ATEM Mini, but that’s for later.