Congratulations. You have set up your device to broadcast on Zoom and that's all there is to it.
The shocker is when you see yourself on your monitor and think “hey, I don't look like that”.
The truth is you don't. Most device video call mechanisms reduce the quality of your appearance. That is the nature of the beast. And while, just having the ability to talk with video is a huge technological achievement, in the workplace it needs to be better.
It takes a lot to look normal. This means in order to look as you do in person, a lot of artifice is necessary in the video call universe. As discovered in television broadcasting, the higher the level of artifice, the more realistic the broadcast.
This article argues that you want to achieve a realistic looking broadcast when meeting in video calls online. Anything less is a distraction and draws attention away from you.
By now, the list of things that you need to address to look realistic on camera has become common.
And although, the maintenance of this attention to detail may feel daunting, it serves how well you are perceived.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought this awareness to the forefront. And luckily, though we may not live with Covid-19 forever, we will live a lot longer with video calls.
That is why for now, and the future, learning and implementing what it takes to broadcast realistic video calls will always pay dividends.
We urge you to take advantage of the services offered with Fine Tune Your Zoom. We will get your video call broadcast look up to speed, and keep it there.