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Pre recorded video sections embedded in the zoom
The instructor pre-records their lesson, but watches along
everyone else and could stop and add responses to questions
and annotate the presentation with their own input and in
The result will seem like a presenter speaking live, with the
ability to respond in real
time at any minute.
This way we don't have to be worried about a bad connection
the presenter's side, cutting the sound, or forgetting to share
screen, and all that wasted time will be saved, with a neat
The presenter/instructor could also insert, alter and delete
parts of their presentation at will, just like preparing any
The zoom recording feature of course will take advantage of
pre-recorded iprezoom sections, with no need to process
For the next epidemic.
||During the previous (sp. current) pandemic I did online events by recycling video footage from pre-pandemic real-world events. The way we did it was use YouTube and set the video as a "premiere". Then both regular attendees, new attendees and the presenters typed their messages into the chat as the video played. It was surprisingly effective, though a bit freaky to be typing in "oops I shouldn't have said that, ignore that last comment" as my 3-years-youngers-elf spouted shite on the video. On the other hand it was also nice to be able to respond to questions in real time. So this idea is great but is kind of already in existence.