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Play Recorded Audios
In Pane 1, select Audio to pull up the list of audio files that have been uploaded into the session.
Select the audio file and click the Play button.
To Download an audio file, click the Download button to save file to a location on your computer.
Use the on-screen tools to control the audio file as found in image below.
Play Recorded Video Files
In Pane 1, select Video to pull up the list of pre-recorded video files that have been uploaded into the session.
Select the video file and click the Play button.
To Download a video file, click the Download button to save file to a location on your computer.
Use the on-screen tools to control the video as found in image below.
Live Stream Web Cams
Click the solid gray web cam (shown with line through it) to invite a participant to start their web cam. It is found to the right of the participant's name.
Once the web cam is hollow , the participant can navigate to Pane 1, and click the camera button to start their web cam.
When the web cam is on, the camera icon turns green and can be seen by all Attendees.
When more than one camera is on the primary camera will be displayed at the top. Other cams will display in a horizontal filmstrip mode. Only the Host and Co-Presenter controls which camera is the primary.
When 6 cameras are actively streaming, the seventh camera will enable a scrolling option which will appear at the bottom right and left areas of Pane 1.
Click the Full Screen icon to place the top level camera as the primary camera in focus.
The other cameras will become hidden from the horizontal filmstrip and the main focus will be placed on the primary camera.
To Exit full Screen click the icon below. It will return the primary camera to the top position and the hidden cameras will appear in at the bottom in horizontal film strip mode again.
You can also view the cameras in Grid View once there are at least two cameras turned on and showing in Pane 1. Click the Pull Down menu in the upper left of Pane 1 and select Grid.
12 Cameras are viewable at one time when in Grid View.
PLEASE NOTE: There is a maximum of 50 Web Cams that can be turned on in a single room at one time.
Using Webcam Backgrounds and Filters
Jigsaw has made it easy to apply a background, overlay, or effect to your webcam using one of several free (or inexpensive) options. Here are a few we have tested and know work with webcams within a Jigsaw session. Click the name of the software to go to the website for that application.
This application is available free or as an inexpensive "lifetime" version. It is simple to use.
1. Once installed, open the application and select the background/filter of your choice.
2. In the Jigsaw session (or on the Landing Page before entering the session), simply select "Chromacam" as your camera.
3. When you apply that camera, you will see it in your Jigsaw session.
4. You can keep the ChromaCam window open and switch backgrounds without making any further changes in Jigsaw.
ManyCam also has free and lifetime versions available. There is a bit more work involved to use ManyCam, but it does have a lot of flexibility.
1. Start the app and choose the borders, backgrounds, objects, etc. you wish you use. You can choose many at the same time, layer them, and create more complex camera moods or environments, if you are the creative type.
2. In the Jigsaw session (or on the Landing Page before entering), simply select "ManyCam" as your camera.
3. When you apply that camera, you will now see it in your Jigsaw session.
Do you want to have some fun?? Snap Camera is more appropriate for relaxed environments and has more facial effects than full backgrounds. But, its head/face tracking and camera technology is one of the best! You can install it for free and use it when everyone needs some comic relief. It is also very simple to use!
1. Start the App and choose the “Lens” of your choice.
2. In my Jigsaw session (or on the Landing Page before entering), simply select "Snap Camera" as your camera.
3. Apply that Camera choice, and you are now Grogu/Baby Yoda (or the character/lens filter of your choice)!
Essentially, any of these apps, set themselves up as a virtual camera. Simply select the one of your choice as your camera in Jigsaw, and you are set!
Overlay Web Cam
While in the top primary camera position, the Maximize All feature found in Panes 1, 2, 3 and 4 will turn the primary camera into an overlay web cam. The web cam will be located on the bottom left corner. Once Maximize all is released, the primary camera will return back to its position in Pane 1.
Personal Web Cam Recording
Personal Web Cam Recording is an add-on features that allows the presenter to record live web cams. This was previously known as Role-Play Recording. To learn more, visit Personal Web Cam Recording in Pane 1.