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- How is HQ Webinar different from other webinar applications?
- Do the attendees need any software or app to download?
- Will I be able to host, attend a webinar in my MAC?
- What is the difference between chats and Q&A in a webinar?
- Can I record my webinars for future viewing?
- Is HQ webinar secure to use?
HQ webinar stands out from other webinar apps by providing a platform where both pre recorded as well as live streaming of seminars can be streamed with no lag or delay.
You can also hold paid webinars where attendees could be charged, thereby maximizing profit margins tremendously.
No, this is completely browser based platform, so the attendees can directly join directly in browser without having to download anything.
Yes you can. However, to do so, the following system requirement are needed:
• Mac OS X 10.6 – Snow Leopard or newer
• Intel processor (1GB of RAM or better recommended)
• Cable modem, DSL, or better Internet connection
The chat feature in the webinar allows organizers to send private messages to panelists or broadcast messages to all attendees. The Q&A feature,on the other hand, allows attendees to send text questions to organizers and panelists, who can respond with answers privately or to the entire audience.
Yes you can! To do so, on your organizer control panel, click the View menu and select Recording to open the Recording pane. Click the Settings button in the Recording pane and confirm that your Audio and Video options are set appropriately.
Click OK to save any new settings. Then, click the Start Recording button to begin recording. Click Stop Recording to pause or stop recording completely. Clicking Start Recording again will continue recording to the same file.
Yes, HQ Webinar is completely private and secure. All of our features have end-to-end Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption.