At Zoom Academy Japan, such a situation is called a hybrid seminar.
If you share the screen on a computer connected to Zoom and project it on a projector, the faces of the people participating in Zoom will also be displayed on the screen.
Here are two solutions.
At the time of the hybrid seminar, the seminar is proceeding with the faces of the people participating in Zoom being seen.
Therefore, if you share the screen and use a projector to project the material on the screen of the venue in a large size, the faces of the people participating in Zoom will also be projected on the screen.
This is pretty hard to see.
1. 1. Use “Video Panel Non-Teaching”
In such a case, you can hide the participants’ faces by clicking “Video panel non-teaching” from “Details”.
Still, the meeting ID and the bar that says “Stop sharing” will remain.
Also, if you end screen sharing while it is displayed on the screen, the state of Zoom’s gallery view and speaker view will also be displayed on the screen.
The perfect solution to this problem is to use the following extended view.
2. 2. Use extended view
In fact, when you connect the projector to a computer, it is already a ” Diar monitor environment “ I a.
In other words, two displays are connected to a personal computer.
However, many people who use projectors
A projector is a projector that projects the same screen that is currently displayed on a personal computer.
This is a mistake in the first place!
If you are using Windows 7, 8 or 10 with the projector connected, try pressing the Windows key + P.
Then, the following display will appear.
When the same screen as the personal computer is also displayed on the screen, ” Duplicate ” of the above display ” is enabled.
Since it is a duplicate, it means that the screen of the main monitor is duplicated on the second monitor.
Here ” extensionChange “.
Then, the range of the screen of the personal computer extends to the main monitor and the second monitor, that is, the screen.
Here, the Zoom screen is displayed on the computer display (first monitor), and the materials you want to share are displayed on the screen (second monitor).
That way, people looking at the screen at the venue will not be able to see the Zoom-related displays at all.
Also, when sharing the screen with people who are participating in Zoom, select “Screen 2” or select the material displayed on the screen.
Now, the Zoom related display and the material you want to show are completely separated.
Please refer to this site for how to switch between “Duplicate” and “Extended” on Mac.
Use an external monitor on your Mac