How To Draw On Face Time? – Before We Get Into The Topic, let’s Learn Some Basic Of This Topic
HOW TO DRAW FACETIME & DISPLAY YOUR IPAD LIVE IN A VIDEO CHAT?
I’m currently working on several training materials and thought it would be useful to discuss from my experience how to share How To Draw on Facetime on your iPad from Zoom or Google Hangouts or any other video conferencing program.
Every meeting I attend, I find that I need to draw. These meetings happen almost every time I use the video conferencing software that my customers prefer. An iPad is much more intuitive than using a whiteboard. However, drawing on an iPad is a lot more efficient than using a whiteboard.
The system I developed over the past two years has proven to be reliable in all situations and for almost any application. All you need is a Macbook, an iPad/stylus, and a cable. Before you attempt this at a high stock meeting, I recommend that you do a test run with a friend.
STEP 1: SET UP
Using Airplay does not do the job for two reasons: endurance and reliability period. It is not possible to join straight from your iPad. For example, if you have a Zoom convention on your iPad, you can talk from a few programs, but drawing programs are not included.
STEP 2 – DISPLAY YOUR VIEW IN A QUICK TIME
- QuickTime can be started with an iPad connected via USB.
- Continue to File and select New Movie Recording.
- The screen will appear and could display your webcam. Click the record button to display a screen. Next, select your iPad as your cam.
- Mirror your iPad screen onto your computer!
STEP 3 – JOIN THE VIDEO CHAT
Connect your video seminar. Here is me and Silky in among our weekly Google Hangouts… (notice: if You’re using google hangouts, then You Have to create a scheduled conference phone — I have not been able to Talk about my display within an abysmal video phone initiated via a conversation )
STEP 4 – SHARE YOUR SCREEN
Find the “Screen“, or even “share display“Button
Choose to share a program instead of your entire display.
You can choose your Quicktime photo recording to use the program. This is what it looks like at Google Hangouts.
STEP 5: DON’T FORGET YOUR FOOD!
This is exactly what it looks like at its end…
STEP 6: LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE AN EASIER WAY!
It isn’t an easy process, I’ll admit. Each measure takes time, but it is possible. Do you have any ideas? You can leave your thoughts in the comments, or contact me to start a conversation.