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Instagram’s new practice mode will help you avoid live video goof ups

14/10/2021

If you’ve attended an Instagram live video session, you know that the first couple of minutes are dedicated to the host and guests syncing up. Sometimes it all goes smoothly, but the other times it’s just messy. To avoid live video startup mistakes, Instagram is adding a new feature called ‘practice mode.’...
If you’ve attended an Instagram live video session, you know that the first couple of minutes are dedicated to the host and guests syncing up. Sometimes it all goes smoothly, but the other times it’s just messy. To avoid live video startup mistakes, Instagram is adding a new feature called ‘practice mode.’ It’ll let you and your guests join the live video before it’s broadcasted to your followers. This will help you set up the video and check the sound, light, and stability of connections so it looks like a professional production when it goes live. The firm said the…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Instagram If you’ve attended an Instagram live video session, you know that the first couple of minutes are dedicated to the host and guests syncing up. Sometimes it all goes smoothly, but the other times it’s just messy. To avoid live video startup mistakes, Instagram is adding a new feature called ‘practice mode.’ It’ll let you and your guests join the live video before it’s broadcasted to your followers. This will help you set up the video and check the sound, light, and stability of connections so it looks like a professional production when it goes live. The firm said the…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Instagram
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