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Showing Google Slides in livestreams

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Showing Google Slides in livestreams
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #80 • View online
For years, the space podcast I co-host used Hangouts on Air to record live episodes. When Google shut it down, we switched to StreamYard.
Besides making for a suitable replacement, StreamYard offers additional video streaming features such as screen layout controls, banners, and more. Google Slides is an ideal companion for a cloud platform like StreamYard as there’s nothing to download and you don’t need local processing resources.
Have a look at the article on running a Google Slides presentation in StreamYard, which may come in handy also in educational and business settings.
— Paolo Amoroso | @amoroso

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