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How I can make my webinars more professional by adding the frames around the shared screen and the speaker's video and this frame work as branding for the event?
I hope i made it clear?
Generally this kind of thing needs to be complied outside of Zoom and then piped in back in. Though there may be more features getting built in directly into Zoom later down the time.
But for now: It depends on your workflows and whether the contributors are remote or local to you - or whether you are the presenter - and the size of your production - and budget. But generally you can put composites or super sources together in something like OBS or vMix in software, or there are hardware options if you want to go that way.
Check out these links for some further examples and information: