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i have an issue - next week i will do a WEBINAR in Zoom with my own account, but i want to simultaniously stream that webinar also in a MEETING of a friend of mine, who has another Zoom-ID. (because we want to reach more customers)
is it possible? what do you think, ist there a solution?
The short answer is that Zoom does not have the ability to feed one session into another session.
It is possible to do, however, with a variety of other software. Such a setup is not trivial, and involves a user being logged into your webinar and their meeting simultaneously (likely on two different computers, though there are ways to do this in one PC). Tools like OBS or vMix are the ones I’d recommend; OBS is free and the simplest of the two, with vMix being a subscription software with many additional capabilities.
If you’re interested in pursuing this, let me know and I’ll try to provide some additional guidance.