Creating a webinar

Everything you need to know for creating your first webinar

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Creating a webinar

Select webinar type

With WebinarGeek, you have the option to create a live webinar, an automated webinar or an on demand webinar.
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Choose a title

What’s the name of the game?
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Webinar language

Create a webinar in a different language. At this time it is possible to create your webinar in Dutch, English, Spanish, French and German.
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Setting date and time

How to change the date, time and how to cancel a webinar in WebinarGeek.
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Estimated duration of your webinar

Set an estimated duration of your live webinar so people know what to expect during the registration process.
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Access control

When creating a webinar, you can easily choose how viewers can register for your webinar.
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Extra broadcast(s)

Add extra webinar broadcasts to reach more audience.
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Offering a replay

A replay is a recording of your live webinar. After your webinar you have the choice to offer your replay to viewer and non-viewers.
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Connect the webinar to a webinar series

Connect webinars together to create a webinar series. A useful feature for example for creating a course with different lessons.
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Copying a webinar

Keep your settings from your old webinar? That is possible with WebinarGeek. Simply copy the settings from your old webinar to your new one.
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Edit webinar

Edit your webinar whenever you want. Save your webinar as a draft or edit your webinar after you have published it.
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Realtime page editor

You can fully adjust various pages, such as the registration, confirmation page, etc. to your own style in the handy real-time page editor.
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Registration process

Registration options

With WebinarGeek you have many registration options. For example, create a registration page from an embed form on your website.
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Registration page

The first step in the registration process is the registration page. Here, you’ll end up automatically after creating the webinar.
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Registration fields

The registration- and consent fields make up the registration form. With these fields you’ll be able to collect the required information.
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Watch without registration

Set a direct link up to view the webinar without registration, only a first name is required if desired.
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Confirmation page

After someone has registered for the webinar, this person ends up on the confirmation page. You can change this page.
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Embed form

The embed form allows visitors of your website or blog to register for your webinar without actually having to leave your website or blog.
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Payments

With WebinarGeek it’s very simple to organize paid webinar sessions. Request a payment from viewers to participate in a webinar.
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Integrations per webinar

A connection with your favorite email marketing software will enable you to directly add a webinar subscriber to a list.
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Registration settings

Here you can continue the registration process and adjust it to your liking.
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Test a webinar

Open test webinar

By failing to prepare, you prepare to fail. That’s why it’s essential to test a webinar well beforehand.
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Test video and audio

When starting the test webinar for the first time, your browser will ask for permission to use your camera and microphone.
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Invite a test attendee

You can invite someone to view the test webinar. The test webinar can only be viewed from Google Chrome on a desktop or laptop.
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Test it as a viewer

Test your webinar before doing your real webinar. This way you avoid surprises and you are well prepared.
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Start test webinar

See how easily you can start a test webinar to check you video and audio.
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Testing screen share

First, open your dry run. Click on the screen share icon under the video to share your screen.
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Test interactions

In the control panel, choose the "lightning" icon on the right side. Select your call to action, poll or info box in the drop down menu.
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Chat with test viewers

Right is the control panel. The tab with one speech bubble is the private chat. And the tab with two speech bubbles is the public chat.
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Test presentations

When opening the live (test) environment, you’ll immediately be able to see the camera and presentation on screen.
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Test video injections

You can only start a video injection after going live. Select the video you’d like to play and choose "Play Video".
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Broadcast a webinar

System requirements

An overview with minimal system requirements for the host and participants of webinars.
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Final preparations for your live broadcast

The time has come for you to start a live webinar. The final preparations are being made and we are happy to help you with this!
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Start your live webinar

Setting up and starting your live webinar.
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Change your cam/mic during the webinar

During a webinar you can choose another webcam or microphone. In this way you can be seen from different angles.
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Start interactions

In this guide we will teach you everything about how you can start an interaction during your webinar.
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Participants list

As a presenter you can see the list of participants/viewers before, during and after you have been live.
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Operating chat

In this guide we will teach you everything about how you operate the chat during your live webinar.
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Start a presentation

Read here how to start a live presentation in WebinarGeek. Click on "Open live webinar" in the webinar dashboard to get to the webinar room.
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Start video injection

Read here how to start a video injection in the WebinarGeek app. Please note: you can only start the video when you are live!
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Screen sharing

Click on "Open live webinar" in the webinar dashboard to get to the live environment. From there you press the "screen" icon.
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Optimal broadcast quality

Optimal broadcast quality with WebinarGeek. The image and audio are in HD quality and in real time.
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Resume or restart a live webinar

Read here how you can resume or restart your live webinar after you have been disconnected from the internet.
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Broadcasting using RTMP

Streaming via RTMP is an advanced feature only available as an add-on to the Advanced package. Contact us if you are interested!
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Replays

Recording live webinar

There will always be an automated recording of your live webinar. The recording starts when you press ‘Start live webinar’ and it will....
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Configure the replay

When creating a live webinar you can configure the replay. The replay will be enabled by default, click on the switch to disable the.....
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Change replay settings

You always have the option to change the replay availability for each individual broadcast. Do this in your replay settings.
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Offering replay in limited availability

Click on your webinar > Replay> Settings. Click on the switch at Availabilityand set the availability for a specific date and time.
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Receive questions

During the on demand webinar there is a possibility that viewers can ask questions. You can set this up at any moment.
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Send replay emails

As soon as the replay is available, you can start sharing it. You can either send out a replay email to everyone that subscribed.
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Share public watch link

The public link is a unique link for each replay that can be easily shared.
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Download replay

The video file of the replay can be downloaded as an MP4 file after your webinar.
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View replay statistics

The replay statistics can be found in the statistics of your webinar.
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Edit replay

After downloading your webinar you can edit the replay with video editing software. Camtasia is an example of a popular editing tool.
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Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions about replays.
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