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GotoWebinar Pro Presenter Webcams Limit

We are trying to organize a panel webinar with 12 presenters and would like them all on webcam at the same time. It appears that no more than 6 can activate their webcam simultaneously. Is this a limit that can be adjusted or is increated in GotoWebinar Enterprise?

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Re: GotoWebinar Pro Presenter Webcams Limit

Six webcams on at one time is the limit in GoToWebinar.

And those webcams can be for only Panelists and Organizers.

 

You can promote up to 25 people in a single webinar to be Panelist or Organizer, and only those 25 people can be one of the six to show their webcam.

 

If you can do this event in GoToMeeting, then you can have up to 25 webcams at one time.

 

GoTo is working to increase the number of active webcams in GoToWebinar.

https://community.logmein.com/t5/GoToWebinar-Discussions/How-many-WebCam-s-can-be-used-during-a-GoTo... 

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Re: GotoWebinar Pro Presenter Webcams Limit

Six webcams on at one time is the limit in GoToWebinar.

And those webcams can be for only Panelists and Organizers.

 

You can promote up to 25 people in a single webinar to be Panelist or Organizer, and only those 25 people can be one of the six to show their webcam.

 

If you can do this event in GoToMeeting, then you can have up to 25 webcams at one time.

 

GoTo is working to increase the number of active webcams in GoToWebinar.

https://community.logmein.com/t5/GoToWebinar-Discussions/How-many-WebCam-s-can-be-used-during-a-GoTo... 

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Re: GotoWebinar Pro Presenter Webcams Limit

Thank you, this is a helpful clarification.

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Re: GotoWebinar Pro Presenter Webcams Limit

Hi,

 

As of June 30th 2020 GoToWebinar now supports sharing up to 25 webcams.

 

 

Glenn is a member of the LogMeIn Community Care Team.

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