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Hi! The last platform I used had a "stimu-live" option, where much of the content was pre-recorded. But I hear that is not a best practise in Zoom. In a class I did last week, if you were the one sharing your screen and a video was playing, you couldn't click off of the screen you were sharing to check questions, etc.
1) Is the best practice in Zoom to go live and not use pre-recorded video?
2) If we are sharing a recording, is there a way to do so and still be able to click off of the monitor with the video playing without affecting the viewer experience?
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