In 2021, Zoom will be the new standard in live streaming. However, StreamYard is still a strong competitor and has many loyal fans.
Zoom vs. StreamYard
Streaming and video conferencing have gone a long way. Tools like Zoom and StreamYard have grown quickly in response to the fast shift in the workplace. So, how would you compare StreamYard with Zoom? In this blog article, we’ll discover out.
Disclaimer: Because Zoom has so many features, this comparison focuses only on the Zoom meetings section (Zoom Meetings).
a brief introduction
Because you were looking for StreamYard vs. Zoom, I’m assuming you already know what they are, but just in case you don’t, here’s a short primer. StreamYard is a streaming and conferencing platform that runs on the web. It enables streaming on sites like YouTube and Facebook. You may share your computer screen with others if you invite them.
Zoom Meetings, on the other hand, is ideal for conferences. It’s a standalone conferencing platform with recording features. You may host and attend meetings, and it includes features like talking and changing backdrops, making it a one-stop shop.
- There is no need to create an account: Both technologies allow you to attend meetings without creating an account. Meetings, on the other hand, need an account.
- Send direct messages to meeting participants or share your thoughts with the whole group by commenting.
- Silence participants: You may mute people as a host.