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Troubleshoot live streaming
You can follow the steps below when you encounter problems while participating in the live broadcast. Issue 1 - A quota limit has been set for this course. You cannot enter the class until a student leaves the class. A live broadcast quota for 150 people is determined for each lesson. In order for the broadcast to be effective, a maximum of 150 people should attend. For this reason, even if the 151st person is the administrator, he cannot enter the class. Issue 2 - Use
What should be the minimum internet speed?
For instructors and students participating in the live broadcast, we recommend that they have the following internet speeds. For all users (minimum) 1.0 Mbits/sec upload 3.0 Mbits/sec download For instructors who want to share their screen (at least) 2.0 Mbits/sec upload 5.0 Mbits/sec download The same bandwidth recommendations apply to mobile devices: For the best results for mobile devices, we recommend using intern
What are the minimum requirements to participate in the live broadcast?
You must use a computer or mobile phone to participate in the live broadcast. Minimum requirements may vary depending on the device or browser used. We recommend that all students check their device and browser before joining the live stream. For computer users Chrome Firefox - (Recommended) *Edge For mobile users IOS: Safari Android: Chrome or Firefox (Recommended) IE and EDGE browsers are not supported on mobile devices.
When will live lesson replays be uploaded?
In case of your live lessons, your lesson repetitions are uploaded between 4-6 hours. Note: This period may be extended from time to time. There may be an error in the registration system and you may be asked to watch the recordings of the previous week's lesson. (Rarely)
What is the 150 Person Limit?
During the live broadcast, a quota of 150 people has been determined in order to preserve the quality of the lesson. In almost every training, instructors and students can participate in the live broadcast and complete the training in an interactive way. Although the lessons are usually held as videos, the instructor broadcasts live at certain times to answer the questions of the students and answer the questions. The participation limit for these broadcasts is 150. Regardless of the number
What time will the classes be held?
You can see the course hours of the education you have registered in the distance education system. When your lesson starts date, go to your lesson page and check the Upcoming Events section. When you install a mobile application, you can follow the events and receive notifications from the calendar section.
Customize the live broadcast screen
You can customize the live broadcast screen as you wish while the live lesson is being held. You can drag the instructor's camera to a desired area. By default, the instructor's camera is displayed at the top or bottom of the slide when the training starts. Students can drag the camera image to the top of the slide or to the bottom of the slide to see only the ins