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Infinity mirroring and how to prevent it when screen-sharing
Infinity mirroring and how to prevent it when screen-sharing

When sharing your entire screen, you will see an infinity mirroring effect. Here's how to prevent it.

Updated over a week ago

Infinity Mirroring occurs when the tab or window you're sharing contains the Seqeul Virtual Stage that you are sharing into. This causes an effect similar to putting two mirrors across from each other, hence, infinity mirroring. You can avoid this issue by sharing a Chrome tab or window of your content, as opposed to your entire screen.

You can also avoid this with a dual monitor setup, which is recommended for Hosts and Presenters. A dual monitor setup allows for full visibility over the Virtual Stage and the content, at all times i.e. you will not have to lose sight of the Virtual Stage when sharing the window or tab of your presentation.

With dual monitors, you will use one monitor to share your content, and one monitor to have the Sequel Virtual Stage or Networking Hub open to view, react, and engage with the chat in real-time!


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