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Brown conch shell
Lightning storm by night
Northern lights in the mountains
Sky of stars above snowy mountain
Breaking sea wave
Polar lights above dark forest
Golden forest pathway
Clouds resting on mountains
Lone starfish in the Caribbean Sea
Ciucas Peak in the morning
Village on mountain cliff during orange sunset
Sunset in Hawaii
Hot air balloons in the sky
Sand landscape in Morocco
Blue lake and green shore
Pathway leading to rock formation
Forest full with yellow trees
Waterfall in icy mountain landscape
River beneath the Yosemite cliffs
Niagara Falls during sunrise
Road in dark forest
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How to add a virtual background
Pick an image for your webinar from this background library. Or chose one of your own!
Go to your webinar and select the ✨ icon and choose for 'Upload custom background'.
You can even change the virtual background during your webinar. It makes your webinar very dynamic!
Virtual backgrounds enhance online livestreams and events by featuring images in the backdrop. The best free virtual background pictures often transport viewers to serene beaches, tranquil offices, or cozy cafes.
Changing your virtual meeting background on Microsoft Teams is a breeze. Simply look below the image on the meeting's preview screen, and you'll spot the "Background filters" option. Click on it, and all your background choices will pop up on the right side of the screen. To add your own virtual image, select "Add New."
WebinarGeek proudly offers an impressive collection of over 100 high-quality virtual background photos, spanning a wide array of themes. Explore categories like sports, home settings, outdoor scenes, and celebratory moments. We've got everything you need to transform your virtual space and keep your audience engaged. Explore our diverse selection today!
Do the following for crystal-clear virtual backgrounds in Microsoft Teams: opt for images with a resolution of at least 1920 x 1080 pixels whenever possible. It's also essential that your background photos have a horizontal orientation and an aspect ratio of 16:9.
To use virtual background images in Microsoft Teams, both Mac and Windows users need a minimum 2-core processor. Windows users should have Windows 10 or a later version, or a processor equipped with an AVX2 instruction set to enable background effects. Mac users should be using one of the three most recent versions of macOS.
If you encounter any hiccups while using virtual background images in Microsoft Teams, take a few simple steps. Ensure that both Microsoft Teams and your computer's operating system are up to date, and verify that your web browser is also current. Additionally, reach out to your account administrator to check if they intentionally disabled the virtual background feature.