Stage Layouts

Modified on Tue, 10 May 2022 at 08:35 AM

The Studio backstage lets you choose suitable layouts to arrange the different elements added to the stage.

The stage setup varies for the diverse events and session types in an event. For example, a two-tile layout can be used for a 1 on 1 interview and a theatre-style layout for a one-to-many session like a keynote speech or presentation and more.

You can switch between any layout and based on your selection Zuddl displays the stage elements or speakers.
The different types of layouts are shown below:
  1. 2-Tiled view: the stage is split between medium-sized tile view of two active speakers on stage. This layout can be used for a 1:1 chat or interview. The speaker tiles are centered and give you enough space for branding.

  2. Large 2-tiled view: similar to 2-tiled view but with larger tiles which fills the stage. Because the speaker tiles are fit-to-stage, the scope of branding is relatively lesser.

  3. 3-Tiled view: slightly scaled down version of the 2-tiled view with additional space for a 3rd speaker. This layout can be utilised for panel or group discussion.

  4. Picture-in-picture: an apt layout for presentations where a small speaker thumbnail is floating over a relatively larger shared content.

  5. Theatre-style 1: a small horizontal thumbnail strip of recent speakers beneath a relatively larger display of either shared content or an active speaker.

  6. Theatre-style 2: a small vertical thumbnail strip of recent speakers displayed beside a relatively larger tile of either shared content or an active speaker.


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