Use PDF Reader to make video conferencing more effective (Slideshow, Screen Recording, Write on Screen & Whiteboard)


As more schools move to hold remote classes amid the COVID-19 outbreak, there are some companies, like Zoom, Cisco, and Cyberlink, offering free software for institutions looking to offer online lessons. Below are 4 tips to help you most effectively use our solutions when using video conferencing tools for meetings and classes: 

Get Prepared (Using Zoom as an Example)


  1. Launch Zoom on your device
  2. Start a meeting and tap “Share Content”
  3. Choose “Screen” from the menu to start the screen sharing function
  4. Then switch to the PDF Reader app

(Note: Due to the privacy and security issues, you could consider other options if you need a highly private and secure tool for video conferencing, like WebEx, Google Hangouts Meet, and Microsoft Team.)



Turn PDFs into Slideshow


Use the slideshow mode to make presentations or you could annotate the PDF directly.

  1. Open the PDF version of textbook
  2. Tap the “More” button on the top right corner
  3. Tap “Slideshow” to turn on the feature
  4. You can control slides directly from your iPad



Write on Your Screen Directly


You can make notes with handwritings when in Slideshow mode.

  1. Tap on the “More” button on the bottom for the on-screen tools
  2. Choose pen and color 
  3. Enhance your presentations with scribbling 

(Note: The on-screen markings in slideshow mode won’t be added to the PDF.)




Explain Everything with Screen Recording


You can record all of your on-screen activities with slideshow mode. Then you can choose to save in the local device or upload it to your Youtube channel for sharing.

  1. Enter the slideshow mode
  2. Tap the “Recorder” on the top right corner
  3. Enable the access of you camera and microphone
  4. Start recording




Use NoteLedge as a Whiteboard (iPad Only)


NoteLedge is a multimedia note-taking app. You can use it as a whiteboard for further discussion.

  1. Launch the NoteLedge app
  2. Create a new notebook
  3. Write and draw on the blank page as a whiteboard
  4. You also can clip any content from websites as references








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