Up to 30 individuals may stream video from both their camera and screen in a group video chat, allowing 1000 people to view everything from online lectures to live rap fights.
Telegram has launched group video calls for up to 1000 users in New Delhi. Regular movies may be seen at 0.5 or 2x speed, while video messages record in greater quality and can be enlarged. All video conversations, including 1-on-1 calls, now include screen sharing with sound, and the messaging app offers a lot more.
Up to 30 individuals may stream video from both their camera and screen in a group video chat, allowing 1000 people to view everything from online lectures to live rap fights. “Until all people on Earth may join one group call and watch us yodel in joy (coming soon),” Telegram added.
Create a Voice Chat from the details page (in the menu on Android) of any group where you are an admin, then turn your video on to start a Group Video Call.
Without having to add another video to your collection, video messages are a simple way to check-in or share your surroundings. They now have greater quality, and you can expand a video message to take in all those extra pixels by tapping on it.
According to the site, pressing on an enlarged video message pauses it and allows you to fast forward or rewind it if you miss a word.
To record a video message, touch the Screen sharing feature, which has been expanded to incorporate the sound from your smartphone while broadcasting in any video chat.
You may swipe to pick a camera or share your screen instead when turning on video during any conversation and utilize the video preview to make sure everything is correct before going live, according to the firm.