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Video and audio files, like other files, should be uploaded into the WebEx viewer prior to the start of the session so that they're ready to use when the time comes. Do this by choosing the Share menu, choose File, then navigate to where that file is stored on your own drive. When you click Open, you'll see the file load into the viewer window on a new tab.
You'll see the first frame of a video file with the Play button prominently displayed in the middle of the screen. You also see additional information along the lower edge of the video screen. You can see a Play button, a scroll button that allows you to move ahead to a specific point in the file, you can see the duration of the video file, audio controls, and full-screen controls. This button allows you to increase the size of the image.
I'll click on Play to show you a sample. (video playing) (video playing) If you need to remove the video file from the viewer, of course you can click the X in the top right corner of the tab. If you have an audio file to share, you can use the same procedure, Share > File, navigate to where that file is loaded, and double-click the filename to open the audio file.
The only image you will see is an icon representing the audio file. When you click Play, you and the participants will also hear the audio file. (audio playing) As you can see, uploading audio and video files is as easy as uploading any other file into the software interface. Be sure to load the file and test it in advance to make sure that it looks right to the participants on their screens.
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