Changing the Zoom wallpaper on a mobile phone (HP) and on a PC is actually easy to do, but sometimes you often forget how to do it. This can happen when you consider how often you use Zoom as a virtual meeting tool.
For that you need some kind of guideline to be able to change the Zoom background on a mobile phone or on a PC. Well, you’ve come to the right article. Because in this article we are going to talk about it. How was the discussion? Just look below.
How to Change the Zoom Wallpaper on a Mobile Phone
On a cell phone or cell phone, there is a separate way to change the zoom background image. This method can be used for Android and iPhone users to change the Zoom background image:
1. First install the Zoom application on the mobile phone you will be using.
2. You can search for it in Google Play Store or Apple App Store to download and install it.
3. When it is installed, you can tap the Zoom icon to open it or you can click the Zoom invitation to an online class or meeting.
4. Then you can click on the three dots at the bottom right of the screen.
5. An option will then appear on the Android phone and click on “Virtual Wallpaper”.
6. On iOS phones, “Wallpaper and Filters” will appear. Click on the menu card.
7. Then you can choose an existing image to use as the background.
8. To replace the image with your own image, click the plus (+) sign.
9. Upload an image and select the image as wallpaper.
10. Then you can click on “Close” and you can return to the lesson or meeting.
11. By following these steps you have successfully changed your Zoom background.
How to Change the Zoom Wallpaper on PC
On a PC, you can follow some of the steps in the points below. Like? Keep reading to the end, okay?
1. First install the Zoom application on your PC.
2. If you already have the application, open the Zoom link and log in to the account you have.
3. When you are logged in, click on the “Profile” menu.
4. Then click on the “Settings” menu that you can see in the top right corner of the screen.
5. Then click on the “Virtual Wallpaper” tab on the left side of the screen.
6. The next thing you can do is check the “I have a green screen” option.
7. After that, you can choose the image to be used as the background.
8. If you want to add a new image, click the “Plus” or (+) icon to add an image or video.
10. However, if you want to change the background while the meeting is in progress, you can click the icon with the picture “ᐱ “.
11. Then select “Choose virtual background” to change the image.
12. After that, the background will be replaced automatically.
13. By following these steps you have successfully changed your Zoom background.
Also read: Getting to know and use Zoom
Images that can be used for Zoom wallpapers
After you know how to change the background on Zoom, what kind of image or photo can be used as the background might become an interesting discussion worth listening to. Because actually there are no written rules that graphics and photos can be used, but if you are aware of this, your background can look nice, you know.
Actually, as quoted on the official Zoom website, there is no limit to the size of the image used as the background. So almost any image can be used and you don’t have to worry about choosing it.
That’s why it’s basically free to use any photo.
It’s just that the pixel size of the image used will affect the look of the background. For example, if you use a photo or image with a size of 360×420, the display that comes out is certainly not good. This is because the image looks like it has been stretched.
We recommend using HD images or images that already have a pixel size of 1080×1920 or larger. By using this format, you can display a nice and real looking background so that people will ask about the background.
Likewise, for videos that can be used as wallpaper from Zoom, there is no real limit. With videos, however, you can pay more attention to the format used, namely MP4 or MOV with a minimum resolution of 480×360 pixels or a maximum resolution of 1920×1080 pixels.
So you can change the Zoom wallpaper on your mobile and PC, right?