Setting up Zoom Meetings involves a few details if you want the best quality. Video: Select the input device as the Camera Video: Select the aspect ration of your video, Standard (4:3) or HD (16:9) Video: Do not "mirror" your video. If you are recording for a client, rename your window with their name. Audio: Select the input device as the Microphone Audio: Turn Auto Volume off. Set the level manually using a test tone if possible. I use a 1000 Hz slate tone set at -20 dB, so that the Zoom meter reads 50%. Audio: Set the "Original Sound" options in the advanced page Audio: Disable echo cancellation, enable high fidelity music, and enable Use stereo audio, Audio" Enable "Original Sound" in the main window, in the top left corner. Someone needs to monitor the Zoom meeting from a computer or tablet, and communicate with the participants or host. Log in as a participant on a separate device than the one you are using for the meeting, Make sure the sound is not picked up by your production microphone(s) or audible to the presenter (the 1/2 second delay is stressful), preferably by using headphones or ear pods. You could use the slate mic or set up a mic for voice com, but but the others can't see you. It's easier to use a separate device. If you do this professionally, buy a subscription to Zoom. It starts at $150/year, but gives you unlimited meeting time and more options setting up.