Disney has released the imagery of Toy Story, Up, and Brave for download, and the users can set these as the virtual background for their Zoom calls. Zoom has gained much more popularity among the users than ever before. The main reason behind this growing popularity is the ongoing health outbreak, which has forced everyone to follow social distancing measures and stay at home. Amidst the lockdown and stay at home situation, most of the people have turned to use the Zoom video conferencing app to attend the remote meetings and to socialize with their friends and family. Even though the app is facing several issues of security concerns, still the number of its users is increasing each day. Zoom has become the most preferred video chat app for many of the users.
The features provided by the video chat app are also responsible for its ever-increasing demand. The video conferencing app allow a decent number of users to participate in a single chat for free. Another reason behind its growing popularity is its ability to switch out the backgrounds set as default for some other. This feature of the app has encouraged the companies to make available their imagery and artwork to set as backgrounds in the app. The companies which are scrambling their imagery and artwork include Disney also. The company has rolled out imagery of its several movies, including Toy Story, Up, and Brave. The imagery is available for download and can be set as the background for your Zoom app call. However, the users will not get a lot of choices to download from each movie, and only one image is available for download from each film. Among the provided options to download and set as background, the users will be allowed to choose between Andy’s room from the Toy Story, DunBroch forest, and Carl and Ellie’s house to set as their Zoom background.
Ways to Add Brave, Toy Story & Up as Zoom Backgrounds
The steps to set the imagery of the provided movies as the background for the Zoom app is quite easy once you have completed the downloading process. However, some of the steps may differ depending upon the type of device you have selected for downloading the imagery. If you are a Smartphone user and had saved the image, then remain active on the video conferencing chat and choose the Virtual Background while clicking on the menu. You will be redirected to the other menu, where you will find the location of different Zoom backgrounds. Additionally, when you click on + option, then it allows you to upload the Pixar artwork saved earlier. Once you upload the image, it will set as the background of your Zoom app call.
Alternatively, you can add this Pixar artwork through the Zoom desktop version without remaining in the call. You will need to tap on your icon of the profile while accessing your account in the Zoom app and then go to Settings. When the Settings will appear to you, select, and then tap on Virtual Background. The remaining steps are the same as you follow while setting the Pixar artwork as background in your Smartphone.
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