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Take your next virtual meeting to new heights by adding a touch of Kings Island 

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

With many of us working from home, video conferencing has become the “new normal” as we connect with co-workers, family and friends. And for those missing Kings Island, our gallery of virtual backgrounds for mobile and desktop of some of your favorite attractions may deliver some small consolation that you can use on your next conference call.

Even if you don’t use video calls, these photos make for the perfect background for TikTok or as wallpaper for your mobile phone or desktop.

DOWNLOAD VIRTUAL BACKGROUNDS HERE

HOW TO:

  1. Use it as a virtual background on Zoom: On the mobile or desktop app, under settings make sure virtual backgrounds are enabled. Then when in a meeting, under the video button (on desktop) or the three dots ‘more’ button (on mobile), choose Virtual Backgrounds and upload your image. Note, make sure you have a clean background behind you. This does not work on Android devices or older iPhone models.
  2. Use it as a background in TikTok: Click the + button to create a new video. Under ‘Effects’ choose the Green Screen effect and upload your photo as a background.
  3. Use it as wallpaper for your mobile phone or desktop: Download your favorite image to your device and change wallpaper or desktop background in your settings.
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