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Zoom Studio Effects: How to use makeup filters in Zoom calls
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(Pocket-lint) – Zoom has a feature that lets you change your eyebrows, lip color and facial hair using filters. These look a lot like the filters you’d see on Instagram or Snapchat, but instead you use them in live Zoom calls.
The feature, called Studio Effects, debuted last fall and is still in beta. Pocket-lint has tested it and can verify that it works quite well. Want perfect brows for your next 8 a.m. call? Or maybe you want to scare your colleagues by walking into a meeting with bright purple lipstick and a mustache? Whatever the reason, it’s pretty easy to do.
How to find Zoom Studio effects
Open the latest version of Zoom on your Windows or Mac desktop, then follow these steps:
- Open Zoom.
- Tap the settings cog.
- From there, select Background and Filters.
- Click Studio Effects in the bottom corner.
How to Use Zoom Studio Effects
Once you have accessed Studio Effects in Zoom, you will see a filter options panel on the right. At the top, you can select different eyebrows to try out, followed by mustaches and beards, then at the bottom, you can try out lip colors. Simply choose a filter, then use the color wheel to change its hue and the opacity slider to adjust its transparency to your liking.
You’ll see each selection appear overlaid on your face in real time in a preview. If you really like these Zoom Studio Effects filters, in the right panel you can choose to apply them to all future meetings.
Want to learn more about Zoom tips and tricks?
Check out Pocket-lint’s Zoom guide here.
Written by Maggie Tillman. Edited by Chris Hall.