I know this isn't necessarily a Google related question but you all have been very responsive to other questions so I thought I'd throw it out there.
We use Google Meet and Zoom heavily as I'm sure many of you do especially now in this environment. As a school for the deaf we've been hosting a lot of webinar style meetings (for things like staff meetings, staff info sessions, etc). Many times we have multiple presenters and need to spotlight them simultaneously.
Why this is important for our audience? We have deaf and hard of hearing audiences as well as hearing. We want to have the two or three presenters and the asl interpreter on the screen at all times. Just like we talk over each other in the hearing world we do the same in the deaf world.
We just want to make sure things are accessible to our audiences and looking for the BEST tool to do this. Does YouTube live have this feature? Is there another software you all recommend? We've reached out to Zoom directly and they do not have this feature available for webinars.
See picture for what I'm trying to accomplish. Each presenter/interpreter have to be equally presented. (Just snagged some photos off the web for the purposes of this example).