What is the difference between Video Meetings and Live webinars?
The difference is that Meetings are for smaller audiences for up to 10 people in an event. Meetings can also have multiple presenters, meaning that all 10 people attending the event can have video and audio access.
On the other hand, webinars are for a wider group of audience, up to 500 attendees. Moreover, in webinars you can have only one full rights presenter at a time. A full right presenter means that he can have audio and video and screen sharing access. You can have multiple audio presenters but only one main presenter.