As you prepare for you upcoming video interview, you already have the basics well in hand. You know that you need to speak clearly, rehearse beforehand, and dress properly—even if your interviewers won’t see you from the waist down. You also know that you’ll need to make sure your camera and internet connection are working properly long before your session begins, so you have plenty of time to fix the glitches that can be addressed from your end. But you may not recognize these six critical moves that mean the difference between acing your session and falling flat. Keep them in mind, and you’ll be more likely to impress your reviewers, even if they’re hundreds of miles away.