Audio & Video Tips for Web Conferencing

ZOOM

Audio

  1. In the meeting controls, click the arrow next to Mute/Unmute. 
  2. Click Audio Options; this will open the audio settings.

Learn & do more  with Zoom audio settings 

External Link

How to Fix Mic Issues in Zoom - Troubleshoot Microphone Not Working Zoom

Video

  1. Click the arrow next to Start Video / Stop Video.  
  2. Select Video Settings.

Learn & do more with Zoom video settings 

External Link

How to Fix Webcam Issues in Zoom - Troubleshoot Web Camera Not Working in Zoom

GOOGLE MEET

Audio

  1. Click More Options
  2. Click Settings
  3. Click Audio and the setting to change: Microphone or Speakers
  4. Click Done

Learn & do more with Google Meet audio settings

External Links

Video

  1. Click More Options 
  2. Click Settings
  3. Click Video. Under Camera, choose the correct camera.

Learn & do more with Google Meet video settings 

RingCentral

PDF: AVOIDING AUDIO, VIDEO, AND SCREEN SHARING PITFALLS

YouTube Video: RingCentral Video: Avoiding Audio, Video, and Screen Sharing Pitfalls

 

TEAMS
Audio & Video

To select the mic, speaker, and camera to use for calls and meetings, click your profile picture at the top of Teams, then Settings > Devices

  • Under Audio devices, pick the speaker and mic to use by default. 
  • Under Camera, select the camera to use, and see a preview of that camera's video. 

Learn & do more with Teams audio and video settings 

A/V SETTINGS FOR DEVICES

Manage Audio & Video settings on a Windows Desktop or Laptop

Manage Audio & Video settings on a iMac or MacBook

Manage Audio & Video settings on a Chromebook

Troubleshoot a webcam.

For additional support, contact the Technology Service Desk at 940-898-3971servicedesk@twu.edutechchat.twu.edu, or submit a request through the Technology Service Catalog.

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Article ID: 131123
Created
Thu 4/1/21 11:17 AM
Modified
Fri 8/19/22 1:08 PM

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