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Status Needs Clarification
Workspace Sametime
Categories Meetings
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 23, 2022

Add ability to have Video only as a separate stream from audio

It was reported, some users would prefer a separate stream for video much like they can do audio only. In a low bandwidth environment they can usually have two separate streams with one for video and a separate one for audio (like their phone). The end user can connect initially with just audio and connect with video only when needed and then disconnect the video when it's no longer needed.

This allows someone on a metered or low bandwidth connection to stay connected to audio throughout the meeting and connect /disconnect video as needed.

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    Trevor Tallackson
    Sep 7, 2023

    Is this requesting user control (disable all videos streams for an individual) or Meeting settings control (only allow audio for everyone)? As mentioned, with telephony enabled a user can join by dialing in which would be audio only for that user.

  • Guest
    Aug 23, 2022

    An example of this use case ... user is on a satellite internet connction. High bandwidth for downloads, but horrible lag and jitter for audio. User solves this by dailing in for audio, but uses the sat connection for video and screen share participation.

    Current product just denies the user access to video to preserve audio that is already solved by being dialed in.