Video conferencing improvements
We’ve introduced many video conferencing-related improvements over the last several weeks, and we’d like to summarize them in this blog post. If there’s any other functionality that you miss, please let us know.
This functionality was previously available as an experiment, and it’s now enabled on all Remeet workspaces by default. To read more about it, check our previous blog post: Adaptive video streaming
This is another experimental feature that we introduced back in March: Virtual backgrounds. This week we’ve released major quality and performance improvements, and it’s no longer an experimental feature. Please give it a try and let us know if you experience any issues.
This is a new experimental feature that helps you see who is talking (or creating noise). Around each participant, you’ll see an animated border that glows with intensity dependent on the sound level.
To try this feature, please ask the administrator of your workspace to enable it in Admin -> Experiments -> Audio level indicator.
Now when someone is muted, you’ll see a red muted icon next to the participant’s name.
If you have a large display and use it to share IDE with code, then this might be handy. As this isn’t something most users will benefit from, you’ll have to turn it on the call settings.
We have redesigned the implementation of hardstop/leaving/late indicators to increase their speed and stability. If you notice any issues with them, please let us know.