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I don't have a clue, or can't recall if I did ever hear what they
On 2/16/2018 11:46 PM, The Wolf wrote:
do you have any idea on what codeck and bitrate that they use?
On 2/16/2018 1:48 PM, Lino Morales
Oh Zoom’s audio quality rocks!
I think that JM is talking about Zoom, and audio quality
with that program.
On 2/16/2018 3:40 PM, Lino Morales
I beg to differ. The audio is crap! It
was a lot better when Skype 6 and older was around.
quality is quite good. I’ve had a couple of moments of
distortion and break-up, but that could just be my
internet connection. The screen-sharing feature also
lets you share your computer’s audio output, which is
kind of neat.
is the audo quality good?
2/16/2018 11:01 AM, Governor staten wrote:
Zoom is accessible, as far as the interface goes. NVDA
is missing something that enables it to speak messages,
such as someone shares their screen, or someone left a
room, or someone typed a message and what the message
was. Narrator does this, however.
You can have meetings with two people, and you can
speak with voice for free and time is unlimited. If you
have more than 2 people in a meeting, your time is
limited to 40 minutes. If you were to pay for a pro
license, everything is unlimited.
I use the program regularly. They cover iPhone,
Android, Windows, and Linux.
2/16/2018 10:09 AM, jazzyjennifer wrote:
i never messed with zoom,