Utilizing the desktop client for Webex Meetings, you can wirelessly share your screen. You’ll be able to optimize your material for motion and video if you share videos and animations with your audience. This assures a higher frame rate, which results in videos and animations having a more fluid and seamless experience when they are played back.
Even if you are unable to physically be present at a meeting, you are now able to connect to a device that is there and exchange content with everyone else who is there. You can quickly share the most recent presentation with your team by entering a conference room without interrupting the discussion that is already going on.
1 Launch the Webex Meetings desktop application on your Apple Mac or Microsoft Windows computer.
2 Choose the option to Connect to a device, and then pick the video input device that you want to utilize.
3 Select the option to Share screen.
This function is only accessible for cloud-registered video devices when the user is logged in to an account on a Cisco Webex Control Hub-managed site or an account on a Cisco Webex Site Administration-managed site where both the site and the account have been linked to Control Hub. Neither of these options is available to users who are logged in to an account on a Cisco Webex Site Administration-managed site. Get in touch with the administrator of your site if you want to know where the site is administered. Here you may learn more about integrating your site and account together.
4 You are able to share videos, animations, or dynamic content on a cloud-registered video device with content that is optimized for motion and video if your website uses WBS33.7 or a later version.
- Make sure Motion and Video Optimization is selected.
Your content will be optimized for text and photos if you do not optimize it for motion and video, just like it was when you shared content in prior versions of Webex Meetings.
- If you want other people to be able to hear the audio coming from your computer through the video device, you need to tick the box labeled “Share your computer audio.” If you’re going to be sharing a movie or animation with sound, you should go with this option instead.
If you joined the audio bridge via a softphone (such as Skype or Jabber), the choice to share your computer audio will cause the participant’s audio to be duplicated, which will result in unpleasant echoes. You can avoid this by joining the audio bridge from a hardphone instead. If the presenter wants to share the audio from their computer, the remedy is to join the audio from a Call Using Computer or to call in using a different phone, rather than using a soft phone installed on the same PC.
When you opt to share the audio from your computer for the first time, you will receive a box that asks you if you would want to install an extension.
Choose the Install option and then follow the on-screen instructions, or choose the Not now option instead.
Optimize for active content such as video and motion. On-premises video devices do not support the ability to share the audio from your computer.
5 Choose the material that you want to publish or distribute.
6 If you chose to share the audio from your computer in Step 4, proceed to Step 6 to control the volume of your video device remotely using the Webex Meetings desktop client.