Video Conference

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  1. NT4

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    Hi

    Do you have any recommended video conferencing products? I tryed the Logitech conference cam connect but when connected to the laptop 3cx only picks up the laptop camera and doesn't give you a choice to choose the second camera. Is there an option to switch between cameras that I've over looked?
     
  2. LeonidasG

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    Are you talking about WebMeeting or the ability to make video calls via the 3CX Client/s?

    For WebMeeting:
    -Go to Browser URL Bar's right side.
    -Click on the Video Icon.
    -Click "Manage"
    -Click on "Camera Settings"
    -Select your camera from the dropdown
    -Close this tab.
    -Refresh the WebMeeting tab or disable both Video and Audio and then re-enable them to switch to the new camera

    For the 3CX Clients
    -Go to Settings > Video Options > Select your camera
    -As a precautionary measure, restart your 3CX Client though it might not be needed.
     
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    Thanks I've never noticed that little camera icon before. It will likely be a combination of both WebMeeting and 3CX Client/s that it gets used for. I'd like to put some dedicated video conferencing equipment in the conference room, that can be used in a stand alone capacity but I'm not sure which would work best with 3cx.
     
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