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Camera Configuration

Camera Configuration allows the user to enable/disable and control other settings about the cameras on the PC.

This is the same configuration as found by clicking on the Down arrow next to the Camera Control Icon when in a meeting. Its use is demonstrated in the following video.

If you add additional cameras to the system after starting Vibe, click on the 'Rescan' button at the top of the Camera Configuration screen.

Green check marks will be next to each camera that is enabled. Click on the camera name to enable/disable. If no cameras are enabled, the 'Still Image' will be used. You can set your Still Image and your Avatar at

On each camera video, there's a Rotate icon to let you rotate the video as needed.

Underneath each camera display, you can control the Frame Rate, maximum Bandwidth, and the Resolution to send (you can only send a maximum of what is configured in the Meeting Room that you are in).

Select Audio Devices

This menu item brings up the Audio Setup Wizard. It's use is demonstrated in the following video

If you plug in a new headset or other piece of hardware after you start the Vibe client, you'll need to scan the system for new devices. This is done by pressing "Scan Devices" in any of the hardware drop-down menus or via the button on the Audio Setup wizard as seen below:



To test your output, select the audio device you'd like to use from the drop-down menu next to the speaker icon. When you are satisfied with your selection, click "Test Sound" and you should hear some music. The button will change to "Stop Test". Click "Stop Test" to end the sound output.

If you don't hear music after clicking on "Test Sound" check the sound settings on your PC (Windows Control Panel, Mac Preferences, Linux Sound Settings) or your output device (speakers, headset, etc.).


To test your input (microphone), select the appropriate microphone from the drop-down menu next to the Microphone icon. When you are satisfied with your selection, click "Test Microphone" and talk when you see the button change to "Stop Test". When you click "Stop Test" the words you just spoke will be played back through the speaker that was selected in the previous test. 


Set Desk Share Layout

The Desk Share Layout control lets you choose whether Deskshare operates as a window or full screen. A small menu as seen following will appear next to the Deskshare button near the top of the screen:

For most users we recommend using Windowed as this allows the user to resize what is being shared and easily move the Deskshare window from screen to screen.

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