If your computer is running too many apps, your audio could suffer. If your computer is running a lot of applications, you may experience issues with sound quality, like lagging or cutting out. If this happens, closing other applications can help. To fix this, go to your system’s sound settings, find your Sound Control Panel , select Communications and then Do nothing.
Finally, apply the changes so others will be able to hear your shared audio loud and clear. Tap More options in your meeting controls. Turn on the switch next to Audio , and then tap Share screen. Everyone in the meeting will now hear the audio from your device, and you’ll see a notification on your screen confirming it. Note: This feature is only available on devices running at least Android 10 or iOS While sharing tab , select the Share Tab audio checkbox.
This will share the audio coming from the tab. While sharing entire screen , select the Share system audio checkbox to share the audio coming from the entire computer. When you share tab audio, only the audio coming from the tab will be shared.
Audio coming from the rest of the computer will not be shared. To stop sharing the sound from your tab or computer, click stop screensharing. Microsoft Teams. Share sound from your computer in a Teams meeting or live event. Include computer sound To share sound from your computer, select Share content in your meeting controls and then Include computer sound —it’s the switch on the top left of your sharing options.
Include audio from your mobile device Tap More options in your meeting controls You’ll see a list of options. Choose Share. Turn on the switch next to Audio , and then tap Share screen Everyone in the meeting will now hear the audio from your device, and you’ll see a notification on your screen confirming it.
When you share system audio, all the audio coming from the entire computer will be shared. Need more help? Expand your skills. Get new features first. Was this information helpful? Yes No. Thank you! Any more feedback? The more you tell us the more we can help. In this remote and hybrid working tip, Jeremy Chapman from the Microsoft team at Microsoft will show you a simple trick that will avoid those issues using web streaming along with PowerPoint Live as part of a Microsoft Teams presentation, so everyone can watch your video without lag or missing audio.
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So how do you then solve for this? So back to our meeting example, theoretically you could share a hyperlink out for your online video during a presentation, and just ask everyone to follow that link at the same time and watch it. So it accomplishes the same effect as asking everyone to stream from a link at the same time, all with the benefits of just having one hop. And you can do this with PowerPoint on the web or the PowerPoint desktop app.
This one happens to have all company permissions so that everyone in my company can play it. Hit Share and then copy that direct link. And I can see that Megan and Adele are already in my meeting. Adele is using Teams with a web client and Megan is using Teams with a desktop client. So when I get to the slides of the videos embedded, I can just hit the play button to start the video. And I can advance to my Stream video and it works in a very similar way. But there is one more thing I want to show you in PowerPoint Rich Client, which is you can also insert videos that are stored on your local hard drive.
And there it is. So the next time that you present a video from a Teams meeting, remember this trick using PowerPoint Live and Microsoft Teams to stream your video directly from the web.
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Choose Microsoft Teams from the pop-up menu. Share audio from a web browser · Select Share Tray > Screen, window, or tab to open the screensharing selection window. · While sharing tab, select the Share Tab. Access the online meeting.
Note: Mobile users should update to the latest version of the Teams app for iOS and Android in order to experience meeting recording and video playback in Teams. Play a meeting recording. Meeting recording storage and permissions.
Share a link to a meeting recording with others. Download a meeting recording. Want to know more? The recording will be available after the meeting was scheduled to end so not necessarily when it actually ends. If you were part of a scheduled meeting, go the Details tab of the meeting event in your calendar and select the recording. You can also select More actions on the meeting recording and choose Open in OneDrive if it was a chat meeting, or Open in SharePoint if it was a channel meeting.
Teams meeting recordings will be stored in OneDrive or SharePoint, depending on the type of meeting. Note that a recording will expire and be automatically deleted after a set period of time. The amount of time it’s available is set by your admin, but you can change or remove the expiration date of any given recording. For more info, see Record a meeting in Teams. If your org is still using Microsoft Stream not OneDrive and SharePoint to store recordings and you are a meeting owner, you can change permissions and allow people without access to view a meeting recording.
Go here for further details. To share sound, select Share content in your meeting controls and then Include computer sound it’s the switch on the top right of your sharing options. All sound from your computer, including notifications, will be audible in the meeting. For more info, check out Share sound from your computer in a Teams meeting or live event.
If you want another meeting participant to change a file, help you present, or demonstrate something, you can give control to that person. You will both be in control of the sharing, and you can take back control anytime.
People you give control to may send commands that could affect your system or other apps. We’ve taken steps to prevent this but haven’t tested every possible system customization. To take control while another person is sharing, select Request control. The person sharing can then approve or deny your request. While you have control, you can make selections, edits, and other modifications to the shared screen.
Note: Mac trackpads don’t support zoom in meetings. If you’re on a Mac, use one of the other options. If you’re using Linux, giving and taking control of shared content isn’t available at this time. You can choose to present a photo, video, PowerPoint, or your entire screen. When you’re ready to share, tap Start presenting at the bottom of your screen. Hit Stop presenting when you’re done. Tip: To go forward and back in a PowerPoint presentation, swipe in the direction you’d like to go, or tap the forward and back buttons on the bottom of your screen.
Note: If your role changes from presenter to attendee during a meeting and you’re presenting, screensharing will stop. You may want to minimize the content someone is sharing in order to better see the people in the meeting on your mobile device. Here’s how:. Tap More actions next to the name of the person doing the sharing. That keeps participants from being able to scroll through the slides on their own. Make sure that eyeball has a line through it. Spoiler alert!! Here’s a video tutorial for to ensure the steps are followed to make this happen.
Teams Live Events does not yet have that option. You have to stream the video from your local PC. The topology map is shown below, and some steps from Microsoft on how to set up and test are found here. For other best practices for Teams and meetings, contact Enabling: info enablingtechcorp.
Register Login. All audio from your computer — such as the sound from a YouTube video and even notification chimes — will be shared with the meeting participants. If you forgot to select “Include computer sound” before sharing, you can activate the setting while presenting.
Hover your cursor at the top of the screen to reveal the Presenting toolbar. Select the “Include Computer Sound” icon.