ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE USER’S GUIDE Velda Arnaud Blue Mountain Community College [Company address]

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide Table of Contents page i Zoom Video Conferencing Software BMCC User’s Guide Last updated 6/7/2017 Table of Contents Getting started with Zoom ___ 1
Setting up your account ___ 1
Creating or scheduling a Zoom session ___ 1
From the website ___ 1
From the desktop ___ 3
Sending Invitations ___ 4
From the website ___ 4
From within a session ___ 6
Via the session’s URL ___ 6
Via a link to Zoom with a meeting ID ___ 6
Using the Zoom software ___ 7
Starting a Zoom session ___ 7
From the website ___ 7
From the desktop ___ 7
Configuring your Zoom session ___ 8
Computer audio ___ 9
Computer video ___ 11
General settings ___ 12
Teaching a class ___ 13
Using the computer ___ 13
Gallery and speaker view displays .

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide Table of Contents page ii Zoom window main controls ___ 13
Additional features ___ 19
Managing individual participants ___ 19
Using the whiteboard ___ 20
Using other devices ___ 21
Teaching tips for using Zoom ___ 21
Using Zoom as a participant ___ 22
Joining a Zoom session ___ 22
From the website ___ 22
From the desktop ___ 22
Glossary ___ 23
Index . i

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 1 Getting started with Zoom Setting up your account 1. Go to the main Zoom web page at http://zoom.us. 2. In the middle of the screen, enter your BMCC email address in the white box.

3. Click the orange Sign Up Free button. To sign in to a Zoom meeting, you are ready. If you need to create and record a Zoom session for your class, you must have administrator permissions. To set up administrator permissions, contact  The Help Desk at HelpDesk@bluecc.edu or 541-278-5827. Please allow adequate time for this to be configured. Creating or scheduling a Zoom session Please note: You must have administrator rights to create and record a session. Contact the Help Desk (see previous section) for those permissions. From the website 1. Log into http://zoom.us using your college email and password you configured during the setup.

2. Click on My Meetings on the menu at the left.

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 2 3. Click on the Schedule a Meeting button on the left. Enter a title Leave these Enter date/ time OR Click on “Recurring meeting” for a session that will meet more than once. See below for details on these

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 3 4. You will then have several options to configure. o If you want students to enter a password, include it. (Honestly, that’s more work than necessary.) o Enabling join before host allows participants to join before the host (you) logs in.

That way, the participants can be waiting when you arrive for the session. Otherwise, participants cannot join a session until you have started it. o The personal meeting ID is how participants may access the session without a link; providing a link is easier. However, for a recurring session such as online office hours, using a personal meeting ID that is easy to remember, is helpful. (I use my college phone number.) 5. When you are finished, press the Schedule button. 6. You may always return to the website and edit these options. Otherwise, you may change them within a session.

From the desktop 1. Click on the desktop icon. (Alternatively, if you have configured Zoom to start automatically, you may skip this step.) 2. You will then see the desktop window. 3. Click on the Schedule button.

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 4 The options are similar to those from the website (see page 3). 4. Click Schedule when finished. You may edit these settings at any time. Sending Invitations Once you have scheduled a session, you will be able to see the URL to join the session and be able to copy a welcome message with all joining options. You may send invitations to your Zoom sessions through several methods.

From the website Click on your session (click on the meeting name or topic under My Meetings).

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 5 If you anticipate that attendees will also be joining by phone, use the Copy the invitation button to include the phone numbers.

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 6 You may edit this to change the introduction or eliminate irrelevant information. From within a session Once in the session, the menu at the bottom includes an Invite button. That button bring up the following window: You may use any of the three options or instant messaging (IM) from the tabs at the top. The emails and IMs will the URL so that attendees may access the session through the web.

You may also select one of the two buttons at the bottom of this screen to copy the URL or complete invitation to the clipboard. Those may then be pasted into an email or a document.

Via the session’s URL If you know the session’s URL, you may include it on your course syllabus, in your learning management system, or send it via email or text. Via a link to Zoom with a meeting ID This is, perhaps, the simplest method. An attendee may go to the https://zoom.us website, click Join a Meeting at the top of the screen, and enter the meeting ID. The attendee is then prompted to download the software (or launch the application if the software is already downloaded).

ZOOM VIDEO CONFERENCING SOFTWARE - USER'S GUIDE

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 7 Using the Zoom software Starting a Zoom session From the website 1.

Log into http://zoom.us using your college email and password you configured during the setup. 2. Click on My Meetings on the menu at the left. 3. Locate the class meeting, and then click on the Start button to the right of that meeting. 4. Your meeting will open in a new window. From the desktop 1. Click the desktop icon (see page 3) You will then see the desktop menu (see page 3). 2. Click the Join button.

3. Enter the Meeting ID.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 8 Note: If you have previously joined a session, there will be a pull-down list that can be used to select the appropriate session. If you have multiple classes, it may become difficult to remember the meeting IDs. In the list above, the first one is my phone number and personal meeting ID, and it is a number that I can remember. The second number is for the Academic Planning course. Configuring your Zoom session Check the audio and visual when prompted. Unless this is your personal computer and you know everything is configured accurately, elect Test Computer Audio.

Note: If this is your personal computer, you may want to check the box at the bottom left so that you will bypass this screen. After configuring your audio and video, you will return to this menu. Then click Join Audio by Computer.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 9 Computer audio The computer audio includes the speakers and microphone.  If you cannot hear the other person, you will need to adjust the speaker settings.  If your session attendees cannot hear you, you will need to adjust the microphone settings. For the speakers If your computer has more than one set of speakers, you will be able to access them by using the pull down menu on the right.

There are really only two things you can do:  Test the speaker by clicking on the blue Test Speaker button.  Adjust the volume by holding down the slider bar and moving it left or right. Speaker troubleshooting hints:  Verify that the speakers are plugged into a power outlet (if required) and into the computer.

Verify that the volume is turned up on the speaker (check if there is a volume knob on the speaker).  Verify that the speaker is not muted on the computer (look at the speaker icon on the taskbar).

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 10 For the microphone If your computer has more than one microphone connected, you will be able to access them by using the pull down menu on the right. For this, there are three things you can adjust:  Test the microphone by clicking on the blue Test Mic button. o The blue button with then change to Recording. o You will be prompted to speak, so say something in your normal tone of voice.

As you speak, you should see the volume jumping on the volume bar. o Click the Recording button to stop testing. o You should then hear your recorded voice. If you do not hear your voice, then your microphone is not working properly.  Adjust the volume by holding down the slider bar and moving it left or right.  Allow the computer to automatically adjust the microphone (highly recommended) by clicking the box below Volume.

Microphone troubleshooting hints:  Verify that the microphone is plugged into the computer.  Verify that the microphone is on, if there is a switch on it.  Verify that the microphone is not muted by checking your system settings (or calling the Help Desk). Additional audio settings There are two additional settings on this screen, both of which can be changed in other areas, as well.  Automatically join audio by computer is helpful when you are using a computer that is already configured properly. This would eliminate you being prompted each time to check the audio and video settings. This may also be configured when you start a session (unless you have already checked this box).

Always mute microphone when joining meeting is helpful so that you are not interrupted by noisy environments when participants join. This may also be configured when you schedule a session.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 11 Computer video When using a video camera connected to a computer, it is highly recommended that you plug the camera in before you start the computer. That way, the computer should recognize the hardware and configure the drivers automatically. The settings for this section are:  Enable mirror effect which switches the video 180. Basically, you see yourself as though you were looking into a mirror.

Always show name on video window will show the name given on the window. For those participants who entered their full name, that will be shown; however, must students generally only include their first name.  Always turn off video when joining meeting would be helpful if you had a large group connecting online because video takes up bandwidth. Having too many videos running during a video conference slows down everything.  Hide non-video participants hides those people who are attending by phone or audio only. When you are in gallery or speaker view, using this setting will decrease the number of windows there.

Capture 720p by default sets the video resolution at 720 pixels, which could increase the video refresh rate and increase bandwidth speed. Select this option if you are having jerking or slow video connections.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 12 Video troubleshooting hints  Verify that the video camera is plugged into the computer.  Verify that you have selected the correct video camera.  Verify that no other applications are using the video. The video will only show in one application at a time. General settings These are all explained by the wording, and generally, you may leave them as the default.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 13 Teaching a class This section will explain how to use the computer and share your desktop whether it is a PowerPoint presentation, document, worksheet, website, or another device. Using the computer Once you have your audio and video configured, you will come into the Zoom window. The center section will include your participants, and you will have controls at the top and bottom of the screen. Gallery and speaker view displays At the top right will be a toggle between gallery and speaker view.  Speaker view shows the participant speaking in a large window with the other participant windows along the top.

Whichever participant is speaking becomes the main window.

Gallery view shows all of the participant windows on the main screen. With few participants, this allows everyone in the room to see everyone else. With many participants, the screens become quite small. NOTE: Each participant has the speaker and gallery view buttons. As the instructor, you cannot set this for everyone else. Zoom window main controls These controls will be at the bottom of the screen when you enter. Mute audio This is a toggle button at the bottom left of the main screen. When audio is muted, you will see a red X through the icon. NOTE: This is your audio. Participants’ audios are managed under Manage Participants.

There are some additional settings for your audio, and you can access those by clicking on the arrow to the right of the audio mute button.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 14 These show the microphone and speakers that are being used. The Audio Options at the end will take you to the introductory screen where you may test the audio. Stop video This is a toggle button to the right of the audio button on the lower left. When the video is stopped, your profile image (if you uploaded one) will be shown. When the video is stopped, there will be a red X through the icon.

NOTE: This is your video. Participants’ videos are managed under Manage Participants.

If you click on the arrow to the right of the audio mute button, you will see the video option you are using. (In case the image is confusing, I have one setting for front and one for back video.) The Video Settings link takes you to the video settings screen (see page 11). Invite participants This is covered in detail starting on page 6.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 15 Manage participants This section allows you to quickly mute all microphones by using the buttons at the top of the window. When you select the Mute All option, you will be prompted as to whether or not participants may unmute themselves.

Lock Screen Share will stop participants from sharing his or her screen. You can also toggle on and off the audio and video for individual attendees by click on the icons to the right of the participants’ names. (You may mute/unmute attendees by clicking on the individual windows.) Under the More button are features that allow you to customize the environment.  Mute on Entry: Mutes participants’ audio as they enter the session.  Play Enter/Exit Chime: Plays a chime sound as participants enter or leave the session.

Lock Meeting: When a meeting is “locked,” no new participants may enter. Share screen The Share Screen button is at the bottom of the main window. When the button is clicked, all open applications will be displayed as options including a Whiteboard. Mute/Unmute toggle Stop/Start video toggle

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 16 Note: If you do not see the screen you want to share, exit the window and go to your computer and open the application. NOTE: The two boxes at the bottom of the screen are necessary to show many video clips. If you are using a video from the web or a DVD, check these boxes.

Share computer sound: This setting allows the computer audio to be shared through Zoom. Without checking this box, attendees will not hear the audio for the video.  Optimze for full screen video clip: This setting allows Zoom to show the video clip in the best format possible.

While you are sharing your screen, the Zoom window buttons will be off the top of the screen. You will see the meeting ID and a red Stop Share button. When you hover there, the menu will drop down. Important options for showing videos

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 17 Most of these are self-explanatory. There are a couple of interesting ones:  Annotate: This allows you to highlight or mark up the screen.  Remote control: This allows you to give mouse and keyboard control to a participant.  More: This includes chat, invite (which are not prominently displayed on this window), record, hide video panel, and settings for audio and video.

To stop sharing the screen, click the Stop Share button. Chat This button opens the chat window. You may send a chat message to all participants or to one. Participants will be listed on the left, and messages will be shown on the right. Record a session There will be two options. 1. To Record on this computer, make sure that you have adequate disk space available. (On campus, your disk space is limited.) You will have the option to define the destination directory.

2. To Record to the Cloud, you will need to have that option turned on from the administrator. Clicking either one of these will begin recording. To stop recording, click the Stop Recording button the screen. Use a recording Video files are large, and copying them from one location to another takes time. Currently we have 3 options for using your recordings. 1. Copy the URL from the Zoom cloud. This is the quickest method. You will log into the Zoom website and click on My Recordings on the left.  Your recordings will be listed by name, meeting ID, date/time, and file size.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 18 NOTE: The top on is not finished processing, so I cannot select it.

A video must be processed before it can be accessed.  Click on the recorded video, and you will have a screen giving you both video and audio options.  To share the video, click on Share below the recording (on the left). Likewise, to share the audio, chick on the Share button below it.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 19  You may copy the entire share message. The URL is the last part that begins with https://.  Add the URL to your course or email it to participants. 2. Upload the video to YouTube and share it via the YouTube link. This follows a similar procedure as copying the URL. At the screen giving you both the video and audio options, click on the download link.  Once your file is downloaded, you may then upload it to your YouTube channel.  Then share the YouTube URL via email or as a link within your course. 3. Download the file, upload it to Kaltura, and share that link.

Until we have a larger Kaltura account, this is not recommended. However, the process is similar to the one above.

Additional features Managing individual participants On the manage participants screen, there are a few other options. Access these by clicking the More button to the right of the participant’s name.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 20  Chat: This allows for private chatting with the student. This can also be done through the Chat window by clicking on the individual’s name.  Stop video: This may also be done by clicking on the video icon to the right of the participant.  Make host: Allows the participant to have all the host rights such as screen sharing and use of the whiteboard.

You will then have the option to Reclaim Host, if needed.  Allow record: This gives the participant the ability to record on his or her computer (not on the Zoom cloud).

Rename: This allows the participant’s display name to be changed.  Remove: This forces the participant out of the session.  Request Camera Control: This is not displayed in the screen shot above, because I was not using a camera with a pan/tilt/zoom function. However, if your participants have such a camera, you can request control of it and zoom, pan, or tilt the camera. NOTE: This setting must be configured in your profile before it can be used. Using the whiteboard Access the whiteboard within the Share Screen window. The whiteboard is just what it sounds—It is a white board that allows you to draw, and there are several tools available.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 21 Using other devices Many devices can be shared through Zoom. The device must be plugged into the computer and running before you start Zoom. Access the device by:  Click on Share Screen.  Locate the device. NOTE: For devices that have audio along with video, you will need to check the boxes at the bottom of the Share Screen window (see page 16). Teaching tips for using Zoom These are some general tips based on experience with Zoom.  Test the computer and all the components you will use before class. If something does not work, contact the Help Desk (HelpDesk@bluecc.edu or 541-278-5827) for assistance.

Learn to be comfortable with the technology. Your students are learning this technology, too.  Practice with yourself by setting up two systems (computer, smartphone, tablet) and seeing how Zoom works as a host and as a participant.  Use one of your first classes to introduce and explain the technology to your students. In just a few weeks, students will become very comfortable using either their smartphones, tablets, or computers.  To make communication with students easier, you may want to require students to have a microphone and video camera. You could include that in your syllabus.

Encourage students to interact with you from a distance.

This will create an engaging environment and demonstrate that they can use the tools.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 22  Remember to pause and check in with your distant students as well as those sitting in the room with you.  Do not wait to the last minute to get into the classroom and set up. It may take you several minutes, and with students asking questions, it can take longer than expected. Using Zoom as a participant Joining a Zoom session First-time participants must access Zoom through the website at http://zoom.us. Once the software is downloaded, participants may join either by going to the website or clicking on a desktop icon.

From the website 1. Go to the website at http://zoom.us.

2. Click on Join a Meeting at the top of the screen. 3. Enter the Meeting ID. 4. Enter a name (this will be displayed). A first-time attendee will then prompted to download the software. If the software is already downloaded, it will launch. From the desktop 1. Click on the desktop icon. 2. Click the Join button on the desktop menu (see page 3). 3. Enter, or select, the Meeting ID. 4. Enter a name (this will be displayed).

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 23 Glossary Audio: The spoken word. Audio can be podcasts or the verbal part of a video. The audio controls allow the host and participants to be heard. Host: The person holding the meeting. The host has more options and greater control within the Zoom session than participants. Launch: A technical term for starting a program. If the Zoom software is downloaded and installed on a computer, it will launch automatically when someone starts or joins a session. Meeting ID: Used for logging into a Zoom session. The meeting ID is set by default by Zoom; however, each host may have a personal meeting ID.

Microphone: An input devices that accepts audio. Good microphones will allow communication across long distances to be clear. At BMCC, many instructor stations will have more than one microphone so you will want to select the correct one based on your teaching style. Microphones are configured when you join a session (see page 8) or within a session (see page 14).  XTAG wireless microphone: These are good for faculty who move around the classroom.  Yamaha PJUR-20: This is an excellent microphone on the instructor’s station or placed in small room. These have a 15-foot radius  Yamaha PJUR-50: This is the microphone to use big classrooms and receiving sites.

Logitech camera microphone: These are stationary on instructor stations and provide good quality audio. Practice with the different microphones to select one that fits you teaching style. Participants: Attendees within a session. Session: This is a Zoom meeting or online conference. In this documentation, session and meeting are used interchangeably. Video: The visual component. Having a quality video camera will enhance communications over distance. BMCC has multiple camera set ups for different rooms. Video, like audio, can be set up through the video settings area (see pages 11 and 14).

If you will be using a document camera for teaching as, it will also use the USB video feed.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide page 24 Currently, these are the cameras t available in BMCC classrooms.  Logitech CC3000: Excellent camera for large room as the camera has a remote control for adjustments to span the whole room. This improves the quality of the video because it can be zoomed in or out, depending on the need.  Logitech Orbit: This is a quality video for small to large room set ups. This video camera is used primarily in Hermiston and Milton Freewater classrooms.  Logitech C920: This is a widescreen that sits on a monitor. This camera provides great video quality for instructors who teach from a podium.

Document Camera: This camera may be used for a classroom video or as a teaching tool by faculty. You should use the video option that best fits the environment. If you need help with video setup, contact the BMCC helpdesk. Web cam/web camera: The web cam is also called a video camera, and it allows the video to be shared and recorded. Zoom: A video-conferencing software program.

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide Index page i Index A Administrator rights ___ 1
Allow record ___ 20
Always show name on video ___ 11
Always turn off video when joining . .

4, 11 Annotate ___ 17
Audio Mute/unmute toggle button ___ 13
Automatically copy URL to clipboard after meeting starts ___ 12
Automatically join audio by computer ___ 8
Audio and video settings ___ 10
Window ___ 8
C Capture 720p video by default ___ 11
Chat . . 17, 20 Chime ___ 15
Cloud recording ___ 17
Configure audio settings ___ 9
Configure general session settings ___ 12
Configure microphone ___ 10
Configure speakers ___ 9
Configure video settings ___ 11
Configure your session ___ 8
Confirm with me when I leave a meeting ___ 12
Copy a Zoom recording URL ___ 17
Copy the invitation ___ 5
Create a session ___ 1
Create a Zoom account ___ 1
D Delete a video ___ 18
Desktop icon ___ 3
Desktop window ___ 3
Display Gallery view ___ 13
Speaker view ___ 13
E Enable dual stream for dual monitor ___ 12
Enable join before host .

3, 4 Enable mirror effect ___ 11
Enter chime ___ 15
Enter full screen mode automatically when starting video ___ 12
Enter full screen mode automatically when viewing the shared screen ___ 12
Enter meeting ID ___ 7
Dropdown menu ___ 8
F Far end camera control ___ 20
Fit to window automatically when viewing the shared screen ___ 12
G Gallery view display ___ 13
General settings Automatically copy URL to clipboard after meeting starts ___ 12
Confirm with me when I leave a meeting . ___ 12
Enable dual stream for dual monitor ___ 12
Enter full screen mode automatically when starting video ___ 12
Fit to window automatically when viewing the shared screen ___ 12
Minimize window to notification area ___ 12
Play sound when I receive a chat message 12 Show floating notification when I receive a chat message ___ 12
Show my status as offline when I am inactive # of minutes ___ 12
Show offline contacts ___ 12
Start Zoom when I start Windows ___ 12
Getting started ___ 1
H Help desk contact information ___ 1
Hide non-video participants ___ 11
Hide video panel ___ 17
I Invite with Zoom link and meeting ID ___ 6
J Joining by phone Sending the invitation ___ 5
L Lock meeting ___ 15
Lock screen share ___ 15
M Main controls in Zoom window ___ 13
Make host ___ 20
Manage participants Allow record ___ 20
Individual options ___ 19
Lock meeting .

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide Index page ii Lock meeting ___ 15
Lock screen share ___ 15
Make host ___ 20
Mute all ___ 15
Mute on entry ___ 15
Play enter/exit chime ___ 15
Remove participant ___ 20
Rename participant ___ 20
Request remote control ___ 20
Stop video ___ 20
Toggle audio and video ___ 15
Unmute all ___ 15
Meeting password . . 3, 4 Meeting settings Always turn off video when joining . . 2, 4 Desktop window ___ 4
Enable join before host . . 3, 4 Meeting password . . 3, 4 Personal meeting ID . . 3, 4 Recurring meeting . . 3, 4 Website window ___ 2
Minimize window to notification area ___ 12
Mute all ___ 15
Mute microphone when joining ___ 10
Mute on entry ___ 15
Mute/unmute audio toggle button ___ 13
Muting my audio in Zoom window ___ 13
My meetings Starting a session from the website ___ 7
My meetings on the website ___ 1
O Optimize for full screen video clip ___ 16
P Personal meeting ID .

3, 4 Play enter/exit chime ___ 15
Play sound when I receive a chat message.. ___ 12
Processing recording ___ 18
R Record Audio download ___ 18
Audio URL ___ 18
Copy the URL ___ 17
Delete a video ___ 18
On your computer ___ 17
Processing recording ___ 18
To the cloud ___ 17
Upload recording To Kaltura ___ 19
Upload video to YouTube ___ 19
Video download ___ 18
Video URL ___ 18
Record a session ___ 17
Recurring meeting . . 3, 4 Remove control ___ 17
Remove participant ___ 20
Rename participant ___ 20
Request camera control ___ 20
S Schedule a meeting From the desktop ___ 3
From the website ___ 2
Schedule a session ___ 1
Sending an invitation From within a session ___ 6
Sending invitations ___ 4
From the website ___ 4
Within a session window ___ 6
Sending the invitation Join by phone ___ 5
Session URL ___ 5
Set up a Zoom account ___ 1
Share a video URL ___ 18
Share an audio URL ___ 18
Share computer sound ___ 16
Share screen ___ 15
Annotate ___ 17
Hide video panel ___ 17
Hover menu ___ 16
Remove control ___ 17
Stop share ___ 17
Whiteboard ___ 20
Show floating notification when I receive a chat message ___ 12
Show my status as offline when I am inactive # of minutes ___ 12
Show offline contacts ___ 12
Speaker view display ___ 13
Start Zoom when I start Windows ___ 12
Starting a Zoom session ___ 7
Stop recording ___ 17
Stop share ___ 17
Stop video ___ 20
Stopping my video display in Zoom window.

14
Stopping/starting video toggle button ___ 14
T Teaching tips ___ 21
Teaching with Zoom ___ 13
Troubleshooting Cannot be heard ___ 9
Cannot hear anything ___ 9
Microphone ___ 10
Speakers ___ 9
Video ___ 12
U Unmute all . . 15

BMCC Zoom User’s Guide Index page iii Upload recording To YouTube ___ 19
Upload recording to Kaltura ___ 19
Use a Zoom recording ___ 17
Using other devices in Zoom ___ 21
V Video Always show name on video ___ 11
Always turn off video when joining . . 2, 11 Capture 720p by default ___ 11
Enable mirror effect ___ 11
Far end camera control ___ 20
Hide non-video participants ___ 11
Optimize for full screen video clip ___ 16
Participants cannot hear sound ___ 16
Share computer sound ___ 16
Stopping/starting toggle button ___ 14
Video display ___ 16
Video sharing ___ 16
W Whiteboard ___ 20
Z Zoom recording Audio URL ___ 18
Deleting ___ 18
Video URL ___ 18
Zoom URL ___ 1
Zoom window Annotate ___ 17
Hide video panel ___ 17
Lock meeting ___ 15
Lock meeting ___ 15
Lock screen share ___ 15
Main controls ___ 13
Mute all ___ 15
Mute on entry ___ 15
Muting my audio ___ 13
Play enter/exit chime ___ 15
Remove control ___ 17
Share screen ___ 15
Stopping my video display ___ 14
Unmute all ___ 15
Whiteboard .

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