- Aug 18, 2015
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YOU have had no problems, but what about the other attendees? I know in our application, we have several that have low bandwidth and we have to disable their video in order to listen to their comments. Trying to do both, with little, to no crippled turtles, makes it a horror to try to view. At least, that's our experience.
But some devices, at times, are woeful. I had a test meeting earlier using my main rig as host, and a Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (Android 9), and an ASUS T100T (Win 10), as participant devices. The Windows device did well. The Samsung, not so much. And they were on the same network, even though the Tab S5e is IMEI equipped. So, all in all, it's good when it's good, and not so much, when it's not.
I'm not hosting the Zoom meetings so cannot answer for the others on there. I don't doubt based on what you have stated & what has been posted on here, that some possibly could have snags with whom I'm communicating but so don't they with Skype, Facetime (or whatever it's called) and with some of the others. The technology isn't perfect as you know well, so there's going to be greater or smaller doses of joyful grief hither and yon with all of them I suppose.
Now saying all that, watch me on the next Zoom meeting have my laptop burst into a ball of flame & level the whole house!
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