Audio Broadcast

Document created by Cisco Documentation Team on Sep 13, 2016Last modified by Cisco Documentation Team on Sep 1, 2017
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Set up Audio Broadcast

 

When scheduling large events, in addition to choosing your audio options, you can allow participants to hear a one-way audio broadcast through their computer speakers.

  
      
1    On the Schedule an Event page, scroll down to Audio Conference Settings.
2    Select the conference type from the drop-down list.
3    Check the Provide audio to attendees using Audio Broadcast check box.

Using Audio Broadcast

 

If audio broadcast is enabled for your event, the Audio Broadcast dialog box (see Figure 1) appears automatically when you join the event.

  
Figure 1. Audio Broadcast Dialog Box

  

When you use audio broadcast, you hear the event audio through your computer speakers. To speak, request to join the teleconference. Otherwise, you communicate only using nonverbal tools, such as feedback, chat, and Q & A.

  
Do the following:               
OptionDescription
Click the button……to pause the audio broadcast.
Move the volume slider …to change the volume of the audio broadcast.
Click the button or button……to mute or unmute the audio broadcast.
Click the button……to stop the audio broadcast and close the Audio Broadcast dialog box.

Audio Broadcast FAQs

                      
 

Question

  
 

Answer

  
 

What is the capacity for Audio Broadcast?

  
 

3,000 attendees

  
 

Which service does Audio Broadcast support?

  
 

Event Center only

  
 

Does Audio Broadcast support a mixed mode or hybrid audio conference?

  
 

Yes. The meeting role determines the type of connections. Hosts, presenters, and panelists join the meeting by using PSTN only. Attendees join by using Audio Broadcast initially (until they are promoted to full speaking privileges).

  
 

Does Audio Broadcast support third-party audio bridges?

  
 

Yes

  
 

How do I use UDP transport for Audio Broadcast sessions?

  
 

UDP is only supported for non-SSL sites. The IP ports 7500 and 7501 must be opened for outbound communication using UDP on the corporate firewall. UDP is selected automatically if the ports are open.

  
 

Can you use Audio Broadcast over dial-up connections?

  
 

Audio Broadcast can be used over dial-up connections although this is not a recommended application. UCF-based PowerPoint sharing works satisfactorily as long as Video is not enabled and only one active microphone is in use. Application and desktop sharing with Audio Broadcast is not supported.

  
 

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