Send and Receive Video Overview
If a video camera is installed on your computer, you can send video. Other participants can see you, or whatever you focus your webcam on. To see video, participants do not need to have a webcam installed on their computers.
WebEx Meeting Center and Training Center support high-definition (HD) video with up to 720-pixel resolution. Other WebEx services, such as Event Center and Support Center, support high-quality video with up to 360-pixel resolution. The technology automatically adjusts video to the highest quality for each participant according to the computer capabilities and network bandwidth.
Your administrator can set video options at the site level. A meeting host can set video options on the scheduler and in the meeting. If your site or meeting is not set up to use HD or high-quality video, standard video is used.
Minimum System Requirements for Video Conferencing
Quick Reference Tasks: Video Conferencing
If you want to...
Start or stop sending video
Select the video icon beside your name.
View all participants who are sending video
Select the Participants icon in the upper-right corner of the video display
Return to the Meeting window
See the active speaker (or the specific participant the host chose to lock on) in full-screen view
Select the Expand icon in the upper-right corner of the active speaker's display.
Return to the view where you see everyone who is sending video
Select the Minimize icon in the upper-right corner of your screen.
Set webcam options such as contrast, sharpness, and brightness
Windows: At the top right of the Participants panel, select the options icon.
Mac: At the bottom right of the Participants panel, select the options icon.
Enable or disable the automatic sending of video in all meetings
Disable video pop-up for future meetings
At the top right of the Participants panel, select the options icon.