To show advanced video settings:

1

While in a meeting, click the down arrow on the video button, then click Settings.

or
2

Click Camera.

3

Click Show advanced video settings.

4

For any of the following settings, select the check box next to a setting to enable it and clear the check box to disable the setting:

  • Hardware acceleration for video—Reduce the load on the CPU, when possible, by off-loading video processing to a supported graphics processing unit (GPU).

     

    Hardware acceleration is supported only with Intel GPUs. Nvidia and AMD GPUs aren’t supported.

  • Allow hardware acceleration for content sharing—Reduce the load on the CPU, when possible, by off-loading processing for content sharing to a supported GPU.

     

    Hardware acceleration is supported only with Intel GPUs. Nvidia and AMD GPUs aren’t supported.

  • Automatically adjust camera brightness—Enable this setting to improve the visibility of content captured by the camera.
  • HD video—Enable high-definition video capture for your Webex meetings. This feature is only available on version 41.3 or later sites.
    • Your site administrator must turn on high-quality video your Webex site to enable this feature during your Webex meetings.

    • The HD video setting appears only if your computer meets the minimum system requirements.

      • Default On—4 GB or more of memory, 4 or more physical cores, and 1.6 GHz or more CPU frequency

      • Default Off—Set for any of the following environments:

        • 1 GB or more of memory and 4 or more physical cores

        • 1 GB or more of memory, 2 or more physical cores, 2 virtual cores, and 1.6 GHz or more CPU clock speed

        • 1 GB or more of memory, 2 or more physical cores, 1 virtual core, and 2.8 GHz or more CPU clock speed

  • Video capture—The Microsoft Framework supports camera capture and video rendering. Select an option from the list:
    • Auto—Auto (default) selects the fastest framework available.

    • To override the automatic option and avoid compatibility issues with the system camera or display hardware, select Microsoft Media Foundation or Microsoft DirectShow.

To show advanced video settings:

1

While in a meeting, click the down arrow on the video button, then click Settings.

or
2

Click Camera.

3

For any of the following settings under Change virtual background, select the check box next to a setting to enable it and clear the check box to disable the setting:

  • Automatically adjust camera brightness—Enable this setting to improve the visibility of content captured by the camera.
  • HD video: Enables high-definition video capture for your Webex meetings. This feature is only available on version 41.3 or later sites.
    • Your site administrator must turn on high-quality video your Webex site to enable this feature during your Webex meetings.

    • The HD video option is visible if your computer meets any of the following minimum system requirements:

      • 1 GB or more of memory and 4 or more physical cores

      • 1 GB or more of memory, 2 or more physical cores, 2 virtual cores, and 1.2 GHz or more CPU frequency

      • 1 GB or more of memory, 2 or more physical cores, 1 virtual core, and 2.4 GHz or more CPU frequency.