10-09-2017 05:56 AM
10-09-2017 05:56 AM
We are trying to show a video about Teams from Ignite in a Teams meeting. Three attendees tried sharing their screen and playing the video, but no one could hear the sound. One of the attendees said it was his understanding that a video would need to be embedded in a PowerPoint document and played from PowerPoint, is that true?
04-20-2020 01:12 PM
@Erik Olsson My students cannot hear the video that I am sharing with them in a Teams video conference. I have manually tried to switch between microphone array (realtech audio) and stereo mix. Neither by the way allows my students to "hear" the video I am playing. Please Help!
04-20-2020 01:23 PM
@UFinley Stereo mix isn't required, there's now a feature in Teams so share system audio. See https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/share-system-audio-in-a-teams-meeting-dddede9f-e3d0-4330-87...
04-21-2020 08:45 AM
@Steven Collier thank you I was able to see this box that allowed me to turn on the system sound.
I played the video I tried to show last time and the sound worked but the video did not. I am trying to show my kids "Romeo and Juliet" (1996 version) through Prime Video on Starz. Today I had the sound but my students said they ALL had black screens.
Please help. How can I get this to work
04-21-2020 10:02 AM - edited 04-21-2020 10:04 AM
I find it is good practice to make sure the video I am sharing is placed to present in the Desktop window. So, when you click the 'Share Icon' and follow this by ticking the 'Include Audio' checkbox, click the Desktop window just below and start your video in this window. The window shows as populated with the Teams interface in the Share panes windows but when clicked will show what is currently on your Desktop, which will be your Video Window.
My thanks and cheerio for now, DavidJ
04-21-2020 10:21 AM
That wouldn't be allowed under your Amazon Prime agreement, they won't allow you to rebroadcast their streaming service. I'm not sure, but I would expect they have a mechanism in place to specifically prevent any screen capture software seeing their video. Otherwise people would just play the latest movie and screen record it.