As a remote participant you can:
As a remote observer you can:
Interactive guide (i.e., tutorial) through Meetecho features.
Leave the meeting room.
If you are logged in as a Participant you will see a hand icon to the right of your name. You can enter the virtual mic queue by clicking on the hand. The WG chair will recognize you when it’s your turn to speak.
When recognized by the chair, your audio and video icons will turn green. This means that you are broadcasting both audio and video. You can pause/resume by clicking on the icons. You can release the floor by clicking on the hand.
If you have joined as an Observer, you can still become a Participant and be capable of raising your hand by clicking on the hand icon.
If you have joined as a Participant, you can still become an Observer, thus releasing your audio/video devices, by clicking on the crossed hand icon.
This is the default view, showing the slides at the center and the video feeds on the right.
Click the to show the available audio feeds, including alternatives to WebRTC (RTSP, HTML5, RTMP).
Etherpad. Note: this icon is only visible when the WG Chair has enabled the Etherpad.
Click to show only video feed(s) of presenter(s), hiding the presentation slides.
Click to reconnect to the audio stream.
Slide to adjust incoming audio volume.
Incoming/outgoing bitrates are shown on the bottom of the page.
Hovering on a video shows the current bitrate and allows to reconnect or temporarily disable a video stream.