Zoom test audio and video
Your test Zoom meeting will now begin. Zoom provides a pop-up screen to test your speakers. Click the Yes button if you hear the sound through your speakers.
If you do not hear the test ringtone, click No and Zoom will test a different speaker. You can also use the drop-down menu to select a different speaker. If your speaker test is not successful, you will be offered the option to connect to audio by phone. Next, you will be prompted to test your microphone. As directed, speak a few words and then pause.
Zoom will record your words and play them back. Click Yes if you hear a replay. If you do not, click No , and Zoom will test your other microphone s , if any. You can also use the drop-down menu to select a different microphone. If your microphone test is not successful, you will be offered the option to connect to audio by phone. Zoom will confirm that your speaker and microphone are working correctly and list the devices for your future reference.
Click the Join with Computer Audio button to share and receive audio in the meeting. You are now joined to the test meeting as an attendee and can familiarize yourself with the layout. A few options to note on the bottom tool bar: The Mute and Share video buttons are in the bottom left corner. A slash through either icon shows it is muted or not sharing video.
It is always a good idea to test your technology before you host a virtual meeting or event. Testing your audio and video feeds on Zoom is easy. Zoom also provides access to test meetings.
Even if you are not the host, you may want to test Zoom ahead of your scheduled Zoom meeting. There are several ways to test Zoom. You can also make a test call to validate your microphone and video functioning right from your Zoom Meetings app. When you start a New Meeting orange icon , you will also have a chance to test your speakers and microphone.
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Zoom: Test Your Video. For the best meeting experience, test your video before your Zoom meeting. Follow this link to test your audio. This option lets you test your audio and video even if you don’t have the Zoom desktop client installed. It is a good choice if you plan to host or attend a.