A remote meeting allows you to include Shaman presentations remotely with the option of adding audio and video to the meeting, from and to any computer that can connect to the internet through a supported web browser without the need for plugins. Learn more about supported browsers.
Set audio and video
When you start a remote meeting you see the option include audio and video. If you allow video, you can also determine if you like the participant to share his or her webcam as well.
Allow access to the microphone and camera
You can make use of your computer's built-in audio with the use of a head-set. The browser will ask you permission to use the microphone and camera.
If you do not provide access, you cannot use the Shaman Remote audio and video capabilities. As a presenter, you should always allow access to make the video and audio capabilities to you. You can toggle both audio and video on and off by clicking the icons found at the bottom left corner of your screen.
As an attendee, If you blocked access, you can join the meeting without audio and video and will be able to hear and view the presenter's and all other participants' webcam if it's enabled, but you won't be able to share your webcam, and you won't be heard by the everyone on the meeting. You can change permission by going through the browser settings.
Waiting for participants
Once you have provided audio access, you will hear the background or hold music while waiting for other participants' to join in. The music will stop once at least one other participant has joined the meeting.
Mute/unmute audio and video
By default, all participants' microphones will be switched off once they have joined the meeting. The mute button can be switched on and off within the duration of the call.
Manage your own audio, video connection
If you want to change your camera during the meeting you can open your audio and video settings. When you get disconnected during the meeting, Shaman will automatically try to reconnect. You can also try it manually here.
See the participants and settings panel in action: