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Understanding telephony and VoIP audio

You should carefully consider your audio options and how you'll use audio during your session. Most webinars require the presenter to have audio so that they can broadcast to users. But ask yourself, do your participants also need to be able to speak during the session? In an earlier movie we saw that I created a session room and set the audio option to use WebEx audio, which allows my participants one of two options.

They can choose telephone audio or Voice over IP audio, which is computer-based audio. When they join a session this window will pop up, prompting them to select their preferred audio option. To use the computer option, they'll need to have a microphone and speaker or headset plugged into their computer. This is not the telephone option. When they click on Call Using Computer they will connect to the audio and then they'll be able to speak to you through their headset microphone or standalone microphone.

A display shows them how strong their audio volume is and the...

Understanding telephony and VoIP audio
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Understanding telephony and VoIP audio provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Karen Hyder as part of the Up and Running with WebEx Training Center

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Business Education + Elearning
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