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Ipad Air v5 (M1) running stage manager and additional monitor


Has anyone experienced similar behavior/ have a fix?

IPad OS 16.2 IPad Air v5 - Stage manager - with additional monitor connected. Ipad in Landscape mode.
In the above configuration - when the Zoom meeting is running on the Ipad screen - all apps on the additional monitor become minimized - opening a minimized app causes the lock screen to activate - this does not happen with other apps.
If Zoom meeting is running on external monitor - apps can open on Ipad screen ok - but the camera view is skewed 270" - ie Zoom is not recognizing the Ipad orientation.



I have determined that I think the camera issue is not a Zoom issue, as I have similar problem in Discord. It seems to think that when I move the app to the external display, my iPad is in portrait orientation. In fact, if I turn my iPad to portrait - my video is fine (but in portrait orientation.)


I’ve also noticed that when I try to set the arrangement in iPad Settings (Top, Bottom, Left, Right) - the graphic shows my iPad in Portrait orientation when it’s in landscape, and visa-versa. So I’m wondering if this is more an Apple bug?


Same issue with video window being rotated 90 degrees resulting in me appearing sideways. This only happens when I have Zoom running on external monitor on iPad. Rotating the ipad isn’t an option as I need my keyboard. 


This doesn’t happen with FaceTime so I don’t think it’s an apple issue i think Zoom needs to add video orientation options in the iOS app. 


I also think it is an app issue and an update is needed.


I face the same issue on ipad pro 13 with the latest app on an additional monitor.

I do not know if this is an apple issue or a zoom issue but at the minimum zoom should warn that your video will be rotated by 90 degrees on the additional monitor.


I have the same problem… Any reasons?