At the ZOOM meeting, it seems that up to 3 people can play the voice at the same time, and when the 4th person makes a voice, the voice of the first voice is cut. Is there a way to keep giving priority to the sound of this first sounding thing?
To be specific
Playing music from a single user while sharing slides during a meeting Because we are sharing slides, we cannot share separate audio. In this case, two users can speak in addition to the user playing the music, but the music will be cut as soon as the third user speaks.
To revive it, let ZOOM recognize that it will make a sound by stopping it and then playing it or raising the volume.
Ideally, I want the music to continue to play in the background even if multiple users speak. Is there a good way?
Shared Computer audio should act as a "bed" and not be interrupted (or "ducked") when other people are speaking.
In my case, this is not working. I would like to, but it is not. Shared Computer Audio is ducked (and kind of muffled) when someone else in the meeting says something. It looks like Zoom gives a priority to the someone's microphone over shared Computer Audio. I need to share my Computer Audio without ducking. How to accomplish this? Thank you!
Hello, not really. This is still not working properly. The workaround for that is to use two different sound cards for the host outputs. One is standard Windows output (this is what becomes shared computer audio) and second separate output is for Zoom Speaker. For me as host it requires to have two sets of speakers or headphones+speakers. Which is not ideal but it works. But please is anyone will come with a better solution, let us know. Btw I am on Windows, not Mac.