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Hello, is it possible that with the macbook air M1 with gpu-7core you can only see 25 participants? According to the requirements they should see 49. Thanks
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Hi @nandomancuso please see my reply to your similar discussion here Macbook air M1/ pro M1
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M1 is not yet in the list of supported CPUs for this feature: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362323-Adjusting-your-video-layout-during-a-virtual-mee...
It will be, probably in the future, though.
Thanks for the reply. A friend of mine has the macbook pro M1 and has the ability to see 49 participants. So my doubt is whether this is also possible on the macbook air.