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I've been running into this strange situation where a presenter is using PowerPoint during one of our webinars and the recording superimposes their camera video on the top right. Not just that but it's lifted just a little bit above the presentation too so when I get the video file of the recording the video is in a weird aspect ratio to accommodate.
Is this something in PowerPoint that's doing this or something on Zoom? (see picture for example)
I have found that Zoom is responsible for this layout. I have users who have submitted service tickets in relation to this. It is not popular. I have submitted a feature request to Zoom requesting the previous recording layout where the camera is to the side of the content, not on top of it.