Google Meet lastly helps 1080p video calls — however just for paying subscribers. In an replace on Wednesday, Google says it’s bringing the improve to pick Workspace and Google One customers.
Moreover, you may solely entry 1080p video calls on the web-based model of Google Meet, and all of it is dependent upon whether or not your pc’s webcam really helps the decision. Google additionally notes that you just’ll want extra bandwidth to ship 1080p video and says that it’ll mechanically modify your decision if bandwidth is “constrained.”
The characteristic isn’t enabled by default, however you may toggle it on by choosing the three dots within the prime proper nook of your video feed after which hitting Activate HD video. Since Google Meet beforehand solely supported resolutions of 720p or decrease, it’s good that we lastly get the possibility to see our colleagues extra clearly. Different videoconferencing apps, together with Zoom and Microsoft Groups, have already got assist for 1080p calls.
Google says 1080p video calling is out there for all customers with the next plans: Workspace Enterprise Customary, Enterprise Plus, Enterprise Starter, Enterprise Customary, Enterprise Plus, the Instructing and Studying Improve, Training Plus, Enterprise Necessities, and Frontline. It’s additionally out there to customers with a Google One plan that helps not less than 2TB of storage.
#Google #Meet #lastly #helps #1080p #video #calls