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Everything video (webcam) related! In Nefsis, you have complete control over videos in a conference.
As a Host in a conference, you can easily play other participants' webcams / videos by clicking Play All under the Video tab.
Should you need to pause anyone's video in a conference, you can select Pause All (to pause everyone) or right-click on an individual and select Pause Video to pause just theirs.
Stop webcams / videos in a conference as a Host by either selecting Stop All (to stop everyone's) or right-click on a participant and select Stop Video to stop just theirs.
Choose and test your preferred webcam or video device for use in the conference.
Change the way webcams / videos are started in a Nefsis conference by selecting Video Playback via the Video tab.
Easily put a face to a name in Nefsis, by clicking the "Show names" icon above the webcams / videos.
In Nefsis, you have a wide choice of video styles to choose from. These are all accessible via the "style" drop down box above the webcams / videos.
Should you ever need to change your own (or another participant's) video device, you can right-click on an attendee in the user-list and select Video settings...
As a Host, you can adjust everyone's webcam / video quality in just a couple of clicks.
Should you wish to lower or raise the video resolutions for everyone in the conference, you can do so via the Video tab in the conference. The higher the resolution, the sharper the image - but will use more bandwidth.
You can easily adjust the "refresh rate" or the "smoothness" of the videos in a conference by lowering or rasing the Frames Per Second via the Video tab. The higher the Frames Per Second, the more bandwidth is used.
Particularly useful when you're after fine detail in a webcam / video, a Host can change the sharpness of videos under the Video tab. Using "Crisp" sharpness will use more bandwidth than "Normal" sharpness.
If you want to make adjustments to your webcam or video device, you can find additional options via the Settings menu.