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If for some reason a dialog box does not appear, or if you wish to change your settings after the game has started, click on the Camera icon (highlighted in pink below) to change your settings.Further down on the My Settings tab, past the Video Voice heading is the Video Audio Chat Options Options heading.Chat Tech: This drop down menu allows you to switch between Roll20 Web RTC or None for your video/voice chat options.Web formerly known as “RCPmedia Releasers Community Projects” is a non-commercial brand of a web community that support and distributes free Web-Service.Designs and development of Software, Apps, Extensions, Addons and Websites for all platforms in all languages.Richard is a Computer Vision Researcher, head of the CV team. Thus, everything Richard does is correct, and everything Guy does is “cute” and “a nice attempt”.
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Upon choosing a different Video selection than what was selected before (this includes setting it to or from None), your and all other players currently in the game will have their browser tab refreshed. One of the unique features of Roll20 Web RTC is the ability to move the player avatars to wherever you want on the screen.
This can be very helpful when you have a specific broadcast overlay for streaming.
”: he doesn’t handle the CV stuff so much as provide an application framework to make the CV folks lives easy.
It’s a solid division of labor, with one notable exception: Richard.
Once at least two people log into a game using any Broadcast options beyond None, you should see a dialog box along the top of your screen that asks you to give permission for Roll20 to use your camera/microphone.