Audio Level Meter - Primetime

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It would be nice to see a visual audio level on the presenters, this way it's a visual confirmation that audio is truly going out.

I know that I can just turn up the volume on our laptop but I sit in a control room and moderate Primetime events.  We have speakers for us to hear what's going on locally in the room and we have a talk-back mic in the control room as well.  Turning up the volume on the laptop can sometimes cause feedback.

It's definitely not holding us back from using the solution but it would be great to see that feature added in!
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Manish Parmar

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Posted 2 years ago

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Tedd Fox, Official Rep

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We will have a volume slider soon after GA.
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Juan Castellon

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Hi Tedd is this already implemented? I also need this feature. Thanks!
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Hello Juan,

We already have a feature in our PrimeTime events where it shows when an endpoint is detecting audio. When a presenter or moderator speaks, their icon changes to show that they are actively picking up audio. Here is an example:

Both I and the other moderator were speaking, so the animation shows this wave that we are speaking. This translates to that person being the active video feed for attendees (depending on what layout you are using).

We currently do not have a "level" that actively shows that amount of audio detected, just that the user is picking up audio.

Lee - BlueJeans Support