Unified Meeting 5

FAQs

Application sharing allows you to make any application on your computer visible to participants in your web meeting. You can share a specific file or your entire desktop for other participants to view and annotate. If given permission, a participant can do the same.

To be seen by other participants, install a web video camera before starting a web meeting. Your web camera transmits live video of you to other participants. Note: You must install the Unified Meeting® 5 application to view and broadcast desktop video.

If you do not have a web camera, you can participate in a meeting and see other participants' video, but you are not able to send live desktop video. Note: You must install the Unified Meeting® 5 application to view and broadcast video.

Yes. You can schedule and launch web meetings directly from your Outlook calendar after you install Unified Meeting® 5 on your computer. Once downloaded, you can schedule from a new button located at the top of your calendar tool bar.

With the Pay As You Go Online Meeting plan Unified Meeting® 5 supports up to 125 participants.

Upon joining the web portion of the meeting, participants are prompted to select or enter a phone number where they will be called to join the meeting. Alternatively, participants can dial into the meeting using the onscreen instructions.

Unified Meeting® 5 requires little to no internal resources, and supports the following operating systems:

Microsoft® Windows XP SP3/ Vista/ 7
Mac® OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or higher