VSee Audio/Video Settings: iPhones

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Published 04/09/2015 at 11:47pm UTC

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Here are instructions and tips for adjusting your audio and video settings during your videoconference. These can be useful if you are interested in:

  • muting your microphone (in a group chat) and your camera (if wandering away).

Answer

 

Adjust your speaker volume

1. Tap on the other person's video feed, and a volume bar will appear near the bottom. Drag the volume indicator to the left or right to change the volume of the other person speaking.

Volume bar on other person's video tile

 

 

Mute your microphone

1. Tap the phone screen, and a panel should appear with 4 icons. 

Mute button 

 

2. Tap on the microphone icon all the way on the left to mute the mic. (If the iPhone is already muted, there will be a microphone icon with a strikethrough on your video window.)

Muted icon

 

 

 

Mute your camera 

1. Tap the phone screen, and a panel should appear with 4 icons. 

Mute button 

 

2.  Tap on the "Camera" icon (second from the left) to bring up the Camera menu. Touch the switch next to "Camera" to turn your camera on or off.

Camera icon on an iPhone 

 

 

Flip your camera 

1. Tap the phone screen, and a panel should appear with 4 icons. 

Mute button 

 

2.  Tap on the "Camera" icon (second from the left) to bring up the Camera menu. Touch the "Flip Camera" section to flip to your rear camera (or back to front camera).

Camera icon on an iPhone 

 

 

 

Allow camera or microphone

1. Open your "Settings". 

Settings icon

 

 

2. Scroll to the bottom and tap on "VSee" on the left-hand side. 

iPhone settings

 

 

3. Be sure that the toggles next to "Microphone" and "Camera" are green.

VSee allowances

 

 

 

This article was last reviewed by our Support team on March 24, 2016.