Google Meet gets new audio sync feature

Google Meet gets new audio sync feature
Google Meet gets new audio sync feature
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Google Workspace released an update Today this could make video conferencing in meeting rooms a little more comfortable. With its new ‘adaptive audio’ feature, Google Meet will sync the microphones and speakers of all the laptops in a room for an improved overall audio experience. It will offer setup without any input. of the users. As soon as Meet detects the presence of multiple laptops in a room, it will automatically sync them.

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Google says this will also fix the issue of “awkward audio echoes and feedback.” The company proposed this as a solution for limited meeting workspaces or insufficient video conferencing equipment. The update is expected to help employees conduct meetings from any room in their workplace and not have to search for the appropriate equipment or huddle around a single laptop.

Google promises a gradual rollout of the feature starting May 22 and a full rollout starting June 5, 2024. Apparently, the feature will be on by default and you’ll have to go to settings to turn it off. You can do this by navigating to Settings > Audio > Adaptive Audio. Additionally, there is no administrator control for this feature, because all participants will have the same microphone and announcer rights.

Adaptive audio is available to Google Workspace customers with Gemini Enterprise, Gemini Business, Gemini Education, Gemini Education Premium, and AI Meetings. and the messaging plugin. Please note that you cannot use the feature with Meet hardware devices.

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