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03-22-2021 02:10 PM
Product: Envy 32
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)
I have an HP Envy 32 all in one desktop with an integrated webcam. By default it takes a wide angle photo, which isn't great from Zoom or other video meetings. I can't find any settings to zoom the camera in tighter. Does anyone know of how to do this? Thanks!
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03-25-2021 02:03 PM - edited 03-26-2021 10:33 AM
Hi@agbiggs, Welcome to the HP Support Community!
We reviewed your post and I understand that the need help changing the setting in Zoom,.
Don’t worry, I assure you I will try my best to get this sorted.
View your video feed and change your camera.
- Camera: Select the camera you want Zoom to use.
- Video ratio: Select Original Ratio (usually a 4:3 aspect ratio) or HD (usually 16:9 aspect ratio)
- Mirror my video: Horizontally flip your video. This option is useful if your camera flips your video by default.
- Touch up my appearance: Apply a softening effect to skin to minimize the visibility of imperfections.
- Adjust for low light: Improves video brightness and quality in low light surroundings.
- Always display participants name on their video: Display participant's name overlayed on their video.
- Turn off my video when joining a meeting: Automatically disable your video when joining a meeting.
- Always show video preview dialog when joining a video meeting
- Hide non-video participants: Hide participants' thumbnail if they don't have video-enabled. Thumbnails for non-video participants display their name.
- See me as the active speaker while speaking: Place your video as the primary active speaker on your own screen when you speak.
- Maximum participants displayed per screen in Gallery View:
Choose between 25 participants or 49 participants (if supported by your device)
- Advanced: View advanced settings
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