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I just installed a trial version of RealPresence Desktop.  When a video call is made between two computers, the default video layout is to have the remote webcam adjacent to a small local webcam.  Is there a way of eliminating the local webcam or placing it picture-in-picture so that the remote webcam video can be full screen? 

 

BTW, I did see this page:

http://support.polycom.com/PolycomService/support/us/support/video/realpresence_desktop/configuring_...

Here is provides instructions for changing the video layout for a call hosted by the Polycom RMX system.  I do not have RMX hardware.

 

Thanks for your help!

 

   - Bogue12

 

 

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Did you try double clicking in the Far end window/video ?

 

Cheers,


Gary M

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Did you try double clicking in the Far end window/video ?

 

Cheers,


Gary M

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Hah!  That was easy.  Thanks, Gary!

   - Bogue12

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