Share video and audio during meetings
During meetings we need to be able to share an online video with team members. Videos could be in Stream or Youtube or Vimeo or others. And this includes sharing the video sound. Currently we use normal Teams screen sharing, but all team members on the call can either hear or see, the video/audio are always asynchronous.
We are happy to announce this feature is released on Windows. We are working on support for Mac and will update as we have more details.
Please refer to this page for more info on this feature: https://support.office.com/article/share-system-audio-in-a-teams-meeting-dddede9f-e3d0-4330-873a-fa061a0d8e3b.
Hi, I updated my local Teams version, shared desktop and participant could not hear youtube audio. is there something else to change on the tenant?
Jawad Saadi commented
why is in only in meetings, we were waiting for it in Live events where showing recorded content is essential. How can you have very advanced features, and miss a lot of basics !!
not sure if we can continue to wait with no committed time frame
Raphaël Thiffault commented
Any news on adding the audio to video presentation. Very important to have it....
Could you keep me updated as well. Very keen on this feature as we use teams to offer online English lessons. Let me know if you have a beta version. As mentioned the system audio feature is not working.
Jawad Saadi commented
someone posted below that it was rolled out (link Below) . but the feature is not working, please just provide an update
can play the video but not the sound. please available this feature. to hear the sound of the video.
Jeff Allen commented
I'd like to be able to use include system audio for videos and audio in meetings on Surface Hub and Mac like you can in Windows.
Kevin Perkins commented
I created a live Broadcast to see if I could get audio to Attendees. The Attendees we're able to see the video, but know audio was present. Is Teams able to have audio with the video in the live broadcast? If so, how does that get setup? Appreciate any feedback or input you have on this.
James Olarte commented
Just early this month (AUGUST), I was able to broadcast my video presentation as a presenter with no problems.
But 2 weeks after my presentation, the audio of my video presentation suddenly stopped working.
I hope this get's resolved the soonest as I will have another town hall meeting in SEPT which I really loved the way I was able to present last time. Thank you.
I am still not able to share audio with video. Does anyone have an idea?
looks likes its being rolled out already,
Jon Small commented
Has there been any further progress with this feature? It really is essential to be able to share video sound in Teams. An update would be greatly appreciated.
Tim Barber commented
This is a necessary function for the monthly update presentations.
While this feature is being tested, if you need to show a video clip in a TEAMS or TEAMS Live Event, here is what I do:
I have a Black Magic Web presenter that I use regularly to incorporate the feeds from an A/V panel and a HD camera into TEAMS and Webex meetings. The web presenter treats the feed as a USB source replacing the webcam and USB headset. It also synchs the audio up with the video playback eliminating the latency issue.
I take an HDMI out from a second laptop into my presenter laptop via the web presenter. I play the video clip back (sometimes the second laptop is a Mac playing back sing Playback Pro, sometimes it is a PC playing back using Windows Media app)
Using this method avoids problems with low bandwidth attendees joining from home over home wi-fi (with a VPN running) because the size of the playback screen can be controlled to some degree by the attendee. It works, but the web presenter is not especially cheap.
Alex, can you provide us with an update on this feature? Your announcement that it was being tested was over two months ago.
Would like to hear this feature ready soonest..
This is a vitally necessary feature for our work, looking forward to its release. Thanks.
Jami Breese commented
This would be tremendously helpful as a feature in Teams. We frequently show videos, both hosted internally and externally, and making this more seamless would be a huge boon.