Select Camera resolution 4K, 1080p, 720p, 480p - Settings
Select camera resolution for video call in the Teams app. Settings for 4K, 1080p Full HD. 720p HD, 480p with reference/ information of maximum bandwidth required per each resolution. Microsoft Surface Hub to be able manage this resolution with policy applied from Azure - Intune.
Cardstack Consulting commented
Its a shame that this had to be requested. In this remote first env, HD video for conferencing software is a must. Please do this ASAP.
Please let us broadcast higher quality video. It's such a shame that we've come to rely so much on Teams, but we can't even broadcast in 1080p.
Steve King commented
It seems to me that if Microsoft is pushing the Surface Hub managed by Azure that offers high resolutions then why would Microsoft allow Teams to compete directly with it if Teams had the same high resolution. It appears Microsoft is still figuring out the monetization models for this growing video/interactive technology space.
"Microsoft's giant 85-inch Surface Hub 2S will arrive in January 2021 for $21,999.99"
We would like please to communicate this urgent request to Microsoft Teams. Let me know if this post is enough, or any other official mean could be used.
Our office, like many, targets to be carbon neutral by 2030. Outr officce has gone on a huge digital transformation, and thus uses digital tools, such as the suite of MS Teams applications.
We would like to have the possibility for our users to choose the video resolution setting when for example doing online meetings (i.e.. not to choose automatically the optimal video quality, but eventually to downgrade it when needed).
This key feature is not available yet within MS Teams and already present in other e-meeting solutions.
This begins to be a concern.
When will it be pls available.
Andrew Buck commented
Please fix! Every other app, I look fine, but on Teams I am a blurry mess! What an embarassment for Microsoft.
Being able to set a target resolution would be particularly good when running live events in Teams. If you've got a nice crisp source then it would be good to force that to go out (at your own peril).
Brand new webcam, and all anyone can tell me is it looks like a blurry mess. Only in Teams though.
Teams is behind most other video collaboration products in this area. Web cameras are moving to 1080P (and many of us are using DSLRs as webcams for even better quality) & home internet speeds of 1Gb/s are increasing.
Microsoft knows more about hardware than any company--put that knowledge to use!
Ove Østerby commented
Want this :)
It's terribly annoying when trying to show highres video (ie 1080p) and all is blurry. No warning message. Essential info lost.
Fred Larsen commented
Now that 4k monitors and cameras are the new "normal" for professionals, the resolution supported in Teams is heavily limiting and seems really from the 1990s.
We also need to be able to share 4k screen content when working together. Our team is so hindered by this.
charles woodward commented
I'm using a visualizer and the resolution choice effects zoom level. Teams picks 0.3 Mega pixels rendering the output useless :(
like the idea, as I have a 4k cam and I do not know if it is using this resolution or 640x320 by default ^^
Many of my co-workers are using 4K monitors, have 4K Logitech cameras, powerful multi-core laptops, and have 100 Mbps to 1 Gbps Internet access. Our company of about 2,00 employees has multiple 10 Gbps Internet access circuits from multiple ISPs.
Having 4K video conferencing would enhance our team building, meetings, and more.
Can a camera putting 480p through a Elgato display at 1080p on the web?
Even on zoom you can disable hd video. Settings in the windows camera app works also perfectly fine for me, but it don't affects the skype or teams camera settings. Please put the camera app setings for video also in teams, plus including a rotation function.
Manuel Ruiz commented
In our country, the internet bandwitdh is very limited and most cameras are 720p, so it would be great for us to be able to choose.
Definitely need to be able to select resolution to reduce bandwidth consumption, prevent audio and video freezing / failing, dropped calls, etc.
This would be cool if it can be controlled within the admin MS Teams admin center.