A visual bug in Teams during video call between Teams desktop and mobile
A visual bug exists in Teams that appears when a Teams Desktop and Teams mobile have a 1:1 video call. If mobile user is in Portrait mode, and desktop user in Landscape mode, then image is displayed by taking full width from mobile. This incidentally crops its top and bottom in mobile user video. Mobile users thinks it is fine as he sees his own video properly, but the desktop user can't see the image entirely, loosing top and bottom of the video.
I don't know how this isn't a bigger issue as we have the same problem on all my users. If you answer a video call from your phone, your preview window looks fine, but to the other person it looks like you are holding your phone 6" from your face and it only shows your nose, mouth and chin. It's so bad we can't even use video on our phones because of this.
Geoff Perlman commented
If this is the same bug I am seeing, the mobile user's video is zoomed way in for the desktop user but the mobile user doesn't realize this because their video preview on their mobile device looks fine.