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Managing Connect Performance in Lower Bandwidth Situations

With the advent of COVID-19 and the vert significant changes it has made to the way we communicate, the loading on local internet connectivity and the wider loading on servers is unprecedented. This post is intended to give Connect presenter ad hosts some guidelines that can make the difference between a successful session and a […]

Top Best Practices for Content and Sharing in Adobe Connect

There are a few relatively simple things that you can do in your Connect room to improve the experience and efficiency of your sessions. A few of the best practices that have the best ‘return on investment’ are below.’ In any of the scenarios below, take the time to click on the green bars to […]

10 minutes on bandwidth/performance/latency in your Connect room

This is a relatively quick post to let you ensure you are doing everything you can to get the most out of your Connect room.  Specifically this deals with bandwidth, latency, performance when using cameras, voice, PowerPoint, videos (MP4) and screen-sharing. 1 – Hard Wire your ethernet/internet connection wherever possible: I have run many meetings […]

Guidelines for managing performance in a Connect Meeting

*Note – Updated to reflect Connect 9.3 bandwidth and quality controls* Connect performance is typically related to four areas, but it should be understood that ultimately, Connect might not be the right solution for the client if expectations of performance and the ultimate experience are too far apart.  Some infrastructures and use-cases are just not […]

How do Breakout Rooms affect Connect Meeting Room bandwidth?

In my experience there is absolutely no discernable bandwidth compromise from the Breakout Rooms, but the technical answer and the Best Practices answer would be equally relevant here Imagine Breakout Rooms as ‘concurrent meetings’.  If I have 20 people and took them into 4 breakout rooms with 5 people in each then the bandwidth is […]