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Troubleshooting "Your Internet Connection Is Unstable" On

I also fully agree with what @gw68 said - quite often it is the peripheral that causes an issue. When we started with webconferincing the cheapest stuff did the job as we were just using G.711 and CIF - but now with OPUS and H.264 actually peripherals really matter.

Posted: Thursday Jul 2, 2020

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Posted: (2 days ago) I also fully agree with what @gw68 said - quite often it is the peripheral that causes an issue. When we started with webconferincing the cheapest stuff did the job as we were just using G.711 and CIF - but now with OPUS and H.264 actually peripherals really matter.

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