Google Meet now supports Full HD group video meetings

Google Meet, the video conferencing solution by the tech giant, now enables Full HD streaming for group video calls with three or more participants. This feature is exclusively accessible to Workspace subscribers and is currently limited to the web version of Google Meet.

In an official blog post, Google mentions that the enhanced 1080p resolution is initially disabled and necessitates a 1080p camera for activation. However, users can easily enable it through an on-screen prompt or by navigating to the settings menu. Full HD viewing is possible for meeting participants when someone is pinned or if the viewer’s screen supports this video quality.

It’s important to note that enabling this feature will require additional bandwidth, but Google has implemented automatic quality adjustments to compensate for slow internet connections.

The capability to experience video meetings in Full HD is accessible to Google Workspace customers with subscriptions such as Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Starter, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, Teaching and Learning Upgrade, and Workspace Individual. Unfortunately, Google One subscribers do not have access to this feature.

In the earlier part of the year, Google introduced a 1080p option for one-on-one video meetings for all users. The tech giant continues to enhance its video conferencing solution with various features, including the recent addition of a safety feature called ‘On-the-Go’ mode, as well as 360-degree virtual backgrounds, among others.

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