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    Sharing Audio in Meet – Update Alert

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    A TABnificent update is being rolled out to how we share video and audio in Google Meet!
    This is rolling out to domains as we speak! Sharing a tab with audio and video is now made Super easy! Here's the overview!

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    1. Hi, I'm trying to share audio from macbook 'music' app rather than through chrome browser. I have found when playing audio from google drive in chrome that it often needs to be refreshed, particularly with larger files. I can more reliably play audio downloaded to 'music' app but can't work out how to share that audio in a google meet meeting

    2. But it's still lacking the important feature of sharing the audio from an external program or application outside Chrome. What if I want to cast a movie for my students directly from some media player? Google Meet just won't let me do that unlike Zoom for exemple.

    3. Thanks for the video. I'm having issues with audio when I'm showing a presenting a video while in Meet. I choose the correct tab, but the audio is very poppy. It is in sync but sound quality is bad. Any suggestions. Oh, and I mute my mic when presenting the video. Thanks

    4. Zoom doesn't limit you to browser content. It allows you to share DESKTOP audio too. Why can't Google just copy what Zoom does? Checkbox "Share Computer Audio" Done

    5. I wound up at this video because I looked up "how to present a WINDOW in google meet with audio."

      My disappointment can't be described with words.

    6. How do you share your computer audio (not in a tab) via Google Meets? For example, if I want to play music from the spotify app or share a game app screen and audio, is that possible?

    7. would really like to be able to adjust audio stream for Experiential Learning to help people understand how challenging it is for people with hearing loss to understand speech in various situations; is it possible to add an equalizer to a stream during a Google Meet so we can add an adjusted audio and listeners get the experience of having a hearing loss? for example a typical sensorineural hearing loss? Thanks indeed for any suggestions.

    8. That's fine, but what if I ONLY want to share audio (a song, say) and not my screen, window or tab? Sometimes we want to hear audio but still see each other as normal. Any ideas?

    9. This is really inconvenient. You must present and unpresent from single tab in order to use other material with the video. I tend to stop videos and point to something else. Also, while you are presenting and unpresenting your students can lose focus! External speakers (maybe held near the presenters speaker) work better for me. Because I am using me speakers no students can be close by as that causes feedback.

    10. for those who experience audio lag when presenting video in chrome tab, I suggest that you download the video instead. present it using "a window" you may use VLC window player. now for you to broadcast your audio, go to gmeet settings, click audio and set microphone to "stereo mix". This will prevent audio video to lag because data transmission is direct and short. Thank you

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