Register and join events Guide
Event Readiness Guide
No. Adobe Connect runs off of Adobe Flash Player. Flash is installed 99.8% of internet connected PC’s. Flash is the #1 software downloaded in the world; if you’ve used Facebook or YouTube, you have Flash.
Adobe Connect versions 10+ utilize HTML5 and can be viewed in browsers.
Yes. You can download the free Adobe Connect App from Google Play or the Apple App Store.
No. Each individual Named Host has the ability to host a meeting with up to 100 total attendees. A Named Host may create an unlimited number of meeting rooms, however, the Named Host can only use one of their rooms at any one time and rooms cannot be accessed unless the Named Host is present. Named Hosts must be individuals, not groups or generic logins, and a Named Host license cannot be shared between more than one individual.
Yes, you can begin recording your meetings at any time. Doing so is simple.
Adobe Connect traditionally provides recordings in FLV format. With the release of 10.6, Adobe Connect recordings are not created in the HTML format. HTML provides tremendous quality and interactivity. Recordings can also be converted to the MP4 format for offline viewing.
Adobe Connect recordings can be edited and indexed in Adobe Connect Central.
However many participants you have, but it really comes down to as many as your bandwidth can handle. The more you have, the resolution won’t be as great because the display will be so small, but if the room holds 100 you could essentially have 100.
Adobe Connect is the leader in webcam feeds available. The next best is Zoom with 49 feeds.
Your webinar’s performance can be affected by your computer’s connection to the internet, your internet service provider, and the overall internet traffic in your area.
However many the room holds based on the room size purchased.
Yes you can, or you can create a new meeting room URL.
No. You can save it to the shared content folder within Adobe Connect Central. You can then bring the content into your room using the Share Pod.
The session ends 5 minutes after host logs out.
Yes. Up to 20 with MeetingOne’s integrated Audio are available.
Yes, if using VoIP only or AudioOne only. If utilizing Universal Voice (UV), which allows both VoIP and AudioOne participants to interact with one another in the main conference room, VoIP and AudioOne participants are unable to interact with one another in sub-conference rooms. A MeetingOne customer service representative can discuss functionality details with you.
MeetingOne Audio (integrated audio/VoIP) integrates into Adobe Connect allowing you to monitor and control participants from the Adobe Connect interface (mute, unmute, breakout rooms, etc.).
No. We have international audio rates available. We encourage international participants to ALWAYS use the audio feature vs. the VoIP as connectivity can be delayed and spotty so if someone is on VoIP the conversation will be delayed.
Schedule ahead of time – Schedule the meeting in advance so you can have time to organize all the necessary material and information you will be sharing. Upload the day before – upload your presentation and supporting documents the day before so you can preview it without time constraints. Inform your audience – Notify your participants in advance with e-invites or emails with the meeting time, conference number and Adobe Connect Meeting URL.
We offer an additional service where you can arrange to have an operator assist or facilitate your conference.
Event Facilitations, Premium Support packages, Branded Adobe Connect Login page, Bulk Upload service, ScheduleOne, Custom usage reporting, Custom development.
You can contact customer support by dialing 888.523.8445 or dial *0# from your phone (if using integrated audio) to bring a MeetingOne service representative directly into your meeting.
MeetingOne is your all inclusive Virtual Conferencing provider, meaning we can give you Audio AND Web conferencing services AND we can facilitate your Events.
Online instructions are available on our website’s AudioOne Support section.
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