The typical cause of video issues is not having connected to Zoom Video when you joined the meeting. After you've clicked on the link to join the Zoom session, you may be asked to preview your video option before officially joining the meeting. You can select whether or not to have your video on so others can see you. This should not affect your ability to see the teacher or course host.
If you do not have your video on upon entering the meetings you can click on the camera at the bottom left of the Zoom window to turn your video on or off.
Zoom Tutorial about video and audio settings
Click here to watch a YouTube video demonstrating how to test your computer audio and video.
Also, check these basics:
- Are you attending at the correct session time?
- Is your computer volume on and turned up sufficiently?
- Are your computer speakers working properly?
- Is your headset (if using) working properly?
- Do you have the most recent Zoom update? It is imperative that you are using the most current version of Zoom, or it may affect your live class sessions. Visit this link for instructions on how to update Zoom.
If none of these suggestions work, try the following:
- Reboot your computer.
- Clear your cache.
- Test your Zoom connection. Join a test Zoom meeting by visiting zoom.us/test to familiarize yourself with Zoom and test your microphone/speakers. Click here for full instructions.
If you need assistance beyond these recommendations, please contact Zoom Support directly.
If you have any trouble connecting to Zoom during class, please connect by phone with the instructions on the Course Homepage, and AFTER class reach out to our Customer Support Team for additional assistance.
The video recording will be available on the Course Homepage 48 hours after airing to stream or download.