The Lync Web App plug-in is great and could be used to add Audio and Video capability to Exchange OWA, to use it as a full client when the user could no use anything else (for eg. Internet Cafè)
Right now, the audio test service account has a long SIP address, such as sip:RtcApplicationfirstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to enable federation for this so you can test externally, you have to know this long address. It would be nice to be able to change it for easier use. By the way - changing it in adsiedit breaks it.
I would like to see the Conferencing policies expanded/seperated so that I can assign a user the ability to have 200 participants for an audio conference and another policy that only allow 15 participants for a video conference.
Its a pity that when I click Join Lync Meeting and then choose to join the meeting audio via a DDI of my choosing that the video is then disabled.
Would be handy if I still had the option to have video without the workaround of joining without audio and then inviting my DDI.
This would help training so so much. Right now we can use airplay to mirror and record training sessions or do live sales demos, but when you add A/V, airplay is blocked. This is NOT blocked in the iPhone, but in the iPhone, Lync audio isn't airplayed either.
I do not know if it is client or server side but recording quality is really bad, especially for the video frame and audio encoding. There is a world between what you see/hear live and the exported recording :-( We are using a 720p video feed and audio from a mixing console (hand and tie mics) so the diference from live to export is really bad :-( So far I capture the slides wit Lync the I add audio and video into a Premiere ...more »