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Google Meet Zoom integration gets support for HDMI presentations

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Google announced that it is releasing a new feature that will be based on the interoperability between Google Meet and Zoom. Users of these platforms can now display content via a wired HDMI connection during video meetings.

The new functionality will allow users to display HDMI content in Zoom Meetings from Google Meet hardware devices. Similarly, users will be able to display HDMI content in Google Meet calls from supported Zoom rooms.

Two-way interoperability between Google Meet and Zoom was introduced in early 2023, allowing users to join virtual meetings on all platforms. However, the integration lacks support for some Zoom features, such as polls, slideshows, and dual-screen support.

“This is designed to make it even easier for our customers and their users to connect and collaborate with people outside the Meet ecosystem,” Google said in Blog post Explanation of the new feature.

Google Meet hardware Zoom Interop is enabled by default. On supporting pillar, Google says that enabling interoperability automatically enables HDMI presentation. You can display content such as slides, animation, video and audio, the support page mentions, adding that HDMI presentation is not supported on Poly and Logitech devices.

To share content, connect the HDMI cable to your device. The HDMI connector will instantly display your screen and audio to the people in the room.

If you’re in a meeting, tap Show to Meeting to present to everyone in the meeting.

Wired HDMI presentation is available to all Google Workspace customers with Chrome-based Google Meet hardware devices. The feature has started rolling out and will take about two weeks to reach all eligible users.

Google has added several new Meet features in recent updates, including Meet extensions for Android devices and the ability to hide tiles without video updates. A rumor claims that Google Meet may get support for live translation powered by Samsung’s Galaxy AI.

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