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The Fluid project typically uses the "fluid_standup" Vidyo room for meetings. To join a meeting in this room:

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  • an app (client) for your device (desktop, laptop, phone), or
  • a Vidyo browser plugin

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If you are using a recent version of Firefox, Chrome or Safari that support WebRTC, you will be joined to the meeting automatically without any extra software required.

You can also choose to run VidyoDesktop instead of using your browser (specially if you have a Vidyo account). To do so, visit https://conf.inclusivedesign.ca and download the installer for your operating system. Once VidyoDesktop is installed, try to join the meeting again by following the fluid_standup link.

Configuring Your Audio

Some times Vidyo incorrectly configures your audio settings - you may not be able to hear anyone, and / or nobody is able to hear you. To resolve this issue:

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  • Both the desktop and web plug-in Vidyo clients require a number of ports other than the HTTP/S ports (80 & 443) to be open to work. Port-blocking that commonly occurs on "public" wi-fi networks such as Eduroam may interfere with using Vidyo.
    • Enabling the VidyoProxy option in the client configuration should resolve this issue by routing all traffic through port 443, but it may degrade client performance (however, this is probably better than nothing if you otherwise can't connect...)