Google Meet automatically adjusts the brightness of the camera in the browser
Google Meet automatically adjusts the brightness of the camera in the browser

Google Meet will soon make it easier to see all of your co-workers or friends during a video call.

The web version of the platform can detect when someone is blurry due to insufficient lighting.

The platform will then increase the brightness so you can see your group more easily, and if your webcam is not good, it can make your feed more visible.

Low-light mode for Google Meet was introduced on iOS and Android mobile platforms last year.

This mode uses artificial intelligence to check the light level and adjust the brightness. There is no management control over this job. Despite the fact that users can turn it off. Google has stated that activation can slow down your device.

This feature is available to all Google Workspace, G Suite Basic, and Business customers. Google will release it from today in an obvious problem area and on October 4 in the expected release area.

In any case, commissioning can take up to 15 days. Poor webcam feed on Google Meet calls may become a thing of the past by mid-October.

The company has made a number of small improvements to the platform recently, including the ability to see raised hands, adding emoji interactions, and adding new filters and masks.

Google Meet camera software just got smarter

The search giant is trying to more easily identify and correct echoes in video calls on the platform, which has led them to add a new feature that lets you know when they think you're answering a call.

Unless they interrupt the meeting and tell you, it's hard to tell if you're making an uncomfortable resonance with meeting attendees. So, Google's new proactive warning aims to help ease everyone's suffering.

The company said the platform controls the sound to eliminate echo. However, it is not possible to account for all the settings of the remote desktop speaker and microphone that will cause the sound to echo back on a call.

In addition to text notifications and warnings, the new Echo alert will also appear as a red dot on the front of the platform. Tapping on the notification will take steps to correct the echo, including muting the microphone, lowering the speaker volume, or switching to headphones.

Alerts are enabled by default and do not require administrator intervention to enable them.

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