Community Effort: Get Zoom to Support Syphon / Spout
jfg last edited by
"Le nombre fait la force"
sent it as well.
Also, done :)
Also, if you want to make some more noise with a bit more effort, join the zoom developer format and add your encouragement here:
Sent it as well
tomthebom last edited by
Sent it to Zoom, too.
I am going to suggest it in the TD forum
Did you do that? Is there any action on this topic there?
jhoepffner last edited by
RIL last edited by
Sent it !!
RIL last edited by
They answer this to me ! REQUEST CLOSED
As our world comes together to slow the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, the Zoom Support Center has continued to operate 24x7 globally to support our customers through this unprecedented period. Given increased usage from businesses small and large and exponentially growing demand from the education and healthcare sectors, we have experienced an unexpected surge in support requests.
To better serve you, we are providing additional online resources along with some temporary changes to our support processes for the months of May and June.
Unfortunately, we are unable to respond to your open tickets at this time. We encourage you to leverage our Online Resources. If you are a part of a corporate account, and need advanced technical support beyond our Online Resources, please contact your Zoom account administrators.
We understand that some of these changes are challenging, and we appreciate your patience as we scale up our support to meet the dramatic influx of customer demand. Together, we will help tackle one of the largest and most disruptive crises we have faced in our lifetime.
Thank you for choosing Zoom to stay connected and safe in these uncertain times.
Zoom Support Team
Videosmith last edited by
"I was wondering if you plan to add syphon support for Zoom? I'm currently doing a lot of remote teaching of live video tools (Isadora, etc) - it would be so helpful for us to be able to patch our video projects back into Zoom without sharing the screen - likewise, taking a syphon output from Zoom would open up a range of creative possibilities."