How to use the dual-monitor display for Zoom App

Overview

The dual-monitor display feature allows you to place video layout and screen sharing content on two separate monitors/screens. You can display a gallery view or a speaker view on one monitor and view content sharing on the other monitor. This helps to hide PPT (PowerPoint) presentations and notes from participants.

Prerequisite:

  • PC or Mac
  • Dual monitor enabled on the operating system
  • CPU: i5 + Quad-Core (or higher) | i5 + Duo Core (or higher) 2 GHz +
  • RAM: 4GB +

Note: Check the following documents for dual monitor configuration.

  • PC:  Dual Monitor Setup For Windows
  • MAC:  MAC: Dual monitor setting

 

Enable dual monitor

Windows user

To enable the dual monitor display feature to suit your application

1. Sign in to the Zoom client [ Settings] and then click.

 

 

  1. Go to the “Dual Monitor”option on the “General” tab and check that the settings are enabled.

 

MAC user

To enable the dual monitor display feature to suit your application

  • Sign in to the Zoom client [ Settings] and then click.

  • Go to the ” Dual Monitor”option on the ” General” tab and check that the settings are enabled.

Linux User

To enable the dual monitor display feature to suit your application in Linux OS

Login or sign in

Click on setting Option

 

Using Dual Monitor Display in a Meeting

After joining or starting a meeting, you will see a Zoom window on each monitor. The meeting controls and participant’s video will display on one monitor, while the other monitor will just display participants’ video.

When you start sharing your screen, you can continue to view participant’s video on the other monitor:

See also  How to start personal audio conference (PAC) in zoom meeting App

 

 

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