Skype, Zoom, etc. work well on my internet connection. Does this mean FarPlay should work well too?
For most users, FarPlay should be able to give better audio quality than typically found in Skype, Zoom, and other conventional video chat/conferencing applications, even on weak connections. It is important to note that our minimum requirements for connection speed and quality are still higher than for most video conferencing applications, so it’s possible that a given connection will be good enough for Zoom, but not good enough for FarPlay. Users with good internet connections who use Ethernet instead of Wi-Fi will be able to use FarPlay to enjoy ‘like in the same room’ low latency audio that is categorically better than what is typically available through conventional video chat/conferencing applications.
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