Which video platforms is mmhmm compatible with?

This article covers mmhmm's compatibility with other video conferencing apps such as Google Meet and Zoom.

Note: For system requirements, read What are the system requirements for mmhmm?

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mmhmm app compatibility

Click a tab below to learn more about mmhmm's compatibility with other video conferencing apps. For apps not listed in the "Mac" or "Windows" tabs, click the "Other apps" tab.

Mac Windows Other apps
Here are the video conferencing platforms that mmhmm for macOS currently works with:
  • Zoom
  • Google Meet
  • Cisco Webex
  • GoToMeeting
  • Blue Jeans
  • Houseparty
  • RingCentral Video
  • WebinarNinja
  • Vidyo
  • Microsoft Teams
In some cases, mmhmm is compatible with a video platform's web app but not its desktop app. This is usually because plugins are only accepted on the web app. The known clients this is true for are:
  • Skype
  • Amazon Chime
  • Discord
Due to macOS restrictions, mmhmm Studio does not work with some of Apple's built-in apps such as Safari, FaceTime, and Photo Booth. You can, however, use mmhmm desktop's virtual camera with Safari, Facetime, and Photo Booth.


Using mmhmm with video conferencing apps

Click on a heading below to expand its contents and learn more.

Connecting to your mmhmm Camera

The following steps are specific to Google Meet but are similar to most other video conference platforms.

  1. Make sure mmhmm is open and running on the computer you are connecting to Meet with. 
  2. Open Google Meet and join a call.
  3. In the setup screen that appears before joining the call, click on your video Settings.
  4. Click the Video category on the left-hand side column.
  5. Select the mmhmm Camera under Camera.
  6. Update the Send and Receive resolution to High definition (720p).


  7. Click Done and join your call.

Best practices
Note: The "Broadcast" window is only available to share if you are using mmhmm Studio. 
For the clearest quality presentations, especially those where you are sharing a lot of text to your audience, we recommend you use your video conferencing app's screen sharing functionality. This will automatically set your audience's screens to Speaker View and allow you to get maximized bandwidth for a smooth presentation. The following steps are specific to Google Meet but are similar to most other browser-based video conference platforms.
  1. Select the Present now radio button in your meeting. Then, click A window.


  2. In the window that appears, select the Broadcast thumbnail. This window will show only your video feed, which includes the slides you are presenting. Then, click Share on the bottom right-hand side of the window to confirm your selection.


    To learn more about the Broadcast window, read Why do my slides appear blurry to my audience when presenting on Zoom/Meet?

Don’t see the answer to your question? If you’re having technical difficulties or want to suggest a topic for this guide, click here to submit a support ticket or email us at help@mmhmm.app.

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