With the Real-Time Audio-Video feature, you can use the client machine's webcam or microphone in a remote desktop or published application. Real-Time Audio-Video is compatible with standard conferencing applications and browser-based video applications, and it supports standard webcams, audio USB devices, and analog audio input.
The default video resolution is 320 x 240 pixels. The default Real-Time Audio-Video settings work well with most webcam and audio applications.
For information about changing the Real-Time Audio-Video settings, see "Configuring Real-Time Audio-Video Group Policy Settings" in the Configuring Remote Desktop Features in Horizon document.
When a remote desktop or published application is connected to the client machine's webcam or microphone, before the remote desktop or published application can use to the webcam or microphone, Chrome asks for permission the first time. If you allow the device to be used, Chrome does not ask for permission again.
If Real-Time Audio-Video is being used in a remote desktop or published application session and you open a connection to a second remote desktop or published application, and if a security warning appears (for example, if a valid certificate was not installed), ignoring the warning and continuing to connect to the second remote desktop or published application causes Real-Time Audio-Video to stop working in the first session.