With the Real-Time Audio-Video feature, you can use the client device's built-in cameras and microphones in a remote desktop or published application. Real-Time Audio-Video is compatible with standard audio devices and with standard conferencing applications such as Skype, WebEx, and Google Hangouts.
Real-Time Audio-Video is enabled by default when you install Horizon Client on the client device.
For information about setting up the Real-Time Audio-Video feature for remote desktops and published applications, see the Configuring Remote Desktop Features in Horizon document.
The first time you use a camera or microphone, Horizon Client prompts you for permission to access it. You must grant permission for the microphone or camera to work with the remote desktop or published application. You can enable and disable access to the microphone by changing the Microphone privacy setting for Horizon Client in the iOS Settings app. You can enable and disable access to the camera by changing the Camera privacy setting for Horizon Client in the iOS Settings app. If you deny access to both the microphone and the camera, Horizon Client disables the Real-Time Audio-Video feature.
Horizon Client gives up control of the microphone and camera when Horizon Client is in the background, for example, when you switch to another app.
If the client device has both a front and a back camera, you can select the camera to use in the remote desktop or published application. You can also select the video resolution to use. For information about configuring these camera settings in Horizon Client, see Configure Camera Settings for the Real-Time Audio-Video Feature.