Multi-Stream IntelliFrame for Teams Rooms on Windows Cameras

IntelliFrame enables multi-stream video, face recognition of in-room participants, active speaker recognition, attributed voice-based transcription, and panoramic video on Front-of-room (180-degree view) and Center-of-room (360-degree view) cameras, taking Teams Rooms on Windows cameras to the next level of intelligence. IntelliFrame is available only with the Microsoft Teams Rooms Pro license. 

The Teams Rooms on Windows app update (version 4.18) will include Hybrid meeting enhancements via the IntelliFrame camera technology including:

  • Multi-frame IntelliFrame 
  • Conference room attendee “Recognition” 
  • Active Speaker 
  • Room View 

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When this will happen:

Standard Release: We will begin rollout in early August and expect to complete rollout by late August.

GCC: We will begin rollout in mid-August and expect to complete rollout by late August.

How this will affect your organization:

IntelliFrame is a combination of AI features that distinguishes participants in the room, performs intelligent zooming, framing, and centering of users to ensure they are represented optimally. Up to four participant videos are streamed to generate intelligent meeting views. By analyzing the video feed, it can detect and follow individuals as they move around the room, ensuring continuous focus on the people of interest. IntelliFrame includes a 360- or 180-degree room view that can be toggled on/off from the desktop client. IntelliFrame can also be toggled on/off from the Microsoft Teams Rooms console.

Participants in the room and the active speaker are indicated in the gallery, participant list, and transcription.

Note: This feature is ON by default.

What you need to do to prepare:

IntelliFrame and Recognition is available on Teams T1 on Desktop (Windows and Mac). Active speaker view is available on all other platforms and clients (Mobile, Web, T2.1 desktop)

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For IntelliFrame, rooms will need have cameras that support IntelliFrame such as the Yealink SmartVision 60 and Jabra PanaCast 50. Other cameras will be published on the Microsoft Learn site as they become available. On their Teams Rooms devices, Admins will need to set Teams policies to enable the feature. Once policies are configured, you should see the following settings on your Teams Rooms:

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