What are the hardware and software requirements to host events on ClickMeeting?

Requirements that must be met:

  • 2 GHz dual-core processor or better (4-core preferable);
  • 2 GB of RAM (4 GB or more recommended);
  • An operating system such as Windows 8 (Windows 10 recommended), Mac OS 10.13 (the newest version recommended), Linux, Chrome OS.

As ClickMeeting is a browser-based platform, it is required to use the latest official versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Edge (Chromium), Yandex, or Opera.

To be sure you can host your event flawlessly, you can check the requirements with our System configuration test. On the right-hand side of the test, you can listen to a sample piece of music to check if your speakers or plugged-in headphones are working properly. You can check the audio level by talking to the microphone and observing the moving bar level, as well as see the stream from your camera.

The left-hand side of the System configuration test allows you to check if your connection to our conference servers is all set, and if the operating system and web browser are up to date. Please remember that the ClickMeeting platform selects available audio, microphone, and camera output by default.

ClickMeeting works with all laptop built-in cameras and most of the webcams. A more advanced or professional camera may need installing additional software or hardware and must be consulted with our Sales Team. To test the camera compatibility, we recommend creating a free trial account.

In order to use the service (including participating in conferences) on certain mobile devices, it may be necessary to download a relevant app in the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store. To use the service in the full audio-video range during a conference, it is necessary to have a webcam, microphone, and headset or loudspeaker connected to and recognized by your device, and they should not be simultaneously used by any another application.