I have been trying to get HD video to work between two Jabber (in on premise mode) endpoints using Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcams. Video works fine, but the quality is definitely not 720p. I have set my region (there is only one on my test system) to allow up to 10000 kbps of video bandwidth.
what else do I need to do to enable HD video? the endpoints are on the same LAN next to each other, so I can't see how this is a bandwidth issue.
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