These are the technical components to achieve a dedicated hybrid configuration where presenters, attendees, and interpreters can attend the meeting on-site or via KUDO. Users can gather in the meeting space using their mobile devices and headphones to access the KUDO Meeting App.
KUDO Meeting requires specific domains, HTTPS certificate verification, ports, and IP ranges allowed to connect to the multilingual meeting. For the technical specifications on Network Firewall Settings, you can click here.
One computer (per room) must provide audio, video, and slide presentations from the meeting space to KUDO for remote participants and interpreters. We recommend adding another computer and internet connection for redundancy or a separate slide presentation input for interpreters.
- Windows 7+ or MacOS 10.11+
- Intel Core i7+, 16GB+ RAM
- Video ports for the on-site display
- Chrome (preferred) or Firefox browser
- 20 Mbps down / 10 Mbps up (minimum)
- High-priority bandwidth
- Open TCP port 443 for SSL
- Open UDP Port 3478 for A/V stream
- Firewall or Endpoint Security software to allow the above ports
- Minimum, a two-channel USB audio interface is required to upstream the on-site program audio to KUDO; and downstream the KUDO Meeting audio to on-site. We recommend using professional microphones and choosing from brands like Focusrite, Shure, and Behringer.
- A single input USB video capture card is required to upstream the on-site program video to KUDO. The same device of converter needed depends on the video format to be captured, like HDMI or SDI. We recommend choosing from brands like BlackMagic, Magwell, and AJA.
- Video input is not required for KUDO AI Meetings.
Attendees will follow the meeting on the KUDO Meeting App on their smartphones using their headphones. For a reliable mobile connection to the KUDO Meeting App on-site:
- 802.11ac/ax with isolated 5Ghz
- 1 Mbps downstream
- AC1750 to AC3200 with Wave2 or better
- 3x3 MU-MIMO I/O Antennas or better
- Open UDP port
KUDO Meeting Configuration
To optimize the meeting for the in-person attendees by saving battery and bandwidth on their mobile, please make the following adjustments in the Mobile Settings section in Advanced Settings while creating the KUDO Meeting.
- Turn OFF - Camera Access
- Turn OFF - Live Video Stream
We recommend creating the meeting in Request to Speak mode for the Host and Operator to control the speaking queue if hosting in-person and remote participants.
KUDO will produce a set of URLs for the various roles supporting the meeting.
- PARTICIPANT LINK: For the on-site technical team to upstream the audio and video to KUDO via the on-site computer, and remote Participants join virtually. Participants can listen to interpretation, request to speak, and use the chat.
- VIEWER LINK: To join the meeting, in-person and remote attendees. Viewers can listen to interpretation but cannot request to speak or use the chat.
For further assistance with KUDO's audio and video room integration, check out KUDO's help center for detailed instructions and troubleshooting tips. You can also contact KUDO's support team for personalized assistance.