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Mixed Reality Capture

Hello, I have an important presentation coming up which will use HoloLens along with it's 'Mixed Reality Capture' feature to stream what the view is seeing to the audience. The problem is that I keep getting bandwidth problems, does anyone know how to avoid this? It has occurred on numerous networks, all with strong bandwidth. Any help would will be very much appreciated.

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  • Hey, @add_reality

    You can try to bring a dedicated WiFi router just for your presentation to at least make the bandwidth more predictable.

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