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While video/voice chat is active, other players in your game will have a volume slider overlay located at the bottom of their portrait.This allows you to adjust the volume of each individual.

One player's screen is likely to be arranged entirely differently than another's (be it GM or Player) and vice versa.This can be very helpful when you have a specific broadcast overlay for streaming.This feature is always enabled for the Game Master, but it can be either disabled or enabled for the players to re-arrange the avatars as they see fit.Instead of a volume slider on your avatar, you'll find a mute button.You can use this to mute your mic if you don't have the physical means for it on your microphone itself.They also will snap away from getting partially stuck under the sides of the browser window.

You can decide whether to prevent your players from moving their avatars by going to the Movable Avatar/Video Screens: Setting under the Video Audio Chat Options heading.

Web RTC is an HTML5 high-definition, peer-to-peer VOIP service, that runs natively in your browser without the need for any additional plugins.

It's also adaptive so it works well with low-bandwidth connections.

To move an avatar, first make certain that Roll20 Web RTC is already enabled, and then hover your mouse over one.

An icon resembling three horizontal bars will appear in the bottom left corner of the avatar (over top the Name Plate).

Roll20 utilizes an in-house built-in Web RTC video and voice chat feature that allows you to communicate with other players.