Update: Someone has released a special edition of Chromebook OS that runs Zoom on a Rpi!
Because I asked nicely, they’ve added NaCl support to the browser.
That’s right - it turns out the default RaspiOS’s chromium does not include NaCl. That’s why the Zoom Chromebook App never connected. But when I asked the RPi developers to add it to default chromium-browser, they flatly refused.
Anyway, here is the CrOS images for download. (one for Pi3, the other for Pi4)
The Zoom Chrome App works. Framerate is better than doing it in-browser, and you have more features, but besides that, CrOS is very inconvenient. For some reason, the OS randomly blacks out the screen, and you just have to wait for it to come back. Also, screen tearing is severe, even for just scrolling down a webpage.
To conclude, this may help some of you, but it’s very far from a decent solution. The Zoom team really needs to consider doing armhf releases. Just look at this thread, there is a lot of interest! Or if that’s not enough, check out all the complaint threads on the RPi forums!
Or if they’re too short on manpower, then please release the source code so the RPi gurus can compile it themselves.