Hi, thanks for answering. I’ll have to gather all required infos and get back. Regarding the demo, it is not exactly the same as my application. I am using thr C# wrapper in a WPF application so the video views are embedded in my interface using HwndHost class (one instance per video cell). Since we have to position multiple participants on specific places in our interface, we can’t use a single video container with video elements in it, because this will cover our interface. So for each participant we use 1 video container with a single video element in it (ex: 25 participants -> 25 video containers with 1 video element each). This seems to work well, but makes the scenario different than the basic demo.
Moreover the “powered by zoom” seems to appear at random in meetings during the day. Sometime it appears, sometimes is not shown for the rest of the day. It must have some internal logic to show for some time each day and becomes difficult to debug the problems…
Final problem is that the “powered by zoom” is drawn on video containers, so in our case since we have multiple containers, it happens that the text appears multiple times not once as probably intended.
IMHO the entire implementation of the watermark is ok only for the native Zoom client and probably for single container apps, but flawn in more complex scenarios.