We are in the process of looking into (ZOOM-137004).
"The Web SDK enables the development of video applications powered by Zoom’s core framework inside an HTML5 web client through a highly optimized WebAssembly module.
As an extension of the Zoom browser client, this SDK is intended for implementations where the end user has a low-bandwidth environment, is behind a network firewall, or has restrictions on their machine which would prevent them from installing the Zoom Desktop or Mobile Clients."
CC @JackYang, can help answer this one.
Not at this time.
The meeting resolution will have a max of 360p: https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/sdk/native-sdks/web
“Currently, the Zoom Web SDK encodes at a maximum resolution of 360p. If a user is in a meeting with both native and browser clients, the browser client video displayed within the native client will be of lower quality due to encoding limitations.”
We are not, but we are investigating your issue.
If this is a bug, then yes we will work on fixing it in an upcoming release.