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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.

If you set this option to Player Controlled, the Players can change the locations of their avatars, BUT it is only seen locally.

One player's screen is likely to be arranged entirely differently than another's (be it GM or Player) and vice versa.

While video/voice chat is active, other players in your game will have a volume slider overlay located at the bottom of their portrait.

It's important to note that when the Game Master rearranges the locations of the avatars on the Tabletop, these new positions are set on the Players' ends as well.

Note that you can click the little camera icon located in the far-right of your address bar to change the settings of what camera/microphone is being used.

In Mozilla Firefox: A dialog box will appear, click on "Share Selected Devices" to allow Roll20 to start video chat (highlighted in green below).

This will file the avatar portraits/name plates either on the Bottom of the Tabletop or the Top (depending on what you have set for the Player Video/Avatar Location setting).

If you have the avatars re-positioned on the Tabletop, you're still able to drag players onto individual Pages (AKA Splitting the Party).

It's important to note that when the Game Master rearranges the locations of the avatars on the Tabletop, these new positions are set on the Players' ends as well.

Note that you can click the little camera icon located in the far-right of your address bar to change the settings of what camera/microphone is being used.

In Mozilla Firefox: A dialog box will appear, click on "Share Selected Devices" to allow Roll20 to start video chat (highlighted in green below).

This will file the avatar portraits/name plates either on the Bottom of the Tabletop or the Top (depending on what you have set for the Player Video/Avatar Location setting).

If you have the avatars re-positioned on the Tabletop, you're still able to drag players onto individual Pages (AKA Splitting the Party).

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.