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Before or during a video meeting, click on “Settings” in the Zoom app menu, then Click on the “Video” tab to preview your camera or click on the drop-down arrow to choose a different camera. To test your video in meeting, please select Video Settings. Enable mirror effect for my video: toggle the mirror effect for you camera image. Mar 24,  · By default, as soon as you join a meeting on Zoom, both your microphone and camera turn on, sharing your audio and video to the other chat that isn’t usually a problem, it can be an issue if the meeting hasn’t started or you’re entering in the middle of a class, and you don’t want to disturb the video conference. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then select Settings > Change PC settings. Select PC and devices, and then select Lock screen. Turn off Swipe down on the lock screen to use the camera. Note: To keep the Camera app from using the camera, turn off the camera completely.