Ensure the following is true for best Speaker Spotlight performance:
Participants are sitting close enough to the Owl. Try moving a maximum of 6 ft away from Owl.
Participants are an arm's length away from each other so that Owl can detect distinct participants.
Participants are speaking loud and clear.
Participants are speaking towards the Owl. If speaking towards a wall, the audio will not give a clear direction for Owl to focus on.
There is minimal background noise in the room. If there is a source of background noise in the room, such as a heater or air conditioner, try removing the source of the background noise.
There is not too much motion in the room. Owl detects people in addition to sensing the direction of voices, and this is what helps determine where to focus its video. If a new person sits at the table, or if you speak, then move to another location and speak again, It can take around 5 seconds for Owl to first recognize that there is a person there, and then focus its video based on sound direction of the voice.