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- Connecting a laptop
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Cisco SX 10&20 Remote Control
Cisco SX10 videoconference system components
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Cisco SX10 Control
The Cisco SX10 videconference unit is connected to a display (TV) and operated by the Cisco SX10 remote control.
The left/right/up/down arrow buttons on the remote, have two functions:
- Used to moive the cursor to the icons on the display - Camera control, Share content (laptop), Connect call manually and Settings
- Used for control when within a function (camera control etc.)
Press the Back button to exit out of a function
Open Camera control and adjust
- Move the cursor to the Camera icon in the upper right hand corner and press the OK/Enter button to activate it.
- Use the pan, tilt zoom buttons to adjust the camera angle
- Press the Back button to close the camera control
Show laptop presentation
- Connect the laptop to the AV system with the HDMI cable and activate the laptop's dual display (Win/P to duplicate or mirror displays).
- Move the cursor to the Share icon on the display and press the OK/Enter button to share the laptop content
- Press the Back button to stop sharing.