40-103 TP vc show digital laptop

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Hover the mouse over the tabs and buttons for a description.

Tabs and buttons with descriptions commencing with ‘GOTO’ can be clicked to simulate touch panel action.

Touch panel simulator GOTO Route analog audio to the AV system by the 3.5mm cable Routing digital audio to the AV system by the HDMI cable Touch to show the presentation locally on both projector screens GOTO Show the document camera as the presentation GOTO Show the desktop PC as the presentation GOTO Show the audience camera as the presentation GOTO Show the presenter camera as the presentation GOTO Show no presentation GOTO View the far end VC Presentation tab selected GOTO Audio/volume control GOTO VC control GOTO Select the VC Main Image Touch to mute microphone Touch to to show the current camer angle in a small window on the projector screen Touch to change the conference layout GOTO Room lighting control Touch to select the audience camera as the VC Main Image Showing laptop as the presentation GOTO Exit videoconference mode Previewing the desktop on the touch panel

Videoconference mode
Show digital laptop (HDMI) presentation

In videoconferencing mode, the presentation can only be added after the videoconference call has been connected. This applies for theatre to content server recordings as well. The indicator that a call has been connected, is the appearance of the Far End room(s) on the projector screen to the right behind you or the screen displaying the word ‘Recording

Connect the laptop to the audio visual system using the HDMI cable. You may have to adjust the audio settings of the laptop for the audio to follow the HDMI cable.

Set the laptop to duplicate its display and touch the VC Presentation tab, Laptop button and HDMI button to show the digital laptop on the left projector screen behind you. To show the laptop on both projector screens, touch the Duplicate On Both Screens button.

Make sure the laptop audio is turned up and not muted if the presentation contains an audio component.  Adjust the volume by touching and sliding the Program volume left or right on the touch panel. Touch the Audio tab for information about the volume/audio control.