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VAVS Home A3-002 TP vc mode
A3-002 TP vc mode
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.
VC Main Image - Presenter camera
In videoconference mode the system is capable of sending two concurrent streams to the connected room(s):
- the presenter (video/audio of the presenter)
- the presentation (video/audio of the presentation)
The presenter must be visible to the far end participants at all times, hence adjusting the presenter camera to the anticipated movements is important. Touch the Camera controls (presets, pan tilt and zoom) to change the camera settings. The current camera angle will be shown on the touch panel. A lectern microphone is provided but does restrict the movement of the presenter. Wireless microphones are available to allow for a freer range.
Under normal circumstances you would as the presenter use the presenter camera as the main videoconference image (video stream) and select a media source from the VC presentation tab as the presentation image (video stream).
The audience camera is used to show the audience to the far end room(s) and generally set by VAVS.
The other media options are generally only used as a VC Presentation and not the VC Main Image.