s Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services For Assistance call the Help Desk 471-9666 Quick Start for the Media Consoles System Power and Starting the Data Projector On the touch screen press “Touch here to begin.” You will be asked to enter the authorization code given to you when you obtained your console key. The screen will change to the Projector Page. Touch the button labeled “Power ON.” Return to the Pojector Page by pressing the upper left button labeled “System Power.” Remember, system power must be turned on for other functions to work. Auditoriums In large auditoriums with dual projection systems content selection and display is always a two step process. First, select the source using the named buttons. Second, send to the screen or screens on which you want the content displayed. The system audio will be for the most recent source you sent to a screen. Adjusting the System Volume To change volume for all audio sources, except microphones, press the up or down arrows in the upper right corner of the touch screen. The Mute button is red when the speakers are muted and green when sounds are audible. Using the Microphone If a wireless microphone is located in the console drawer, hook the transmitter to your clothing and clip the microphone near your neck. The microphone power button is located either on the top next to where the microphone cord connects to the unit or on the face behind a sliding panel. Turn the transmitter on, Un-mute the microphone and adjust it’s volume from the touch-screen. When you are done, please turn it off and put away. Using the Document Camera On the touch screen, press the “Document Camera” button on the left edge of the screen and press “Power On.” Doc Cam function controls will appear on the touch screen. You can also control Zoom and Focus functions from the Doc Cam itself. s Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services For Assistance call the Help Desk 471-9666 Quick Start for the Media Consoles Playing a Video Tape or DVD Press the button labled “VCR” or “DVD.” The touch screen will show function controls. You may also control the the VCR/DVD player from the face of the unit itself. When you insert a videotape the VCR will start playing right away. If your tape is cued press “Stop” as soon as you insert the tape cassette. Using the Computer Both computers share a single monitor. The keyboard and mouse are located on a retractable shelf on the console’s left side. Press the “PC” or the “MAC” button to choose a computer. Logging in to the computer requires a valid UT EID. Remember to log out when you are finished. Using the Universal Serial Bus (USB) There are USB extension cables co-located with the Laptop bundle. Each is labled appropriately either Mac or PC. Additional ports are available on the face of some computers. Playing Music, PC and Mac The console computer’s compact disc drive will play audio CDs as well as DVD movies. After you insert a disk and close the drive door, the player application will automatically start. Selections are made using normal computer inputs. Using a Laptop Computer Laptop connection cables (computer VGA, audio, and Ethernet) extend from the top of the console and can be used to connect a laptop into the audio-visual system. There is an outlet on top of the console to provide AC power. Once your computer is connected press the “Laptop” button on the touch screen. If it doesn’t display try restarting while it is connected and selected.