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Codec C90
Codec C60
Profile 65” Dual
Codec C40
Codec C20
Profile 65”
Quick Set C20 / C20 Plus
Profile 52” Dual
TC 4.1
The next generation Cisco
TelePresence System team
collaboration solution.
The Profile, the Quick Set C20
and Quick Set C20 Plus, as well
as solutions based on the Codec
C Series, bring colleagues faceto-face at the touch of a button
through a user-friendly touch
screen interface.
Easily share presentations and
multimedia to spark ideas and
generate better discussions.
Cisco TelePresence Systems
Profile Series / Codec C Series / Quick Set C20 Use with
Cisco TelePresence Touch
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this guide?
The top menu bar and the
entries in the Table of Contents
are all hyperlinks. Just click on
them to go to the topic.
We recommend that you visit
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Go to: http://www.cisco.com
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The Settings
The basics of the Touch Controller......................... 4
Selfview and camera control.................................. 5
Camera whitebalance, exposure, and backlight
compensation......................................................... 6
Sound matters........................................................ 7
Receiving calls........................................................ 7
Ring tones and sounds........................................... 7
Do not disturb......................................................... 7
Placing calls
Calling someone by dialing the number or the URI...... 9
Searching for an entry in any of the lists.............. 10
Calling an entry in one of the lists......................... 11
Calling more than one........................................... 12
Adding participants to an ongoing call.................. 13
Gaining access to the Settings............................. 22
System Information............................................... 23
Call Status............................................................. 24
Camera Control & Settings................................... 25
Ringtone & Sound Settings................................... 26
Administrator settings—Date, Time & Location...... 27
Administrator settings—Call settings..................... 28
Administrator settings—IP settings for the codec..... 29
Administrator settings—IP settings for the Touch
controller............................................................... 30
Administrator settings—Pairing.............................. 31
Administrator settings—H.323 settings................. 32
Administrator settings—SIP settings...................... 33
Administrator settings—Provisioning..................... 34
Administrator settings—EMC Resilience mode...... 35
Using Favorites, Directory and History
Favorites............................................................... 15
Searching.............................................................. 15
Directory............................................................... 15
History................................................................... 15
In-call features
This document describes the use of the
Cisco TelePresence Touch with the Cisco
TelePresence System Profile Series, Codec C
Series and Quick Set C20. For a description
on how to use these video systems with
the remote control Cisco TRC5, we refer
to the TC4.0 User Guide which is available
separately for download.
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Features in a call—an overview............................. 17
Near end camera control in a call......................... 18
Camera presets in a call....................................... 18
Using Touch Tones (DTMF) in a call...................... 18
Far end camera control in a call............................ 18
Sharing contents—conducting presentations........ 19
Layout control....................................................... 20
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The basics of the Touch Controller
Information bar
Do not
disturb is
set here.
Microphone mute
(on/off)
Volume
Any messages while you
were away is indicated
here
Call someone
Selfview, camera control and settings
Run
presentations
Basic operating principles
Tap the touch
screen to wake up the
system, if needed.
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Tap a button
to activate its
function.
Scroll in lists
as outlined.
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Selfview and camera control
You may want to check how
you appear on the screen. To
do this, tap More ...
... then tap Selfview to watch
the outgoing video (how the
other side sees you).
You may want to
adjust camera zoom and
angle. While inside the
More menu, tap Camera
control ...
Entering Camera Control
will also cause the system
to show selfview, so if
you know that camera
adjustments are needed,
you do not have to activate
selfview first.
Use + and – to adjust the
zoom and the arrow keys to
adjust the camera’s angle.
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Tap Back to go one level back, or tap
anywhere outside to exit the menu.
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Camera whitebalance, exposure, and backlight compensation
You may want to adjust the
camera’s whitebalance, exposure
and backlight compensation. To
do this, tap More ...
... then tap Settings to open
the Settings menu.
... then tap the Manual setting of Whitebalance
and Exposure to adjust the settings or set
them to Auto to let the system decide.
Tap Camera Control & Settings to open
the menu ...
Tap Exit when done.
Backlight compensation improves the
outgoing image when there is a strong light
behind you.
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Sound matters
Ring tones and sounds
Do not disturb
You may deactivate the microphone for privacy
reasons, if needed ().
To set ringtones and sound, tap More () followed by
Settings (). Then tap Ringtone & Sound Settings ().
When set to Do Not Disturb, ringtones are muted and
missed calls you get while having DND active, will be
presented.
Tap as outlined () to adjust the sound volume.



You may, however, place calls as much as you like. To
activate this feature, press the icon in the upper left
corner. Press again to deactivate.


Set Keytones to On or Off, the Ringtone volume and
select the ringtone of your choice. Tap Exit to go back.
You may also hide the Do Not Disturb poster by
tapping Hide.
Receiving calls
When someone calls you, the below display will
appear. Tap Accept to accept the call or DECLINE to
decline it.
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Calling someone by dialing the number or the URI

Berlin

Tap Contacts as outlined,
if needed.
Tap in the
Search or Dial field ().
This will produce the virtual keyboard.
Tap ABC to switch to the QWERTY keyboard
and tap 123 to switch to the numeric
keyboard. Key in the number or URI ()
Once the entire number
or URI has been entered,
tap the START button.
Tap END to
terminate the
call.
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Searching for an entry in any of the lists
Tap Contacts as
outlined, if needed ...
Enter the name, parts
of the URI or parts of the number.
Matches will appear as you write.
... then tap Search or Dial.
Searching will take place within
Favorites, Directory as well as
History (see the next page for
more on these).

Scroll among the
matches, if needed ...
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
... then tap the entry to be called () and then
tap Start () to place the call.
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Tap END to
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Calling an entry in one of the lists
Tap Contacts as outlined,
if needed ...
... then tap Favorites, Directory, or History.
Scroll among the
entries, if needed ...
Berlin

Favorites. The list of favorites is your own shortlist
of people and places you frequently call or
otherwise want to have easy access to.

... then tap the entry to be called and the
Place a call dialog box appears. Tap Start
to place the call.
Tap END to
terminate the
call.
Directory. The directory serves as your corporate
phone book. This directory cannot be edited by
you. You may, however, copy entries to your list of
favorites and edit them there.
History lists the received, placed and missed calls
since the last time the list was cleared.
to produce the
Keypad. Tap the keypad icon
keypad to enter a number or URI.
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Calling more than one
Calling several to initiate a video conference is an
optional feature. If your system permits it, you may
set up a list of several participants and then call
them all in one go.
Enter a number or URI, or pick an entry from
the Directory, the list of Favorites, or from the
History.
Tap
ADD PARTICIPANT
as outlined to add
the entry to the list
of participants to be
called.
The entry will appear on the bottom line of the
touch pad, as outlined.
Repeat the procedure to add more participants,.
The maximum number of participants possible
will depend on your system’s configuration.
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When all have been added, tap
START to call them all.
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Tap END to terminate the entire
conference. To disconnect just
one of the participants, tap the
participant’s name along the
bottom line and then tap END.
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Adding participants to an ongoing call
While in a call
you may add
participants
provided that your
system permits to
do so. Tap Add ...
... then select, in the usual way, whom to add to
the ongoing call.
Once you have selected someone, the ADD TO
MEETING dialog box wil be produced ...
Repeat the procedure from  to
include more participants, if needed.
The maximum number of particpants will
depend on the system configuration.
Tap END to terminate the entire
conference. To disconnect just
one of the participants, tap the
participant’s name along the
bottom line and then tap END.
... then tap Add to meeting to include this
participant in the meeting.
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History
Directory
Favorites
History lists the received, placed and missed calls since
the last time the list was cleared.
The Directory serves as your corporate phone book. This
directory cannot be edited by you. You may, however, copy
entries to your list of favorites and edit them there.
Favorites is your own shortlist of contacts you frequently
call or otherwise want to have easy access to.
Tap History to
produce the list ...
Tap Contacts (if needed) and then tap Directory. The
directory is typically organized as folders.
...then tap
an entry.


You will now be able to:
•Call the entry by tapping Start.
•Add the entry to an ongoing call (optional feature).
•Add the entry to Favorites.
•Edit the entry information and then place the call.
•Change the call rate settings.
•Remove the entry from the list.
•Clear the entire list. To do this,
scroll as outlined beyond what
appears to be the top of the list.
A Clear List button will then
appear.
Tap a folder () to show its contents, scroll () if needed
to locate a folder or an entry within a folder.
Adding to Favorites. To add someone to the list of favorites,
locate the entry in Directory or History (as outlined) and tap
it (). This will produce a dialog box which allows you to tap
Add to Favorites ().


You may now edit the entry, if needed—just tap a field and
the keyboard will be produced. Tap Save to put changes
into effect..
Once located, tap the entry to call, edit or add to your list of
favorites in the same way as with the history list.
It may happen that an entry copied from the directory to
the list of favorites later is updated in the directory. This
update will not be reflected in your list of favorites—you
must then manually update the entry in the list of favorites.
Favorites should be considered as an editable directory
and is used in the same way as History.
Searching
You may search for entries (numbers or URIs). Searches will
be conducted within all the folders, i.e. within the Favorites,
the Directory and the History.
When searching within the corporate Directory, the
search will apply to the current directory folder and its
subfolders only. To go one level up, tap Back. To make the
search apply to the entire corporate directory, do not enter
(tap) any folder before the search is commenced.
Tap in the Search or Dial field and key in the name, URI or
number. Matches will appear as you search.
Once located, tap the entry to call, edit or add to Favorites.
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Features in a call—an overview
Camera control lets
you pan and zoom
your own camera
Layout lets you
change the layout of
images on the display
(MultiSite only)
Gain access
to Settings
Selfview
on or off
Add participants to
create a conference
(optional feature)
Tap here in the white field to
control the far end camera
of this participant and to
exclude this participant from
the call
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Use Touch Tones
(DTMF) e.g. for
extensions and
pin codes to
conferences
End the ongoing
call
Share contents
(PC, video,
doc. camera etc)
Tap here to
display upper
row of options
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Tap here in the white field to
control the far end camera
of this participant and to
exclude this participant from
the call
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Far end camera control in a call
Tap More ...
Tap the name along
the bottom line ...
... then tap Camera
Control.
... then tap Camera
Control.
Adjust zoom
and pan as
required.
Adjust zoom
and pan as
required.
Tap Back to
exit
Tap Back to
exit
This works for point-to-point
as well as multisite calls.
Camera presets in a call
Camera presets cannot be accessed in this
version. They are currently available only when
the system is used with the Cisco remote
control.
Using Touch Tones (DTMF) in a call
Sometimes you may be urged to enter touch tones (DTMF) during a call, typically to reach extensions or to provide
a pin code.
Note that when the endpoint/codec has been
paired with the Touch control device, the
system will refuse to accept commands from
the remote control.
Tap More ...
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Sharing contents—conducting presentations
You may share contents
in a call—or outside a
call. In the latter case
you will be using your
video system to share
contents in your local
meeting room.
Make sure your presentation source is
connected to the video system before you
start.
Tap Present to start sharing
contents.
In a call, or outside a call,
tap Presentation ...
Tap again to gain access to the stop
sharing contents menu ...
... then select source by scrolling horizontally, if
needed ...
... then tap Stop Presenting to
actually stop sharing contents.
Note that you may alter the screen layout when sharing contents—see the next page for more. Applies to when being in a call only.
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Layout control
If you are in a MultiSite
call or in a Point-to-point
call with a presentation,
you may alter the layout
on the screen. To do this
start by tapping More ...
... then tap Layout ...
... and finally select your
preferred layout.
When a presentation
is included in a call, all
participants will be shown
above the presentation,
instead of below. This will
provide a better feeling of eye
contact.
Full screen will show the
presentation only.
Takes you one
menu level back
The one who
speaks get the
full screen.
Nothing else is
shown.
The one who
speaks gets the
main frame. The
others are hown
as PiP (Picture in
Picture).
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The one who
speaks gets
the main frame.
The others
are shown as
images below
the main frame.
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are shown
in frames of
identical sizes.
Changes to this set of layouts
made by the TC-console utility
are not supported and will be
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The video endpoints whose use is described in this manual can be
configured via the touch screen controller or via its web interface.
For full access to all configurable parameters the web interface must
be used—the Touch Controller provides access to a limited set of
parameters only.
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Gaining access to the Settings
Access the Settings as follows:
Tap More ...
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... and then you get access to the settings
available. Observe that there are several
other settings available, but these can be
acessed from the web interface only. See the
Administrator guide for your Cisco product. This
guide is available for download separately.
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System Information
The System Information pane
contains information on the system’s
software and hardware versions and
connections, SIP and H.323 status etc.
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Call Status
The Call Status pane provides in-call information on
such things as call rate and frame rate, protocols used,
packet loss and jitter.
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Camera Control & Settings
The Camera Control & Settings pane lets you set
the whitebalance and exposure of the camera. If you
do not want to tweak this yourself, just leave it to the
system by selecting Auto.
Backlight compensation comes in handy when there
is much light behind you. Without compensation you
will easily appear very dark to the far end.
Note how the settings chosen are indicated. In the
example shown, Backlight compensation is set to Off.
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Ringtone & Sound Settings
The Ringtone & Sound Settings pane lets you specify:
•
•
•
Keytones on or off. When set to on you will hear
a sound every time you tap a field on the Touch
controller.
Ringtone volume. How loud your ringtone shall
sound.
Ringtone. Select among several ringtones. You will
hear a sample every time you tap a ringtone.
Note how the settings chosen are indicated. In the
example shown, Keytones are set to Off.
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Administrator settings—Date, Time & Location
The Date, Time & Location settings let you specify:
•
•
•
•
24h or 12h time format.
Your preferred date format.
Your preferred time zone.
Whether date and time shall be set automatically or
manually.
Note how the settings chosen are indicated. In the
example shown, Time format is set to 24h.
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Administrator settings—Call settings
The Call Settings pane lets you specify:
•
•
•
•
•
Auto Answer On or Off. If you set this to On, the
system will respond automatically to incoming calls.
Note that the microphone wil NOT be muted. If risk of
eavesdropping is an issue, you may want to set this
setting to Off.
Auto Answer Delay. Specify the time until your
system actually reponds to an incoming call.
Default Call Rate. If your connection has limited
capacity you may want to use this setting.
Max Incoming/Outgoing Bandwidth. You may
specify these separately. May come in handy if you
are on an asymmetric connection.
Default Call Protcol. Specify which protocol to use
as default.
Note how the settings chosen are indicated. In the
example shown, Auto Answer is set to Off.
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The IP settings pane for the Codec of the system lets
you specify:
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The use of DHCP or Static IP addresses. If you
decide to use Static, make sure you tap Save before
leaving the menu.
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Administrator settings—IP settings for the Touch controller
The IP settings pane for the Touch controller of the
system lets you specify:
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The use of DHCP or Static IP addresses. If you
decide to use Static, make sure you tap Save before
leaving the menu.
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Administrator settings—Pairing
The Pairing pane shows status on the pairing of the
Codec and the Touch controller of your video system.
It also provides you with the option of unpairing the two.
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Administrator settings—H.323 settings
The H.323 Settings pane lets you specify:
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An H.323 alias.
Your H.323 id.
Gatekeeper discovery (Manual or Automatic).
The Gatekeeper address must be specified by you if
discovery has been set to manual.
Authentication mode On or Off. If set to On, the video
system will send Login name and Password to the
Gatekeeper for authentication.
In addition there are:
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Two fields to enter Login name and Password. The
alphanumeric keyboard will appear whenever needed.
Be sure to:
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Tap Save to put changes into effect.
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Administrator settings—SIP settings
The SIP settings pane lets you specify:
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•
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Your URI.
The Default transport layer, this can be set to TCP,
UDP, TLS or Auto.
The Proxy type can be set to Standard, Alcatel,
Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft, Nortel, Experimental,
Siemens.
The experimental setting is for testing purposes.
Outbound is not used in this version.
Proxy discovery can automatic or manual. In the
case of manual the proxy address must be specified
by you.
Login name and Password is required by the VCS.
Be sure to:
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Tap Save to put settings into effect.
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Administrator settings—Provisioning
Provisioning connects you to Callway or VCS. When
either of these were ordered and received from Cisco you
should also have obtained the necessary information and
codes. Just follow the wizard.
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Administrator settings—EMC Resilience mode
If the Touch controller is used in environments with
considerable amounts of electromagnetic noise present,
you may experience an appearance of false signals—as
if someone tapped the Touch controller when nobody
obviously did so.
To cope with this you may set the EMC Resilience Mode
to On. You must then press and hold for a little while,
rather than just tap, in order to make the system aware
of your tapping. This will avoid the appearance of false
signals.
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