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What do you
want to do?
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 the Cisco web site
regularly for updated versions of this guide. Go to:
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Video meetings
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The Settings
Getting started
Scheduled meetings
Best practices................................................................... 4
A tour of the Touch pad.................................................... 5
Basic operating principles................................................ 5
About self-view................................................................ 6
Camera adjustments........................................................ 7
Adding a camera preset................................................... 8
If you use more than one camera..................................... 8
Editing a camera preset.................................................... 9
Sound volume & ring tones............................................ 10
About scheduled meetings............................................. 25
Joining a meeting........................................................... 26
Parallel meetings............................................................ 27
Extending an ongoing meeting....................................... 27
Video meetings
Calling someone by keying in their name or number..... 12
Touch tones (DTMF) in a call.......................................... 12
Calling contacts.............................................................. 13
Someone calling you...................................................... 14
Video conferencing—calling more than one (optional).... 15
Creating a video conference (MultiSite)......................... 16
Creating a video conference (Multiway™)...................... 17
Receiving another incoming call, while already in a call......18
Transferring calls............................................................ 20
Swapping calls................................................................ 20
Layout control in a call.................................................... 21
Lock as speaker.............................................................. 21
Selecting a different layout............................................. 21
Invoking a list of participants.......................................... 21
Adding a PiP self-view.................................................... 21
Moving the self-view PiP................................................ 21
Camera presets in a call................................................. 22
Near end camera control................................................ 22
Far end camera control.................................................. 22
Sharing content—conducting presentations.................... 23
Changing the layout........................................................ 23
Full screen presentations................................................ 23
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Managing Contacts
History............................................................................ 29
Directory......................................................................... 29
Favorites......................................................................... 29
Searching in a list........................................................... 30
Clearing History.............................................................. 30
The Settings
About the Settings.......................................................... 32
System Information......................................................... 33
Call Status...................................................................... 34
Language........................................................................ 35
Camera Control & Settings............................................. 36
Ringtone & Sound Settings............................................. 37
Security.......................................................................... 38
Main Source Selection.................................................... 39
Administrator Settings.................................................... 40
Call Settings................................................................... 41
IP & VLAN....................................................................... 42
H323 Settings................................................................. 43
SIP Settings.................................................................... 44
Provisioning.................................................................... 45
Multiway.......................................................................... 46
Web Snapshots.............................................................. 47
EMC Resilience Mode..................................................... 48
Reset.............................................................................. 49
Restart............................................................................ 50
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Best practices
A successful video conference provides a face-to-face
meeting, even if the participants are miles or continents
apart. Keep in mind that it still is a meeting—normal
etiquette and dress code apply even here.
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Consider setting the unit is set to Automatic
Answer, but mute the microphone for privacy
reasons, if possible.
Do not forget to rehearse “the noble art of operating
a video system” to the extent needed.
In the meeting room
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Make sure the microphone is placed at the front of the
table to ensure that all speech will be detected. The
best position is at least 2 m (6.5’) in front of the system,
on a flat surface with at least 0.3 m (1’) of table in front.
Directive microphones should point away from the
video system.
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Make sure that no speaking participant experience
obstacles blocking the view to the microphone at all
times.
Microphones should always be placed away from
noise sources like computer and projector fans
placed on the table. The noise from such sources is
often perceived as surprisingly loud by the remote
participants.
If you use a document camera try to arrange the
participants so that the camera is close to the leader of the
meeting, or alternatively, close to a designated controller.
Remember to arrange all the peripherals so that one
participant can reach each of them to point, change
the display, record or perform other functions during
the conference.
To help ensure the most natural meeting environment,
position the camera on the top center of the receiving
monitor, if possible. The camera should point directly
at the meeting participants to guarantee eye contact
with those at the far end. Check this out by means of
the self-view feature of your video system. The selfview settings shows what the remote party can see
from you (the outgoing video).
If you are going to share content you are normally
going to make use of duo video. That implies the use
of two video streams, one showing the presentation
and the other showing the presenter—or the group
of presenters. Smaller systems may force you to
choose between showing the presentation or the
presenter.
For duo video some attention is needed. Duo video
is sometimes shown side–by–side with half the
screen showing the presentation and the other half
showing the presenter. Provide the impression that
you seem to look towards the presentation instead of
the impression that you sit with your back towards it,
when all is viewed on the remote monitor. If in doubt,
look straight into the camera to avoid this situation.
if appropriate. Do not forget to zoom out again
afterwards.
Loudspeaker volume
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The audio system will use the loudspeakers built
into the monitor or the Cisco Digital Natural Audio
Module.
For some systems you can set the default volume
level by adjusting the volume on the monitor with the
monitor remote.
Brightness control
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To adjust brightness, colors or other settings of
the monitor, use the monitor’s own remote control.
Adjust the monitor to suit the conditions of the
conference room. The monitors supplied by Cisco
have on-screen menus that are very easy to use.
For more information on configuring the monitor, see
the corresponding user manuals and administration
guides.
Ease of Use
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To help meeting participants dial, add presentations
and use other functionality during a call, consider
stationing a poster, table tent or other quickreference guide in the room.
Use camera presets
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Cisco TelePresence systems let you create
predefined zoom and camera pointing directions
(pan). Use these to zoom into the person speaking,
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A tour of the Touch pad
Tap here to activate /
deactivate the Do not
disturb feature—see also
the bottom of this page.
Tap here
to return to
Home menu.
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The Settings
Basic operating principles
Tap here
to activate
self-view.
Tap here
to access
the Camera
Control.
Tap here to
access the
Settings.
Time of day.
Tap to
mute / unmute
microphone.
Tap here
to activate /
deactivate
the Standby
feature.
Adjust volume
here (tap and
drag).
Tap the touch screen
to wake up the system,
if needed.
Any messages
to you while you
were away will be
indicated here.
Tap a button
to activate its
function.
Tap here to
produce the
dial pad.
Tap here to
produce the list of
contacts including
Favorites, Directory
and History.
Tap here to
produce a list
of upcoming
scheduled
meetings.
Tap here to
start sharing
content and
conduct
presentations.
Do not disturb. When set to Do Not Disturb, ringtones are muted and call
attempts made by others to reach you will appear as missed calls. You may,
however, place calls as much as you like. As default, there is a 60 minutes timeout
on the Do not disturb (after which the system will return to normal operation), but
this may have been changed to a different setting by your System Administrator.
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Scroll in lists
as outlined.
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Tap Self-view, as outlined.
Before the meeting starts we recommend that you
check the self-view of your video system.
The self-view is what the other (remote) participants
see from your system, which means the outgoing
video from your system.
The self-view will appear as a Picture-in-Picture (PiP).
If you need to make changes (direction, zoom etc.),
see the next page.
The position of self-view PiP can be changed if you
wish—see Moving the self-view PiP on page 21 for
details on this.
The self-view (the outgoing video
from your system) will be shown as
a Picture-in-Picture (PiP).
Most Cisco TelePresence systems let you create predefined
zoom and camera pointing directions (pan). Use these to zoom
into the person speaking, if appropriate. Do not forget to zoom
out again afterwards. More on this on the following pages.
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Camera adjustments
You may want to adjust the zoom and pan (which
direction it points) of the camera.
Once you activate the camera control menu, the
self-view (see also the previous page) is switched on
automatically.
Tap Camera to invoke
the Camera menu.
In addition you may also adjust the whitebalance
and compensate for any light behind you (backlight
compensation). These topics are discussed in
Camera Control & Settings on page 36.
Then tap Show camera controls,
as outlined.
Adjust zoom
in and out
here.
To exit this menu, putting
changes into effect, tap
anywhere outside the
menu.
Pan
Use these controls to
define the direction
in which the camera
shall point (also known
as Pan control).
Tilt
Zoom
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Adding a camera preset
Most Cisco TelePresence systems let you create
predefined zoom and camera pointing directions (also
known as pan). Use these to zoom into the person
speaking, if appropriate. Do not forget to zoom out
again afterwards.
This means that if you want to create one or more
zoom-in presets you should also create a zoom-out
(overview) preset to conveniently switch back to
overview mode.
Tap Camera to invoke
the Camera menu.
If you use more than one camera
Some of our video systems support the use of more
than one camera. In this way you may, for example,
have one camera providing an overview of the
participants and another showing the whiteboard.
Note that when you define a camera preset, the
current pan and zoom of every camera will be saved
as part of that preset. Consequently, you should make
sure that every camera has been set to the required
position before you save the camera positions as a
new preset.
Then tap Show camera controls,
as outlined. Any camera presets
already existing will appear in the
list, as outlined.
Adjust zoom
in and out
here
Use these controls to
define the direction
in which the camera
shall point (also known
as Pan control).
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When you have set
the zoom and pan as
required, scroll down
to Add new Preset
and tap it, as outlined.
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Type in a descriptive name and tap
Save to put changes into effect.
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Editing a camera preset
Most Cisco TelePresence systems let you create
predefined zoom and camera pointing directions—see
the previous page for details on how to define new
camera presets.
An existing preset may have its pan and zoom altered
or the entire preset may be removed.
If you want to change the name of the preset, you
should delete it and create a new preset.
Tap Camera to invoke
the Camera menu.
Then tap Show camera controls,
as outlined. Any camera presets
already existing will appear in the
list, as outlined.
Adjust zoom
in and out
here
Use these controls to
define the direction
in which the camera
shall point (also known
as Pan control).
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When you have set
the zoom and pan
as required, tap the
preset to be altered.
In the submenu tap Update to new
position to put your changes into
effect, or tap Remove to delete the
selected preset.
This will invoke a
submenu.
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Sound volume & ring tones
You may personalize the ring tone and its volume, if
you wish. You may also set keytones to On (a sound
will appear when tapping a “button”) or to off.
Tap Settings to invoke
the Settings menu.
Then tap Ringtone and Sound
Settings, as outlined.
Activate (On) or deactivate (Off) the keytones
here. In this example Keytones are set to On.
Exit the menu by
tapping here.
Set the Ringtone
volume here.
Select a ring tone. You will hear the
ring tones as you tap on them.
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Calling someone by keying
in their name or number
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Initially the dialpad will look like this:
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The Settings
Switching between 123 and ABC modes:
Tap ABC, as
outlined.
You may call someone who is not listed in your list of
contacts by keying in their name or number using the
virtual keyboard of the Touch pad.
To gain access to the virtual keyboard, tap Dialpad as
outlined:
Key in the number, as outlined.
If you need an alphanumerical keyboard
instead—see the column to the right.
Anyone you have previously called will appear in the
History list (until you clear that list) and you may then
transfer any of them to your list of Favorites. This is
described the section Managing Contacts.
This is the keyboard in
numerical mode. If you
prefer the dialpad look
instead, tap anywhere
outside the keyboards,
as outlined.
How to call someone listed in the Favorites, Directory
or History list is described on the next page.
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.
This will produce
the alphanumerical
keyboard. To insert a
digit tap and hold the
corresponding key,
or tap 123 to switch
to numeric mode, as
outlined.
When the number has been keyed in,
tap the Call key to place the call.
Back again to the
initial dialpad.
Tap Touch Tones to
invoke the keypad.
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Favorites. These contacts have put there by you.
These entries will typically be someone you call
frequently or otherwise need to access in a swift
and convenient manner from time to time.
Directory will typically be a corporate directory
installed on your system by your System
Administrator.
History is a list of calls you have placed, received
or missed earlier.
To gain access to Contacts, tap Contacts as outlined:
Managing Contacts
To search for someone, tap here to invoke the
virtual keyboard and then key in the name or
number. Matches will appear as you type. All three
lists will be examined for possible matches.
Your lists of Contacts consist of three parts:
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More about Contacts can be
found in the section Managing
Contacts.
If you are going to
look in a specific
list only, tap the
corresponding
tab first.
Any matches will
appear here. Tap to
select an entry. The
selected entry will
appear on a blue
background.
To locate an entry,
you may also scroll
through a list as
you would do on a
smartphone.
Tap to select an entry.
The following options apply:
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You may key in a name and number and the
system will look in all lists for you.
When an entry has been located and selected
the Call menu will appear.
Tap Call to place the call. Note that you may
edit the name or number before you place
the call. This could involve change of call rate
(bandwidth to be used), adding a prefix etc.
You may tap a tab and then scroll through the list
or key in a name or number. Your search will then
be restricted to that specific list.
You may edit aspects of the entry before calling.
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The options available are context sensitive,
which means that meaningless options are not
shown. For example Add to Favorites is not
available for entries already residing in the list of
Favorites.
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Someone calling you
If you set up the system to respond to incoming calls
automatically (Auto Answer) you may want to mute the
system microphone(s) to preserve privacy.
The following applies:
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If someone calls you, may accept, decline or
ignore the call.
Microphone(s) are muted if this symbol is illuminated in
red. To mute / unmute the microphone(s), tap the symbol.
If you decline the call, busy information will be sent
to the calling party.
If you ignore the call, the calling party will perceive
this as if you were absent.
You may want to set your system to respond
automatically to an incoming call (Auto Answer).
How to set up for automatic response is described
in Call settings on page 41.
Observe that your System Administrator may have
password protected this area.
If you choose to activate Auto Answer you may
want to mute the microphone to preserve privacy.
This must be set up manually every time.
See also Do not disturb on page 5.
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more than one (optional)
Video calls can consist of either just two participants
(point-to-point calls) or several participants (video
conferences).
The ability to handle calls with several participants is
an optional feature that may, or may not, be present
in your video system or your video infrastructure. If in
doubt, consult your System Administrator.
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Video conferencing using an external MCU (with or without Multiway)
Any limitations
to the number
of simultaneous
participants will
depend entirely on
the configuration
implemented.
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Multipoint Control Unit (MCU). This is a bridge
that interconnects calls from several sources. All
parties call the MCU unit, or the MCU unit can
also call the parties that are going to participate.
This means that all participants will be in a pointto-point call with the MCU. If an MCU is used in
your office, consult your System Administrator for
operating details.
MultiSite, an optional built-in MCU in your video
system that allows you to call more than one.
The video systems that you call do not need to
have any conferencing capabilities. The maximum
number of participants will be four (yourself
included) plus one audio-only call.
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External
MCU
Cisco video systems offer three ways of implementing
the ability to be in a call with more than one, viz:
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The Settings
Participant 3
Video conferencing using MultiSite (an equivalent to an embedded MCU)
The maximum
number of
simultaneous
participants is four
(yourself included)
plus one audio-only
call.
Participant 2
Participant 1
Multiway, an optional feature that transfers your
call to an external MCU as soon as you start calling
more than one. However, you do control it all
directly from your system. You will not have to call
the MCU and then do everything from there.
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Participant 3
Participants 2 and 3 experience this call as
a point-to-point call with an MCU. They will
therefore not need to have any conferencing
abilities built in.
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Creating a video conference
(MultiSite)
If your video system is equipped with the optional
MultiSite feature you may call more than one to initiate
a video conference.
The MultiSite feature allows you to call three other
systems on video plus a fourth system on audio only
(for example a mobile phone).
Place a call to the first
participant.
Once you are
in the call, tap Add.
Call the next
participant in the usual
way.
Tap Add to place the second
call, initiating a conference. You
may adjust Call Settings before
you place the call, if needed.
This means that the conference can consist of up to
four video participants (yourself included) and one
audio participant.
If you want to initiate a video conference, you must
call each participant one by one.
Call settings. Those you call may have video systems
with different capabilities. One or more of them may,
for example, be on an ADSL system with limited
bandwidth (compared to the others). You may then
set the Call settings to a (normally lower) call rate
suiting his or her system before you call that person.
However, that call rate will affect that specific part of
the video conference only. Other participants will not
experience a lower call rate because of this.
Repeat the procedure from
needed.
, if
A maximum four video systems
(yourself included) and one audio call
may participate.
See also the article Video conferencing—calling more
than one (optional) on page 15.
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Tap END to terminate the
conference.
If you initiated the conference you will be able to terminate the entire conference as well.
The other participants, however, may only disconnect themselves from the conference.
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Creating a video conference
(Multiway™)
If your video system is equipped with the optional
Multiway feature you may call more than one to initiate
a video conference.
The maximum number of participants in a Multiway
conference depends entirely on the video
infrastructure implemented in your organization. If in
doubt, consult your System Administrator.
Place a call to the first
participant.
To add another
one, tap Hold (a)
followed by Add (b)...
Call the next
participant in the usual
way.
Tap Add to place the second
call, initiating a conference. You
may adjust Call Settings before
you place the call, if needed.
If you want to initiate a video conference, you must
call each participant one by one.
Note that the current call (or group of calls) must be
put on hold before you call the next participant.
Call settings. Those you call may have video systems
with different capabilities. One of them may, for
example, be on an ADSL system with limited bandwidth
(compared to the others). You may then set the Call
settings to a (normally lower) call rate suiting his or
her system before you call that person. However,
that call rate will affect that specific part of the video
conference only. Other participants will not experience
a lower call rate because of this.
Repeat the procedure from
needed.
, if
A maximum four video systems
(yourself included) and one audio call
may participate.
See also the article Video conferencing—calling more
than one (optional) on page 15.
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Tap END to terminate the
conference.
If you initiated the conference you will be able to terminate the entire conference as well.
The other participants, however, may only disconnect themselves from the conference.
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Receiving another incoming
call, while already in a call (I)
Assume that you are already in a call. If you then
receive another incoming call, you will have several
options.
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?
?
Then another calls in.
You put your current call
on hold...
...and accept the incoming
call while the other still is
on hold.
If you choose to transfer
the incoming call to the
one you were talking to,
the situation will be like
this.
If you choose to transfer
one of the two other
parties to someone
completely different,
the situation will be two
separate calls.
The scenario:
In call
On hold
Note that you may merge an incoming call with the
ongoing call only if your video system is equipped
with the MultiSite or the Multiway option.
Assume you are in a call.
You will now have the following options:
If you choose to swap
the two calls, the
situation will be like this
(cf. the situation shown
in above).
If you choose to merge
the calls, the situation
will be like this—you
have initiated a video
conference.
See also the article Video conferencing—calling more
than one (optional) on page 15.
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Receiving another incoming
call, while already in a call (II)
Assume that you are already in a call. If you then
receive another incoming call, you will have the
following options:
•
•
•
•
•
The one(s) you already
are in a call with.
The identity of the new
incoming call.
You may decline the call and continue with what
you were doing.
You may put the current call on hold and accept
the new call. At any time you may swap between
the two. Systems with no MultiSite or MultiWay
installed cannot create a conference and they are
therefore confined to this way of talking to both
(that is, one at a time). They do, however, support
one extra audio-only call.
You may transfer the incoming call to someone
else, including the one you were talking to—see the
following page for more on this.
You may, after putting the incoming call on hold,
merge this call with the existing (optional feature
requiring conferencing options present).
You may merge the incoming call directly with the
ongoing call (Accept & MERGE), but this can
only take place if your video system is equipped
with the MultiSite option.
Note that in the case of Multiway, a small time delay
may be experienced when accepting that an incoming
call joins the ongoing call. This is due to the transfer of
the call to the external MCU.
Decline the incoming call
and carry on as you have
been doing.
Accept the incoming
call and merge it with
the ongoing call*.
For MultiWay you
must put the current
call (or group of
calls) on hold before
merging can take
place.
This is due to the fact
that the incoming call
must be transferred
to the MCU and then
merged.
Accept the incoming
call, while holding the
current call or group of
calls.
Accept the incoming
call, while ending the
current call or group of
calls.
Ignore the incoming call (you
will appear as absent to the
one who is calling you).
* If your system is equipped with MultiSite you may merge the incoming with the current call.
For systems without MultiSite installed, the incoming call may still be merged, but as an audio-only call.
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Transferring calls
Swapping calls
Assume you that you are in a call and that you would like to transfer the other party to
someone else. Do as follows:
Assume you are in a call and want to put that call on hold in order to talk to someone
else. Do as follows:
1.Tap as outlined to invoke the Transfer dialog box.
1.Tap Hold, as outlined
2.Tap Transfer, as outlined.
2.Tap + Place New Call as outlined.
3.Select whom to call in the usual way.
3.Place a call in the usual way (see left).
4.Tap Swap to go between the two parties.
4.The following dialog box will now appear and let you transfer the call:
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Layout control in a call
You may alter the screen layout when you are in a call.
The Touch pad will show the options available. The
actual options may differ from what is shown here, but
the Touch pad will always show you what is available.
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Selecting a different layout
In a call tap Layout, as outlined,
then select the preferred layout, as
outlined.
To exit the layout without changing
anything, tap Layout again.
The WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get)
principle applies even here.
Invoking a list of participants
Tap the dot that is not shown in bold
just above the row of buttons to invoke
a list of participants.
Lock as speaker
Assume you have set your
system so that one of the
participants is shown larger
than the others.
If somebody else starts to
say something instead of
this person, the system will
switch to display the image
of that person instead. To
avoid this, you may lock the
current as speaker.
Start with a layout as
outlined and tap as shown,
then tap Lock as Speaker,
as outlined.
To unlock, repeat the
process and tap Unlock
Speaker.
Tap the other dot to return to the initial
state.
Adding a PiP self-view
Tap as outlined at all times during
a call to add self-view to your
screen (this will not be seen by
the remote participants).
The self-view will appear as a PiP
(Picture-in-Picture).
Moving the self-view PiP
Tap and hold the PiP, as outlined.
When the PiP turns blue you may drag
it to a new position, choose among six
predefined positions, as outlined.
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Camera presets in a call
Near end camera control
Far end camera control
There may be camera presets stored on your system.
If so, these are available at all times during a call. How
to define camera presets is described in Adding a
camera preset on page 8. Do as follows:
You may control your own camera manually at all
times during a call. Your own camera is often referred
to as the near end camera. Do as follows:
If the other participants are on systems with adjustable
cameras, you may be able to control the pan and zoom
of their camera. Do as follows:
1.Tap the camera icon, as outlined:
1.Tap as outlined. If you are in a call with more than
one (a conference), tap the one whose camera you
want to adjust.
1.Tap the camera icon, as outlined:
2.Tap Show camera controls, as outlined:
2.Select the preset required, as outlined:
2.Then tap Camera Control.
3.Adjust as needed (a) and tap Hide camera controls (b)
3.Adjust pan and zoom as required:
4.Tap anywhere outside the menu to exit.
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Sharing content—conducting
presentations
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Sharing content
Contents can be shared 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.
Connect your presentation source and make sure it is
switched On before connecting it to the video system.
Note that a running presentation will not be terminated
automatically when the call is ended. You will be
prompted to stop the presentation by the system.
Make sure your source is connected
and on. Tap Presentation, as
outlined.
When the presentation is over, tap
Stop Presenting, as outlined.
Changing the layout
Full screen presentations
During a presentation
tap Layout, as outlined,
to display the layout
options available.
You may set up your
system for a full screen
presentation with the
presenter appearing in a
PiP (Picture-in-Picture),
which is similar to selfview. To enable this, tap
as outlined.
Your options may differ
from those shown here,
but layouts shown are
those you may choose
between.
Make sure your
presentation
source is switched
on and connected
to the video system
before you tap
Presentation.
Scroll (a), if needed, to locate the
required source, as outlined. Then
tap Present (b). You should now see
the presentation on the screen. If the
source material cannot be shown
a warning will be displayed,
as outlined.
This option may not be
present on systems with
customized layouts.
Tap the layout you
prefer to start using that
layout.
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The PiP can be moved
to a different position by
tapping and holding until
it turns blue. You may
then move it to a different
position, as outlined.
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About scheduled meetings
Your video system may be connected to a management
system capable of scheduling video meetings. Any
meetings scheduled will then appear in a List of Meetings.
The List of Meetings contains a list of upcoming,
meetings scheduled to take place during the next
14 days. The list is sorted using grouping headers.
The main grouping category is by day (e.g.: TODAY,
TOMORROW, then WEDNESDAY, July 20, 2012 etc).
If you tap an item in the list then more information will
become available.
When a scheduled meeting appears as Private meeting
it will contain information about the organizer only. There
will be no title, no expandable meeting outline as well as
no dial-in information.
Tap on Meetings to produce the
List of Meetings.
On your video system the Meeting Reminder will appear
once it is possible to join a meeting. Exactly when that
will be depends on the Start time buffer setting, which
has been set by your system administrator. Default
buffer setting is 10 minutes.
The meeting reminder contains a time indicator stating
when the meeting starts, or alternatively for how long
the meeting has been going on (an ongoing meeting is
referred to as a Meeting in progress).
The text Starting now will be shown during a time
interval spanning from 30 seconds before to 30 seconds
after the scheduled start time of the meeting.
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If you tap on any of the
meetings listed, you will see
more information about the
meeting. This does not apply
if the meeting is listed as
Private—see text for details.
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Joining a meeting
You will be informed if you try to join
a meeting too early.
When you may join a scheduled meeting depends
on the Start time buffer setting. Default setting is 10
minutes in advance, but it be set by your System
Administrator to another value.
You will not be able to join in earlier.
When the meeting starts you will be offered to join
in or dismiss. Alternatively, you may postpone the
joining-in and be reminded five minutes later (snooze).
If you tap a meeting in the list you
will see more about the meeting.
If you already are in a call you will in addition be
offered to put the current call on hold and join the
meeting.
Remember that this is similar to any other incoming
call. The only difference is that the incoming call is
initiated by a scheduling system.
Although the default setting lets you
join in up to 10 minutes in advance,
your System Administrator may have
implemented a different setting.
A scheduled meeting may connect
you automatically, or you may have
to tap JOIN MEETING.
To view full details about
the meeting:
Expand by
tapping here to
see details.
When the meeting starts you will be
offered to join in, to postpone the
offer to join in for 5 minutes, or to just
dismiss the offer.
Collapse by
tapping here.
When a scheduled meeting
appears as a Private meeting it
will contain information about the
organizer only. There will be no title,
no expandable meeting outline as
well as no dial-in information.
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If you are in a call when the meeting
starts you will also be offered to join in
while at the same time put the current
call on hold, just like any other situation
where someone calls you while you
already are in a call.
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Parallel meetings
Extending an ongoing meeting
When Parallel Meetings occur (two or more meetings taking place simultaneously),
the reminder will be displayed in context of the meeting list, displaying all upcoming
meetings. Choose which meeting to join and then join the selected meeting.
Scheduled meetings have a fixed start and end time. You may want to extend an
ongoing meeting. This will be accepted by the system provided that no other meeting
is scheduled for any of the video systems involved, during the period of possible
extension.
If an extension is sustainable, the Meeting will end notification will include an Extend
and a Dismiss option.
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History
Directory
Favorites
The 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.
The Favorites is your own shortlist of contacts you
frequently call or otherwise want to have easy access to.
Tap
Contacts to
invoke the list ...
Tap an entry and you will be able to :
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Adding to Favorites. To add someone to the list of
favorites, locate the entry in Directory or History and tap it
(a). This will produce a dialog box which allows you to tap
Add to Favorites (b).
...then tap History.
Scroll through the
list as outlined to
locate an entry.
Call the entry by tapping Start.
Add the entry to an ongoing call (optional).
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—see the next page for more on
this.
Access the Favorites in the same way History and
Directory.
Tap
Contacts to
invoke the list ...
...then tap Directory.
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..
The Favorites should be considered as an editable
directory and is used in the same way as History.
Scroll through the
list as outlined.
Tap a folder (a) to show its contents, scroll (b), if
needed, to locate a folder or an entry within a folder.
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.
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Searching in a list
Clearing History
You may search for an entry in any of the lists. You may search for entries (names,
numbers or addresses). Searches will be conducted within all the folders, i.e. within
the Favorites, the Directory and the History.
For privacy reasons you may want to clear the History list.
The Settings
To do this scroll the list as outlined (a) until the button Clear List appears, then tap
this button (b).
Tap in the Search or Dial field (a) and then key in (b) the name, address or number.
Matches will appear as you search.
Once located, tap the entry to place a call, to edit the entry or to add the entry to
Favorites.
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.
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About the Settings
The video endpoints whose use is described in
this guide 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 screen controller provides access to a
limited set of parameters only.
Care must be taken when altering the Settings to avoid
that the system stops working. If in doubt, contact your
System Administrator.
To enter the Settings, tap the Settings icon ( ), as
outlined to the right.
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System Information
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The Settings
Settings > System Information
The System Information window contains information
on the system’s software and hardware versions and
connections, SIP and H.323 status etc.
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The Settings
Settings > Call Status
The Call Status window provides information on call
rate, encryption, as well as important video and audio
parameters.
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Language
Video meetings
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Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Language
The Language window lets you specify the Touch
interface menu language.
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Camera Control & Settings
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The Settings
Settings > Camera Control & Settings
The Camera Control & Settings window lets you set
the whitebalance and exposure of the camera. If you
do not want to tweak this yourself, just leave it up to
the system by tapping 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
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Ringtone & Sound Settings
The Ringtone & Sound Settings window 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 is set to On.
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The Settings
Settings > Security
The Security window shows the status of certificates
installed.
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Main Source Selection
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
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The Settings
Settings > Main Source Selection
Select what shall be the principal main source set as
default. You may still choose another when working
with the system, but what you specify here will be the
default setting.
The options available are system dependent, your
system may show more options or less options.
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The Settings
Settings > Administrator Settings > Date, Time & Location
Tap Administrator settings to gain access to the
administrator only set of settings.
Tap Back to go one level back and Exit to leave the
Settings completely.
The Date, Time & Location window lets you specify
whether date and time shall be set automatically, or
entered by you.
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Settings > Administrator Settings > Call Settings
The Call Settings window 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 will 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 responds 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 Protocol. 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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IP & VLAN
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Administrator Settings > Network Settings > IP & VLAN
Tap Network Settings to invoke this window.
The IP & VLAN settings window for the Codec of the
system lets you specify whether to use IPv4 or IPv6.
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H323 Settings
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Administrator Settings > Network Settings > H323 Settings
The H323 settings window lets you specify what is
needed to set up H323.
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SIP Settings
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Administrator Settings > Network Settings > SIP Settings
The SIP settings window lets you specify what is
needed to set up SIP.
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Provisioning
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Administrator Settings > Network Settings > Provisioning
Provisioning connects you to CUCM, 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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Multiway
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Administrator Settings > Network Settings > Multiway
All endpoints using the TC series software offers
Multiway as a means of creating video conferences
with more than just two participants.
Note that a successful use of Multiway requires the
presence of certain infrastructure products and
installations. If in doubt, consult your Cisco partner.
This page of the Settings offers the ability enter the
path to the Multiway enabled MCU. This is required to
make the Multiway functionality work.
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Web Snapshots
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Administrator Settings > Web Snapshots
You may gain access to your video system through
its web interface. To learn more about how to do that
consult the Administration Guide for your system. This
guide is available separately for download from www.
cisco.com.
From the web interface you may generate snapshots
of the video stream from your system. You may also,
under certain circumstances, generate snapshots
from the outgoing video of the far end system.
However, you cannot take snapshots unless you have
set the Allow Web Snapshots to ON, as shown here.
Note that the far end may take snapshots of the
outgoing video of your system, even if you have set
your system’s Allow Web Snapshots to OFF.
Likewise, you will be able to take snapshots of the
outgoing video of the far end, even if the far end has
set Allow Web Snapshots to OFF, provided that you
have set your own system’s Allow Web Snapshots to
ON.
Snapshots cannot be taken if the call is encrypted.
Encryption will disable the snapshot feature at both
ends, regardless of the local settings of the Allow
Web Snapshots parameter.
The web snapshot feature applies to Point-to-Point as
well as MultiSite calls (but only to unencrypted calls).
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EMC Resilience Mode
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > 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 obviously nobody 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 prevent the
appearance of false signals.
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Reset
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Administrator Settings > Reset
You may want to reset your video system. Note that
you will loose all configurations, the call history and
your local list of contacts. Release keys and options
installed will be retained.
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Restart
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
User guide
Managing Contacts
The Settings
Settings > Restart
Use this to restart your system in an orderly manner.
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