Elluminate Live! ESP Indicators Quick Reference Guide

Elluminate Live! ESP Indicators Quick Reference Guide
Red: A red light next to a Participant’s name indicates that he or she has not
received the Whiteboard screen that the Moderator has currently set for the
Participants to view. This light will disappear once the Participant has
received the current screen content from the server.
Orange: An orange light next to a Participant’s name indicates that he or she
is still receiving the Whiteboard screens from the server. This light will
disappear once the Participant has received all of the Whiteboard screens.
Using the Moderator ESP Indicators
Quick Reference Guide
When a Participant or Moderator is using a feature a yellow halo appears
behind the permission icon next to their name. ESP (Elluminate Sensory
Perception) indicators appear in the Audio, Whiteboard, Application Sharing,
and Video Camera permission columns when a delay has occurred and the
Participant has not received the information. The ESP or activity indicators
are dynamic and will be updated and visible to all Moderators throughout the
session. By keeping an eye on these indicators, you can adjust the pace of
your session.
Application Sharing ESP Indicators
While you are hosting an application sharing session, you may see red and
orange activity indicators next to your name or each Participant’s name (only
the host can see these indicators). The orange and red indicator lights
represent the length of the delay.
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When you see an indicator next to the host’s name, it means that
the host still has a backlog of information to send to the server.
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When these indicators appear next to a Participant’s name, it
means they are still receiving information from the Elluminate Live!
Server.
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Whiteboard ESP Indicators
When you see both the red and orange lights next to a Participant’s
name, it indicates more of a delay when compared with a
Participant with just an orange light.
When content in the form of presentations, images and objects are loaded
onto the Whiteboard screens; you are notified when Participants have not
received all of the content. There are two colored indicator lights available in
the Whiteboard permission column in the Participants list.
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When there are no indicator lights visible, it means that the
Participant’s Application Sharing display is in sync with the person
hosting the application sharing session.
Video Camera ESP Indicators
Audio ESP Indicators
While someone is sending a Video broadcast, activity indicators may appear
in the Participants list in the video camera permission column. The
broadcaster (the person hosting the Video broadcast) will see activity
indicators for himself and everyone else in the session, while each
Participant in the session only sees activity indicators for themselves.
Audio activity indicators appear in the Audio permission column in the
Participants list indicating if any of the Participants are experiencing delays
in the Audio transmission or are not responding the Audio service. Only
Moderators and the person currently using the microphone (referred to as
the talker) will be able to see the Audio activity indicators.
Orange: Appears for the broadcaster whenever he is trying to send video
data to the server faster than the server can support it. An orange indicator
appears for a viewer if they are averaging less than two out of three frames
that the broadcaster is sending.
When talkers notice Audio delay indicators, they will be able to pace the
Audio and wait for the Participants who are experiencing delays time to
catch up; they do so by muting the microphone and Audio transmission
Orange & Red: Appears for the broadcaster whenever the delay in sending
the video data to the server exceeds 5 seconds. An orange-and-red
indicator appears for a viewer if they are averaging less than one out of
three frames that the broadcaster is sending.
Red: Appears for the broadcaster whenever the delay in sending the video
data to the server exceeds 15 seconds. A red indicator appears for a viewer
if the viewer has hidden their video window and therefore is receiving no
video data from the broadcaster.
There are three colored indicator lights available in the Audio permission
column:
Orange: The Participant is experiencing delays in the audio stream
originated by the Talker of between 3 to 8 seconds.
Orange & Red: The Participant is experiencing delays in the audio stream
originated by the Talker of more than 8 seconds.
Red: The Talker or any of the Participants are non-responsive and may be
offline from the conference. This usually means some problem with the
user’s network connection. Often it will be followed by the user getting
disconnected from the session.
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