HDMI-In Broadcast

HDMI-In Broadcast
Using a Cisco Unified IP Phone with Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director
Quick Start
HDMI-In Broadcast
WELCOME
SELECTING A SERVICE
SELECTING A CHANNEL
In your luxury suite, the Cisco Unified IP Phone can be
used to control the TVs and to place calls. It has a touch
screen, softkeys (which vary depending on the phone
model, screen contents, and your site’s implementation),
a navigation pad, and a phone keypad.
Touch HDMI-In Broadcast.
Touch the desired DMP-encoded channel to start
streaming. In this example, ChannelEncoder_01 is
streaming.
NOTE: HDMI-In Broadcast is only supported on the
SV-4K media player. Order and Album Control are only
supported on the Cisco DMP 4310G media player.
SELECTING A DISPLAY
Use the touch screen to select the TVs or
select a service.
TIP: Press the Services button
if services are not displayed.
Use the softkeys to:
 Navigate.
 Mute or unmute all TVs with single touch.
 Turn on and off all TVs with single touch.
The navigation pad is not used with TV
control services in Dynamic Signage Director.
Use the keypad to dial a phone number or
enter a channel number.
Use the line buttons to select a phone line (if
multiple), speed dial, or go to a defined URL.
The TVs that are associated to the suite appear and are
typically identified by name. Touch the label of the TV
you want to control.
NOTE: The Back softkey will take you back to the
previous operational screen. As an alternative, you
can touch Guide to view the channel guide on the
associated TV, or touch Keypad and enter a desired
channel number.
CHANGING THE HDMI-IN CHANNEL
To change the streaming channel simply touch another
available channel, touching Off is not required. By
touching another channel, the current channel will stop
automatically and the channel just selected will begin
streaming.
STOPPING THE HDMI-IN CHANNEL
Touch Off to stop the channel from streaming. In the
example above, touch Off to stop ChannelEncoder_01
from streaming.
NOTE: In order for the HDMI-In Broadcast channel to
appear, you must select the TV.
Using a Cisco Unified IP Phone with Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director
Quick Start
HDMI-In Broadcast
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
USING ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
USING SOFTKEYS
To adjust the volume, touch the following buttons:
To access advanced functions such as controls for
external inputs and closed captioning, touch Advanced.
The softkeys on the phone are located at the bottom of
the touch screen and provide access to functions, which
vary depending on the phone model and screen currently
being displayed.
 To increase the volume on the selected
TV(s).
Softkey
Function
Advanced
Access the advanced features (external
input, closed captioning) for the selected
TV.
Back
Go back to the previous operational screen.
DISPLAYING THE CHANNEL ON TVS
Guide
Display the channel guide on the
designated TV.
Once streaming has started, select the TV that you want
the HDMI-In Broadcast channel to appear. From the
Home screen, touch TV/Volume.
Home or
Close
Return to the home screen (Display
Control).
Keypad
Select a channel by entering a number
using the keypad.
Mute or
UnMute
Mute or unmute the volume on all TVs.
Tv On or Tv
Off
Turn power on or off for all TVs.
More
(9971 only) Displays additional softkeys.
 To decrease the volume on the selected
TV(s).
 To toggle between mute and unmute on the
selected TV(s).
TV Inputs
If the TV has been configured to allow external input
devices, such as a DVD player or personal computer, the
TV inputs list will display a listing of available sources.
Touch the desired input.
Features: Closed Captioning
Many of the available channels may provide closed
captions that can be displayed on the TV. To turn closed
captioning on (or off), touch cc.
Touch the label of the TV you want to control or touch
All. Touch the desired HDMI-In channel.
NOTE: Depending on your configuration, there might be
multiple Closed Captioning options.
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