Brio User Guide
Brio
User Guide
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Brio User Guide
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Brio
User Guide
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NOTICES
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARKS
Copyright © 2015 Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. All rights reserved.
All brand names and product names are trademarks, registered trademarks or trade names of their respective holders.
GENERAL
Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, however in some cases changes in the products or availability could occur which may
not be reflected in this document. Christie reserves the right to make changes to specifications at any time without notice.
Performance specifications are typical, but may vary depending on conditions beyond Christie's control such as maintenance of the
product in proper working conditions. Performance specifications are based on information available at the time of printing. Christie
makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, implied warranties of fitness for a particular
purpose. Christie will not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the
performance or use of this material.
WARRANTY
Products are warranted under Christie’s standard limited warranty, the complete details of which are available by contacting your
Christie dealer or Christie. In addition to the other limitations that may be specified in Christie’s standard limited warranty and, to
the extent relevant or applicable to your product, the warranty does not cover:
a)
Problems or damage occurring during shipment, in either direction.
b)
Problems or damage caused by combination of a product with non-Christie equipment, such as distribution systems, cameras, DVD players,
etc., or use of a product with any non-Christie interface device.
c)
Problems or damage caused by the use of any replacement part or component purchased or obtained from an unauthorized distributor of
Christie replacement parts or components including, without limitation, any distributor offering Christie replacement parts or components
through the Internet (confirmation of authorized distributors may be obtained from Christie).
d)
Problems or damage caused by misuse, improper power source, accident, fire, flood, lightning, earthquake or other natural disaster.
e)
Problems or damage caused by improper installation/alignment, or by equipment modification, if by other than Christie service personnel or a
Christie authorized repair service provider.
f)
Problems or damage caused by use of a product on a motion platform or other movable device where such product has not been designed,
modified, or approved by Christie for such use.
g)
Problems or damage caused by use of a projector in the presence of an oil-based fog machine or laser-based lighting that is unrelated to the
projector.
h)
Except where the product is designed for outdoor use, problems or damage caused by use of the product outdoors unless such product is
protected from precipitation or other adverse weather or environmental conditions and the ambient temperature is within the recommended
ambient temperature set forth in the specifications for such product.
i)
Defects caused by normal wear and tear or otherwise due to normal aging of a product.
The warranty does not apply to any product where the serial number has been removed or obliterated. The warranty also does not
apply to any product sold by a reseller to an end user outside of the country where the reseller is located unless (i) Christie has an
office in the country where the end user is located or (ii) the required international warranty fee has been paid.
The warranty does not obligate Christie to provide any on-site warranty service at the product site location.
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventative maintenance is an important part of the continued and proper operation of your product. Please see the Maintenance
section for specific maintenance items as they relate to your product. Failure to perform maintenance as required, and in accordance
with the maintenance schedule specified by Christie, will void the warranty.
REGULATORY (if applicable)
The product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the product is operated in a
commercial environment. The product generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of the product in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at the user’s
own expense.
CAN ICES-3 (A) / NMB-3 (A)
이 기기는 업무용(A급)으로 전자파적합등록을 한 기기이오니 판매자 또는 사용자는 이점을 주의하시기 바라며, 가정 외의 지역에서 사용하는
것을 목적으로 합니다.
ENVIRONMENTAL
The product is designed and manufactured with high-quality materials and components that can be recycled and reused. This symbol
means that electrical and electronic equipment, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from regular waste.
Please dispose of the product appropriately and according to local regulations. In the European Union, there are separate collection
systems for used electrical and electronic products. Please help us to conserve the environment we live in!
China RoHS Compliance Information
关于中国《电子信息产品污染控制管理办法》的说明
 Environmentally Friendly Use Period
环保使用期限
The year number in the centre of the label indicates the Environmentally Friendly Use Period,
which is required to mark on the electronic information product sold in China according to the
China RoHS regulations.
本标志中表示的年数是根据《电子信息产品污染控制管理办法》(2006年2月28日)以及《电子信息产品污
染控制标识要求》(2006年11月6日)制定的、适用于在中华人民共和国境内销售的电子信息产品的环保使
用期限
 Material Concentration Values Table
有毒有害物质含量表
Material Concentration
(有毒有害物质或元素)
Part Name
Audio/Video
input PCB
System board
PCB
Mechanical
enclosure*
部件名称
铅
汞
镉
六价铬
多溴联苯
多溴二联苯醚
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
(Cr 6+)
(PBB)
音影输入卡
X
O
O
O
O
O
主板
X
O
O
O
O
O
机械附件
X
O
O
O
O
O
(PBDE)
Note:
O: indicates that the concentration value of the particular hazardous substance contained in all the
homogeneous materials for this part, according to EIP-A, EIP-B, EIP-C, is below the stipulated levels in China
SJ/T11363-2006.
表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在SJ/T11363-2006规定的限量要求以下。
X: indicates that the concentration value of the particular hazardous substance contained in all the
homogeneous materials for this part, according to EIP-A, EIP-B, EIP-C, may be above the stipulated levels in
China SJ/T11363-2006.
表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量可能超出SJ/T11363-2006规定的限量要求。
* This part uses metallic alloys, which may contain Lead. 因该部件使用金属合金材料,故可能含有铅。
Content
Safety Precautions ................................................................................................................... 8
Warnings ............................................................................................................................. 8
Labeling Glossary .................................................................................................................. 9
End-of-Life Disposal .............................................................................................................. 9
Welcome to Brio .....................................................................................................................10
Quick Start ..........................................................................................................................10
Document Conventions .........................................................................................................10
Set up ...................................................................................................................................11
Brio Enterprise and Brio Team+ .............................................................................................11
Brio Team ...........................................................................................................................14
Meeting Manager ....................................................................................................................16
Access the Meeting Manager ..................................................................................................19
Access using a Touch Display ............................................................................................... 19
Access using a Wired Connection (Enterprise) ........................................................................ 19
Access by Wiring Directly to Brio (Enterprise) ........................................................................ 19
Access using a Wireless Connection ...................................................................................... 19
Presentation Area for the Web Meeting Manager ......................................................................19
Start Collaborating ..................................................................................................................21
Connect to Brio ....................................................................................................................21
Connect DVI Sources (Brio Team+ and Brio Enterprise) .......................................................... 22
Windows OS Sources .......................................................................................................... 22
Apple ................................................................................................................................ 25
Android ............................................................................................................................. 27
Whiteboarding and Annotating ...............................................................................................28
Brio Whiteboarding ............................................................................................................. 29
Web Whiteboarding ............................................................................................................ 29
Sketching/Annotation ...........................................................................................................30
Security ..............................................................................................................................31
Source List ..........................................................................................................................33
Reorder the Sources .............................................................................................................34
Preview your Sources ...........................................................................................................34
Select your Primary Output ...................................................................................................35
Meetings .............................................................................................................................35
Help ...................................................................................................................................35
Address Book ......................................................................................................................35
Add an address to your address book.................................................................................... 36
Delete or Edit an Address in your Address Book ..................................................................... 36
Start a Meeting ....................................................................................................................37
Join a Meeting .................................................................................................................... 39
Share Presentation Area ...................................................................................................... 40
End/Exit a Meeting ............................................................................................................. 43
Administration ........................................................................................................................44
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System Settings Page ...........................................................................................................44
General Tab ....................................................................................................................... 44
Network Tab ...................................................................................................................... 48
Connect Brio to a Network ................................................................................................... 52
Software Tab ..................................................................................................................... 56
Security Tab ...................................................................................................................... 58
Brio Administrator ................................................................................................................59
Starting Brio Administrator .................................................................................................. 60
Discover, Add, or Delete Brios .............................................................................................. 60
Deleting Brios .................................................................................................................... 62
Details Command ............................................................................................................... 62
Update Software Command ................................................................................................. 62
Power Command ................................................................................................................ 62
Mounting Options ....................................................................................................................63
Mount Brio in a Rack ........................................................................................................... 63
Mount Brio under a Desk ..................................................................................................... 63
Mount Brio behind a Monitor ................................................................................................ 64
Cable and Power Connections and Status LED.............................................................................67
Periodic Maintenance ...............................................................................................................70
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................71
Security Methods ....................................................................................................................72
Brio Specifications ...................................................................................................................73
Index ....................................................................................................................................75
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Safety Precautions
The following are the safety precautions for Brio.
This symbol indicates the presence of dangerous voltage within the product enclosure
that may be significant enough to cause a risk of electrical shock.
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Read, follow, and keep all instructions.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product and in the related documentation.
Do not use this apparatus near liquids. Do not place objects containing liquids on top of or
near the unit. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots, as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts resulting in the risk of fire or electric shock.
Clean only with a clean, lint-free, and dry cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners or solvents.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding–type plug. A polarized plug has
two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles (electrical receptacles), and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer or sold
with the apparatus. When a cart is used, take caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury or serious damage to the product from the cart tipping over.
If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the total ampere ratings on the
products plugged into the extension cord do not exceed the extension cord ampere rating.
Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Opening or removing covers may expose you
to dangerous voltage points and/or other risks, and may void your warranty. Refer all
servicing to Authorized Service Personnel.
Unplug the apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as the power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or
moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Operate the equipment under the following conditions:
Operating temperature range: 5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
Storage temperature: -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
Relative humidity: 10-85% non-condensing
Operating altitude: maximum of 2000 m (6562 ft) above sea level
Avoid installing this product in an area that is exposed to excessive dust.
Warnings
FCC Warning
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Contains: FCC ID: NKR-DNXA116
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IC ID: 4441A-DNXA116
SBC Battery Warning
The battery in Brio is not intended to be replaced by the user. Failure to follow these instructions
voids the warranty of the unit.
There is danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type of battery.
Service Warning
The unit has no field-serviceable parts. The enclosure surrounding the unit should not be removed.
Failure to follow these instructions may void the warranty.
For protection against the risk of electrical shock, always disconnect all cables from the wall outlet
before servicing, modifying or installing the equipment.
Class I Construction Warning
An apparatus with Class I construction shall be connected to a MAINS socket outlet with a protective
earthing connection.
Labeling Glossary
This symbol indicates the hardware is
RoHS compliant.
These symbols warn where
potentially hazardous voltages
exist.
End-of-Life Disposal
Properly recycle the Brio unit when it is permanently removed from service. This product has been
designed such that a large percentage of the product material can be recycled. Follow local and/or
national regulations regarding disposal of electronics equipment.
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Welcome to Brio
Brio is a presentation and collaboration solution that makes it easy to share and compare up to five
presentations with others. With a few quick keystrokes or taps on your Mac, PC, iPad, or, wired or
wireless device, you can share your audio, high definition video, whiteboards, and other information in
a single room or with multiple people in multiple locations.
The Brio family of products includes three different models:

Brio Team
An integrated wireless access point that connects up to five devices.
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Brio Team+
A rack mountable unit with two DVI inputs in addition to an integrated wireless access point.
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Brio Enterprise
A rack mountable with two DVI inputs that uses a LAN to connect devices or communicate
with other Brios.
Although the hardware differs for the various models, all models run the same software and provide
an integrated, collaborative user experience. Refer to Set up (page 11) for more information on the
different models.
To access software updates and documentation, register your Brio at: http://www.updatebrio.com/.
For support for this product, visit:
http://www.christiedigital.com/en-us/product-support/support-offices/Pages/default.aspx
Quick Start
The following are a few references to help you get started.
Task
Reference
Page
Set up Brio and displays.
Set up
10
Power on Brio and connected displays.
None
Connect to the Meeting Manager.
Access the Meeting Manager
19
For Brio Enterprise, connect Brio to a
network and set the Network Settings.
Network Tab
48
For Brio Team and Brio Team+, connect
to a wireless access point (WAP)
connection.
Network Tab
48
Connect sources.
Browse to Brio’s IP address or DNS Name
Manage your presentation.
Presentation Area
19
Change the administrator’s password.
Security Tab
58
Document Conventions
The graphical illustrations in this document are for example purposes only and the hardware and
software illustrated may differ from your model.
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Set up
Follow the set up for your model:

Brio Enterprise
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Brio Team+
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Brio Team
Brio Enterprise and Brio Team+
Required accessories:

Two DisplayPort cables to connect the displays to the Brio
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Speakers (if using the audio ports on Brio) and related cables
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For Brio Enterprise, an Ethernet cable to connect to a network or a wireless router

A device with a web browser
Some connectors on the rear panel have been closed off with connector plugs. Do not remove the
plugs.
To ensure proper ventilation for the unit, ensure the wiring does not obstruct the air flow to or from
the air vents.
1.
Unpack Brio and inspect for damage.
If there is any physical damage to the Brio, contact your
vendor for further instructions.
2.
Using the packing list, verify the contents of the
shipment.
Brio unit and accessory kit:
 Antenna for Team+
 1 Power cord—used to apply power to the unit.
 1 USB flash drive—used to access the
documentation.
 4 Feet—self-adhesive non-skid rounds, applied
when unit is not mounted (one strip of four).
 Optional mounting accessories
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3.
4.
Determine where you want to set up Brio.
It can be located on a table, under a table, in an
equipment rack, or behind a monitor. Refer to
Mounting Options (page 59) for additional
information.
Under table:
Rack mounted:
Behind monitor (VESA
Behind monitor (VESA
1):
2):
With the Brio powered off, connect the displays as
follows:
Using DisplayPort cables, connect a display to the
Output A connector and connect the USB cable
from the display to a blue USB port on Brio.
Optionally, connect a second display to the Output
B connector and connect the USB cable from the
display to a blue USB port on Brio.
Use the same type of cables for
both of the Brio outputs. If this is
not possible, connect the
DisplayPort cable to output A and
the other cable to output B.
To use annotation and
whiteboarding, the display
connected to Output A must be an
HID compliant multi-touch display.
Christie recommends two HID
compliant multi-touch displays for
optimum functionality.
If the displays are not the same
resolution, the system
automatically detects the best
supported resolution supported by
both displays.
5.
Do one of the following:
Refer to the Network Tab (page 48).
 For Brio Enterprise, connect to the network to be
used by meeting participants.
 For Brio Team+, connect the antenna. Optionally,
set up a wireless network for Brio.
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6.
To power on Brio, plug it in and press the power
switch. The LED turns solid green when Brio is
ready. When powered on, the splash screen
provides tips for getting started.
7.
Update the software.
Refer to Software Tab (page 56).
This is required prior to using Brio the
first time.
8.
Connect to the Meeting Manager.
9.
Optionally, connect DVI sources to Brio using the
Input A and Input B connectors.
Refer to Access the Meeting Manager (page 19).
10. If using audio from Brio, connect audio:
a.
Connect the audio out cable for the DVI source
connected to Input A to the blue In A port.
b.
Connect the audio out cable for the DVI source
connected to Input B to the pink In B port.
c.
Connect the speaker to the green Line Out
connector.
Audio is also available using the
DisplayPort output. See General Tab,
page 44.
11. Connect wireless sources.
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Brio Team
Required accessories:

Two DisplayPort cables to connect the displays to the Brio
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Speakers (if using the audio ports on Brio) and related cables

A device with a web browser
Some connectors on the rear panel have been closed off with connector plugs. Do not remove the
plugs.
To ensure proper ventilation for the unit, ensure the wiring does not obstruct the air
flow to or from the air vents.
1. Unpack Brio and inspect for damage.
If there is any physical damage to the Brio, contact your
vendor for further instructions.
2. Using the packing list, verify the contents of the
shipment.
Brio unit and accessory kit:
 Antenna
 1 Power cord—used to apply power to the unit.
 1 USB flash drive—used to access the
documentation.
 4 Feet—self-adhesive non-skid rounds, applied
when unit is not mounted (1 strip of 4).
3.
With the Brio powered off, connect the displays as
follows:
Using DisplayPort cables, connect a display to the
Output A connector and connect the USB cable
from the display to the USB port labeled 3 on the
Brio. Optionally, connect a second display to the
Output B connector and connect the USB cable
from the display to the USB port labeled 4 on the
Brio.
Use the same type of cables for both
of the Brio outputs. If this is not
possible, connect the DisplayPort
cable to output A and the other cable
to output B.
To use annotation and whiteboarding,
the display connected to Output A
must be an HID compliant multitouch display.
Christie recommends two HID
compliant multi-touch displays for
optimum functionality.
If the displays are not the same
resolution, the system automatically
detects the best supported resolution
supported by both displays.
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4.
Attach the antenna.
5.
If using audio from Brio, connect the speaker to the
green Line Out connector.
Audio is also available using the
DisplayPort output. See General Tab,
page 44.
6.
To power on Brio, plug it in and press the power
switch. The LED turns solid green when the Brio is
ready. When powered on, the splash screen
provides tips for getting started.
7.
Connect to the wireless access point (WAP)
connection.
Refer to the Network Tab, page 48.
8.
Update the software.
Refer to Software Tab (page 56).
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9.
This is required prior to using Brio the
first time.
Connect to the Meeting Manager.
10. Connect to the wireless access point (WAP)
Refer to Access the Meeting Manager (page 19).
Refer to the Network Tab, page 48.
connection.
11. Connect wireless sources.
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Meeting Manager
The Meeting Manager is the user interface for the Brio. It can be accessed from a web browser or from
a touch display.
The following highlights how to access key features using the Meeting Manager on the web and from a
touch display. For features not supported in the touch Meeting Manager, use the web Meeting
Manager.
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Feature
Select the language used for the
Meeting Manager.
Web Meeting Manager
Touch Meeting
Manager
Not supported
Organize presentations by rearranging
the position of the sources on the
outputs.
Start multisite meeting (if licensed).
Disconnect sources.
Start and end the Brio whiteboard.
Access the web whiteboard.
Not supported
View the status of a current meeting
(if licensed).
Select audio.
Restart or shutdown the Brio.
Not supported
Set security.
Get help for connecting sources.
Not supported
Maintain your address book.
Not supported
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Feature
Web Meeting Manager
Select primary output.
Touch Meeting
Manager
Not supported
Duplicate the source in position 1.
Change presenter.
Show password for secure session.
Splash screen
Save sketch.
Load background image.
Show software version
Software tab
Splash screen
The splash screen is displayed when a Brio is powered on.
The splash screen background image displays the Brio identifier (IP address, hostname, or DNS name)
for the Brio, the current meeting password (if set), network information to help you connect to Brio,
and an optional message (if defined).
The splash screen contents can be changed by an administrator.
To use the Meeting Manager on the web, you must connect a device with a browser to Brio.
Normal web page conventions are used throughout the Meeting Manager. This
document assumes you are familiar with these concepts.
Any of the following web browsers can be used with Brio:
Only the latest of each version is supported.
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Internet Explorer, version 9.x, 10.x, and 11.x.
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Firefox
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Chrome
Safari
The latest version is unavailable for Windows.
Access the Meeting Manager
You can connect to the Meeting Manager on the web using a browser-capable device; or you can
connect on a touch display using the touch control.
If security is enabled for the Meeting Manager, a password is required to access the Meeting Manager.
Refer to Security (page 31).
Access using a Touch Display
Tap the touch control icon
.
Access using a Wired Connection (Enterprise)
1. Connect your browser-capable device to the same wired LAN and subnet as Brio.
2. From a browser, type the Brio IP address/meeting or the DNS name/meeting (for example,
10.10.110.73/meeting or http://Brio73/meeting) in your web browser address field.
Access by Wiring Directly to Brio (Enterprise)
1. Using an Ethernet switch, connect your browser-capable device to the Network 1 connector on the
Brio.
2. From a browser, type the Brio IP address/meeting or the DNS name/meeting (for example,
10.10.110.73/meeting or http://Brio73/meeting) in your web browser address field.
Access using a Wireless Connection
1. From your wireless device, connect to the same network and subnet as the Brio unit.
2. From a browser, type the Brio IP address/meeting or the DNS name/meeting (for example,
10.10.110.73/meeting or http://Brio73/meeting) in your web browser address field.
Presentation Area for the Web Meeting Manager
In the web Meeting Manager, up to five sources can be displayed in the presentation area. This
example shows three sources on a Brio with two output displays (A and B).
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The presentation area displays sources as follows:
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When hosting a meeting, the content on Output A (the area outlined in green) is shared with
the attendees that have one display connected to Brio. If the attendees have two displays
connected to their Brio, all the content is shared.
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Sources can be moved to different positions in the presentation area by reordering the sources
in your source list.
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When the whiteboard is active, the source displayed on Output A is moved to the Output B (if
two outputs are connected).
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By default, the display connected to the Output A connector is your primary output. You can
change this to Output B by selecting Output B as your primary output.
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You can require a preview of sources before displaying them in the presentation area by
clearing the Auto-show check box.
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Start Collaborating
Add the sources for your presentation and start collaborating.
Connect to Brio
The steps to connect a device to Brio depend on the type of device you are connecting. Once a device
is connected, it is displayed in the source list. The splash screen is displayed when Brio is powered
on. It provides the basic steps to connect to Brio.
Brio supports various operating systems and devices manufactured by multiple manufacturers, refer
to your device’s user documentation.
When Brio Team or Team+ is using a WAP, the Wi-Fi maximum connections icon
is displayed
on the lower right of the Brio displays if all connections are in use. Additional connections cannot be
made when this icon is visible.
For additional help connecting sources to Brio from the web Meeting Manager, select How to connect
from Help or type Brio’s IP address or Brio’s DNS name (for example, 10.10.30.149 or
http://Brio149) in your web browser address field. The How to connect page provides help for
connecting sources using various operating systems. Brio automatically detects the operating system
for your device. Additionally, the How to Connect page provides links for the management tools for
administrators. Administrators can access Meeting Manager, Brio Administrator, and System Settings.
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Connect DVI Sources (Brio Team+ and Brio Enterprise)
Connect DVI sources to the Input A or Input B
connectors.
Connect the other end of the cable to the source.
Connect power to the source.
Windows OS Sources
To connect Windows-based sources on your network to Brio, connect using Brio Screen Projector or
Microsoft Network Projector.
Connect with Brio Screen Projector (Windows 7 and 8)
1.
Download Brio Screen Projector from the How to
Connect page.
Only users with administrative privileges
can install Brio Screen Projector.
2.
Select BrioScreenProjectorSetup.exe to start the
install wizard, and then follow the prompts.
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3.
Launch Brio Screen Projector.
4.
Type the IP address or the DNS (Domain Name System)
name (if provided by your administrator) of the Brio you
want to connect to, and then select
with audio muted, or select
to start
to start with
audio.
5.
If Brio is secured, enter the Brio password and select
Enter.
When started, the Brio name is displayed in this field and
in the list. You can use the list to select a Brio after
entering its IP address or DNS name once.
If you started Brio Screen Projector with audio muted,
the dialog is minimized; if you started with audio, use
the slider bar to adjust the volume.
Make sure audio is enabled for this

6.
source in the Meeting Manager.
To disconnect, select Stop.
Network Projection
Microsoft’s Network Projection is provided with Windows 7 and higher. You may need to activate it.
To use Network Projection, you must allow an exception for network projection to your Windows
firewall or turn off your firewall.
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Only users with administrative privileges can activate Network Projection.
If a Network Projector dialog is open when security is activated on a Brio, close the dialog and restart
Network Projector to connect to Brio.
Network Projection is not designed for full motion video. It does not refresh fast enough for video and
does not support audio. It is better suited for spreadsheets, PowerPoint, and documents or still
images. Use Brio Screen Projector for full motion video.
Activating Network Projection for Windows 8 and 8.1 OS
1. In the Windows control panel, in the Programs and Features section (Control Panel 
Programs  Programs and Features), click Turn Windows features on or off.
2. Scroll to Network Projection, select it, and click OK.
For easy access, right-click on the file name and choose pin to taskbar.
Activating Network Projection for Windows 7 OS
1. Click Start.
2. In the search box, type Connect to a Network Projector.
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3. In the list of results, click Connect to a Network Projector.
Connect with Network Projector (Windows 7, 8, and 8.1)
1.
With your device connected to the local
network with a wired or wireless Ethernet
connection, launch Windows Network
Projector on the source you want to connect
to Brio.
2.
Select Enter the projector network
address.
If your network supports
multicasting, you can search for
the Brio you want to connect to.
The Brio units are listed by name.
3.
Type the network projector address you
want to connect to using the following
format:
http://IP address/LAN
(where IP address is the IP
address of the Brio you want to
connect to)
4.
Optionally, if security has been set on the
Brio, type the password used to secure the
Brio.
5.
Select Connect.
Apple
Wired connection:
1.
Connect your Apple device to Brio using an Apple
Digital AV adapter and a cable with a DVI
connector.
 The Apple adapter may vary for
different versions of the Apple
devices. If you have problems
connecting, check if your device
requires a dual-link DVI connector.
2.
Connect the DVI connector to the Input A or Input
B connector on Brio.
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Wireless connection:
When Brio Team or Brio Team+ is
using a WAP, the Wi-Fi maximum
connections icon
is displayed on
the lower right of the Brio displays if all
connections are in use. Additional
connections cannot be made when this
icon is visible.
1.
Connect your iOS or OS X device to the same WiFi network as Brio.
2.
Turn on AirPlay as follows:
The AirPlay icon is not visible in
the iOS interface unless an AirPlay
 compatible receiver such as Brio is
present on the same network.
To use AirPlay Mirroring, you need
the following:


iPhone 4s or later

iPad 2 or later

iPad mini or later

iPod touch (fifth generation)

Apple TV (second or third
generation)
AirPlay for iOS 7 and iOS8
a.
From the main Home screen, swipe up from the
bottom of the screen to access the Control Center.
b.
Tap the AirPlay icon
c.
In the AirPlay device list, tap the name of your
Brio.
d.
To optionally turn on mirroring, toggle the
Mirroring slider to ON (green).
e.
To close the control center:
f.
.

For iPhones, to close the Control Center
tap Done and swipe down.

For iPads, tap anywhere outside the
AirPlay device list, and then swipe down.
When finished using AirPlay:

Select your device from the list of AirPlay
devices.
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AirPlay for iOS 6
1.
To open the multitasking bar, double tap the home
button.
2.
Swipe the multitasking bar twice from left to right
until you see the AirPlay icon
.
3.
Tap the AirPlay icon.
4.
To activate AirPlay, select your Brio.
5.
Optionally, to turn on mirroring, toggle the
Mirroring slider to ON.
Mirroring is not available when your device is
connected to a video adapter.
6.
When finished using AirPlay:

For iPhones, to close the multitasking bar, tap
Done and tap the home button.

For iPads, to close the multitasking bar, tap
anywhere outside the AirPlay device list, and
then tap the home button.
AirPlay for OS X (Mountain Lion and up)
a.
To share your screen, select the AirPlay icon
from the menu bar; or to share your
iTunes media, select the AirPlay icon on
iTunes.
Apple does not support
 desktop mirroring when
iTunes is open.
b.
To activate AirPlay, select your Brio.
c.
Optionally, to activate mirroring check Mirror
Built-in Display.
d.
When finished using AirPlay, select
Disconnect AirPlay Display.
Android
The Wi-Fi maximum connections icon
is displayed on the lower right of the Brio
displays if all connections are in use. Additional connections cannot be made when this icon
is visible.
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Android OS version 5.0 (and later)
1. From Google Play on your Android device, download Christie Brio Screen Projector.
2. Connect your device to the same Wi-Fi as Brio.
3. Launch the app.
4. Select the Brio from the list, enter the IP address of the Brio, or enter the FQDN (Fully
Qualified Domain Name) you want to connect to and then select Start.
A FQDN is the complete domain name for a specific computer, or host, on the Internet. The
FQDN consists of two parts: the hostname and the domain name (for example mybrio.company.int.
5. To disconnect, select Stop.
Whiteboarding and Annotating
A HID compliant multi-touch display is required for the Brio whiteboard and annotation mode. If using
one display, the display must be connected to the Output A connector and to the USB port labeled #3
on the Brio prior to powering on the Brio.
The Meeting Manager is used to sketch and annotate on touch displays. Annotation is visible on touch
displays only.
To join an active whiteboard session from any personal device, the personal device must have a
mouse or be a touch-enabled device. When whiteboarding mode is active, you sketch on a white
background. When annotating mode is active, you sketch over a background (either a saved
whiteboard background image or a source). Annotation is only available on your primary output. If a
source has annotation and is moved to the secondary output, the annotation is hidden while the
source is on the secondary output.
The Touch Control has various states as shown below. The touch Meeting Manager is displayed on the
primary output when you tap the Touch Control.
Whiteboard tools are available for sketching over a white background or a previously loaded
background image on the whiteboard.
Annotation tools are available for sketching over a source or the splash screen.
Current annotation is hidden and the annotation tools are unavailable.
A problem has been detected. Open the web Meeting Manager for more information.
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To open the Touch Control menu, tap on the Touch Control. To close the Touch Control menu, tap on
the Touch Control or any other area outside the Touch Control menu.
The Touch Control can be positioned in any corner of the touch display. To change its position, select
the reposition icon
. To change the state of the Touch Control, flick it up or down (touch, move up
or down, and release).
The flick direction (up or down) depends on the location of the Touch Control. Flick down when the
control is positioned in the upper right or upper left, flick up when the control is positioned in the
lower right or lower left.
To change between whiteboard sketching and annotation, toggle between
(annotation). The default setting is annotation.
(whiteboard) and
The menu automatically hides when a tool is selected; or if there is no interaction with it the menu, it
automatically hides after 30 seconds.
Dialogs displayed on a touch display can be closed by tapping any area on the display outside the
dialog.
Brio Whiteboarding
The Brio whiteboard requires a touch display connected to a Brio. To start the Brio whiteboard:
To begin a whiteboard session, from the web
Meeting Manager, select Start. The whiteboard
session is started on your touch display.
To open the menu, from the touch Meeting
Manager, tap
whiteboard.
. Tap
to toggle to
Web Whiteboarding
You can collaborate with a current Brio whiteboard using a personal device connected to the same
network as the Brio. The personal device must have a mouse or be a touch-enabled device.
When you want to collaborate with a whiteboard session
on your personal device, from the web Meeting
Manager, select Join.
 If a whiteboard session is not started,
select Start and then Join.
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Sketching/Annotation
To start sketching on a whiteboard, tap
to turn the
background to a whiteboard.
To start annotating a
background or source,
tap
to turn the
background transparent.
Select the pen icon.
Select the pen thickness.
Select the color.
To erase from the current sketch on the whiteboard:
Select the eraser icon.
To load a previously saved sketch or a background
image (.gif, .bmp, .jpeg, .jpg, or .png), tap
on the
Brio whiteboard, select a sketch, and then tap
.
 Background image files must not be
larger than 4 MB.
 To load a sketch or background image
from a flash drive, the sketch cannot
be in a folder.
If you have more than one page of images saved, to
view additional images, use the
From web whiteboard, select
and
buttons.
and load the sketch
using the method for your personal device.
To save a snapshot of your whiteboard, from the Brio
whiteboard, tap
.
If you have a flash drive connected to Brio, your sketch
is saved on the flash drive.
If you do not have a flash drive connected to Brio, the
sketch is saved to local memory in the Brio unit. To
browse the saved sketches, tap
.
From the web whiteboard on a personal device, select
and save the sketch using the method for your
personal device.
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To clear a sketch/annotation, tap
.
Annotation is only cleared on the primary output. To
clear annotation from other sources, move the source to
the primary output.
To delete a saved sketch (Brio whiteboard only):
1.
Select
.
2.
Select the sketch you want to delete.
3.
Tap
4.
Respond to the confirmation prompt.
.
To undo the last action, select
.
To redo the previously undone action, select
.
To end your Brio whiteboard session, do one of the
following:

To save your sketch, tap
first.
 From the Meeting Manager, select End.
 From the touch menu, tap
.
 From the web whiteboard, select
.
Security
Securing Brio prevents unauthorized devices from connecting to it and it also limits access to the
Meeting Manager.
When Brio is secured, share this password with users who need to view the Meeting Manager or share
sources in a meeting. When attempts are made to view the Meeting Manager or connect sources,
users are prompted for the password.
When a secure session is started or ended, all sources (except DVI sources) are disconnected.
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1.
2.
To secure the Brio, do one of the following:

From the web Meeting Manager, click Security.

From the touch Meeting Manager, tap
.
From the web Meeting Manager, type a password (a
minimum of four characters) or select Generate
password, enter the duration to secure the Meeting
Manager, and then click Start.
The Meeting Manager is secured and a timer is activated
for the duration.
 The Duration field is unavailable if the
Enable persistent security check box is
selected on the System Settings page.
From the touch Meeting Manager, the password
is generated automatically and it is displayed.
3.
To end security, do one of the following:
 From the web Meeting Manager, click End
Security.
 From the touch Meeting Manager, tap
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Source List
From the source list, you can rearrange the sources and use the buttons and check boxes as follows:
On touch displays, many of these buttons are available by double tapping.
Auto-show
Select to automatically show the source in the presentation area when the source
is connected to Brio. Clear to disable automatic preview.
Use numbers
Select to display the source numbers on the sources in the presentation area.
(web Meeting
Clear to remove the source numbers from the sources in the presentation area.
Manager
only)
Duplicate
Select to duplicate source #1 on both outputs.
 When this feature is active, the Brio whiteboard is unavailable.
 If the source is hidden (using the show/hide button), this feature is
unavailable.
 If this feature is enabled and #1 source is hidden after the feature is enabled,
the background for the Brio is displayed.
Show/Hide
Toggle to display the source on the presentation area or remove it from the
presentation area.
Audio
Toggle to turn audio on or off for a source. Audio is automatically turned off
when a source is connected unless the Audio setting in System Settings is
enabled (refer to General Tab, page 44). If this setting is enabled, audio is
automatically turned on for the source in position #1. When a source with audio
is in position #1, audio to other sources is muted. Volume is controlled at the
source (or at your sound system).
When attending a multisite meeting, mute the audio from your sources if you are
not the presenter.

If you are presenting (sharing your presentation area) and mute your audio,
audio is muted for all meeting attendees.
Disconnect
Disconnect the source from Brio and remove the source from the list.

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Reorder the Sources
Use the Row Reorder ( ) icon to drag and drop the sources within the source list and rearrange them
on the outputs. Additionally, on touch displays, swipe a source to move it to another display (this is
not supported when whiteboard is active). The position of the source within the list determines its
location on the outputs. In the web Meeting Manager, if you have Use numbers selected, the source
number is displayed in the presentation area. These numbers are useful when organizing your
presentation when using the web Meeting Manager.
Preview your Sources
When sources are connected to Brio, they are automatically displayed on the outputs unless you have
elected to preview them first.
To preview sources before they are displayed on the outputs:
Clear the Auto-show check box.
Connect a source to Brio.
Refer to Connect to Brio, page 21.
View the source in the thumbnail.
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Click the Show/Hide button to display the source on
the outputs.
Select your Primary Output
This feature is only available using the web Meeting Manager with a Brio with two output displays
when not in a meeting.
Depending on your preferences, you can select the display connected to Output A or Output B as your
primary output. The primary output displays the #1 source from the source list. The other display tiles
any additional sources.
To change your primary output, use the Select primary buttons.
The whiteboard and the Touch Control are always displayed on the primary output.
Meetings
You can start a meeting with local attendees or a multisite meeting (license required) with other Brio
locations. Whoever starts the meeting is the meeting host. In a multisite meeting, the host can add or
remove meeting attendees and ask attendees to be meeting presenters.
When attending a meeting, the whiteboard is shared with all attendees and all attendees can interact
with the whiteboard.
Help
In the web Meeting Manager, select Help on the main page to access the How to connect page,
access the user guide, restart, or shutdown. The restart option reboots the Brio and the shutdown
option powers off the Brio.
Address Book
Your address book contains the contact information for other Brio units. Use this contact information
to invite attendees to meetings.
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Add an address to your address book
This feature is only available using the web Meeting Manager and if your Brio is licensed for multisite
meetings.
From the web Meeting Manager, click
.
Click Add.
To sort the list, click Name or Location.
Type a name, location, and IP address for the Brio unit
and click Save.
Names are case sensitive.
If this Brio will attend meetings with other Brios across
the Internet, select the Add NAT Settings, and then add
the Command Channel port that is set on the Network
tab.
Delete or Edit an Address in your Address Book
This feature is only available using the web Meeting Manager and if your Brio is licensed for multisite
meetings.
From the web Meeting Manager, click Address Book.
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To delete a Brio, select the
next to the Brio you
want to delete and respond to the confirmation prompt.
To edit a Brio, select the
next to the Brio you want
to edit, make your changes, and select Save.
Start a Meeting
When you start a multisite meeting, you are the presenter until you give another attendee permission
to share their presentation. The presenter’s whiteboard is shared with all meeting attendees. When a
meeting is started, the sharing icon ( ) is displayed on all Brios in the meeting.
During a multisite meeting, the whiteboard is a collaborative tool for all attendees. All attendees can
start or end a whiteboard session, sketch, load images on the whiteboard, and use all available
whiteboard tools. At the end of the meeting, the whiteboard for all attendees is returned to its state
before the meeting started.
To invite other Brios to a multisite meeting, do one of the following:
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From the web Meeting Manager:
1.
Click Start.
2.
Select the attendees you want to invite, and then
select Start.
In web Meeting Manager, click
Name or Location to sort the list.

From the touch Meeting Manager:
1.
Tap
.
2.
Tap the attendees you want to invite (the check
box is updated), and then tap
.
The status for the meeting is updated as responses are
received.
Host of meeting
Attendee accepted invite
Attendee declined invite
Attendee has not responded
Attendee is currently
presenting in the meeting
Brio is not licensed for
multisite meetings
Brio is disconnected
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To add or remove attendees, do one of the following:

From the web Meeting Manager, click
.

From the touch Meeting Manager, tap
.
To ask an attendee to be a presenter, select the
transfer icon.
Join a Meeting
When you are invited to a meeting, you receive a meeting request through the Meeting Manager. You
can join the meeting or decline the request.
When you join the meeting, the presenter’s whiteboard is shared with all meeting attendees. When
attending a meeting, the whiteboard is a collaborative whiteboard. All attendees can contribute to the
whiteboard by sketching, loading a saved sketch, undo/redo changes to the sketch, and so on.
When the meeting is ended, all attendees have their own whiteboard.
To join a meeting after you have received an invitation, do one of the following:
To accept the invitation, from the web Meeting
Manager, click Yes.
From the touch Meeting manager, tap
Tap
.
.
Tap the check box associated with the request and
then tap
.
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Share Presentation Area
When hosting a meeting, you can invite another Brio to be a presenter and share its presentation
area. If attending a meeting, you can send a request to the host asking to be the presenter and share
your presentation area.
When a Brio is using NAT for multisite meetings over the Internet, changing presenters
is unavailable.
The host manages the sharing of the presentation area with other attendees. The attendee who is
presenting is highlighted in the Meeting in Progress list with the presenter icon
illustrates sharing the presentation area.
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Attendee Requests to be Presenter
To send a request to the meeting host to ask to be the presenter, do
one of the following:
From the web Meeting Manager, click
. Respond to the
confirmation prompt.
From the touch Meeting Manager, tap
.
If the host accepts your request, your presentation area is shared
with the meeting attendees.
If you want to quit presenting. Click
and respond OK to the
confirmation dialog. The meeting attendees see the presentation
area of the meeting host.
Host Requests an Attendee to be Presenter
To send a request to an attendee to be the presenter,
click
.
The host selects an attendee from the list of meeting
attendees, and then clicks Change Presenter.
The attendee receives a request from the host.
If the attendee accepts the request, their presentation
area is shared with the other attendees including the
host.
Host Requests to be Presenter
If the host wants to share the presentation area or end
sharing by another presenter, the host selects
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The host selects the host’s Brio name from the address
book, and then selects Change Presenter.
The host’s presentation area is shared.
End/Exit a Meeting
From the web Meeting Manager, to end the meeting you are
hosting, click
.
If you are the host, the meeting is ended for all attendees.
From the web Meeting Manager, to leave a meeting you are
attending, click
.
From the touch menu, tap
. If you are the host, the
meeting ends for all attendees.
If you are attending the meeting, you are no longer
connected to the meeting, but the meeting continues.
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Administration
The administrator uses a secure page to administer Brio. Additionally, the administrator can use the
Brio Administrator to update multiple Brios. Refer to Brio Administrator, page 59.
Changes to the settings should not be made when the Brio is attending a meeting. Some changes
require a system restart.
System Settings Page
The System Settings page is accessed by typing the following in the address bar of your browser:
IP address/admin (for example, 10.10.30.143/admin)
The default password for this page is admin. As an administrator, you should change this password
for security purposes.
The System Settings page is used by administrators to do the following:

Change the default administrator password.

Set the system settings.

Set the splash screen settings.

Update software version.

Set the security settings.

Select the language for the System Settings page and the Meeting Manager.

Show details for source network connectivity problems.
General Tab
Use this tab to view or set general settings for Brio. Additionally, you can set the settings for the
splash screen.
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Language
Language Selector
Selects the language for the System Settings page and the Meeting
Manager.
General Settings
Model
Displays Brio model (Team, Team+, or Enterprise).
Serial #
Displays the serial number assigned during manufacturing.
Current resolution
Displays the current resolution and BPP (Bits per Pixel) for the outputs.
Name
User-defined name (up to 20 characters) for Brio.
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Location
User-defined location for the unit.
Brio Touch Control Visibility
Sets the opacity for the Touch Control on the outputs.
Output Resolution
Applies the selected resolution to the outputs. The default is Auto Detect.
Number of Outputs
Specifies the number of connected outputs if the output resolution is not
set to Auto Detect. The selected resolution is used for all connected
outputs.
This field is unavailable if the Output Resolution is set to Auto Detect.
Toggle Touch Mapping
Toggles the touch responses from the current touch display to the other
display.
Display language
Sets the language displayed on the splash screen and the Brio whiteboard.
This language can be different than the language for the
Meeting Manager.
Source Network Notifications
When selected, displays the details for connectivity problems with sources.
If not selected and a connectivity problem is detected with a source, the
connectivity icon
is displayed.
Audio Settings
Always enable audio for source #1
When selected, enables audio for the source in position 1.
Audio Output Device
Sets the audio source for Brio. Audio can originate from the audio port
(Line Out) on Brio or either output if the outputs support audio.
Brio Output Volume
Sets the fixed volume for audio. The volume can be adjusted at the
speakers.
Background Settings
Background selector: Default
Displays the splash screen that provides getting started information in the
selected language. When this setting is selected, you have the option to
upload a logo (or other image) to display on the splash screen. Valid file
formats are .gif, .bmp, .jpeg, .jpg, or .png. The maximum image display
size is 300 pixels by 300 pixels.
As this information is most useful at startup, when you add more than two
sources the image is hidden and a black background is displayed. The
splash screen is redisplayed when you remove the sources.
Background selector: Image
Sets a background image for the presentation area and the displays
connected to the Brio. Valid file formats are .gif, .bmp, .jpeg, .jpg, or .png.
When using two displays, the background image should match the
combined resolution of the two displays.
Background image files should be no larger than 4 MB.
Background selector: Color
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Splash Screen Information
Network displayed
Sets the network (Brio WAP, Client WAP, or Wired) displayed on the splash
screen. The information associated with this network is displayed to help
users connect to Brio. The network types available vary with the Brio
models.
Brio WAP
Internal WAP (Brio Team and Brio Team+ only).
Wi-Fi Client
Wireless network used to connect to Brio.
Wired
SSID Name
Identifies the network used to connect
devices to Brio. This field is
automatically populated with the
network name selected on the
Network tab. This name is displayed
on the Splash Screen.
Network
Password
Identifies the password for the
network. This field is automatically
populated with the network name
selected on the Network tab. This
password is displayed on the Splash
Screen.
Wired network used to connect to Brio.
Guest Message
Headline
Sets a title for administrator message (up to 30 characters) that is
displayed on the splash page. This is optional.
Message
Sets the user-defined message (up to 4 lines of 45 characters). This
message is displayed on the splash page when the splash screen
background is active. This is optional.
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Network Tab
Use this tab to view or set network settings for Brio. The fields on this page differ for the option you
select and for the different Brio models.
The settings associated with the network 1 connector are set on the Network 1 tab. The settings
associated with the network 2 connector are set on the Network 2 tab. The Network 2 tab is
unavailable if a cable is not plugged into the network 2 connector. The Network 2 tab is only available
on Brio Enterprise models. The Network 2 tab provides an alternative network to connect to Brio. The
Splash Screen Information on the General Tab is used to display the settings associated with either
network on the Splash Screen.
The settings associated with the wireless connection (WAP) are set on the Wireless tab.
NAT (Network Address Translation) settings need to be set when a Brio will attend multisite meetings
with Brios over the Internet.
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NAT Settings on Brio Enterprise Network Tab
Brio Team and Team+ Network Tab
Network Performance Settings
Network Performance settings has two tabs: Meeting and Brio Screen Projector.
The Meeting tab is only available for Brios licensed for multisite meetings. The Meeting tab has three
options:

Adaptive Streaming

Basic

Advanced
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The Brio Screen Projector tab is used to set the encode bit rate and the protocol used for Brio Screen
Projector.
Network Settings
LAN Settings
Network 1 and Network 2 Tabs
Manual
Enables input of the LAN (Local Area Network) settings.
DHCP
Uses DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) to obtain the LAN settings
automatically.
To avoid changes to the IP addresses, use static IP addresses.
This also prevents having to update your address book due to
changes in IP addresses.
IPv4 address
Used to set the IP (Internet Protocol) address for the unit (version 4). The valid format
is: nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn.
The factory default is set to DHCP. If DHCP is not available, the factory default IP
address is 192.168.1.100. For units with a wireless access point, the default address is
192.168.173.1.
Default Gateway
Used to set Brio on the network that the network software uses when an IP address
does not match any other routes in the routing table.
Subnet Mask
Used to set the subnet mask for the network address.
DNS Server
Used to set the DNS server for resolving domain names.
Use custom Domain
Name
Select to enable the use of a fully qualified domain name to access Brio (for example;
http://Brio73.domain.int. When selected, enter the DNS name created by your network
administrator. This name is displayed on the Splash Screen and can be used in a
browser to access Brio.
MAC Address
Displays the MAC address for Brio.
Hostname
Displays the hostname for Brio.
Brio WAP
Used to set the settings (Name, Password, and Channel) for the internal wireless
access point (WAP). When selected, this network is used to connect devices to Brio.
See WAP Connection (Team and Team+) (page 55) for important details.
Wireless Tab (Brio Team and Brio Team+ only)
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Wi-Fi Client
Used to set the settings for your wireless client. When selected, this network is used to
connect devices to Brio.
When this option is selected, the Brio WAP is disabled.
Off
Choose a network
Available when Wi-Fi Client is selected. Used to select a
wireless network from a list of available networks. When
selected, this network is used to connect devices to Brio. If a
user name and/or password are associated with this network,
prompts are displayed.
Add a network
Available when Wi-Fi Client is selected. Sets the name of the
new network being added.
Security
Used to select the type of security for the network being
added. Choices are:

Open

WPA/WPA2 – requires a password
Password
Sets the password for the selected network or the network
being added. The password must be at least 8 characters.
Default password: brioadmin
Connect
Select to connect to the selected network.
Used to turn off wireless access to Brio.
When this option is selected on Brio Team or Brio Team+ units, the unit has
to be connected to a network using an Ethernet cable connected to the
Network 1 connector. This mode is not a standard operating mode and is
intended to be used for service only.
Network Performance Settings
Meeting Tab
Adaptive Streaming
Automatically detects the optimum settings for a meeting based on current network
performance.
Basic
Use the slider bar to adjust your network settings for better performance during
multisite meetings. A lower setting reduces video quality and improves the network
performance. This is the default setting.
Advanced
Manually select the network settings to optimize performance during multisite
meetings.
Encode Bit Rate
Bit rate per second for encoding sources from the presenter
during meetings. Valid options are: 1024, 2048, 3072, and
4096. Default value: 2048.
Meeting Frame
Rate
Frames displayed per second during a meeting. Valid options
are: 15 or 30. Default value: 15.
MTU Size
Maximum Transmission Unit size, which is the maximum
size (in bytes) for a single data packet on the network.
Larger packets decrease the bit rate. Valid values are: 1250,
1300, 1350, 1400, and 1450. Default value: 1250.
Protocol
Protocol used by attendees (audience viewing a presentation
presented by another Brio) during multisite meetings: UDP
(User Datagram Protocol) or TCP (Transmission Control
Protocol). UDP increases speed but can cause pixilation. TCP
can increase reliability. UDP is the default.
Note:
The setting for each Brio only impacts the
associated outputs on that Brio.
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Brio Screen Projector Tab
Encode Bit Rate
Bit rate per second for encoding Brio Screen Projector sources. Valid options are: 1024,
2048, 3072, and 4096. Default value: 2048.
Protocol
Protocol used for Brio Screen Projector: UDP (User Datagram Protocol) or TCP
(Transmission Control Protocol). UDP increases speed but can cause pixilation. TCP can
increase reliability. Default value: UDP.
NAT (Network Address Translation) Settings
IP address
Command Channel
Control (RTSP)
Output A (RTP)
Output A (RTCP)
Output B (RTP)
Output B (RTCP)
Audio (RTP)
Audio (RTCP)
Internal
IP address used by Brios on the same LAN to communicate with this
Brio. This is set on the Network 1 or Network 2 tab.
External
IP address used by Brios to communicate with this Brio over the
Internet.
Internal
The port used by Brios on the same LAN to communicate with this Brio.
Set to 5671. Not configurable.
External
The port used by Brios to communicate with this Brio over the Internet.
This port is used in the NAT address book settings. Default value: 5671.
Internal
The port used by Brios on the same LAN to send/receive RTSP streams.
Set to 554. Not configurable.
External
The port used by Brios to send/receive RTSP streams to this Brio over
the Internet. Default value: 554.
Internal
The port used by Brios on the same LAN to send/receive RTP streams on
output A. Set to 15000. Not configurable.
External
The port used by Brios to send/receive RTP streams to this Brio over the
Internet. Default value: 15000.
Internal
The port used by Brios on the same LAN to send/receive RTCP streams
over output A. Set to 15001. Not configurable.
External
The port used by Brios to send/receive RTCP streams over output A to
this Brio over the Internet. Default value: 15001.
Internal
The port used by Brios on the same LAN to send/receive RTP streams on
output B. Set to 15002. Not configurable.
External
The port is used by Brios to send/receive RTP streams over output B to
this Brio over the Internet. Default value: 15002.
Internal
The port is used by Brios on the same LAN to send/receive RTCP streams
on output B. Set to 15003. Not configurable.
External
The port is used by Brios to send/receive RTCP streams over output B to
this Brio over the Internet. Default value: 15003.
Internal
The port is used by Brios on the same LAN to send/receive audio for RTP
streams. Set to 15004. Not configurable.
External
The port is used by Brios to send/receive audio for RTP streams to/from
this Brio over the Internet. Default value: 15004.
Internal
The port is used by Brios on the same LAN to send/receive audio for
RTCP streams. Set to 15005. Not configurable.
External
The port is used by Brios on different VLANs to send/receive audio for
RTCP streams to/from this Brio over the Internet. Default value: 15004.
Connect Brio to a Network
Use the network settings on the Network tab to connect Brio to the network.
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Brio Team and Team+ models can be connected to your wireless network using the wireless option on
the Wireless tab. Optionally, Brio Team and Team+ models have an internal WAP. This creates an
isolated network for Brio. Devices need to connect to this WAP to connect to Brio.
The Brio WAP is intended for environments where wireless support for personal devices is not
available. In environments where wireless networks for personal devices already exist, configure
Brio as a Wi-Fi client. Connect as Wireless.
Brio Enterprise is connected to your network using an Ethernet cable connected to the Network 1
connector. The setting for this connection are set on the Network 1 tab. To host or attend a multisite
meeting, use the network associated with the Network 1 connector. Optionally, Brio Enterprise can be
connected to a second network using an Ethernet cable connected to the Network 2 connector. The
settings for this connection are set on the Network 2 tab. If this optional network is set up, users
connected to either network can share sources.
If Brio is connected to two networks, the networks must be on different subnets.
Network Bandwidth Usage
The table below shows the network usage by Brio with different sources or activities. The network
usage is stated as Kilobytes per second.
Activity
Minimum (static content) KiB/s
Maximum (video) KiB/s
1 Meeting Manager (open in Web
Browser)
100
100
1 Brio Screen Projector Windows
15
400
1 Brio Screen Projector Android
15
300
1 Network Projector
2
3000
1 AirPlay
100
800
1 Brio as meeting presenter.
1000
1000
This is per attendee.
Multisite Meeting Network Settings
Brios can collaborate with other Brios when attending multisite meetings. Brios can be connected
using:
 The same Local Area Network (LAN)
 A Network sharing service such as a VPN (Virtual Private Network) or MPLS (Multiprotocol Label
Switching)
 The Internet
Brios connect over the Internet using Network Address Translation (NAT). When connecting over the
Internet, use the external NAT settings. NAT is set up on the Network tab in System Settings (refer to
Network Tab, page 48).
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Wired Connection (Enterprise)
Connect Brio to the network used by meeting participants as follows. Refer to the Splash Screen for
help.
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From the factory, Brio defaults to DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol). However, if a DHCP server is not available, the IP address
defaults to 192.168.1.100. These default settings are displayed when
Brio is powered on.
1. Connect an Ethernet cable to the Network 1 connector (supports 1000BASE-T Ethernet) on the
back of the unit.
2.
Connect the other end to your LAN.
The network switch must be a 10/1000 Gigabit network switch. Enabling
multicast on the switch is recommended to enable search capability for Network
Projector and AirPlay.
3.
Using the Brio System Settings, assign an IP address to communicate with your network or enable
DHCP.
To avoid changes to the IP addresses, use static IP addresses.
WAP Connection (Team and Team+)
The WAP connection uses the wireless card in Brio Team and Brio Team+. It creates an isolated
network and meetings with other Brios are not supported.
Due to technical limitations, the WAP supports up to seven connections, with a maximum of five
sources. The two additional connections can be used for Brio web user interface connections. When
the maximum number of connections are active, the Wi-Fi maximum connections icon
is displayed
in the lower right of the Brio display. This notifies users that no additional connections are available.
The password for the WAP will be remembered by most devices.
Setting Brio security does not secure the WAP, the WAP password set on the Network tab secures the
WAP.
If a device that was previously connected to the WAP is in connectivity range of the Brio’s WAP
network, the device could connect to the WAP automatically using one of the seven connections. This
connection would only be to the WAP and not be shown as a Brio source in Meeting Manager. Only
devices that are connected as sharing devices (sources) using Brio Screen Projector, AirPlay, or
Network Projector are displayed in the Meeting Manager.
To avoid unexpected devices automatically connecting to the WAP:

Change the password for the WAP on the Network tab.

Turn off Wi-Fi on devices that you do not want to connect to the WAP.
The default channel for the WAP is 11. Prior to setting up the WAP, it is best to use a wireless
scanning tool to scan for the optimum channel setting.
If six or more WAP connections are active, and the system detects a connection that is not a source or
a Brio web interface connection, that connection is disconnected and blocked from reconnecting for
one minute. This timeout enables other devices to connect.
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The WAP is used to connect wireless devices to Brio. To modify the settings for the WAP:
1. From your wireless device, connect to Brio’s WAP as follows:
Name: Brio name (set on the General tab in System Settings, for example, Brio-F7B64B).
Password: brioadmin
2. From a browser, type 192.168.173.1 (default IP address for Brio Team and Team+ units) in your
web browser address field.
3. Use the Brio’s WAP settings on the Wireless tab to assign a new name and password for your
Brio’s WAP. Refer to Network Tab, page 48.
4. Optionally, in the Splash Screen Settings on the General tab on the System Settings page, assign
the WAP as your primary network for the Splash Screen Settings (refer to the General Tab, page
44).
The Brio WAP is intended for environments where wireless support for personal devices is not
available. In environments where wireless networks for personal devices already exist, configure
Brio as a WLAN client. Connect as Wireless.
Wi-Fi Client Connection (Team and Team+)
The wireless card in Brio can be used to connect Brio to your wireless access point.
1. On the Wireless tab in Network Settings, click Wi-Fi Client.
2. Do one of the following:

Click Choose a network, select a network from the list, and enter the password associated
with the network.

Click Add a network, enter the network name, select the security type associated with the
network, and enter the password associated with the network.
3. Click Connect.
Software Tab
Administrators use this tab to view or update the software and firmware versions and software
licensing options.
Before starting a software update, verify no multisite meetings are in progress.
During a software update, ensure power is reliably applied to the unit during the entire process.
Failure to do this may cause problems with the software and possibly make the Brio inoperable.
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Software Tab for Enterprise
Your Settings
License Settings
Displays the current license (Basic or Multisite) and date the license was
enabled.
Software version
Displays the current software version.
Firmware version
Displays the current firmware version for Brio Team+ and Brio Enterprise.
Check for updates
For Brio Enterprise, automatically checks for updates for software and
firmware.
Click Check for updates and respond to the prompts. If an update is
started, a progress bar displays the status of the update.
The Brio has to be connected to the Internet and port 21
must be open.
Manual Updates (offline)
Update from USB on Brio
Brio Team and Brio Team+
To manually update the software version and download the latest customer
documents:
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Download the latest software and related documents to a USB drive
from www.updatebrio.com.
2.
Connect a device to the Brio WAP using the network name and
password displayed on the splash screen (for example, Name: BRIO78FE66 and Password: brioadmin).
3.
Insert the USB drive with the software update into a USB port on Brio.
4.
Select Update from USB on Brio.
5.
Reconnect to the WAP since connectivity is lost when Brio restarts after
the software update.
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Update Software/Firmware
Brio Enterprise
To manually update the software version:
1.
Browse to or drag and drop the .BFW file from your personal device.
2.
Click Apply New Software.
A progress bar displays the status of the update.
6.
Security Tab
Use this tab to set the Admin password that is used to access the System Settings page, to set the
password for security with no expiration time, and to set the options to override the session security.
Session security is set using the Security link on the Meeting Manager. The security options include:

Set security with no expiration time.

Resetting the session security when Brio is restarted (either by using the power button or the
Settings  Restart option on the Meeting Manager).

Resetting the session security when there is no activity on the Brio for a set amount of time.
Activity includes source activity (videos, looping PowerPoint presentations, and so on), no
Network Projectors connected, no Brio Screen Projectors connected, and no meetings in
progress.

Selecting End Security, to end the session security from the Security tab.
Administrative Password
Password
The administrator password for security.
The default password is admin. This password should be changed when the
administrator sets the system settings.
The password must have a minimum of four characters.
Confirm
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Session Password
Set security with no
expiration time
Enables security to be set without a time limit. A password is required to activate
this feature. The password must have a minimum of four characters.
To end security, clear the check box and select Save.
When this option is selected, the other reset security options are not available.
Reset session security on
Brio restart
Overrides the session security when the Brio is restarted.
Reset session security when
inactive for n minutes
Overrides the session security when there is no activity on the Brio for a set amount
of time. If this option is selected, you must enter an inactivity time (n).
Activity includes source activity (videos, looping PowerPoint presentations, and so
on), no Network Projectors connected, no Screen Projectors connected, and no
meetings in progress.
End Security
Click to immediately end session security.
Brio Administrator
Brio Administrator enables administrators to remotely manage multiple Brios using individual
commands. This tool can be used to:
 Find or add Brios on your network. Once available, Brios can be removed from the list of
available Brios in Brio Administrator.
 Update software.
 View Brio status.
 Restart, power off, or power on Brio(s).
When the tool is first used, you need to discover the Brios on your network or add them manually.
When available in Brio Administrator, you can display the detailed status of the selected Brio. When
one or more Brios are selected, use the command icons or list tools to perform the desired action.
Command Icons
Toggle to display or hide the details for the selected Brio. If more than one Brio is
selected, the details for the last selected Brio are displayed.
Restarts, powers off, or powers on the selected Brio(s).
Updates the software on the selected Brio(s).
List Tools
Toggle to expand or collapse list.
Manually adds a Brio to the list.
Deletes a Brio from the list.
Finds Brio(s) on your network.
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When performing certain tasks, such as a software update, you will need the Administrator password
for each Brio. You only need to add it once and it will be available for future tasks. If it is changed,
you will be notified that your stored password is invalid.
Starting Brio Administrator
1. Go to http://www.updatebrio.com to get Brio Administrator (BrioAdministrator.zip).
Optionally, you can download it from the Management tools links on the How To Connect
page.
2. Save the file to your Windows device.
3. Extract the files from the folder and double click on BrioAdminister.exe to run Brio
Administrator.
Discover, Add, or Delete Brios
To administer Brios, you have to discover them on your network or add them manually.
Discovering Brios
1. Connect a device that has Brio Administrator installed to the same network and same VLAN
used by Brios.
Brio Administrator will only discover Brio(s) that are on the same network and VLAN as your device
running Brio Administrator if multicast routing is not configured.
2. To discover Brios, click
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The search starts and a list of Brios found on the network is displayed.
Double click on a Brio in the list to display additional information.
In the list of found Brios, the icons in the Web Links column are hyperlinks to:
Brio Meeting Manager
IP address/meeting
Brio Admin page
IP address/admin
The Online column indicates the current status of each brio:
Online. Available for administration.
Offline. Unavailable for administration.
Adding Brios Manually
1. To add a Brio, click
.
An empty row is added to the list.
2. Enter the IP address in the IP Address to Connect field and click Save.
The additional details for the Brio are auto-populated when Brio is successfully connected.
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Deleting Brios
1. To delete one or more Brios from the Brio Administrator list, select the check box in front of
the Brio name.
2. Repeat for each Brio you want to delete.
3. Click
and confirm the deletion.
Details Command
The details command displays the details for the selected Brio and enables you to set the Admin
password and the IP address to use to connect to the Brio.
1. To display the details, select
.
2. To add or change the IP Address to Connect or the Admin Password, enter the
information and click Save.
Update Software Command
The update software command updates the software on the selected Brio(s). This action requires the
Admin password for each Brio.
1. To enter the password, select the expand icon
.
2. Enter the password in the Admin Password field and click Save.
3. Select the desired Brio(s).
4. To update the software on the selected Brio(s), click
.
5. Browse to the software update file (.bfw).
6. Click Update.
The Last Command status will be updated for each Brio. If the command fails, the reason will be
updated in the Last Command column. If the command succeeds, the software update is completed,
the software version will be updated in the SW Version column.
Power Command
The power command
reboots, powers off, or powers on the selected Brio(s). The reboot and
power off options require the Admin password for each Brio.
When using the power on option, Brio Administrator must be on the same network and VLAN as
your device running Brio Administrator. Powering on Brio(s) uses Wake-on-LAN. To cross VLANs,
subnet directed broadcasts must be implemented on the network.
1. To enter the password, select the expand icon
.
2. Enter the password in the Admin Password field and click Save.
3. Select the desired Brio(s).
4. Click desired power option button.
5. Click associated button (Restart, Shutdown, or Power On).
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Mounting Options
Using an optional mounting kit for Brio Team+ and Brio Enterprise, the unit can be rack mounted,
desk mounted, or mounted behind a monitor.
Regardless of the mounting method chosen, care should be taken to ensure that airflow is
unobstructed at the front and back of the unit. Air flows from the bottom front to the rear
top.
Mount Brio in a Rack
Tools and equipment required: screws (provided), rack mounting bracket (provided), and standard
tool kit.
The unit can be mounted in a standard 19-inch equipment rack using the mounting brackets (ears)
and screws provided in the install kit.
1. Attach the rack mounting brackets to the unit using the 4 small screws (8-32 x 3/8) provided
in the install kit.
1. Rack mounting bracket
2. 8-32 x 3/8 screw
3. Brio
2. Attach the rack mounting brackets to the rack rails using the four large screws (10-32 x ¾)
provided in the install kit.
3. Install additional units following the above steps.
Mount Brio under a Desk
Tools and equipment required: screws (provided in optional bracket kit), mounting brackets
(provided in optional bracket kit), and standard tool kit.
The unit can be mounted under a desk or other flat surface using the optional Under-Desk bracket kit.
1. Attach the mounting brackets to the unit using the four small screws (8-32 x 3/8) provided in
the kit.
1. Rack Ear
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2. Attach the mounting brackets to the underside of the desk using the appropriate hardware.
Mount Brio behind a Monitor
Tools and equipment required: screws (provided in optional bracket kit), mounting brackets
(provided in optional bracket kit), and standard tool kit.
The unit can be mounted behind a monitor using the optional VESA 1 or VESA 2 bracket kit.
Mount Brio using the VESA 1 Kit
1. Attach the bracket to the unit using the four small screws (8-32 x 3/8) provided with the
brackets.
1. Monitor, 100 mm or 200 mm
mounting
2. Mounting bracket
3. 8-32 x 3/8 screw
4. Brio
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2. Attach the bracket to the monitor using the appropriate hardware.
You can re-use the screws that secured the monitor stand.
Mount Brio using the VESA 2 Kit
1. Attach the bracket to the monitor using the stand mounting screws.
2. Attach the bracket to the monitor stand using the appropriate hardware.
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1. Monitor stand
2. Monitor, 100 mm or 200 mm
mounting
3. VESA 2 bracket
4. 8-32 x 3/8 screw
5. Stand mounting screw
6. Brio
3. Attach the unit to the bracket using the four small screws (8-32 x 3/8) provided with the
bracket.
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Cable and Power Connections and Status LED
All of the connections for Brio are on the back of the unit. The connectors vary with the different
models.
The front of the unit has a status LED.
When the LED indicator on the front of the unit is solid green, the unit is ready. The LED flashes when
the unit is powering on.
 All connections to the unit should be connected before powering on the Brio.
The connectors include the following:
Callout
Connector
Label
9
Power Cord
Connector
None
1
Pushbutton
Power Switch
2
Dual
DisplayPort
Female
Connectors
DisplayPort 1
3
DVI-I Video
Female
Connector
(blue)
COM
4
1000BASE-T
Ethernet
Connector
Graphic
Usage
Connects the unit to a power source.
Powers the unit on and off.
Connects displays to Brio.
DisplayPort 2
Only used when working with support personnel.
Otherwise, this connector should not be used.
Connects Brio to the primary network.
The yellow LED is an activity LED that blinks when
there is Ethernet activity.
The green LED is on when a link is established at
1000Mbps. Otherwise it is off.
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Callout
Connector
Label
5
USB
Connectors
V2.0
1
USB
Connectors
V3.0
3
Audio
Connectors
In A (blue)
6
7
Graphic
Usage
Connects USB-compatible devices to the unit.
2
Connects USB-compatible devices to the unit.
4
Connects audio to the unit.
Line Out (green)
In B (pink)
8
Dual DVI-I
Video Female
Connectors
Input A and B
Blue
In A
Connects the audio for the source
connected to the Input A connector on
the unit.
Green
Line Out
Plays audio from one of the sources.
Pink
In B
Connects the audio for the source
connected to the Input B connector.
Connects DVI Input sources to Brio. DVI-I connector
is provided for more universal cable connection.
All connections to the unit should be connected before powering on the Brio.
The connectors include the following:
Connector
Label
Graphic
Usage
Pushbutton
Power Switch
Powers the unit on and off.
Power Cord
Connector
Connects the unit to a power source.
Dual
DisplayPort
Female
Connectors
DVI-I Video
Female
Connector
(blue)
Output A
Connects displays to the Brio.
Output B
COM
Currently not used.
VGA
Currently not used.
1000BASE-T
Ethernet
Connector
Capped. Currently not used.
1000BASE-T
Ethernet
Connector
Capped. Currently not used.
USB
Connectors
1, 3, 2, 4
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1 and 2 are version 2.0 USB ports and 3 and 4 are
version 3.0.
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Connector
Label
Audio
Connectors
Line Out (green)
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Usage
Connects audio to the unit.
Green
Line Out
Plays audio from one of the sources.
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Periodic Maintenance
This section contains information on tasks that you should perform to maintain your unit.
The Brio does not have any user-serviceable internal parts. For issues not covered in
this document, or if you are having problems with your unit, contact the support center
(http://www.christiedigital.com/en-us/product-support/supportoffices/Pages/default.aspx)
Task
Schedule
Update software.
When advised
Remove any accumulated dust at the rear panel slots while the unit fans are running.
Periodically
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Troubleshooting
When a problem is detected with Brio, the Touch Control turns red
web Meeting Manager to alert you of the problem.
and a dialog is displayed in the
If you follow the advice in this section and cannot resolve your problem, contact Christie support. For
contact information, visit:
http://www.christiedigital.com/en-us/product-support/support-offices/Pages/default.aspx
Lost connectivity to your wireless connection.
When a Brio Team or Team+ is connected wirelessly to a network and the connection is lost, Brio
automatically connects to the internal WAP. All sources are disconnected and the Splash Screen
displays the information needed to reconnect to your wireless network. If you cannot reconnect,
contact your system administrator.
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Security Methods
The following security methods are used with Brio:
OS
Protocol
Authentication
Apple
Airplay
HTTP Digest authentication
Windows
Brio Screen Projector
Rijndael 256-bit block cipher
Windows
Microsoft Network Projector
ARCFOUR 128-bit stream cipher
Android
Brio Screen Projector
Rijndael 256-bit block cipher
Brio
Brio Meetings
ARCFOUR 512-bit stream cipher
Web UI
Password authentication
required when secured
Password Exchange Encryption
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Brio Specifications
Brio Enterprise and Brio Team+
Brio Team
Outputs

Dual DisplayPorts: Up to 2560x1600 pixels per output
Inputs

Dual DVI-D: Support for up to 2560 x
1600 pixels per input (wired connection)

Up to five video sources from 640x480 to
1920x1080 encoded to H.264

Up to 5 video sources from 640x480 to
1920x1080 encoded to H.264

Two analog 3.5mm stereo audio

Two analog 3.5mm stereo audio

Up to five audio encoded streams to H.264

Up to five audio encoded streams to H.264

Four USB ports

Support for HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital
Content Protection)

Four USB ports

Brio Enterprise: Gigabit Ethernet 1000
Mbps (1Gbps) Ethernet, RJ45 connector

Internal wireless access point

Support for IGMPv2, IPv4, RTSP, SRTP,
HTTP, TCP/IP
Network

Brio Team+: Internal wireless access point

Support for IGMPv2, IPv4, RTSP, SRTP,
HTTP, TCP/IP

Two high definition DVI-D inputs to L5
H.264 video streams @ 30 FPS

Up to five high-definition L5 H.264 video
streams @30 FPS

Two stereo audio streams

Support for variable bitrate
Decoding

Up to five high-definition network video streams @ 30Hz
Protocols
supported

AirPlay

AirPlay

MS Network Projector

MS Network Projector

Brio Screen Projector

Brio Screen Projector

Size: (W x H x D) 17.40” x 1.74” x 9.5”
(442x44x241mm)

Size: (W x H x D): 8” x 1.9” x 8.9" (204 x
49 x 252mm)

Weight: 6.5lbs. (2.95kg)

Weight: 2.8lbs (1.27kg)

Chassis: 1U form factor

Mounting: Mounting brackets (ears),
optional under table mount, optional VESA
“sandwich” mount

Voltage range: 100-240VAC (auto-ranging
power supply)

Voltage range: 100-240VAC (auto-ranging
power supply)

Current: 2-4A (max)

Current: 2A

Power consumption: 220W (max)

Power consumption: 120W (max)
Sound
pressure
(operator
position)

0.5m distance, device on tabletop - 40.7
dBA max

0.5m distance, device on tabletop - 39.2
dBA max
Reliability

MTBF: >50,000 hours for major modules
Encoding
Physical
Specifications
Power
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Brio Enterprise and Brio Team+
Regulatory
Brio Team

CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1

UL 60950-1

IEC 60065 (ed.7); IEC 60065 (ed.7) am1-am2

IEC 60950-1

FCC CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class A –unintentional radiators

EN55103-1 Class A audio, video, audio-visual equipment emission; EN55103-2 audio video,
audio-visual equipment immunity; EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3

Directives: (EC) 2011/65/EU (RoHS); 2012/19/EU (WEEE); Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006
(REACH)

Certification marks: check with Christie for latest update
Manufacturing
location
Designed, manufactured, and tested by Christie Digital Systems Inc. at our facility in Phoenix, Arizona,
USA
Warranty
Limited two years parts and labor
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Index
accessories
labeling ..................................................... 9
Enterprise ............................................. 11
MAC address ............................................50
Team ................................................... 14
MAC OS X sources .....................................25
Team+ ................................................. 11
maintenance .............................................70
accessory kit ...................................... 11, 14
Meeting Manager.......................................16
adaptive streaming ................................... 51
meeting status ..........................................38
address book ............................................ 35
meetings ..................................................35
administration .......................................... 44
mounting
altitude ..................................................... 8
desk .....................................................63
annotating ............................................... 30
monitor.................................................64
annotation ............................................... 28
rack .....................................................63
annotation tools ........................................ 30
VESA 1 kit .............................................64
Apple sources ........................................... 25
VESA 2 kit .............................................65
auto-show ................................................ 34
mounting options ......................................63
battery ..................................................... 9
NAT ................................................... 48, 52
Brio Administrator ..................................... 59
Network Projection ....................................23
Brio whiteboard ........................................ 29
network tab ..............................................48
cable connectors ....................................... 67
operating temperature ................................ 8
connect
periodic maintenance .................................70
Apple sources ........................................ 25
power connectors ......................................67
DVI sources .......................................... 22
presentation area ......................................19
Network Projector .................................. 23
presenter .................................................40
Windows OS sources .............................. 22
preview....................................................34
connect sources ........................................ 21
primary output..........................................35
dimensions............................................... 73
relative humidity ........................................ 8
disposal .................................................... 9
reliability ..................................................73
DNS name ............................................... 50
reorder sources .........................................34
DVI sources ............................................. 22
safety precautions ...................................... 8
encode bit rate ......................................... 52
security....................................................31
general tab .............................................. 44
security tab ..............................................58
hostname................................................. 50
settings....................................................35
IP address ................................................ 19
share presentation area .............................40
join meeting ............................................. 39
show/hide ................................................35
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sketching ................................................. 30
warranty ..................................................74
software tab ............................................. 56
web browsers ...........................................18
sound pressure ......................................... 73
web whiteboard ........................................29
source list ................................................ 33
weight .....................................................73
specifications ............................................ 73
welcome ..................................................10
splash screen background .......................... 18
whiteboard ...............................................28
storage temperature .................................. 8
whiteboard tools .......................................30
system settings page................................. 44
Windows OS sources .................................22
warnings ................................................... 9
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