Welcome to MXP Videoconferencing Training. What are some of the things we will accomplish today! Understand the definition and history of Videoconferencing The SBBC Goals regarding Videoconferencing Etiquette and Preparation Getting Familiar with the Remote Learn to Place a Call
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What are some of the things
we will accomplish today!
Understand the definition and history of Videoconferencing
The SBBC Goals regarding Videoconferencing
Etiquette and Preparation
Getting Familiar with the Remote
Learn to Place a Call
Learn to End a Call
Learn About Layouts
Learn to Move Cameras
Learn to Switch Cameras
What is Do Not Disturb?
Let’s go over these icons.
Make a call
Disconnect Presentation Key
A color copy of this page is provided for you to keep near the unit.
The bottom part of the remote contains the numeric keys for dialing calls.
(These keys also contain alphabetic characters which you will utilize when using the directory to look for a site, enter a new site, move quickly through a list, or even to “text chat”.)
If H.320 ISDN: Local: Dial your ten digit dial-up number.
If using IP/H.323: Dial the IP address or E.164 alias extension. When using an IP number, remember to use the asterisk key as the dot key.
This is the window that would appear if you toggled to default settings. Using your arrow keys and the OK key, you would choose OK and continue dialing.
If necessary, this is where you would change the call type, change the network or bandwidth or restrict a call.
However, please remember – most of the defaults are set to automatic so you will have little to do in this screen.
Local key on the bottom of the remote that has the first letter of the site you are trying to call.
RemoteWhat’s the difference?
At the Helm
If you need to find information about your system, go to the tools menu, and toggle to System Information. There it will show you the name of your location, your ISDN dial-up number, and your IP address.
Try this now. Once you are in the System Information Screen, toggle through the other icons to review the information they provide.
*You must be in a call to access “Call Status” information
Let’s place a call now and access the Status Information of your call.
When you are done, press the CANCEL key to exit
To raise and lower the volume, use the Volume Key
To mute or unmute the audio, use the gold Mic/Mute key
The Mic off symbol will appear in the upper right corner of the monitor screen when engaged. The far side will receive “Mic Off” message whenever you mute (in a point-to-point call). Even when you are on mute, your Mic Off symbol will flash when there is audio in the room.
#1 – A view of the entire group
#3 – A view of the facilitator
You can set up to ten local presets.
You can also set remote presets.
What is the “Tracker” and why the “Standard Presets”?
This same icon allows you to make sure you are on the near camera control.
This will only work while in a point-to-point call.
Let’s toggle between the available layouts to see what layout you might want to use.
REMEMBER TO GO BACK TO THE MAIN CAMERA BEFORE EXITING OUT OF THE MENU
NOTE: YOUR PERIPHERALS MUST BE TURNED ON AFTER
YOUR SYSTEM IS BOOTED UP
*(Delay Standby would be used if you had a company logo on the screen and you wanted it to show while not in a call.)
RJ45 – Gray we use for Ethernet (LAN)
RJ45 – Orange we use for ISDN phone lines
S-Video Connection – 4 pin Mini-Din, a call…peripherals with that connection – good quality; ie: document camera
Black RCA Cable, we use for VCR Audio
RCA Jacks – usually red and white for audio, yellow for video
Single RCA Jack usually for video
Audio – RCA Jacks (usually red & white)
RJ45 – Blue we use for Telephones
RJ45 - Coaxial Cable
ie: Titanium Power Book has this connection; this is a higher resolution than an SVGA connection for laptop or pc
We appreciate your participation in this training and hope you found it helpful.
Any comments, feedback or suggestions can be directed to Maurice Rancourt, Education Technology Services, Conferencing Services
(754) 321-0484 – web/cs