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Maintenance Guide

TE30, TE40, TE50, TE60, and TX50 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R006C10

This document guides the operator to maintain the device
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Using the Web Interface

Using the Web Interface

Camera presets are camera positions you set and save ahead of time. Each camera preset stores the pan, tilt, and zoom settings of the camera. You can easily adjust the camera position by switching between camera presets.


Table 2-3 lists the camera preset details.

Table 2-3 Camera preset details


Number of Camera Presets

Data Is Lost After Restart





Dynamically adjustable



You are familiar with how to control a camera. For details, see Using the Web Interface.

Saving a Camera Preset


Remote camera presets can be saved only after a conference starts.

  1. Choose Device Control > Device Control and click the Video Control tab.

    On the Video Control tab, the camera control area is on the right side.

  2. Adjust the camera pan, tilt, and zoom settings until the desired video is displayed on the monitor. Refer to Using the Web Interface.
  3. Click the Save Preset tab, as shown in Figure 2-3.

    Figure 2-3 Saving a camera preset

  4. Select a number and click Confirm.

    • : indicates that the number has not been set for a preset. After you select this number and confirm the selection, the number is used for the current preset.
    • : indicates that the number has been set for a preset. After you select this number and confirm the selection, the current preset will overwrite the original preset.

Switching Between Camera Presets

  1. On the Video Control tab, click Switch Preset.
  2. Under Switch Preset, select a number corresponding to a preset, and click Confirm.

Removing a Camera Preset

  1. On the Video Control tab, click Save Preset.
  2. Under Save Preset, select the number corresponding to the preset you want to remove, and click Clear.
Updated: 2019-01-31

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