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HUAWEI Box 500, Box 700, and Box 900 V600R019C00 Web Online Help

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Configuring Video Input

Configuring Video Input

Correct video input settings enable your endpoint to properly display video input from the video input ports.

Background

Table 1-9, Table 1-10, and Table 1-11 show the capabilities of the video input ports.

Table 1-9  Capabilities of the video input ports on the Box 500

Port Name on the UI

Port Number on the Rear Panel

Type

Capability

Description

1 HD-VI

1

HD-VI

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 30 fps is supported.

Connects to an HD camera or the VPT300 intelligent camera and provides the video input, power supply, serial port, and infrared control functions.

2 VGA

2

VGA

A resolution of up to 1080p 60 fps is supported.

Connects to devices such as a local computer.

3 HDMI

3

HDMI

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 30 fps is supported.

Connects to devices such as a local computer or connects to a camera through a converter cable.

4 HT-RX

4

HT-RX

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 30 fps is supported.

Reserved for connecting to an HT-RX camera. It provides the video input, power supply, and control functions.

Table 1-10  Capabilities of the video input ports on the Box 700

Port Name on the UI

Port Number on the Rear Panel

Type

Capability

Description

1 HD-VI

1

HD-VI

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 30 fps is supported.

Connects to an HD camera or the VPT300 intelligent camera and provides the video input, power supply, serial port, and infrared control functions.

2 VGA

2

VGA

A resolution of up to 1080p 60 fps is supported.

Connects to devices such as a local computer.

3 HDMI

3

HDMI

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 60 fps is supported.

Connects to devices such as a local computer or connects to a camera through a converter cable.

4 12G-SDI

4

BNC

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 60 fps is supported.

Connects to a camera within a maximum distance of 50 m.

5 HT-RX

5

HT-RX

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 60 fps is supported.

Reserved for connecting to an HT-RX camera. It provides the video input, power supply, and control functions.

Table 1-11  Capabilities of the video input ports on the Box 900

Port Name on the UI

Port Number on the Rear Panel

Type

Capability

Description

1 HD-VI

1

HD-VI

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 30 fps is supported.

Connects to an HD camera or the VPT300 intelligent camera and provides the video input, power supply, serial port, and infrared control functions.

2 VGA

2

VGA

A resolution of up to 1080p 60 fps is supported.

Connects to devices such as a local computer.

3 HDMI

3

HDMI

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 60 fps is supported.

Connects to devices such as a local computer or connects to a camera through a converter cable.

4 DVI/VGA

4

DVI

A resolution of up to 1080p 60 fps is supported.

Connects to devices such as a local computer.

The DVI and VGA ports are mutually exclusive and cannot be used at the same time.

VGA

A resolution of up to 1080p 60 fps is supported.

5 12G-SDI

5

BNC

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 60 fps is supported.

Connects to a camera within a maximum distance of 50 m.

6 HDMI

6

HDMI

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 60 fps is supported.

Connects to devices such as a local computer or connects to a camera through a converter cable.

7 HT-RX

7

HT-RX

A resolution of up to 4K x 2K 60 fps is supported.

Reserved for connecting to an HT-RX camera. It provides the video input, power supply, and control functions.

NOTE:
  • PTZ is an acronym for Pan, Tilt, and Zoom. A PTZ camera supports panning, tilting, and zooming control.
  • The HD-VI port can only be connected to the HUAWEI VPC600 or VPC620. After connecting this port to the HUAWEI VPC600 or VPC620, you can perform PTZ controls on and supply power to the HUAWEI VPC600 or VPC620 without additional cables.
  • If you connect a port other than the HD-VI port to the camera, you must connect the cable used for transmitting VISCA control signals to the COM port on your endpoint to perform PTZ controls on the camera.

Each input port to be used for transmitting a video or a presentation can be specified on the user interface. For details, see section Selecting Video Sources.

Select a video input port on your endpoint based on the video format supported by the camera. Then connect the camera to your endpoint using the cable provided.

Procedure

  1. Choose System Settings > Input/Output and click the Video Input tab.
  2. Set the video input parameters listed in Table 1-12.

    Table 1-12  Video input parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Remote control

    Specifies whether a remote site can control the local camera during a call.

    The default value is Allow.

    Video source management

    Specifies whether a remote site can select the video source of the local endpoint on the camera control interface.

    The default value is Do not allow.

    Selecting an incorrect video source may result in black screens. To avoid mistakenly selecting an incorrect video source, the default value is recommended here.

    Powered by endpoint from

    Specifies whether the endpoint preferentially supplies power to the device connected to the HD-VI or HT-RX port.

    The default value is HD-VI.

    Dual-VPT300 mode

    Specifies whether to enable the dual-VPT300 mode when the endpoint has two VPT300s connected. If you set Dual-VPT300 mode to Enable, both VPT300s work. If you set Dual-VPT300 mode to Disable, only the VPT300 connected to the specified Video output port works.

    This parameter is unavailable on the web interface of the Box 500.

    The default value is Disable.

    The Dual-VPT300 mode function and the Facial Recognition Sign-in function under System Settings > AI Parameters > Face cannot be enabled at the same time. The default value of Facial Recognition Sign-in is Disable.

    Track when not in conference

    Specifies whether to enable the VPT300's tracking function when the endpoint is not in any conference.

    This parameter is unavailable on the web interface of the Box 500.

    The default value is Disable.

    Camera 1

    Specifies the input port for the endpoint to connect to camera 1 of VPT300.

    This parameter is unavailable on the web interface of the Box 500.

    The default value is HD-VI.

    Camera 2

    Specifies the input port for the endpoint to connect to camera 2 of VPT300.

    This parameter is unavailable on the web interface of the Box 500.

    The default value for Box 700 is 4 12G-SDI.

    The default value for Box 900 is 5 12G-SDI.

    Serial port

    Specifies the serial port that is connected to the camera control interface. You can select either COM1 or COM2.

    • This parameter is available only for the 3 HDMI and 4 HT-RX ports of the Box 500.

    • This parameter is available only for the 3 HDMI and 4 12G-SDI ports of the Box 700.

    • This parameter is available only for the 3 HDMI, 4 DVI/VGA, 5 12G-SDI, 6 HDMI, and 7 HT-RX ports of the Box 900.

    Select the serial port that is being used. Otherwise, the camera cannot be controlled.

    Camera type

    Specifies the type of the camera connected. The endpoint supports cameras of multiple manufacturers and models.

    This parameter is unavailable only for the 2 VGA port.

    The default value is VPC600/VPC620.

    The control commands vary with different cameras. Therefore, select the camera type correctly to ensure that the camera can be controlled properly.

    Initial position

    Specifies the position of the camera after startup.

    • Auto: The camera moves to its initial position after startup.
    • Preset 1: The camera moves to the preset after startup.
    NOTE:

    Each camera preset stores the pan, tilt, and zoom settings of the camera. For how to set presets, see Setting a Camera Preset.

    This parameter is unavailable only for the 2 VGA port.

    The default value is Auto.

    Movement speed

    Specifies the movement and zoom speed for the camera at your site.

    • Select Slow for accurate positioning.
    • Select Fast for quick positioning.
    • Select Medium for medium paced positioning.

    This parameter is unavailable only for the 2 VGA port.

    The default value is Medium.

    Stretch mode

    Specifies how the endpoint adjusts the input video based on the video encoding format.

    • Stretch: Automatically stretch the video to full screen with an unfixed aspect ratio.
    • No stretch: Automatically stretch the video to full screen with a fixed aspect ratio. Black borders may appear at the edges of the display.

    The default value is No stretch.

    It is recommended that you set this parameter to Stretch.

    Mirroring

    Specifies whether the endpoint displays a reflection of an input video, wherein the right and left sides of the original are reversed.

    • Normal: The input video will not be reversed.
    • Horizontal mirroring: The endpoint displays a reflection of the input video, wherein the right and left sides of the original are reversed like the reflection of something seen in a mirror.

    This parameter is unavailable only for the 2 VGA port.

    The default value is Normal.

  3. Click Save.

    The settings take effect immediately.

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