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TE10 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R019C00

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Configuring Video Input

Configuring Video Input

Correct video input settings enable your endpoint to properly display video input from the built-in camera.

Procedure

  1. Choose System Settings > Input/Output and click the Video Input tab.
  2. Set the video input parameters listed in Table 3-3.

    Table 3-3  Video input parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Common Camera Settings

    Remote control

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

    The default value is Allow.

    Built-in camera

    Name

    Specifies the video input port name to help you identify ports during a conference.

    The default value is CAM IN.

    Do not leave this parameter blank.

    Enter a string of 1 to 64 characters.

    Moving 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.

    The default value is Medium.

    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.

    The default value is Auto.

    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: 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.

    The default value is Normal.

    Stretch mode

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

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

    The default value is No stretch.

    It is recommended that you set this parameter to Stretch.

  3. Click Save.

    The settings take effect immediately.

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