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TE10 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R019C00

This document describes the help information on the web interface.
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Monitoring Video

Monitoring Video

When monitoring video, you can set local video, select video sources, and control cameras.

After the Monitor video function is enabled, you can monitor, take, and save pictures of the video and presentation of local and remote sites on the endpoint web interface.

To enable this function, on the user interface, choose System Setting > More > General and set Video surveillance to Enable.
NOTE:
This function involves personal privacy. Ensure that its use complies with local laws and regulations.

Selecting Video Output Sources

You can specify the local video output sources.

Prerequisites

To set the computer desktop as a video input source, ensure that you have set the computer video to a video resolution and refresh rate that your endpoint supports. For details, see Configuring Video Output.

Background

During a conference, you can manually switch the object to be exported through the video output port between the local video, local presentation, remote video, and remote presentation.

For details about how to set the video output port, see Configuring Video Output.

Procedure

  1. Choose Device Control > Device Control and click the Video Control tab.
  2. Select output sources.

Setting a Camera Preset

Camera presets are camera positions you set and save ahead of time. A camera preset stores the pan, tilt, and zoom settings of the camera. You can easily control the camera by switching between camera presets. You can configure remote camera presets during conferences.

Prerequisites

You are familiar with how to control a camera. For details, see Controlling a Camera.

Background

Table 6-1 lists the camera preset details.

Table 6-1  Camera preset details
Endpoint‏

Number of Camera Presets

Data Is Lost After Restart

Local

30

No

Remote

Dynamically adjustable

Yes

Saving a Camera Preset

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

    On the displayed Video Control page, 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 Controlling a Camera.
  3. Click the Save Preset tab, as shown in Figure 6-1.

    Figure 6-1  Setting a Camera Presets

  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 page, 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 page, click Save Preset tab.
  2. Under Save Preset, select the number corresponding to the preset you want to remove, and click Clear.

Controlling a Camera

You can perform pan, tilt, and zoom (PTZ) control over a local camera.

Prerequisites

You are familiar with the following buttons for camera control:

  • : Turns the camera upward, downward, leftward, and rightward.
  • : Turns the camera forward.
  • : Enables the remote control UI to exit the camera control screen.
  • : Enlarges the image taken by a camera.
  • : Shrinks the image taken by a camera.

Procedure

  1. Choose Device Control > Device Control.
  2. In the upper right corner of the Video Control page, select the camera you want to control, as shown in Figure 6-2.

    Figure 6-2  Camera control
    • When your endpoint is not in a conference, you can select only Local camera.
    • When your endpoint is in a conference, you can select Local camera or Remote camera. By default, Local camera is selected.
    NOTE:
    When Monitor video is enabled, the video delivered from the camera under control is displayed in the upper left corner of the Video Control page. You can then view the camera output while you control the camera.

  3. Click the controls shown in Figure 6-2 to control cameras.

When the desired video is displayed on the monitor, you can save the camera settings as a preset so you can easily switch to the preset in the future. For details about how to set a camera preset, see Setting a Camera Preset.

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