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Specifying Caption Settings

Specifying Caption Settings

Caption settings include the banner or caption type, position, size, background, and color.

Background

Your endpoint supports T.140 and non-T.140 captions. Table 1-5 describes the differences between these caption types.

Table 1-5  Comparison between non-T.140 and T.140 captions

Non-T.140 Caption

T.140 Caption

Superimposed on the video of your site and sent with the video to remote sites

Not superimposed on the video of your site, sent to remote sites, and displayed on remote displays

Can be sent and received by Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and H.323 endpoints

Can be sent and received by H.323 endpoints only

Can be sent and received by all endpoints

Can be sent and received only by endpoints that support T.140 captions

Can be sent only after the endpoint joins a meeting.

Can be sent from any of the following in a conference:

  • endpoint that is granted the chair role in a multipoint conference
  • Endpoint used by either party during a point-to-point call

The electronic name tag function conflicts with non-T.140 middle caption. When the endpoint is sending non-T.140 middle caption, electronic name tags disappear; when the endpoint stops sending the non-T.140 middle caption, the electronic name tags appear again.

Coexists with the electronic name tag function.

Procedure

  1. Choose System Settings > Display and click the Caption tab.
  2. Set the caption parameters listed in Table 1-6.

    Table 1-6  Caption parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Sharing mode

    Specifies the type of the caption.

    For details about caption types, see Table 1-5.

    The default value is T.140.

    Font size

    Specifies the font size of the banners and middle and bottom captions.

    • For banners, the default value is Largest.

    • For middle and bottom captions, the default value is Medium.

    Bold

    Specifies whether the banners and middle and bottom captions is displayed in bold.

    • For banners, the default value is Yes.
    • For middle and bottom captions, the default value is No.

    Height

    Specifies the percentage of the banner or bottom caption height to the entire display.

    The default value is 10%.

    Transparency

    Specifies the banners and middle and bottom captions transparency.

    The default value is Half transparent.

    Line spacing

    Specifies the vertical spacing between lines of a middle caption.

    The default value is Small.

    Effect

    Specifies the display effect for the banners and middle and bottom captions.

    • For banners, the default value is Center.

    • For middle captions, the default value is Scroll upward.
    • For bottom captions, the default value is Scroll leftward.

    Scrolling speed

    Specifies the scroll rate for middle and bottom captions.

    • For middle captions, the default value is Fast.

    • For bottom captions, the default value is Medium.

    Background color

    Specifies the background color of the banners and middle and bottom captions.

    For middle and bottom captions, the default color is gray.

    For banners, the default color is red.

    Up to 64 colors are supported.

    Font color

    Specifies the font color of the banners and middle and bottom captions.

    The default color is white.

    Up to 64 colors are supported.

  3. Click Save.

    The settings take effect immediately.

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Updated: 2019-06-25

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