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Controlling a Camera

Controlling a Camera

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


You are familiar with the following buttons for camera control:

  • : Turns the camera upward, downward, leftward, and rightward.
  • : Turns the camera forward.
  • : Enlarges the image taken by a camera.
  • : Shrinks the image taken by a camera.
  • : Zooms in on a scene.
  • : Zooms out on a scene.
  • : Automatically adjusts the camera focus.


  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 4-1.

    Figure 4-1  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.
    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 4-1 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.

Updated: 2019-06-25

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