Cables<br />Highest<br />Lowest<br /><ul><li> * DVI has three types of connections:
DVI – D:  Digital signal.
DVI – A:   Analog signal.  Loss of quality due to down conversion.
DVI – I:    Digital to digital or analog to analog signal.
 See CD for further details on cable information and pictures of what they look like</li></li></ul><li>Understanding the V...
Polycom VSX 7000<br />Video lens. Can rotate 180 degrees. <br />Iris. This is where the commands from the remote are sent ...
Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Microphone. Lit red when muted.  Microphone not lit when unmuted. You can connect up to thre...
Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Network In. Plug  one side of  Ethernet cable from computer and the other end here.  This wi...
Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Microphone Cable. Powers on the microphone and Visual Concert Device. The Microphone cables ...
Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />
Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Connections on Back of Camera<br />
Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Connection to Television.<br /><ul><li> Connect S-Video cable (should always be connected) t...
 Home screen should show up on Monitor 1 by default once powered on. If you don’t see it on any of your monitor(s) press t...
 Option 1
Type in the I.P address manually with remote’s dial pad. (used for Point to Point). Use the dot button      for I.P addres...
Extension number is left blank for camera to camera calls. Only filled in when dialing a video bridge manually.
Option 2
 Access the Directory by pressing the Directory button     on the remote.
Select the entry you wish to dial and press the call button      or enter
Never call into a bridge more than once. Press the Hang Up button      ASAP if you connect to a bridge multiple times and ...
If you want to erase the existing presets, hold down the        button on the remote.
A message on the screen should say all presets deleted.
 If you want to add presets. Move the camera around with the arrows –
Zoom in and out as needed with the zoom buttons.
Press and hold the number you want, and a message will say the “Preset <X> stored
 “X” represents the number you are pressing</li></li></ul><li>Troubleshooting VSX 7000<br /><ul><li>Two factors can cause ...
The network cable is unplugged behind the camera or at the wall.</li></li></ul><li>Polycom HDX 7000 <br />Camera: Can rota...
Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.)<br />Power Button: Turns unit on and off.<br />Microphone. Lit red when muted.  Lit green when un...
Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.)<br />Microphone Cable: Powers on the microphone. Connector looks similar to a USB <br />DVI to VG...
Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.)	<br />Connections on Back of Camera.<br />
Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.)<br />Connection to Television. <br />Make sure whatever input is used is selected on T.V <br />
Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.)<br />
Placing a Call With HDX 7000<br /><ul><li>Turn the Unit on
 Home screen should show up on Monitor 1 by default once powered on. If you don’t see it on any of your monitor(s) press t...
 Option 1
Type in the I.P address manually with remote’s dial pad. (used for Point to Point). Use the dot button        for I.P addr...
Extension number is left blank for camera to camera calls. Only filled in when dialing a video bridge manually.
Option 2
 Access the Directory by pressing the Directory button     on the remote.
Select the entry you wish to dial and press the call button      or enter
Never call into a bridge more than once. Press the Hang Up button      ASAP if you connect to a bridge multiple times and ...
If you want to erase the existing presets, hold down the delete        button on the remote.
A message on the screen should say all presets deleted.
 If you want to add presets. Move the camera around with the arrows –
Zoom in and out as needed with the zoom buttons.
Press and hold the number you want, and a message will say the “Preset <X> stored
 “X” represents the number you are pressing</li></li></ul><li>Troubleshooting HDX 7000<br /><ul><li>Two factors can cause ...
The network cable is unplugged behind the camera or at the wall.</li></li></ul><li>Safety<br />Rubber Cable Cover<br />Vel...
 Cut to various lengths (can’t be adjusted)
 Can’t over pack cords, otherwise, it becomes a safety hazard
 Make sure covers are flat against the ground
 Not designed for bends or going around corners
 Can be used on any flat surface
 Ideal for covering 4-5 cables or 2-3 heavy duty cables
 Cut to various lengths (can be adjusted with rolling excess)
 Can’t over  pack cords, otherwise, it becomes a safety hazard
 Make sure covers are flat against the ground
 Designed for bends or going around corners
 Only can be used with loop carpet. Won’t work on pile carpet. </li></li></ul><li>Safety (cont.)<br />Important Rule: Cabl...
Safety (cont.)<br /><ul><li> Pictures of a proper way to cover a cable.
 Cable is fully covered and the cover is flushed against the ground</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Teleconference <br /><u...
Polycom SoundStation Premier:   Ideal for big rooms
Polycom SoundStation 100 :        Ideal for small to medium rooms
These Polycom phones are analog phones.</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Teleconference <br /><ul><li> Our PBX (Private Bran...
Splitters are sometimes wired differently at the factory. As a result, if you get no dial tone after plugging the phone co...
Setting up a Teleconference <br /><ul><li> Polycom SoundStation Premier (aka starfish, Star Trek phone)
Ideal for Big Conference Rooms</li></ul>What’s included with the premier?<br />Satellite Mics:<br /><ul><li> have up to 4 ...
 2 hookups at Phone
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  1. 1. Cables<br />Highest<br />Lowest<br /><ul><li> * DVI has three types of connections:
  2. 2. DVI – D: Digital signal.
  3. 3. DVI – A: Analog signal. Loss of quality due to down conversion.
  4. 4. DVI – I: Digital to digital or analog to analog signal.
  5. 5. See CD for further details on cable information and pictures of what they look like</li></li></ul><li>Understanding the Video Conference Equipment<br />I have used two models of Polycom Equipment<br />VSX 7000 (Standard Definition)<br />HDX 7000 (High Definition) <br />What is the difference?<br />The two units’ layouts are completely different, but the concept is the same<br />Microphone<br />Ability to show a presentation<br />Remote<br />Camera<br />
  6. 6. Polycom VSX 7000<br />Video lens. Can rotate 180 degrees. <br />Iris. This is where the commands from the remote are sent to. Make sure there are no obstructions between Iris and the remote<br />Subwoofer. This unit has the power connection to the camera and the far end’s audio. (The subwoofer is your speakers)<br />
  7. 7. Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Microphone. Lit red when muted. Microphone not lit when unmuted. You can connect up to three microphones or two microphones and a Visual Concert Device. Green circle is the indicator light on the microphone to distinguish if it is muted/unmuted<br />Visual Concert Device. This unit connects your computer to the Polycom system, so you can show a presentation over the VC. Hit the Play button to transmit a presentation. Hit the Stop button to cease transmission. Only one District can transmit at a time.<br />
  8. 8. Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Network In. Plug one side of Ethernet cable from computer and the other end here. This will allow your computer to have network connection. <br />Audio In. If you presentation has sound. Plug in 3.5mm connection<br />VGA In. Plug one side of VGA cable from computer and the other end here. This will allow your presentation to be seen over the VC.<br />VGA Out. This takes the output signal and allows you to send it to another external source. Ex. Projector, T.V. etc.<br />
  9. 9. Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Microphone Cable. Powers on the microphone and Visual Concert Device. The Microphone cables with the ferrite filter blocks out unnecessary noise. The cables that have a ferrite filter on it should only be used for the back of the codec(camera). <br />VGA+Ethernet+3.5mm cable. This is a unique trio that Polycom provides for the Visual Concert device. This allows you to take the video feed (VGA), network connection (Ethernet), and the audio (3.5mm) without dealing with three separate cables. <br />
  10. 10. Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />
  11. 11. Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Connections on Back of Camera<br />
  12. 12. Polycom VSX 7000 (cont.)<br />Connection to Television.<br /><ul><li> Connect S-Video cable (should always be connected) to Monitor 1. No need for audio connections since the sound comes out of the subwoofer. Make sure S-Video is selected on T.V</li></li></ul><li>Placing a Call with a VSX 7000<br /><ul><li>Turn the Unit on
  13. 13. Home screen should show up on Monitor 1 by default once powered on. If you don’t see it on any of your monitor(s) press the home screen button on the remote. If you still don’t see your home screen, contact OIS.
  14. 14. Option 1
  15. 15. Type in the I.P address manually with remote’s dial pad. (used for Point to Point). Use the dot button for I.P address. Select Call Quality to 768kps unless directed otherwise.
  16. 16. Extension number is left blank for camera to camera calls. Only filled in when dialing a video bridge manually.
  17. 17. Option 2
  18. 18. Access the Directory by pressing the Directory button on the remote.
  19. 19. Select the entry you wish to dial and press the call button or enter
  20. 20. Never call into a bridge more than once. Press the Hang Up button ASAP if you connect to a bridge multiple times and select Hang Up all calls by pressing enter. </li></li></ul><li>Setting Presets with VSX 7000<br /><ul><li> Preset Button.
  21. 21. If you want to erase the existing presets, hold down the button on the remote.
  22. 22. A message on the screen should say all presets deleted.
  23. 23. If you want to add presets. Move the camera around with the arrows –
  24. 24. Zoom in and out as needed with the zoom buttons.
  25. 25. Press and hold the number you want, and a message will say the “Preset <X> stored
  26. 26. “X” represents the number you are pressing</li></li></ul><li>Troubleshooting VSX 7000<br /><ul><li>Two factors can cause a 0.0.0.0 IP address.
  27. 27. The network cable is unplugged behind the camera or at the wall.</li></li></ul><li>Polycom HDX 7000 <br />Camera: Can rotate 180 degrees<br />Iris: This is where the commands from the remote are sent to. Make sure there are no obstructions between Iris and the remote<br />Chassis: Actual “brain” of the camera. Contains all the A.V/Network connections. <br />
  28. 28. Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.)<br />Power Button: Turns unit on and off.<br />Microphone. Lit red when muted. Lit green when unmuted. You can connect up to three microphones. Green circles are the three indicator lights on the microphone to distinguish if it is muted/unmuted<br />
  29. 29. Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.)<br />Microphone Cable: Powers on the microphone. Connector looks similar to a USB <br />DVI to VGA: This cable is used for Monitor 2. Blue part is VGA, White part is DVI. Plug the white end into the camera’s Monitor 2 connection and plug the blue end to the T.V’s RBG (PC) input<br />DVI to HDMI: This cable is used for Monitor 2 as well. Connect DVI into the camera’s Monitor 2 connection and plug the HDMI to the TV’s HDMI input. You need to change input in monitor setting. OIS will need to do this<br />
  30. 30. Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.) <br />Connections on Back of Camera.<br />
  31. 31. Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.)<br />Connection to Television. <br />Make sure whatever input is used is selected on T.V <br />
  32. 32. Polycom HDX 7000 (cont.)<br />
  33. 33. Placing a Call With HDX 7000<br /><ul><li>Turn the Unit on
  34. 34. Home screen should show up on Monitor 1 by default once powered on. If you don’t see it on any of your monitor(s) press the home screen button on the remote. If you still don’t see your home screen, contact OIS.
  35. 35. Option 1
  36. 36. Type in the I.P address manually with remote’s dial pad. (used for Point to Point). Use the dot button for I.P address. Select Call Quality to 768kps unless directed otherwise.
  37. 37. Extension number is left blank for camera to camera calls. Only filled in when dialing a video bridge manually.
  38. 38. Option 2
  39. 39. Access the Directory by pressing the Directory button on the remote.
  40. 40. Select the entry you wish to dial and press the call button or enter
  41. 41. Never call into a bridge more than once. Press the Hang Up button ASAP if you connect to a bridge multiple times and select Hang Up all calls by pressing enter. </li></li></ul><li>Setting Presets with VSX 7000<br /><ul><li> Preset Button.
  42. 42. If you want to erase the existing presets, hold down the delete button on the remote.
  43. 43. A message on the screen should say all presets deleted.
  44. 44. If you want to add presets. Move the camera around with the arrows –
  45. 45. Zoom in and out as needed with the zoom buttons.
  46. 46. Press and hold the number you want, and a message will say the “Preset <X> stored
  47. 47. “X” represents the number you are pressing</li></li></ul><li>Troubleshooting HDX 7000<br /><ul><li>Two factors can cause a 0.0.0.0 IP address.
  48. 48. The network cable is unplugged behind the camera or at the wall.</li></li></ul><li>Safety<br />Rubber Cable Cover<br />Velcro Cable Cover<br /><ul><li> Ideal for covering a 2-3 light cables or 1 heavy cable
  49. 49. Cut to various lengths (can’t be adjusted)
  50. 50. Can’t over pack cords, otherwise, it becomes a safety hazard
  51. 51. Make sure covers are flat against the ground
  52. 52. Not designed for bends or going around corners
  53. 53. Can be used on any flat surface
  54. 54. Ideal for covering 4-5 cables or 2-3 heavy duty cables
  55. 55. Cut to various lengths (can be adjusted with rolling excess)
  56. 56. Can’t over pack cords, otherwise, it becomes a safety hazard
  57. 57. Make sure covers are flat against the ground
  58. 58. Designed for bends or going around corners
  59. 59. Only can be used with loop carpet. Won’t work on pile carpet. </li></li></ul><li>Safety (cont.)<br />Important Rule: Cables always need to be covered with either a Velcro cable cover or rubber cable cover. No wires can be exposed on carpet, and the cable cover needs to lay flat to the ground.<br />
  60. 60. Safety (cont.)<br /><ul><li> Pictures of a proper way to cover a cable.
  61. 61. Cable is fully covered and the cover is flushed against the ground</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Teleconference <br /><ul><li>Two types of Polycom SoundStation (aka starfish, Star Trek phone)
  62. 62. Polycom SoundStation Premier: Ideal for big rooms
  63. 63. Polycom SoundStation 100 : Ideal for small to medium rooms
  64. 64. These Polycom phones are analog phones.</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Teleconference <br /><ul><li> Our PBX (Private Branch Exchange) digital phones will always be on the first pair, so you will normally use a two way splitter for teleconferences. Only time you will need to use a three way splitter is if the phone jack has two lines already punched down on it, or one of the pairs are bad.
  65. 65. Splitters are sometimes wired differently at the factory. As a result, if you get no dial tone after plugging the phone connector into the splitter, try plugging the connector into the other vacant port</li></ul>OR<br />
  66. 66. Setting up a Teleconference <br /><ul><li> Polycom SoundStation Premier (aka starfish, Star Trek phone)
  67. 67. Ideal for Big Conference Rooms</li></ul>What’s included with the premier?<br />Satellite Mics:<br /><ul><li> have up to 4 Mics
  68. 68. 2 hookups at Phone
  69. 69. 2 hookups at Base Station
  70. 70. Mute buttons synchronize with all other satellite Mics / Phone</li></ul>Phone:<br /><ul><li> Dial Pad
  71. 71. Volume Controls
  72. 72. Mute
  73. 73. Flash
  74. 74. Change Caller ID
  75. 75. LCD Display</li></ul>Base Station:<br /><ul><li> Speaker
  76. 76. All Audio Visual Connection on back</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Teleconference <br />What cables do I need?<br />If using the Phone and Station unit:<br />If using the Phone ONLY:<br />Power Cord<br />Polycom Transformer<br />Satellite Mics<br />Used with either setup<br />Ethernet Cord<br />Phone Cord<br />
  77. 77. Setting up a Teleconference <br /><ul><li> Polycom SoundStation 100 (aka starfish, Star Trek phone)
  78. 78. Ideal for Small to Medium Conference Rooms</li></ul>What’s included with the V100?<br />Wall Transformer:<br /><ul><li> Ethernet Cable (Power)
  79. 79. RJ 11 (Phone cable)
  80. 80. Audio Input / Output</li></ul>(RCA)<br />Phone:<br /><ul><li> Dial Pad
  81. 81. Volume Controls
  82. 82. Mute
  83. 83. Flash</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Teleconference <br />What cables do I need?<br />Polycom Transformer “A”<br />Polycom Transformer “B”<br /><ul><li>Can unplug and plug in different size RJ 11 (phone and RJ45 (Ethernet for power)
  84. 84. Audio Input / Output
  85. 85. Can’t unplug and plug in different size RJ 11 (phone and RJ45 (Ethernet for power)
  86. 86. Audio Input / Output</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Teleconference <br />Understanding the Layout of the Premiere<br />Displays phone #. Entered manually by hitting:<br />Shift Flash <Telephone number > #<br />(Not tied into phone line)<br />Increase or Decrease phone call volume <br />Phone ON/ OFF Hook <br />Mute your sound over phone call <br />Three way conference call<br />Redial last number dialed<br />Hold button down to use white fonts above keys<br />Dial Pad<br />
  87. 87. Setting up a Teleconference <br />When Muted:<br /><ul><li> Three lights on phone are lit a steady red,
  88. 88. LCD says “Mute”</li></ul>When Unmuted:<br /><ul><li> Three lights on phone are lit a steady green</li></ul>Muted<br />Unmuted<br />Satellite Microphone<br />
  89. 89. Setting up a Teleconference <br />
  90. 90. Setting up a Teleconference <br />Understanding the Layout of the 100<br />Increase or Decrease phone call volume <br />Phone ON/ OFF Hook <br />Mute your sound over phone call <br />Three way conference call<br />Dial Pad<br />
  91. 91. Setting up a Teleconference <br />When Unmuted:<br /><ul><li> Three lights on phone are lit a steady green</li></ul>When Muted:<br /><ul><li> Three lights on phone flash red</li></li></ul><li>Hang Up a Teleconference Call<br /><ul><li> Press the OFF Button when you are finished with your teleconference</li></ul>THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT BECAUSE MOST CONFERENCE CALLS ARE LONG DISTANT, AND THE PHONE WILL NOT DISCONNECT AFTER A CERTAIN ALLOTED TIME<br />
  92. 92. Setting up a Wireless Computing Keyboard/Mouse Combo<br />RF( Radio Frequency) Receiver<br />Can be used with any Wireless Computing mouse and keyboard.<br />Synchronization Button. Press this button to sync Mouse and Keyboard. Once pressed, the receiver will flash red for 60 sec. In that time you will need to sync mouse and keyboard<br />Synced<br />Not Synced <br />
  93. 93. Setting up a Wireless Computing Keyboard/Mouse Combo<br />Wireless Computing Mouse<br />Can be used with any Wireless Computing RF Receiver <br />Sync Button to RF-Receiver <br />Battery Compartment<br />Takes two AA Batteries<br />
  94. 94. Setting up a Wireless Computing Keyboard/Mouse Combo<br />Battery Compartment<br />Takes two AA Batteries<br />
  95. 95. Setting up a Wireless Computing Keyboard/Mouse Combo<br />Battery Compartment<br />Takes two AA Batteries<br />If Keyboard won’t sync, you will need to follow these instructions<br />
  96. 96. Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br />Connect Laptop to T.V through a VGA cable<br />
  97. 97. 3.5mm (audio cable) doesn’t reach? <br />Use an 3.5mm extension<br />Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br /><ul><li> Make sure you plugged the T.V cart’s power into a wall outlet</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br /><ul><li>Turn the laptop and T.V on.
  98. 98. Log into the laptop.
  99. 99. Extend your monitor or clone it,
  100. 100. Each laptop has a hot key for extending its screen to a T.V (2nd monitor)
  101. 101. 1st cycle clones monitor
  102. 102. 2nd cycle blacks out laptop screen and extends to 2nd monitor
  103. 103. 3rd cycle exits cloning all together</li></ul>Note: Windows 7 allows you to hit to connect to a projector (any model) <br />
  104. 104. Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br />Screen Resolution: How many pixels in the screen to display the image<br /><ul><li> Most of our T.Vs and projector are designed have 1024 X 768 as the native resolution
  105. 105. Some of the laptops’ high resolutions aren’t supported by our T.Vs and Projectors</li></ul>Change Screen Resolutions (Windows XP)<br /><ul><li> Right click anywhere on the desktop and select Properties</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br /><ul><li> Scroll over to the Settings tab and select your screen resolution
  106. 106. Hit Apply to preview the resolution or hit OK if you want to change without preview</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br />Screen Resolution: How many pixels in the screen to display the image<br /><ul><li> Most of our T.Vs and projector are designed have 1024 X 768 as the native resolution
  107. 107. Some of the laptops’ high resolutions aren’t supported by our T.Vs and Projectors</li></ul>Change Screen Resolutions (Windows 7)<br /><ul><li> Right click anywhere on the desktop and select Screen Resolution</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br /><ul><li> Hit the drop down arrow for Resolution to change.
  108. 108. Hit Identify if you don’t know which monitor is 1 or 2.
  109. 109. Display will let you know the Manufacturer or Model Number of your selected Monitor
  110. 110. Hit Apply to preview the resolution or hit OK if you want to change without preview</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br /><ul><li> Once you are done with your screen resolution and cloning your displays, you should have a scenario similar to the following picture </li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br />Do you want the laptop lid down and still have the picture on the screen?<br />Windows XP<br /><ul><li> Go to Start Menu > Control Panel (Classic View) > Power Options > Advance Tab > When I close the lid…Select Do Nothing > Apply or OK</li></ul>You should now be able to close the laptop lid and maintain the desktop picture on the TV screen<br /><ul><li>If resolution changes, refer to the Changing Resolution slide</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br />Do you want the laptop lid down and still have the picture on the screen?<br />Windows 7<br /><ul><li> Go to Start Menu > Control Panel > Power Options > Choose what closing the lid does > Select “Do Nothing” on battery and plugged in > Save Changes</li></ul>You should now be able to close the laptop lid and maintain the desktop picture on the TV screen<br /><ul><li>If resolution changes, refer to the Changing Resolution slide</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br />Connecting internet to a laptop<br />You can plug a computer into any active port. <br />
  111. 111. Setting up a Laptop to T.V (cont.)<br />Connecting Internet to a Laptop (cont.) <br /><ul><li> Once you plug the network cable into an active jack, you will see the turn into . If the icon disappears and you see traffic on the Ethernet port, you have an active connection. Try going to a website like www.google.comto confirm your internet connection
  112. 112. If your cable isn’t plugged into the computer, a data port, or you are in plugged into is a inactive data jack, you will see a icon in your toolbar.
  113. 113. “A network cable is unplugged” will only appear for a few seconds if internet connection is interrupted and the popup message will disappear</li></li></ul><li>Setting up a Laptop to Projector<br />What should I request?<br /><ul><li> Projector
  114. 114. Screen
  115. 115. What are you connecting to the </li></ul>projector?<br /><ul><li>Laptop, DVD player, VHS Player, etc.
  116. 116. Internet Access (Optional)
  117. 117. Wireless Keyboard / Mouse (Optional)</li></ul>Internet Access <br />
  118. 118. Setting up a Projector<br /> (DVI)<br />(Video Only) <br /> (3.5 mm)<br />(Audio Only)<br />Highest<br />Lowest<br /> (3.5 mm)<br />(Audio Only)<br /> (VGA)<br />(Video Only)<br /> (HDMI)<br />(Audio/Video) <br />Highest<br />Lowest<br />(Component)<br /> (Video Only) <br /> (RCA)<br />(Audio Only)<br /> (S-Video) <br />(Video Only) <br /> (RCA)<br />(Audio Only)<br />(Composite)<br />(Video Only) <br /> (RCA)<br />(Audio Only)<br />
  119. 119. Setup Layout of a Projector / Computer<br /><ul><li> Having the projector image angled with the screen will give you a trapezoid image. You will need to reposition the projector or use keystone to correct the image
  120. 120. Having the projector image centered with the screen will give you a perfectly - squared image</li></ul>VGA cable<br />
  121. 121. Optoma DLP Projector<br />Inputs:<br />DVI-D<br />VGA<br />Composite<br />S-Video<br />3.5mm <br />RCA<br />Serial<br />Output(s)<br />VGA<br />
  122. 122. Optoma DLP Projector<br />Keystone: Digitally render the picture to offset a to <br />Note: The picture quality, especially the font, will decrease.<br />If you plugged a 3.5mm into projector, you can adjust the projector’s speakers<br />Turn projector On<br />Hit twice to turn OFF<br />Re-Sync your source’s connection<br />Select different Inputs<br />Projector’s <br />Manual Focus / Zoom<br />Access main menu<br />
  123. 123. Optoma DLP Projector<br />Lens closed<br />Lens open<br />Turn Dial to raise footer in order to angle projector<br />Front Foot to elevate projector<br />
  124. 124. Turning Optoma DLP Projector OFF<br /><ul><li> Press Power Button to turn OFF, message below will appear
  125. 125. Press the button one more time to turn OFF
  126. 126. Wait until the fan completely turns OFF</li></li></ul><li>Setting up DVD/VCR to T.V<br /><ul><li>Make sure you play the DVD in the computer at least the day before because of compatibility issues.
  127. 127. What causes compatibility issues?
  128. 128. Propriety Players needed to play the file
  129. 129. Certain codecs/plug-ins
  130. 130. Disk might not have been finalized
  131. 131. Disk is damaged
  132. 132. DVD format may not be supported </li></li></ul><li>Setting up a DVD/VCR to TV<br /> (HDMI)<br />(Audio/Video) <br />Highest<br />Lowest<br /> (DVI)<br />(Video Only) <br /> (3.5 mm)<br />(Audio Only)<br /> (RCA)<br />(Audio Only)<br />(Component)<br /> (Video Only) <br /> (VGA)<br /> (Video Only)<br /> (3.5 mm)<br />(Audio Only)<br /> (S-Video) <br />(Video Only) <br /> (RCA)<br />(Audio Only)<br />(Composite)<br />(Video Only) <br /> (RCA)<br />(Audio Only)<br />
  133. 133. GoToMeeting / GoToWebinars<br />Hosting a GoToMeeting<br /><ul><li>You will need a GoToMeeting license
  134. 134. When approved, you will receive your new license in an email from:
  135. 135. GoToMeeting Care [gotomeetingcare@care.gotomeeting.com]
  136. 136. Reference the GoToMeeting/ GoToWebinar manuals
  137. 137. Video Trainings on GoToMeeting’s website under Video & Training
  138. 138. Once your account is setup, you can log into the application 3 ways:
  139. 139. GoToMeeting’s Website: http://www.gotomeeting.com/fec/
  140. 140. Desktop’s Tool Tray:
  141. 141. Outlook’s Toolbar:
  142. 142. (set in Preferences- Integrations)</li></li></ul><li>GoToMeeting / GoToWebinars (cont.)<br />Accessing GoToMeetings through the website<br /><ul><li>Click the on top right of the Home Page
  143. 143. Enter your login information</li></ul> and select Login In<br /><ul><li>Click to start a GoToMeeting or GoToWebinar:
  144. 144. You can also edit audio connections</li></ul> and see what meetings you have been in<br />
  145. 145. GoToMeeting / GoToWebinars (cont.)<br /><ul><li>If the software isn’t downloaded on the computer you are using, you will need to install the software by clicking Download GoToMeeting.
  146. 146. Meeting Now: </li></ul> Automatically generates a meeting based off your preferences . You will need to within the GoToMeeting to add attendees .<br /><ul><li>Schedule Meeting:</li></ul> Allows you to Name your meeting, pick date/time, meeting password (optional) and your audio connection<br />
  147. 147. GoToMeeting / GoToWebinars<br />Accessing GoToMeetings through the toolbar<br /><ul><li> Look for the on your desktop toolbar and right click on it
  148. 148. Here you can manage your webinars and meetings.
  149. 149. You can join somebody else’s webinar or meeting.
  150. 150. Meet Now…
  151. 151. If you haven’t signed in, you will be prompted to
  152. 152. Once logged in, GoTo will create your meeting based on your preferences.
  153. 153. Invite others to your meeting via button in the menu window
  154. 154. Schedule a Meeting..
  155. 155. Create an upcoming meeting
  156. 156. My Webinars…
  157. 157. Redirects you to http://www.gotomeeting.com/fec/ to view your upcoming meetings</li></li></ul><li>GoToMeeting / GoToWebinars<br />Editing Preferences<br /><ul><li> Startup:
  158. 158. Configure if you want GoTo to launch at startup
  159. 159. Whether you want your login information to be remembered on the computer you are using
  160. 160. General:
  161. 161. Save chat logs from your meetings, time limit for screen sharing
  162. 162. Meetings:
  163. 163. What attendees will see when joining meeting
  164. 164. What messages host will see in the chat logs for GoToMeetings
  165. 165. Webinars:
  166. 166. What messages host will see in the chat logs for GoToWebinars
  167. 167. Recording:
  168. 168. How you want to record your meetings – different formats
  169. 169. Integrations:
  170. 170. What applications you want GoToMeeting to work with. Ex: Outlook
  171. 171. Audio:
  172. 172. Configure/Test your Microphone and Speaker configuration</li></li></ul><li>Presentation Clickers<br /><ul><li> Launch slide shows
  173. 173. Advance slides back and forth
  174. 174. Timer
  175. 175. Black Screen
  176. 176. Green laser pointer
  177. 177. Launch slide shows
  178. 178. Advance slides back and forth
  179. 179. Timer
  180. 180. Black Screen
  181. 181. Red laser pointer
  182. 182. Advance slides back and forth
  183. 183. Wireless Mouse
  184. 184. Red laser pointer</li></li></ul><li>Loading a File<br />Use a Universal Serial Bus (USB) flash drive<br />AKA memory stick, thumb drive, presentation stick<br />Use a CD or DVD<br />Access the file from a network drive<br />

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