Using the CAPTURE feature
The capture feature allows you to easily record your presentation and store it as a media file.
1. Choose capture on the small display screen.
a. If you want to record what’s happening on the screen, choose Presentation.
b. If you want to take a video recording of the room, choose Camera.
2. Use full screen/side to side to orient your video recording/presentation accordingly.
3. Use upper left/upper right/lower left/lower right to position the camera recording on the large
4. Use the pan and zoom arrows to alter the camera angle.
5. If you want to record directly from one of the input sources, choose the appropriate input source under the “recorded source” section.
6. The output is where the media file being recorded is stored; you have the option between USB ports and an SD card.
7. Hit the red circle button to start the recording and the stop button to stop recording. You can pause recording at any time.
Please contact User Services in Room 25 for assistance with this feature.
Changing the SETTINGS There are 4 different options under the settings feature; audio, camera, displays and switcher. This section provides a short description of each one.
1. AUDIO: Allows you to increase and decrease the volume of the speakers, podium, wireless mic, DPMS and ceiling mics.
2. CAMERA: Allows you to adjust the angle and the zoom of the camera, provided it is turned on and in use. You can also use the foot pad for the same purpose.
a. On: This is the default. Turns on the projector if it is switched off.
b. Off: Completely turns off the projector.
c. HDMI: Changes the input of the projector screen to the input from the HDMI cable.
d. MUTE: Temporarily turns off projection for a screen. Recommended for toggling the projectors on and off, because it’s much faster than turning off and turning on the projectors.
e. The up and down arrows bring each individual screen up or down, without affecting the projection.
4. SWITCHER: The switcher allows you to efficiently toggle between various input and output sources. It has 3 columns: The first lists out the sources, the second column lists out the functions and the third column lists out what function each one of the sources is currently performing. So, if you wanted to change the input for the ANNOTATE function to APPLE TV, you’d pick APPLE TV from the first column and ANNOTATE from the second column. You can similarly do this for any input and any function. The first column also lists some functions, so if you pick ANNOTATE from the first column and then ANNOTATE from the second column, the system will give an error stating this is not allowed.
Should you require any more assistance, or would like a walkthrough of the features of this room, please contact User Services in Room 25, or call us at (217) 244-7005.