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  • ZXV10 T700General Operation Guide

    Version: V1.1.4

    ZTE USA Inc.2425 N Central Expressway, Suite 600, Richardson TX. 75080Email: [email protected]

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    Revision History

    Revision No. Revision Date Revision Reason

    R1.0 2014-02-15 First edition

    Serial Number: SJ-20140210102518-003

    Publishing Date: 2014-02-15 (R1.0)

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  • ContentsAbout This Manual ......................................................................................... I

    Chapter 1 Guide for New Users................................................................. 1-11.1 Getting Started................................................................................................... 1-1

    1.2 Understanding Terminal Control Methods ............................................................ 1-2

    1.3 Validating Terminal Settings ................................................................................ 1-4

    1.4 Performing Basic Configuration ........................................................................... 1-4

    1.5 Conference Operations..................................................................................... 1-10

    1.5.1 Placing a Point-to-Point Call.................................................................... 1-10

    1.5.2 Placing a Multipoint Call Through the Embedded MCU ............................. 1-13

    1.5.3 Placing a Multipoint Call Through the MCU Server ................................... 1-15

    1.5.4 Placing a Multipoint Audio Call Without an MCU ...................................... 1-16

    1.5.5 Calling the Microsoft Lync Account ......................................................... 1-16

    1.5.6 Disconnecting a Call............................................................................... 1-18

    1.6 Logging in to the Web Page .............................................................................. 1-19

    1.7 Operating PC Console...................................................................................... 1-20

    1.7.1 Installing the PC Console........................................................................ 1-20

    1.7.2 Logging in to the PC Console.................................................................. 1-21

    Chapter 2 General Audio Operations ....................................................... 2-12.1 Adjusting Output Volume .................................................................................... 2-1

    2.2 Adjusting Input Volume ....................................................................................... 2-2

    Chapter 3 General Video Operations........................................................ 3-13.1 Operating Camera.............................................................................................. 3-1

    3.1.1 Controlling the Local Camera .................................................................... 3-1

    3.1.2 Enabling the Remote Terminal to Control the Local Camera........................ 3-2

    3.1.3 Controlling the Remote Camera ................................................................ 3-3

    3.1.4 Presetting the Position of the Camera........................................................ 3-4

    3.1.5 Activating the Preset Position.................................................................... 3-5

    3.1.6 Setting the Camera .................................................................................. 3-7

    3.2 Operating Screen Display ................................................................................... 3-9

    3.2.1 Adjusting Display Mode ............................................................................ 3-9

    3.2.2 Adjusting the Position of Picture-in-Picture................................................. 3-9

    3.2.3 Learning Terminal Icons...........................................................................3-11

    3.2.4 Setting Icons Displaying Mode ................................................................ 3-13

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  • 3.3 Setting Video ................................................................................................... 3-14

    3.3.1 Setting Video Output .............................................................................. 3-14

    3.3.2 Setting Video Input ................................................................................ 3-17

    3.3.3 Selecting the Local/Remote Primary Video Source ................................... 3-19

    3.3.4 Selecting a Presentation Source.............................................................. 3-21

    Chapter 4 General Operations of Conference Control ........................... 4-14.1 Viewing In-Conference Terminals ........................................................................ 4-1

    4.2 Applying and Releasing Chairman....................................................................... 4-1

    4.3 Selecting the Broadcast Source .......................................................................... 4-2

    4.4 Viewing Other Conference Sites.......................................................................... 4-4

    4.5 Controlling Conference Sound ............................................................................ 4-5

    4.6 Conference Management.................................................................................... 4-6

    4.6.1 Adding Terminal ....................................................................................... 4-6

    4.6.2 Disconnecting a terminal........................................................................... 4-7

    4.6.3 Prolonging a Conference .......................................................................... 4-7

    4.6.4 Ending a Conference................................................................................ 4-8

    Chapter 5 Dual Video Operation ............................................................... 5-15.1 Overview of Dual Video Streaming ...................................................................... 5-1

    5.2 Managing a Presentation .................................................................................... 5-2

    5.3 Displaying Presentations .................................................................................... 5-4

    Chapter 6 Personalized Settings............................................................... 6-16.1 Setting Volume Display Mode.............................................................................. 6-1

    6.2 Showing or Hiding the Local Conference Site Name ............................................. 6-2

    6.3 Setting the Transparency of the GUI ................................................................... 6-2

    6.4 Setting the Logo of the GUI................................................................................. 6-3

    6.5 Configuring the Logo On the Web........................................................................ 6-4

    6.6 Configuring Call Answering Mode........................................................................ 6-5

    6.7 Adjusting Display Mode of Conference List on PC Console ................................... 6-6

    Chapter 7 Other Operations ...................................................................... 7-17.1 Viewing Version Information................................................................................ 7-1

    7.2 Performing Network Test..................................................................................... 7-1

    7.3 Key Combinations of the Remote Control............................................................. 7-2

    Figures............................................................................................................. I

    Tables ............................................................................................................ III

    Glossary .........................................................................................................V

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  • About This ManualPurposeThe ZXV10 T700 is the ZTE-developed HD video conference terminal for HD videoconferencing.

    This manual describes how to use the ZXV10 T700HD terminal through the remote control,Web page, and PC console. Themultipoint conference operations described in thismanualis to be applied in the multipoint conferences held on the multimedia video servers (suchas ZXV10 M900) developed by ZTE.

    Intended AudienceThis document is intended for:l Terminal usersl Conference administrators

    What Is in This ManualThis manual contains the following chapters.

    Chapter 1, Guide for New

    Users

    Describes the basic configuration and operations for new users.

    Chapter 2, General Audio

    Operations

    Describes how to operate audio input and output.

    Chapter 3, General Video

    Operations

    Describes how to operate camera, screen display, and video input and

    output.

    Chapter 4, General

    Operations of Multipoint

    Conference Control

    Describes the common operations in a conference.

    Chapter 5, Dual Video

    Operations

    Describes how to preview, send and close dual video through the

    remote control, Web page or PC console.

    Chapter 6, Personalized

    Settings

    Describes how to personalize the logo, display modes, answering

    modes and display modes of the PC console.

    Chapter 7, Other

    Operations

    Describes some other operations such as viewing the system version

    and how to test the network and the key combinations.

    Related DocumentationThe following documentation is related to this manual:l ZXV10 T700 Quick Start Guidel ZXV10 T700 Product Descriptionl ZXV10 T700 Remote Control Operation Guide

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  • l ZXV10 T700 Web Page Operation Guidel ZXV10 T700 PC Console Operation Guidel Remote Control User Guidel ZXV10 Video Conference Terminal VCT Console Operation Guide (iPad)

    ConventionsThis manual uses the following conventions.

    Caution: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to

    comply can result in moderate injury, equipment damage, or

    interruption of minor services.

    Note: provides additional information about a topic.

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  • Chapter 1Guide for New UsersTable of ContentsGetting Started ...........................................................................................................1-1Understanding Terminal Control Methods ..................................................................1-2Validating Terminal Settings........................................................................................1-4Performing Basic Configuration ..................................................................................1-4Conference Operations ............................................................................................1-10Logging in to the Web Page .....................................................................................1-19Operating PC Console .............................................................................................1-20

    1.1 Getting StartedFigure 1-1 shows the configuration flow of a conference.

    Figure 1-1 Conference Flow for New Users

    For the references about the operations mentioned in the flow, refer to Table 1-1.

    Table 1-1 Operation Reference

    Operation Reference

    Connect the peripherals and

    cables

    ZXV10 T700 Quick Start Guide

    Power on the terminal ZXV10 T700 Product Description

    Configure the basic

    information

    1.4 Performing Basic Configuration

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    Operation Reference

    Configure the video input

    and output

    3.3.1 Setting Video Output

    3.3.2 Setting Video Input

    Adjust the local camera 3.1.1 Controlling the Local Camera

    Make a call 1.5.1 Placing a Point-to-Point Call

    1.5.2 Placing a Multipoint Call Through the Embedded MCU

    1.5.3 Placing a Multipoint Call Through the MCU Server

    1.5.4 Placing a Multipoint Audio Call Without an MCU

    1.5.5 Calling the Microsoft Lync Account

    1.2 Understanding Terminal Control MethodsThe ZXV10 T700 terminal supports the following control methods:l GUI on remote controll Web pagel PC consolel VCT consoleFor the typical application scenario of each mode, refer to Table 1-2.

    Table 1-2 Typical Application Scenario of Each Conference Control Mode

    Operation GUI on RemoteControl

    Web Page PC Console VCT Console

    Daily

    configuration and

    modification

    - -

    Conference

    control

    Multi-point

    conference

    control

    -

    Message sending -

    System

    maintenance

    - -

    System

    diagnostics

    The control methods are described as follows:l GUI on remote control: the ZXV10 T700 terminal is controlled by using a remote

    control.

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    Caution!

    If the remote control is not sensitive, check whether the battery needs to be replaced.

    l Web page: The ZXV10 T700 terminal is controlled by logging in to the terminal Webpage. For how to log in, refer to 1.6 Logging in to the Web Page.

    l PC console: The ZXV10 T700 terminal is controlled through the PC console softwarethat is installed on the PC. For how to install and log in, refer to 1.7.1 Installing the PCConsole and 1.7.2 Logging in to the PC Console.

    l VCT console: The ZXV10 T700 terminal is controlled through the VCT consolesoftware that is installed on the iPad. For the operation guide for the VCT console,refer to the ZXV10 Video Conference Terminal VCT Console Operation Guide (iPad).

    Daily Configuration and ModificationYou can perform daily configuration for the ZXV10 T700 terminal in either of the followingtwo ways:1. GUI on the remote control: Open the main screen by pressing Menu. Use the arrow

    keys and the OK key on the remote control to display the configuration page, modifythe parameters and save the modification.

    2. Web page: Open the terminal configuration Web page. Modify the parameters andsave the modification.

    Starting a ConferenceYou can start a conference with the ZXV10 T700 terminal in any of the following threeways:l GUI on the remote control: Press the Call key or Menu on the remote control to start

    a conference on the screen displayed.l Web page: Open the Web page of the terminal and start a conference by selecting

    Call Control > Call/Disconnect.l PC console: Log in to the PC console of the terminal and initiate a conference by

    selecting > Call Control.

    Conference ControlYou can control a conference in the Conference Control page. You can open theConference Control page in either of the following two ways:l GUI on the remote control: Press the Conf key on the remote control.

    l PC console: Log in to the PC console of the terminal, and select > Call Control.

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    1.3 Validating Terminal SettingsThe terminal configuration can bemodified only when the terminals are not in a conference.

    After the configuration is modified, Perform the follow steps to save the modification andmake the settings take effect.

    Stepsl Validate terminal settings with the remote control.

    a. After the terminal information is modified, press the Return key on the remotecontrol. A confirmation dialog box is displayed.

    b. Select the OK button on the screen, and press the OK key on the remote control.

    l Validate terminal settings on the Web page.

    a. After the terminal information is modified, click the OK button at the lower part ofthe Web page to save it.

    End of Steps

    1.4 Performing Basic ConfigurationIf the ZXV10 T700 is used for the first time, the setup wizard is displayed after the ZXV10T700 is powered on. The administrator can set the parameters by following the wizardsinstructions.

    If the Guide remind next time check box is selected, the setup wizard is displayed afterthe ZXV10 T700 is restarted.

    ContextIf a terminal is not configured with network information (for example, an IP address), youcan configure it through the remote control instead of the Web page.

    You can also select > System > Setup Guide with the remote control to display thesystem setup wizard.

    Steps1. On the system setup wizard, select the Guide remind next time check box.

    Note:

    If you select the Guide remind next time check box, the Setup Guide dialog box isdisplayed when the terminal is started the next time.

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    2. Select a language and click Next.

    3. Set the date and time of the system, and click Next. For the related operations, referto Table 1-3.

    Table 1-3 Operations for Setting Date and Time

    To Do

    Use SNTP Server to

    Synchronize Time

    i. Set the SNTP to Enable.

    ii. Set the address of the SNTP Server.

    iii. Select the Time Zone of the terminal.

    Set the Local Time Manuallyi. Set the SNTP to Disable.

    ii. Set the Date Format, Date, and Time.

    4. Set the terminal display and click Next. For a description of the parameters, refer toTable 1-4.

    Table 1-4 Parameter Descriptions for Terminal Display Setting

    Parameter Description

    Terminal Name Enter a name to identify different video conference terminals.

    PIP PositionSelect a displaying position for the PIP video. The available options are

    any one of the four corners of the TV screen.

    OSD Option

    Select the displaying mode for the system status icons.

    l Always On: The system status icons are always displayed on thescreen of the TV in corresponding status. For example, if the local

    terminal sends a secondary video, the monitor displays the icon for

    sending the secondary video.

    l Auto: The system determines whether to display the correspondingicons according to the operating status. If users do not perform

    any operation for over 10 seconds, the status icons will disappear

    automatically.

    l Always Off: The system status icons are not displayed on the screenof the TV.

    Name Option

    Select the displaying mode of the conference site name.

    l Sending Terminal: Overlay the local site name on the local siteimage at the sending side.

    l Receiving Terminal: Overlay the remote site image and remotesite name on the receiving side.

    This feature is not currently available.

    l Disable: The system does not overlay the conference site name.

    Show MSG BoxDisplay the message box automatically on the active video screen in

    the conference.

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    5. Define IP settings and click Next. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table1-5.

    Table 1-5 Parameter Descriptions for IP Settings

    Parameter Description

    Speed

    Options: Auto, 100 M /Full-duplex, 100 M/Half-duplex, 10 M/Full-duplex,and 10 M/Half-duplex.l Auto: Automatically set an optimum mode based on configuration and

    network condition.

    l 100MFull-Duplex: transmission rate is 100 Mbps with data receivingand transmitting at the same time.

    l 100MHalf-Duplex: transmission rate is 100 Mbps with data receivingand transmitting at different times.

    l 10MFull-Duplex: transmission rate is 10 Mbps with data receiving andtransmitting at the same time.

    l 10MHalf-Duplex: transmission rate is 10 Mbps with data receiving andtransmitting at different times.

    The suggested option is Auto.

    Address Type

    Select an address type from the three options based on the network condition.

    Options: Static IP, DHCP, and PPPoE.Static IP: assigns a fixed IP address to a terminal.DHCP: It is not compatible with Static IP. If DHCP is selected, the terminalcan get a randomly allocated IP from the DHCP server.

    PPPoE: The terminal uses ADSL dial-up access to connect to the network. Ifthis parameter is selected, the terminal automatically searches and obtains

    the IP address.

    IP Address l If the address type is Static IP, you need to manually enter the IPaddress allocated by the network administrator.

    l If the address type is DHCP or PPPoE, the terminal automaticallysearches and obtains the IP address.

    Subnet

    Mask/Gateway

    l If the address type is Static IP, you need to manually enter the IPaddress allocated by the network administrator.

    l If the address type is DHCP, the terminal automatically searches andobtains the IP address.

    DNS Set the address of the Domain Name Server (DNS). If DNS is not used, do

    not set it.

    If DNS is used, the domain names of the SNTP server, GK server, SIP server,

    SNMP server, and LDAP server can be parsed.

    Get DNS

    Automatically

    If the Address Type is set to DHCP, you can set whether to enable thefunction of automatically acquiring the DNS address from the server.

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    Parameter Description

    Dialing Mode If the address type is PPPoE, you need to set this parameter. Two options areavailable: Auto and Manual.Auto: The terminal establishes a connection to the IP network after it isstarted or the network connection parameters are configured.

    Manual: After the network connection parameters are configured, you needto click the PPPoE Dial button on the screen. Then, the terminal establishesa connection to the IP network. After the dial-up connection is successful, the

    detailed network address information is displayed in this page or the next

    page.

    User

    Name/Pass-

    word

    If the address type is PPPoE, you need to set this parameter.The user name and password are provided by the network access provider.

    Status If the address type is PPPoE, this parameter is available.Displays the network connections status.

    6. Select a preferred protocol. You can select H.323 or SIP. If the preferred protocol isset to SIP, you need to set the SIP Type as needed. You can select URI or TEL. Afterthat, click Next.

    7. Perform the corresponding operations as needed. For the related operations, refer toTable 1-6

    Table 1-6 Operations for Setting the Preferred Protocol

    If Then

    Preferred Protocol is H.323 Refer to Table 1-7 to configure the parameters.

    Preferred Protocol is SIP Refer to Table 1-8 to configure the parameters.

    Table 1-7 Parameter Descriptions for H.323 Setting

    Parameter Description

    GK Mode l Specify: The administrator will specify a Gate Keeper (GK) forterminal registration.

    l Auto: The terminal searches for a GK automatically.l Off: Do not use any GK.

    GK Address Enter a domain name or an IP address for the GK server.

    You can contact the GK administrator for the GK Address.

    RAS Port The default Registration, Admission and Status (RAS) port is 1719.For multiple ports, separate them with commas. The port number is

    consistent with that in the configuration.

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    Parameter Description

    Terminal No. Enter the terminal number (E.164) of the ZXV10 T700 which is registered

    on the GK.

    The Terminal No. is the unique identifier of a terminal in the entirenetwork. It is not only used to distinguish different terminals in the

    network, but is also used as the addressing basis for a call.

    Register Name The unique name that the terminal registers on the GK server can

    contain characters, digits, or symbols.

    Password Enter the GK password (from one to six digits).

    GK Encryption mode If the GK is configured with password authentication, use the encryption

    mode when registering the GK.

    Options: Close, Auto, ZTE, New Vision, and Cisco.l Auto: tries to use three modes for encrypted GK registration. The

    registration order is ZTE, New Vision, Cisco, until the registration

    succeeds.

    l ZTE: used for encrypted registration on ZTE's GK server.l New Vision: used for encrypted registration on Huawei's GK server.l Cisco: used for encrypted registration on Cisco's GK server.

    Table 1-8 Parameter Descriptions for SIP Setting

    Parameter Description

    Work Mode Options: UC_SIP, IMS_SIP, TELECOM_SIP, and MICROSOFT_LYNC.l In general, the UC_SIP mode is selected.l If you want to use the China Mobile IMS network, select the IMS_SIP

    mode.

    l If you want to use the China Telecom IMS network, select the

    TELECOM_SIP mode.l If you want to establishes a connection to the Microsoft LYNC client,

    select the MICROSOFT_LYNC mode.

    User Name Unique user name on the SIP server, and consists of characters, numbers,

    letters, and symbols.

    If a SIP type conference is being called, this user name is the basis for

    addressing.

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    Parameter Description

    Transport

    Protocol

    Select the transmission protocol in accordance with the SIP server working

    mode.

    l In the UC_SIP, IMS_SIP, or TELECOM_SIP working mode, you canselect User Datagram Protocol (UDP) or Transmission Control Protocol(TCP). If you select TCP, you can make a SIP type call after successfulregistration to the SIP server. You must use the SIP user name for

    addressing. You cannot make a call by using the IP address.

    l In the MICROSOFT_LYNC working mode, you must select TransportLayer Security (TLS).

    TCP Signaling

    Port

    This parameter can be set only if Transport Protocol is set to TCP.Range: 1024 to 65535.

    The default value is 5062.

    Register Policy This parameter can be set only if Work Mode is set to IMS_SIP orTELECOM_SIP.Register policy is a policy that is used by the local terminal when the username to be registered has been registered by another terminal.

    l Mandatory: If the user name that the terminal wants to register hasalready been registered, no message will be displayed and the user

    name will be used for the terminal registration.

    l Manual: If the user name that the terminal wants to register has alreadybeen registered, a message will be displayed, asking the user to confirm

    whether to register this user name.

    l Intelligent: If the user name that the terminal wants to register hasalready been registered, no message will be displayed and the terminal

    keeps querying untill this user name is available.

    Mandatory or Manual is recommended.

    Proxy Server

    Addr.

    IP address of the proxy server.

    The SIP proxy server can receive a session request from the user agent, and

    query the accepted address from the register server. If the user agent and the

    proxy server are in the same domain, the session initialization is forwarded to

    the user agent. If they are not in the same domain, the session initialization is

    forwarded to another proxy server.

    SIP Register Set whether to enable SIP registration. If you want to use the SIP user name

    for calling, select Enable.

    Register Server

    Addr.

    IP address of the SIP register server.

    Authentication

    Name

    This setting is generally not required. If the register server requires

    authentication, the authentication name must be configured and is assigned

    by the administrator.

    Password Login password for logging into the SIP server.

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    Parameter Description

    SIP domain

    name

    If the work mode is IMS_SIP or TELECOM_SIP, this setting is required.The SIP domain name registered by the terminal is assigned by the

    administrator.

    8. Select Complete.

    End of Steps

    1.5 Conference Operations

    1.5.1 Placing a Point-to-Point CallThe ZXV10 T700 terminal can call another terminal to start a point-to-point videoconference or a point-to-point voice conference. The remote terminal can be a ZXV10T700, ZXV10 T700S, ZXV10 T800, or ZXV10 T900 terminal or a terminal from othermanufacturers.

    If the ZXV10 T700 terminal convenes an audio conference, the main venue and the othervenues cannot see the screens of each other.

    You can make a point-to-point conference call through the remote control, Web page, orPC console. This procedure describes how to call a terminal by using the remote control.

    Prerequisitel The terminal is connected to the IP network.l The terminal is not in a call.

    ContextThere are three ways for calling a point-to-point conference by using the remote control:from the main menu screen, from the Call History screen, and from the Address Bookscreen.

    There are three ways for placing a point-to-point conference call from the Web page: fromthe Call/Disconnect screen, from the Call History screen, and from the Address Bookscreen.

    There is only one way for making a point-to-point conference call from the PC console:from the Call Control screen.

    Stepsl Make a call from the main menu.

    a. Press the Menu or Call key on the remote control. The main menu screen isdisplayed, see Figure 1-2.

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    Figure 1-2 Main Screen

    b. Enter the address in the Address text box. For a description of the address types,refer to Table 1-9.

    Table 1-9 Parameter Descriptions for Call Address Setting

    Type Call Address

    H.323 Use one of the following types:

    l Remote IP address

    l Remote H323 ID

    l Remote E.164 number

    SIP Use one of the following types:

    l Remote IP address

    l SIP user name registered remotely

    l Remote "SIP user [email protected] name"

    Note:l If the IP address is used, the terminal does not have to register on the GK or

    the SIP server.l If the registered H.323 name or the terminal number is used, both parties

    should first register on the GK server. For how to register the GK, refer toTable 1-7.

    l If you want to use the SIP user name tomake a call, both parties needs to haveregistered the SIP. If you want to use the "SIP user [email protected] name" tomake a call, the callee needs to have registered the SIP. For how to registerthe SIP server, refer to Table 1-8.

    c. Make a call. For the detailed operations, refer to Table 1-10.

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    Table 1-10 Operations for Making a Call

    To Do

    Make a video

    conference 1. Click the Video Call button ( ).2. (Optional) Set the call parameters. For a description of the

    parameters, refer to Table 1-11.

    3. Press the Call key on the remote control.

    You can also select the Video Call button ( ) on the screen andthen press the OK key on the remote control.

    Make an audio

    conference 1. Click the Audio Call button ( ).2. (Optional) Set the call parameters. For a description of the call

    parameters, refer to Table 1-11.

    3. Click the Audio Call button ( ) on the screen and press theOK key on the remote control.

    Table 1-11 Parameter Descriptions for Call Parameter Setting

    Parameters Description

    Type The administrator can select H.323 and SIP.

    Select H.323 for normal conferences, and select SIP if:

    l The remote terminal only supports SIP conference.

    l A connection to the Microsoft LYNC client needs to be established .

    Rate Select conference rate in accordance with the resolution requirement and

    network environment. The rate ranges from 64 Kbps to 8 Mbps.

    l For a 720P HD video conference, select at least 512 Kbps.

    l For a 1080P HD video conference, select at least 1024 Kbps.

    l The selected rate should be no more than the network bandwidth

    capacity.

    Password If Type is set as SIP and the Work Mode of the ZXV10 T700 is IMS_SIP,this parameter is visible.

    The Password is set as the registration password on SIP. It is used forauthentication of the SIP server.

    l Make a call from the Call History screen.

    a. Press the Menu or Call key on the remote control. The main menu screen isdisplayed.

    b. Select the Call History icon and press OK. The Call History screen isdisplayed.

    c. Move the cursor to select the address from the call history list.

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    d. Press Call on the remote control, and then make a call to the selected record.

    l Make a call from the Address Book screen.

    a. Press the Directory key on the remote control or select the Address Book icon

    from the main menu screen. The Address Book screen is displayed.

    b. Perform the corresponding operations as needed. For the detailed operations,refer to Table 1-12.

    Table 1-12 Operations for Calling a Terminal From the Address Book Screen

    To Do

    Make a call

    from the local

    address book

    1. Select Local from the drop-down list on the Address Book screen.2. Select a contact from the contact list.

    3. Press Call on the remote control to start a call to the selected address.

    Make a call

    from the LDAP

    address book

    1. Select From LDAP Server from the drop-down list on the AddressBook screen.

    2. Search for and select a contact to be called.

    3. Press OK on the remote control. The Information of contactorscreen is displayed.

    4. Press Call on the remote control to start a call.You can also select Call, and then press OK to start a call.

    l If the call succeeds, the two terminals can communicate with each other.There are icons displaying the current conference state at the bottom of themain menu screen. For a description of the icons, refer to Table 1-13.

    Table 1-13 Icon Descriptions for the Multipoint Conference

    Icon Description

    Indicates that the terminal is in a point-to-point video conference.

    Indicates that the terminal is in a point-to-point audio conference.

    l If the call fails, the system displays a failure message. After the fault is fixed,you can call again.

    End of Steps

    1.5.2 Placing a Multipoint Call Through the Embedded MCUIf a multipoint conference is started through the embedded MCU of the ZXV10 T700terminal, you can add up to four terminals in the conference.

    An MCU supports multipoint multimedia conferences. It is located at the core ofa conference network and allows people at different locations to participate in one

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    conference. The MCU supports mixing and switching digital signals, including audio,video, data, and signaling without affecting their qualities. It provides audio mixing, videoswitching, and multipoint communication protocol processing.

    You can start an embedded MCU multipoint conference through the remote control, Webpage, or PC console. This procedure describes how to use the remote control.

    Prerequisitel The ZXV10 T700 terminal supports the embedded MCU function.l The terminal is connected to the IP network.l The terminal is not in a call.

    Contextl The MCU server is not involved in a multipoint conference started through the

    embedded ZXV10 T700 MCU.l If a multipoint conference is initiated through the embedded MCU of the ZXV10 T700

    terminal, the maximum number of participating terminals is five (including the hostingZXV10 T700 itself).

    The local terminal supports the embedded MCU function. To check whether the localterminal supports the embedded MCU function, perform either of the following:

    l Select > System > Maintenance > License with the remote control.l Select System > License on the Web page.

    The following methods can be used to start a multipoint conference through the embeddedMCU.l Three ways using the remote control: make a call from the main menu screen, the

    Call History screen, or the Address Book screen.l Three ways using the web page: make a call from the Call/Disconnect page, the Call

    History page, or the Address Book page.l One way using the PC console: make a call from the Call Control page.

    Steps1. Call terminals to participate in the conference one by one. For details, refer to 1.5.1

    Placing a Point-to-Point Call.l If the call succeeds, there will be icons displaying the current conference status

    at the bottom of the main menu screen. For a description of the icons, refer toTable 1-14.

    Table 1-14 Icon Descriptions for the Multipoint Conference With an EmbeddedMCU

    Icon Description

    Indicates that the terminal is in a multipoint conference: The home

    terminal accesses the conference by making a video call.

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    Icon Description

    Indicates that the terminal is in a multipoint conference: The home

    terminal accesses the conference by making an audio call.

    Indicates that the terminal is in a multipoint conference: The home

    terminal is the embedded MCU terminal that initializes the conference.

    Some terminals access the conference by video call, other terminals

    access the conference by audio call.

    l If the setup of the conference is not successful, a popup is displayed. Connectagain after troubleshooting.

    End of Steps

    1.5.3 Placing a Multipoint Call Through the MCU ServerThe Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) indicates the multimedia video server, such as theZXV10 M900 and ZXV10 M9000.

    If a terminal calls an MCU server, the terminal can create a new conference or join anon-going conference on the MCU.

    A terminal join a conference in either of the following circumstances.l For a conference being started on the MCU server, the local terminal can call the MCU

    server to join the conference if it is disconnected due to a network fault.l For a conference being started on the MCU server, the local terminal can call the MCU

    server to join the conference as a new conference member.

    This procedure describes how to use the remote control to call an MCU server.

    Prerequisitel The local terminal is not in a call and the network connection of the terminal is normal.l The user name and password are needed for logging in to the MCU server.l The conference number and password are needed for joining an on-going conference.l If you want to call the conference number directly, the H.323 needs to have been

    successfully registered.

    ContextThe operation of calling an MCU through Web page and the PC console is as follows:l On the Web page, select Call Control > Call/Disconnect, and then call the MCU on

    the Call/Disconnect page.

    l On the PC console, select > Call Control, and then call the MCU on the CallControl page.

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    Steps1. Press theCall orMenu key on the remote control. Themain menu screen is displayed.

    2. Set Address. The value can be:l Special service number of the conference, for example, 196 (ZXV10 M900)l IP address of the MCUl MCU number (MCU supports calling through MCU number)l Conference number

    3. Refer to 1.5.1 Placing a Point-to-Point Call to perform the corresponding operations tomake a call.

    4. If the call wizard is displayed, follow the instructions of the wizard to start the call.l If the call is successful, the local terminal is added in the conference.l If the call fails, the system displays a failure message. After the fault is fixed, call

    again.

    End of Steps

    1.5.4 Placing a Multipoint Audio Call Without an MCUThe ZXV10 T700 supports calling up to four terminals without using the built-in MCU or theMCU server to start a small multiple-point conference. Among the four called terminals,only one supports video calling and the others support audio calling.

    Prerequisitel The terminal is connected to the IP network.l The terminal is not in a call.

    Steps1. Call the terminals one by one. For detailed operations, refer to 1.5.1 Placing a

    Point-to-Point Call.

    End of Steps

    1.5.5 Calling the Microsoft Lync AccountThe ZXV10 T700 supports point-to-point communication with a Microsoft Lync terminal:l The ZXV10 T700 can make a voice call or video call to the Microsoft Lync 2010.l The ZXV10 T700 can make a voice call to the Microsoft Lync 2013.

    You can call a Microsoft Lync terminal through the remote control, Web page, or PCconsole. This procedure describes how to call a terminal by using the remote control.

    Prerequisitel The ZXV10 T700 terminal is not in a call.l The ZXV10 T700 terminal is connected to the IP network.l TheMicrosoft Lync account is registered, and the account information is remembered.

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    Steps1. Specify the SIP configuration.

    a. Select > System > SIP. The SIP Settings screen is displayed.

    b. Set the parameters in accordance with the Microsoft Lync account information.For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 1-15.

    Table 1-15 Parameter Descriptions for SIP Configuration

    Parameter Description

    Work Mode Select MICROSOFT_LYNC.

    User Name User name registered in the Microsoft Lync server.

    Transport Protocol Select TLS.Use the Transport Layer Security (TLS). The terminal verifies that

    the SIP server is a trusted server.

    Proxy Server Addr. Microsoft Lync proxy server address.

    SIP Register Select Enable.

    Register Server

    Addr.

    Microsoft Lync registration server address.

    Authenticate Name Complete the user name registered on the Microsoft Lync server, for

    example, [email protected]

    Password Password to log in to the Microsoft Lync server.

    2. Perform the corresponding operations to make a call. For the detailed operations,refer to Table 1-16.

    Table 1-16 Operations for Calling the Microsoft Lync

    To Do

    Use the ZXV10 T700

    to call a Microsoft

    Lync account

    i. Press the Menu or Call key on the remote control. The main menuscreen is displayed.

    ii. Enter the other partys Microsoft Lync user name (including domain

    name) in the Address text box, for example, [email protected]

    iii. Select Video Call or Audio Call.

    iv. Select SIP from the Call Type list, and select a calling rate from theCall Rate list.

    v. Press the Call key on the remote control to start the call.

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    To Do

    Use the Microsoft

    Lync client to call the

    ZXV10 T700

    Log in to the Microsoft Lync account, and use the full user name in Table

    1-15 (including the domain name, for example, [email protected])

    to make a call.

    End of Steps

    1.5.6 Disconnecting a Calll For a point-to-point conference, any party in the conference can disconnect the call.l For a multipoint conference through the embedded MCU, the disconnecting opera-

    tions are as follows:

    The terminal acting as MCU can disconnect all the terminals or some terminals.

    The chairman can end the conference.

    An ordinary terminal can only disconnect from a MCU terminal. Only the ordinaryterminal itself can disconnect from the conference.

    The conference can be called and disconnected with the remote control, Web page, or PCconsole. This procedure describes how to disconnect the conference by using the remotecontrol.

    PrerequisiteThe terminal is in a call.

    ContextThe related operations on the Web page and PC console are as follows:

    l Log in to the Web page. Select Call Control > Call/Disconnect. TheCall/Disconnect page is displayed. Click the Disconnect button next to the terminalto be disconnected.

    l Log in to the PC console. Select > Call Control. The Call Control page isdisplayed. Select the terminal to be disconnected. Click the Disconnect button.

    Steps1. Perform the corresponding operations to disconnect a call. For the detailed operations,

    refer to Table 1-17 .

    Table 1-17 Operations for Disconnecting a Call

    Terminal Types Procedures

    Ordinary terminal i. Press the Disconnect key on the remote control. A dialogbox is displayed.

    ii. Select OK.

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    Terminal Types Procedures

    Terminal with embedded

    MCU

    i. Press the Disconnect key. A menu is displayed.

    ii. Select Disconnect All or select the terminal to be discon-nected.

    Chairman terminal i. Press the Conf key on the remote control. The ConferenceControl menu is displayed.

    ii. Select Conf Management > End Conference. A confirma-tion dialog box is displayed.

    iii. Select OK.

    End of Steps

    1.6 Logging in to the Web PageAfter the ZXV10 T700 terminal is properly connected to the network, you can log in to theWeb page to perform terminal operations.l Regular version (the logo on the GUI is ZTE): the IP address of the terminal is

    the address of the web page to access. For example, if the terminal IP address is10.10.10.1, you should enter http://10.10.10.1 in the address bar to log in to theWeb page or if the HTTPS function is enabled, you should enter https://10.10.10.1to log in to the Web page.

    l Avikom version (the logo on the GUI is easymeeting.net): If the terminal IP addressis 10.10.10.1, you should enter http://10.10.10.1:3261 in the address bar tolog in to the Web page or if the HTTPS function is enabled, you should enterhttps://10.10.10.1:3261 to log in to the Web page.

    The ZXV10 T700 terminal supports different browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox,Chrome, and Safari.

    Prerequisitel The terminal is properly connected to the network.l The terminal IP address is acquired.l The login user name and password for the ZXV10 T700 terminal Web page are

    acquired.l The Web services are enabled at the terminal: Use the remote control to select

    System > Security, and then select Enable WEB.

    ContextYou can set whether the local terminal enables the HTTPS path. Based on Theme, you canuse the remote control to select System > Security or System > Preference > Security.

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    Steps1. In the address bar of the browser, enter the Web IP address of the terminal (for

    example, http://10.10.10.1). The SYSTEM LOGIN page is displayed.

    2. Select a language. In the upper-right corner of the SYSTEM LOGIN page, selectENGLISH.

    3. Select admin or user from the LOGINNAME list, and enter a password in thePASSWORD box (the password is 111111 by default).l admin is for administrators who can modify and save the terminal configuration.l user is for common users who cannot modify the terminal configuration.

    Note:

    For security purposes, change the password once you log in to the Web page forthe first time. You can set the password by selecting User Management > UserInformation.

    4. Click Login to log in to the terminal Web page.

    End of Steps

    1.7 Operating PC Console

    1.7.1 Installing the PC ConsoleThe PC console is used to control the terminal and conference.

    Different versions of terminal software have different versions of PC console. You candownload the proper version of the PC console by clicking the PC Console in the Webpage of this terminal.

    Prerequisitel The ZXV10 T700 terminal is connected to the IP network.l The IP address of the ZXV10 T700 terminal is acquired.l The login user name and password of the ZXV10 T700 terminal are acquired.l The Web services are enabled at the terminal: Use the remote control to select

    System > Security, and then select Enable WEB.

    Steps1. Log in to the Web page, and click the PC Console. Then, you can perform either of

    the following operations.l Click Save to save the installation file to your computer. Then, go to Step 2 to

    continue the installation.

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    l Click Run, and click Run in the dialog box. Then, go to Step 3 to continue theinstallation.

    2. Double-click the installation file.

    3. Select English, and click OK. The PC console installation wizard is displayed.

    4. Click Next to select the installation path in a dialog box.

    The default installation path is C:\ZTE\PCconsole\T700.

    5. Click the Browse... button to select the destination installation path of the PC console.

    6. Click the Install button to start the installation process.

    7. After the installation process is completed, a confirmation message box is displayed.

    8. Click the Finish button.

    End of Steps

    1.7.2 Logging in to the PC ConsoleYou can control the terminal after you log in to the PC console successfully.

    Prerequisitel The PC console software is installed on the computer.l The ZXV10 T700 terminal is connected to the IP network.l The IP address of the ZXV10 T700 terminal is acquired.l The login user name and password of the ZXV10 T700 terminal are acquired.l The PC console services are enabled at the terminal: Use the remote control to select

    System > Security, and then select Enable PC Console.

    Steps1. On the desktop of your computer, select Start > All Programs > ZTE T Serial

    Terminal Console > PC Console, or directly double-click the shortcut icon .The ZTE PC Console dialog box is displayed, see Figure 1-3.

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    Figure 1-3 ZTE PC Console Dialog Box

    2. Enter the local IP Address, User Name (the default value is admin) and Password(the default value is 111111).

    3. Perform the corresponding operations to manage the login information. For thedetailed operations, refer to Table 1-18.

    Table 1-18 Operations for Managing Login Information

    To Do

    Reset the login informationClick the Reset button to clear the data that hasalready been entered in the login box.

    Cancel login Click the Quit button.

    View the history record

    Click History to view the history information in thedialog box.

    Click on one record to set it as the current login

    information.

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  • Chapter 2General Audio OperationsTable of Contents

    Adjusting Output Volume ............................................................................................2-1Adjusting Input Volume...............................................................................................2-2

    2.1 Adjusting Output VolumeThis procedure describes how to turn up or turn down the volume. You can adjust thevolume through the remote control, Web page, or PC console.

    Stepsl Adjust the volume with the remote control. For the detailed operations, refer to Table

    2-1.

    Table 2-1 Operations for Adjusting Volume With the Remote Control

    To Do

    Adjust local terminal

    output volumePress the key on the remote control to adjust the output volume.

    Press + to turn the output volume up and - to turn the output volumedown.

    Adjust local monitor

    (for example, a TV)

    volume

    Press the volume adjustment keys on the remote control of the local

    monitor to increase or decrease the volume.

    l Adjust the volume from the Web page.

    a. Log in to the Web page and select System Control > Video Control. The VideoControl page is displayed.

    b. Adjust the volume from the Web page. For the detailed operations, refer to Table2-2.

    Table 2-2 Operations for Adjusting Volume from the Web Page

    To Do

    Turn on the speaker Click Speaker Off.

    Turn off the speaker ClickSpeaker On.

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    To Do

    Turn the speaker

    volume up Click on .

    Turn the speaker

    volume down Click on .

    l Adjust the volume from the PC console. For the detailed operations, refer to Table 2-3.

    Table 2-3 Operations for Adjusting Volume from the PC Console

    To Do Result

    Turn on the

    speakerClick . It becomes Other sites can hear you, and the

    speaker icon in the status bar changes

    to .

    Turn off the

    speakerClick . It becomes Other sites cannot hear you, and the

    speaker icon in the status bar changes

    to .

    Turn the

    speaker

    volume up

    Click . The volume is turned up.

    Turn the

    speaker

    volume down

    Click . The volume is turned down.

    End of Steps

    2.2 Adjusting Input VolumeThe audio input interface of the ZXV10 T700 includes the linear input interface (AUDIOIN), the analog microphone interface (MIC), and the digital microphone interface (D-MIC).The audio input interface can adjust the corresponding audio input of the local end and thevolume of the remote end.

    You can adjust the volume through the remote control, Web page, or PC console.

    ContextThe ZXV10 T700 terminal supports three types of audio input: digital, linear, and analog.In the turn off the local audio input described in this procedure, you can select the audioinput type to turn off by setting Enable mute on the Audio In page. You can set Enablemute by selecting System > Audio > Audio In.

    l If the Enable mute corresponding to an audio input is selected, this audio input canbe muted. For example, if the Enable mute corresponding to Digital is selected, afterthe Mute key on the remote control is pressed, the digital microphone is turned off.

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    l If the Enable mute corresponding to an audio input is not selected, this audio inputcannot be muted. For example, if the Enable mute corresponding to Digital is notselected, after the Mute key on the remote control is pressed, the digital microphonecannot be turned off.

    Stepsl Adjust the input volume with the remote control. For the detailed operations, refer to

    Table 2-4.

    Table 2-4 Operations for Adjusting Audio In with the Remote Control

    To Do

    Adjust the input

    audio volume gain 1. Select > System > Audio > Audio In on the remote control.The Mic/Line Input screen is displayed.

    2. Select the left channel or right channel. Then, enter the volume in the

    Input Gain text box. The greater the value, the higher the volume.

    Turn off/on the local

    audio input

    Press the Mute key on the remote control to turn off the local audio input.Press the Mute key again to turn on the local audio input.

    l Adjust the input volume from the Web page. For the detailed operations, refer to Table2-5.

    Table 2-5 Operations for Adjusting Audio In from the Web Page

    To Do

    Adjust the input audio

    volume gain

    1. Log in to the Web page, and select System Settings > Audio> Audio In.

    2. Enter the volume in the Input Gain text box. The maximumvalue is 16 and the minimum value is 0.

    Turn off/on the local audio

    input

    1. Select System Control > Video Control.2. Click the Mic Off button to turn off the local audio input. The

    Mic Off button turns into Mic On. Click Mic On to turn on thelocal audio input.

    l Adjust the input volume from the PC console. For the detailed operations, refer toTable 2-6.

    Table 2-6 Operations for Adjusting Audio In from the PC Console

    To Do Result

    Turn off the local

    audio inputClick the icon . It becomes . Other site(s) cannot hear the audio

    from the local terminal, and the

    microphone icon in the status bar

    changes to .

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    To Do Result

    Turn on the local

    audio inputClick the icon . It becomes . Other site(s) can hear the audio from

    local terminal, and the microphone

    icon in the status bar changes to .

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    Operating Camera......................................................................................................3-1Operating Screen Display...........................................................................................3-9Setting Video............................................................................................................3-14

    3.1 Operating Camera

    3.1.1 Controlling the Local CameraIf the terminal is idle or in a conference, the position of the local camera can be adjusted.

    The methods for adjusting the camera are as follows:l The camera can be adjusted by using the remote control.l The camera can be adjusted through the Video Control page of the Web page.l The camera can be adjusted in the video control area of the General Control screen

    of the PC console.

    Stepsl Adjust the camera by using the remote control.

    a. On the remote control, press the Near/Far key. The icon is displayed onthe TV screen. Stop pressing the key and you can control the local camera.

    b. Adjust the local camera. For the detailed operations, refer to Table 3-1.

    Table 3-1 Operations for Adjusting the Local Camera with the Remote Control

    To Do

    Adjust the camera angle On the remote control, press the up, down, left, and right

    arrow keys.

    Zoom the video in or out

    On the remote control, press the key.

    l Adjust the camera from the Web page.

    a. On the Web page, select System Control > Video Control. The Video Controlpage is displayed.

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    b. Select Local.

    c. Perform camera controls. For the detailed operations, refer to Table 3-2.

    Table 3-2 Adjusting the Local Camera from the Web Page

    To Do

    Adjust the camera angle

    Click the up, down, left, and right direction buttons on .

    Zoom in or out the video Click the - or + buttons under Zoom.

    Adjust camera focus Click - or + under Focus.

    Adjust camera aperture Click - or + under Aperture.

    l Adjust the camera from the PC console.

    a. On the General Control screen of the PC console, click the Switch to Localbutton in theRemote Video area so that the button changes toSwitch to Remote.

    Note:l If the current button shows Switch to Remote, it indicates that the local

    camera is under control.l If the current button shows Switch to Local, it indicates that the remote

    camera is under control. In this case, click it so that the button changes toSwitch to Remote. Then, you can control the local camera.

    b. Click the up, down, left, and right buttons on in the Local Video area toadjust the angle.

    c. Click in the Local Video area to zoom the image obtained by the local camerain or out.

    d. Click the Image Parameter button in the Local Video area to adjust theparameters of Aperture, Focus, and Zoom.

    End of Steps

    3.1.2 Enabling the Remote Terminal to Control the Local CameraYou can determine whether to allow the remote terminal to control the local camera. Thisprocedure describes how to allow the remote end to control the local camera with theremote control.

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    You can enable this function through the remote control and Web page.

    PrerequisiteThe local terminal is not in a call.

    ContextThis function can be configured in the Config Interface dialog box in the System Settings> Video > Video In menu.

    Steps

    1. Select > System > Video > Video In by using the remote control. The VideoIn screen is displayed.

    2. Select the Config button of the interface connected with the camera. The Configscreen is displayed.

    3. Select the Far End Camera Control check box.

    4. Press the Return key on the remote control, and select the OK button.

    End of Steps

    3.1.3 Controlling the Remote CameraIf the terminal is in a conference, the position of the remote camera can be adjusted afteryou obtain the rights of controlling the remote camera.

    l In a point-to-point conference, terminals can control each other's camera.l In a multipoint conference hosted through the embedded MCU,

    If the local terminal is not the broadcast source, the controlled terminal has to bethe broadcast source.

    If the local terminal is the current broadcast source, the controlled terminal hasto be the last broadcast source.

    For how to set the controlled terminal to be the broadcast source, refer to 5.3.1Selecting the Broadcast Source in the ZXV10 T700 Remote Control OperationGuide.

    l In a multipoint conference hosted on the ZTE MCU server (for example, the ZXV10M900), you can remotely control the broadcast source camera only from the chairmanterminal.

    The methods of adjusting the camera are as follows:l The camera can be adjusted by using the remote control.l The camera can be adjusted through the Video Control page of the Web page.l The camera can be adjusted in the video control area of the General Control screen

    of the PC console.

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    PrerequisiteThe Far End Camera Control function is enabled on the controlled terminal. For thedetailed operations, refer to 3.1.2 Enabling the Remote Terminal to Control the LocalCamera.

    Steps

    1. On the remote control, press the Near/Far key. After the icon is displayed onthe TV screen, stop pressing the key. Then, you can control the remote camera.

    2. (Optional) Press the Layout key on the remote control until the image of the controlledremote terminal is displayed.

    3. Adjust the remote camera. For the detailed operations, refer to Table 3-3.

    Table 3-3 Adjusting the Remote Camera

    To Do

    Adjust the camera angle On the remote control, press the up, down, left, and right

    arrow keys.

    Zoom the video in or out

    On the remote control, press the key.

    End of Steps

    3.1.4 Presetting the Position of the CameraAfter presetting the position of a camera, you can use a number from 0 to 9 to nameand save the preset position. If you activate the preset camera position, the camera isautomatically adjusted to the preset position.

    Perform the operation of presetting the position of the camera through the remote control,Web page, or PC console. This procedure describes how to preset the position of thecamera with the remote control.

    PrerequisiteTo preset the position of the remote camera, the local and remote terminals must be inthe conference, and the Far End Camera Control function of the remote camera must beenabled. For the corresponding operations, refer to 3.1.2 Enabling the Remote Terminalto Control the Local Camera.

    ContextPreset the camera position and its paths on the web page and PC console:

    l Web Page: Select System Control > Video Control. Select Preset Position on theVideo Control page.

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    l PC Console: On the Common Control page, click Preset Camera.

    Steps1. If the local terminal is not in a conference, go to step 2. If the local terminal is in a

    conference, preset the position of the camera. For the detailed operations, refer toTable 3-4.

    Table 3-4 Operations for Presetting the Position of the Local/Remote Camera

    To Do

    Preset the position of the

    local camera

    Press the Near/Far key on the remote control until isdisplayed on the monitor.

    Preset the position of the

    remote camera

    Press the Near/Far key on the remote control until isdisplayed on the monitor.

    2. Adjust the camera to the desired position. For example, adjust the camera to face thehost of the conference.

    3. Press theCamera key, and select thePreset option. ThePreset the camera positionscreen is displayed.Alternatively, you can press the Preset key twice in succession. The Preset thecamera position screen is displayed.

    4. Use the remote control to select a preset position, such as position 2, then press theOK key. If the camera in position 2 is selected, it indicates that the position of thecurrent camera was position 2.

    5. (Optional) Preset the position of the camera as needed. For the detailed operations,refer to Table 3-5.

    Table 3-5 Operations for Presetting the Position of the Camera

    To Do

    Change the current preset

    position

    Repeat Steps 1-3.

    Clear a preset position Select the preset position, then press the OK key on remotecontrol.

    Clear all preset positions Press the Delete key on remote control.

    End of Steps

    3.1.5 Activating the Preset PositionThe TV screen can display all the video sources that have been configured with thepositions preset by the ZXV10 T700 terminal.

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    After the preset positions are activated, the camera will automatically adjust to the presetdirection.

    This procedure describes how to activate a preset position with the remote control.

    Prerequisitel The camera position is set. For example, the camera has been preset to face the

    conference chairman. For the corresponding operations, refer to 3.1.4 Presetting thePosition of the Camera.

    l To activate the preset position of the remote camera, the local and remote terminalsmust be in the conference, and the Far End Camera Control function of the remotecamera must be enabled. For the corresponding operations, refer to 3.1.2 Enablingthe Remote Terminal to Control the Local Camera.

    ContextYou can activate the preset position from the Web page or PC console. The procedure isas below.l Web Page: Select System Control > Video Control and select Activate Position

    on the Video Control page.l PC Console: On the Common Control page, click Get Camera Position.

    Steps1. If the local terminal is not in the conference, go to step 2. If the local terminal is in the

    conference, perform the corresponding operations.

    To Do

    Activate the preset

    position of the local

    camera

    Press the Near/Far key on the remote control until isdisplayed on the monitor.

    Activate the preset

    position of the remote

    camera

    Press the Near/Far key on the remote control until isdisplayed on the monitor.

    2. Select one of the following ways. The Adjust the camera to the preset positionwindow is displayed.l Press the Camera key on the remote control, and then select Preset.l Press the Preset key on the remote control.

    3. Select the Activate button.

    4. Select a preset position and press the OK key on the remote control.After the activation succeeds, the camera automatically points to the preset direction.

    End of Steps

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    3.1.6 Setting the CameraThis procedure describes how to set the parameters of the camera of the primary videosource. The new parameters of the camera take effect after they are set.l If you select Save, the new parameters of the camera will take effect after the terminal

    will be restarted.

    If you select Restore, the factory default settings are restored.

    l If the Administrator Password function is enabled on the Security screen, you mustenter the administrator password before you can set the camera.

    You can set the parameters through the remote control or the Web page. This proceduredescribes how to perform the operation with the remote control.

    Context

    To protect the parameters from being accidently modified, select > System >Security, check Enable Admin. Pwd., and enter the password in the AdministratorPwd. text box on the Security page.

    Alternatively, you can log in to the Web page and click System Settings > Camera to setthe camera parameters.

    Steps1. Press the Camera key on the remote control. The Set Video Source screen is

    displayed.

    2. Select Setting. The Setting screen is displayed.If the Please input administrator password dialog box is displayed after you pressCamera on the remote control, enter the correct password and selectOK. The Settingscreen is displayed.

    3. Set the parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 3-6.

    Table 3-6 Parameter Descriptions For Camera Setting

    Parameter Description

    Exposure ModeThe options include Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, and AutoExposure.

    Aperture

    If you set Exposure Mode to Aperture Priority, you need to selectthe level of the aperture.

    In the settings, a larger F value means a smaller light input and lower

    luminance.

    Shutter Level

    If you set Exposure Mode to Shutter Priority, you need to select thelevel of the shutter.

    In the settings, a smaller shutter level means shorter exposure time

    and lower luminance.

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    Parameter Description

    Exposure Comp.

    If Exposure Mode is set to Auto Exposure, you need to select avalue for Exposure Compensation.Select exposure compensation to increase or decrease the exposure.

    In the settings, a larger EV value means larger exposure and higher

    luminance.

    Back Light

    Set whether to have the camera automatically adjust for a bright

    background. Back light comp. is best used in situations where the

    subject is darker than the background.

    Enabling this setting helps to relieve a bright background.

    ISO Level

    Select the ISO level. Auto is recommended.In the settings, a larger ISO value means a higher exposure speed

    and higher luminance.

    White Balance

    Set the white balance based on the indoor lighting conditions. The

    options include Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Shadow, FL White, FLNormal, FL Daylight and Bulb.Auto is recommended.Notes: FL is an abbreviation of fluorescent.

    Digital EffectsSet the digital effect. The options include Normal, Antique,Monochrome, Posterization, Solarization and Nega.

    SharpnessSet the sharpness of the images. The options include Low, Middle,and High.

    Noise ReductionSet the noise reduction. The options include Off, Low, Middle, andHigh.

    Inversion Set whether to invert images. The options include Open and Close.

    4. Select Power Down Save. The new parameters take effect after the terminal ispowered off and restarted.To restore the factory default settings, select Restore.

    5. Perform the corresponding follow-up operations.

    If Then

    The new parameters take effect before

    the terminal is restarted

    press Return.

    The new parameters take effect after the

    terminal is powered off and restarted

    select Save.

    The factory default settings need to be

    restored

    select Restore.

    End of Steps

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    3.2 Operating Screen Display

    3.2.1 Adjusting Display ModeThe available display modes are determined by the Display Mode configuration of VideoOutput.

    PrerequisiteOn the page where the first Video Output lines Display Mode is set, a display mode isselected. (You can select System > Video > Video Output).

    Stepsl Press the Layout key on the remote control repeatedly to view the modes.l After logging into the Web page, click the Change Display Mode button repeatedly to

    view and select a mode.l After logging into the PC console, click the Display Mode button repeatedly to view

    and select a mode.

    End of Steps

    3.2.2 Adjusting the Position of Picture-in-PictureIn Picture-in-Picture (PIP) mode, you can set a small picture on the screen.

    You can adjust the position of picture-in-picture through the remote control and Web page.

    ContextIn Picture-in-Picture (PIP) mode, you can set the position of the small picture on the screen.The position can be the top left, top right, bottom left, or bottom right corner.

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    Figure 3-1 PIP mode

    Stepsl Complete the following settings with the remote control before a conference starts.

    a. Select > System Setting > General > Appearance by using the remotecontrol. The Appearance screen is displayed.

    b. From the PIP Position list, select a position and save the setting.

    l Perform the configuration on the Web page before a conference starts.

    a. Select General > Appearance by using the remote control. The Appearancescreen is displayed.

    b. From the PIP Position list, select a position and save the setting.

    l During a conference, you can perform the following operations on the remote control.

    a. Press the Layout key repeatedly on the remote control until the display mode isswitched to PIP.

    b. Press the Menu key on the remote control. The System Control menu isdisplayed.

    c. Press the arrow keys on the remote control to select PIP, and press OK.

    d. Press the arrow keys on the remote control to select the position of the smallpicture, and press OK.

    l During a conference, you can perform the following operations from the Web page.

    a. On the Web page, select System Control > Video Control.

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    b. Click the Change Display Mode button continuously until the display mode isswitched to PIP.

    c. Click PIP Position.

    d. Click the position.

    End of Steps

    3.2.3 Learning Terminal IconsIcons are displayed on the right part of the active video to indicate the current state. Fora description of the terminal state icons and terminal audio icons, refer to Table 3-7 andTable 3-8.

    Table 3-7 Descriptions for Terminal State Icons

    Icon Description

    Indicates that the local camera is under control.

    Indicates that the remote camera is under control.

    Broadcast source prompt, indicating that the local end is the broadcast source.

    Chairman icon, indicating that the local end is the chairman.

    Indicates that some packets are lost.

    Indicates that the secondary stream (presentation) is sending.

    Indicates that the secondary stream (presentation) is receiving.

    Previews the secondary stream (presentation).

    Indicates that the AES encryption is enabled. The transmitted data will be

    encrypted when the terminal is in a conference.

    Indicates that the conference is locked.

    To set the display mode of the icons in Table 3-7, select > General > Appearance,then select the OSD Option.

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    Table 3-8 Descriptions for Terminal Audio Icons

    Icon Description

    Indicates that the local audio output is off.

    Indicates that local audio input is off with the remote conference room cannot

    hear the sound.

    For the audio input type to turn off (digital, linear, or analog), refer to Context

    in 2.2 Adjusting Input Volume.

    Indicates that remote audio input is off.

    Under the GUI menu of the terminal, icons are displayed to indicate the connection statusof the current system. For a description of the terminal connection icons, refer to Table3-9.

    Table 3-9 Descriptions for Terminal Connection Icons

    Icons Description

    Indicates that the network connection is good.

    Indicates that there is an error with the network connection.

    Indicates that the network connection is broken.

    Indicates that GK registration succeeded.

    Indicates that the terminal is registering with the GK server.

    Indicates that GK registration failed.

    Indicates that SIP registration succeeded.

    Indicates that the terminal is logging in to the SIP server.

    Indicates that the SIP user name is in use and you need to select another user

    name for registration.

    Indicates that SIP registration failed.

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    Icons Description

    Indicates that the terminal is in the idle state, and can act as the caller or callee.

    Indicates that the terminal is in a point-to-point video conference.

    Indicates that the terminal is in a point-to-point audio conference.

    Indicates that the terminal is in a multipoint video conference: The home terminal

    accesses the conference by making a video call.

    Indicates that the terminal is in a multipoint audio conference: The home terminal

    accesses the conference by making an audio call.

    Indicates that the terminal is in a multipoint conference: The home terminal is the

    embedded MCU terminal that initializes the conference. Some terminals access

    the conference by an audio call, other terminals access the conference by video

    call.

    3.2.4 Setting Icons Displaying Model Based on requirements, you can determine the display mode of the terminal icons on

    the TV screen.l Users can configure the icons of the local end, remote end, broadcast source,

    chairman, and sending or receiving dual video. For the detailed information, refer toTable 3-7.

    The display mode can be set through the remote control or Web page. This proceduredescribes how to set the display mode by using a remote control.

    PrerequisiteThe terminal is not in a call.

    ContextYou can set the icon display mode in System Settings > General > Appearance on theWeb page.

    Steps

    1. Select > General > Appearance by using the remote control or select SystemSettings >General > Appearance after logging in to theWeb page. TheAppearancepage is displayed.

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    2. Select a volume display mode from the OSD Option list. For a description of thedisplay modes, refer to Table 3-10.

    Table 3-10 Descriptions for Display Modes

    Display Mode Description

    Always OnThe system status icons are always displayed on the screen of the

    TV in the corresponding status.

    Auto

    The system determines whether to display the corresponding icons

    according to the operating status. If users do not perform any operation

    for over 10 seconds, the status icons will disappear automatically.

    Always Off The icons are hidden all the time.

    3. Save the settings and exit.

    End of Steps

    3.3 Setting Video

    3.3.1 Setting Video OutputOn the Video Out screen, you can configure the interfaces and the display mode of thevideo output.

    The ZXV10 T700 supports two simultaneous video outputs.l Channel 1 video output (Display1) outputs the terminal menu, local main and

    secondary videos, and remote main and secondary videos.l Channel 2 video output (Display2) outputs the local main video, local secondary

    video, and remote secondary video.

    You can set video output through the remote control or Web page. This procedureintroduces how to set video output through the Web page.

    PrerequisiteThe terminal is not in a call.

    ContextTo set video output through the Web page, select System Setting > Video > Video Out,the operation is similar with setting through the remote control.

    You can also use a combination of remote control keys to switch the Display 1 videooutput. For a description of the key functions, refer to Table 7-2.

    Steps

    1. Select > System > Video > Video Out. The Video Out screen is displayed.

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    2. Configure the port according to the requirement. (The default settings arerecommended.)

    a. Select the Config button on the first or second display. The Config screen isdisplayed.

    b. Set the parameters. For a description of the parameters, refer to Table 3-11.

    Table 3-11 Parameter Descriptions for Video Output Port Setting

    Parameter Description

    Port Select the output port. The video stream is produced from the physical

    port of the terminal.

    l The HDMI option stands for the HDMI OUT interface of the terminal.l The VGA/Component option stands for the VGA OUT interface of

    the terminal.

    l CVBS corresponds with the CVBS OUT interface of the terminal.

    Work Mode Select the working mode of the port.

    l HDMI: If the connection is HDMI-HDMI, select HDMI; If the connectionis HDMI-DVI, select DVI.

    l VGA/Component interface: If the connection cable is VGA-VGA,select VGA. If the connection cable is VGA-Component, selectComponent.

    l CVBS corresponds with the CVBS OUT interface of the terminal.

    Resolution Select the output resolution, meaning to output in which resolution and

    frame rate.

    Over Scan If the current video output system and the TV system do not match, certain

    video images cannot be fully displayed on the TV. In this case, set the OverScan parameters. The options include None, Medium, and High.If you set Over Scan to Medium or High, the system zooms in the videoimages at a certain percentage and fills the margins with black.

    c. Press the Return key on the remote control.

    3. If you need to display two video streams to two monitors, the option in the second rowmust be selected, see Figure 3-2.

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    Figure 3-2 Selecting the Secondary Video Output

    Note:

    For two video outputs, you cannot select the same video output port.

    4. Set the display mode of the video outputs.

    a. Select the Display Mode button of the first or second row. The WithoutPresentation In Conference screen is displayed.

    b. Set the display mode. For the detailed operations, refer to Table 3-12. The layoutsare displayed as the icons on the screen. Select a layout. The correspondingmode is displayed during the conference switching.

    Table 3-12 Operations for Setting Display Mode

    To Do

    Set the display mode with

    no secondary conference

    i. Select the check box that corresponds to the needed layout.

    Select at least one option.

    ii. Select a mode from the Default Mode list, meaning themode that is displayed when a terminal is entering the con-

    ference. The available options are the modes selected in

    the previous step.

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    To Do

    Set the display mode with

    secondary conferences

    i. Turn a page. The With Presentation In Conferencescreen is displayed.

    ii. Select the check box that corresponds to the needed layout.

    Select at least one option.

    iii. Select a mode from the Default Mode list, meaning themode that is displayed when a terminal is entering the con-

    ference. The available options are the modes selected in

    the previous step.

    Set the display mode in an

    idle state

    Turn two pages. The Idle Mode screen is displayed.l Display 1:

    i. Select the check box that corresponds to the needed

    layout. Near is mandatory.

    ii. Select Near from the Default Mode list.

    l Display 2:

    i. Select the needed layout.

    ii. Select the needed mode from the Default Mode. Twooptions are available: Near and Full Presentation.

    Note:

    For embedded MCU multipoint conferences, the combined mode with remoteprimary video and local primary video will not be displayed.

    5. Press the Return key to return to the Video Out screen.

    6. Press the Return key, and select the OK button to save the settings.

    End of Steps

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