| Touch the touch panel to active the screen.
Enter the password.
Touch "Start System" on the Crestron panel. This will power on the ceiling mounted projector and drop down the projector screen.
All the console operation selections are represented as buttons on the touch panel. Press any of the square buttons to select a video source (Laptop, Doc Cam, VCR, DVD) or System (Volume, Projector Power). Every selection activated is represented by a black border.
To view VCR—On touch panel select "VCR”. Insert the tape into the video machine. You can control the VCR by selecting the various motion buttons (Play, Stop, Rewind, etc) on the panel.
To view DVD—On touch panel select "DVD”. Insert the dvd into the dvd player. You can control the DVD by selecting the various motion buttons (Play, Stop, Search, etc) on the panel.
To view the Doc Cam—Connect the Doc Cam (cable in drawer, lower left on the console) On touch panel select "Doc Cam”. Then on the Doc Cam press “Turn ON” & “Select Outer Lamps”. Once the Doc Cam is powered on, you may now display your content (sheets, papers or transparencies) or even a three dimensional object. The focus, zoom and brightness controls are located at the front of the document camera.
To view the Laptop —On touch panel select "Laptop”. Connect your laptop to the VGA input located on the front of the console (cable in drawer, lower left on console) Then activate the laptop video output by pressing the FN and F4 keys simultaneously.
(Note: The function keys vary on different laptops.)
To adjust volume for the PC, DVD, VCR, TV or Laptop —Under "Program" touch the plus to increase the volume or minus to decrease volume
To adjust volume for the microphone—Under "Voice" touch the plus to increase the volume or minus to decrease volume. To ensure that you get sound out of the wall mounted speakers, make sure the “MUTE” box is not selected.
To view the console PC—Press “PC” button on touch panel..
To shut down the System—Select "System". A dialog box will appear asking do you wish to shut down the system. Choose "Yes"
(Note: The projector needs to be off for approximately 90 seconds before you can turn it back on.)
To report any computer-related problems, call the Computer Services & Support Desk at
To report any AV-related problems in the
classrooms, call the Media Services support line at
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