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How to use the Auditorium Presentation System L118

How to use the Auditorium Presentation System

To wake up the system, press the “Touch To Begin” button on the screen.  Once the button has been pressed, the system will power up.

Once powered up, you are given 5 source options on the left side of the screen: PC, Laptop (VGA), Laptop (HDMI), Doc Cam, Via Connect.

 

Use the PC presentation option to showcase the PC located in the room onto the projector screen.

This option powers the system off.  You should always power off the system when finished with it.

Utilize this option along with a laptop, connect the VGA cable to your laptop to showcase your screen through the projector onto the screen.

Utilize this option along with a laptop, connect the HDMI cable to your laptop to showcase your screen through the projector onto the screen.

Utilize this option when accessing the Doc Cam connected to the system.  This option will showcase the Doc Cam through the projector/monitor onto the screen.

There are also multiple audio control options located on the bottom of the Crestron screen:

Utilize this option to obtain support and system information.

Utilize this option to raise and lower the volume of the media being shown through the projector.

Use this option to raise/lower the volume for the microphones.

Use this option to mute the microphones.

You are also given options to adjust the lighting in the room.  By pressing the light bulb button, you will be presented with the following options

From here, you can choose which lighting options you would like to use during your presentation.

You are also given options to adjust the volume of the microphones in the room in depth by pressing and holding the MICS button

After holding down the MICS button, you will be presented with the following options.  Use this menu to adjust the volume of the microphones to your liking.

If you are in need assistance, please use the following contact information.

Media Services mobile device – 715-459-3276

 

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