Cisco TelePresence System User Guide, Software Release TX 6
Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Navigation Basics
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CiscoTelePresence Touch12 Navigation Basics

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Primary and Secondary Button Bar

Numeric Keypad

Standard and Special Characters Keyboard

Buttons on the CiscoTelePresence Touch12 Console

Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Navigation Basics

Revised: February 2013, OL-28617-01

Contents

Use the information in the following sections to help you become familiar with the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12:

Primary and Secondary Button Bar

The primary and secondary button bars are the main navigation tools for Cisco TelePresence Touch 12, as shown in Figure 1-1. Buttons appear blue when selected. Table 1-1 describes button functions.

Primary Button Bar

The primary button bar is the default; choose from the following options:

Secondary Button Bar

Tap the More button to bring up the next set of buttons in the secondary button bar:

Figure 1-1 Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Primary and Secondary Button Bars

 

 

Table 1-1 Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Primary and Secondary Buttons

Button
Function
New Call

 

Opens the keypad or the keyboard to place a call.

See Using the Keypad and Dialing a URI String Using the Keyboard.

Meetings

 

Tap to see a list of scheduled meetings.

See Checking Your Calendar.

Directory

 

Tap to bring up the Directory or Favorites menus to make a call.

Tip The Directory and Favorites tabs are only present if directory or favorites lists have been configured by your administrator. The Keypad tab is always present.

To dismiss the Call window, tap the X in the upper right corner.

See Placing a Call.

Presentation

 

Tap to control your meeting presentations including video sharing, PiP placement on screen, and video input sources.

Tip PiP control is only available while you are in a call and when a presentation device is being shared.

To dismiss the Presentation window, tap the X in the upper right corner.

See Sharing Presentations.

More

 

 

Tap More to bring up the secondary button bar. To dismiss the secondary button bar, tap Less.

Tip Tap anywhere outside the button bar to dismiss the secondary button bar. The primary button bar is always present.
Settings

 

Tap to manage your system settings:

  • Incoming Calls—Control Auto Answer and choose your ring tone style. You can only change ring tones if your system is configured to do so.
  • Meeting Volume—Control meeting, speaker, and headset volume and select audio mode between the speakers or the headset (if available).
Tip You can also control call volume using the button on the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 console.

 

  • Media Volume—Control speaker and headset volume for the Media Player (DMP) and presentation audio.
  • Appearance—Control screen brightness.

See Controlling Volume and Other Call Settings.

Recordings

 

Tap to access video recording options.

Tip The Recordings button only appears if recording capability has been configured on your system.

See Managing Recordings .

Media Player

 

Tap to control the Digital Media Player (DMP) or similar media device.

Tip The Media Player button only appears if a media player is attached and configured on your system.

See Using the Digital Media Player.

Doc Cam

 

Tap to access Document Camera controls.

Tip The Doc Cam button only appears if a document camera is attached and configured on your system.

See Sharing Using the Document Camera.

Self View

Allows you to see yourself as you are viewed by other participants.

See Using Self View.

Status

Provides you with system status (Call status, system status, peripheral status) and allows you to report a problem.

See Checking System Status,

Self View

 

Tap to see yourself before a meeting starts.

Tip The Self View button only appears when you are not in an active call.

See Using Self View.

Status

 

Tap to access the following information about your system:

  • Call Status—Shows information about an active call:

Screen resolution

Security (either enabled or disabled)

Network quality

Network latency

Jitter

Transmit bitrate

For more information, see the “Call Status” section.

  • System Status—Shows network and software information for your Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 and the codec that you are connected to:

IP address

MAC address

Software version

Security mode of the codec

Primary DNS server

  • Peripheral Status—The status of the peripherals that are attached to the system. The following non-interactive icons indicate camera, display, microphone, Projector, LCD, DVI / VGA, and document camera status:

A green check mark indicates functionality:

 

A red X indicates an error:

 

A dot indicates unknown status:

 

  • Report Problem—Select a problem type from the drop-down menu to submit a log of recent system activity to your administrator for assistance:

Audio, Speakers, Microphone

Video, Displays, Cameras

Projector, LCD, Doc Camera

Cisco Touch

Recording

Other

Numeric Keypad

The numeric keypad (Figure 1-2) is available any time that you need to manually dial phone numbers or enter touch tones. See Using the Keypad.

Figure 1-2 Numeric Keypad

 

For more information about placing calls, see Chapter2, “Placing and Receiving Calls”

Standard and Special Characters Keyboard

The standard (Figure 1-3) and special characters (Figure 1-4) keyboard are available any time that you need to enter names or email addresses.

Figure 1-3 Standard Keyboard

 

Figure 1-4 Special Characters Keyboard

 


Tip To toggle between the standard keyboard and the special characters keyboard, tap the #+= button or the ABC button.

To close the keyboard at any time, tap the X icon or tap outside the keyboard.


For more information about using the keyboard, see Chapter2, “Placing and Receiving Calls”

Buttons on the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Console

Figure 1-5 shows the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 console buttons.

Figure 1-5 Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Console

 

Table 1-2 describes the buttons on the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 console.

 

Table 1-2 Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 Console Buttons

Button
Function
Live Desk

 

Press to launch a call to the Live Desk support number. Any active calls are placed on hold.

Tip Live Desk must be configured by your administrator.

See Calling the Live Desk.

Home

 

Press to return to your configured “home” window or back to the active call if you are in a call and have navigated away. This button is always backlit in blue.

Answer Call

 

Press to answer a call when the Incoming Call dialog is displayed on the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 screen. The button will appear backlit in green when selected.

If there is already an active call, that call is placed on hold so that you can answer the incoming call.

Tip This button can also be used to end an active call.

See Answering or Ending Calls Using the Answer Button on the Console.

Volume

 

Control call volume using the volume toggle on the console.

Tip To adjust system volume, tap More > Settings and choose from the following:
  • Incoming Calls
  • Meeting Volume
  • Media Volume
Mute

 

Mute yourself and the entire meeting room by pressing the Mute button on the Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 console. The button will appear backlit in red when selected.

Tip The Mute button is equivalent to the Mute button on any of the in-room microphones.

See Muting the System During a Conference.