Knoy 202: Getting Started

There is in-depth documentation available at https://engineering.purdue.edu/ECN/Support/KB/Docs/Knoy202GettingStarted/KNOY202_Complete_rev1.pdf

 

 

To use any audiovisual or computer gear in the Knoy 202 Dean's Conference Room (including the videoconference cameras, desktop computer, two laptop connections, DVD player, and two large video displays), begin with the procedures on this page.

Then proceed with the supplemental procedures specific to each component.


How to use the Crestron display to setup your meeting

 

To begin, you will need to touch anywhere on the display to turn on the system
Once the system is powered up, the Crestron should look like this:
 
 

Video Projector #1 = Left TV

 

Video Projector #2 = Right TV

 

 

You will next need to select what device you will display for each TV:

 

  This displays the PC at the podium

 
 
 
 
 This displays a laptop using the cables at the podium
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 This displays the document camera that is used to project physical documents and objects
 
 
 
 

 

 

  This displays the Cisco system for Webex video conferencing

                                         Must be scheduled first through the Cisco Smart Scheduler    

 

 

  This displays a laptop using the cables from the Table 1 input

 

 

 

  This displays a laptop using the cables from the Table 2 input

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Once you are finished, this will shut down the system

 


Device-specific instructions

To continue, please follow the links below for device-specific instructions: [These links will be activated as the new documents are completed -- ECN, April 2011]

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