The room's control panel is accessible next to the door. Room speakers are controlled by the audio slider on the left side of the control panel's touch interface.
There are three video inputs at the bottom of the control panel's touch interface.
- You must use the Windows PC in order to utilize the whole room webcam, microphone, and speakers
- To connect a USB flash drive plug it in to the USB port located under the TV
- On Window’s log in screen select Other user and enter your campus ID and password
- HDMI cable is located under the TV
- HDMI adapters for USB-C, Mini DisplayPort, Thunderbolt 3, and Thunderbolt 2 are located to the right of the TV on the whiteboard
Wireless Windows PC power on/off remote
On MacBooks newer than 2011 open System Preferences > Displays. At the bottom of the window select Conference Room from the list of AirPlay Displays. Enter the security code that appears on the TV in order to connect.
- The Apple TV has no Internet connection and is only used for AirPlay Display
- The Apple TV remote is located at the podium and can be charged via the Lightning cable under the TV
If the TV doesn’t display the Windows PC login screen first ensure the video input is set to Windows PC. Second, try turning the computer off, waiting 10 seconds, and turning it back on using the wireless remote at the podium.
First, ensure the control panel is turned on. If the TV remains off try turning it on using the LG remote located at the podium. Please do not turn the TV off using the LG remote–instead turn the system off via the control panel.
Yes. In your video conferencing app start a meeting and record it. If you are presenting slides that you want recorded, be sure to share your screen as if you were in a virtual meeting. Afterwards, be sure to upload the recording somewhere permanent like GSU Dropbox or OneDrive.
Yes, you could utilize the method mentioned in the previous question using a laptop but I would recommend using the Windows PC. The full room webcam and microphone help immensely.
Make sure your video conferencing app is utilizing the Panacast webcam and Echo cancelling microphone and speaker–these should be the default selections.
Verify both are switched “on” they have physical on/off switches. Batteries are located in PSC 891 if needed.
Use the USB flash drive port located under the TV on the wall plate.
There is a basic slide advancer available at the podium. Lasers do not work on TVs though. If you need to point to figures on the TV during presentations use the mouse, pointer stick, or Logitech Spotlight located at the podium.
Confirm you are on input #3 for the Creston system. Make sure your MacBook is at least 2012+. Verify that your MacBook’s wireless and Bluetooth are turned on.
If the app you need is located in Window’s app Software Center (search Start Menu), yes. Most relevant software should be already installed so be sure to search the Start menu. Otherwise, contact Ryan Sleeth [email protected].
Generally, this has not been an issue since the wireless network was upgraded in 2020-2021.