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Lecture Theatre User Guide – Using the AV Pod, Projector and Screens If the touch panel is blank, press firmly to wake up. Start up the Pod To turn on the pod, projector and lower the screen, select system start. Pod PC Check the PC is turned on and select Resident PC. Connect a laptop or tablet to the Pod Connect your device with the HDMI or VGA cables and select the appropriate option from the screen (you may need an adaptor). Projector Turn the projectors on and off. Visualiser Place your document/ object on the visualiser surface and select here to display. 1. Session start 2. During the session Shutdown the session. Only use the touch panel: do not use power switches For telephone or in-person assistance, use the phone on the pod and select Option 2 3. Choose screen display When you choose an input from the home screen, you are asked to choose whether you would like this on left, right, or both screens 4. Session end Select system shutdown from home screen, and then yes on the shutdown screen. Blu-Ray Insert disk to Blu-Ray player and select Blu- Ray Mic Setup To adjust mic pickup volume, select mic setup and use controls
Lecture Theatre User Guide – Additional Controls – Volume and Lighting Volume To control the speaker volume, use the arrows on the panel edge. The volume level displays on the home screen. Lighting To control the room lighting, press the light bulb on the panel edge. The lighting control screen will appear. For telephone or in- person assistance, use the phone on the pod and select Option 2 1. Using the volume control 2. Using the Room Lighting Control To adjust the speaker volume, use the up and down volume control buttons from the right hand side of the touch screen To adjust the lighting from the podium, select the lighting control page from the button on the right hand side of the touch screen 3. Using the Revolabs Roving Mics To activate the mic, remove from base station The mic will mute automatically until you press the mute button and then release. The mic will flash green every 1.5 seconds while it is unmuted and in operation Red flashes means the mic is paired but muted. You can hold the mic or wear it round your neck using the lanyard. Ensure the it is resting with the mic end upwards Please ensure you replace the mic in the base unit after use
Lecture Theatre User Guide – Using the Visualiser and PowerPoint Remote 1. Using the visualiser 2. Using the PowerPoint Remote Place a document on the working surface. Select the visualiser option from the home screen and turn on the visualiser by lifting camera arm. The remote is kept in a fabric case next to the PC in the rack. The remote operates when using PowerPoint slides and does not control the touch screen or podium in any other way Move slides forwards and backwards Laser pointer Blank the screen Launch the slideshow Zoom in and out using the wheel Freeze the current image On/off button Turn the light on and off Turn autofocus on and off (please leave this on). The arrow beside the key indicates if this is on or off Extern key – not in operation Turn off the visualiser after use by lowering the camera arm Turn off the remote after use with the button on the side. Please put the remote back in it’s case and return to slot beside the PC in the rack. For telephone or in-person assistance, use the phone on the pod and select Option 2 Please remember to write only on paper and not on the visualiser surface
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