Push To Talk Mode Video Conferencing Equipment

5 Aug

Push To Talk Mode Video Conferencing Equipment

  1. To enter Push to Talk Mode during an active Australian video conference, select the “Push to Talk” tab from the FaceConferencing taskbar.
  2. Select the check box next to “Enable Push to Talk” within the Push to Talk window.
  3. In Push to Talk, your microphone is automatically muted when you are NOT pressing the “Hold Down To Talk” button. Green indicates your audio is being transmitted, while red means it is not. Click & hold the “Hold Down to Talk” button when you want to transmit your audio (green) and let go when you are done speaking (red).
  4. To end Push to Talk Mode, deselect the check box next to “Enable Push to Talk” within the Push to Talk window or click the red “x” in the Push to Talk window to exit out of the Push to Talk function.

Note: Push to Talk is ideal when there is a lot of ambient background noise or when conferencing in loud or distracting environments.

Joint Web-Browsing

This feature allows you to browse the Internet in unison with fellow conference Participants.

  1. During a conference, select the “Joint Browsing” tab from the FaceConferencing task bar. A “Joint Browsing” tab will appear in the “Stage” panel of the FaceConferencing program.
  2. On the right side of the “Joint Browsing” address bar, located at the top of the “Stage” panel, you can assign which conference Participant will control the group browsing session by selecting the desired Participant from the “Browsing Director” dropdown box. The “Browsing Director” can be re-assigned to any Participant during the Joint Web-Browsing session.
  3. Within the “Joint Browsing” address bar, type in the URL for the webpage you wish to visit. All conference Participants will now see the same webpage in their “Stage” panel. The assigned Browsing Director is able to navigate through the visited webpage(s).

Conference Recording

All communications and functions that have taken place during a conference can be recorded and archived for later use with this FaceConferencing feature.

  1. During a conference, select the “Recording” tab from the FaceConferencing task bar.
  2. Click on the “Target” button to designate a file name and location for the conference data to be stored on your local hard drive. By default, FaceConferencing will store conference recording files in the “My Conference Recordings” folder.
  3. Click on the “Start” button to begin recording.
  4. The Recorder only records conference information from participants who agreed to allow their contributions to be recorded. In the “Recording State/Acceptance Table” box, you can select and see who is allowing their contributions to be recorded.

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