122 Bevier Hall - How to control front-facing Vaddio webcam

The 122 Bevier Hall smart classroom is equipped with two webcams: one facing the students (fixed), and one facing the instructors (front-facing). Learn how to use the remote to control the Vaddio front-facing webcam.



The Vaddio webcam in 122 is controlled exclusively by a small remote.

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To operate the camera, first make sure the Crestron system is powered on, and press the IR 1 button on the remote.

vaddio-remote-IR1

To zoom in and out, press the - and + buttons on the remote.

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The webcam can be moved from side to side and up and down to follow a moving instructor and/or to better frame a presenter.

To move the webcam, use the directional buttons on the remote.

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When the Crestron system is turned off, the webcam will automatically shut down and store itself. You do not need to power it off.

Remember: if the webcam doesn't respond, even if the LED light is blinking, try pressing IR 1 on the remote to restore communication.

If you have any questions or run into any unexpected issues, please feel free to contact ACES Admin IT at techsupport@aces.illinois.edu or 217-244-0477.



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Owner:Allison P.Group:University of Illinois - ACES
Created:2017-03-29 13:59 CDTUpdated:2017-10-06 11:39 CDT
Sites:University of Illinois - ACES
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