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Using The Display Control; What Is "broadcast Mode - Sony PCS-G70 Operating Instructions Manual

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Using the Display Control

During a multipoint videoconference with the MCU software installed in the
communication Terminal you can control the following operations.

What is "Broadcast Mode"?

You can use the "Split", "Split (Fixed)", "Voice Activate" and "Broadcast"
Split mode
This mode allows display of the pictures from the connected remote terminals
and the picture of the local terminal by splitting the monitor screen.
The display is split into six, regardless of the number of terminals. You can
also use "Automatic" to split the screen into four or six depending on the
number of terminals. When there are up to three terminals, the display is
automatically split into four. When there are four or five terminals, the display
is automatically split into six.
Pictures A to C or A to E appear in connection order.
Four-split window
Picture A
Picture B
Picture on the local
Picture C
• When the six-split window is displayed, the system detects the terminal including the
loudest sound among all the terminals and displays the picture of that terminal in the
lower right window. The picture on the local site is then displayed in the window
where the picture of the detected terminal was displayed.
• If you switch the broadcast mode from Split mode to Voice Activate mode in which
a picture of a specified terminal is shown in full screen during communication, the
location of Pictures A to E will be changed when the Split mode is restored.
• When the six-split window is displayed, the picture on the local site is always
displayed in the lower right window.
• When your system is in the Split or Split (Fixed) mode, you cannot control the camera
on any connected remote terminals.
Six-split window
Picture A
Picture D
Picture E
Using the Display Control
Picture B
Picture C
Picture on the local site


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