I work for an organization with six Codian bridges and hundreds of Tandberg/Cisco conferencing units. These units range in age from several years old to brand new.
Our organization does hundreds of video conferences per week, and one issue we've run into as of late is when HD codecs are added into the conferencing network. Basically all our bridges have to be set to "4:3 Resolutions Only" or else 4:3 participants are stretched out to 16:9. However, 16:9 participants are then cut off on the sides, which is fine for camera shots but computer images/presentations are then restricted.
Is there some setting we are missing that will allow both 4:3 and 16:9 resolutions to both appear in a conference as they should? Is there a way to tell the system to letterbox a 16:9 image within a 4:3 frame for those participants who are still only able to receive a 4:3 signal? Or a way to force 4:3 images to remain 4:3 when the bridge is set to either "16:9 resolutions only" or "allow all resolutions"?
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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