So you don't want to see the far-end on the screen, just the local camera input? As far as I know, there is no way to hide the far-end video while a connected video conference session is in progress. If you were using an MCU or TelePresence Server, you could mute the outgoing video to the SX20, but other than that, don't think what you're looking for is possible.
If you just want to record what the SX20 sends out to its main monitor to a second screen/recorder, you could just use something like a DA2 to duplicate the audio/video that is played locally.
In addition to what Patrick has said about the video from the local camera though - you're also not going to get the local audio through the monitor output - only the far end - so, again, this may not be what you're wanting if you're looking to record the whole video conference (audio and video from both ends).
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