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What is the xCommand for switching VideoConference Source

Hi All,

We have a C60 VTC. I know how to change the source for the presentation mode, but I could not find the xCommand for changing the InputSource during a videoconference. There are some commands about changing the far end input source. On the web control of C60, under "Call Control" I can choose the Main Camera or another input that we defined.

I am sure this is a very commonly used feature, but I am new to this field, so please bear with me.

Thanks,

Sinan

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Re: What is the xCommand for switching VideoConference Source

Hi Sinan,

To change default presentation source you can use this command:

xConfiguration Video DefaultPresentationSource: <1/2/3>

Additionally, you can start a presentation and select the source. Use this command:

xCommand Presentation Start PresentationSource:<1..3>

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Paulo Souza

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What is the xCommand for switching VideoConference Source

Hi Paulo,

I know the command for starting a presentation and changing the source for presentation source, but what I am looking to get is the source that I select during a VideoConference call. If you are familiar with the web interface of C60, you know that there is a "Call Control" page and on that page two different views: on the left the videoconference source selection, on the right presentation mode source selection. I need to know the command that corresponds to the drop down box selections on the left side.

Thanks,

Sinan

Re: What is the xCommand for switching VideoConference Source

Hey Sinan,

Now I got your point, you are talking about the main video source and not presentation source. Try to use this command:

xConfiguration Video MainVideoSource: <1/2/3>

Regards

Paulo Souza

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