LC 108 Classroom AV Instructions

Tags LC108

LC108 Audience Perspective

LC108 Touch Panel

To turn on the Projector

  • Press the DISPLAY ON button on the Crestron Touch Panel
  • Please do not press any other buttons while DISPLAY ON is blinking
  • The screen will lower automatically

To display the Computer

  • Power on the computer and log in
  • On the Crestron Touch Panel, press the PC button
  • DVDs may be played through the computer

To display the Document Camera

  • Press the Doc Camera button on the Crestron Touch Panel
  • The document camera will turn on automatically

To display a Laptop

  • Power on laptop
  • Connect your laptop to the VGA cable and 1/8" mini audio cable
  • On the Crestron Touch Panel, press the Laptop button
  • A LAN cable is provided if wireless is not used
  • If your laptop does not display correctly on the screen, press the Auto Image button

To display an image from an HDMI source

  • HDMI and port is provided on the connection panel located at the front of the desk, above the computer
  • Connect your equipment
  • On the Crestron Touch Panel, press the HDMI button

To play audio from your Phone or iPad/iPod

  • Connect your device to the laptop audio cable
  • Select Laptop on the button panel

Lecture Capture / Mediasite

  • This room has technology capable of recording your lecture, event, or conference called Mediasite
  • To learn about this technology, click here to read Mediasite Overview
  • To do a Mediasite recording, Request Mediasite Support

Other Information

  • ​​​​​​The Blank button will project a black screen until it is pressed a second time​​
  • The Freeze will freeze an image on the screen until it is pressed a second time
  • While another image is projected, you may choose Computer to Monitor to view the computer at the instructor's desk
  • Lighting Controls are on the bottom row
  • Volume is adjusted by a knob on the Crestron Touch Panel
  • Use the up and down buttons on the Five Way Navigation Pad to manually control the screen
  • At the end of class, press the DISPLAY OFF button to turn off the projector
  • Shut down the computer at the end of class
  • Never touch the ceiling mounted LCD projector - it is alarmed

For more information, walk in to the Service Desk in Humanities 103 or call 845-257-HELP (4357).
To request technology assistance and support, submit a ticket.
For a one-on-one demonstration of classroom AV technology, request an orientation.
For AV technology support for your event or conference, request event/conference support.


Article ID: 24447
Tue 2/7/17 4:41 PM
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