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SX20 and Sharing Presentations

doug-curror
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Beginner

Hi all,

I have a couple of questions about how the SX20 shares presentations - the setup will be the following - 2 offices each with the following:

SX20 installed and a single screen

video input through HDMI and presentation input (laptop) through the VDI-I

WAN is tbd based on the required BW

With a video call in progress, when a presentation is launched from one end, that end can have a split screen with the video and presentation both showing - what does the far end receive?

Can the far end manipulate their display (are they receiving 2 video flows), or is it a single video flow based on what the originating end sends out?

What is the outbound BW requirement on the originating end (is it the sum of the video and the presentation flows)?

Thanks!                  

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Pratik Sachdeva
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Far-end receives two seperate video streams and you should be able to switch between different layouts on far-end to change the view on monitor.

The call bandwidth will always be less than the default bandwidth allocated while placing the call. When presentation is shared, unit automatically adjusts the bandwidth and the ratio in which the bandwidth gets distributed among main feed and presentation is defined by configuration. By default, it is 5:5 (1:1).

Hope this answers your query.

BR,

PS

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Pratik Sachdeva
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Far-end receives two seperate video streams and you should be able to switch between different layouts on far-end to change the view on monitor.

The call bandwidth will always be less than the default bandwidth allocated while placing the call. When presentation is shared, unit automatically adjusts the bandwidth and the ratio in which the bandwidth gets distributed among main feed and presentation is defined by configuration. By default, it is 5:5 (1:1).

Hope this answers your query.

BR,

PS

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