|Hide onscreen text
To hide the onscreen text and save the settings, see Call preferences > Hide or show the user interface.
||Press to mute audio to the far end. When enabled, appears. If audio at the far end is muted, appears.
||Select > to mute video to the far end. When enabled, appears.
|Show picture in picture
||Select > to show picture in picture video during a call. When enabled, appears. This setting persists across calls. If enabled during a call, PIP remains enabled for subsequent calls.
|Change the call and presentation layout
||Select or and navigate to the desired layout. is not available if the call has only one available layout. Learn more about managing calls hosted by a Lifesize MCU and presenting.
Lifesize Cloud users: you can change the layout only when a presentation is active.
|Move the cameras
||During a call, select to adjust the near end camera. Select to adjust the far end camera. Learn more about controlling cameras.
|Swap camera input
(Icon 600 and 800 only)
|If two cameras are connected on Icon 600 or 800, select or to swap the primary camera input.
Selecting adjusts the current camera:
- Icon 600: By default, the HD camera is the primary input, camera 1, and the DVI camera is camera 2. Presentations are not available with two connected cameras.
- Icon 800: By default, DVI 1 is the primary input.
|Change camera input
(Icon 800 only)
|If three or more devices are connected, select to change the primary input. You can select any input, 1 through 4, as the primary or secondary source.
You can also select any input source to display on the primary and secondary displays when not in a call. Select Dual in Preferences > Appearance > Physical Display Arrangement.
|Use the keypad
||Select to show a keypad to enter tones.
|Show caller information
||Select > to show details about the caller, including the system name and number, and call statistics, including the call type and protocol, connection time, and direction of the call.
|Show recording information
||Select (or > with the remote control) while recording with UVC Video Center to show video and audio statistics of the recording stream.
|End the call