Once Classroom Capture (CCAP) is installed and has been assigned to a room, you can configure the device input settings for the room.
Room configuration, described below, defines which devices will be used to capture each input type (audio, video, display, second video). The input to be captured for each class (i.e., A/D/V or A/V) is configured on the capture schedule.
To set classroom capture defaults:
The capture input section of the Configure Room page allows you to select which devices will be used to capture each input type. Your options include all of the installed capture devices (cameras, microphones, and display inputs) that have been installed on the machine and are detected by CCAP.
CCAP must always capture audio. If there is no audio input device installed on the CCAP machine, your captures will fail. By default, CCAP uses the integrated microphone on the PC (if one is detected).
When you configure a capture for the room (scheduled or one-time), you can select what inputs you want to capture. The Room configurations described here identify which devices are used for each input type.
NOTE: These settings only identify the device to be used for an input; the capture configuration identifies what inputs to capture.
To set the audio input device
To set the display input device
To set the primary video input device
In the Display/Video section of the Configure Room dialog box, enable the Video slider, then use the drop-down list to select the video device you want to use.
To set the secondary video input device
In the Secondary Video section of the Configure Room dialog box, enable the Video slider, then use the drop-down list to select the video device you want to use.
NOTE: The Secondary Video section of the Configure Room dialog box does not appear unless the Primary Video slider is enabled.