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Contents iiContentsAbout This Guide. 7Related Documents. 7Getting Started.8Hardware of VCR11 Remote Control. 8Introduction of VCR11 Remote Control. 9Entering Characters by Remote Control. 10CTP20 Touch Panel. 12Using Onscreen Keyboard of CTP20. 12CP960 Conference Phone. 13Introduction of CP960 Conference Phone. 13Entering Characters by CP960.14Familiarizing with the Idle Screen. 17Idle Screen.17Idle Screen of CTP20.18Idle Screen of CP960. 20CP960 Control Center/Notification Center. 20Familiarizing with Icons. 21Icons on the Monitor/CTP20. 21Icons on CP960.24Running the Setup Wizard. 25Powering on the System. 25Powering off the System. 25Putting the System to Sleep. 26Waking up the System. 26Calling. 26Placing a Call by Entering a Number. 26Dialing the Number by Remote Control. 27Dialing the Number by CP960. 27Dialing the Number by CTP20. 27Editing Numbers Before Calling. 27Editing Numbers Before Calling by CP960. 28Placing Calls to Contacts. 28Placing Calls to Contacts by Remote Control.28Placing Calls to Contacts by CP960. 28Placing Calls to Contacts by CTP20.28Placing Calls from Call History. 29Placing a Call from the Call History by Remote Control. 29Placing a Call from the Call History by CP960. 29Placing a Call from the Call History by CTP20.29Answering Calls. 29Manually Answering Calls. 30Answering a Call Automatically When not in a Call. 30Answering Multiple Calls Automatically. 30Muting Automatically Answered Calls. 31DND (Do Not Disturb). 31

Contents iiiEnabling DND When Not in a Call by Remote Control.32Enabling DND When Not in a Call by CP960.32Enabling DND When Not in a Call by CTP20.32Enabling DND in a Call by Remote Control.32Enabling DND in a Call by CP960. 32Enabling DND in a Call by CTP20.33Rejecting Incoming Calls.33Ending Calls. 33Local Video Conference (Built-in MCU). 33Initiating a Local Video Conference. 34Initiating a Conference by Dialing a Group. 34Initiating a Conference by Inviting Contacts.35Controlling the Local Video Conference. 36Muting/Unmuting a Conference Participant by CP960. 36Muting/Unmuting a Participant by CP960. 36Turning off the Local Camera.36Controlling Participants Cameras by CTP20.37Removing Conference Participants. 37Ending the Local Video Conference.38Switching Platform Quickly by CTP20.39Using the Yealink VC Cloud Management Service Platform. 39Initiating Meet Now Conferences. 40Viewing Scheduled Conferences.40Joining Scheduled Conferences.40Joining a Scheduled Conference from the Conference Reminder. 41Joining a Scheduled Conference from the Conference Schedule.41Joining a Scheduled Conference from the Notification Center. 41Going to Virtual Meeting Room. 41Joining a VMR by Remote Control. 42Joining a VMR by CP960.42Joining a VMR by CTP20. 42Joining Conferences by Dialing the Conference ID. 42Using CTP20 to Dial the Conference ID. 42Using the Remote Control to Dial the Conference ID. 43Conference Control of Yealink Cloud Video Conferences.43Inviting Participants.44Removing Participants. 45Locking/Unlocking the Conference by CTP20.46Allowing/Rejecting Participants to Join the Conference by CTP20. 46Switching Roles between Moderator and Guest. 47Switching Free Speak and Raise Hand Mode by CTP20. 47Applying for Speaking.47Managing the Speaking Application. 47Blocking/Unblocking Audio by CTP20. 48Muting/Unmuting All Participants.48Muting/Unmuting a Participant. 48Controlling Participants Cameras by CTP20.49Enabling/Disabling Participant Cameras by CTP20. 49Setting/Cancelling the Spotlight Video. 49Changing the Meeting Layout. 50

Contents ivViewing the Message List. 50Leaving the Conference. 51Ending the Conference.51Group Chat and Private Chat in the Conference.52Creating a Group Chat by CTP20.52Creating a Private Chat by CTP20. 52Enabling/Disabling Message Preview During a Conference by CTP20.52Using Yealink Meeting Server. 53Initiating Meet Now Conferences. 54Joining Scheduled Conferences.54Joining a Scheduled Conference from the Conference Reminder. 54Joining a Scheduled Conference from the Conference Schedule.55Joining a Scheduled Conference from the Notification Center. 55Joining the VMR.55Joining a VMR by Remote Control. 55Joining a VMR by CP960.56Joining a VMR by CTP20. 56Joining Conferences by Dialing the Conference ID. 56Using CTP20 to Dial the Conference ID. 56Watching the Live Broadcast by Scanning the Code.57Viewing Scheduled Conferences.57Conference Control of YMS Video Conferences. 57Inviting Participants.59Removing Participants. 59Locking/Unlocking the Conference by CTP20.60Allowing/Rejecting Participants to Join the Conference by CTP20. 60Appointing a Lecturer. 61Switching Roles between Moderator and Guest. 61Applying for Speaking.61Managing the Speaking Application. 62Blocking/Unblocking Audio by CTP20. 62Muting/Unmuting All Participants.62Muting/Unmuting a Participant. 63Enabling or Disabling Participant Cameras by CTP20.63Controlling Participants Cameras by CTP20.63Changing the Meeting Layout. 64View the message list. 64Leaving the Conference. 65Ending Conferences. 65Using the Third-Party Video Conference Platforms. 66Content Sharing.66Sharing Content with VCH50/VCH51 Video Conferencing Hub. 67Sharing Content When not in a Call. 67Stopping Sharing Content When not in a Call. 68Sharing Content in a Call.68Stopping Sharing Content in a Call. 68Using WPP20 Wireless Presentation Pod. 69Sharing Content via WPP20. 69Switching the Shared Content via WPP20.69Stopping Sharing Content via WPP20. 70

Contents vSharing Content via Apple Device. 70Sharing Content via Apple Device. 70Stopping Sharing Content via Apple Device. 71Controlling the Shared Content by CTP20. 72Introduction of CTP20 Note Toolbar.73Presenting by CTP20. 74Making Notes on the Content by CTP20. 74Controlling the PC Content by CTP20. 74Switching to Local Sharing by CTP20. 74Stopping Presentation by CTP20. 74Using the Whiteboard Feature. 75Introduction of the Whiteboard Toolbar. 75Initiating the Whiteboard.77Importing an Existing Whiteboard during a Call. 77Saving/Sharing Whiteboard Source Files. 77Setting/Canceling as the Whiteboard Collaboration Speaker. 78Stopping the Whiteboard Follow. 79Using Multiple CTP20s for Collaboration.79Using WPP20 Wireless Presentation Pod. 79Introduction of the WPP20 Whiteboard Note Toolbar. 80Introduction of WPP20 Note Toolbar. 80Receiving Shared Whiteboard or Content. 81Initiating Whiteboard Sharing on WPP20. 81Saving the Content or Whiteboard Picture Locally via WPP20. 82Saving/Sharing Whiteboard Source Files via WPP20. 82Importing the Whiteboard Source File via WPP20. 83Importing an Existing Whiteboard during a Call via WPP20. 83Configuring Camera Settings.83Control a camera.83Adjusting Cameras When not in a Call by Remote Control. 84Adjusting Cameras When not in a Call by CP960. 84Adjusting Cameras in a Call by Remote Control. 84Controlling Cameras by CP960 during a Call. 84Adjusting Cameras by CTP20. 84Camera Presets.85Storing a Camera Preset.85Adjusting the Local Camera to a Preset. 85Updating the Stored Preset.86Editing the Stored Preset. 86Deleting the Stored Preset. 86Allowing the Remote System to Control Your Camera. 86Enabling Far Control Near Camera by Remote Control.87Enabling Far Control Near Camera by CTP20.87Local Screen Layout. 87Available Screen Layouts. 87Single Screen Layouts. 88

Dual Screen Layout.89Layouts of Multiple Display Devices.90Local Camera Layout. 90Changing the Camera Layout by CP960. 91Changing the Camera Layout by CTP20. 91Changing the Local Screen Layout.91Specifying Content to the Secondary Screen.91Specifying Content to the Secondary Screen by Remote Control. 91Specifying Content to the Secondary Screen by CTP20. 92Recording Videos and Taking Screenshots.92Recording Videos. 92Recording Local Videos.92Recording Server Videos.94Taking Screenshots. 95Capturing Screenshots by Remote Control.95Capturing Screenshots by CP960. 95Capturing Screenshots by CTP20.96Managing Videos and Screenshots. 96Viewing Screenshots. 96Viewing Local Recorded Videos.96Copying the Screenshot from the Local Storage to the USB Flash Drive. 97Copying the Video from the Local Storage to the USB Flash Drive.97Deleting Screenshots.97Deleting Local Recorded Videos. 97Basic Settings. 97Configuring the Audio Settings. 98Adjusting the Volume.98Configuring Key Tone. 98Enabling Silent Mode.99Muting the Microphone. 99Configuring Video Settings.100Adjusting the Monitor Display Proportion. 100Video Input Source. 100Setting the Wallpaper for CTP20 and VCS Codec. 101Setting the CTP20 Brightness.101Using CPE90 Wired Expansion Microphones.102Placing CPE90 Wired Expansion Microphones. 102Muting or Unmuting the Microphone.102Using the CPW90-BT Bluetooth Wireless Microphones with VCS.102Muting or Unmuting the Microphone.103

About This Guide 7About This GuideThank you for choosing the Yealink Full HD video conferencing system.It supports 1080P full HD video conferencing and includes outstanding features such as good compatibility,easy deployment and intelligent network adaptability. With the video conferencing system, the enterprisescan solve the video conferencing dilemma they face, and the users can experience high-quality videoconferences, as well as rich and reliable data-cooperation.This guide is applicable to the following models: VC880 video conferencing system: suitable for large meeting rooms.PVT980 video conferencing system: suitable for meeting control rooms or lecture halls with cabinet.VC800 video conferencing system and VC500 (Pro)/PVT950 video conferencing endpoint: suitable formedium meeting room.VC200 video conferencing endpoint: suitable for huddle rooms.This guide can help you to quickly use your video conferencing system. Before you set up and use thephone, check with your system administrator that the IP network is ready for phone configuration and readthe Quick Start Guide in the product package. Related DocumentsRelated DocumentsThe following table lists the documents available for the video conferencing system.NameContentsWhere tofindLanguageYealink VC880 Full HD Video ConferencingSystem Quick Start GuideYealink VC800 Full HD Video ConferencingSystem Quick Start GuideYealink VC500 Full HD Video ConferencingEndpoint Quick Start GuideY

PVT980 video conferencing system: suitable for meeting control rooms or lecture halls with cabinet. VC800 video conferencing system and VC500 (Pro)/PVT950 video conferencing