Your self-view shows what others see from your room or desk device in a call. You can use it to confirm that they see what you want them to see.

From time to time, you may want to have your self-view activated during the meeting. This way you can ensure that you remain seen on the screen.

It may happen that the current position of the self-view blocks important parts of the image on your screen. You may therefore want to move it to another place on your screen. This can be done from your touch screen or with a remote control depending on your room or desk device.

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Tap the Camera icon and select Selfview. You can now see your self-view on the screen.




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Use the camera settings to pan, tilt, and zoom the camera position to get the camera view you want.


Tap the Maximize and Minimize icon to toggle between the PiP image and full-screen image.

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When you're in a call you can change the location of your self-view on your screen.


In the call menu on the Touch 10, press the self-view icon and drag and drop it to change the location. You can select between six predefined locations.

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To close the self-view, tap the Camera icon and deselect Selfview.

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Tap the Selfview icon. You can now see your self-view on the screen.


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You can change the location of your self-view on your screen. Press the self-view icon and drag and drop it to change the location. You can select between six predefined locations.


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To close the self-view, tap the Selfview icon again.

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Navigate to the camera icon in the upper right corner on the home screen and select it with the remote control’s OK button.


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Select Pin Selfview icon to turn self-view on. Select the Minimize/Maximize icon to toggle between PiP and full screen self-view.


Select the camera icon in the Camera Control menu to get access to the zoom control and the pan and tilt wheel. Use these to adjust the camera position.



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To close the self-view, go to the Camera control menu and deselect Pin Selfview.