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Transcript of the 'HDi Edge - Operating the panel' video

This is the transcript of the 'HDi Edge - Operating the panel' video


Operating the HDi interactive panel is easy to do with the quick access buttons on the front, the onscreen controls, or the remote control. The control panel on the front of the board has a power button to turn the board on or off. There is an additional main power switch on the back. There is a source button to swap between different inputs. The menu button will bring up the settings menu on the screen, where you can swap between different connected devices. The volume plus, and the volume minus buttons will control the volume of the MLD speakers.

There are buttons to change channel, access the optional onboard PC, and enter an eco-saving mode. The home button will bring up the home screen. The homepage has links to a native Whiteboarding tool and a handy reference guide. The sidebar menu can be easily accessed from either side of the panel by pressing the single vertical line icon. Here, you also have an icon to access the homepage. The pencil icon will open the native Whiteboarding tool. The computer icon opens the optional OPS.

Next is the sound and display settings menu. The cable connection icon takes you to a menu where you can see all available inputs. The three small rectangles open the application management, and the arrow takes you back to a previous menu opened. To hide the sidebar, simply tap on the double arrows at the top of the bar. On the remote control, you'll find many of the same functions as on the front panel. Some useful additional functions include extra navigation keys to move through the onscreen menus and okay to confirm an action.

Use the yellow button to freeze the screen. This is useful if you wish to perform other actions or tasks on your connected device without your class or audience viewing. Use the green mute button to silence the speakers. Don't forget to make sure you keep the remote in a handy place for you to access.

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