THE CONTROLS

POWER ON: Turns the TV and Speakers on in the family room

LIVE:  Live auditorium feed
This input is the main source for weekend services.

CH Up and Down: Switches the TV input to MATV
This should not be used in either family room

VGA/HDMI:  These sources are used when running presentations in the family rooms.  The input jacks are located on the wall plate beneath the TVs

TV VOLUME:  Controls volume of audio playing on screen
Volume level for weekend services should be set to the 4th bar.

AUTO MIC and LINE VOLUME: These inputs are used when running presentations in the family rooms.  The input jacks are located on the wall plate beneath the TV.

 
 

HOOPING UP A COMPUTER FOR PRESENTATION

 

1. Connect your system

Connect the HDMI or VGA/Audio cable into the wall outlet and macbook.

If you're using HDMI, bot video AND audio pass through the same cable.  
If you're using VGA, you ALSO need an 1/8" audio cable to pass audio to the speakers.

Crestron Wall Plate

Power on the TV and the Crestron by pressing 'POWER ON'.  Once the TV has powered up, press HDMI.  This will change the input of the TV to the HDMI input in the wall plate.  To adjust volume, press "TV VOLUME" and adjust volume knob accordingly.  (If you're using VGA, you will select VGA input)


Mac Display Preferences

Once you have connected your macbook, the TV will read as a 'display'

There are two different way to use the display, mirrored or as a separate display.  In the upper right hand toolbar, press the display 'square/triangle' icon, in the drop down select the desired mode.  For Powerpoint and ProPresenter use as separate display.

Mirrored
This will mirror whatever is being displayed on the macbook to the TV.

Separate Display
This will treat the TV as a separate display and will essentially 'extend' the desktop to this monitor.