Our company uses a set of HDX6000's to video conference to another facility. We have a technical issue.
When we have a video conference, the people and background on the other side show on our screen with a green color.
The green color is glaring but on EXACTLY half the screen. It's as though the right side of the camera turns the whites into greens and pink colors on everything. What is strange is that it only happens on the right side of the screen.
Any help will be appreciated.
It sounds like the green screen is coming from the farend which indicated a problem at their site. You can test your site by performing a 'Near end Loop' which is found under System>Diagnostics>Network. This will cause the system to call itself internally, it does not use the network. You should hear and see your self.
If the test looks good have someone at the other site call Polycom Support (888) 248 4143. We will advise them to perform the same test in addition to some other tests if needed.
just in case that you are outside of the USA the International support numbers can be found => here <=
We did the "Near End" view on the Polycom and the green glare issue appears to be local to that site. The attached photo shows the tech in front of the Polycom with HALF the screen with the green glare issue. Does that end identify the issue? Do we think this is a camera issue, and does that mean the camera has to be repaired?
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