Chapter 5: Conference Presenter Conferencing User Guide
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5.5 Setting Sharing Resolution
By default, the entire desktop is shared using the resolution configured for the display of the
sharing computer.
For example, if the resolution of the sharing computer is 1280×1024, the resolution of the
shared desktop is 1280×1024.
Participants using displays set for a different resolution experience resolution mismatch.
Participants using higher resolution receive the image as sent, with reduced detail. Participants
using lower resolution may experience degraded image quality.
To accommodate lower resolution, Presenter allows participants to temporarily override the
display resolution settings of the sharing computer. When the override is invoked, Presenter
changes the current display resolution. When Presenter is closed, the resolution reverts to the
configured setting.
The image exported by Presenter is displayed in a frame in the Web conference session page.
5.5.1 Change Resolution of ShoreTel Presenter for Windows
Step 1 Click Show Menu.
The menu is displayed.
Step 2 Select My Screen Resolution > resolution value.
The resolution value applies to the conference.
The screen refreshes to the selected resolution.
Images on the desktop are recalibrated to the new resolution.
Participants see the sharing area.
If necessary, resize the presented application to ensure that participants can see an
entire image.
All opened applications are automatically resized to the new resolution.
5.5.2 Change Resolution of ShoreTel Presenter for Java
Step 1 Click Show Menu.
The menu is displayed.
Step 2 Select Sharing Size > resolution value.
The resolution value applies to the conference.
The screen refreshes to the selected resolution.
Images on the desktop are recalibrated to the new resolution.
Participants see the sharing area.
If necessary, resize the presented application to ensure that participants can see an
entire image.
All opened applications are automatically resized to the new resolution.
The resolution of the sharing computer is unaffected.
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