If you are receiving timed camera images presented by someone else, they may be shown in a hotCam window. You can print, save and resize the hotCam window with the hotCom Window Controls.
About the hotCam Window
Where does the hotCam window appear?
If the room is configured as an unmoderated room, or the presenter is a regular user, the hotCam window is automatically minimized.
If it is minimized, double-click on the entry in your Windows taskbar labeled "S1-hotCam", or right-click on that entry and select Restore.
What size is it when it arrives?
Are my hotCam window settings saved?
If you completely close the hotCam window, you must disconnect from the room and re-join it in order to get the image back again.
If you lose the hotCam window completely, click View and then Cascade Windows on Primary, to put all hotComm windows in the middle of your primary monitor. (If you do not have a View menu, right-click the headset icon and select Cascade Windows on Primary.)
hotCam Window Controls
These controls are accessible from the toolbar described below. You can also select them by right-clicking the hotCam icon in the window titlebar and selecting from a menu.
Resizing ExamplesResize image by increment, fixed frame
Resize the image by an increment selected from the Sizing menu, with fixed frame size. If the Frame Resize button is OUT (as this example is), the image size changes but the frame size does not change. If the image is too large for the frame, scroll bars appear.
Resize image by increment, frame resizes to fit image
Resize the image by an increment selected from the Sizing menu. If the Frame Resize button is IN (as this is), the frame size changes to fit the image.
Resize image to fit fixed frame
Auto-Resize image with fixed frame size (Frame button OUT). Switch the image between the size shown in the Sizing Menu and a size that fits the frame as best possible. The entire image is visible, scaled to one side of the frame. Some dithering may occur. The frame size does not change.
Resize image automatically as you resize the frame
Auto-Resize the image with frame resize (Frame button IN). Resize the frame, and the image resizes automatically with the frame. Some dithering may occur.
Resize image automatically by increment as you resize frame
The Zoom Lock button acts like the Auto-Resize button, except that the image is resized in even increments to reduce dithering.
Updated: December 12, 2008