IFP52-1C Pre-installed Applications

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    myViewBoard Whiteboard

    A digital whiteboarding application.

    NOTE: To learn more about myViewBoard Whiteboard, visit: https://wiki.myviewboard.com/Whiteboard_for_Android.
    MVB Whiteboard.png

    Floating Toolbar

    Item Description
    Whiteboard Icon Floating Toolbar Move Toolbar.svg
    Move Move the Floating Toolbar.
    Whiteboard Icon Floating Toolbar Present Mode.svg
    Present Mode Switch between presentation and preparation modes.
    Whiteboard Icon Floating Toolbar Paste from Clipboard.svg
    Paste from Clipboard Insert the current clipboard content onto the canvas.
    Whiteboard Icon Floating Toolbar Previous Page.svg
    Previous Page Go to the previous page (if the canvas has multiple pages).
    Whiteboard Icon Floating Toolbar Next Page.svg
    Next Page Go to the next page (if the canvas has multiple pages).
    Whiteboard Icon Floating Toolbar New Page.svg
    New Page Add a new canvas.
    Whiteboard Icon Floating Toolbar Pages in Whiteboard.svg
    Pages in Whiteboard Create, select, rearrange, copy and delete pages.

    Main Toolbar

    Item Description
    Whiteboard Icon Screen Capture.svg
    Screen Capture Screenshot, video, and audio recording.
    Whiteboard Icon Move Toolbar.svg
    Move Select and hold to move the toolbar to the left side, right side, or bottom of the screen.
    Whiteboard Icon File.svg
    File Open, save, export, and print whiteboard files.
    Whiteboard Icon Magic Box.svg
    Magic Box Import resources (image, video, audio, etc.) to the whiteboard.
    Whiteboard Icon Embedded Browser.svg
    Embedded Browser Open the built-in browser to access internet resources, which can be dragged onto the canvas.
    Whiteboard Icon Infinite Canvas.svg
    Infinite Canvas Drag to move the canvas. Use two hands to zoom in/zoom out. Select again for an overview.
    Whiteboard Icon Selection.svg
    Selection Select objects, text, and other elements on the canvas.
    Whiteboard Icon Pen.svg
    Pen Writing tools and customization options.
    Whiteboard Icon Eraser.svg
    Eraser Erase objects or clear the page.
    Whiteboard Icon Shapes and Lines.svg
    Shapes and Lines Draw shapes, arrows, and add tables.
    Whiteboard Icon Text and Handwriting.svg
    Text and Handwriting Add a text box.
    Whiteboard Icon Undo.svg
    Undo Undo the previous action.
    Whiteboard Icon Redo.svg
    Redo Redo the previous action.

    Background Management

    Item Description
    Whiteboard Icon Background Management Sign in.svg
    Sign In Sign in to a myViewBoard account.
    Whiteboard Icon Background Management Background Management.svg
    Background Management Change the canvas background.
    Whiteboard Icon Background Management FollowMe Setting.svg
    FollowMe Setting Display custom images uploaded to a cloud storage account.
    Whiteboard Icon Background Management Color Palette.svg
    Color Palette Choose from solid or gradient colors as the background.
    Whiteboard Icon Background Management Pre-Installed.svg
    Pre-installed Choose backgrounds that come pre-installed with Whiteboard.
    Whiteboard Icon Background Management MVB Originals.svg
    myViewBoard Originals Display original content created by myViewBoard.
    Whiteboard Icon Background Management Local Harddrive.svg
    Local Hard Drive Use images from the local hard drive.

    vCast

    Working with ViewBoard® Cast software (vCast, vCast Pro, and vCastSender), the vCast application will allow the ViewBoard to receive laptop screens (Windows/Mac/Chrome) and mobile (iOS/Android) users’ screens, photos, videos, annotations, and camera(s) that are using the vCastSender application.

    ViewBoard Cast (vCast)

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    Network Information

    • Ports:
    TCP 56789, 25123, 8121 & 8000 (Controlling message port & client device audio transfer)
    TCP 8600 (BYOM)
    TCP 53000 (Request share screen)
    TCP 52020 (Reverse control)
    TCP 52025 (Reverse control for ViewBoard Cast Button)
    TCP 52030 (Status sync)
    TCP 52040 (Moderator mode)
    UDP 48689, 25123 (Device searching and broadcast & client device audio transfer)
    UDP 5353 (Multicast search device protocol)
    • Port and DNS Activation:
    Port: 443
    DNS: https://vcastactivate.viewsonic.com
    • OTA Service:
    Server Port: TCP443
    Server FQDN Name: https://vcastupdate.viewsonic.com

    Display Group Settings

    To adjust the Display Group Settings, select the Display Group icon (VCastPro DG Icon.svg) located in the lower-right corner of the screen.

    vCast Display Group
    1. Toggle the "Turn On/Off Display Group" ON to enable the Display Group feature.
    2. vCast Display Group
      NOTE: Other preinstalled ViewBoard Cast devices in the same network will be listed.
    3. Select the devices you want to join the display group and select OK to save the settings.
    4. vCast Display Group
      NOTE:
      • If the devices you want to group are not listed, you can enter their respective IP address or connecting PIN code.
      • The Display Group maximum device limit is six devices.
    5. If you frequently connect to the same device, you can select the Star icon (VCastPro Star Icon.svg) next to the device to add it to your frequently connected devices list, "My List of Devices in Group", for easier Display Group setup and management.
    6. vCast Display Group

    Synchronized Group Screen All the Time

    When the “Synchronized group screen all the time” function is toggled ON, it will display a synchronized group screen continuously. If it is toggled OFF, it will work on vCast mirroring only.

    vCast Display Group
    NOTE: Select the devices to group first, then toggle the "Synchronized group screen all the time” function ON to avoid interruption.

    Share a Screen to the Display Group (One to Many Casting)

    After confirming the above settings, you can share your screen to the main display, then the grouped client devices will be synced up to your screen.

    vCast Display Group

    Moderator Mode

    Moderator Mode allows the moderator to take control of the devices connected to the ViewBoard. To enter Moderator Mode, select the Moderator Mode icon (VCast Pro MM Icon.svg) located in the lower-right corner of the screen.

    vCast Moderator Mode

    When enabled, the moderator can view a list of all connected screens in the left floating window and can preview each participant’s screen and then select any of participant’s screen and cast to the ViewBoard’s main screen for presentation. The moderator can also control each participant’s screen, annotate on the ViewBoard, and remove unwanted participants by selecting the close icon (X).

    vCast Moderator Mode

    Broadcast

    When enabled, the ViewBoard’s screen will be broadcasted to all of the participant’s connected screens simultaneously. The participants can only view the presentation contents until the moderator disables the Broadcast function.

    vCast Broadcast

    Multiple Screen Sharing

    By default, vCast is set to allow multiple screen sharing, but can also be set to single screen sharing. To do this, the moderator can select the Multiple Screen Sharing icon to switch to single screen sharing.

    Preview Screen

    By default, vCast is set to let the moderator preview the participant’s screen contents prior to sharing to the ViewBoard. Selecting the Preview Screen icon, the Moderator can switch to see the participant’s name only.

    Touch

    By default, participants can use touch for collaboration after connecting. The moderator can enable/disable the touch function of a participant by selecting the Touch icon in their window.

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    Casting from Windows, MacBook, and Chrome Devices

    IFP52 vCast Sender 1-1.png
    1. Ensure the client device (e.g., laptop) is connected to the same network as the ViewBoard.
    2. NOTE: The network name can be found under Room Network.
      VCast Computer 1.png
    3. On the client device, visit the address that is shown on the ViewBoard to download and install the vCastSender application.
    4. After installing, launch the vCastSender application.
    5. To connect to the ViewBoard, input the PIN code and click OK.
    6. NOTE: The PIN code can be found as highlighted below:
      VCast Computer 2.png
    7. Additionally, you can connect to the ViewBoard or display by clicking Device List then the Device Name listed.
    8. VCast Computer 3.png
      NOTE: The Device Name can be found as highlighted below:
      VCast Computer 4.png

    Casting from Android Devices

    VCast Mobile Update 1.png
    1. Ensure the client device (e.g., Android phone or tablet) is connected to the same network as the ViewBoard.
    2. NOTE: The network name can be found under Room Network.
      VCast Computer 1.png
    3. On the Android client device, scan the QR code shown on the ViewBoard to directly download the vCastSender application, or download the application from the Google Play Store.
    4. VCast Sender 3.png
    5. After installing, launch the vCastSender application.
    6. To connect to the display, input the PIN code and select OK.
    7. NOTE: The PIN code can be found as highlighted below:
      VCast Computer 2.png
    8. You can also connect to the ViewBoard by clicking Device List then the Device Name listed.
    9. VCast Sender Device List Scan.png
      NOTE: The Device Name can be found as highlighted below:
      VCast Computer 4.png
    10. Additionally, you can connect to the ViewBoard by selecting Scan then placing the on-screen QR code into the box to automatically connect.
    11. VCast Computer 5.png

    Casting from Apple iOS Devices

    Apple AirPlay® is compatible with vCast for screen mirroring and content streaming under the same subnet environment only. An “AirPlay Password” will be generated on-screen for connection when using AirPlay to cast to a ViewBoard.

    VCast Apple Main.png
    1. Ensure the client device (e.g., iPhone or iPad) is connected to the same network as the ViewBoard.
    2. NOTE: The network name can be found under Room Network.
      VCast Computer 1.png
    3. On the iOS client device, directly open AirPlay and select the Device Name of the ViewBoard to connect.
    4. NOTE: The Device Name can be found as highlighted below:
      VCast Computer 4.png
    5. Input the generated on-screen AirPlay Password on the client device to connect.
    6. VCast Sender 4.png
      NOTE: In a cross subnet environment, please download and connect with the vCastSender iOS application from the Apple App Store.
    7. You can also connect to the ViewBoard by selecting Scan then placing the on-screen QR code into the box to automatically connect.
    8. VCast Computer 5.png

    Connecting to a Display from a Mobile Device

    Once connected, select Receive. The ViewBoard or selected display screen will appear on the mobile device with an on-screen toolbar. Users can interact with the ViewBoard or display with annotations, file sharing, etc.

    VCast Mobile 1.png
    Item Description
    VCast Icon Toggle.svg
    Toggle Hide or display the toolbar.
    VCast Icon Home.svg
    Home Return to the Home interface.
    VCast Icon Return.svg
    Return Return to the previous operation.
    VCast Icon Folder.svg
    Folder View or open the mobile device's files.
    VCast Icon Share.svg
    Share Cast the mobile device's screen to the connected ViewBoard or display.
    VCast Icon Touch.svg
    Touch Remotely control the connected ViewBoard or display.
    VCast Icon Annotate.svg
    Annotate Make annotations, and adjust the pen color.
    VCast Icon Clear.svg
    Clear Clear everything on screen.
    VCast Icon Camera.svg
    Camera Send camera images to the connected ViewBoard or display.

    Casting with Chromecast

    vCast supports native Chromecast screen sharing via the Chrome browser casting when the Chromecast feature is enabled.

    NOTE: Chromecast does not support password protection or multiple-screen casting.
    1. Ensure the client device (e.g., laptop) is connected to the same network as the ViewBoard.
      NOTE: The network name can be found under Room Network.
      VCast Computer 1.png
    2. Ensure the Chromecast Enable checkbox is selected in the vCast settings.

      VCast Chromecast Enable

    3. In the Chrome browser, go to: Settings > Save and share > Cast... > Select the screen to cast to.

      VCast Chromecast Select Screen

    Casting with Miracast

    vCast supports native Miracast to cast content from Windows and Android devices to a ViewBoard when the Miracast feature is enabled.

    NOTE:
    • Miracast does not support password protection or multiple-screen casting.
    • Miracast sharing is only available over Wi-Fi.
    • Miracast will automatically turn off after being idle for one hour.
    1. Ensure the client device (e.g., laptop) is connected to the same network as the ViewBoard.
      NOTE: The network name can be found under Room Network.
      VCast Computer 1.png
    2. Ensure the Miracast Enable checkbox is selected in the vCast settings.

      VCast Miracast Enable

    3. Please follow the below steps to cast:

      For Windows devices:

      1. On the Windows device, press Win + K and select the display to cast to.

        VCast Miracast Window Operation 1

      2. Select the checkbox “Allow mouse, keyboard, touch, and pen input from the device” to enable the touch feedback feature.

        VCast Miracast Window Operation 2

      For Android devices:
      On the Android device, directly select Cast/Smart View/Wireless Projection then select the display to cast to.

    Screen Recorder

    Capture everything that is displayed on screen in a video format.

    IFP52 Screen Recorder.png

    To launch the Screen Recorder application:

    1. Select the Screen Recorder icon in the application drawer.
    2. Tap the record icon and select the preferred recording configurations. Then tap the check mark.
    3. Select Start Now and a three (3) second countdown will begin. Screen recording will begin immediately after the countdown.
    4. After stopping the recording, you will be able to preview the video, save it, or discard it.

    Air Class

    Display quiz questions on the ViewBoard and allow up to 30 mobile users to submit answers remotely. Whether deploying single or multiple choice questions, the ViewBoard will record the results for each device being used.

    Air Class

    Network Information

    • PC (Windows/Mac/Chromebook) and tablet/mobile (iOS/Android) devices, as well as the ViewBoard need to be linked to the same LAN network subnet.
    • Ports: TCP 8080

    To launch Air Class:

    1. Tap the tool bar trigger icon and select the more tools icon. Then select the Air Class icon.
    2. Select “Enter the class”.
    3. Choose from the available interactive functions at the bottom of the screen.
    Item Description
    Voter Single and Multiple choice questions.
    Judge True/False questions.
    Responder Race to answer first
    Selector Randomly select a participant
    Grouping Assign participants to groups
    Message Allow/Deny participants to direct message the ViewBoard
    Manager Add participants
    Exit Exit Air Class

    Voter

    1. Select the Single choice or Multiple choice icon to select the preferred answer type.
    Single Multiple Choice.png
    1. Tap BEGIN VOTING to let the participants start.
    2. Begin Voting.png
    3. After the participants are finished and press OK, the ViewBoard will show the participant‘s name on screen.
    4. Air Class User.png
    5. Tap FINISH VOTING to close the quiz.
    6. Finish Voting.png
    7. Then the participants’ “Answer Statistics” will be displayed.
    8. Participants Answers.png
    9. Choose the right answer to show the correct rate.
    10. Correct Answer.png
    11. Click the Explain icon to further analyze the topic.
    12. Explain.png

    Judge

    1. Tap BEGIN VOTING to let the participants start a True/False questionnaire.
    Begin Voting.png
    1. After the participants are finished and press OK, the ViewBoard will show the participant‘s name on screen.
    2. Air Class User.png
    3. Tap FINISH VOTING to close the quiz.
    4. Finish Voting.png
    5. Then the participants’ “Answer Statistics” will be displayed.
    6. Judge Participant Answer.png
    7. Choose the right answer to show the correct rate.
    8. Judge Results.png
    9. Click the Explain icon to further analyze the topic.
    10. Judge Explain.png

    Responder

    Participants race to select their answer and tap OK to submit their answer.

    Responder.png

    Selector

    1. Select the “Selector’ icon.
    2. Set the number of participants to be selected.
    NOTE: The number of participants that can be selected will be based on the total number of participants.
    1. Tap START to start the random selection.
    2. The selected participant’s name will then be displayed.

    Grouping

    Select the icon to assign participants to groups.

    Message

    To allow messaging:

    1. Tap the “Message” icon to enable the function.
    2. Participants select “Message” to change to the message interface.
    1. Participants key in their message then select SEND.
    2. The message will scroll across the top of the ViewBoard.

    Manager

    Select the icon to let more participants join the class.

    Exit

    Select to exit the Air Class interface.

    Other Default Applications

    vSweeper

    Clear unnecessary data and unwanted files.

    VSweeper 1.png

    Advanced Settings can also be customized to the user's needs.

    VSweeper 2.png

    Screen Lock

    Set a screen lock password and enable screen lock.

    NOTE: If the user forgets the password, use the remote control and press INPUT-0-2-1-4 to restore the password to default.

    To set a screen lock password:

    1. Go to: Settings > Protection > Password for screen lock, or select the Screen Lock icon in the apps list.
    2. Select Set Password, and input a new four (4) digit password. Then select OK.
    3. Now when selecting the Screen Lock icon, the screen will be locked.

    Chromium

    Web browser for surfing the internet.

    IFP52 Chromium.png

    WPS Office

    Create, edit, and view Documents, Memos, Presentations, and Spreadsheets.

    WPS.png

    Folders

    Number Item
    1 Storage Device Display
    2 Icons
    3 File Type Menu
    4 File Information
    5 Main Display Area

    File Type Menu

    Item Description
    All All types
    Doc OFFICE files
    Note Image stored by myViewBoard, Side Tool Bar, and remote control Screen Capture button.
    Picture Image files
    Media Audio and Video files