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2.2.4 Initial Camera Window Size
You can customize the initial size at which camera windows appear.
!27 To customize the size at which camera windows open
1. On the main View menu, click Options, then New Players. The Options for New
Players window appears, as in figure 21.
2. Select either Best Fit or Image Size. If you select Image Size, you can then
choose a size for Multi-Media units using NTSC, PAL or both.
Fig. 21. Changing the size at which Camera windows appear.
2.2.5 Resolution Reference
NTSC resolutions: Multi-Media
Multi-Media unit, NTSC video feeds: resolutions offered for viewing
unit’s CPU resolution (pixel × pixel)
160 × 120 320 × 240 640 × 240 640×480
Pentium 4 (P4)
* * * * * *
Pentium 3 (P3)
* * * < =
P3 running older
* < = n /a
* Use procedure !28, below on p. 2–14, to identify a Multi-Media unit’s processor.
The legacy setting (320×192) is the resolution used by the older “Multi” units. See
figure 22. The “legacy” resolution is not assigned dynamically to live camera windows.
Not available on Multi-Media LT units, except during maximal zoom of one video feed
while using LocalView, which automatically sets the resolution to 704×480 pixels, for
optimal public monitor use.