1 This guide provides instructions on installing the WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit. It also provides basic instructions on using the toolkit to help you get started in creating Universal Communications Format (UCF) multimedia presentations quickly. Contents Introducing the WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit... 1 How UCF works... 1 What you can do with the toolkit... 4 System requirements... 5 Installing the toolkit... 5 Using the toolkit... 6 Sharing a presentation with media objects Controlling playback of media files Tips for sharing presentations with media objects Removing the toolkit from your computer Getting help Introducing the WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit The WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit is a plug-in program for Microsoft PowerPoint that can help you to create engaging, content-rich Universal Communications Format (UCF) multimedia presentations that you can share in an online meeting. Using the toolkit, you can create PowerPoint slides in which you can play the following types of media files during a meeting: WebEx Recording Format (WRF) files Video files, including files that play in Windows Media Player and Apple QuickTime Player Audio files, including files that play in Windows Media Player Flash movie and interactive Flash files Web pages When you play the media files in your shared slides during a meeting, playback is synchronized on all participants screens. How UCF works Once you install the WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit, it appears as a new menu and toolbar in Microsoft PowerPoint. You can then use the toolkit to insert media objects into PowerPoint slides. A media object specifies the location of a media file and includes controls for playback. A media file can be either local or remote, as follows: Local: The media file resides on your computer or another local computer on your network. A local file can reside outside the presentation file and be linked to the object, or it can be embedded into the presentation file. Remote: The media file resides outside the presentation file, on a remote Web or streaming server on the Internet. Shared UCF multimedia presentations During an online meeting, you can share your UCF multimedia presentation in the content viewer the area in online meeting software in which shared presentations appear and play back media files, using the built-in controls for the media objects that you inserted. The following figure shows an example of a shared slide that includes a video object.
2 2 of 15 Getting Started with WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit File playback Once you start playback of a media file, online meeting software on participants computers does one of the following, depending on the type and location of the file: Downloads the file and temporarily stores it in its cache. Streams the file from the server on which the file resides. The following table indicates which types of media files are downloaded or streamed: File Type WebEx Recording Format (WRF) file If the file resides on a local computer and is either linked to or embedded in the presentation, it is... Streamed If the file resides on a Web or streaming server on the Internet and is linked to the presentation, it is... Streamed Audio file Downloaded Streamed Video file Downloaded Streamed Flash file Downloaded Downloaded A shared multimedia presentation that includes objects must be in the Universal Communications Format (UCF). Using the toolkit, you can save the presentation as a UCF file, or you can let online meeting software convert the presentation to UCF automatically when you share it. Media playback also requires a player. Your meeting software includes a builtin player for some media types; other media types require separate players installed on your computer and all participants computers. Web page file Downloaded Downloaded Once a file is either downloaded or streamed, the appropriate player on each participant s computer then plays the media file in the content viewer, such that playback is synchronized on all participants screens. To provide a secure and reliable connection between your computer, the media file, and all participants computers, UCF uses the WebEx MediaTone Network (WMN) a global, high-performance network infrastructure. The following figure shows an overview of how media playback of both local and streaming files works during a meeting.
3 3 of 15 Supported media objects and file formats For each object that you can insert into a presentation, the following tables list the media formats that the toolkit supports and whether playback requires a separate player. Media Object Supported Media Formats File Name Extensions Player WebEx recording WebEx Recording Format (WRF).wrf Built in Audio Windows Media Audio Advanced Streaming Format.wma.asf Requires Windows Media Player Audio for Windows (WAV).wav Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) Audio Interchange File MPEG Audio UNIX Audio CD Audio Sound (SND) Audio Interchange File.mid,.midi,.rmi.aif,.aiff,.aifc.mp3,.mp2,.mpv2,.mpa.au.cda.snd.aif,.aiff,.aifc Video Windows Media Video Advanced Streaming Format.wmv.asf Requires Windows Media Player Audio/Video Interleave (AVI).avi Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG).mpg,.mpeg,.m1v,.mpa,.mpe Video QuickTime movies Apple QuickTime.mov,.qt Requires Apple QuickTime Player for Windows
4 4 of 15 Getting Started with WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit Media Object Flash movie and interactive Flash Web page What you can do with the toolkit The Universal Communications Toolkit brings you a variety of benefits. By inserting media objects directly into your presentation, you can dramatically increase its impact on your audience. The following sections describe some of the benefits of including UCF multimedia in shared presentations. WebEx Recording Format (WRF) files A WebEx Recording Format (WRF) file is a file type that you can create using WebEx Recorder, which can capture all activity on your computer's screen, including mouse movements. WRF files can add impact to your presentation in a variety of ways. For example, you can include a recording of any of the following directly in your presentation: Software product demonstrations Training videos for customers or employees Sales presentations Supported Media Formats Macromedia Flash format Any URL on the Internet or your private intranet File Name Extensions.swf For example,.htm,.html.asp,.php Player Requires Macromedia Flash Player Internet Explorer Meetings that you host on your WebEx service Web site You can download WebEx Recorder from the Recording and Playback page on your WebEx service Web site. Video files Video can be a powerful tool for delivering content and capturing the attention of your audience. For example, you can create a slide that includes a video clip of a product demonstration, a new advertising campaign, a corporate announcement, a training session, and so on. And because WebEx service uses the UCF content-delivery architecture, all participants experience high-quality video playback. Audio files By including audio clips into your presentation, you can greatly enhance the text and graphics on your slides. For example, you can accompany an image of a new product with a commentary by your company s CEO. Or, you can play a recorded speech to quickly deliver it to a wide audience. Flash files Flash movies and interactive Flash can add exciting Web-based multimedia content to your presentation. To engage your audience, you can insert Flash movie files that include high-impact video, audio, and animation. When sharing a presentation that includes Flash, you have full control of playback, including start, stop, and pause controls. Web pages Using the toolkit, you can include any type of Web page into a slide a page on the Internet, your organization s intranet, or an HTML file that resides on your computer. Participants can interact independently with the shared Web page in their content viewers and hear any audio that plays on the page. Unlike both Web browser and Web content sharing other options you can use for sharing Web pages in a meeting sharing a Web page in a slide lets you fully control the flow of your presentation. You need not stop your presentation to share your Web browser or specify a URL for Web content sharing. At any time during a meeting, you can share a new Web page by changing the URL for the Web page object.
5 5 of 15 System requirements The following are the minimum system requirements for the WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit: Microsoft Windows XP SP3, 2003 Server, Vista 32-bit/64-bit, Windows 7 32-bit/64-bit Mac OS X 10.3, 10.4 (Meeting Center only) Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or a later version; Firefox and Chrome latest versions Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 or later (Microsoft Office bit not supported) An appropriate player for audio, video, or Flash files: For audio files, Windows Media Player 9 or a later version For video files, Windows Media Player 9 or a later version; Apple QuickTime Player 6 or a later version for QuickTime movies For Flash files, Macromedia Flash Player 6 or a later version Installing the toolkit Before downloading and installing the WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit, ensure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements The Universal Communications Toolkit is part of a WebEx Document Manager Suite. This suite also includes the WebEx Document Manager, which is a standalone program that lets you open presentations and documents, annotate them, and save them as UCF files outside of a meeting. To download and install the WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit: 1 On your site s Support page, under Downloads, click the link to download the toolkit. 2 Save the installation program file to your computer s hard disk. 3 Quit Microsoft PowerPoint if it is running on your computer. 4 Double-click the atucfsuite.msi file that you downloaded. Note Beta versions of media players are not supported. The installation program starts. 5 Follow the instructions in the installation program to install the toolkit.
6 6 of 15 Getting Started with WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit Using the toolkit The Universal Communications Toolkit provides a set of tools in Microsoft PowerPoint that lets you quickly create a UCF multimedia presentation. When using the toolkit, you can preview playback of media files directly in PowerPoint. Before you begin Before you begin creating a UCF multimedia slide presentation using the WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit, note the following: To play audio, video, and Flash files that you insert into a presentation, an appropriate player must be installed on your computer. If you share the presentation during a meeting, all participants computers must have the appropriate players as well. For ways to ensure that participants who will view your presentation have the required players, see Tips for sharing presentations with media objects on page 14. When inserting media objects into a presentation, you can specify the location of a local file or a remote file on a Web server on the Internet. Depending on the type of file and its location, the file is either downloaded or streamed to participants computers. For audio and video files, it is best to stream them if they are larger than 2 to 5 MB. For more information about downloaded and streamed files, see File playback on page 2. If you specify the location of a local audio, video, or Flash file in an object, you can choose to either create a link to the file or embed the file into the presentation when you save the presentation as UCF. If you create a link to the file, the file must remain in its current location on the local computer on which it resides. For more information about the advantages and disadvantages of linking or embedding local media files, see Choosing to link or embed local media files on page 10. To stream multimedia in your presentation, you can specify the URL for a file that resides on any publicly accessible Web server. To stream your own file, you must publish it on your organization s publicly accessible server. You may need to consult your organization s Webmaster for help with publishing files on your server. Guidelines for Flash files If you want to include a Flash file in your presentation, ensure that the file meets the following guidelines: If the Flash file will reside on a Web server, ensure that you specify any links, or jumps to other files such as audio, video, or Flash files using absolute links, not relative ones. An absolute link is a complete URL, such as In contrast, a relative link shows the path through the folder hierarchy from the main Flash file to the linked file, such as.../flash/file1.swf. If you specify relative links to files, participants cannot view the content of those files. Ensure that any links that you embed in Flash content open files directly in the Flash Player window. A link to content that appears outside of the Flash Player will not appear on participants' screens. For example, if you specify a link to a Web page in your Flash file, and the Web page opens in a browser window, the page will not appear on participants' screens. Do not set the Flash file to automatically change the size of or close the Flash Player window. Do not embed Flash commands in Flash content itself. For example, do not create a button in Flash content that will pause or stop playback. If you use embedded commands, playback on participants' screens will not be synchronized with the playback on your screen. Inserting media objects into a presentation Once you install the Universal Communications Toolkit, options for inserting media objects into a presentation appear in Microsoft PowerPoint, as shown in the following figures.
7 7 of 15 The WebEx menu or Add- Ins toolbar let you quickly insert media objects into a presentation. To insert a media object into a slide: 1 In PowerPoint, select the slide in which you want to insert the object. 2 On the WebEx menu or Add-Ins toolbar, choose a command or click a button, respectively, to insert an object. A dialog box appears, in which you can specify the location of the media file for the object that you want to insert. For example, if you want to insert a Flash object, the following dialog box appears: The following options are available from the WebEx menu or Add-Ins toolbar: Option Description Inserts a WebEx recording object into a slide. Inserts a video object into a slide Inserts an audio object into a slide Inserts a Flash movie or interactive Flash object into a slide. Inserts a Web page object into a slide. 3 Do the following, as appropriate for the type of media object you want to insert: For a WebEx recording, video, audio, or Flash object: To specify the location of a file on a server on the Internet, type the URL for the file in the box. To specify the location of a file on your computer or another computer on your local network, click Choose File. For a Web page object: a b 4 Click Insert. Type a title for the Web page in the Title box. Specify the URL or local path for the Web page in the Location box. If you chose a local file, the Insert [Object] dialog box appears, providing estimates for the time it will take for participants to download the object on various connection types. Saves the presentation as a UCF file.
8 8 of 15 Getting Started with WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit Note The time estimates in this dialog box assume an optimal network connection. Traffic on your network can affect download times. 5 If the Insert [Object] dialog box appeared, click OK to close the dialog box. If you inserted a WebEx recording, video, audio, or Flash object, the Object Properties dialog box appears. For example, for a WebEx recording, the following dialog box appears: Title: Specifies the object s title so you can easily identify the object on the slide. The title you specify also appears in the Object Properties dialog box that participants can view when you share your presentation. Location: Specifies the location of the object s media file. To choose another media file, click Change. Duration: Indicates the duration of the media file s playback. The duration is available only after you play the media file in a PowerPoint slide show. For more information, see Checking your presentation before you share it on page 11. This information is not available for Web page, and interactive Flash objects. Size: Indicates the size of the media file. The size is available only after you play the media file in a PowerPoint slide show. For more information, see Checking your presentation before you share it on page 11. This information is not available for Web page objects or any objects for which you chose a media file that resides on a remote server that is, a streamed file. Start playback automatically on slide display when all attendees are ready: Automatically starts playback of the media file once you display the slide on which it appears and all participants have downloaded the file, if necessary. This option is not available for Web page objects. Full-screen display: Automatically displays the slide in a full-screen view on your screen and all participants screens once you display the slide. This option is not available for audio, Flash, and Web page objects. Mute all attendees automatically when playback begins: Automatically mutes all microphones on participants phones once the media file starts to play. Selecting this option prevents participants from hearing an echo in their phones during audio playback. If you pause or stop playback of the file, all participants microphones are automatically unmuted until you start playback again. This option is not available for Web page objects. The Object Properties dialog box includes the following information and options:
9 9 of 15 Note Select this option only if the meeting includes an integrated WebEx teleconference. If you are using a third-party teleconferencing service, selecting this option does not mute participants microphones. 6 Click OK to close the Object Properties dialog box. The media object appears on the slide, as follows: Saving your presentation as a UCF file You can use the Universal Communications Toolkit to save your presentation as a Universal Communications Format (UCF) file, which has a.ucf extension. WebEx service uses this format to deliver real-time multimedia to all participants in a meeting. Alternatively, you can share a PowerPoint presentation file (.ppt) during a meeting, and your online meeting software software will convert it to UCF automatically. Tip To significantly reduce the time that online meeting software requires to upload your presentation during a meeting, use the toolkit to save your presentation as UCF, then share the.ucf file instead of the.ppt file. a b Optional. Position the object by dragging it on the slide. Optional. Resize the object on the slide, as follows: Click the object to display the resizing handles. Then drag the handles to resize the object. To retain the current proportions of the object, hold down the Shift key while you drag the handles. Note Resizing the object resizes the player window in which the media file plays. It does not resize the media itself. To save a presentation as a UCF file: 1 Save your PowerPoint file by choosing Save on the PowerPoint File menu or clicking the Save button. A message appears, informing you that you can use the PowerPoint slide show mode to verify that the objects you inserted will appear correctly when you share them. 2 Do one of the following: On the Add-Ins toolbar, click the WebEx: Save as Presentation (*.UCF) button. (PowerPoint 2007 and 2010) On the WebEx menu, choose Save as Presentation (*.UCF). (PowerPoint XP and 2003) If you specified the location of a local audio, video, or Flash file in the object, the following message appears, allowing you to either link the file to the object or embed it into the presentation:
10 10 of 15 Getting Started with WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit Linking media files For information about the advantages and disadvantages of linking or embedding media files, see Choosing to link or embed local media files on page 10. Choosing to link or embed local media files When saving a presentation as a.ucf file, you can choose to link or embed any audio, video, or Flash files for which you have inserted an object and that reside on your computer or another local computer on your network. If, at any time, you want to modify your saved UCF file to switch from linked files to embedded files, or vice versa, you can save the file again as UCF, choose another option, and overwrite the file. The following tables describe the advantages and disadvantages of each option. The advantages are... You can link to the same media files in multiple presentations, saving space on your computer. Multiple users can share media files from a single location on your network, saving space on their computers. You can edit a media file, without the need to reinsert it in your presentation. Embedding media files the advantages are... You can move the original media files to any location on your computer or another computer. You can send the presentation file to others, without the need to send the media files separately. The disadvantages are... You must ensure that the media objects in your presentation always point to the correct location of the media files. Thus, if you move the media files to another location, you must update the location of the media files in your PowerPoint presentation, and then again save the presentation as UCF. You must send all the media files to anyone to whom you send the presentation. A person who receives the presentation must store the media files in the same paths in which they reside on your computer or network. the disadvantages are... If you use the same media files in multiple presentations, the presentations may use a significant amount of space on your computer. If multiple users want to use the same media file, each user's presentation must include a copy of the media file. This option uses more space on each user's computer. If you edit a media file, you must reinsert it in your PowerPoint presentation, and then again save the presentation as UCF.
11 11 of 15 Checking your presentation before you share it You can view your presentation to ensure that your media files play correctly by doing either of the following: In PowerPoint, start a slide show. For instructions, refer to PowerPoint Help. Save the document as a UCF file, then double-click the file to view the presentation in the WebEx Document Manager. This viewer includes all the same options as does the content viewer in online meeting software. 2 To navigate your presentation, use any of the following navigational tools on the content viewer toolbar, or the Show Thumbnail button on the bottom left of the content viewer: Next and Previous buttons Go To drop-down list Sharing a presentation with media objects Before sharing a presentation in which you have inserted media objects, ensure that: Your media files reside at the same locations they did when you inserted their objects into your presentation. For example, if you chose an audio file that resides on your computer, ensure that the file is in the same folder path as it was when you inserted it. The Universal Communications Format import mode is selected in online meeting software. To select an import mode for presentations, on the Meeting menu, choose Options. Click the Import Mode tab, then select Universal Communications Format. Attendees do not have the View Any Page or View Any Document privileges, which allow them to navigate a presentation independently. To ensure that attendees do not have these privileges, on the Participant menu, choose Assign Privileges. Select the Participants tab and ensure that Any document and Any page are unchecked in the View section. To share a UCF multimedia presentation: 1 In online meeting software, on the Share menu, choose File (Including Video), navigate to your presentation, and select Open. The presentation appears on the content viewer.
12 12 of 15 Getting Started with WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit Controlling playback of media files A media object includes playback controls that appear on a shared slide. The following describes the controls for each type of media object. WebEx Recording, video, audio, and flash object controls Control Name Description Attendee Statistics Play Indicates how many participants displays of the media object are not synchronized with your display and the reasons why the displays are not synchronized. Starts playback of the media file. Pause Pauses playback of the media file. Control Name Description Properties Full-screen playback Displays the Object Properties dialog box, on which you can view the object s title and its associated media file s size, duration, and location. Displays the media object s player window in a full-screen view, in which all playback controls are hidden. Not available for audio objects. To return to the content viewer, press the Esc key on your computer s keyboard. Participants can also press Esc at any time to return to the content viewer. For video files, you can also control playback using keys on your computer s keyboard. See Video object keyboard controls for full-screen mode: below. Stop Attendee Progress indicator Playback Status indicator Stops playback of the media file. Subsequently clicking Play starts playback from the beginning of the file. Indicates how many participants computers have downloaded the media file or connected to the Web or streaming server on which the file resides. If you start playback before all participants computers have downloaded the file or connected to the server, playback will not be synchronized on all participants screens. Click the indicator to toggle between it and the Elapsed Time and Duration indicator or the Playback Status indicator. Available for Flash files only. Indicates the status of playback that is, whether the Flash file is playing, paused, or stopped. Click the indicator to toggle between it and the Attendee Progress indicator.
13 13 of 15 Control Name Description Elapsed Time and Duration indicator Mute Unmute Indicates the elapsed time during playback and the total duration of the object, in hours, minutes, and seconds. Not available for interactive Flash objects. Click the indicator to toggle between it and the Attendee Progress indicator. Mutes audio during playback. If the object does not include audio, this button is not available. Important Muting audio turns off all audio from your computer s sound card. Thus, audio in any other objects or applications is also muted until you unmute audio for the object. Unmutes audio during playback. Volume slider Indicates the current volume level during playback. Drag the slider to adjust the playback volume. Location slider Flash Player menu Indicates the current location during playback. Drag the slider to move playback forward or backward. Not available for Flash objects. Right-click a Flash object to display this menu, which provides all Flash Player controls. Available for Flash objects only. Video object keyboard controls for full-screen mode: To... Pause or resume playback Stop playback Quit full-screen view Web page object controls Press... Ctrl+Alt+P Ctrl+Alt+S Esc Control Name Description Properties Full-screen display Attendee Statistics Displays the Object Properties dialog box, on which you can view the object s title and page s location. To display a different Web page on the slide, type the page s URL in the Location box. Displays the window in which the Web page appears in a full-screen view. To return to the content viewer, press the Esc key on your computer s keyboard. Indicates how many participants displays of the media object are not synchronized with your display and the reasons why the displays are not synchronized.
14 14 of 15 Getting Started with WebEx Universal Communications Toolkit Tip When viewing a Web page object during a meeting, participants can click any links on the page to view other pages in the object window on the slide. However, you can return all participants to the original page that you inserted into the slide by clicking the Properties button, then typing the page s URL in the Location box. Tips for sharing presentations with media objects The following tips can help you to share UCF multimedia presentations more effectively: To ensure that participants have the appropriate players installed on their computers, you can do any of the following: Request that participants install the players before the meeting. List the player requirements on the first slide in your presentation. When scheduling a meeting, select the option to request that participants verify that compatible rich media players are installed on their computers. All invitation messages that you send to participants will contain a link that attendees can click to check their computers for the required players before they join your meeting. (This option is not available on all WebEx service sites.) During a meeting, ask participants to choose Verify Rich Media Player on the Help menu. A page appears, on which participants can determine whether they have the appropriate players. Use the content viewer annotation tools to provide additional interactivity to your presentation. However, note that you cannot annotate directly on media objects on a slide. When displaying a slide on which an entire media file is not visible in the object window for example, a WebEx recording or a Web page display the object in a full-screen view. When sharing any slide that includes audio including a WebEx recording, video, or Flash object first mute all participants microphones. Otherwise, participants will hear an echo in their phones. For instructions on muting audio in an integrated teleconference, refer to the online Help for WebEx service. You can automatically mute all participants microphones by selecting the Mute all attendees automatically when playback begins check box in the Object Properties dialog box. You can select this option only when inserting or editing the object in PowerPoint, before you begin sharing the slide in which you inserted the object. Removing the toolkit from your computer You can remove the Universal Communications Toolkit from your computer at any time. To remove the toolkit: 1 Double-click the atucfsuite.msi file that you downloaded when installing the toolkit. The installation program starts. 2 Choose the option to remove the program. 3 Follow the instructions in the installation program.
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