# What Is TrueConf Group?

# Endpoint Purpose

TrueConf Group is a video conferencing system for small, medium, and large meeting rooms.

With TrueConf Group, you can deploy a ready-to-use system to organize high quality video conferences (up to 2160p) depending on your configuration. The endpoint supports SIP, H.323, RTSP, and RTP protocols and may have a built-in MCU for up to 12 connections.

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You can use TrueConf Group to:

  • Make video calls

  • Organize video conferences (if built-in MCU is enabled)

  • Record video meetings

  • Capture and share content from USB devices and video capture cards

  • Stream conferences to third-party platforms

  • Control the system using web interface

  • Use two monitor configurations.

Thanks to modular configuration, TrueConf Group is compatible with a number of peripheral devices:

  • Any compatible PTZ cameras via USB 2.0/USB 3.0/HDMI interfaces that support RS232 (Clevermic VISCA, Sony VISCA, Pelco-P, Pelco-D) or USB control

  • USB speakerphones

  • Analog playback or audio capture devices

  • Monitors via HDMI and DisplayPort

  • USB keyboard

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Our managers will be happy to provide you with a free consultation about the TrueConf Group kit that suits your needs best. Please contact our sales department to learn more.

# Configuration

TrueConf Group comes in different kits that may include:

  • Video conferencing endpoint (with an optional built-in MCU)

  • Built-in capture card with two HDMI inputs (optional)

  • Remote control

  • AV peripherals (e.g., PTZ camera and speakerphone).

# General Description

TrueConf Group is placed into a metal case. The power button is located on the left side of the front panel, while the IR receiver for [remote control](../interface/#remote-buttons-scheme) can be found on the right side, behind the decorative plastic panel.

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On the back panel you can find the following connectors:

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  1. RS-232 to control PTZ camera

  2. HDMI inputs to capture content or connect HDMI cameras (depends on your kit)

  3. Power connector

  4. HDMI output to connect the main screen

  5. DisplayPort to connect an additional screen

  6. USB 3.1 to connect AV peripherals

  7. USB 2.0 to connect AV peripherals

  8. RJ-45 for Ethernet connection

  9. Additional audio output to connect an audio output device

  10. Additional audio input to connect an analog microphone