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Demo Questions

Question 1

Refer to the exhibit. 

 
 
Which tab can be used in order to check the call statistics for the Cisco TelePresence Codec C60?

  • A: Diagnostics
  • B: Configuration
  • C: Call Control
  • D: Maintenance
  • E: The GUI cannot be used to view call statistics.

Correct Answer: C




Question 2

Which function does a Cisco TCS recording alias perform?

  • A: It links recorded media to a specified output location.
  • B: It provides a dialable alias that will trigger a TCS recording workflow.
  • C: It sends media to Cisco Medianet.
  • D: It provides an alias for the recorded filename.

Correct Answer: B

Understanding Recording Aliases 
The Content Server records calls and can produce the resulting recordings in a range of formats and sizes for users to watch or download. Creators of recordings can make recordings available to all or selected users. 
To make recordings, creators must use a recording alias. A recording alias defines several properties, including ones related to dialing the Content Server from an endpoint for the recording session; specifying recording outputs; and indicating viewing and editing permissions (see Recording Alias Properties). 
There are two types of recording alias:
System recording aliases, which can be used by any user in the creator or site manager role. 
Personal recording aliases, which have owners in the creator role. Owners can edit certain parts of their recording aliases: recording settings, default recording information, and default recording permissions.
Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/tcs/5_0/administration/guide/tcs_5_0/recording_aliases.html#wp999176




Question 3

A network engineer is setting up a Cisco TelePresence Content Server. The customer requires live streaming, but does not have a streaming server. 
Which media should be configured to stream locally from the TelePresence Content Server?

  • A: QuickTime
  • B: MPEG-4
  • C: Flash
  • D: Windows Media
  • E: Darwin

Correct Answer: D




Question 4

Which codec is most suitable for a video streaming solution?

  • A: AAC-LD
  • B: G.729
  • C: H.264
  • D: G.711

Correct Answer: C

 
 
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/collaboration-endpoints/telepresence-quick-set-series/datasheet-c78-731242.html




Question 5

How does a Cisco TCS process incoming video calls?

  • A: Recording Alias > Template > Media Server Configuration
  • B: Recording Alias > Media Server Configuration > Template
  • C: Recording Alias > Media Server Configuration > H.323 > Template
  • D: Recording Alias > Workflow > Template > Media Server Configuration

Correct Answer: A

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/tcs/5_0/administration/guide/tcs_5_0/recording_aliases.html




Question 6

A customer wants to record Cisco TelePresence conferences with the ability to alter the video format and add captions. 
Which two products are recommended to accomplish this goal? (Choose two.)

  • A: Show and Share
  • B: Digital Media Manager
  • C: Interactive Experience Manager
  • D: Media Experience Engine
  • E: TelePresence Content Server

Correct Answer: DE

‚óŹ  Transcoding of recorded calls into streaming and downloadable file formats, including Windows Media, Flash, and MPEG4 formats 
Cisco Pulse Video Analytics-an option on the MXE 3500-delivers a powerful new way to find and view video content quickly and easily. Now you can allow viewers to search for specific content or speakers within individual videos. With Pulse Video Analytics you can:
Set automatic tag and index capabilities so you can search videos by spoken phrase or word, making video content easy to find and navigate 
Automate vocabulary creation for spoken-word tagging based on a customized list of relevant terms 
Offer speaker identification so you can quickly locate and view relevant content by who is speaking 
Easy Video Management for Many Uses 
Improve communication and collaboration with the Cisco MXE 3500 (Media Experience Engine) to enable video everywhere in the enterprise. 
The MXE 3500 extends the reach and usefulness of video for collaboration and communications through a collection of vital media transformation services, along with transparent integration into media processing workflows as video files and live streams are created, transported, and consumed over the network. 
This opens the door to many uses such as meetings, events, training and education, organizational communications, safety and security, and advertising where video enables faster business decision making, global collaboration, and scaling of expertise. 
Any-to-Any Media Adaption Services 
With any to any media adaptation on the MXE 3500, recorded and live video content is automatically adapted from a range of incompatible media formats, resolutions, and speeds, from standard-definition [SD] up to full high-definition [HD], so they can be viewed on demand or live by a wide variety of playback devices and applications, such as Cisco Show and Share. 
Media Post-Productions 
The media post-production capabilities of the MXE 3500 offers several unique professional studio-quality video features that can be fully automated and applied to source media files. For example, introductory and trailers videos can be appended the media file, as well as watermarks and graphic overlays to add dynamic multilayered titles, branded graphics, subtitles, captions, and animations directly on top of the video. 
Reference E:
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/conferencing/telepresence-content-server/data_sheet_c78-626482.html
Link 2: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/video/mxe-3500-series-media-experience-engines/index.html




Question 7

Which three features are supported by the Cisco Video Surveillance Encoding Server? (Choose three.)

  • A: IP and analog cameras
  • B: MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 encoding
  • C: archiving
  • D: motion detection
  • E: clustering
  • F: virtual matrix

Correct Answer: ACD

Cisco Video Surveillance Encoding Server features include:
Flexibility to use a broad array of analog cameras and IP cameras 
Simultaneous MJPEG and MPEG-4 encoding 
Low-latency video with high-quality images 
CIF, 2CIF, and 4CIF, up to 30 fps 
PTZ and alarm inputs 
Motion detection 
Scalable deployment with multiple sites, cameras, users, and storage 
Archives at different frame rate, duration, and location 
Efficient redundant multi-site archiving that conserves bandwidth 
Loop- and event-tagged video recording and event export (video clip) capabilities 
Ability to connect to external storage 
https://supportforums.cisco.com/document/28981/cisco-video-surveillance-encoding-server




Question 8

Which three products are compatible with Digital Media Manager? (Choose three.)

  • A: Media Delivery Engine
  • B: Interactive Experience Client
  • C: Show and Share
  • D: Cast
  • E: Digital Signs
  • F: Stadium Vision Director

Correct Answer: CDE

Easily Manage and Publish Digital Media 
Manage, schedule, and publish compelling digital media with Cisco Digital Media Manager, the central management application for all Cisco Digital Media Suite products. This web-based media management application works with:
Cisco Digital Signs 
Cisco Cast 
Cisco Show and Share 
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/video/digital-media-manager/index.html




Question 9

A customer has a data and VoIP converged network and would like to add video to this network. Which two key QoS elements should be included in the new network design? 
(Choose two.)

  • A: Configure bandwidth management features to smooth bursty traffic and mitigate end-to-end congestion.
  • B: Assign a high priority to transactional traffic to maintain quality of business traffic.
  • C: Keep video traffic on the low latency queue and move voice traffic to a lower-priority queue.
  • D: Apply bandwidth control features that will guarantee bandwidth for the maximum possible amount of video traffic.
  • E: Assign both video and voice traffic to use the highest-priority queue.

Correct Answer: AD




Question 10

A network engineer wants to quickly view any issues that may exist for a newly deployed Cisco TelePresence SX20 codec. To which location in the codec web GUI should the engineer navigate to find this information?

  • A: Diagnostics > Alerts
  • B: Diagnostics > Troubleshooting
  • C: Configuration > System Status
  • D: Configuration > Security

Correct Answer: B

New troubleshooting features in TC6 
A Diagnostics section on the web interface was introduced in the software version TC6.0. if there is a problem with your system you will see a notification in the Home screen when you first login to the web interface. From here you can click on Diagnostics -> Troubleshooting to see the details of the problem. 
http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/endpoint/codec-c-series/tc6/troubleshooting_guide/tc_troubleshooting_guide_tc60.pdf










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