3-3. Display Messages


Status icon on the top line

      Displays the battery power. When the AC adapter is plugged in, the rightmost icon is displayed.
The LCD backlight will blink when the battery is low.
      Displays the WiFi quality. When an ethernet connection is used, the rightmost icon is displayed.

LiveShell Front Buttons, LCD Icons and Messages

The functions of the four buttons in the various modes are as follows, moving clockwise from top left.

Broadcast Mode

 Power off Mode
 Setup menu
 /  /   Broadcast operations
 Menu selection at bottom center. See below for details.

Setup Menu Mode

 Previous menu
 Select this mode
 /   Move left/Reduce a value
 /   Move right/Increase a value

Broadcast Mode

 Previous menu
 Lock the operation button
 /  /   Pause/Play/Broadcast
 /   Stop/Offline

Lock Mode

Nothing displayed at top left or right.
Unlock both buttons at bottom left and right simultaneously for three seconds.

Power Off Mode

Nothing is displayed on the right.

The left side is as shown below.

Power Off

Error Mode

Nothing is displayed on the right.

 Reattempt connection

Display During Broadcast

Press the bottom right button during broadcasting to change the menu in the following order from 1) – 6), which are shown at the bottom center of the display.

1) Master Volume / Quality

Current volume and video quality value are displayed.

Note: Quality shows the following messages by default.
3G low-bandwidth / 3G high-bandwidth / ADSL / Optical Fiber -> 3GLo / 3GHi / ADSL / FTTH
Prioritized Quality / Prioritized Motion -> St / Mv
For instance, if you set to prioritize quality on an optical fiber network, “FTTH/St” will be displayed.

2) AV IN Volume / MIC IN Volume / HDMI Volume

The current volume value is displayed.

3) Bit rate / Frame rate / Queue

The broadcasting bit rate and frame rate for audio and video are displayed.

4) Channel Name

The currently broadcasting Ustream channel is displayed.

5) Broadcast URL

The broadcasting Ustream URL is displayed as a shortened ustre.am URL.

6) Version/Device ID

The firmware version and the Liveshell Device ID number are displayed.

Back to 1).

Display During Offline

Changing the Screen Display When the LiveShell is Offline
Even when your LiveShell is offline, you can cycle through the display in the bottom center of the screen by pressing the button at bottom right. Note that the top center of the screen will always display “LiveShell.”
1 (Initial State): Dashboard URL
The URL ‘shell.cerevo.com’ are displayed.
2: Version Device ID
The firmware version and device ID of the LiveShell are displayed.
3: Ethernet MAC Address (From Rev. 3233)
The built-in ethernet MAC address is displayed.