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QSC expands Q-Sys Control plug-in library

QSC expands Q-Sys Control plug-in library
Cisco In-Room plug-in

QSC expands Q-Sys Control plug-in library

QSC has announced the availability of two new Q-Sys Control plug-ins that reportedly enable quick integration and a consistent user experience within the Q-Sys ecosystem for Cisco conferencing and collaboration endpoints and the Barco ClickShare Conference family of devices. Both plug-ins are available through the Asset Manager portal within Q-Sys Designer Software.

The Cisco In-Room plug-in enables expanded control capabilities of Cisco collaboration endpoints, including Cisco Touch 10 and Webex Desk Series devices, while maintaining a consistent user experience by combining Cisco controls with in-room AV controls provided by Q-Sys. Through Cisco’s Interface Extension Editor, programmers can create custom panels and buttons to trigger specific actions through Q-Sys, while offering the ability to provide a consistent user experience for any applications utilising Cisco In-Room control.


To expand the reach of Q-Sys within wireless collaboration and conferencing systems, the Barco ClickShare Conference plug-in enables the ability to connect, monitor and control Barco ClickShare Conference devices from the same UCI as their in-room AV controls, simplifying the overall user experience. The plug-in ensures a safer meeting environment by providing seamless integration to create intelligent room controls, while minimising additional interaction with the collaboration system.

The US manufacturer has also announced the release of the multipurpose NV-32-H (Core-capable) native network video endpoint for the Q-Sys Ecosystem, which now allows users to toggle between Core Mode, which transforms the device into a fully capable Q-Sys processor with local HDMI switching capabilities, and its existing Peripheral Mode, which is designed for network HDMI video distribution over standard AV networks. The Core Mode is said to offer a fully featured audio processing engine, including 32x32 network audio channels, eight AEC channels, one VoIP softphone instance and optional support for software-based Dante. As with the rest of the Q-Sys processing portfolio, it also features a software-based control engine to reportedly provide simple control integration for native Q-Sys devices, as well as third-party connected devices.

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