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ISIS User Guide
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USER MANUAL
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ISIS User Manual : Contents
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
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International Office:
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UK:
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USA:
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Chapter 1 - Introduction
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Thank you!
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ISIS Remote Controller Overview
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Chapter 2 - Installation
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System Requirements
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Positioning
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Connections - ISIS Controller Main Unit
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Connections - ISIS Fader Expansion Unit
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NETWORK RJ-45 Jack
Chapter 3 - Power up and Initial Configuration
Power up sequence
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Chapter 4 - ISIS TC/IP Address Configuration
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Windows XP SP2 Firewall
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TC/IP Address Configuration
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Checking Network Connections
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Chapter 5 - LCD Contrast & LED Brightness
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LCD Contrast
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LED Brightness
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Chapter 6 - The Default Configuration
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Surface Labels
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Channel Strip Functions
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LCD Display and Function Soft Keys
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Other Keys Default Function Mapping
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Chapter 7 - Jog/Shuttle Tuning
Chapter 8 - User Configuration
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Mapping Functions to ISIS Keys
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LCD User Pages
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Mapping Mixer Strips to ISIS Controller Strips
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Saving and loading Mappings
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Mappable Functions
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Tips and Tricks
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Chapter 9 - ISIS Fader Expansion
Chapter 10 - Crossfade Editing with ISIS
Appendix 1 - Mappable Functions
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Appendix II - Technical Specifications
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Appendix III - Expansion Connector Pin-out
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Main Unit rear panel connector
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Fader Expansion Unit rear panel connector
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Cable Specification
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Appendix IV - Troubleshooting / FAQ
Index
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ISIS User Guide
Document revision - 1.25
Date: 23-July-2009
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IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Please read the following information very carefully before attempting any installation. Failure to comply with the
precise instructions may result in damage to your Merging hardware. Please read this entire section of the manual
carefully before installation.
STATIC DANGER NOTICE:
Please note that the ISIS Controllers contain delicate electronic components that can be damaged or even
destroyed when exposed to static electricity. Take all necessary precautions not to discharge static electricity
when touching any of the ISIS connectors.
INFORMATION FOR THE USER:
ISIS Master Unit and Fader Expander comply with the following specifications:
EMC Emissions
EN 55022 : 1994 /A1 : 1995 /A2 : 1997 Class A ITE emissions requirements (EU)
FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class A emissions requirements (USA)
EMC Immunity
EN 50082-1: 1992 EMC residential, commercial and light industrial generic immunity standard.
FCC Notice
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
These limits are designed for providing reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions contained in this manual, may cause harmful interference to radio and television
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
Note: NOTE: Connecting this device to peripheral devices that do not comply with
CLASS A requirements or using an unshielded peripheral data cable could also result in
harmful interference to radio or television reception. The user is cautioned that any
changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. To ensure that the use of
this product does not contribute to interference, it is necessary to use shielded I/O
cables.
CE Notice
Such a
marking is indicative that this system's devices meet the following applicable technical standards:
EN 55022 - "Information Technology Equipment - Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement"
EN 50082-1: 1992 - "Electromagnetic compatibility - Generic immunity standard Part 1:Residential, commercial,
and light industry"
This product is classified for use in a typical Class A commercial environment, and is not designed or intended for
use in other EMC environments. The user of this product is obliged for proper use and installation of the product
and for taking all steps necessary to remove sources of interference to telecommunications or other devices.
ISIS Warranty Information
This product is warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the
date of purchase. Merging Technologies, Inc. extends this Limited Warranty to the original purchaser.
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In the event of a defect or failure to confirm to this Limited warranty, Merging Technologies, Inc. will repair or
replace the product without charge within sixty (60) days. In order to make a claim under this limited warranty, the
purchaser must notify Merging Technologies, Inc. or their representative in writing, of the product failure. In this
limited warranty the customer must upon Merging Technologies, Inc. request, return the product to the place of
purchase, or other local designation, for the necessary repairs to be performed. If the consumer is not satisfied
with the repair, Merging Technologies, Inc. will have the option to either attempt a further repair, or refund the
purchase price.
This warranty does not cover: (1) Products which have been subject to misuse, abuse, accident, physical damage,
neglect, exposure to fire, water or excessive changes in the climate or temperature, or operation outside maximum rating. (2) Products on which warranty stickers or product serial numbers have been removed, altered or rendered illegible. (3) The cost of installations, removal or reinstallation. (4) Damages caused to any other products.
Contacting Merging
International Office:
Merging Technologies S.A.
Le Verney
CH-1070 Puidoux
Switzerland
Phone:
+41 21 946 0444
Fax:
+41 21 946 0445
UK:
Merging UK
St Clare House, St Clare Business Park
Holly Road, Hampton Hill
Middx UK
TW12 1QQ
Phone:
+44 (0) 20 894 16547
Fax:
+44 (0) 870 1231747
USA:
Merging USA (Independent Audio)
43 Deerfield Road
Portland,
ME 04101-1805
United States of America
Phone:
+1 (207) 773 2424
Fax:
+1 (207) 773 2422
For all documentation inquiries or suggestions for improvement:
http://www.merging.com
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Chapter 1 - Introduction
Thank you!
Congratulations on your Merging Technologies ISIS Remote Controller purchase. ISIS is a precision control surface
for Pyramix and VCube and will considerably enhance the operating experience.
ISIS Remote Controller Overview
ISIS offers a fully user-definable tactile remote control surface for Pyramix editing, recording and mixing functions.
ISIS communicates with Pyramix and/or VCube via Ethernet using Merging's OASIS control protocol to ensure very
high resolution and high-speed communication for all functions.
ISIS Remote Controller main unit has dedicated keys for machine control, jog/shuttle and jog-wheel editing and
the large LCD display offers 12 user-definable and multi-functional keys, which can be soft-labeled to give any
number of user specific functions. All keys are completely user software assignable for total control.
The main unit also has twenty four additional user-definable keys across two layers that can be used as 48 direct
access solo/mute/track arming keys, locators, cue triggers or any other function you choose. The high quality
100mm touch sensitive moving fader and rotary controls can be assigned to any mixer channel with dedicated
Mute, Solo, Automation Read/Write functionality.
For more advanced mixer control an optional ISIS Fader Expansion unit is available with a further 8 touch sensitive
moving faders and rotary controls, each with dedicated Solo, Mute and Read/Write automation keys. The fader
unit also has a range of control bank keys that can layer through mixer configurations with a large number of
strips. Custom mixer arrangements can be user assigned to Presets. The ISIS Fader Expansion unit connects to the
master ISIS Remote Control unit via a local combined RS-232 serial communication and power cable.
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Chapter 2 - Installation
System Requirements
ISIS Remote Controllers will work with any Pyramix system running software version 5.0 or higher. The host PC
must be equipped with a working 10BaseT or better RJ45 Ethernet network connection with TC/IP support
enabled in Windows.
Positioning
Site the unit or units on a suitable surface where they will be properly supported and not subject to any external
heat source. Run the cables in such a manner that there is no strain placed on the connectors at either end and so
there is no danger of their being inadvertently pulled.
Connections - ISIS Controller Main Unit
Note: Please ensure that the host PC and any powered network switch is switched off
before making connections to the ISIS Remote Controllers. Please also ensure the ISIS
power adaptor mains lead is disconnected from the supply and the ISIS Remote Controller main unit power switch is off before making the power connection.
Power Switch
Expansion Socket
Ethernet Socket
DC In
The ISIS Remote Controller main unit has only three physical connections, a low-voltage power jack, an RJ-45
Ethernet socket and a 15-pin D-Sub socket (female) for connecting an ISIS Fader Expansion unit.
Connections - ISIS Fader Expansion Unit
Expansion Socket
The ISIS Fader Expansion Unit has only one connection, a 15-pin D-Sub socket (male) for connection to an ISIS
Remote Controller main unit.
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NETWORK RJ-45 Jack
Connect a Cat-5 or better network cable to this socket and connect the other end to a suitable Ethernet port on
the host computer. (Or network switch)
Note: Although some PCs now auto-detect cable type and switch accordingly you are
advised to use a crossover cable for direct connection to a PC. When connecting ISIS to a
network switch use a "normal" network patch cable. (don't connect to the uplink port)
Note: Since ISIS communication is not demanding on network bandwidth, there should
be no need for a separate dedicated RJ-45 network connection. If more than one network connection is present on the host computer, it is not currently possible to assign a
specific port to communicate with the ISIS Remote Controller. This function may be
added in a future software release. In some Wide Area Networks generally found in
larger enterprises the switches may filter out the multicast traffic required to make a connection with an ISIS. In this case a second, dedicated, NIC card will be required for a
direct connection. Please see: Page 14 in Chapter 4 for manual IP address set-up procedure.
EXPANSION Socket
If you are installing an ISIS Fader Expansion unit at the same time, connect the male 15-D-sub plug of the cable
supplied with the ISIS fader Expansion unit to this socket and gently tighten the retaining screws. Connect the
other end of the cable to the EXPANSION socket on the ISIS Fader Expansion unit and gently tighten the retaining
screws.
Power Jack
The power jack accepts a conventional coaxial power plug.
Note: The unit requires a 12V DC at 2.5A
Pin (centre) POSITIVE
Sleeve (Outer) NEGATIVE
Software
All required drivers are included in the Pyramix installation. No additional software is required.
Note: Note: This manual reflects ISIS operation as of Software Version 1.0. Please visit
regularly:
www.merging.com
to check for future updates and enhancements.
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Chapter 3 - Power up and Initial Configuration
Power up sequence
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Plug the ISIS Remote Controller power adaptor into a suitable socket and switch on the mains.
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Switch on the ISIS Remote Controller with the rear panel POWER switch. The MERGING logo will light up
blue and the LCD screen will show the following display.
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Power on the host PC and start Pyramix
Initial Configuration
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Load a simple Project (or create a new one)
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Go to Settings > All Settings and click on Controller in the Remote Control folder to open the Controllers
pane.
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Click on the Add button to open the Controller Properties dialog
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Type a suitable name for the ISIS Remote Controller. E.g. ISIS
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Choose ISIS Remote from the Driver drop-down list.
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Make sure the Enable box is checked.
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Click on the OK button to close the dialog.
Note: Since ISIS communication is not demanding on network bandwidth, there should
be no need for a separate, dedicated, RJ-45 network connection. If more than one network connection is present on the host computer, it is not currently possible to assign a
specific port to communicate with the ISIS Remote Controller. This function may be
added in a future software release.
If your Ethernet connection is via a router with a DHCP server or there is a DHCP server elsewhere on your network, then this will automatically assign an IP address to the ISIS.
Otherwise, an internally saved IP address is used. To set this, please see the section, 'Setting the ISIS static IP
Address', on Page 16 in Chapter 4.
Note: Direct Ethernet connection of Workstations (i.e.: 1x VCube and 1x Pyramix) with
standard factory default DHCP settings and without a proper DHCP server available in
the network may lead to unexpected behavior, software and or system freezes. (ISIS will
default to fixed IP address, if no DHCP server is available). At all times proper, individual,
TCP-IP address for each machines, assigned either automatically (by a DHCP server, if
available) or manually (Fixed IP) are required.
This caution is not relevant for machines operating without a network connection.
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Click on the OK button at bottom left of the Pyramix Settings window to confirm the changes and close
the Window.
Congratulations! Your new ISIS Remote Controller is now ready for use.
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Chapter 4 - ISIS TC/IP Address Configuration
Windows XP SP2 Firewall
A new Firewall feature has been added to Windows XP SP2. While this is convenient for home internet machines
(for example), it is desirable to turn it off for media production networking needs. So, provided all necessary security has been addressed, either by an external Firewall unit, or by physically removing all Ethernet access to the
outside world, you can:
a) Disable Windows Firewall
Alternatively, if XP SP2 Firewall features are really necessary, keep it active, but:
b) Register ports 6000, 6001 and 6002 as exceptions of Windows Firewall for ISIS.
c) Register VT Server in Windows Firewall exceptions for VCube / Virtual Transport
TC/IP Address Configuration
At all times proper, individual, TCP-IP addresses for each machine are required, assigned either automatically
(DHCP, if available) or manually (Fixed IP), as described below.
When ISIS is powered up it will first attempt to configure its IP address from a DHCP server on the network. (E.g. a
router that incorporates a DHCP server.)
If there is no DHCP server able to assign an IP address, e.g. when there is a direct connection between the PC and
ISIS, the ISIS-RC will use a static IP address that has been saved internally.
Note: The static IP address will only be used if no other IP address has been automatically assigned by DHCP.
Manual PC TC/IP Address Configuration
If no admin DHCP server is available, manually give each of your machines a unique TCP/IP number. Use Start >
Connect to > Show all connections to open the Network Connections dialog.
Note: In this case, a second NIC has been added for the direct ISIS connection.
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Right-click the relevant network connection and choose Properties from the list to open the Local Area Connection Properties dialog.
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Click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) to select it, then click on Properties to open the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Properties dialog.
Click Use the following IP address: then click in the IP address: field and type in a suitable value, followed by
clicking in the Subnet mask: field and typing in a suitable value.
Typically, IP addresses can be, respectively: 192.168.0.3 (PMX) 192.168.0.4 (VCube) and 192.168.0.5 (ISIS), with a
common Subnet mask being 255.255.255.0. No default gateway is necessary.
Setting the ISIS Static IP Address
---------------------------First, Power up the ISIS while holding down the STOP key for about 5 seconds. This screen appears:
The screen shows the current IP configuration of the ISIS. It will either show any IP address that has been assigned
by DHCP or the static IP address that has been loaded internally.
This screen also shows the hardware MAC address of the ethernet interface in the ISIS Main Unit
To set the IP address, use the CURSOR LEFT and CURSOR RIGHT ISIS keys to select any digit in the IP Address
field.
Use the ISIS CURSOR UP and CURSOR DOWN keys to move between the IP Address and Net Mask fields.
To change the selected digit in either the IP Address or Net Mask fields, use the TRACK SELECT 1-10 keys at the
top of the ISIS
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For example TRACK KEY 1 = '1', TRACK KEY 2 = '2' ... TRACK KEY 10 = '0'
When the IP Address and Net Mask have been set as required, press the SET key (F12). This will save the IP address
and Net Mask as the internal static settings to be used if no other settings are assigned by DHCP.
After you press the SET key this screen appears:
Press the REBOOT key (F12) to reboot the ISIS (or switch the power-off and on again).
Note: The IP configuration can only be saved when there is an established electrical connection between the ISIS and either a Pyramix workstation or Ethernet switch.
Viewing the IP Address
The currently assigned IP Address can be seen in the ISIS Configuration dialog (see image Chapter 5, first page).
Checking IP Configuration
To check the IP Configuration of the machine you are working on do the following: Open a Command Prompt window. (Start > All programs > Accessories > Command Prompt) then type in the following command: IPCONFIG
followed by Enter. The IP configuration for the machine will be shown like this:
Checking Network Connections
Using "Ping":
To check that the connections you have set up are operational do the following:
Open a Command Prompt window. (Start > All programs > Accessories > Command Prompt) then type in the
following command:
PING 192.168.0.3 (or whatever TCP/IP address is currently assigned to the workstation or device you wish to
check) followed by Enter then wait for the machine to reply. Repeat the process for all other connected Workstations / Controllers.
Using Windows Explorer:
In a Windows Explorer window, right-click on My Network Places and choose Explore > Entire Network /
Microsoft Windows Network / Workgroup or Domain (choose whichever is appropriate) then verify that all
Pyramix and VCube workstations can search/see each other on the network, including shared hard drives and
folders. Having all machines in the same "Workgroup" helps. (default workgroup is either "WORKGROUP" or
"MSHOME")
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Note: With Windows XP, it may take some time for the TCP/IP lists to be appropriately
updated to reflect the complete network topology on all machines. (Particularly when
additional computers are added to a large existing network). Please allow for time for
these operations to be properly carried out in the background. It may in fact take something like 10 to 50 minutes depending on the size of the network. (In certain situations,
E.g. a small 2 machine peer-to-peer network, rebooting both machines may speed up
the process).
Chapter 5 - LCD Contrast & LED Brightness
If lighting conditions require, the ISIS LCD contrast and LED brightness are adjustable. Go to Settings > All Settings and click on Controller in the Remote Control folder to open the Controllers pane. Click on ISIS or whatever you named the ISIS controller in the The following controllers are installed list: Click on Properties to open
the Controller Properties dialog. Click on Properties to open the ISIS Configuration dialog.
LCD Contrast
Simply click and drag on the LCD Contrast : slider to adjust the contrast. Changes are immediately visible on the
ISIS display.
LED Brightness
The LED Brightness: combo box offers a choice of Low, Medium or High brightness levels. Any change is immediately reflected in the ISIS LEDs.
When adjustments are complete, click on the OK button to accept the changes and close the dialog. Alternatively,
click on Cancel to reject any changes and close the dialog. Click on OK in the Controller Properties dialog to
close it flowed by OK in the Pyramix Settings window to close it.
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Chapter 6 - The Default Configuration
ISIS is fully functional from the moment it is installed thanks to the default configuration. Almost every ISIS key is
user programmable but we suggest that you take some time to explore and become familiar with the default configuration before changing any key functions.
Surface Labels
The black legends on the ISIS control surface indicate the default key functions
The SHIFT key
Many keys have alternative functions accessed by holding down the SHIFT key while pressing the function key.
Orange legends on the ISIS control surface indicate SHIFTed functions.
Channel Strip Functions
By default, the channel strip on the ISIS Main Unit is assigned as a Master/Monitor Strip.
In the Master/Monitor Strip, the controls function as follows:
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ENCODER - Monitor Volume
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ENCODER (Press) - Reset Monitor Reference Volume
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PLAY - Master automation Play SHIFT + PLAY - Master/Monitor bus Play
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WRITE - Master automation Write SHIFT + WRITE Master/Monitor bus Write
PLAY & WRITE lit - Auto-Write
PLAY & WRITE off - Off/Isolate
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MUTE - Monitor volume mute
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SOLO - Monitor Volume dim
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FADER - Master Mix gain
The channel strip on the ISIS Main Unit can also be remapped to control any Pyramix Mixer Strip.
Please see Chapter 5 - User Configuration for details.
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LCD Display and Function Soft Keys
The LCD display shows the main Time Scale Bar's current Playhead Cursor position TimeCode value in the centre of
every page. The Function soft keys labeled F1 to F12 are arranged in two rows of six above and below the LCD display. Current function of each key is shown in the LCD display.
This is the first fixed default page you will see when the ISIS is enabled either in the Settings menu or by loading a
project that already has ISIS enabled.
Navigating LCD Pages
F12, labeled MORE, cycles through all available pages. F12 is currently a fixed assignment so MORE is available in
all pages. The pages appear in this order:
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Track Select Key functions and Markers (fixed page)
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Machine Select (fixed page)
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Default User Page 1 (User definable)
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Any other User Pages (defined by the user)
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Monitoring (fixed page)
A subsequent press on MORE returns to the first page.
Direct Access to LCD Pages
Pressing and holding the F12 (MORE) key and one of the 1-24 keys gives direct access to the LCD page corresponding to that number. Choosing a number with no corresponding LCD page simply takes you to the highest
number page that exists.
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Track Select Key Functions and Markers Page
The first fixed LCD page determines the function of the track select keys and sets and locates Markers.
By default the Key 1 to 24 (the Track Select keys) are assigned to the functions SELECTOR 1 to SELECTOR 24 (and
SELECTOR 25 to SELECTOR 48 as SHIFT functions). Providing these assignments are not altered by the user, in
this page the F1 to F6 keys are is used to determine how the Track Select keys function on the corresponding
track.
F1 RECARM (Record Arm) A single press on the relevant Track select Key arms the track for recording, a second
press returns to Safe (replay) Use this for simple recordings where speed and simplicity are important.
F2 RECMODE (Record Mode) A single press on the relevant Track select Key arms the track for recording, a second
press arms for Punch In mode and a third press returns to Safe (replay). Use this instead of F1 for more complex
sessions where Punch record is to be employed.
F3 Solo
F4 Mute
F5 MONITOR A press on the relevant Track Select key sets the Monitoring mode, cycling through Replay, Input
and Auto
F6 Select A press on the relevant Track Select key selects the track.
F7 enters Set Marker mode
A marker numbered from 1 to 10 will be set at the current Playhead Cursor position when the corresponding
Track Select key is pressed. The Marker shown on the Pyramix screen will have two numbers. The first, in brackets,
shows the number of the corresponding Track Select key (and keyboard Hotkey) and the second shows the number of the Marker in the Markers list.
F8 enters Goto Marker mode The transport will locate to a Marker when the Track Select key corresponding to an
existing marker is pressed.
F9 25 - 48 Select track access mode from 25 to 48
F10 49 - 72 Select track access mode from 49 to 72
F11 73 - 96 Select track access mode from 73 - 96
F12 MORE
Global Shortcuts
Shift + F1 RECARM arm all tracks, if all armed unarm all
Shift + F2 RECMODE toggle through rec mode available for all tracks
Shift + F3 SOLO unsolo all the soloed tracks
Shift + F4 MUTE unmute all the muted tracks
Shift + F5 MONITOR toggle through monitor mode available for all tracks
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Machine Select page
This page shows up to 5 machines on F1 to F5 (F1, the Internal Machine, is always present). Pressing F1 to F5
selects the corresponding machine. F7 to F11 labels show the current chase status of the machine above. Pressing F7 to F11 controls the CHASE state of the corresponding machine. Pressing SHIFT plus
F7 to F11 controls the AUTO CHASE state of the corresponding machine.
First User page (default)
The assignments on this page can be changed by the user. As supplied the First user Page has the following functions:
F1 ZOOM + (Zoom In)
F2 ZOOM - (Zoom Out)
F3 No assignment
F4 No Assignment
F5 GROUP
F6 UNGRP (Ungroup)
F7 ZM FIT (Zoom to fit in window)
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F6 ZM PREV (Zoom Previous)
F9 UNDO
F10 REDO
F11 No assignment
F12 MORE
Monitor page
This page controls the Pyramix Monitor functions as follows:
F1 L
Mute Front Left speaker output. With SHIFT Mute Left Inner speaker output.
F2 C
Mute Front Centre speaker output.
F3 R
Mute Front Right speaker output. With SHIFT Mute Right Inner speaker output.
F4 INPUT +
Monitor Next Input. With SHIFT Monitor Previous Input
F5 SPKR +
Monitor Next Output Speaker Set. With SHIFT Monitor Previous Output Speaker
Set
F6 DMIX+
Monitor Next Output Downmix. With SHIFT Monitor Previous Output Downmix
F7 LS
Mute Left Surround Speaker Output
F8 LFE
Mute Subwoofer Output
F9 RS
Mute Right Surround Speaker Output -
F10 RESET
Reset Speakers
F11 OPMODE
Monitor Operation Mode. Cyles through Mute, Solo and SoloX functions for the Speaker
Mute F keys
F12 MORE
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Other Keys Default Function Mapping
Transport Control Group
REWIND
REV PLAY
STOP
PLAY
FF
REC
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Fast Rewind
Play Reverse
Stop
Play
Fast Forward
Record
Jog Wheel Group
SHUTTLE
JOG
< NUDGE
> NUDGE
FADE IN
FADE OUT
SYNC P
FREEZE
TRIM IN
TRIM OUT
CURSOR L
CURSOR R
CURSOR UP
CURSOR DOWN
MOVE CLIP
SLIP MEDIA
MARK IN
MARK OUT
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Jog Wheel Mode - Shuttle + SHIFT = Jog Wheel Mode - Jump
Jog Wheel Mode - Jog
+ SHIFT = Jog Wheel Mode - Loop Jog
Nudge -1 Frame
Nudge +1 Frame
Trim Fade In
Trim Fade Out
Set Sync Point to Cursor + SHIFT = Send Sync Point to Cursor
Freeze External Machine
Trim In
Trim Out
Select Previous Clip
Select Next Clip
Select Previous Track
Select Next Track
Move
Slip Media
Mark In to Cursor
Mark Out to Cursor
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Edit Group
SHIFT
AUTO-RIPPLE
SEL CLIP
SHIFT CLEAR
SEL IN
SHIFT CUT IN
SEL OUT
SHIFT CUT OUT
SPLIT
SHIFT TRIM
DELETE
SHIFT UNDO
CUT
SHIFT REDO
COPY
SHIFT FILL
PASTE
SHIFT REPLACE
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Shift (Fixed Assignment)
Auto-Ripple
Select Clip(s) under Cursor
Undo Selection
Set Selection Start to Cursor
Trim In to Cursor
Set Selection End to Cursor
Trim Out to Cursor
Split Clip(s) at Cursor
Trim
Delete
Undo
Cut
Redo
Copy
Fill Selection
Paste
Replace Selection
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Chapter 7 - Jog/Shuttle Tuning
To fine-tune jog/shuttle performance, please go to the Jog Wheel Settings section of the Settings > All Settings
> Application > Jog/Chase page.
Jog Wheel Settings
Controller
The combo box offers a choice of hardware controller presets if ISIS is not already
selected, select it.
Auto Jog on move
When ticked, any movement of the ISIS Jog Wheel enters Jog mode. When not
ticked, the ISIS JOG button must be pressed to enter Jog mode.
Auto-Solo Selection
When ticked, all tracks in the current selection are Solo'd when jogging.
Speed ceiling
Sets the maximum jog speed from a choice of 1X, 2X, 4X or 8X play speed
Smoothing Filter
The Smoothing Filter parameter determines the length of the "fade in" and "fade
out" when beginning and ending scrubbing. Enter the required value in the box
expressed in video frames.
Flywheel inertia
Low follows the actual movements as sent by the jog wheel. High passes the
actual movement through a smoothing filter. So, when the slider is set to Low the
Smoothing Filter parameters have no effect.
For sound to picture work where tight sync to picture is required use a setting
biased to Low. For a more pronounced flywheel effect choose a Higher setting.The
Middle position is a good starting point.
Transient response accelerator
Optimizes Pyramix's reactivity to jog moves, settings range from
Smooth to Accurate.
When the slider approaches Accurate there may be some strange undesirable
effects.
Jog - sensitivity - seconds per revolution
Sets the time moved in one revolution of the jog wheel. Type the required value in
the box.
Shuttle - sensitivity - revolution to get nominal
Sets the fraction of a revolution required to maintain nominal speed. E.g. an entry
of 0.25 will require a quarter of a turn clockwise to achieve nominal speed.
Jump - sensitivity - number of revolutions to cross over the timeline
Sets the number of revolutions of the jog wheel required to traverse the visible
timeline. I.e. actual speed depends on Zoom factor.
Note: Note: If any of the Jog Wheel Settings are altered, the combo box changes to show
User Defined to reflect this. User defined settings can be saved for future use with the
Load and Save Pyramix settings functions.
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Chapter 8 - User Configuration
The ISIS is a very flexible controller. User configurations to suit individual applications and user preferences can be
constructed and stored for future use. Configurations can be stored in libraries and with individual projects.
User configuration is undertaken as follows:
Choose Settings > All Settings > Project > Controller Mapping . Click on ISIS in the The following controllers
are installed: list and click on Properties to open the ISIS Control Mapping window. (Or double-click the list
entry.)
Note: Note: The dialog opens ready to configure the Main ISIS Controller. To configure
the Fader Expansion Unit click on the Fader Expansion tab in the top left corner of the
window to switch the left-hand pane to the Fader Expansion Unit.
Mapping Functions to ISIS Keys
The right-hand pane has tabbed pages listing every mappable function in Pyramix. To map a function to an ISIS
key or fader strip simply click on the required function to highlight it and click on the destination ISIS key in the
left-hand, Controller, pane to highlight it.
Note: Note: Most ISIS keys can each have two functions assigned to them, Function and
Shift Function. Therefore when clicking in the Controller pane, be sure to click in the
appropriate column as well as row.
When the desired Pyramix function and ISIS key are both highlighted, simply click on the Assign button.
The controller pane will update to reflect the new mapping.
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Removing a Mapping
To remove a mapping from an ISIS control:
In the Controller pane highlight the Function or Shift Function you wish to remove. Then simply click on the
Remove button.
The controller pane will update to reflect the new mapping.
Special Mappings
Selector
In the Tracks tab page the functions Selector 1 to Selector 48 are special mappings to enable ISIS to switch the
function of the Track Select keys between RECARM, RECMODE, SOLO, MUTE and SELECT using the function
keys. Similarly, when the functions Set Marker Selector and Goto Marker Selector are mapped to LCD function
keys, they are used in conjunction with the Track Select Keys to set and locate markers.
Control Strip
Control strips do not have a SHIFT mapping because the SHIFT functions are part of the Mixer Strip mapping. If a
Control Strip is mapped to a surround Master/Monitor strip, the Play and Write buttons control the global Mixer
automation. Used with SHIFT they control the Master/Monitor bus automation.
Invalid Mappings
Certain mappings are invalid. E.g. a Mixer Strip to an ISIS key. If you inadvertently attempt to make such a mapping
a warning dialog will appear and the mapping will not be allowed.
LCD User Pages
As detailed above, User Page 1 has default functions already assigned to it. We suggest you leave User Page 1
alone until you are confident about User Mapping.
At the bottom of the Controller pane there are two tabs for User Page 1 and New User Page…
Clicking on the New User Page tab opens the ISIS Control Create New LCD Page dialog.
Click on Yes to create a new User Page. The Function Key entries will go blank and a new tab will appear labeled
User Page X (X is the User Page number incremented from the last existing User Page.
Mapping functions to LCD Function keys is carried out in the same manner as mapping functions to the other ISIS
keys and strips with these differences.
•
The LCD Function Keys do not have a SHIFTed function.
•
Double-clicking in the Label field of a Function key allows the Label to be changed.
Note: Note: Labels can be up to six characters long including spaces.
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Mapping Mixer Strips to ISIS Controller Strips
The fader control strip on the ISIS remote controller can also be remapped to control any Pyramix Mixer Strip.
When assigned as a Mixer Strip (Mixer Strip 1, Mixer Strip 2 etc..), the controls function as:
•
ENCODER
Mixer channel Pan/Balance (with SHIFT Front/Rear)
•
ENCODER (Press)
•
PLAY
Mixer Strip Play
•
WRITE
Mixer Strip Write
•
MUTE
Mixer channel Mute
•
SOLO
Mixer channel Solo
•
FADER
Mixer channel Gain
Note: Stereo strips behave in the same way as Pyramix strips with Mirror Y Linking
applied in the Surround Control window. The linking does not have to be made in Pyramix, it is part of the mapping.
Master/Monitor Strip
When the fader control strip on the ISIS Main Unit or a fader control strip on the ISIS Fader Expander is assigned as
a Master/Monitor Strip, the controls function as follows:
•
ENCODER
Monitor Volume
•
ENCODER (Press)
Reset Monitor Reference Volume
•
PLAY
Master automation play
•
WRITE
Master automation write
•
MUTE
Monitor volume mute
•
SOLO
Monitor Volume dim
•
FADER
Bus gain
Automation
Note: The automation buttons behave differently when assigned to Mixer Strips as
opposed to Master/Monitor Bus Strips.
In a control strip mapped to a Mixer Strip the PLAY and WRITE keys toggle on and off independently and control
the Strip's automation mode as follows:
•
PLAY Off / WRITE Off
=
Isolate
•
PLAY On / WRITE Off
=
Play
•
PLAY Off / WRITE On
=
Record
•
PLAY On / WRITE On
=
Auto-Write
In a control strip mapped to a Master/Monitor Bus the PLAY and WRITE keys toggle on and off and exclusively.
I.e. only one can be lit at a time. They control the Strip's automation mode as follows:
•
PLAY Off / WRITE Off
=
Master Automation Off
•
PLAY On / WRITE Off
=
Master Automation Play
•
PLAY Off / WRITE On
=
Master Automation Record
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Saving and loading Mappings
User Mappings
Clicking on the Load or Save buttons opens a Windows File Browser. ISIS Template Files with .map extension can
be saved or loaded at will. Clicking on Load Default opens this dialog:
Click on Yes to overwrite the current ISIS mapping with the default mapping or No to cancel.
Default mappings
Clicking on Save Default opens this dialog:
Click on Yes to set the current mapping as the default mapping for all projects or No to cancel.
Mappable Functions
A complete list of mappable functions can be found in Appendix I
Tips and Tricks
Auto-Solo
When any of the Jog modes are activated (Jog, Trim, Fade etc.) you may only wish to listen to the selection. Check
the Auto-Solo Selection box in the Settings > All Settings > Application > Jog/Chase : Jog Settings section. If
you wish to keep one or more tracks audible that are not part of the selection simply check the SF (solo-safe) box
on the strip.
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Chapter 9 - ISIS Fader Expansion
The ISIS Fader Expansion Unit offers greatly increased mixing capabilities.
•
The eight Control Strips are identical to the Control Strip on the ISIS main Unit.
•
By default, the cursor keys are unmapped.
•
The fader control strips are automatically assigned to Pyramix mixer strips in banks of 8.
•
The ten keys on the left of the unit bank switch the faders. Pressing '1-8' will assign the faders to Mixer
Strip 1-8, pressing '9-16' will assign the faders to Mixer Strip 9-16 etc.
•
When used in conjunction with the latching PRESET key, these buttons switch between the ten possible
Mixer PRESETS.
•
Each Mixer PRESET allows any Pyramix Mixer strip to be assigned to any physical ISIS Control Strip.
•
Mixer PRESETS are assigned in the Fader Expansion page of the ISIS Control Mapping Window.
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Chapter 10 - Crossfade Editing with ISIS
ISIS has very powerful editing capabilities in conjunction with the Fade Editor in Pyramix. To access these features
you will need to load a template file into ISIS as Follows:
•
Load the Xfades mapping file: go to All Settings > Project > Controller Mapping and select the ISIS
entry in the The following controllers are installed list by clicking on it.
•
Click on the Properties button to open the ISIS Control Mapping window.
•
Click on Load to open a browser window and navigate to C:\Program Files\Merging Technologies\Pyramix Virtual Studio\Templates\Isis\Xfade Editing and select the ISIS Template XFadesMapping 2LCD.map file.
•
Click on the Open button to close the browser and load the mapping.
•
Click on OK to exit the ISIS Control Mapping dialog.
You will now find that there are two new ISIS LCD Pages. The first is for control:
Crossfade Page
F1 T- LOCK
F2 AU O
F3 AU I
F4 AU X
F5 PREV
F6 NEXT
When selected Trim operations affect both sides of the crossfade
Audition cross-fade Out
Audition cross-fade In
Audition cross-fade
Jump to Previous crossfade
Jump to Next crossfade
F7 --|
F6 |\
F9 /|
F10 |-F11 UNDO
F12 MORE
Trim outgoing Cue
Adjust fade Out
Adjust fade In
Trim incoming Cue
Undoes all trim and fade adjustments since the crossfade was selected this time
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Crossfade Parameters
The second page is for choosing parameters:
F1-F3
Select the audition Pre-roll preset values (1 to 3)(as in the Fade Editor)
F4-F6
Select the audition Post-roll preset values (1 to 3) (as in the Fade Editor)
F7-F11
Select the Nudge preset value. (1 to 5)
F12 MORE
Note: Note: Pre and Post Roll Settings are made in All Settings > Application > Playback/Record in the Pre/Post Roll Settings section.
Nudge value settings are made in All Settings > Application > Editing in the Nudge
settings section.
Operation
With these tools, you can both jog-wheel and nudge-edit the cross-fades in the same context:
Select the operation (Trim, Fade) with the left hand on the LCD page and adjust the value with the right hand
using either the jog-wheel or the nudge arrows.
Note: Note: When going from nudge to jog-wheel, you need to re-select the wheel
mode (jog or shuttle) manually.
When you are happy with the current cross-fade NEXT accepts the changes you've made and takes you straight to
the next cross-fade, open and ready for adjustment. Using these tools it is possible to edit, for example dialogue,
very rapidly.
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Appendix 1 - Mappable Functions
Mappable functions are arranged in tabbed pages on the right-hand side of the ISIS Control Mapping window.
The following tables show all functions available for mapping to ISIS with default keyboard shortcuts and brief
function descriptions. For fuller explanations of any of the functions please see the main Pyramix User Manual.
Mixer
Mixer
Master/Monitor Strip
Mixer Strip 1
to
Mixer Strip 80
Monitor
Monitor
Surround Mix Input
Surround Mix Input
Surround Mix Input
Surround Mix Input
Surround Mix Input
Surround Mix Input
Surround Mix Input
Next Input
Next Output DownMix
Next Output SpeakerSet
Previous Input
Previous Output DownMix
Previous Output SpeakerSet
None Speakers
L Speakers
C Speakers
R Speakers
Ls Speakers
Rs Speakers
Lfe Speakers
Lc Speakers
Rc Speakers
Cs Speakers
Center Speakers
Operation Mode Speakers
Reset Speakers
Volume
Volume Dim
Volume Mute
Volume Ref
Active Machine
Active Machine
Toggle machines
NUM PLUS
Toggle between machines
Stop
Pause
Play
Record
Fast Forward
Fast Rewind
Scan Forward
Scan Rewind
Start
End
K, NUM 0
L
NUM DECIMAL
SHIFT + F8
SHIFT + F7
CTRL + F8
CTRL + F7
HOME, SHIFT + F5
END, SHIFT + F6
Stop
Pause
Play
Record
Fast Forward
Fast Rewind
Scan Forward
Scan Rewind
Start
End
Play Reverse
Play 1/2
Play 1/2 Reverse
CTRL + SPACE, J
SHIFT + SPACE
CTRL + SHIFT + SPACE
Play Reverse
Play 1/2
Play 1/2 Reverse
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Play 1/4
Play 1/4 Reverse
Play 1/16
Play 1/16 Reverse
Play 2x
Play 2x Reverse
Play 4x
Play 4x Reverse
ALT + SPACE
CTRL + ALT + SPACE
SHIFT + ALT + SPACE
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + SPACE
P
U
Toggle Play/Stop
Toggle Play/Pause
Toggle Play/Record
SPACE
NUM ENTER
Play 1/4
Play 1/4 Reverse
Play 1/16
Play 1/16 Reverse
Play 2x
Play 2x Reverse
Play 4x
Play 4x Reverse
Toggle Play/Stop
Toggle Play/Pause
Toggle Play/Record
Goto TimeCode
Goto TimeCode
Nudge +1 frame
Nudge -1 frame
Nudge +1 frame
Nudge -1 frame
Set Loop In
Set Loop Out
Goto Loop In
Goto Loop Out
Set Loop In
Set Loop Out
Goto Loop In
Goto Loop Out
Chase
Store Chase Offset
CTRL + F1
Chase
Store Chase Offset
Jog-Wheel Mode - Jog
Jog-Wheel Mode - Shuttle
Jog-Wheel Mode - Loop
Jog-Wheel Mode - Jump
Jog-Wheel Mode - Off
Jog-Wheel Mode - Jog
Jog-Wheel Mode - Shuttle
Jog-Wheel Mode - Loop
Jog-Wheel Mode - Jump
Jog-Wheel Mode - Off
Automation
Automation
Automation Off
Automation Play
Automation system is disabled
Automation system will playback any previously recorded automation
data
Automation system will playback any previously recorded automation
data and record new automation data for all enabled controls
Automation Write
Automation Snapshot
Creates an automation key frame at cursor position, for all armed automation controls
Places automation key frames at the in /out cursor positions, for all currently armed automation controls
Automation Snapshot Range
Delete Selected Points
Cut Selected Points
Copy Selected Points
Paste Points to Cursor
Paste Points to Original TC
Deletes all automation points inside selected region
Cuts all automation points inside selected region
Copies all automation points inside selected region
Pastes all copied or cut automation points at the cursor on selected track
Pastes all copied or cut automation points at original TimeCode on
selected track
Auto-Write Mode - Write & Release
Auto-Write Mode - Write & Hold
Auto-Write Mode - Update & Release
Auto-Write Mode - Update & Hold
Sets the Auto-Write Mode to Write & Release
Sets the Auto-Write Mode to Write & Hold
Sets the Auto-Write Mode to Update & Release
Sets the Auto-Write Mode to Update & Hold
Release Mode - Snap
Release Mode - Auto-Release
Release Mode - Write to Next
Release Mode - Write to End
Sets the Automation Release Mode to Snap
Sets the Automation Release Mode to Auto-Release
Sets the Automation Release Mode to Write to Next
Sets the Automation Release Mode to Write to End
Release Auto-Writing
CTRL + ALT + ESC
Releases all controls currently recording automation
Automation Tracks
Enables the automation versions for a specific control to be displayed.
Locate control in the tree view, double-click on control to update the
Automation Track Versions window
Opens automation settings dialog
Automation Settings
Clips
Clips
Select All
Select All to Mark In
CTRL + A
CTRL + I
Select all clips on Timeline
Select all clips on Timeline, to Mark In Point
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Select All between Marks
Select All from Mark Out
Select Source
Select Online Clips
Select Offline Clips
Deselect All
CTRL + B
CTRL + J
F9
Select Previous Clip
Select Next Clip
Add Previous Clip to Selection
Add Next Clip to Selection
Add all Preceding Clips to Selection
Add all Following Clips to Selection
Num LEFT
Num RIGHT
SHIFT + Num LEFT
SHIFT + Num RIGHT
Select clip to left of currently selected clip
Select clip to right of currently selected clip
Apply selection to clip to left of currently selected clip
Apply selection to clip to right selected clip
Apply selection to all clips preceding selected clip
Apply selection to all clips following selected clip
Nudge to Previous Edit
SHIFT + ALT + LEFT
Nudge to Next Edit
SHIFT + ALT + RIGHT
Nudges selected clip left (earlier in time) to the previous edit points in the
track or marks in the editor
Nudges the selected clip right (later in time) to the next edit points in the
track or marks in the editor
Nudge to Left
ALT + LEFT
Nudge to Right
ALT + RIGHT
Nudge to Left Custom
ALT + PGUP
Nudge to Right Custom
ALT + PGDOWN
ESC, CTRL + D
Nudge to Left Custom in Bars/Beats
Nudge to Right Custom in Bars/Beats
Nudge In to Left
Select all clips on Timeline, between In/Out Marks
Select all clips on Timeline, from Mark Out Point
Select all clips on current audio track
Select all clips that reference currently mounted Media
Select all clips that reference no currently mounted Media
Deselect all currently selected clips
Nudges selected clip left (earlier in time) by an amount equal to the current Nudge setting
Nudges the selected clip right (later in time) by an amount equal to the
current Nudge setting
Nudges the selected clip left (earlier in time) by an amount entered with
the keyboard
Nudges the selected clip right (later in time) by an amount entered with
the keyboard
Nudges the selected clip left (earlier in time) by an amount entered in
Bars/Beats with the keyboard
Nudges the selected clip right (later in time) by an amount entered in
Bars/Beats with the keyboard
Nudges selected clip start left (earlier in time) by an amount equal to the
current Nudge setting
Nudges the selected clip start right (later in time) by an amount equal to
the current Nudge setting
Nudges selected clip end left (earlier in time) by an amount equal to the
current Nudge setting
Nudges the selected clip end right (later in time) by an amount equal to
the current Nudge setting
Nudges selected clip media left (earlier in time) by an amount equal to
the current Nudge setting
Nudges the selected clip media right (later in time) by an amount equal to
the current Nudge setting
Nudge In to Right
Nudge Out to Left
Nudge Out to Right
Nudge Media to Left
Nudge Media to Right
Move Up
Move Down
Move Up with Fade
ALT + UP
ALT + DOWN
CTRL + ALT + UP
Move Down with Fade
CTRL + ALT + DOWN
Nudge Setting 1
Nudge Setting 2
Nudge Setting 3
Nudge Setting 4
Nudge Setting 5
CTRL + 1
CTRL + 2
CTRL + 3
CTRL + 4
CTRL + 5
Apply Nudge Setting 1
Apply Nudge Setting 2
Apply Nudge Setting 3
Apply Nudge Setting 4
Apply Nudge Setting 5
Set Sync Point to Cursor
Send Sync Point to Cursor
CTRL + M
CTRL + ALT + M
Sets a sync point at current cursor position
Sends(moves) the currently selected Clip so that its Sync Point is aligned
with the current position of the Playhead Cursor
Group
Ungroup
CTRL + G
CTRL + U
Groups together all selected clips in the Timeline
Ungroups members of a selected group clip in the Timeline
Lock
CTRL + L
Unlock
Lock Horizontal Drag
CTRL + K
Locks selected clips so that they can no longer be edited or moved in the
Timeline
Unlocks selected locked clips so that they can be edited
Clips cannot be dragged horizontally (left to right)
Clip Gain
Mute Clip
CTRL + SHIFT + G
CTRL + SHIFT + M
Displays an audio fader to set the audio level for the selected clips
Mutes all selected clips
Rename
Moves selected clip or region up to the adjacent track above it
Moves selected clip or region up to the adjacent track below it
Moves selected clip or region up to the adjacent track above it. If there is
another clip on the adjacent track at that location, it will interact with it by
crossfading
Moves selected clip or region up to the adjacent track below it. If there is
another clip on the adjacent track at that location, it will interact with it by
crossfading
Opens Rename Clips dialog
Edit Fade near Cursor
Edit Fade near Mouse
Q
W
Opens Fade Editor with fade near cursor ready for editing
Opens Fade Editor Allows with fade near current mouse position ready for
editing
Fade In New
Fade In Edit
Fade In Default
Fade In Default Curve
Fade In Power Linear
SHIFT + F9
SHIFT + F10
SHIFT + F11
SHIFT + F12
Apply new Fade In
Edit Fade In
Apply Fade In Default
Apply Fade In Default Curve
Apply Fade In Power Linear
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Fade In Tension Linear
Fade In dB Linear
Fade In Cosine
Fade In Root Cosine
Apply Fade In Tension Linear
Apply Fade In dB Linear
Apply Fade In Cosine
Apply Fade In Root Cosine
Fade Out New
Fade Out Edit
Fade Out Default
Fade Out Default Curve
Fade Out Power Linear
Fade Out Tension Linear
Fade Out dB Linear
Fade Out Cosine
Fade Out Root Cosine
ALT + F9
ALT + F10
ALT + F11
ALT + F12
Apply new Fade Out
Edit Fade Out
Fade Out Default
Apply Fade Out Default Curve
Apply Fade Out Power Linear
Apply Fade Out Tension Linear
Apply Fade Out dB Linear
Apply Fade Out Cosine
Apply Fade Out Root Cosine
X Fade New
X Fade Edit
X Fade Default
X Fade Default Curve
X Fade Power Linear
X Fade Tension Linear
X Fade dB Linear
X Fade Cosine
X Fade Root Cosine
CTRL + F9
CTRL + F10
CTRL + F11
CTRL + F12
Apply new Cross Fade
Edit Cross Fade
Cross Fade Default
Apply Cross Fade Default Curve
Apply Cross Fade Power Linear
Apply Cross Fade Tension Linear
Apply Cross Fade dB Linear
Apply Cross Fade Cosine
Apply Cross Fade Root Cosine
Envelope Reset
Envelope Reset Selection
Envelope Copy to Selection
Envelope Punch
Envelope Punch Selection
CTRL + R
CTRL + SHIFT + R
CTRL + SHIFT + C
CTRL + P
CTRL + SHIFT + P
Reset gain envelope for clip under mouse pointer
Reset gain envelope for whole selection
Copy envelope of clip under the mouse pointer to whole selection
Punch envelope of clip under the mouse pointer
Punch envelope of whole selection
Waveform follow Track
Generate Waveform
Clip Waveform display will always correspond to the setting for the entire
track in the Track information and Settings panel
Clip always shows the waveform display regardless of waveform display
settings for the track
Clip always shows the clip name regardless of waveform display settings
for the track
Generate waveform data for selected clip
Selection Properties
Properties
Opens Selection Properties display window
Opens Clip Properties display window
Waveform force Waveform
Waveform force Name
Selection
Selection
Nudge to Left
Nudge to Right
Nudge Start to Left
Nudge Start to Right
Nudge End to Left
Nudge End to Right
CTRL + SHIFT + LEFT
CTRL + SHIFT + RIGHT
CTRL + ALT + LEFT
CTRL + ALT + RIGHT
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + LEFT
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + RIGHT
Move Selection Up
Move Selection Down
Grow Selection Up
Grow Selection Down
Narrow Selection Up
Narrow Selection Down
CTRL + UP
Move selection to track above its current position
CTRL + DOWN
Move selection to track below its current position
CTRL + SHIFT + UP
Apply current selection to the track above its current position
CTRL + SHIFT + DOWN
Apply current selection to the track below its current position
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + DOWN Remove current selection from the track above its current position
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + UP
Remove current selection from the track below its current position
Set Cursor to Selection Start
;
Set Cursor to Selection Start with Preroll
Nudge selection to left
Nudge selection to right
Nudge selection start to right
Nudge selection start to left
Nudge selection end to right
Nudge selection end to left
Set Cursor to Selection End
#
Position Playhead Cursor to start point of selection
Position Playhead Cursor to start point of selection, adding the defined
Preroll value
Position Playhead Cursor to start point of selection, adding the defined
Preroll #2 value
Position Playhead Cursor to start point of selection, adding the defined
Preroll #3 value
Position Playhead Cursor to end point of selection
Set Selection Start to Cursor
Set Selection End to Cursor
[
]
Position start point of selection to Playhead Cursor position
Position end point of selection to Playhead Cursor position
Set Cursor to Selection Start with Preroll #2
Set Cursor to Selection Start with Preroll #3
Select between Gates
Gates to Selection
Position sets the Selection between selected track group Gates
Set the Gates around current selection
Select Clip(s) under Cursor
Cause the clip(s) positioned under current Playhead Cursor position to
become selected. This only applies to clips on selected audio track
Undo Selection
BACKSPACE
Cancel last selection command
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Redo Selection
Undo / Redo Selection
SHIFT + BACKSPACE
CTRL + BACKSPACE
Cancel (redo) last Undo Selection command
Toggle between last Undo / Redo Selection command
Settings
Settings
All Settings
Project Settings
Mixer Settings
ALT + G Opens General Settings Window
CTRL + FInformation Panel about current project
SHIFT + ALT + M
Opens Mixer Settings Window
Keyboard Shortcut Editor
Macro Editor
Interface Editor
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + C
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + M
Customize Keyboard Shortcuts (and export this table as Rich Text Format)
Customize Macros
Customize Interface
Tracks
Tracks
New Audio Track
New Virtual Track
CTRL + SHIFT + N
CTRL + SHIFT + T
Creates new audio tracks on the Timeline
Creates new virtual tracks on the Timeline
Delete
Delete to Last
CTRL + SHIFT + DELETE
Removes currently selected track from the Timeline
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + DELETEDeletes all tracks from currently selected tracks to the last track in the
Timeline
Auto-connect
Automatically connect all tracks sequentially to any available mixer inputs
Select All Clips
Select All Clips to Mark In
CTRL + SHIFT + A
CTRL + SHIFT + I
Select All Clips between Marks
Select All Clips from Mark Out
CTRL + SHIFT + B
CTRL + SHIFT + J
Deselect All Clips
CTRL + SHIFT + D
Selects and highlights all clips on the selected track
Selects all clips on the track from the beginning of the composition up to
the mark in
Selects all clips on the track between the Mark In and Mark Out
Selects all clips on the track from the Mark Out to the end of the composition
Deselects all clips on selected track
Ripple
Extend
Opens the Ripple Tracks window
Opens the Extend Tracks window
Select Previous Track Group
Select Next Track Group
Duplicate Selected Track Group
Auto Create/Delete Track Groups
Selects track group above the currently selected track group
Selects track group below the currently selected track track group
Duplicates currently selected track group
Track Groups are automatically created when inserting clips requires this
Select Previous Track
Select Next Track
Deselect Track
Auto Select Tracks
Synchronize Tracks & Strips
Rec Ready Selector
Rec Mode Selector
Solo Selector
Mute Selector
Monitor Selector
Track Selector
Set Marker Selector
Goto Marker Selector
Selector 1
To
Selector 48
UP
DOWN
SHIFT + ESC
Selects audio track above currently selected track
Selects audio track below currently selected track
Deselects currently selected audio track
Audio track is automatically selected on any click/move to its content
Audio track and associated mixer strip are always selected together
View
View
Show Ghosts
Show Media
ALT + H
ALT + J
Shows a ghost image of clips on related virtual tracks
Shows full extent of underlying media for selected clip as a red line on the
track above and below the selected clip
Frames
Samples
[ms]
CD frames
Display as CD time
ALT + F
ALT + S
ALT + [
ALT + C
Sets TimeCode display resolution to frames
Sets TimeCode display resolution to samples
Sets TimeCode display resolution milli-seconds
Sets TimeCode display resolution to CD frames
Displays Cursor TimeCode like a CD player
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Larger
Smaller
x1
x2
x4
x8
x16
x32
x64
dB
Auto-Scale Waveform
Show Full Waveform
SHIFT + ALT + 2
SHIFT + ALT + 1
ALT + 5
ALT + 6
ALT + 7
ALT + 8
ALT + 9
ALT + 0
Show Waveform Origin
Show Dynamic Waveform
Hide Clip Name when Waveform Shown
Fit in window
ALT + 1
Previous zoom
Zoom In
Zoom Out
ALT + 2
ALT + 3
ALT + 4
Recall Preset Zoom 1
Recall Preset Zoom 2
Recall Preset Zoom 3
Recall Preset Zoom 4
Recall Preset Zoom 5
Set Preset Zoom 1
Set Preset Zoom 2
Set Preset Zoom 3
Set Preset Zoom 4
Set Preset Zoom 5
Auto Zoom Selection
CTRL + ALT + 1
CTRL + ALT + 2
CTRL + ALT + 3
CTRL + ALT + 4
CTRL + ALT + 5
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + 1
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + 2
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + 3
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + 4
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + 5
SHIFT + F4
Show all Tracks
Hide Tracks without selection
Fit View to 1 Track
Fit View to 2 Tracks
Fit View to 4 Tracks
Fit View to 8 Tracks
Fit View to 16 Tracks
Fit View to All Tracks
Enlarge Track Size
Reduce Track Size
Increase the size of the waveform display
Decrease the size of the waveform display
Sets magnification factor of waveform display to 1x
Sets magnification factor of waveform display to 2x
Sets magnification factor of waveform display to 4x
Sets magnification factor of waveform display to 8x
Sets magnification factor of waveform display to 16x
Sets magnification factor of waveform display to 32x
Sets magnification factor of waveform display to 64x
Sets waveform display to decibels
Sets waveform display to automatically display an optimal waveform
Sets waveform display to display a waveform that is fully colored even at
sample level (like peak display)
Sets waveform display to display a waveform that also shows the 0dB origin at sample level
Sets waveform display to display a waveform that shows the dynamic
range for each pixel
Hides clip names when waveform is displayed
Adjusts horizontal magnification (zoom level) of Composition Editor main
window to fit the selected clip or region
Returns timeline view to the previous zoom resolution and location
Zooms in by a factor of 2x, centered around the middle of the Timeline
This command zooms out by a factor of 2x, centered around the middle
of the Timeline
Recall Preset Zoom 1
Recall Preset Zoom 2
Recall Preset Zoom 3
Recall Preset Zoom 4
Recall Preset Zoom 5
Set Preset Zoom 1
Set Preset Zoom 2
Set Preset Zoom 3
Set Preset Zoom 4
Set Preset Zoom 5
Timeline automatically zooms-in to any selection
Show (Unhide) all Tracks and Expand (Uncollapse) all Track Groups
Hide all tracks that have nothing selected
Fit current View to 1 Track
Fit current View to 2 Tracks
Fit current View to 4 Tracks
Fit current View to 8 Tracks
Fit current View to 16 Tracks
Fit current View to All Tracks
Enlarge current Track Size
Reduce current Track Size
Scroll Timeline Left
Scroll Timeline Right
Scroll Timeline Up
Scroll Timeline Down
CTRL + ALT + PGUP
CTRL + ALT + PGDOWN
CTRL + SHIFT + PGUP
CTRL + SHIFT + PGDOWN
Scroll the whole Timeline to the left
Scroll the whole Timeline to the right
Scroll the whole Timeline up
Scroll the whole Timeline down
Fixed Cursor while playing
Free Cursor while playing
CTRL + ALT + F
CTRL + ALT + D
Static playhead, scrolling Timeline
Playhead cursor is allowed to move off screen during playback
Transport
Mixer
Monitor
Media Management
Global libraries
Fade Library
ALT + T
ALT + M
Displays Large Transport Control
Displays Mixer
Displays Monitoring Section
Displays Media Management folders
Displays Global Libraries
Displays Fade library
TimeCode Toolbar
Feet
Feet Settings
Bars & Beats
Bars & Beats Settings
Tempo Map
Source - Destination
Transport Toolbar
Automation Toolbar
Information
On the Air
I/O Status
Overview
EDL
Document Libraries
Tracks
Track Groups
ALT + N
ALT + L
ALT + D
ALT + B
ALT + I
ALT + R
ALT + O
ALT + F1
ALT + F2
ALT + F3
Displays the whole TimeCode Toolbar
Displays the Feet Scale
Opens Feet Settings Dialog
Displays Bars & Beats Scale
Opens Bars & Beats Settings Dialog
Displays Tempo Map
Displays Source / Destination TimeCodes
Displays Transport Toolbar
Displays Automation Toolbar
Displays Information Window
Displays On the Air Window
Displays I/O Status Window
Show Overview Tab
Show EDL Tab
Show Document Libraries Tab
Show Tracks Tab
Show Track Groups Tab
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Playlists
Workspaces
Selection
Fade Editor
Markers
CD
Notes
Machines
Media Management
Global Libraries
Show Playlists Tab
Show Workspaces Tab
Show Selection Tab
Show Fade Editor Tab
Show Markers Tab
ALT + F5
ALT + F6
ALT + F7
ALT + F8
Show Notes Tab
Show Machines Tab
Show Media Management Tab
Show Global Libraries Tab
All Settings
Mixer Settings
ALT + G
SHIFT + ALT + M
Displays the General Settings Window
Displays Mixer Settings Window
Keyboard Shortcut Editor
Macro Editor
Interface Editor
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + C
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + M
Customize Keyboard Shortcuts (and export this table as Rich Text Format)
Customize Macros
Customize Interface
ALT + F4
Show CD Tab
Workspaces
Workspaces
Save Workspace 1
To
Save Workspace 10
Save Workspace 1
Update Current Workspace
Update Current Workspace
Recall Workspace 1
To
Recall Workspace 10
Recall Workspace 1
Recall Previous Workspace
Recall Next Workspace
Save Workspace 10
Recall Workspace 10
F10
Toggles backwards through the list of available Workspaces
Toggles forwards through the list of available Workspaces
Fade Editor
Fade Editor
Open Editor
Accept && Close Editor
Restore && Close Editor
Open Editor
Accept changes and close Editor
Restore changes and close Editor
Restore Fade
Undo Fade Change
Restore fade
Undo fade change
Previous Fade
Next Fade
Previous fade
Nest fade
Xify
Crossfade
Show Faders && Control
Show Parameters && Options
Show Faders and Control
Show Parameters and Options
Fit Fade
Zoom In
Zoom Out
Fit fade
Zoom In
Zoom Out
No Auto-Center
Auto-Center Fade
Auto-Center Reference Point
No Auto-center
Auto-center fade
Auto-center reference point
Free Zoom
Auto-Zoom
Auto-Zoom/Free
Timeline Zoom
Zoom Preset 1
To
Zoom Preset 5
Free zoom
Auto-zoom
Auto-zoom/free
Timeline zoom
Zoom preset#1
Nudge Out Gain Less
Nudge Out Gain More
Nudge In Gain Less
Nudge In Gain More
Nudge Out Gain Less
Nudge Out Gain More
Nudge In Gain Less
Nudge In Gain More
Zoom preset#5
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Nudge Intercept Less
Nudge Intercept More
Nudge Asymmetry Less
Nudge Asymmetry More
Nudge Intercept Less
Nudge Intercept More
Nudge Asymmetry Less
Nudge Asymmetry More
Nudge Out Length Less
Nudge Out Length More
Nudge In Length Less
Nudge In Length More
Nudge Out Length Less
Nudge Out Length more
Nudge In Length Less
Nudge In Length More
Nudge Out Position Left
Nudge Out Position Right
Nudge In Position Left
Nudge In Position Right
Nudge Out Position Left
Nudge Out Position Right
Nudge In Position Left
Nudge In Position Right
Nudge In Media Left
Nudge In Media Right
Nudge Out Media Left
Nudge Out Media Right
Nudge In Media Left
Nudge In Media Right
Nudge In Media Left
Nudge In Media Right
Link Length
Mirror Length
Link Position
Fade Safe
Force Safe
Link Length
Mirror Length
Link Position
Fade Safe
Force Safe
Audition X Fade
Audition X Fade with Ref
Audition Cross-Fade
Audition Cross-Fade with Reference
Audition Out with Curve
Audition Out without Curve
Audition Out after Fade
Audition Out with Curve with Ref
Audition Out without Curve with Ref
Audition Out after Fade with Ref
Audition Out Original Material
Audition Out with Curve
Audition Out without Curve
Audition Out after Fade
Audition Out with Curve with Reference
Audition Out without Curve with Reference
Audition Out after Fade with Reference
Audition Out Original Material
Audition In with Curve
Audition In without Curve
Audition In before Fade
Audition In with Curve with Ref
Audition In without Curve with Ref
Audition In before Fade with Ref
Audition In Original Material
Audition In with Curve
Audition In without Curve
Audition In after Fade
Audition In with Curve with Reference
Audition In without Curve with Reference
Audition In after Fade with Reference
Audition In Original Material
Audition Pre-Roll 1
Audition Pre-Roll 2
Audition Pre-Roll 3
Audition Post-Roll 1
Audition Post-Roll 2
Audition Post-Roll 3
Audition Speed 100%
Audition Speed 80%
Audition Speed 66%
Audition Speed 50%
Audition Speed 25%
Audition Solo
Audition Loop
Audition After Nudge
Audition Pre-Roll 1
Audition Pre-Roll 2
Audition Pre-Roll 3
Audition Post-Roll 1
Audition Post-Roll 2
Audition Post-Roll 3
Audition Speed 100%
Audition Speed 80%
Audition Speed 66%
Audition Speed 50%
Audition Speed 25%
Audition Solo
Audition Loop
Audition After Nudge
Set Memory 1
To
Set Memory 6
Recall Memory 1
To
Recall Memory 6
Set Memory 1
Load Default X Curve
Load Default X Preset
Save Default X Preset
Load Default X Curve
Load Default X Preset
Save Default X Preset
Load Default Out Curve
Load Default Out Preset
Save Default Out Preset
Load Default Out Curve
Load Default Out Preset
Save Default Out Preset
Load Default In Curve
Load Default In Preset
Save Default In Preset
Load Default In Curve
Load Default In Preset
Save Default In Preset
Set Memory 6
Recall Memory 1
Recall Memory 6
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Internal Machine
Internal Machine
Stop
Pause
Play
Record
Fast Forward
Fast Rewind
Scan Forward
Scan Rewind
Start
End
NUM 2
NUM 1
Stop
Pause
Play
Record
Fast Forward
Fast Rewind
Scan Forward
Scan Rewind
Start
End
Play Reverse
Play 1/2
Play 1/2 Reverse
Play 1/4
Play 1/4 Reverse
Play 1/16
Play 1/16 Reverse
Play 2x
Play 2x Reverse
Play 4x
Play 4x Reverse
Play Reverse
Play 1/2
Play 1/2 Reverse
Play 1/4
Play 1/4 Reverse
Play 1/16
Play 1/16 Reverse
Play 2x
Play 2x Reverse
Play 4x
Play 4x Reverse
Toggle Play/Stop
Toggle Play/Pause
Toggle Play/Record
Toggle Play/Stop Record Safe
Toggle Play/Stop
Toggle Play/Pause
Toggle Play/Record
Toggle Play/Stop without stopping any pending Record
Play with Preroll
Play with Preroll #2
Play with Preroll #3
Play with Preroll
Play with Preroll #2
Play with Preroll #3
Punch Selection
Punch Selection with Preroll
Punch Selection with Preroll #2
Punch Selection with Preroll #3
CTRL + NUM DECIMAL
SHIFT + NUM DECIMAL
Auto-punch with Preroll
Auto-punch with Preroll #2
Auto-punch with Preroll #3
Punch Selection
Punch Selection with Preroll
Punch Selection with Preroll #2
Punch Selection with Preroll #3
Auto-punch with Preroll
Auto-punch with Preroll #2
Auto-punch with Preroll #3
Remake last Punch (In only)
Remake last Punch (In - Out)
CTRL + SHIFT + NUM DECIMALRepeat last Punch operation (Punch In only)
SHIFT + ALT + NUM DECIMALRepeat last Punch operation
Play Selection
Loop Selection
Play between Marks
Loop between Marks
Play between Gates
Loop between Gates
NUM 3
SHIFT + NUM 3
CTRL + NUM 3
CTRL + SHIFT + NUM 3
Play Selection
Loop Selection
Play between Marks
Loop between Marks
Play between selected track group Gates
Loop between selected track group Gates
Audition Pre
Audition Pre (Preroll #2)
Audition Pre (Preroll #3)
Audition
Audition (Pre/Postroll #2)
Audition (Pre/Postroll #3)
Audition Post
Audition Post (Postroll #2)
Audition Post (Postroll #3)
NUM DIVIDE
SHIFT + NUM DIVIDE
CTRL + NUM DIVIDE
NUMMULTAudition
SHIFT + NUMMULT
CTRL + NUMMULT
NUM SUB
SHIFT + NUM SUB
CTRL + NUM SUB
Audition Pre
Audition Pre (Preroll #2)
Audition Pre (Preroll #3)
Audition (Pre/Postroll #2)
Audition (Pre/Postroll #3)
Audition Post
Audition Post (Postroll #2)
Audition Post (Postroll #3)
Audition Gate In Pre
Audition Gate In Pre (Preroll #2)
Audition Gate In Pre (Preroll #3)
Audition Gate In
Audition Gate In (Pre/Postroll #2)
Audition Gate In (Pre/Postroll #3)
Audition Gate In Post
Audition Gate In Post (Postroll #2)
Audition Gate In Post (Postroll #3)
Audition selected track groups Gate In Pre
Audition selected track groups Gate In Pre (Preroll #2)
Audition selected track groups Gate In Pre (Preroll #3)
Audition selected track groups Gate In
Audition selected track groups Gate In (Pre/Postroll #2)
Audition selected track groups Gate In (Pre/Postroll #3)
Audition selected track groups Gate In Post
Audition selected track groups Gate In Post (Postroll #2)
Audition selected track groups Gate In Post (Postroll #3)
Audition Gate Out Pre
Audition Gate Out Pre (Preroll #2)
Audition Gate Out Pre (Preroll #3)
Audition selected track groups Gate Out Pre
Audition selected track groups Gate Out Pre (Preroll #2)
Audition selected track groups Gate Out Pre (Preroll #3)
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Audition Gate Out
Audition Gate Out (Pre/Postroll #2)
Audition Gate Out (Pre/Postroll #3)
Audition Gate Out Post
Audition Gate Out Post (Postroll #2)
Audition Gate Out Post (Postroll #3)
Audition selected track groups Gate Out
Audition selected track groups Gate Out (Pre/Postroll #2)
Audition selected track groups Gate Out (Pre/Postroll #3)
Audition selected track groups Gate Out Post
Audition selected track groups Gate Out Post (Postroll #2)
Audition selected track groups Gate Out Post (Postroll #3)
Goto TimeCode
Goto TimeCode
Nudge +1 frame
Nudge -1 frame
Nudge +1 frame
Nudge -1 frame
Set Loop In
Set Loop Out
Goto Loop In
Goto Loop Out
Set Loop In
Set Loop Out
Goto Loop In
Goto Loop Out
Loop On/Off
Loop On/Off
Chase
Store Chase Offset
Auto-Chase
Chases the incoming LTC, VITC, RS-422 or VT
Store Chase Offset
Automatically enters in Chase Mode if not the Active Machine
Freeze External Machines
Freeze all External Machines at their current TimeCode
Cursor Auto-Return after playing
CTRL + ALT + C
Auto Return On/Off
Macro Tools
Macro Tools
Wait for Cursor Update
System Waits for Playhead Cursor position to reach system position
before launching next command in macro
System Waits for next Video Interrupt before launching next command in
macro
Wait for Next TimeCode Interrupt
Wait for Active Machine Stop
System Waits for Active Machine to Stop before launching next command
in macro
System Waits for Active Machine to Start before launching next command
in macro
Wait for Active Machine Running
Wait for Internal Machine Stop
System Waits for Internal Machine to Stop before launching next command in macro
System Waits for Internal Machine to Start before launching next command in macro
System Waits for Internal Machine to Lock incoming TimeCode before
launching next command in macro
Wait for Internal Machine Running
Wait for Internal Machine Chasing Locked
Wait for External Machine Stop
System Waits for External Machine to Stop before launching next command in macro
System Waits for External Machine to Start before launching next command in macro
Wait for External Machine Running
Store Cursor Memory 0
To
Store Cursor Memory 9
Stores current Playhead Cursor position in temporary memory location #0
Recall Cursor Memory 0
Move Playhead Cursor to position previously stored in temporary memory location #0
Stores current Playhead Cursor position in temporary memory location #9
To
Recall Cursor Memory 9
Move Playhead Cursor to position previously stored in temporary memory location
Macros
Macros
Rehearse Pre Selection Start
Rehearse Pre Selection End
Rehearse Post Selection Start
Rehearse Post Selection End
Rehearse Selection Start
Rehearse Selection End
Slip
Copy and Clear
Extend Selection to Start
Extend Selection to End
Show Start
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Show End
Left Gate to In Point-Sonic S-F7
2sec to Right Gate-Sonic A-F7
Adjust Gain-Sonic C-esc
All-Sonic A- Analog Black to Marks-Sonic S-F10
Audio I/O-Sonic CS-A
Background Mgr-Sonic N/A
Play Between Gates-Sonic A-F8
Play between In/Out-Sonic A-F5
Clear In/out-Sonic N/A
Clear In point-Sonic N/A
Clear Out point-Sonic N/A
Comment-Sonic F12
Create new Xfade-Sonic A-esc
Cue-Sonic C-1
Del&Ripple w/in Xfade-Sonic F4
Del&Ripple w/out Xfade-Sonic A-F4
Del w/ Black Fade-Sonic F3
Del w/Xfade-Sonic A-F3
Del Xfade-Sonic CS-E
Desk-Sonic F14
Edit Fade-Sonic CS-F
Edit List-Sonic CS-Esc
Edited Black to Marks-Sonic S-F9
EDL-Sonic F13
End of track-Sonic F10
Erase Mark-Sonic C-F9
External Devices-Sonic CS-M
Fast sync to Matching-Sonic
Find&Set Points-Sonic ACreate Segments From gates-Sonic CS-G
From In Point-Sonic F6
From LeftGate 2sec-Sonic A-F6
From OutPoint-Sonic F8
Full-Sonic N/A
In-Sonic C-2
Create Segments In Place-Sonic
Index-Sonic F11
Ins&Ripple w/Black Fade-Sonic A-F2
Ins&Ripple w/Xfade-Sonic F2
Ins w/Black Fade-Sonic A-F1
Ins w/Xfade-Sonic F1
Large-Sonic N/A
Left Edge to Left Gate-Sonic S-F2
Left Edge to wherever-Sonic
Left Gate to next edit-Sonic S-F5
Left Gate to next Mark-Sonic S-F6
Left Gate to Out Point-Sonic S-F8
Loop&Fill-Sonic CS-F4
Mount EDL-Sonic N/A
Mount Source in Sync-Sonic N/A
Move In Point to Out point-Sonic CSMove In Point-Sonic SC-[
Move Out Point -Sonic SC-]
Move to In Point-Sonic C-F7
Move to Left Gate-Sonic C-F5
Move to Out Point-Sonic C-F8
Move to Right Gate-Sonic C-F6
Move to Wherever-Sonic N/A
New EDL-Sonic A-N
New Project-Sonic N/A
New Soundfile-Sonic N/A
Nudge Left Both Points-Sonic CSANudge left In Point-Sonic CSA-[
Nudge left Out Point-Sonic CSA-]
Nudge Right in point-Sonic CA-[
Nudge Right Out point-Sonic CA-]
Nudge right Both Points-Sonic CAOpen EDL-Sonic C-F13
Open Project-Sonic N/A
Open Soundfile-Sonic N/A
Open Video-Sonic N/A
Out-Sonic A3
Play 1.0-Sonic A-1
Play 10.0 -Sonic N/A
Play 2.0-Sonic A-2
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Play 30.0-Sonic N/A
Play 5.0-Sonic A-3
Record Soundfile-Sonic N/A
Save AS-Sonic S-S
Redo Edit-Sonic /
Segment End-Sonic A-F10
Segment start-Sonic A-F9
Small-Sonic C-6
Standard-Sonic C-7
Start of Track-Sonic F9
Stop Record-Sonic CS-F9
Sync Mark-Sonic A-F11
Sync Mark to Left Gate-Sonic S-F4
Sync Mark to Wherever-Sonic S-F3
Sync to Left Gates-Sonic C-F1
Sync to Matching-Sonic N/A
Tiny-Sonic N/A
To in point-Sonic F5
To out Point-Sonic F7
Transport Panel-Sonic F15
Undo Edit -Sonic A-Z
Create Segments With Delete-Sonic
Create Segments With Delete Ripple-Sonic
Zoom around InPoint-Sonic CS-F5
Zoom around OutPoint-Sonic CS-F6
Zoom to 1.0-Sonic C-1
Zoom to 2.0-Sonic C-2
Zoom to 30.0-Sonic C-5
Zoom to 5.0-Sonic C-3
Zoom to Entire EDL CS-F7
Wherever
Store TC
Project
Project
New
New from Template
Open
Save
CTRL + N
CTRL + O
CTRL + S
Save As
Save as Template
Save as Version 4.1
Save as Version 4.3
Close
Information && Settings
CTRL + F
Create a new Editing Project or Digitizing session
Create a new Project based on a Template
Open an existing Editing Project or Digitizing session
Save current Project. If not previously saved, the Save As window will
appear
Save current Project with a new name
Save current Project as a Template
Save current Project as Version 4.1
Save current Project as Version 4.3
Close current Project. If file has changed, the Save window will appear
Opens Project Information and Settings Window
Import...
Export...
Opens InterChange Import Manager
Opens InterChange Export Manager
Import from Tape (Capture)
Export to Tape (Auto Edit)
Capture (record) into current Project from an external device
Export (playback) current composition to an external device
Archive
Creates a copy of current project with all associated files to another location
Create an optimized set of media files for current project
Convert entire project to another sampling rate
Stretch or Pitch change entire project from 24fps to 25fps (4% time compression or pitch down) or 25fps to 24fps (4.17% time expansion or pitch
up)
Change the speed (and pitch) of entire project by resampling its media
(Typically for 0.1% pull-up or pull down operations)
Reconform current project or selection by relinking to new media
Reconform current project by loading a Change EDL
Consolidate
Convert
Stretch / Pitch
CTRL + H
Resample
Relink to New Media
Load Change EDL
Render
CTRL + W
Mix Down
CTRL + Y
Generate CD Image / SACD Edited Master
Surround Post-processing
Render project or current selection to a new file
Mix current project or selection down to a new file through the mixer
Generate a CD Image from the current project
Encode current composition in a different Surround format such as AC3 or
DTS
Mount Referenced Media
Auto-Mount Media
Show Used Media
Select Online Clips
Select Offline Clips
Clean Up Media
Mount all media referenced by the current project
Media are automatically mounted when dragged onto the timeline
Highlight (in Media Manager window) all media used in current project
Select all clips that reference a currently mounted Media
Select all clips that reference no currently mounted Media
Delete all media not used by the current project
ALT + U
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Exit
Closes Pyramix and prompts you to save if project has changed
Cursor and Marks
Cursor and Marks
Nudge Cursor to Previous Edit
Nudge Cursor to Next Edit
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + TAB
CTRL + ALT + TAB
Nudge Cursor to Previous Edit
udge Cursor to Next Edit
Nudge Cursor to Previous Clip
Nudge Cursor to Next Clip
Nudge Cursor to Previous Clip Fade
Nudge Cursor to Next Clip Fade
SHIFT + TAB
TAB
CTRL + SHIFT + TAB
CTRL + TAB
Nudge Cursor to Previous Clips
Nudge Cursor to Next Clip
Nudge Cursor to Previous Clip Fade
Nudge Cursor to Next Clip Fade
Nudge Cursor to Previous Marker
Nudge Cursor to Next Marker
Nudge Cursor to Previous CD Marker
Nudge Cursor to Next CD Marker
Nudge Cursor to Left
Nudge Cursor to Right
Nudge Cursor to Left with Region
Nudge Cursor to Previous Marker
Nudge Cursor to Next Marker
Nudge Cursor to Previous CD Marker
Nudge Cursor to Next CD Marker
LEFT
RIGHT
Nudge Cursor to Right with Region
Nudge Cursor to Left Custom
PGUP, Nudge Cursor to Right Custom
PGDOWN, =
Nudge Cursor to Left Custom in Bars/Beats
Nudge Cursor to Right Custom in Bars/Beats
Nudge Cursor to Left
Nudge Cursor to Right
Nudge Cursor to Left and update nearest selection boundary to this location
Nudge Cursor to Right and update nearest selection boundary to this
location
Nudge Cursor to Left by an amount entered with the Keyboard
Nudge Cursor to Right by an amount entered with the Keyboard
Nudge Cursor to Left by an amount entered in Bars/Beats with the Keyboard
Nudge Cursor to Right by an amount entered in Bars/Beats with the Keyboard
Nudge Cursor to Previous Foot
Nudge Cursor to Next Foot
Nudge Cursor to Previous Foot Frame
Nudge Cursor to Next Foot Frame
Nudge Cursor to Previous Foot
Nudge Cursor to Next Foot
Nudge Cursor to Previous Foot Frame
Nudge Cursor to Next Foot Frame
Nudge Cursor to Previous Bar
Nudge Cursor to Next Bar
Nudge Cursor to Previous Beat
Nudge Cursor to Next Beat
Nudge Cursor to Previous Grid Step
Nudge Cursor to Next Beat Grid Step
Nudge Cursor to Previous Bar
Nudge Cursor to Next Bar
Nudge Cursor to Previous Beat
Nudge Cursor to Next Beat
Nudge Cursor to Previous Grid Step
Nudge Cursor to Next Grid Step
Nudge Mark In to Left
SHIFT + LEFT
Nudge Mark In to Right
SHIFT + RIGHT
Nudge Mark In to Left Custom
SHIFT + PGUP
Nudge Mark In to Right Custom
SHIFT + PGDOWN
Nudge Mark In to Left Custom in Bars/Beats
Nudge Mark In to Left
Nudge Mark In to Right
Nudge Mark In to Left by an amount entered with the Keyboard
Nudge Mark In to Right by an amount entered with the Keyboard
Nudge Mark In to Left by an amount entered in Bars/Beats with the Keyboard
Nudge Mark In to Right by an amount entered in Bars/Beats with the Keyboard
Nudge Mark In to Right Custom in Bars/Beats
Nudge Mark Out to Left
CTRL + LEFT
Nudge Mark Out to Right
CTRL + RIGHT
Nudge Mark Out to Left Custom
CTRL + PGUP
Nudge Mark Out to Right Custom
CTRL + PGDOWN
Nudge Mark Out to Left Custom in Bars/Beats
Nudge Mark Out to Right Custom in Bars/Beats
Nudge Mark Out to Left
Nudge Mark Out to Right
Nudge Mark Out to Left by an amount entered with the Keyboard
Nudge Mark Out to Right by an amount entered with the Keyboard
Nudge Mark Out to Left by an amount entered in Bars/Beats with the Keyboard
Nudge Mark Out to Right by an amount entered in Bars/Beats with the
Keyboard
Nudge Gate In to Left
Nudge Gate In to Right
Nudge Gate In to Left
Nudge Gate In to Right
Nudge Gate Out to Left
Nudge Gate Out to Right
Nudge Gate Out to Left
Nudge Gate Out to Right
Goto TimeCode
Goto Foot
Goto Beat
NUM 6
SHIFT + NUM 6
CTRL + NUM 6
Position Playhead Cursor to a specific TimeCode
Position Playhead Cursor to a specific Foot
Position Playhead Cursor to a specific Beat
Cursor to Mark In
Cursor to Mark Out
Cursor to Gate In
Cursor to Gate Out
Cursor to Selected Marker
Cursor to Start of Selected Track
Cursor to End of Selected Track
NUM 4
NUM 5
Moves Playhead Cursor to the Mark In
Moves Playhead Cursor to the Mark Out
Moves Playhead Cursor to the selected track group Gate In
Moves Playhead Cursor to selected track group Gate Out
Moves Playhead Cursor to Selected Marker
Moves Playhead Cursor to start position of first clip on selected track
Moves Playhead Cursor to end position of first clip on selected track
SHIFT + ENTER
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Auto Center on Goto
Mark In to Cursor
Mark Out to Cursor
Gate In to Cursor
Gate Out to Cursor
Marks to Selection
Lock Marks
Hide Marks
Timeline automatically centers display to new Playhead Cursor position
when the Goto TimeCode command is used
NUM 7, F7
NUM 8, F8
Moves Mark In to Playhead Cursor
Moves Mark Out to Playhead Cursor
Moves selected track group Gate In to Playhead Cursor
Moves selected track group Gate Out to Playhead Cursor
Moves Mark Out to current selection
Prevents Mark In/Out points from being changed
Removes Mark In/Out cursors
ENTER
CTRL + SHIFT + L
Add Marker to Cursor
NUM 9
Prompt for Marker Name at insertion
Delete Selected Marker
SHIFT + DELETE
Move Selected Marker to Cursor
CTRL + ENTER
Adds a new Marker to current Playhead Cursor Position
System prompts for Marker Name and Color at insertion
Deletes currently selected Marker
Moves selected Marker to current Playhead Cursor Position
Set Marker 1
To
Set Marker 10
Goto Marker 1
To
Goto Marker 10
SHIFT + 1
Set Marker #1 to current Playhead Cursor Position
SHIFT + 0
1
Set Marker #10 to current Playhead Cursor Position
Set Playhead Cursor position to Marker #1
0
Set Playhead Cursor position to Marker #10
Select Previous Marker
Select Next Marker
Selects the previous (left)Marker
Selects the next (right)Marker
Show Cursor
Show Mark In
Show Mark Out
Show Gate In
Automatically centers Timeline display to Playhead Cursor
Automatically centers Timeline display to Mark In
Automatically centers Timeline display to Mark Out
Automatically centers the Timeline display to the selected track group
Gate In
Automatically centers the Timeline display to the selected track group
Gate Out
Automatically centers the Timeline display to selected Marker
Show Gate Out
Show Selected Marker
Add CD Start Marker to Cursor
Add CD Stop Marker to Cursor
Add CD Index Marker to Cursor
Delete Selected CD Marker
CD Mark Groups
SHIFT + ALT + ENTER
CTRL + ALT + ENTER
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + ENTER
SHIFT + ALT + DELETE
SHIFT + ALT + GCD
Adds CD Stop marker at Playhead Cursor
Adds CD Start marker at Playhead Cursor
Adds a CD Index marker at Playhead Cursor
Deletes selected CD Marker
Markers Groups are automatically placed on the Timeline
Digitizing Session
Digitizing Session
Record
Auto Edit
Pause
Stop
Play
Accept
Cancel
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
Start record
Start a time tagged recording
Pause recording
Stop recording
Play current recording
Accept current recording
Erase current recording
Edit
Edit
Undo
Redo
CTRL + Z, F5
CTRL + SHIFT + Z, F6
Cancels last edit command
Cancels last Undo command
Delete
Cut
Copy
Paste to Cursor
Paste Tail to Cursor
Paste Sync Point to Cursor
DELETE
CTRL + X, F2
CTRL + C, F3
CTRL + V, F4
Deletes currently selected clip/selection
Cuts current selection and saves it on the clipboard
Copies current selection and saves it on the clipboard
Inserts clipboard contents beginning at current cursor position
Inserts clipboard contents ending at current cursor position
Inserts clipboard contents with sync point placed at current cursor position
Opens the Placement Tool for more extensive placement options
Inserts clipboard contents at pasted clip's original source time code position
Inserts clipboard contents beginning at end of the current selection
Paste && Place
Paste to Original TimeCode
SHIFT + ALT + V
Paste to End of Selection
Fill Selection
Replace Selection
Loop Selection
CTRL + SHIFT + V
CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + V
Substitutes clipboard contents for selected clip or region
Substitutes clipboard contents for selected clip or region and ripple subsequent clips if necessary
Substitutes clipboard contents looped to fill selection for selected clip or
region
ISIS User Guide : Appendix 1 - Mappable Functions
Page 46
Fit Selection
Enables inserted clips to be fitted into specified regions on the timeline.
Requires Timezone plug-in
Delete and Ripple
Cut and Ripple
CTRL + DELETE
CTRL + ALT + X
Paste and Ripple
CTRL + ALT + V
Insert Silence
CTRL + ALT + S
Delete and Join
Cut and Join
Delete and Ripple to Black
Deletes current selection and ripples subsequent material
Cuts current selection and saves it on the clipboard and ripples subsequent material
Inserts clipboard contents starting at cursor position, and ripples subsequent material
Inserts blank space (silence) into to current selection
Deletes current selection and ripples end of clip
Cuts current selection and saves it on the clipboard and ripples end of clip
Deletes current selection and ripples all following butted or crossfaded
clips
Cuts current selection and saves it on the clipboard and ripples all following butted or crossfaded clips
Cut and Ripple to Black
Split
CTRL + T
Unsplit
Trim
Trim In to Cursor
Trim Out to Cursor
Stretch
Reverse
Normalize
CTRL + SHIFT + X
CTRL + SHIFT + S
CTRL + ALT + N
Consolidate
Spread
Abut to selected
CTRL + Q
CTRL + SHIFT + E
CTRL + E
Automatic Silence Removal
Delete with Media
Splits selected clips into two clips at the point where the Playhead Cursor
crosses them
Joins two previously split clips
Adjusts both ends of the selected Clip(s) to the current region selection
Adjusts the Start of the selected Clip(s) to the Cursor position
Adjusts the End of the selected Clip(s) to the Cursor position
Stretches or squeezes a clip by dragging
Reverses selected clip
normalizes selected clip
Makes a selective backup of the media segments used in the Composition
Inserts space (silence) between selected clips
All clips on a track between Mark In and Mark Out are abutted to the
selected clip between the marks
Opens the Automatic Silence Removal window
Removes selected clip from the composition, and deletes associated
media file(s)
Updates the Media files Original source TC for all selected clips to their
TimeCode position in the composition. CANNOT BE UNDONE
Update Media Original TC
Auto-Edit Source to Destination
Overwrite Source to Destination
Insert Source to Destination
Replace Source to Destination
Fit Source to Destination
Auto Set Destination Gate In after Edit
Auto Select Destination after Edit
Limit 1 Gate Sources to End/Beginning of Clip
3 Gates Auto-Edit does Overwrite
3 Gates Auto-Edit does Insert
Executes appropriate Source/Destination 2, 3 or 4 point editing operation
depending on the Gates status
Overwrites content between the Destination Track Group Gates with content between Source Track Group Gates
Inserts content between Source Track Group Gates to Destination Track
Group Gates
Replaces content between Destination Track Group Gates with content
between Source Track Group Gates by rippling the Destination
Replaces content between Destination Track Group Gates with content
between Source Track Group Gates by stretching the Source
Destination Gate In point is automatically set to current Gate Out point
after any Source-Destination operation
Destination Track Group is automatically selected after any Source-Destination operation
Source material between Source Gate and end of clip under the Gate
instead of whole track is copied to Destination
When 2 Gates are set in a Source and 1 is set in the Destination then AutoEdit performs an Overwrite operation
When 2 Gates are set in a Source and 1 is set in the Destination then AutoEdit performs an Insert operation
Move
Trim In
Trim Out
Trim Fade In
Trim Fade Out
Trim Fade In X
Trim Fade Out X
Trim Sync Point
Slide Media
Accept Current Edit
Abort Current Edit
Wheel moves selection
Wheel trims In point
Wheel trims Out point
Wheel trims Fade In
Wheel trims Fade Out
Wheel trims Fade In Symmetrically
Wheel trims Fade Out Symmetrically
Wheel trims Sync Point
Wheel slides Media
Accept current Wheel Edit
Abort current Wheel Edit
Auto-Ripple
Auto-Crossfade
'All Insert or Remove operations ripple rest of track(s)
The default crossfade (defined in the Fade Editor Tab Window) is applied
to any Paste and Source-Destination operation
All Cut / Copy / Paste operation include Automation Tracks
Updates original source TimeCode of any copied/moved selection to the
position it was just before moving it
Enable Automation Cut/Copy/Paste
Update Original TC on Move
Snap Off
Snap to Edits
Snap to Scale
Snap to Feet Scale
Snap to Bars && Beats Grid
Snap mode is disabled
Snap mode is set to Edits
Snap mode is set to Scale
Snap mode is set to Feet Scale
Snap mode is set to Bars & Beats Grid
Snap Cursor
Cursor also snaps following current mode
ISIS User Guide : Appendix 1 - Mappable Functions
Page 47
Snap Region Selection
Selection also snaps following current mode
Snap Selection Head
Snap Selection Tail
Snap Selection Sync Point
Snap mode is set to Head of selection
Snap mode is set to Tail of selection
Snap mode is set to Sync Point of selection
Overwrite
Pastes contents of Clipboard at Playhead cursor position overwriting any
existing clip(s) on the track
Pastes contents of Clipboard at Playhead Cursor Position Inserting a track
if the operation would overwrite any existing clips Track
Removes selection retaining sync of subsequent clips
Removes selection and Ripples subsequent clips
Paste follows existing Insert and Remove modes
Snap Head of Clipboard contents to End of last Clip on track
Snap Tail of Clipboard contents to Beginning of first Clip on track
Snap Head of Clipboard contents to Nearest Clip
Snap Tail of Clipboard contents to Nearest Clip
Snap Clipboard contents to Original TimeCode
Insert Track
Remove
Remove && Ripple
Don't Snap
Head to End
Tail to Beginning
Head to Nearest
Tail to Nearest
Snap to Original TimeCode
External Machines
External Machines
Stop
Pause
Play
Record
Fast Forward
Fast Rewind
Scan Forward
Scan Rewind
Start
End
NUM 2
NUM 1
Stop
Pause
Play
Record
Fast Forward
Fast Rewind
Scan Forward
Scan Rewind
Start
End
Play Reverse
Play 1/2
Play 1/2 Reverse
Play 1/4
Play 1/4 Reverse
Play 1/16
Play 1/16 Reverse
Play 2x
Play 2x Reverse
Play 4x
Play 4x Reverse
Play Reverse
Play 1/2
Play 1/2 Reverse
Play 1/4
Play 1/4 Reverse
Play 1/16
Play 1/16 Reverse
Play 2x
Play 2x Reverse
Play 4x
Play 4x Reverse
Toggle Play/Stop
Toggle Play/Pause
Toggle Play/Record
Toggle Play/Stop
Toggle Play/Pause
Toggle Play/Record
Goto TimeCode
NUM 6
Goto TimeCode
Nudge +1 frame
Nudge -1 frame
NUMMULT
NUM DIVIDE
Nudge +1 frame
Nudge -1 frame
Set Loop In
Set Loop Out
Goto Loop In
Goto Loop Out
NUM 7
NUM 8
NUM 4
NUM 5
Set Loop In
Set Loop Out
Goto Loop In
Goto Loop Out
Chase
Store Chase Offset
Auto-Chase
Eject
Chases the Active Machine
Store Chase Offset
Automatically enters in Chase Mode if not the Active Machine
NUM SUBEject
Enable Record On/Off
Record Ready V1
Record Ready A1
To
Record Ready A8
Enable Record On/Off
Record Ready V1
Record Ready A1
Goto Locator 1
To
Goto Locator 10
Set Locator 1
To
Set Locator 10
Goto Locator 1
Record Ready A8
Goto Locator 10
Set Locator 1
Set Locator 10
ISIS User Guide : Appendix 1 - Mappable Functions
Page 48
Appendix II - Technical Specifications
•
ISIS-RC communication: 10BaseT Ethernet over TCP/IP
•
ISIS-FE communication: to/from ISIS-RC over RS-232
•
LCD screen: backlit monochrome blue Dot Matrix 240 * 64 pixels
•
Motorized fader resolution: 1024 steps (10 bit)
•
Continuous rotary control action with LED position indicators
•
Jog wheel resolution: 100 pulses per rotation
•
Power Supply: 12V at 2.5A DC, Pin (centre) POSITIVE, Sleeve (Outer) NEGATIVE
•
Max power consumption: ISIS-RC 11Watt, ISIS-FE 24 Watt
•
Size: 450mm (W), 300mm (D), 80mm (H)
•
Weight: ISIS-RC 3.5 kg, ISIS-FE 3.8 kg
ISIS User Guide : Appendix 1 - Mappable Functions
Page 49
Appendix III - Expansion Connector Pin-out
Main Unit rear panel connector
8
1
15
9
DB15 Female Connector
Signal
DB-15-F
Signal
DB-15-F
DC POWER OUT
1
DC POWER OUT
9
DC POWER OUT
2
DC POWER OUT
10
DC POWER OUT
3
GROUND
11
GROUND
4
GROUND
12
GROUND
5
RS232 RX2
13
RS232 TX2
6
GROUND
14
GROUND
7
RS232 RX1
15
RS232 TX1
8
Fader Expansion Unit rear panel connector
1
8
9
15
DB15 Male Connector
Signal
DB-15-M
Signal
DB-15-M
DC POWER IN
1
DC POWER IN
9
DC POWER IN
2
DCPOWER IN
10
DCPOWER IN
3
GROUND
11
GROUND
4
GROUND
12
GROUND
5
RS232 TX2
13
RS232 RX2
6
GROUND
14
GROUND
7
RS232 TX1
15
RS232 RX1
8
Cable Specification
Maximum approved length:
1.5M
Cable Type:
ALPHA CABLE, 7-PAIR, 24AWG, SCREENED.
Part number:
5477C-100
Note:
Drain wire is connected to Pin 11 and must be insulated with sleeving.
ISIS User Guide : Appendix III - Expansion Connector Pin-out
Page 50
Appendix IV - Troubleshooting / FAQ
ISIS not communicating with PC
If the ISIS does not appear to be communicating with Pyramix first check that ISIS is enabled in Settings > All Settings > Remote Control > Controller by selecting the ISIS entry in the list and clicking on Properties to open the
Controller Properties dialog. If the ISIS is not enabled, click the check box to enable it, click OK to close the dialog and click on Apply Changes to Controller to enable. If the ISIS does not respond, disable then re-enable it.
If the ISIS still fails to respond check that there is an IP address shown in the Selected Device: combo box of the
ISIS Configuration dialog and that the address is appropriate for your network configuration. If an IP address is
shown but is inappropriate then please see Setting the ISIS Static IP Address on page 15. If no IP address is
shown, check the physical connections and network topology.
ISIS User Guide : Appendix IV - Troubleshooting / FAQ
Page 51
ISIS User Manual : Index
A
Automation
ISIS Warranty
28
6
J
Jog Wheel 23
Jog Wheel Settings
C
Cable Specification 50
CE Notice 6
Channel Strip Functions 18
Checking IP Configuration 16
Checking Network Connections
Connections 9
Contact 7
Crossfade Editing 31
Crossfade Page 31
Crossfade Parameters 32
L
16
D
Default Configuration 18
Default mappings 29
Direct Access to LCD Pages
drivers 10
25
19
LCD Contrast 17
LCD Display 19
LCD User Pages 27
LED Brightness 17
M
Machine Select page 21
Manual PC TC/IP Address Configuration 13
Mappable Functions 29, 33
Mapping Functions to ISIS Keys 26
Mapping Mixer Strips to ISIS Controller Strips
Master/Monitor Strip 28
Monitor page 22
E
N
Edit 24
Expansion Connector Pin-out
EXPANSION Socket 10
Navigating LCD Pages
50
FAQ 51
FCC Notice 6
First User page 21
Function Soft Keys 19
P
G
R
Global Shortcuts
20
I
Initial Configuration 11
Installation 9
Introduction 8
Invalid Mappings 27
ISIS Fader Expansion 30
19
O
Overview
F
28
8
Positioning 9
Power Jack 10
Power up sequence
11
Removing a Mapping
RJ-45 Jack 10
27
S
Setting the ISIS Static IP Address
Software 10
Special Mappings 27
STATIC DANGER NOTICE 6
ISIS User Manual : Index
15
Page 52
Static IP Address 15
Surface Labels 18
System Requirements
9
T
TC/IP Address Configuration 13
Technical Specifications 49
Tips and Tricks 29
Track Select Key Functions 20
Transport Control 23
U
User Configuration
User Mappings 29
User page (default)
26
21
V
Viewing the IP Address
16
W
Windows XP SP2 Firewall
13
ISIS User Manual : Index :
1 - 53
Index
A
Automation
L
28
LCD Contrast 17
LCD Display 19
LCD User Pages 27
LED Brightness 17
C
Cable Specification 50
CE Notice 6
Channel Strip Functions 18
Checking IP Configuration 16
Checking Network Connections
Connections 9
Contact 7
Crossfade Editing 31
Crossfade Page 31
Crossfade Parameters 32
M
16
Machine Select page 21
Manual PC TC/IP Address Configuration 13
Mappable Functions 29, 33
Mapping Functions to ISIS Keys 26
Mapping Mixer Strips to ISIS Controller Strips
Master/Monitor Strip 28
Monitor page 22
D
N
Default Configuration 18
Default mappings 29
Direct Access to LCD Pages
drivers 10
Navigating LCD Pages
19
8
P
Edit 24
Expansion Connector Pin-out
EXPANSION Socket 10
F
50
Positioning 9
Power Jack 10
Power up sequence
11
R
FAQ 51
FCC Notice 6
First User page 21
Function Soft Keys 19
G
Global Shortcuts
19
O
Overview
E
28
20
I
Initial Configuration 11
Installation 9
Introduction 8
Invalid Mappings 27
ISIS Fader Expansion 30
ISIS Warranty 6
J
Jog Wheel 23
Jog Wheel Settings
Removing a Mapping
RJ-45 Jack 10
27
S
Setting the ISIS Static IP Address
Software 10
Special Mappings 27
STATIC DANGER NOTICE 6
Static IP Address 15
Surface Labels 18
System Requirements 9
15
T
TC/IP Address Configuration 13
Technical Specifications 49
Tips and Tricks 29
Track Select Key Functions 20
Transport Control 23
25
U
User Configuration
ISIS User Manual : Index : Index
26
Page 54
User Mappings 29
User page (default)
W
21
Windows XP SP2 Firewall
13
V
Viewing the IP Address
16
ISIS User Manual : Index : Index
Page 55
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