VC-200HD/VC-300HD Command Reference

VC-200HD/VC-300HD Command Reference
Command Overview
The basic command syntax consists of a line of ASCII code: “stx” followed by “3 letters (uppercase)” and then a “;”
(semicolon).
The three letters indicate the command type. Also, when there are parameters for the command, a colon is inserted
between the three letters and the parameter. If there are multiple parameters, they are separated with a comma (,).
“stx” This is a signal name (code number 02H (hexadecimal) in ASCII code. It is a control code indicating the start of
a command.
“:” This is a code for this device to recognize the separation of the command and its parameters.
“;” This code is for this device to recognize the end of a command.
Example 1) When sending an input format request, the ASCII code line “stxVIF;” is sent.
Example 2) When loading Preset3, the ASCII code line “stxPSE:2;” is sent.
Commands received by VC-300HD
In the following, stx (02H), ACK (06H), and Xon (11H)/Xoff (13H) are control codes.
Note: When an external device is connected to the VC-300HD and sends a command, please confirm that ACK is
returned before sending the next command.
VER Request for version information (06H)
stxVER;
Send to learn the VC-300HD version.
The version information is returned.
ACS Request for the active sense
stxACS;
Send to learn the status of the unit.
ACK is returned if the unit is not doing anything.
SYN Request for the sync status
stxSYN;
Send to learn the sync status of the unit.
The sync status is returned when the unit correctly receives the command.
VIF Request for the video input format
stxVIF;
Send to learn the input format status of the unit.
The input format status is returned when the unit correctly receives the command.
VOF Request for the video output format
stxVOF;
Send to learn the output format status of the unit.
The output format status is returned when the unit correctly receives the command.
DAT Request for the data set
stxDAT: a,[b,[c,d,e]];
a: Menu number
b: Parameter value 1
c: Parameter value 2
d: Parameter value 3
e: Parameter value 4
Sets the unit's menu. Parameter values 1–4 may need to be sent depending on the menu number. See “Menu Implementation” (P. 3–4) for information
regarding menu numbers and parameter values.
ACK is returned when the unit correctly receives the command. When a:990 is sent, a bulk dump is returned.
For items without parameter value descriptions in “Menu Implementation,” the menu content is executed when the menu number is sent. Please send
all parameters for items that have multiple parameter values.
1
PSE Preset loads
stxPSE:a;
a: 0–3 (0 Preset1, 1 Preset2, 2 Preset3, 3 Factory Load)
Loads the preset.
ACK is returned when the unit correctly receives the command.
Xon Flow control (11H)
Xoff Flow control (13H)
Commands sent by VC-300HD
ACK Response when correctly received
stxACK;
Sent when the sent command was received correctly.
ERR Error information
stxERR:a;
a: 0 (syntax error) There was a syntax error in the received command.
5 (out of range error) The parameter of the received command is out of range.
VER Version information
stxVER: “a”, “b”, “c”;
a: Device name (VC-300HD)
b: Version
c: Reserved
This is sent when the unit receives the VER command. The version information is an ASCII string.
SYN Sync status response
stx:SYN:a,b;
a: 0–2 (0 external sync lock, 1 video input sync, 2 internal)
b: 0–2 (0 unlock, 1 chase, 2 lock)
This is sent when the unit receives the SYN command.
VIF Request for the video input format
stxVIF:“a”;
a: Format string, “- -” when the input format is not defined
This is sent when the unit receives the VIF command.
VOF Request for the video output format
stxVOF:“a”;
a: Format string, “- -” when the output format is not defined
This is sent when the unit receives the VOF command.
DAT Bulk dump response
stxDAT:a,[b,[c,d,e]];
a: Menu number
b: Parameter value
Menu 990 Sent when bulk dump is executed or when DAT:990; is received.
Xon Flow control (11H)
Xoff Flow control (13H)
2
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Menu Implementation
Item Number
Item Name
Parameter Values
Corresponding Set Value
100
Video Source
0–4
0: i.LINK, 1: CMPNT, 2: DVI-D, 3: DVI-A, 4: SDI
Note: With VC-200HD, ERR:5; is returned when 4: SDI is selected.
110
i.LINK IN
0–15
0: Auto, 1: DV480/60i, 2: DV576/50i, 3: HDV720/60P, 4: HDV720/50P,
5: HDV1080/60i, 6: HDV1080/50i, 7: DV480/24P, 8: HDV480/60P,
9: HDV576/50P, 10: HDV720/30P, 11: HDV720/25P, 12: HDV720/24P,
13: HDV1080/30P, 14: HDV1080/25P, 15: HDV1080/24P
120
COMPONENT IN
0–12
0: Auto, 1: 480/59.94i, 2: 576/50i, 3: 480/59.94p, 4: 576/50p, 5: 720/59.94p,
6: 720/50p, 7: 1080/59.94i, 8: 1080/50i, 9: 1080/23.98PsF, 10: 720/60p,
11: 1080/60i, 12:1080/24PsF
122
In 480i Setup
0–1
0: 0IRE, 1: 7.5IRE
130
DVI-D IN
0–15
0: Auto, 1: 640x480/60, 2: 640x480/75, 3: 800x600/60, 4: 800x600/75,
5: 1024x768/60, 6: 1024x768/75, 7: 1152x864/75, 8: 1280x768/60,
9: 1280x960/60, 10: 1280x1024/60, 11: 1280x1024/75, 12: 1360x768/60,
13: 1400x1050/60, 14: 1400x1050/75, 15: 1600x1200/60
131
DVI-A IN
0–5
0: Auto, 1: 640x480/60, 2: 640x480/75, 3: 800x600/60, 4: 800x600/75,
5: 1024x768/60
132
DVI-A AutoConfig
Note: When DAT is sent, the menu is executed.
133
DVI-A H Position
-100–+100
-100–+100 (pixel)
134
DVI-A V Position
-100–+100
-100–+100 (line)
135
DVI-A Frequency
-100–+100
-100–+100 (clock)
136
DVI-A Phase
-100–+100
-100–+100
140
SDI IN
0–31
0: Auto, 1: 480/59.94i, 2: 576/50i, 3: 720/59.94p, 4: 720/50p, 5: 1080/59.94i,
6: 1080/50i, 7: 480/23pOv59i, 8: 720/29pOv59p, 9: 720/29.97p,
10: 720/25pOv50p, 11: 720/25p, 12: 720/23pOv59p, 13: 720/23.98p,
14: 1080/29.97PsF, 15: 1080/29.97p, 16: 1080/25PsF, 17: 1080/25p,
18: 1080/23pOv59i, 19: 1080/23.98PsF, 20: 1080/23.98p, 21: 720/60p,
22: 720/30pOv60p, 23: 720/30p, 24: 720/24pOv60p, 25: 720/24p,
26: 1080/60i, 27: 1080/30PsF, 28: 1080/30p, 29: 1080/24PsF,
30: 1080/24pOv60i, 31: 1080/24p
150
Audio Source
0–3
0: Auto, 1: i.LINK, 2: AUDIO IN, 3: SDI
Note: With VC-200HD, ERR:5; is returned when 3: SDI is selected.
160
AUDIO In Ch
0–3
0: CH1/2 CH1/2, 1: CH1/2 CH3/4, 2: CH3/4 CH1/2, 3: CH3/4 CH3/4
161
In Ch1&2 NomLv
0–3
0: +4dBu, 1: -2dBu, 2: -4dBu, 3: -10dBu
162
In Ch3&4 NomLv
0–3
0: +0dBu, 1: -6dBu, 2: -8dBu, 3: -14dBu
170
DV In Audio Ch
0–1
0: Ch1/2, 1: Ch3/4
200
Scaling Type
0–2
0: Squeeze, 1: SidePnl/Ltr, 2: Crop
210
Out Zoom
50–200
50–200 (%)
211
Out H Position
-100–+100
-10–+100 (%)
212
Out V Position
-100–+100
-100–+100 (%)
220
Noise Reduction
0–63
0: Off, 1–63
221
Enhancement
0–63
0: Off, 1–63
222
Video Red Gain
-100–+100
-100–+100
223
Video Green Gain
-100–+100
-100–+100
224
Video Blue Gain
-100–+100
-100–+100
225
Motion Detection
0–1
0: Off, 1: On
230
Gamma Min Lv
0–512
0–512
231
Gamma Lo Pos
0–512
0–512
232
Gamma Lo Lv
-512–+511
-512–+511
233
Gamma Hi Pos
512–1023
512–1023
234
Gamma Hi Lv
-512–+511
-512–+511
235
Gamma Max Lv
512–1023
512–1023
240
AudioDelayTime
0.00–15.00
0.00–15.00 0.00–15.00 (Frames)
(For 59.94i/59.94p: 0.00–500.0 msec)
(For 50i/50p: 0.00–600.0 msec)
250
Audio Low Gain
-12–+12
-12–+12 (dB)
251
Audio Mid Gain
-12–+12
-12–+12 (dB)
252
Audio High Gain
-12–+12
-12–+12 (dB)
260
Sync Source
0–3
0: Auto, 1: REF Input, 2: Video Input, 3: Internal
261
Sync Adjust
-1000–+1000
-1000–+1000 (clock)
3
Item Number
Item Name
Parameter Values
Corresponding Set Value
270
TC Generate
0–3
0: Off, 1: Free Run, 2: Thru, 3: Offset
Note: With VC-200HD, ERR:5; is returned when 2:Thru or 3:Offset is selected.
271
TC Offset
0–23
0–23 (h)
0–59
0–59 (m)
0–59
0–59 (s)
0–29
0–29 (f)
0–255
00–FF
0–255
00–FF
0–255
00–FF
274
User Bit
0–255
00–FF
275
Drop Frame
0–1
0: Drop, 1: Non drop
300
Video Out Format
0–25
0: Auto, 1: 1080/59.94p, 2: 1080/50p, 3: 1080/59.94i, 4: 1080/50i, 5: 720/59.94p,
6: 720/50p, 7: 480/59.94p, 8: 576/50p, 9: 480/59.94i, 10: 576/50i,
11: 1080/29.97PsF, 12: 1080/25PsF, 13: 1080/23.98PsF, 14: 1080/23pOv59i,
15:720/29pOv59p,16: 720/25pOv50p, 17: 720/23pOv59p, 18: 1080/60p,
19:1080/60i, 20:1080/30PsF, 21: 1080/24PsF, 22: 1080/24pOv60i, 23: 720/60p,
24: 720/30pOv60p, 25: 720/24pOv60p
311
Out 480i Setup
0–1
0: 0IRE, 1: 7.5IRE
312
HDV/DV CGMS Lv
0–3
0: Off, 1: Copy Free, 2: Copy Once, 3: Not Copy
320
Audio Out Fs
0–1
0: 48kHz, 1: 32kHz
330
AudioOutCh1&2Lv
-41–+12
-41: Mute, -40–+12: -40dB–+12dB
331
AudioOutCh3&4Lv
-41–+12
-41: Mute, -40–+12: -40dB–+12dB
350
Out Ch1&2 NomLv
0–3
0: +4dBu, 1: -2dBu, 2: -4dBu, 3: -10dBu
351
Out Ch3&4 NomLv
0–3
0: +0dBu, 1: -6dBu, 2: -8dBu, 3: -14dBu
360
DV Locked Audio
0–1
0: Off, 1: On
390
Test Pattern
0–4
0: Off, 1: 75%, 2: 100%, 3: Hatch, 4: Ramp
391
Test Tone
0–3
0: Off, 1: -20dB@1kHz, 2: -10dB@1kHz, 3: 0dB@1kHz
400
SDI IN Audio Ch
0–15
0: AB:1/2 CD:1/2, 1: AB:1/2 CD:3/4, 2: AB:1/2 CD:5/6, 3: AB:1/2 CD:7/8,
4: AB:3/4 CD:1/2, 5: AB: 3/4 CD:3/4, 6: AB:3/4 CD:5/6, 7: AB:3/4 CD:7/8,
8: AB:5/6 CD:1/2, 9: AB:5/6 CD:3/4, 10: AB:5/6 CD:5/6, 11: AB:5/6 CD:7/8,
12: AB:7/8 CD:1/2, 13: AB:7/8 CD:3/4, 14: AB:7/8 CD:5/6, 15: AB:7/8 CD:7/8
410
SDI IN TC
0–1
0: VITC, 1: LTC
450
SDI OUT Audio Ch
0–11
0: AB:1/2 CD:3/4, 1: AB:1/2 CD:5/6, 2: AB:1/2 CD:7/8, 3: AB:3/4 CD:1/2,
4: AB:3/4 CD:5/6, 5: AB:3/4 CD:7/8, 6: AB:5/6 CD:1/2, 7: AB:5/6 CD:3/4,
8: AB:5/6 CD:7/8, 9: AB:7/8 CD:1/2, 10: AB:7/8 CD:3/4, 11: AB:7/8 CD:5/6
460
SDI OUT TC
0–1
0: VITC, 1: LTC
480
SDI Thru
0–1
0: Off, 1: On
900
LCD Contrast
0–10
0–10
901
Light Dimmer
0–10
0–10
950
Save User Preset
0–2
0: Preset 1, 1: Preset 2, 2: Preset 3
990
Bulk Dump
Note: When DAT is sent, a bulk dump is returned.
999
Factory Reset
Note: When DAT is sent, the menu is executed.
1000–1999
User Preset 1
2000–2999
User Preset 2
3000–3999
User Preset 3
Note: This is the user preset region.The user preset contents follow menu numbers 100–999, and the user preset
numbers are numbers that have 1000, 2000, or 3000 added to each menu number.
When menu number 1132, 1950, 1990, 1999, 2132, 2950, 2990, 2999, 3132, 3950, 3990, or 3999 is sent, ERR:5;
is returned.
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