UFM-30DCC Operation manual [PDF:416.6KB]

UFM-30DCC Operation manual [PDF:416.6KB]

OPERATION

MANUAL

UFM-30DCC

Digital Color Corrector

UFM-3DCC2C

3

rd

Edition - Rev. 2

Precautions

Important Safety Warnings

[Power]

Stop

Do not

place or drop heavy or sharp-edged objects on power cord. A damaged cord can cause fire or electrical shock hazards. Regularly check power cord for excessive wear or damage to avoid possible fire / electrical hazards.

[Circuitry Access]

Stop

Hazard

Do not

touch any parts / circuitry with a high heat factor.

Capacitors can retain enough electric charge to cause mild to serious shock, even after power is disconnected. Capacitors associated with the power supply are especially hazardous. Avoid contact with any capacitors.

Unit should not be operated or stored with cover, panels, and / or casing removed.

Operating unit with circuitry exposed could result in electric shock / fire hazards or unit malfunction.

[Potential Hazards]

Caution

If abnormal smells or noises are noticed coming from the unit, turn power off immediately and disconnect power cord to avoid potentially hazardous conditions. If problems similar to above occur, contact authorized service representative before attempting to again operate unit.

[Consumables]

Caution

The consumables used in unit must be replaced periodically. For further details on which parts are consumables and when they should be replaced, refer to the specifications at the end of the Operation Manual. Since the service life of the consumables varies greatly depending on the environment in which they are used, they should be replaced at an early date. For details on replacing the consumables, contact your dealer.

Upon Receipt

Unpacking

UFM-30DCC modules and their accessories are fully inspected and adjusted prior to shipment.

Operation can be performed immediately upon completing all required connections and operational settings.

Check your received items against the packing lists below.

ITEM QTY REMARKS

Operation Manual 1

Option

ITEM QTY

UFM-3DCC2C 1

DCC-OUA

DCC-NETOU

Control Cable

1

1

1

This manual

REMARKS

Dual channel option (Software program)

Operation Unit (RS-422 type)

Operation Unit (Ethernet type)

For DCC-OUA connection (PC-2076-3)

The UFM-30DCC modules can be installed into the UF-106A, UF-106B, or UF-112 frame, but not into the UF-106.

Up to four modules can be installed into the UF-106A (up to two modules for the UF-106APS).

Up to six modules can be installed into the UF-106B (up to four modules for the UF-106BPS).

IMPORTANT

The UFM-30DCC/UFM-3DCC2C modules can be installed into the below UF-106A slots.

Slots 2, 4, 5, 6 are available.

Slots 1 and 3 cannot be used.

See the UF-106A Operation Manual for the slot numbers.

DCC-OUA, DCC-NETOU or UFM-30CTL (WEB control) is required to control

UFM-30DCC. The dedicated control cable (PC-2076-3) is needed for DCC-OUA. The

UFM-30CTL is needed to connect DCC-NETOU.

The UFM-30DCC cannot be controlled from DCC-OUA and DCC-NETOU at the same time.

Before using the DCC-OUA, confirm that the version of your DCC-OUA is 2.00 or later and that the version of its operation manual is 2nd Edition or later. If using UFM-30DCC in Dual

Channel

mode, confirm that the version of your DCC-OUA is 3.00 or later and that the version of its operation manual is 3rd Edition or later. See "DCC-OUA Operation Manual" for details on verifying the version of the DCC-OUA. If the versions are different, please contact your dealer.

Note that some functions cannot be controlled with DCC-OU. (See section 3-1-2.)

Check

Check to ensure no damage has occurred during shipment. If damage has occurred, or items are missing, inform your supplier immediately.

Table of Contents

1. Prior to Starting ......................................................................................................................... 1

1-1. Welcome ............................................................................................................................ 1

1-2. Features ............................................................................................................................. 1

2. Panel Descriptions .................................................................................................................... 2

2-1. Front Panel ........................................................................................................................ 2

2-2. Rear Panel ......................................................................................................................... 2

3. Connection ................................................................................................................................ 3

3-1. Connecting to DCC-OUA ................................................................................................... 3

3-1-1. REMOTE Connector ................................................................................................... 4

3-1-2. Using DCC-OU (Previous Model) ............................................................................... 4

3-2. Connecting to a WEB Browser ........................................................................................... 5

3-3. Connecting to DCC-NETOU .............................................................................................. 6

3-4. Power On ........................................................................................................................... 7

3-4-1. UF-106A or UF-106B .................................................................................................. 7

3-4-2. UF-112 ........................................................................................................................ 7

3-5. Menu Operation ................................................................................................................. 8

3-6. DCC-OUA Control and WEB Browser Control ................................................................... 9

3-6-1. DCC-OUA Control (Ver. 2.00 or later) ......................................................................... 9

3-6-2. WEB Browser Control ................................................................................................. 9

3-6-3. Differences between DCC-OUA Control and WEB Control ...................................... 10

4. Controlling with DCC-OUA ...................................................................................................... 11

4-1. Menu List on UFM-30DCC Front Panel ........................................................................... 11

4-1-1. 1-Channel Color Corrector System ........................................................................... 11

4-1-1-1. Standard Configuration (1-Channel) Menu ........................................................ 11

4-1-2. 2-Channel Color Corrector System (UFM-3DCC2C Option) ..................................... 12

4-1-2-1. Selecting Mode .................................................................................................. 12

4-1-2-2. Single Channel Mode Menu ............................................................................... 12

4-1-2-3. Dual Channel Mode Menu ................................................................................. 13

4-1-2-4. Link Mode Menu ................................................................................................ 14

4-2. Menu Details (UFM-30DCC Front Panel) ........................................................................ 15

4-2-1. Color Corrector (Channel) Selection ......................................................................... 15

4-2-2. System Setting .......................................................................................................... 15

4-2-3. System Status (Display Only) ................................................................................... 17

4-2-4. Module Information (Display Only) ............................................................................ 17

5. Controlling with WEB Browser ................................................................................................ 18

5-1. Menu List on UFM-30DCC Front Panel ........................................................................... 18

5-1-1. 1-Channel Color Corrector System ........................................................................... 18

5-1-1-1. Standard Configuration (1-Channel) Menu ........................................................ 18

5-1-2. 2-Channel Color Corrector System (UFM-3DCC2C Option) ..................................... 21

5-1-2-1. Selecting Mode .................................................................................................. 21

5-1-2-2. Single Channel Mode Menu ............................................................................... 21

5-1-2-3. Dual Channel Mode Menu ................................................................................. 21

5-1-2-4. Link Mode Menu ................................................................................................ 23

5-2. Menu Details (UFM-30DCC Front Panel) ........................................................................ 25

5-2-1. Color Corrector (Channel) Selection ........................................................................ 25

5-2-2. Video Process Amp .................................................................................................. 25

5-2-3. Color Correction ....................................................................................................... 25

5-2-4. Clip Control .............................................................................................................. 27

5-2-5. System Setting ......................................................................................................... 30

5-2-6. Event memory .......................................................................................................... 32

5-2-6-1. About VID FRMT (VIDEO FORMAT) Event Memory ........................................ 34

5-2-7. Front Panel Setting ................................................................................................... 35

5-2-8. System Status (Display Only) ................................................................................... 35

5-2-9. Module Information (Display Only) ........................................................................... 35

6. Internal Settings ..................................................................................................................... 36

6-1. Dipswitch S3 .................................................................................................................... 36

6-1-1. Select DCC-OUA or Web controller (S3-1) .............................................................. 36

6-1-2. Initialization (S3-6) .................................................................................................... 36

6-1-3. Select UFM-30DCC or Legacy Mode (S3-3) ............................................................ 37

6-2. Jumper JP3 ..................................................................................................................... 38

6-2-1. Select DCC-OUA or Web Control ............................................................................. 38

7. Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................... 39

8. Specifications and Dimensions ............................................................................................... 40

8-1. Unit Specifications ........................................................................................................... 40

8-2. External Dimensions ....................................................................................................... 42

1. Prior to Starting

1-1. Welcome

Congratulations! By purchasing UFM-30DCC Digital Color Corrector you have entered the world of FOR-A and its many innovative products. Thank you for your patronage and we hope you will turn to FOR-A products again and again to satisfy your video and audio needs.

FOR-A provides a wide range of products, from basic support units to complex system controllers, which have been increasingly joined by products for computer video based systems.

Whatever your needs, talk to your FOR-A representative. We will do our best to be of continuing service to you.

The UFM-30DCC is a plug-in module that can be installed into the UF-106A, UF-106B, or

UF-112 frame.

1-2. Features

The UFM-30DCC is a module-type digital color corrector that can be mounted onto UF-112 frames. It has been specially developed as an HD/SD-SDI digital color corrector using the latest digital technology. The UFM-30DCC has three types of controllers: Operation Unit, Web-based controller and Network Operation Unit.

 6 HD/SD-format support

Standard configuration:

2 inputs (menu selection), 1 color correction channel and 2 outputs

UFM-3DCC2C installed:

2 inputs, 2 color correction channels and 2 outputs

HD/SD-SDI IN1

Serial to

Parallel

Select Color Parallel

HD/SD-SDI OUT 1

HD/SD-SDI IN2

HD/SD-SDI IN1

HD/SD-SDI IN2

Serial to

Parallel

Standard configuration (1-channel)

Serial to

Parallel

Serial to

Parallel

2:1

Color

Corrector

2-channel or

Link

Corrector to Serial

Parallel to Serial

Parallel to Serial

UFM-3DCC2C installed (2-channel)

HD/SD-SDI OUT 2

RS-422

HD/SD-SDI OUT1

HD/SD-SDI OUT 2

RS-422

 Three operation modes (menu selection)

Single Channel

mode: 1 CC channel, 2 outputs

Dual Channel

Link

mode:

mode: 2 CC channels, 1 output for each (individual setting) (optional)

2 CC channels, 1 output for each (same setting) (optional)

 DCC-OUA control or Web browser control selectable (internal setting)

 Comprehensive color correction tools

 Process

 Color Correction (White, Black and Gamma)

Three color correction modes (menu selection)

-Balanced mode for color correction of GBR signals

-Differential mode for color correction of GBR signals

-Sepia mode for creating monotone images

 Composite clip, YPbPr clip and GBR clip

 Bypass function (with Web browser control)

 H/V ancillary data pass or blank

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2. Panel Descriptions

2-1. Front Panel

1

2

INPUT

POWER

UFM-30DCC

No. Name

3 4

(PUSH)

5

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

6

Description

Lit: Input signal present (normal).

Unlit: No input signal present.

Indication depending on the operation mode. (See table below.)

Lights up whenever power is applied to the unit. 2 POWER LED

3 Up and down switch Allows you to move between menu items. (See section 3-5.

4 LED display Displays menu items and parameters.

6

UNITY/display switching button

Allows you to change between the default and current settings.

Allows you to switch between full names and short descriptions while displaying the associated menu number and name.

INPUT LED indication

Operation Mode LED

Single Channel

mode

Description

Lit Input signal is present at the selected channel.

Unlit Input signal is not present at the selected channel.

Dual Channel

mode

Lit Input signal is present at either one or both channels 1 and 2.

Unlit Input signal is not present at either channel 1 or 2.

Lit Input signal is present at both channels 1 and 2.

Link mode

Unlit Input signal is not present at either one or both channels 1 and 2.

2-2. Rear Panel

1 2

HD/SD-SDI IN

(1)

1

HD/SD-SDI OUT

(2)

2

REMOTE

UFM-30DCC

(3)

No.

1

2

3

Name

HD/SD-SDI IN 1, 2

HD/SD-SDI OUT 1, 2

REMOTE

Description

Used to input HD/SD-SDI signals.

Used to output HD/SD-SDI signals.

Use to connect to the DCC-OUA.

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3. Connection

The UFM-30DCC modules can be installed into the UF-106A, UF-106B, or UF-112 frame. Refer to the figure below and connect the UFM-30DCC to other devices. See the respective operation manuals for details on how to install UFM-30DCC modules into the UF-106A, UF-106B, or UF-112.

IMPORTANT

Please turn off the power of all devices before connection.

3-1. Connecting to DCC-OUA

To connect between the UFM-30DCC and DCC-OUA, the supplied cable (PC-2076-3) is required. Plug the cable to the REMOTE connector on the UFM-30DCC. See "DCC-OUA

Operation Manual" (2nd Edition or later) for more details.

Ex. UF-112 rear panel: UFM-30DCC

Standard Configuration (with 1 Color Correction Channel)

DCC-OUA

TO MU1 TO MU2 TO MU3 TO MU4

RATING LABEL

ON

OFF

POWER F

U

S

PU SH

E

AC100-117V ~ 50/60Hz IN

Supplied cable

HD/SD SDI IN1

HD/SD SDI IN2

1 2

HD/SD-SDI IN

1 2

HD/SD-SDI OUT

REMOTE

UFM-30DCC

UFM-30DCC

HD/SD OUT 2

HD/SD OUT 1

UF-112

Optional Configuration (with 2 Color Correction Channels)

DCC-OUA

TO MU1 TO MU2 TO MU3 TO MU4

RATING LABEL

ON

OFF

POWER F

U S

PU SH

E

AC100-117V ~ 50/60Hz IN

Supplied cable

HD/SD SDI IN1

HD/SD SDI IN2

1 2

HD/SD-SDI IN

1 2

HD/SD-SDI OUT

REMOTE

UFM-30DCC

UFM-30DCC

HD/SD OUT2 (Channel 2 Out)

HD/SD OUT1 (Channel 1 Out)

UF-112

3

3-1-1. REMOTE Connector

REMOTE Connector

9-pin, D-sub female (inch screw threads used)

REMOTE connector pin assignment (9-pin, D-sub female)

Pin No. Signal Description

1 Reserved

2 TX TRANSMIT-

3 RX RECEIVE+

4 - -

5 -

6 -

-

-

8 RX RECEIVE-

3-1-2. Using DCC-OU (Previous Model)

If the DCC-OU is used, the following functions are not available.

-SPLIT setting

-Gamma curve setting

-GBR clip setting

-Composite clip setting

DCC-OU can control the UFM-30DCC only in Single Channel mode.

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3-2. Connecting to a WEB Browser

To connect a WEB browser on a computer to a UFM-30DCC on a UFM frame, connect the computer to a UFM-30CTL, which should be mounted on the same UFM frame, via Ethernet.

See "UFM-30CTL Operation Manual" for connecting UFM-30CTL and the computer.

Basic System (with 1 Color Correction Channel)

Hub

UFM-30DCC

HD/SD SDI IN1

HD/SD SDI IN2

1 2

HD/SD-SDI IN

1 2

HD/SD-SDI OUT

REMOTE

UFM-30DCC

UFM-30CTL o.

S/N

HD/SD OUT 2

HD/SD OUT 1

Ethernet

UF-112

PC

Expanded System (with 2 Color Correction Channels)

Hub

UFM-30DCC

HD/SD SDI IN1

HD/SD SDI IN2

1 2

HD/SD-SDI IN

1 2

HD/SD-SDI OUT

REMOTE

UFM-30DCC

UFM-30CTL o.

S/N

HD/SD OUT2 (Channel2 Out)

HD/SD OUT1 (Channel1 Out)

Ethernet

PC

UF-112

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3-3. Connecting to DCC-NETOU

To connect DCC-NETOU to a UFM-30DCC on a UFM frame, connect DCC-NETOU and a

UFM-30CTL, which should be mounted on the same UFM frame, via Ethernet. See

"DCC-NETOU Operation Manual" for connecting the UFM-30CTL and DCC-NETOU.

Ex. UF-112 rear panel: UFM-30DCC and UFM30CTL

Basic System (with 1 Color Correction Channel)

RATING LABEL

(10/100BA SE-T)

DCC-NETOU

ON

OFF

POWER

AC100-240V 50/60Hz IN

UFM-30DCC

1

HD/SD-SDI IN

HD/SD SDI IN 1

HD/SD SDI IN 2

2 1 2

HD/SD-SDI OUT

REMOTE

UFM-30DCC

UFM-30CTL o.

S/N

Hub

HD/SD OUT 2

HD/SD OUT 1

Ethernet

PC

UF-112

Expanded System (with 2 Color Correction Channels)

DCC-NETOU

RATING LABEL

UFM-30DCC

(10/100BA SE-T)

ON

OFF

POWER

AC100-240V 50/60Hz IN

UFM-30CTL

1

HD/SD-SDI IN

HD/SD SDI IN 1

HD/SD SDI IN 2

2 1 2

HD/SD-SDI OUT

REMOTE

UFM-30DCC o.

S/N

Hub

HD/SD OUT2 (Channel 2 Out)

HD/SD OUT1 (Channel 1 Out)

Ethernet

UF-112

PC

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3-4. Power On

3-4-1. UF-106A or UF-106B

Ex. UF-106B

1) Loosen and pull out the screw knobs on both sides to open the front panel of the UF-106B.

GENLK IN

POWER

FAN TEMP DC POW

ALARM

POWER 1

2) Turn the power switch on.

POWER

ON

OFF

POWER REF

IN

FAN TEMP

ALARM

DC

POWER

GENLK IN

POWER

FAN TEMP

ALARM

DC POW

POWER 2

(OPTION)

POWER

ON

OFF

POWER REF

IN

FAN TEMP

ALARM

DC

POWER

INPUT

POWER

UFM-30DCC

UF-106B

UNIVERSAL FRAME

(PUSH)

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

3-4-2. UF-112

1) Loosen and pull out the screw knobs on both sides to open the front panel of the UF-112.

POWER 1

POWER

GENLOCK IN

FAN

TEMP

DC POW

ALARM

DC

POWER

POWER 2

POWER

GENLOCK IN

FAN

TEMP

DC POW

ALARM

UF-112

UNIVERSAL FRAME

2) Make sure all devices are properly connected and turn on the power of the universal frame. After startup, “UFM30DCC” appears on the front panel. If a video signal is input and power is applied, the INPUT and POWER indicators light up green.

POWER switch

POWER

ON

POWER

GENLOCK

IN

FAN

TEMP

INPUT

POWER

UFM-30DCC

(PUSH)

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

INPUT LED

POWER LED

INPUT

POWER

OFF

ALARM

UFM-30DCC

U F M 3 0 D C C

(PUSH)

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

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3-5. Menu Operation

1) Turn the menu control button to display the desired item.

INPUT

(PUSH)

POWER

UFM-30DCC

I N S E L

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

2) Press the menu control button. The value of the item is displayed.

(PUSH)

UFM-30DCC

INPUT

POWER

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

S D I I n 1

3) Turn the menu control button to select the value.

4) Press the menu control button to apply the setting.

INPUT

POWER

UFM-30DCC

(PUSH)

>

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

I N S E L

Repeat the steps 1) -4) to adjust all necessary settings.

>

To Move Between Menu Categories

Move the switch up and down to move between menu categories such as System Setup,

System Status and Module Information.

To Display Settings in a Category

Pressing the UNITY button while displaying a category name scrolls the screen to the side and displays the category settings.

To Return a Parameter to Default Setting

Pressing the UNITY button while displaying an item resets the setting to its default value.

To Undo Changes

Moving the switch up after changing a setting value (and before pressing the menu control button) undoes the value. If you wish to change the value again after undoing the setting, move the switch down. Pressing the menu control button applies the value shown in the menu display.

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3-6. DCC-OUA Control and WEB Browser Control

There are two methods for controlling the UFM-30DCC: using DCC-OUA and using a computer web browser or DCC-NETOU via LAN. To switch the control method, change the dipswitch and the jumper settings on the UFM-30DCC card. The default control method uses DCC-OUA. (See

6. "Internal Settings.")

Different UFM-30DCC front panel menu settings are available between the DCC-OUA control and web browser control. See the next page for details.

3-6-1. DCC-OUA Control (Ver. 2.00 or later)

Note that the VIDEO menus including Process Amp, Color Correction, Split Mode and Video

Clip cannot be set or displayed on the UFM-30DCC front panel. They are set in the

DCC-OUA. However, the input signal can be selected only on the UFM-30DCC. (See the

"DCC-OUA Operation Manual" for UFM-30DCC operation on the DCC-OUA.)

DCC-OUA(V2.00 and later)

VIDEO menus

UTILITY menu

Bypass/Operate setting

UFM-30DCC

UFM frame

SYSTEM menu

STATUS menu

3-6-2. WEB Browser Control

Similar menu items can be set both on the UFM-30DCC and the web browser

WEB

browser

UFM-30DCC

UFM-30CTL

UFM frame

VIDEO menus

SYSTEM menu

UTILITY menu

STATUS menu

VIDEO menus

SYSTEM menu

UTILITY menu

STATUS menu

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3-6-3. Differences between DCC-OUA Control and WEB Control

When controlling a UFM-30DCC with DCC-OUA, color correction settings can be set only on the DCC-OUA and system settings only on the UFM-30DCC. When controlling with a web browser, essentially the same control can be achieved both in the UFM-30DCC and web browser. The table below shows the available features for each controller.

Control method UFM-30DCC with DCC-OUA

UFM-30DCC with Web browser and/or

DCC-NETOU

Controller

Feature

Input Select

Bypass/Operate

Loss Mode

Back Color

H/V Ancillary Mode

Output Delay

Test Signal

Operation Mode

(Single/Dual/Link)

Panel Lock

Start Up Event Load

Auto Event Load

Event Load/Event Save

Clip Event Load/Clip Event

Save

Save File

Restore

UFM-30DCC

(Front panel)

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

DCC-OUA

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

UFM-30DCC

(Front panel)

×

×

×

WEB browser

×

×

DCC-

NETOU

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

×

Color Corrector selection

(Channel selection)

Proc Amp

×

Color Correction

Split mode selection

×

×

Video Clip

× ○ ○ ○ ○

: Available

×

: Not available

See the following sections for the available menu items on the UFM-30DCC front panel.

See "DCC-OUA Operation Manual" for the menu items available on DCC-OUA units.

See "UFM-30CTL Operation Manual" for the menu items available on web browsers.

When controlling UFM-30DCC from DCC-NETOU units, available menu items on the

UFM-30DCC front panel are the same as those when controlling from web browsers.

See "DCC-NETOU Operation Manual" for more details.

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4. Controlling with DCC-OUA

4-1. Menu List on UFM-30DCC Front Panel

4-1-1. 1-Channel Color Corrector System

If In 1 is selected:

In 1

In 2

UFM-30DCC

Color Corrector 1

Setting 1

If In 2 is selected:

In 1

In 2

UFM-30DCC

Color Corrector 1

Setting 1

Out 1

Out 2

Out 1

Out 2

4-1-1-1. Standard Configuration (1-Channel) Menu

Category

SYSTEM

STATUS

Description

Allows you to set system settings such as input signal selection, loss mode selection and pass through of ancillary data.

Displays the video signal status and module information.

Category

No.

Menu

Item (full name)

SYSTEM

STATUS

1

1-1

1-2

1-3

1-4

1-5

1-6

1-9

1-11

1-12

2

2-1

2-2

2-3

3

3-1

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

System Setup

Input Select>

Loss Mode>

Back Color>

H Ancillary Mode

V Ancillary Mode

Output Delay>

Test Signal>

Front Brightness>

Panel Lock>

System Status

Selected SDI Input>

SDI IN1 Format>

SDI IN2 Format>

Module Information

External Control Mode>

Version Info>

FPGA Version Info>

UFM-3DCC2C Option Info>

UFM-3DCCMF Option Info>

UFM-3DCC3G Option Info>

Short description

Refer to

System 4-2-2

IN SEL>

LossMOD>

BColor>

H ANCI>

V ANCI>

Out DLY>

TESTSIG>

Bright>

Lock >

SYSTMSTS 4-2-3

SEL IN>

IN1 STS>

IN2 STS>

MDL INFO

CTL Mod>

Version>

FPGA>

Dual Ch>

Multi>

3G Op>

4-2-4

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4-1-2. 2-Channel Color Corrector System (UFM-3DCC2C Option)

4-1-2-1. Selecting Mode

In the 2-Channel system, three modes are available: Single Channel mode, Dual

Channel

mode, where two inputs are separately processed with different settings, and

Link

mode, where two inputs are separately processed with the same settings.

1) Turn the menu control button to display OP Mode>.

INPUT

POWER

(PUSH)

UFM-30DCC

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

O P M o d e >

2) Press the menu control button. The default setting is Dual Channel mode (Dual).

INPUT

(PUSH)

UFM-30DCC

POWER

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

D u a l

3) Turn the menu control button to select an operation mode from Single, Dual and Link.

Press the menu control button.

INPUT

POWER

UFM-30DCC

(PUSH)

UFM-30DCC

UNITY

L i n k >

IMPORTANT

Single Channel

mode, Link mode and "Setting1" of Dual Channel mode share the same set of color corrector settings. Therefore, if some items are changed before switching the operation mode, the same changes apply in the new operation mode.

If you wish to use specific settings in each mode, save them to an event memory and load them from it.

4-1-2-2. Single Channel Mode Menu

The Single Channel mode menu in the 2-Channel Color Corrector system is similar to the 1-Channel Color Corrector system menu. The only difference is that the 2-Channel system has 1-10 Operation Mode in the menu. See 4-1-1."1-Channel Color Corrector

System" for menu details.

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4-1-2-3. Dual Channel Mode Menu

In Dual Channel mode two color correctors can process signals under the different settings. Before using a color corrector, select the color correction channel to Select

Color Corrector 1 or 2.

In 1

In 2

UFM-30DCC

Color Corrector 1

Setting 1

Color Corrector 2

Setting 2

Out 1

Out 2

Category

DUAL

SYSTEM

STATUS

Description

Allows you to select a color correction channel (color corrector).

Allows you to set system settings such as input signal selection, loss mode selection and pass through of ancillary data..

Displays the video signal status and module information.

Category

DUAL

SYSTEM

STATUS

-

No.

1

Menu

Item (full name) Short description

Select Color Corrector 1 or 2> Sel CC>

System Setup

Refer to

4-2-1

System 4-2-2

LossMOD>

BColor> 1-3

1-4

1-5

1-6

Back Color>

H Ancillary Mode

V Ancillary Mode

Output Delay>

H ANCI>

V ANCI>

Out DLY>

1-9

1-10

1-11

1-12

1-13

Test Signal>

Operation Mode>

Front Brightness>

Panel Lock>

Input Status Display Set>

2 System Status

TESTSIG>

OP Mode>

Bright>

Lock >

IN DSP>

2-3

3

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

SDI IN2 Format>

Module Information

Version Info>

FPGA Version Info>

UFM-3DCC2C Option Info>

UFM-3DCCMF Option Info>

UFM-3DCC3G Option Info>

SYSTMSTS 4-2-3

IN1 STS>

IN2 STS>

MDL INFO

CTL Mod>

Version>

FPGA>

Dual Ch>

Multi>

3G Op>

4-2-4

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4-1-2-4. Link Mode Menu

In Link mode, two color correctors share the same settings.

In 1

In 2

UFM-30DCC

Color Corrector 1

Setting 1

Color Corrector 2

Setting 1

Out 1

Out 2

Category

SYSTEM

STATUS

Description

Allows you to set system settings such as input signal selection, loss mode selection and pass through of ancillary data.

Displays the video signal status and module information.

Category

SYSTEM

STATUS

No.

1 System Setup

Menu

Item (full name)

1-3

1-4

1-5

1-7

1-8

1-9

1-10

1-11

1-12

Back Color>

H Ancillary Mode

V Ancillary Mode

Output Delay1>

Output Delay2>

Test Signal>

Operation Mode>

Front Brightness>

Panel Lock>

2 System Status

2-3 SDI IN2 Format>

3 Module Information

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

Version Info>

FPGA Version Info>

UFM-3DCC2C Option Info>

UFM-3DCCMF Option Info>

UFM-3DCC3G Option Info>

Short description

Refer to

System 4-2-2

LossMOD>

BColor>

H ANCI>

V ANCI>

Out DL1>

Out DL2>

TESTSIG>

OP Mode>

Bright>

Lock >

SYSTMSTS 4-2-3

IN1 STS>

IN2 STS>

MDL INFO

CTL Mod>

Version>

FPGA>

Dual Ch>

Multi>

3G Op>

4-2-4

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4-2. Menu Details (UFM-30DCC Front Panel)

4-2-1. Color Corrector (Channel) Selection

Mode Item Default

Dual Select Color Corrector 1 or 2> Correct1

4-2-2. System Setting

Menu

No. Mode Item

Default

Setting

Correct1,

Correct2

Description

Allows you to select a color corrector (channel).

Setting

Range

Description

1-1

1-2

1-3

1-4

1-5

Single

Single

Dual

Link

Single

Dual

Link

Single

Dual

Link

Single

Dual

Link

Input Select >

Loss Mode >

Back Color>

H Ancillary Mode>

V Ancillary Mode>

SDI In1

BackCOL

Black

Through

Through

SDI In1,

SDI In2

BackCOL,

ColorBar,

Disable

Black,

Gray,

Blue

Through,

Delete

Through,

Delete

Allows you to select SDI In signal.

Allows you to specify the action to be taken when no signal is present.

Allows you to select a background display color when no signal is present.

Through

ancillary data without processing.

Delete

data.

: Passes through

: Deletes all ancillary

1-6

1-9

Single

Dual

1-7 Link Output ---

1-8 Link Output ---

Single

Dual

Link

Output Delay>

Test Signal>

---

Off

(*1)

Allows you to set the output delay in the range from minimum delay to approx. 1H.

The setting range varies depending on the format.

The setting automatically returns to the minimum delay when the input signal format is changed.

(*1)

Allows you to set the output delay for Out1 in the range from minimum delay to approx. 1H.

The setting range varies depending on the format.

The setting automatically returns to the minimum delay when the input signal format is changed.

(*1)

Allows you to set the output delay for Out2 in the range from minimum delay to approx. 1H.

The setting range varies depending on the format.

The setting automatically returns to the minimum delay when the input signal format is changed.

Off,

Full CB,

SMPTE CB,

RAMP

Allows you to output a test signal. The test signal appears on the full screen regardless of the VIDEO menu setting.

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1-10

Single

Dual

Link

Operation Mode> Dual

Single,

Dual,

Link

Allows you to select an operation mode for

UFM-30DCC.

Single

: Single Channel mode

Dual

: Dual Channel mode

Link

: Link mode

1-11

Single

Dual

Link

Front Brightness> 50%

25%,

50%,

75%,

100%,

Allows you to select the brightness of the front panel display.

1-12

Single

Dual

Link

1-13 Dual

Panel Lock>

Input Status

Display Set>

Operate

1min

Operate,

Lock

Off,

1min,

5min

Setting to Lock inhibits the operation using the front panel.

Hold down the menu control

button

for about 2 seconds to release (Operate) Panel Lock.

Allows you to set the time until the input signal status is automatically displayed while no operations are being performed. (*3)

Off

: No display

1min

: Displays the input status when no operation is performed within 1 minute.

5min

: Displays the input status when no operation is performed within 5 minutes.

(*1) Setting Range for Output Delay

System Format

525/60

1080/59.94i

Output Delay setting range

200CLK to 1716CLK

140CLK to 2200CLK

720/59.94p

625/50

140CLK to 1650CLK

200CLK to 1728CLK

1080/50i

720/50p

140CLK to 2640CLK

140CLK to 1980CLK

(*2) Operation Mode

The Operation Mode is not displayed in the 1-Channel system but it is displayed in the

2-Channel

system (option installed) in all operation modes including Single Channel mode.

Single Channel

mode, Link mode and "Setting1" of Dual Channel mode share the same set of color corrector settings. Therefore, if some items are changed before switching the operation mode, the same changes apply in the new operation mode. If you wish to use specific settings in each mode, save them to and load them from an event memory.

(*3) Input Status Display Set

Input Status Display Set

allows you to display the input signal status using ○ (present) and

×

(not present) automatically when no operation is performed within 1 or 5 minutes. The display example below shows that In1 is present but In2 is not present.

Display Example) IN1○IN2×

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4-2-3. System Status (Display Only)

No. Mode

Menu

Item

Description

2-1

2-2

2-3

Single Selected SDI Input > Displays the currently selected input signal.

Single

Dual

Link

SDI IN1 Format > Displays the video signal format input to SDI IN1.

Single

Dual

Link

SDI IN2 Format > Displays the video signal format input to SDI IN2.

4-2-4. Module Information (Display Only)

No.

Menu

Item

Description

3-1

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

External Control Mode>

Version>

FPGA>

UFM-3DCC2C Option Info>

UFM-3DCCMF Option Info>

UFM-3DCC3G Option Info>

Displays the current external control mode. "OU

Mode

" is displayded while controlling with

DCC-OUA.

Displays the firmware version.

Displays the FPGA version.

Displays the dual channel option status.

Install

: The dual channel option is installed.

None

: The dual channel option is not installed.

Displays the multi-format option status.

Install

: The multi-format option is installed.

None

: The multi-format option is not installed.

* "Install" is shown when a 3G-SDI option is installed.

Displays the 3G-SDI option status.

Install

: The 3G-SDI option is installed.

None

: The 3G-SDI option is not installed.

NOTE

About automatic saving

The UFM-30DCC automatically saves the most recent settings. After changing settings, wait at least 3 seconds before powering off. Otherwise, the settings may not save.

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5. Controlling with WEB Browser

To control UFM-30DCC with a web browser and/or DCC-NETOU, install the UFM-30DCC and a

UFM-30CTL on the same UFM frame and connect the UFM-30CTL and a computer and/or

DCC-NETOU via LAN. In addition, control system should be changed from DCC-OUA to

LAN-based (WEB) using DIP switch and jumper settings on the UFM-30DCC card. (See section 6.

"Internal Settings".) While controlling UFM-30DCC from a web browser, the UFM-30DCC can be also controlled locally on the front panel, but not from DCC-OUA units.

See "UFM-30CTL Operation Manual" for details on operating the UFM-30DCC in the web browser.

When controlling UFM-30DCC from DCC-NETOU units, available menu items on the

UFM-30DCC front panel are the same as those when controlling from web browsers. See

"DCC-NETOU Operation Manual" for more details.

5-1. Menu List on UFM-30DCC Front Panel

5-1-1. 1-Channel Color Corrector System

If In 1 is selected:

In1

In 2

UFM-30DCC

Color Corrector 1

Setting 1

Out 1

Out 2

If In 2 is selected:

In 1

In 2

UFM-30DCC

Color Corrector 1

Setting 1

Out 1

Out 2

5-1-1-1. Standard Configuration (1-Channel) Menu

Category Description

Video Process AMP Allows you to set the Proc Amp function.

Color Correction Allows you to set the Color Correction function.

Video Clip

SYSTEM

UTILITY

STATUS

Allows you to set the Video Clip function.

Allows you to set system settings such as input signal selection.

Allows you to save and load events and make front panel settings.

Displays the video signal status and module information.

IMPORTANT

Note that if Bypass/Operate (4-02 in the table below) is set to Bypass, all items in the

VIDEO menu cannot be set

. Change Bypass/Operate to Operate and then set these settings.

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Video Process AMP menu

No.

Menu

Correction Mode setting (*1) Item (full name) Short description

Refer to

1

1-01 DIF, BAL, SEPIA

1-02 DIF, BAL, SEPIA

1-03 DIF, BAL

1-04 DIF, BAL, SEPIA

1-05 DIF, BAL

Video Process AMP Process 5-2-2

Video Level >

Y Level >

Chroma Level >

Hue >

VID LVL>

Y Level>

C Level>

Setup/Black Level > Blk LVL>

Hue >

(*1) Chroma Level and Hue cannot be set when 2-02 Correction Mode is set to SEPIA.

Color Correction menu

No.

2

Menu

Correction Mode setting (*1) Item (full name) Short description

Refer to

Color Correction

Split Mode >

Correct 5-2-3

Split>

Correction Mode > CRT MOD>

Group Adjustment > GRP ADJ>

White Level Red > White R>

White Level Green > White G>

White Level Blue > White B>

Black Level Red > Black R>

Black Level Green > Black G>

Black Level Blue > Black B>

Gamma Curve > Gamma >

Gamma Level Red > Gamma R>

Gamma Level Green > Gamma G>

Gamma Level Blue > Gamma B>

Sepia Level >

Sepia Color >

Sepia L>

Sepia C>

(*1) The menu items vary by the mode setting in 2-02 Correction Mode.

Video Clip menu

No.

3

Menu

Video Clip Mode setting (*1) Item (full name)

Video Clip

Video Clip Mode>

Y White Clip>

Y Black Clip>

Chroma Clip>

GBR White Clip>

GBR Black Clip>

Short description

VID Clip

CLP MOD>

Y White>

Y Black>

C Clip>

GBR WHT>

GBR BLK>

Composite White Clip> VBS WHT>

Composite Black Clip> VBS BLK>

(*1) The menu items vary by the mode setting in 3-01 Video Clip Mode.

Refer to

5-2-4

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SYSTEM menu

No.

4 System Setting

4-01 Input Select>

Item (full name)

4-02 Bypass/Operate>

Menu

UTILITY menu

No.

Menu

Item (full name)

5 Event Memory

5-01 Start Up Event Load> (*1)(*2)

5-02 Auto Event Load> (*1)

5-03 Event Load> (*1)(*2)

5-04 Event Save> (*1)(*2)

6 Front Panel Setting

Short description

Refer to

EventMEM 5-2-6

STUP EL>

Auto EL>

Ev Load>

Ev Save>

PanelSET 5-2-7

Bright>

Lock>

(*1) This item cannot be set if 4-02 Bypass/Operate is set to Bypass. In such case, an error message

In Bypass, it doesn't operate

appears.

(*2) Events cannot be loaded or saved if Auto Event Load is set t o Enable. If UFM-30DCC is powered off and on again while Auto Event Load is set to Enable, priority is given to Auto Event Load over

Start Up Event Load

. If Auto Event Load is set to Enable, Start Up Event Load cannot be changed and the error message Auto Event Load Enable! appears.

STATUS menu

No.

Menu

Item (full name)

7 System Status

7-01 Selected SDI Input>

7-02 SDI IN1 Format>

7-03 SDI IN2 Format>

8 Module Information

8-01 Slot Number>

8-02 External Control Mode>

8-04

8-05

FPGA Version Info>

UFM-3DCC2C Option Info>

Short description

Refer to

SYSTMSTS 5-2-8

SEL IN>

IN1 STS>

IN2 STS>

MDL INFO

Slot NO>

CTL Mod>

Version>

FPGA>

Dual Ch>

Multi>

3G Op>

5-2-9

4-05 H Ancillary Mode>

4-06 V Ancillary Mode>

4-07 Output Delay>

4-10 Test Signal

Short description

Refer to

System 5-2-5

IN SEL>

By-Op>

LossMOD>

BColor>

H ANCI>

V ANCI>

Out DLY>

Test SIG

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5-1-2. 2-Channel Color Corrector System (UFM-3DCC2C Option)

5-1-2-1. Selecting Mode

In a 2-Channel system, three modes are available: Single Channel mode, Dual Channel mode, where two inputs are separately processed with different settings, and Link mode, where two inputs with the same settings are separately processed. Select the operation mode in "4-11 Operation Mode."

IMPORTANT

Single Channel

mode, Link mode and "Setting1" of Dual Channel mode share the same set of color corrector settings. Therefore, if some items are changed before switching the operation mode, the same changes apply in the new operation mode. If you wish to use specific settings in each mode, save them to and load them from an event memory.

5-1-2-2. Single Channel Mode Menu

The Single Channel mode menu in the 2-Channel Color Corrector system is essentially the same as the 1-Channel Color Corrector system menu. The only difference is that the

2-Channel

system has 1-10 Operation Mode in the menu. See 5-1-1."1-Channel Color

Corrector System" for menu details.

5-1-2-3. Dual Channel Mode Menu

In Dual Channel mode two color correctors can process signals under different settings.

Before using a color corrector, select the color correction channel at Select Color

Corrector 1 or 2.

UFM-30DCC

In 1

Color Corrector 1

Setting 1

Out 1

In 2

Color Corrector 2

Setting 2

Out 2

Category Description

DUAL Allows you to select a color correction channel (color corrector).

Video Process AMP Allows you to set the Proc Amp function.

Color Correction

Video Clip

Allows you to set the Color Correction function.

Allows you to set the Video Clip function.

SYSTEM

UTILITY

STATUS

Allows you to set system settings such as input signal selection.

Allows you to save and load events and adjust front panel settings.

Displays video signal status and module information.

Category

No.

Menu

Item (full name) Short description

DUAL - Sel CC>

Refer to

5-2-1

The VIDEO menu items are the same in all operation modes. See "5-1-1. "1-Channel

Color Corrector System" for the menu details.

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SYSTEM Menu

No.

4 System Setting

Item (full name)

4-02 Bypass/Operate>

4-05 H Ancillary Mode>

4-06 V Ancillary Mode>

4-07 Output Delay>

4-10 Test Signal

4-11 Operation Mode>

Menu

Short description

Refer to

System 5-2-5

By-Op>

LossMOD>

BColor>

H ANCI>

V ANCI>

Out DLY>

Test SIG

OP Mode>

UTILITY Menu

No.

Menu

Item (full name)

5 Event Memory

5-01 Start Up Event Load> (*1)(*2)

5-02 Auto Event Load> (*1)

5-03 Event Load> (*1)(*2)

5-04 Event Save> (*1)(*2)

6 Front Panel Setting

Short description

Refer to

EventMEM 5-2-6

STUP EL>

Auto EL>

Ev Load>

Ev Save>

6-03 Input Status Display Set>

PanelSET 5-2-7

Bright>

Lock>

IN DSP>

(*1) This item cannot be set if 4-02 Bypass/Operate is set to Bypass. In such case, the error message

In Bypass, it doesn't operate

appears.

(*2) Events cannot be loaded or saved if Auto Event Load is set t o Enable. If UFM-30DCC is powered off and on again while Auto Event Load is set to Enable, priority is given to Auto Event Load over Start Up Event Load. If Auto Event Load is set to Enable, Start Up Event Load cannot be changed and an error message Auto Event Load Enable! appears.

STATUS Menu

Menu

No.

7 System Status

7-02 SDI IN1 Format>

Item (full name)

7-03 SDI IN2 Format>

8 Module Information

8-01 Slot Number>

8-02 External Control Mode>

8-04

8-05

FPGA Version Info>

UFM-3DCC2C Option Info>

Short description

Refer to

SYSTMSTS 5-2-8

IN1 STS>

IN2 STS>

MDL INFO

Slot NO>

CTL Mod>

Version>

FPGA>

Dual Ch>

Multi>

3G Op>

5-2-9

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5-1-2-4. Link Mode Menu

Two channels in Link mode share the same set of color corrector settings. Note that if some items are changed in Link mode, they are also changed in Single Channel mode and in "Setting1" of Dual Channel mode.

In1

In2

UFM-30DCC

Color Corrector 1

Setting 1

Color Corrector 2

Setting 1

Out 1

Out 2

Category Description

Video Process AMP Allows you to set the Proc Amp function.

Color Correction

Video Clip

Allows you to set the Color Correction function.

Allows you to set the Video Clip function.

SYSTEM

UTILITY

STATUS

Allows you to set system settings such as input signal selection.

Allows you to save and load events and adjust front panel settings.

Displays video signal status and module information.

Items in the VIDEO menu are the same in all operation modes. See "5-1-1. "1-Channel

Color Corrector System" for the menu details.

SYSTEM Menu

No.

4 System Setting

4-05 H Ancillary Mode>

4-06 V Ancillary Mode>

4-08 Output Delay 1>

4-09 Output Delay 2>

4-10 Test Signal

4-11 Operation Mode>

Item (full name)

4-02 Bypass/Operate>

Menu

Short description

Refer to

System 5-2-5

By-Op>

LossMOD>

BColor>

H ANCI>

V ANCI>

Out DL1>

Out DL2>

Test SIG

OP Mode>

UTILITY Menu

No.

Menu

Item (full name)

5 Event Memory

5-01 Start Up Event Load> (*1)(*2)

5-02 Auto Event Load> (*1)(*2)

5-03 Event Load> (*1)(*2)

5-04 Event Save> (*1)(*2)

6 Front Panel Setting

Short description

Refer to

EventMEM 5-2-6

STUP EL>

Auto EL>

Ev Load>

Ev Save>

PanelSET 5-2-7

Bright>

Lock>

(*1) This item cannot be set if 4-02 Bypass/Operate is set to Bypass. In such case, the error message

In Bypass, it doesn't operate

appears.

(*2) When 4-11 Operation Mode is set to Link, VID FRMT does not appear in the menu and Auto

Event Load

cannot be set. If you select Auto Event Load, an error message In Link Mode, it

doesn't operate

appears.

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STATUS Menu

No.

7 System Status

7-02 SDI IN1 Format>

7-03 SDI IN2 Format>

Menu

Item (full name)

8 Module Information

8-01 Slot Number>

8-02 External Control Mode>

8-04 FPGA Version Info>

8-05 UFM-3DCC2C Option Info>

Short description

Refer to

SYSTMSTS 5-2-8

IN1 STS>

IN2 STS>

MDL INFO

Slot NO>

CTL Mod>

Version>

FPGA>

Dual Ch>

Multi>

3G Op>

5-2-9

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5-2. Menu Details (UFM-30DCC Front Panel)

5-2-1. Color Corrector (Channel) Selection

In Dual Channel mode the following menu for selecting a color corrector appears.

Menu Item Default Setting Description

Select Color Corrector 1 or 2> Correct1 Correct1,

Correct2

Allows you to select a color corrector (channel).

5-2-2. Video Process Amp

The menu items for Proc Amp are the same in all operation modes. The items displayed in the Proc Amp menu vary depending on the 2-02 Correction Mode setting.

No.

Correction

Mode setting

Item Default

Setting Range

(Steps)

Description

1 Video Process AMP

Video Level>

Y Level>

Allows you to adjust the video level.

Allows you to adjust the luminance level.

1-03 DIF, BAL Chroma Level>

Setup/Black Level> 0.0%

1-05 DIF, BAL Hue> 0.0°

-7.0 to 25.0%

(0.1%)

-180.0 to 180.0°

(0.1°)

Allows you to adjust the chroma level. (*1)

Allows you to adjust the black level.

Allows you to adjust hue.

(*1)

(*1) Chroma Level and Hue cannot be set when 2-02 Correction Mode is set to SEPIA. In such case, the error message In Sepia mode, it doesn't operate appears.

5-2-3. Color Correction

The menu items for Color Correction are the same in all operation modes. The items displayed in the Color Correction menu vary depending on the 2-02 Correction Mode setting.

No.

Correction

Mode setting

Item Default

Setting

Range

(Steps)

Description

Split Mode> Mode Off

Mode Off,

Mode1 to 3

Allows you to set split screen mode for comparing images before and after a correction.

Off

: Displays the image after correction.

Mode1

: Splits the screen into two columns and displays the images before and after a correction.

Mode2

: Splits the screen into two rows and displays the images before and after a correction.

Mode3

: Displays the image before correction.

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2-02 --

Correction

Mode>

BALANCE

Off

BALANCE,

DIF,

SEPIA

Off,

On

Selects a correction mode from

Balanced (RGB), Differential

(YPbPr), or Sepia.

BALANCE: RGB signal correction mode

Allows you to adjust the white balance. Gray scale can be changed by adjusting R, G and

B levels.

DIFFERENTIAL: Color difference signal mode

Allows you to adjust contrast without changing white balance. R, G and B levels can be changed without affecting gray scale. This adjustment is effective for images with different color saturation levels.

SEPIA: Sepia mode

Useful for creating black and white images.

Allows you to set whether R, G, and B are set at the same time or separately. (*1)

Off

: R, G, and B are set separately.

On

: R, G, and B are set at the same time.

0.0%

0.0 to

200.0%

(0.1%)

Allows you to set the white level.

(*2)

Gamma

Curve>

0.0%

Center

0.0 to

200.0%

(0.1%)

Allows you to set the black level.

(*2)

Center,

Black,

White

Allows you to select the center of the gamma curve.

Center

: Gamma curve is weighted toward mid tones (near

50%)

Black

: Gamma curve is weighted toward shadows (near 25%)

White

: Gamma curve is weighted toward highlights (near 75%).

Gamma Level

Green>

0.0%

0.0 to

200.0%

(0.1%)

Allows you to set the gamma level. (*3)

0.0 to

100.0%

(0.1%)

Color> -160.0°

-180.0 to

180.0°

(0.1°)

Allows you to set the level for

Sepia mode. (*4)

Allows you to select a color for

Sepia mode. (*4)

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(*1) Group Adjustment is not available regardless of this setting when controlling via web browser.

(*2) In Sepia mode, White Level Red / Green / Blue and Black Level Red / Green / Blue are not available. If these items are selected, an error message In Sepia mode, it doesn't operate appears.

(*3) In Sepia mode, only the Y signal can be set at Gamma Level Green. Other gamma levels cannot be set and if they are selected, an error message In Sepia mode, it doesn't operate appears.

(*4) Sepia Level and Sepia Color are not available in BALANCE or DIF mode. In such case, the error message In BAL Mode, it doesn't operate or In DIF Mode, it doesn't operate appears.

5-2-4. Clip Control

The menu items for Clip Control are the same in all operation modes. The items displayed in the Clip Control menu vary depending on the 3-01 Video Clip Mode setting.

No.

Video Clip

Mode setting

Item Default

Setting Range

(Steps)

Description

3-01 ---

3-02 YPbPr

3-03 YPbPr

3-05 GBR

Video Clip Mode>

Y White Clip>

Y Black Clip>

GBR White Clip>

Off

109.0%

-7.0%

300.0%

Off,

YPbPr,

GBR,

VBS

50.0 to 109.0%

(0.1%)

-7.0 to 50.0%

(0.1%)

50.0 to 113.0%

(0.1%)

50.0 to 300.0%

(0.1%)

Allows you to select Video

Clip mode.

Off: Disables Video Clip mode.

YPbPr: YPbPr color space.

GBR: GBR color space

VBS: composite color space.

Sets the Y signal upper threshold. (*1)

Sets the Y signal lower threshold. (*1)

Sets the C signal upper threshold. (*1)

Sets the GBR color space upper threshold. (*2)

3-06 GBR

3-07 VBS

GBR Black Clip>

Composite White

Clip>

-200.0% -200.0 to 50.0%

150.0%

50.0 to 150.0%

(0.1%)

Sets the GBR color space lower threshold. (*2)

Sets the VBS (composite) color space upper threshold.

(*3)

3-08 VBS

Composite Black

Clip>

-50.0%

-50.0 to 50.0%

(0.1%)

Sets the VBS (composite) color space lower threshold.

(*3)

(*1) See "YPbPr Clip Adjustment" (p28).

This item is not available when 3-01 Video Clip Mode is set to Off, GBR or VBS. In such case, the error message "In Clip Off, it doesn't operate, In GBR Clip, it doesn't operate or In VBS Clip, it doesn't operate" appears.

(*2) See "GBR Clip Adjustment" (p29).

This item is not available when 3-01 Video Clip Mode is set to Off, YPbPr or VBS. In such case, the error message "In Clip Off, it doesn't operate", "In YPbPr Clip, it doesn't operate" or "In VBS Clip, it doesn't operate" appears.

(*3) See Composite Clip Adjustment" (p29).

This item is not available when 3-01 Video Clip Mode is set to Off, YPbPr or GBR . In such case, the error message "In Clip Off, it doesn't operate"," In YPbPr Clip, it doesn't operate" or "In GBR Clip, it doesn't operate" appears.

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YPbPr Clip Adjustment

Y White Clip Level

50%

100%

0%

50%

109%

SMPTE 100% color bars when 100% white

Y Black Clip Level

C White Clip Level

50%

0%

100%

50%

-7%

SMPTE 100% color bars when 100% black

50%

50%

0%

50%

100%

113%

SMPTE 100% color bars when color 700 mVp-p

Y White Clip setting range

Y Black Clip setting range

C White Clip setting range

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GBR Clip Adjustment

300%

100%

50%

0%

-200%

GBR Clip

Composite Clip Adjustment

150%

100%

50%

0%

-50%

Composite (VBS) Clip

White Clip default value

White Clip setting range

Black Clip setting range

Black Clip default value

White Clip default value

White Clip setting range

Black Clip setting range

Black Clip default value

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5-2-5. System Setting

The System menu items vary depending on the operation mode.

No. Mode

Menu

Item

Default

Setting

Range

Description

4-01 Single

4-02

4-03

4-04

4-05

4-06

Single

Dual

Link

Single

Dual

Link

Single

Dual

Link

Single

Dual

Link

Single

Dual

Link

Input Select>

Loss Mode>

Back Color>

SDI In1

Bypass/Operate> Operate

Back

COL

Black

H Ancillary Mode> Through

V Ancillary Mode> Through

SDI In1,

SDI In2

Operate,

Bypass

BackCOL,

ColorBar,

Disable

Black,

Gray,

Blue

Through,

Allows you to select an input channel.

If set to Bypass, the input signal is output from UFM-30DCC without processing.(*1)

Allows you to specify the action to be taken when no signal is present.

Allows you to select a background color when no signal is present.

Delete

Through

: Passes through

Through,

Delete ancillary data without processing.

Delete

: Deletes all ancillary data.

Output Delay> --- (*2)

Allows you to set the output delay in the range from minimum delay to approx. 1H. The setting range varies depending on the format.

The setting automatically returns to the minimum delay when the input signal format is changed.

(See the table below)

4-08 Link Output --- (*2)

Allows you to set the output delay for Out1 in the range from minimum delay to approx. 1H.

The setting range varies depending on the format.

The setting automatically returns to the minimum delay when the input signal format is changed.

4-09 Link Output --- (*2)

Allows you to set the output delay for Out2 in the range from minimum delay to approx. 1H.

The setting range varies depending on the format.

The setting automatically returns to the minimum delay when the input signal format is changed.

4-10

Single

Dual

Link

Test Signal> Off

Off,

Full CB,

SMPTE CB,

RAMP

Allows you to output a test signal.

The test signal appears in full screen regardless of the VIDEO menu setting.

4-11

Single

Dual

Link

Operation Mode > Dual

Single,

Dual,

Link

Allows you to select an operation mode for UFM-30DCC. (*3)

Single

: Single Channel mode

Dual

: Dual Channel mode

Link

: Link mode

(*1) Bypass mode

In Bypass mode, the items shown in the table in the next page are not available. In such case, the error message In Bypass, it doesn't operate appears.

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Item Reference

Select Color Corrector 1 or 2 5-2-1. Color Corrector (Channel) Selection

System Setting

Front Panel Setting

5-2-5. System Setting

5-2-7. Front Panel Setting

System Status

Module Information

5-2-8. System Status

5-2-9. Module Information

(*2)

Setting Range for Output Delay

System Format

525/60

Output Delay setting range

200CLK to 1716CLK

1080/59.94i

720/59.94p

625/50

1080/50i

720/50p

140CLK to 2200CLK

140CLK to 1650CLK

200CLK to 1728CLK

140CLK to 2640CLK

140CLK to 1980CLK

(*3) Operation Mode

Operation Mode

is not displayed in the 1-Channel system. In the 2-Channel system (option installed), it is displayed in all operation modes including Single Channel mode.

Single Channel

mode, Link mode and "Setting1" of Dual Channel mode share the same set of color corrector settings. Therefore, if some items are changed before switching the operation mode, the same changes are applied in the new operation mode. If you wish to use specific settings in each mode, save them to and load them from an event memory.

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5-2-6. Event memory

Menu

No. Item

Default

Setting

Range

Description

6-01

Start Up Event

Load >

(*1)(*2)(*3)

Last Set

Last Set,

VID FRMT,

Default,

Event 1 to 50

Allows you to select an event to load when booted.

Last Set:

Loads the last settings before boot-up. (*3)

VID FRMT:

Detects the last video input format before booting and loads default settings used for the video format.

Default:

Loads the default settings.

Event 1-50:

Loads the settings saved to Event 1-50.

Enable:

Automatically loads default settings used for each video format..

6-02

Auto Event Load >

(*1)(*3)

Disable

Disable,

Enable

6-03

Event Load >

(*1)(*3)(*4)

-

Default,

VID FRMT,

Event 1 to 50

Default:

Resets to default settings.

VID FRMT:

Loads default settings used for each video format.

Event 1-50:

Loads the settings selected from Event 1-50.

Press the UNITY button to load the selected event. (*6)

6-04

Event Save >

(*1)(*3)(*5)

-

VID FRMT,

Event 1 to

50

VID FRMT:

Saves the current settings as default settings for the video format.

Event 1-50:

Saves the settings to

Event 1 to 50.

Press the UNITY button to save the selected event. (*6)

(*1) Events cannot be loaded or saved if Auto Event Load is set to Enable. If UFM-30DCC is powered off and on again while Auto Event Load is set to Enable, priority is given to Auto

Event Load

over Start Up Event Load. If Auto Event Load is set to Enable, Start Up

Event Load

cannot be changed and the error message Auto Event Load Enable! appears.

(*2) If the data loaded at startup by the Start Up Event Load and the last detected video signal format at power-off are different, 4-07 Output Delay, 4-08 Output Delay1 and 4-09

Output Delay2

are reset to default based on the video format of the current input.

(*3) In Link mode, VID FRMT is not displayed and Auto Event Load cannot be changed. If you select Auto Event Load, the error message In Link Mode, it doesn't operate appears.

If the operation mode is changed to Link and the following items were set to VID FRMT or

Enable

in the previous mode, these values are automatically changed as shown in the table below in Link mode.

Menu item Previous setting Setting in Link mode

5-01 Start Up Event Load

5-02 Auto Event Load

VID FRMT

Enable

Last Set

Disable

5-03 Event Load

5-04 Event Save

VID FRMT

VID FRMT

Default

Event1

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(*4) 4-07 Output Delay, 4-08 Output Delay1 and 4-09 Output Delay2 are set as shown below when loading events.

When the signal format of the current input is the same as that in the loaded event:

The data in the event is loaded (See the example in the table below.)

Input signal format Output Delay value

Format selection saved in the loaded event 1080/59.94i

Current format (input video format when loading an event)

230CLK

1080/59.94i 230CLK

When the signal format of the current input is not the same as that in the loaded

event, but Output Delay is within the default setting of the current format:

The data in the event is loaded (See the example in the table below.)

Input signal format Output Delay setting

Format selection saved in the loaded event 1080/59.94i 230CLK

Current format (input video format when loading an event)

525/60 230CLK

When the signal format of the current input is not the same as that in the loaded

event and Output Delay is not within the default setting of the current format:

The minimum or maximum value of the setting range of Output Delay for the current format is set. (See the examples below.)

Example1) If Output Delay is within the default setting of the current format:

Input signal format Output Delay setting

Format selection saved in the loaded event 1080/59.94i

Current format (input video format when loading an event)

150CLK

(minimum setting range value)

Example2) Output Delay is not within the default setting of the current format

Input signal format Output Delay setting

Format selection saved in the loaded event 1080/59.94i

Current format (input video format when loading an event)

2000CLK

(maximum setting range value)

(*5) The items in the table below are not saved to events.

Item Reference

Select Color Corrector 1 or 2 5-2-1. Color Corrector (Channel) Selection

Group Adjustment

Operation Mode

Front Panel Setting

System Status

Module Information

5-2-3. Color Correction

5-2-5. System Setting

5-2-7. Front Panel Setting

5-2-8. System Status

5-2-9. Module Information

(*6) All operation modes share Event1 to 50.

The factory default settings are saved in Event1 to 50 and VID FRMT at shipment from the factory.

NOTE

About automatic saving

The UFM-30DCC automatically saves the last settings. After changing settings, wait at least 3 seconds before powering off. Otherwise, the settings may not be saved.

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5-2-6-1. About VID FRMT (VIDEO FORMAT) Event Memory

On the UFM-30DCC, an event memory is provided for each video input format, and the default settings used for each format can automatically be loaded when the video input format is changed.

Saving Settings for a Specific Video Format (525/60 in the example below)

1. Input a 525/60 signal to the SDI1 connector on the UFM-30DCC.

2. Check if Input Select is set to 1.

3. Change the settings as required.

4. Check if Auto Event Load is set to Disable.

5. Select VID FRMT in Event Save. Press the UNITY button to save the settings to the event memory provided for 525/60.

*To save settings for other formats such as 625/50, 1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 720/59.94p, and 720/50p, input the signal to SDI1 and repeat steps 1 to 5.

*Input Select described in step 2 can also be set to 2. In such case, input the signal to

SDI2

.

Manually loading an Event for a Specific Video Format

1. Input a signal with a format whose default settings are already saved in the event memory, to UFM-30DCC.

2. Check if Auto Event Load is set to Disable.

3. Select VID FRMT in Event Load. Press the UNITY button to load the event of the specified format.

NOTE

In Link mode, VID FRMT is not displayed and Auto Event Load cannot be changed.

If you select Auto Event Load, an error message In Link Mode, it doesn't operate appears.

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5-2-7. Front Panel Setting

Menu

No. Mode Item

6 Front Panel Setting

Default

Setting

Range

Description

6-01

Single

Dual

Link

Front

Brightness>

50%

25%,

50%,

75%,

100%

Allows you to select the brightness of the front panel display.

6-02

Single

Dual

Link

6-03 Dual

Panel Lock> Operate

Input Status

Display Set>

1min

Operate,

Lock

Off,

1min,

5min

Setting to Lock inhibits front panel operation. Hold down the Push switch for about 2 seconds to release (Operate)

Panel Lock

.

Allows you to set the time until the input signal status is automatically displayed while no operations are being performed.

Off

: No display

1min

: Displays the input status when no operation is performed within 1 minute.

5min

: Displays the input status when no operation is performed within 5 minutes.

5-2-8. System Status (Display Only)

No. Mode

Menu

Item

Description

8-01 Single Selected SDI Input> Displays the currently selected input signal.

8-02

Single

Dual

Link

SDI IN1 Format> Displays the video signal format input to SDI IN1.

8-03

Single

Dual

Link

SDI IN2 Format> Displays the video signal format input to SDI IN2.

5-2-9. Module Information (Display Only)

No.

Menu

Item

Description

9-01

9-02

9-05

9-06

9-07

Slot Number>

External Control Mode>

9-03 Version Info>

9-04 FPGA Version Info>

Displays the slot number where the module is installed.

Displays the current external control mode. "MD Mode" is displayed while controlling via a web browser.

Displays the firmware version.

Displays the FPGA version.

UFM-3DCC2C Option Info> Displays the dual channel option status.

Install

: The dual channel option is installed.

None

: The dual channel option is not installed.

UFM-3DCCMF Option Info> Displays the multi-format option status.

Install

: The multi-format option is installed.

None

: The multi-format option is not installed.

* "Install" is shown when a 3G-SDI option is installed.

UFM-3DCC3G Option Info> Displays the 3G-SDI option status.

Install

: The 3G-SDI option is installed.

None

: The 3G-SDI option is not installed.

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6. Internal Settings

6-1. Dipswitch S3

Dipswitch S3 on the FRONT CARD allows you to select the control method between DCC-OUA or Web, select a process mode between Legacy or 30DCC, and re-initialize the UFM-30DCC.

FRONT CARD REAR CARD

ON

1

S3

8

Dipswitch S3 setting

Pin No.

1

3

Function

Select DCC-OUA or Web controller

Select a process mode

Setting

OFF ON

Factory default

Setting

OUA WEB OFF

- - OFF

Legacy 30DCC ON

- - OFF

- - OFF

6 Initialization

- - OFF

- - OFF

6-1-1. Select DCC-OUA or Web controller (S3-1)

To control the UFM-30DCC via a web browser, set S3-1 to ON.

OFF (default) Allows you to control the UFM-30DCC with DCC-OUA

ON

Allows you to control the UFM-30DCC via a web browser and/or

DCC-NETOU. (*1) (*2)

(*1) Jumper settings are also necessary. (See section 6-2. “Jumper Settings.”)

(*2) A UFM-30CTL Control Card (available for separate purchase) is necessary.

6-1-2. Initialization (S3-6)

1) Change dipswitch S3-6 on the FRONT CARD to ON.

2) Turn Off then On the UFM frame into which the UFM-30DCC is installed. The initialization is complete when Complete is displayed. All settings for UFM-30DCC return to the factory default settings.

3) Return S3-6 to OFF.

IMPORTANT

Do not change

any pin settings other than those described above.

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6-1-3. Select UFM-30DCC or Legacy Mode (S3-3)

Select a process mode between the following two options.

OFF

The UFM-30DCC performs color correction and then Proc Amp adjustments. This is the same as in DCC-70HS, DCC-100 and

UFM-100DCC (Legacy mode).

ON (default)

The UFM-30DCC performs Proc Amp adjustments and then color correction.

UFM-30DCC Flow Diagram

If in UFM-30DCC mode (S3-3: ON):

Y

Pb

Pr

Video Level

Y Level

C Level

Black Level

Hue

Proc

Amp

BAL/DIF/SEP

White(R/G/B)

Black(R/G/B)

Gamma(R/G/B)

White Clip

Black Clipl

If in DCC legacy mode (S3-3: OFF):

Y

Pb

Pr

BAL/DIF/SEP

White(R/G/B)

Black(R/G/B)

Gamma(R/G/B)

White Clip

Black Clip

CC

MODE

RGB

CC

RGB

CLIP

Video Level

Y Level

C Level

Black Level

Hue

CC

MODE

RGB

CC

RGB

CLIP

Proc

Amp

White Clip

Black Clip

C Clip

White Clip

Black Clip

C Clip

YPbPr

Clip

YPbPr

Clip

White Clip

Black Clip

White Clip

Black Clip

CMPST

Clip

CMPST

Clip

Y

Pb

Pr

Y

Pb

Pr

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6-2. Jumper JP3

IMPORTANT

Do not change

the JP1 jumper setting on the REAR CARD of UFM-30DCC from the factory default settings.

FRONT CARD

Factory Default Settings for JP1 and JP3

JP No. Factory Default Setting

1

JP1

3

REAR CARD

12

3

JP3

10

1

Factory settings

1-2 short

JP3

4-5 short

7-8 short

10-11 short

*Do not change the JP1 jumper setting.

6-2-1. Select DCC-OUA or Web Control

The JP3 setting determines the UFM-30DCC control method between DCC-OUA and the

Web browser. The dipswitch S3-1 setting is also necessary. (See section 6-1. “Dipswitch

S3.”)

DCC-OUA controller

1-2 short

4-5 short

7-8 short

10-11 short

12

3

10

1

JP3

Web controller

(*1)

2-3 short

5-6 short

8-9 short

11-12 short

12

3

10

1

JP3

(*1) A UFM-30CTL Control Card (available for separate purchase) is necessary.

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7. Troubleshooting

If any of the following problems occur during the operation of your UFM-30DCC, proceed as indicated below to see if the problem can be corrected before assuming a unit malfunction has occurred.

Problem Check Action

Cannot operate

UFM-30DCC from the front panel.

Cannot adjust color correction settings.

Cannot adjust video clip settings.

Cannot set Chroma

Level.

Cannot set Hue.

Is Lock displayed in the menu display?

The Bypass/Operate setting

The Correction Mode setting

Press and hold down the menu control button on the front panel to release the panel lock. (See 4-2-2 or 5-2-7.)

Set Bypass/Operate to Operate. (See

"DCC-OUA Operation Manual" or 5-2-5.)

Set Correction Mode to BALANCE or

DIF

.

Cannot operate

UFM-30DCC from

Web browser.

Is the web browser properly connected to

UFM-30CTL?

The dipswitch S3-1 setting

See "UFM-30CTL Operation Manual" to verify the connection.

Set S3-1 to ON. (See 6-1-1.)

The jumper JP3 setting

Set JP3 for (See 6-2-1.) the WEB control setting.

Some functions such as split or gamma curve cannot be adjusted from the remote control unit.

Are you operating

UFM-30DCC with

DCC-OU?

DCC-OU cannot control some functions of

UFM-30DCC. (See 3-1-2.) Use a

DCC-OUA for full control of the

UFM-30DCC.

Cannot operate

UFM-30DCC from

DCC-OUA.

Is DCC-OUA properly connected to

UFM-30CTL?

The dipswitch S3-1 setting

Plug the supplied cable to the REMOTE connector on the UFM-30DCC and plug the other end of the cable to DCC-OUA.

Set S3-1 to OFF. (See 6-1-1.)

Some setting values are changed unintentionally after the operation mode is changed.

Cannot save/load events.

Cannot set Auto

Event Load

.

The Output Delay setting is reset after loading an event.

The jumper JP3 setting

Were these values changed in the previous operation mode?

The Auto Event Load setting

The Operation Mode setting

The input video format saved in the event and the input video format when the event is loaded.

Set JP3 for (See 6-2-1.) the DCC-OUA control setting.

Note that the same set of values is applied to Single Channel mode, Link mode and

"Setting1" in Dual Channel. Therefore, if some values are changed, The same changes are applied to other modes.

Set Auto Event Load to Disable. (See

5-2-6.)

Auto Event Load

cannot be changed in

Link

mode.

If these formats are different, the Output

Delay

is reset in some cases. (See 5-2-6.)

The Output Delay setting is reset at startup, though Start

Up Event Load

has been set to Last Set.

The input video format when powered off and the current input format.

If these formats are different, the Output

Delay

is reset. (See 5-2-6.)

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8. Specifications and Dimensions

8-1. Unit Specifications

Video Format

Video Format

(if

UFM-3DCC3G installed:)

Video Input

Video Output

Controller

1080/59.94i, 50i, 720/59.94p, 50p

525/60, 625/50

1080/50p, 59p, 60p (Level A)

1080/60i, 1035/59.94i, 60i

1080/30PsF, 23.98PsF,24PsF,25PsF,29.97PsF

1080/30p, 23.98p, 24p, 25p, 29.97p

720/23.98p, 24p, 25p, 30p, 29.97p, 60p

(1080/30PsF, /29.97PsF, /25PsF signals are processed as 1080/60i, 59.94i,

50i respectively.)

3G-SDI: 3 Gbps, HD-SDI: 1.5 Gbps, or SD-SDI: 270 Mbps 75Ω BNC x 2

3G-SDI: 3 Gbps, HD-SDI: 1.5 Gbps, or SD-SDI: 270 Mbps 75Ω BNC x 2

DCC-OUA (Ver. 3.00 or higher)

WEB-based control/ SNMP monitoring (UFM-30CTL required)

DCC-NETOU (UFM-30CTL required)

* DCC-OUA cannot be used with other controllers at the same time.

4:2:2 digital component Signal

Processing

Quantization Y: 10-bit, C: 10-bit

Sampling

Frequency

3G-SDI: Y: 148 MHz, C: 74 MHz

HD-SDI: Y: 74 MHz, C: 37 MHz

SD-SDI: Y: 13.5 MHz, C: 6.75 MHz

Internal

Processing

I/O Delay

1-Channel system: 1-channel with 2-output, input selectable

2-Channel system: 2-channel, 2-input, 2-output (option)

Settable from 200 CLK (SD) /140 CLK (HD) (minimum) to approx. 1 H (maximum)

Video function Process Amp, Video clip, Video freeze

Process Amp Video level: 0.0% to 200.0%

Y level: 0.0% to 200.0%

Chroma level: 0.0% to 200.0%

Setup / black level: -7.0% to 25.0%

Hue: -180.0° to +180.0°

Color Correction Mode: Balance, Differential and Sepia

Balance and Differential mode:

-White level (RGB): 0.0% to 200.0% (against input)

-Black level (RGB): 0.0% to 200.0% (against input)

-Gamma level (RGB): 0.0% to 200.0% (against input)

-Gamma curve: WHITE, CENTER or BLACK

Video Clip

-Sepia level: 0.0% to 100.0%

-Sepia color: -180.0° to +180.0°

Mode: YBR clip, GBR clip and Composite clip

-Y LEVEL clip: 50.0% to 109.0%

-BLACK clip: -7.0% to 50.0%

-C LEVEL clip: 50.0% to 113.0%

-WHITE clip: 50.0% to 300.0%

-BLACK clip: -200.0% to 50.0%

-White clip: 50.0% to 150.0%

-BLACK clip: -50.0% to 50.0%

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Processing order

(internal setting)

Split mode

Ancillary data

Interface

Temperature

Humidity

Power

UFM-30DCC processing mode: Process Amp first, and then to Color

Correction

Legacy processing mode: Color Correction first, and then to Process Amp

Display mode selectable from 4 types.

Pass or through selectable for H and V ancillary packets.

REMOTE (RS-422): 9-pin D-sub (female) x 1 (with inch screws) (for

DCC-OUA connection)

0°C to 40°C

30% to 85% (no condensation)

+24 VDC (supplied from UFM frame)

Dimensions Front module: 106 (W) x 293.2 (D) (mm)

Rear modeul: 108.5 (W) x 105.3 (D) x 20 (H) (mm)

Consumables None

Option UFM-3DCC3G: 3G-SDI option

UFM-3DCC2C: Dual channel option

DCC-OUA: Operation Unit for Color Corrector

DCC-NETOU: Network Operation Unit for Color Corrector

UFM-30CTL: Control Card

Control Cable: For DCC-OUA connection (PC-2076-3, 10 m)

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8-2. External Dimensions

Y UNIT

CC UFM

USH)

106

C DC -30 UFM

UT INP

POW

1 2

HD/SD-SDI IN

108.5

1 2

HD/SD-SDI OUT

REMOTE

UFM-30DCC

(All dimensions in mm)

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Warning

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a

Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

04/12/2011

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346A Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5V 2A2, Canada

Phone: +1-416-977-0343 Fax: +1-416-977-0657

FOR-A Latin America & the Caribbean

5200 Blue Lagoon Drive, Suite 760, Miami, FL 33126, USA

Phone: +1-305-931-1700 Fax: +1-305-264-7890

FOR-A UK Limited

UNIT C71, Barwell Business Park, Leatherhead Road, Chessington Surrey, KT9 2NY, UK

Phone: +44(0)20-8391-7979 Fax: +44(0)20-8391-7978

FOR-A Italia S.r.l.

Via Volturno 37, 20047 Brugherio MB, Italy

Phone: +39-039-881-086/103 Fax: +39-039-878-140

FOR-A Corporation of Korea

801 Dangsan Bldg., 53-1 Dangsan-Dong, Youngdeungpo-Gu, Seoul 150-800, Korea

Phone: +82(0)2-2637-0761 Fax: +82(0)2-2637-0760

FOR-A China Limited

708B Huateng Bldg., No. 302, 3 District, Jinsong, Chaoyang, Beijing 100021, China

Phone: +86(0)10-8721-6023 Fax: +86(0)10-8721-6033

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