Extron electronics | ISS 408 | Cablecast: Control Module Reference

Control Module Reference Guide
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Tightrope
Media Systems
Applies to Cablecast 5.4.1 Build 21
Printed October 1, 2014
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Contents
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Introduction
1.1 What Does This Guide Cover? . .
1.2 What this Manual Does Not Cover
1.3 Guide Conventions . . . . . . . .
1.4 About Tightrope . . . . . . . . . .
Cablecast Control Module Reference
2.1 AutoPatchBCSCM . . . . . . . .
2.2 BlackmagicVHCM . . . . . . . .
2.3 BVSVC1CM . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4 CodanNKCM . . . . . . . . . . .
2.5 DenonDBT3313UDCICM . . . .
2.6 DenonDVD2900CM . . . . . . .
2.7 DenonV300CM . . . . . . . . . .
2.8 DRStreamCM . . . . . . . . . . .
2.9 EnseoAlchemyCM . . . . . . . .
2.10 Evertz8084ADCM . . . . . . . .
2.11 ExtronISSCM . . . . . . . . . . .
2.12 ExtronMAVCM . . . . . . . . . .
2.13 ExtronMAVPlusCM . . . . . . . .
2.14 ExtronSWCM . . . . . . . . . . .
2.15 GenericCM . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.16 GrassValleyNPCM . . . . . . . .
2.17 IntegraDPCCM . . . . . . . . . .
2.18 JupiterASCIICM . . . . . . . . .
2.19 JVCSRMV232CM . . . . . . . .
2.20 JVCSRS365UCM . . . . . . . . .
2.21 Knox256CM . . . . . . . . . . .
2.22 Knox64CM . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.23 Knox8CM . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.24 KnoxProSwitchCM . . . . . . . .
2.25 KnoxSDICM . . . . . . . . . . .
2.26 Kramer2000CM . . . . . . . . . .
2.27 LeitchRouterCM . . . . . . . . .
2.28 LeitchRS12ACM . . . . . . . . .
2.29 LeitchTerminalProtocolCM . . . .
2.30 LgxMiniTProCM . . . . . . . . .
2.31 LgxMVP2000CM . . . . . . . . .
2.32 LgxPro16CM . . . . . . . . . . .
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LgxPro8CM . . . . . . . .
LgxTCD1000CM . . . . .
LgxTCDIPCM . . . . . .
LinkAVSCM . . . . . . .
LiveCM . . . . . . . . . .
NCBCM . . . . . . . . . .
NV9000CM . . . . . . . .
OntrakADRCM . . . . . .
OptibaseMoviemakerCM .
PanasonicAG5700CM . .
PanasonicAGIA232TCCM
PanasonicAJD450CM . . .
PesaP1CM . . . . . . . . .
PioneerDVDV5000CM . .
PioneerDVDV7400CM . .
PioneerDVF07CM . . . .
RossAVMCM . . . . . . .
ShellCM . . . . . . . . . .
SierraSVSCM . . . . . . .
SigmaSCICM . . . . . . .
SnellSWP02CM . . . . . .
SonyBDP7000CM . . . .
SonyDSR45CM . . . . . .
SonyDVP777CM . . . . .
SXEncoderCM . . . . . .
SXPlayerCM . . . . . . .
TascamBDR2000CM . . .
TascamDVD6500CM . . .
TRMSCBLRS422CM . . .
TRMSIR4CM . . . . . . .
TRMSRelayCM . . . . . .
UtahScientificRCP1CM . .
VDCPCM . . . . . . . . .
VODCM . . . . . . . . . .
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1
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing products from Tightrope Media Systems! We
have worked hard to make your new system versatile, easy to use and
reliable.
1.1
What Does This Guide Cover?
This guide is designed as a reference for how to configure the Control
Modules for your system.
1.2
What this Manual Does Not Cover
This manual does not include information on the setup of Cablecast, which
is found in Cablecast: The Manual. There are extremely important concepts
that are essential to the operation of your system. We do not cover them in
this guide.
You should be familiar with the concepts in Cablecast: The Manual, especially the information in One Thousand Miles Over Cablecast.
Before digging into this guide, make sure you have read Introduction and
Planning and Initial Setup Walk-through: How Do I Set This Thing Up? in
Cablecast: The Manual.
1.3
Guide Conventions
Throughout this guide, the following conventions will be used:
This is a note. Notes are used to call attention to special information that
may be helpful to keep in mind.
This is a tip. Tips show unique ways to use the software, and tricks that
have been picked up by other users.
This is a warning. Warnings call attention to actions that may result in
unforeseen consequences, such as actions that delete large amounts of
data or configurations that might have network security implications.
This is a margin note.
If we want to highlight a section of the text that is critical to a particular
topic, we’ll insert a margin note, like the one you see next to this paragraph.
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Margin notes might also include small pictures of the user interface, when a
figure would be too cumbersome.
!→
If we need to call special attention to something that is critical, you might
see the symbol that you now see to the left.
When the text references a particular menu item, field or label within the
software, that text will appear as follows:
Example: Click on the Record button.
View: Preferences. . . :
Channels
When we talk about or reference a menu in the software, we use a special
style and reference it in the margin. When we reference menus, we leave
out the main menu and we separate each menu with a colon (“:”).
Example: To change your channels’ names, go to View: Preferences. . . : Channels.
When the text references user input, “this format” will appear.
Example: Enter “1234” into the number field.
When quotes are used to display user input, do not include them in your
input unless specifically told to do so.
You’ll notice that we’ve used a couple of ‘Examples:’ in this section. You
will see those throughout the text. They highlight. . . examples.
1.4
About Tightrope
Tightrope Media Systems is a manufacturer of broadcast and digital signage
systems. We are the best at developing whole product solutions that deliver
a tailored experience and fantastic utility for our customers.
For more information on Tightrope Media Systems, please visit our web site:
www.trms.com
Email us at: sales@trms.com
Our Address is:
Tightrope Media Systems
800 Transfer Road, Suite 1B
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55114
For customer service, please contact your dealer or Tightrope Media Systems
directly:
Email : support@trms.com
Online Documentation : www.trms.com/support/documentation
Training Videos : www.trms.com/support/training
Blogs : blog.trms.com
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Community Forum : http://getsatisfaction.com/trms
Phone : (866) 866-4118 / (612) 866-4118
The fastest way to get support is through email or the online support form.
The community forum is a great place to share tips and tricks, too.
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Cablecast Control Module Reference
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2.1
AutoPatchBCSCM
Controls Autopatch routers that use the BCS protocol for control.
2.1.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
AMX formerly Autopatch. The following models have been tested:
• AMX Routers that use the BCS protocol
• Autopatch Routers that use the BCS protocol
2.1.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.1: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.1.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.1.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : AutoPatchBCSCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Sync Time : OFF
2.1.5
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
AutoPatchLevels : Sets the levels that should be included in switch commands and status
requests. Specify a comma-delimited list of levels, such as 1,2,4 for levels 1,
2 and 4. Valid levels are 1 through 8.
AutoPatchOutputs : Sets the number of outputs that should be polled for status. For an 8x8 router
enter ’8’
2.1.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.2
BlackmagicVHCM
Controls Blackmagic Videhub routers through ethernet protocol
2.2.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Blackmagic Design. The following models have been tested:
• Videhohub Family
2.2.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.2.3
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : BlackmagicVHCM”
Enter the IP address of the device
“192.168.1.22”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.3
BVSVC1CM
Controls the VC-1 V-Chip Line 21 Encoder.
2.3.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with V-Chip encoders manufacturered by
Broadcast Video Systems Corp (BVS). The following models have been
tested:
• VC-1
The VC-1 must be configred to accept RS-232 data. This is done by
setting jumpers JP2, 3 and 5 on the encoder board as described in the
VC-1 manual.
2.3.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.2: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.3.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.3.4
38400 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “V-Chip encoder”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : BVSVC1CM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.3.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for V-Chip control
• Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Outputs
Location Settings: I/O:
Outputs
• Select your channel output
• Select the Control Module Set you previously created from the Rating
CMS list
• Click Save to commit the changes
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2.4
CodanNKCM
Controls Codan routers that use the NK protocol.
2.4.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Codan Broadcast (now a part of Ross Video). The following models have
been tested:
• All routers that use the NK protocol
Newer Codan and Ross NK equipment must be controlled through the
NK-SCP.
2.4.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.3: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.4.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.4.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : CodanNKCM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.4.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
CodanNKCM-Outputs : Set to the highest numbered output, between 1 and 255
CodanNKCM-Levels : Sets the levels that should be included in switch commands and status
requests. Specify a comma-delimited list of levels, such as 1,2,4 for levels 1,
2 and 4. Valid levels are 1 through 8.
2.4.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.5
DenonDBT3313UDCICM
Controls the DBT-3313UDCI single disc Blu-ray player. Note that this
device does not support the JUMP command and should be configured as a
Generic device.
2.5.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD players manufacturered by Denon
Professional. The following models have been tested:
• DBT-3313UDCI
2.5.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.4: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.5.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.5.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Denon Professional DVD”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : DenonDBT3313UDCICM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Sync Time : OFF
2.5.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.5.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Wake Device :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Generic”
Enabled if your device enters a power-saving state. We suggest “30” seconds.
We suggest “2” seconds
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.6
DenonDVD2900CM
Controls the DVD-2900 single disc DVD player.
2.6.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD players manufacturered by Denon.
The following models have been tested:
• DVD-2900
2.6.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.5: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.6.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.6.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Denon DVD”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : DenonDVD2900CM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
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2.6.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.6.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD”
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.7
DenonV300CM
Controls the DN-V300 series single disc DVD players.
2.7.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD players manufacturered by Denon
Professional. The following models have been tested:
• DN-V300
• DN-V310
2.7.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.6: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.7.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.7.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Denon Professional DVD”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : DenonV300CM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
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2.7.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.7.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD”
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.8
DRStreamCM
Controls digital video encoders manufactured by Tightrope Media Systems
that are based on the Digital Rapids Stream encoder cards.
2.8.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with digital video encoders manufacturered
by Tightrope Media Systems. The following models have been tested:
• ENC-106
2.8.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.8.3
A descriptive name, such as “Encoder”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : DRStreamCM”
Enther the drive to which this video server should record
“E:\”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.8.4
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
Router Output :
Record Quality :
Record Copy UNC :
A descriptive name for your device
“Record only”
“Digital File”
We suggest “0” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
“0”
Select a suitable format.
“StopRecord”
The router output to which this device is connected, e.g. “3”
Select what codec you want to use for recordings on this device
Leave blank. See the Cablecast manual for more information.
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Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.9
EnseoAlchemyCM
Controls VS4 video servers from Tightrope Media Systems. These systems
are based on Enseo Alchemy cards.
2.9.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with digital video servers manufacturered by
Tightrope Media Systems. The following models have been tested:
• VS4 series servers
2.9.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.9.3
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Server Playback”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : EnseoAlchemyCM”
Enter the content drive or drives that this video server will play from, multiple
drives should be separated by a pipe character
“E:\|F:\”
Leave blank
Leave blank
ON
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
EnseoAlchemyCMVolume : This setting allows you to adjust the volume of the outputs of the server. The
valid range is from .0 to 1.0, and the default is .8
2.9.4
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.9.5
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name : A descriptive name for your device
Router Address : The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
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Device Function :
Device Type :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
“Playback only”
“Digital File”
We suggest “0” seconds
We suggest “1” second
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The playback channel that this device represents, starting with “0”
Select a suitable format.
“None”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.10
Evertz8084ADCM
Controls the 8084AD Closed Caption encoder only for inserting V-Chip
data.
2.10.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with V-Chip encoders manufacturered by
Evertz. The following models have been tested:
• 8084AD
The device must be configured to use the baud rate and parity described
below.
2.10.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.7: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.10.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.10.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
Software (XOn - XOff)
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “V-Chip encoder”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : Evertz8084ADCM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.10.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for V-Chip control
• Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Outputs
Location Settings: I/O:
Outputs
• Select your channel output
• Select the Control Module Set you previously created from the Rating
CMS list
• Click Save to commit the changes
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2.11
ExtronISSCM
Controls Extron seamless switchers with two outputs.
2.11.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Extron Electronics. The following models have been tested:
• ISG 506
• ISS 408
• SGS 408
This control module works only with the specified models.
2.11.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.8: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.11.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.11.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : ExtronISSCM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.11.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.12
ExtronMAVCM
Controls Extron MAV series routers that use the SIS protocol.
2.12.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Extron Electronics. The following models have been tested:
• MAV 88 AV
• MAV 88 AV RCA
The ExtronMAVPlusCM should also control these routers. The two control modules differ in the way they interpret router status. If this Control
Module does not work as you expect, please try the ExtronMAVPlusCM.
2.12.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.9: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.12.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.12.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : ExtronMAVCM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.12.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.13
ExtronMAVPlusCM
Controls Extron MAV Plus series routers that use the SIS protocol.
2.13.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Extron Electronics. The following models have been tested:
• MAV Plus 1212 AV
• MAV Plus 4848 AV
The ExtronMAVCM should also control these routers. The two control
modules differ in the way they interpret router status. If this Control
Module does not work as you expect, please try the ExtronMAVCM.
2.13.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.10: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.13.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.13.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : ExtronMAVPlusCM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.13.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.14
ExtronSWCM
Controls Extron SW series switchers.
2.14.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Extron Electronics. The following models have been tested:
• SW 12AV RCA
• SW 6AV
The ExtronSWCM will only control single-output switchers. If you are
trying to control a routing switcher with more than one output, check out
the ExtronMAVPlusCM
2.14.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.11: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.14.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.14.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : ExtronSWCM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.14.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.15
GenericCM
This is a diagnostic control module. It does not control any devices and
serves no function aside from development and testing.
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2.16
GrassValleyNPCM
Control for Routers that use the Grass Valley Native Protocol (aka Series
7000)
2.16.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by Grass
Vallen Native Protocol. The following models have been tested:
• AJA KUMO Series Routers
This Control Module should work with any router that is controlled by
the Grass Valley Native Protocol. However this control module has only
been tested against the KUMO routers by AJA.
2.16.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-422 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
The cable required for this device depends upon what type of RS-422 port
you are using.
F IGURE 2.12: Quatech RS-422
cable
F IGURE 2.13: Blastronix
RS-422 cable
2
3
7
8
2.16.3
Server
Device
9 pin Male
RxD TxD +
RxD +
TxD -
9 pin Male
TxD RxD +
TxD +
RxD -
2
3
7
8
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
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Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.16.4
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.16.5
38400 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : GrassValleyNPCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
GrassValleyNPCM-Baud-Rate : The buad rate for this device. Default is 38400.
2.16.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.17
IntegraDPCCM
Controls DPC series DVD changers.
2.17.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD changers manufacturered by
Integra. The following models have been tested:
• The DPC series of DVD changers
The Integra protocol does not support a jump command. Playback will
always start at title 1, chapter 1.
2.17.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.14: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.17.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.17.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Integra DVD Changer”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : IntegraDPCCM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.17.5
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
IntegraForceStop : Set this to true if you are having problems with auto-start discs in this
changer
2.17.6
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.17.7
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Load Duration :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Slots :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD(Multidisc)”
We suggest “30” seconds
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
“1” to “6”
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.18
JupiterASCIICM
Controls routers that use the Jupiter ASCII protocol.
2.18.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Phillips Broadcast (now a part of Grass Valley). The following models have
been tested:
• Routers that use the Jupiter ASCII protocol
Router size is limited to 1000 inputs and 1000 outputs (000-999) and
seven levels.
2.18.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.15: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.18.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.18.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
Software (XOn - XOff)
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : JupiterASCIICM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.18.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
JupiterASCIICM-Levels : A comma-delimited list of levels that should be switched. The first value
will be used for status requests.
JupiterASCIICM-Outputs : A comma-delimited list of outputs that should be included in status requests
2.18.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.19
JVCSRMV232CM
Controls DVD / VHS / Mini-DV combo decks from JVC.
2.19.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with combo decks manufacturered by JVC.
The following models have been tested:
•
•
•
•
•
SR-DVM600
SR-DVM70
SR-MV45
SR-MV50
SR-MV55
This control module can’t switch the mode of the device. So, a play
command will be sent to whatever mechanism is currently controlled. If
you are using the tape portion of the deck you should set the Device Type
to Generic. Some decks may need a null-modem cable.
2.19.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.16: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.19.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.19.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
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CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.19.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.19.6
A descriptive name, such as “JVC Combo Deck”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : JVCSRMV232CM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD”
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.20
JVCSRS365UCM
Controls S-VHS decks from JVC.
2.20.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with timecode VTRs manufacturered by JVC.
The following models have been tested:
• SR-365U
The Control Mode switch under the front flap must be set to RS232
2.20.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.17: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.20.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.20.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “JVC VTR”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : JVCSRS365UCM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Sync Time : OFF
2.20.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.20.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“VTR”
We suggest “60” seconds
We suggest “2” seconds
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.21
Knox256CM
Controls Knox routers that have more than 99 inputs and outputs.
2.21.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Knox Video Technologies. The following models have been tested:
• Chameleon256
2.21.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.18: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.21.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.21.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : Knox256CM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
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2.21.5
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.22
Knox64CM
Controls modular routing switchers with up to 99 inputs and outputs.
2.22.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Knox Video Technologies. The following models have been tested:
•
•
•
•
•
2.22.2
Chameleon
Chameleon64
Chameleon64i
RS 16x16
RSII Series
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.19: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.22.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.22.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : Knox64CM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.22.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.23
Knox8CM
Controls Knox routers that have less than 10 inputs and outputs.
2.23.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Knox Video Technologies. The following models have been tested:
• RS 4x4
• RS 8x8
2.23.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.20: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.23.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.23.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : Knox8CM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Sync Time : OFF
2.23.5
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.24
KnoxProSwitchCM
Controls Knox ProSwitch series routers.
2.24.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Knox Video Technologies. The following models have been tested:
• ProSwitch series
2.24.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.21: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.24.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.24.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : KnoxProSwitchCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
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2.24.5
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.25
KnoxSDICM
Controls SDI souting switchers.
2.25.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Knox Video Technologies. The following models have been tested:
• SDI 8x8
You should disable ’Verbose’ mode on the router by setting DIP switch
#3 to OFF
2.25.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.22: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.25.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.25.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : KnoxSDICM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
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Network Path : Leave blank
Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.25.5
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.26
Kramer2000CM
Controls Kramer routers that are controllable using Protocol 2000.
2.26.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Kramer Electronics. The following models have been tested:
• Routers that use ’Protocol 2000’
These routers allow you to set a ’Machine ID’, Cablecast always controls
Machine ID 1. Please make sure your router is set accordingly. For
information on how to change the Machine ID, please consult the router’s
documentation.
2.26.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.23: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.26.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.26.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : Kramer2000CM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.26.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
Kramer2000CMOutputs : This setting allows you to set the total number of outptus on the router (i.e.
’8’). If you don’t set this, cablecast will asume there are 100 outputs. Setting
this to the actual number of outputs will make the force menu load faster.
Kramer2000CMUseBreakawayMode : Setting this to ’true’ will cause switches to be executed in breakaway mode. A ’Disable Breakaway’ command will be sent, followed by a
’Switch Video’ and a ’Switch Audio’. If set to ’false’, a ’EnableBreakaway’
command will be sent, followed by a ’Switch Video’ command.
Kramer2000CMIgnoreBreakawayMode : Setting this to ’true’ will cause switches to be executed as a
’Switch Video’ command followed by a ’Switch Audio’ command.
Kramer2000IgnoreAudioEvents : When Kramer2000CMIgnoreBreakawayMode is set to ’false’ and
Kramer2000CMUseBreakawayMode is set to ’true’, this will cause the
’Switch Audio’ command to be skipped.
2.26.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.27
LeitchRouterCM
Controls Leitch and Harris routers that use the XY protocol.
2.27.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Leitch (now part of Harris). The following models have been tested:
• Routers that support XY protocol
The LeitchTerminalProtocolCM may also be able to control your router.
2.27.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.24: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.27.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.27.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : LeitchRouterCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
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Network Path : Leave blank
Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.27.5
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
LeitchRouterCM-Levels : This setting allows you to define what levels are switched. For example set
23 to switch levels 2 and 3. Default is 012
LeitchRouterCM-EnableReporting : Setting this to ’true’ will cause an Enable reporting "@ ?˚." command to be sent before router status is requested.
2.27.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.28
LeitchRS12ACM
Controls Videotek or Leitch RS-12A routers.
2.28.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Videotek or Leitch (both now part of Harris). The following models have
been tested:
• RS-12A
2.28.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.25: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.28.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.28.4
9600 baud
One
7 bits
Odd
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : LeitchRS12ACM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Sync Time : OFF
2.28.5
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.29
LeitchTerminalProtocolCM
Controls Leitch and Harris routers that use Leitch Terminal protocol.
2.29.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Leitch (now part of Harris). The following models have been tested:
• Routers that support Leitch Terminal protocol
The LeitchRouterCM may also be able to control your router.
2.29.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.26: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.29.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.29.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : LeitchTerminalProtocolCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
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Network Path : Leave blank
Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.29.5
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.30
LgxMiniTProCM
Controls Mini-T Pro event controllers. Does not support Mini-T NX units.
2.30.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with event controllers manufacturered by
Leightronix. The following models have been tested:
• Mini-T Pro
The Mini-T Pro is both a routing switcher, and a device controller. The
following Device configuration instructions indicate how to configure a
generic VTR for control.
2.30.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.27: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.30.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.30.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Mini-T Pro”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : LgxMiniTProCM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.30.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router.
You don’t need to use the built-in routing switcher.
Select the Control Module Set you previously created from the CMS that
controls the router pop-down list.
2.30.6
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.30.7
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
This device is both a router and a device controller. The following settings
give a general example as to how a device is configured, but your settings
will likely be slightly different
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Wake Device :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Generic”
Enabled if your device enters a power-saving state. We suggest “30” seconds.
We suggest “2” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
For ProBus devices: the device ID, such as “3”.
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.31
LgxMVP2000CM
Controls MVP-2000 event controllers.
2.31.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with devices manufacturered by Leightronix.
The following models have been tested:
• MVP-2000
Cablecast 5.0 and later only supports the MVP-2000’s device control
features.
2.31.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.31.3
A descriptive name, such as “MVP-2000”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : LgxMVP2000CM”
Enter the IP address of the device
“192.168.1.22”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.31.4
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
This device is both a router and a device controller. The following settings
give a general example as to how a device is configured, but your settings
will likely be slightly different
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Wake Device :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Generic”
Enabled if your device enters a power-saving state. We suggest “30” seconds.
We suggest “0” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
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Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
For ProBus devices: the device ID, such as “3”.
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.32
LgxPro16CM
Controls Pro-16 event controllers.
2.32.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with event controllers manufacturered by
Leightronix. The following models have been tested:
• Pro-16
The Pro-16 is both a routing switcher, and a device controller. The
following Device configuration instructions indicate how to configure a
generic VTR for control.
2.32.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.28: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.32.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.32.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Pro-16”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : LgxPro16CM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.32.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router.
You don’t need to use the built-in routing switcher.
Select the Control Module Set you previously created from the CMS that
controls the router pop-down list.
2.32.6
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.32.7
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
This device is both a router and a device controller. The following settings
give a general example as to how a device is configured, but your settings
will likely be slightly different
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Wake Device :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Generic”
Enabled if your device enters a power-saving state. We suggest “30” seconds.
We suggest “2” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
For ProBus devices: the device ID, such as “3”.
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.33
LgxPro8CM
Controls Pro-8 event controllers.
2.33.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with event controllers manufacturered by
Leightronix. The following models have been tested:
• Pro-8
The Pro-8 is both a routing switcher, and a device controller. The following Device configuration instructions indicate how to configure a generic
VTR for control.
2.33.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.29: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.33.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.33.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Pro-8”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : LgxPro8CM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.33.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router.
You don’t need to use the built-in routing switcher.
Select the Control Module Set you previously created from the CMS that
controls the router pop-down list.
2.33.6
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.33.7
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
This device is both a router and a device controller. The following settings
give a general example as to how a device is configured, but your settings
will likely be slightly different
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Wake Device :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Generic”
Enabled if your device enters a power-saving state. We suggest “30” seconds.
We suggest “2” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
For ProBus devices: the device ID, such as “3”.
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.34
LgxTCD1000CM
Controls TCD-1000 event controllers.
2.34.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with devices manufacturered by Leightronix.
The following models have been tested:
• TCD-1000
The TCD-1000 can control multiple devices using it’s ProBus and LGX
connections..
2.34.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DB-25 connector.
F IGURE 2.30: RS-232 9 to 25
pin straight through cable
2.34.3
Device
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
7 RTS
8 CTS
25 pin Male
3 RxD
2 TxD
7 GND
4 RTS
5 CTS
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.34.4
38400 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “TCD-1000”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : LgxTCD1000CM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.34.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.34.6
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
This device is both a router and a device controller. The following settings
give a general example as to how a device is configured, but your settings
will likely be slightly different
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Wake Device :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Generic”
Enabled if your device enters a power-saving state. We suggest “30” seconds.
We suggest “0” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
For ProBus devices: the device ID, such as “3”.
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.35
LgxTCDIPCM
Controls TCD-IP event controllers.
2.35.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with devices manufacturered by Leightronix.
The following models have been tested:
• TCD-IP
The TCD-IP is a device controller. The following Device configuration
instructions indicate how to configure it to control a generic VTR..
2.35.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.35.3
A descriptive name, such as “TCD-IP”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : LgxTCDIPCM”
Enter the IP address of the device
“192.168.1.22”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.35.4
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
This device is both a router and a device controller. The following settings
give a general example as to how a device is configured, but your settings
will likely be slightly different
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Wake Device :
Take Delay :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Generic”
Enabled if your device enters a power-saving state. We suggest “30” seconds.
We suggest “0” seconds
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Post Roll : We suggest “0” seconds
Device CMS : Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
Device Address : For ProBus devices: the device ID, e.g. “4”. For PlusBus devices: the device
symbol, e.g. “PLUSBUS DVDCHG01”.
Device Formats : Select a suitable format.
Device End Actions : “Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.36
LinkAVSCM
Controls AVS series single-output switchers
2.36.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by Link
Electronics. The following models have been tested:
• AVS-816
2.36.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.31: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.36.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.36.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : LinkAVSCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
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2.36.5
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.37
LiveCM
This is a diagnostic control module. It does not control any devices and
serves no function aside from development and testing.
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2.38
NCBCM
Controls Nevion Routers that use the NCB Protocol
2.38.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
NCB. The following models have been tested:
•
2.38.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.32: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.38.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.38.4
19200 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : NCBCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
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2.38.5
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.39
NV9000CM
Controls Miranda routers that are controllable using NVision 9000 protocol.
2.39.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
NVision. The following models have been tested:
• Routers that use ’NV9000 Prootocol’
2.39.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-422 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
The cable required for this device depends upon what type of RS-422 port
you are using.
F IGURE 2.33: Quatech RS-422
cable
F IGURE 2.34: Blastronix
RS-422 cable
2
3
7
8
2.39.3
Server
Device
9 pin Male
RxD TxD +
RxD +
TxD -
9 pin Male
TxD RxD +
TxD +
RxD -
2
3
7
8
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
38400 baud
One
8 bits
None
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Flow Control : None
2.39.4
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.39.5
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : NV9000CM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
NV9000-Outputs : A comma delimted list of outputs to poll for status. Example: 1,4,9
NV9000-Level : Level on which switch and status commands will be addressed.
2.39.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.40
OntrakADRCM
Allows control of contact closure compaitble devices.
2.40.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with devices manufacturered by Ontrak. The
following models have been tested:
• ADR2200
• ADR2205
2.40.2
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.40.3
9600 baud
One
0 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “ADR2200”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : OntrakADRCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
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2.41
OptibaseMoviemakerCM
Controls encoders based on the Optibase MovieMaker hardware.
2.41.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with digital video encoders manufacturered
by Tightrope Media Systems. The following models have been tested:
• ENC-106 series encoders
• VS4 series servers with built-in encoders
2.41.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.41.3
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Encoder”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : OptibaseMoviemakerCM”
Enther the drive to which this video server should record
“E:\”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
OptibaseUseSvideo : Sets the system to use it’s S-Video input, set to true for S-Video, false for
Composite
2.41.4
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.41.5
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name : A descriptive name for your device
Device Function : “Record only”
Device Type : “Digital File”
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Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
Router Output :
Record Quality :
Record Copy UNC :
We suggest “0” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
“0”
Select a suitable format.
“StopRecord”
The router output to which this device is connected, e.g. “3”
Select what codec you want to use for recordings on this device
Leave blank. See the Cablecast manual for more information.
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.42
PanasonicAG5700CM
Controls S-VHS decks from Panasonic.
2.42.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with timecode VTRs manufacturered by
Panasonic. The following models have been tested:
• AG-5700
The Local/Remote switch on the front panel must be set to Remote
2.42.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DB-25 connector.
F IGURE 2.35: RS-232 9 to 25
pin straight through cable
2.42.3
Device
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
7 RTS
8 CTS
25 pin Male
3 RxD
2 TxD
7 GND
4 RTS
5 CTS
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.42.4
9600 baud
One
7 bits
Odd
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Panasonic VTR”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : PanasonicAG5700CM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.42.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.42.6
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“VTR”
We suggest “60” seconds
We suggest “2” seconds
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.43
PanasonicAGIA232TCCM
Controls S-VHS decks from Panasonic.
2.43.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with timecode VTRs manufacturered by
Panasonic. The following models have been tested:
• Decks with the AG-IA232TC Module installed
The Local/Remote switch on the front panel must be set to Remote
2.43.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DB-25 connector.
F IGURE 2.36: RS-232 9 to 25
pin straight through cable
2.43.3
Device
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
7 RTS
8 CTS
25 pin Male
3 RxD
2 TxD
7 GND
4 RTS
5 CTS
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.43.4
1200 baud
One
7 bits
Odd
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Panasonic VTR”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : PanasonicAGIA232TCCM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.43.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.43.6
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“VTR”
We suggest “60” seconds
We suggest “2” seconds
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.44
PanasonicAJD450CM
Controls DVCPRO decks from Panasonic.
2.44.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with timecode VTRs manufacturered by
Panasonic. The following models have been tested:
• AJ-DV440P
• AJ-DV450P
The Local/Remote switch on the front panel must be set to Remote
2.44.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DB-25 connector.
F IGURE 2.37: RS-232 9 to 25
pin straight through cable
2.44.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
7 RTS
8 CTS
Device
25 pin Male
3 RxD
2 TxD
7 GND
4 RTS
5 CTS
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.44.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Panasonic VTR”.
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Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.44.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.44.6
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : PanasonicAJD450CM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“VTR”
We suggest “60” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.45
PesaP1CM
Controls Pesa routers that use the P1 protocol.
2.45.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by Pesa
Switching Systems. The following models have been tested:
• Routers that use the P1 protocol
2.45.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
2.45.3
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.45.4
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.45.5
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
Hardware
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : PesaP1CM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
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PesaLevels : Defines the number of levels that the router has. For example, a router with
video and stereo audio would have 3 levels.
PesaOutputs : Defines the number of outputs that the router has. Status will only be
requested for this many outputs. If your router is 8x8, set this to 8.
2.45.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.46
PioneerDVDV5000CM
Controls DVD Players from Pioneer.
2.46.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD players manufacturered by Pioneer
Electronics. The following models have been tested:
• DVD-V5000
There is a menu setting that should be checked. With no disc in the player,
press and hold the HOME MENU button until the settings menu comes
up. Ensure that 9-pin is selected for SERIAL PORT, and that the BAUD
RATE is set to 19200
2.46.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.38: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.46.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.46.4
19200 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Pioneer Electronics DVD”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : PioneerDVDV5000CM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.46.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.46.6
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD”
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.47
PioneerDVDV7400CM
Controls Industrial DVD Players decks from Pioneer.
2.47.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD players manufacturered by Pioneer
Electronics. The following models have been tested:
• DVD-V7400
There is a menu setting that should be checked. Press and hold the
SETUP button for one second, the ADVSETUP menu should appear.
Ensure that BAUD RATE is set to 4800bps
2.47.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DA-15 connector.
F IGURE 2.39: Pioneer RS-232
cable
2.47.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
15 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
1 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.47.4
4800 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Pioneer Electronics DVD”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : PioneerDVDV7400CM”
Leave blank
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Network Path : Leave blank
Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.47.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.47.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD”
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.48
PioneerDVF07CM
Controls DV-F07 300 disc DVD changers.
2.48.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD changers manufacturered by
Pioneer Electronics. The following models have been tested:
• DV-F07
Stick-on DVD labels will cause serious damage to your DVD changer.
We strongly suggest purchasing printable DVDs.
2.48.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DA-15 connector.
F IGURE 2.40: Pioneer RS-232
cable
2.48.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
15 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
1 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.48.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Pioneer Electronics DVD Changer”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : PioneerDVF07CM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.48.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.48.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Load Duration :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Slots :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD(Multidisc)”
We suggest “45” seconds
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “2” seconds
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
“1” to “300”
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.49
RossAVMCM
Controls Ross AVM switchers.
2.49.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by Ross
Video. The following models have been tested:
• All AVM switchers
2.49.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-422 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
The cable required for this device depends upon what type of RS-422 port
you are using.
F IGURE 2.41: Quatech RS-422
cable
F IGURE 2.42: Blastronix
RS-422 cable
2
3
7
8
2.49.3
Server
Device
9 pin Male
RxD TxD +
RxD +
TxD -
9 pin Male
TxD RxD +
TxD +
RxD -
2
3
7
8
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
38400 baud
One
8 bits
Odd
None
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2.49.4
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.49.5
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : RossAVMCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.50
ShellCM
This Control Module will run a user-created program when every event
occurs. It will pass relevant information to the program so that the appropriate action can be taken. For more information, please contact TRMS
support.
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2.51
SierraSVSCM
Controls Sierra routers that use the SVS protocol.
2.51.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Sierra Video Systems. The following models have been tested:
• All routers that use the SVS protocol
Newer Sierra routers use a standard straight-through serial cable for
control. We suggest you try that first, if it does not work, you may need
to build the custom cable outlined below.
2.51.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.43: Sierra RS-232
cable
2.51.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Router
9 pin Male
2 TxD
8 RxD
1 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.51.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : SierraSVSCM”
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Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.51.5
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
SierraSVS-Levels : Sets the levels that should be included in switch commands and status
requests. Setting this to 0 will switch all levels. Otherwise, you can specify
a comma-delimited list of levels, such as 1,2,4 for levels 1, 2 and 4.
2.51.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.52
SigmaSCICM
Controls Sigma routers that use the SCI protocol.
2.52.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Sigma Technology Systems. The following models have been tested:
• All routers that use the SCI protocol
2.52.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.44: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.52.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.52.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : SigmaSCICM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
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2.52.5
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.53
SnellSWP02CM
Controls all routers that use the Snell General Switcher Communication
Protocol
2.53.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by
Snell (formerly Snell and Wilcox, Pro-Bel). The following models have
been tested:
• Vega series
2.53.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.53.3
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : SnellSWP02CM”
Enter the IP address of the device
“192.168.1.22”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
SnellSWP02CMFirstOutput : Defines the one-based address of the first output on the router. For most
routers this should be set to 1. For Vega routers the value depends on
configuration
SnellSWP02CMLastOutput : Defines the one-based address of the last output on the router. For most
routers this will be set to the number of outputs, e.g. 32. For Vega routers
the value depends on configuration
2.53.4
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.54
SonyBDP7000CM
Controls BDP-CX7000ES 400 disc Blu-ray changers.
2.54.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD changers manufacturered by Sony.
The following models have been tested:
• BDP-CX7000ES
Stick-on DVD labels will cause serious damage to your DVD changer.
We strongly suggest purchasing printable DVDs.
2.54.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.45: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.54.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.54.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Sony DVD Changer”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : SonyBDP7000CM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
110
Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.54.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.54.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Load Duration :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Slots :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD(Multidisc)”
We suggest “45” seconds
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “3” seconds
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
“1” to “400”
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.55
SonyDSR45CM
Controls DVCAM decks from Sony.
2.55.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with timecode VTRs manufacturered by
Sony. The following models have been tested:
• DSR-45
The rear-panel REMOTE switch must be set to RS-232C. The front-panel
REMOTE/LOCAL switch must be set to REMOTE.
2.55.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.46: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.55.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.55.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Sony VTR”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : SonyDSR45CM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.55.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.55.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“VTR”
We suggest “60” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.56
SonyDVP777CM
Controls DVP-CX777ES 400 disc DVD changers.
2.56.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD changers manufacturered by Sony.
The following models have been tested:
• DVP-CX777ES
Stick-on DVD labels will cause serious damage to your DVD changer.
We strongly suggest purchasing printable DVDs.
2.56.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.47: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.56.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.56.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Sony DVD Changer”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : SonyDVP777CM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.56.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.56.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Load Duration :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Slots :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD(Multidisc)”
We suggest “45” seconds
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “3” seconds
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
“1” to “400”
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.57
SXEncoderCM
Controls the built-in encoders in SX series video servers.
2.57.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with digital video encoders manufacturered
by Tightrope Media Systems. The following models have been tested:
•
•
•
•
2.57.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.57.3
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Encoder”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : SXEncoderCM”
Enther the drive to which this video server should record
“E:\”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.57.4
SX-2
SX-2HD
SX-4
SX-LE
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
Router Output :
Record Quality :
A descriptive name for your device
“Record only”
“Digital File”
We suggest “0” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The encoder that this device represents, “0” or “1”
Select a suitable format.
“StopRecord”
The router output to which this device is connected, e.g. “3”
Select what codec you want to use for recordings on this device
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Record Copy UNC : Leave blank. See the Cablecast manual for more information.
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.58
SXPlayerCM
Controls the video decoders in the SX series video servers.
2.58.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with digital video servers manufacturered by
Tightrope Media Systems. The following models have been tested:
•
•
•
•
2.58.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.58.3
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Server Playback”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : SXPlayerCM”
Enter the content drive or drives that this video server will play from, multiple
drives should be separated by a pipe character
“E:\|F:\”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.58.4
SX-2
SX-2HD
SX-4
SX-LE
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Digital File”
We suggest “0” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The playback channel that this device represents, starting with “0”
Select a suitable format.
“None”
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Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.59
TascamBDR2000CM
Controls DVD and Blueray playback on Tascam BD-R2000
2.59.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD players manufacturered by Tascam.
The following models have been tested:
• DSR-45
Set QUICK STARTUP to ON in device menu.
2.59.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.48: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.59.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.59.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
Odd
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Network Path :
Auth :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Tascam DVD”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : TascamBDR2000CM”
Leave blank
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Sync Time : OFF
2.59.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.59.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD”
We suggest “60” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.60
TascamDVD6500CM
Controls Industrial DVD Players decks from Tascam.
2.60.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with DVD players manufacturered by Tascam.
The following models have been tested:
• DV-D01U
• DV-D6500
2.60.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.49: RS-232 null
modem cable
2.60.3
Server
Device
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
9 pin Female
3 TxD
2 RxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.60.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Tascam DVD”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : TascamDVD6500CM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
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Sync Time : OFF
2.60.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.60.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“DVD”
We suggest “15” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
Leave blank
Select a suitable format.
“Stop”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.61
TRMSCBLRS422CM
Controls VTRs and other devices that support the Sony RS422 protocol.
2.61.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with timecode VTRs manufacturered by
various manufacturers that support the Sony RS422 protocol. The following
models have been tested:
• Sony DSR-1500
• Sony DSR-2000
• Sony DSR-45
2.61.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-422 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
The cable required for this device depends upon what type of RS-422 port
you are using.
F IGURE 2.50: Quatech RS-422
cable
F IGURE 2.51: Blastronix
RS-422 cable
2
3
7
8
2.61.3
Server
Device
9 pin Male
RxD TxD +
RxD +
TxD -
9 pin Male
TxD RxD +
TxD +
RxD -
2
3
7
8
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate : 38400 baud
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Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.61.4
One
8 bits
Odd
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
CMS Name : A descriptive name, such as “various manufacturers that support
the Sony RS422 protocol VTR”.
Control Module : Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
Example: “localhost : TRMSCBLRS422CM”
Port/IP/Local Path : Leave blank
Network Path : Leave blank
Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.61.5
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.61.6
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Jump Duration :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“VTR”
We suggest “60” seconds
We suggest “1” second
We suggest “5” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The serial port that controls the device, e.g. “2”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.62
TRMSIR4CM
Controls the IR-4 IR Expander. This unit is used to control up to four IR
devices
2.62.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with devices manufacturered by Tightrope
Media Systems. The following models have been tested:
• IR-4
You need to use the IR Learner application to learn the appropriate
commands for your devices before this Control Module will work. This
application can be found in D:\TRMS\ Tools.
2.62.2
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Network Path :
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.62.3
A descriptive name, such as “IR-4”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : TRMSIR4CM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Leave blank
Leave blank
OFF
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.62.4
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
This device is both a router and a device controller. The following settings
give a general example as to how a device is configured, but your settings
will likely be slightly different
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Generic”
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Wake Device :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
Enabled if your device enters a power-saving state. We suggest “30” seconds.
We suggest “0” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The IR port to which the deck is connected, “1” . . . “4”
Select a suitable format.
“Stop + Rewind”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.63
TRMSRelayCM
Uses the RTS line of the serial port to control external devices. A Play event
will set RTS, a Stop event will clear it
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2.64
UtahScientificRCP1CM
Controls Utah routers that use the RCP1 protocol.
2.64.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with video switchers manufacturered by Utah
Scientific. The following models have been tested:
• Routers that use the RCP1 protocol
Your router’s control board may have a jumper that selects the serial port
mode, you should set it to RS-232
2.64.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-232 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a male DE-9 connector.
F IGURE 2.52: RS-232 straight
through cable
2.64.3
Server
9 pin Female
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Device
9 pin Male
2 RxD
3 TxD
5 GND
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.64.4
9600 baud
One
8 bits
None
None
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Router”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : UtahScientificRCP1CM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
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Network Path : Leave blank
Auth : Leave blank
Sync Time : OFF
2.64.5
Control Module specific settings
This Control Module has additional settings in the Application Configuration
file. This file can be found at D:\\TRMS\Control Modules\TRMS.Services.CablecastDev
Please double-check any changes you make as a mis-configuration of these
settings could cause your system to stop functioning.
UtahScientificRPC1-Outputs : Sets the outputs that status will be requested for. This list is zero based,
so the first output on the router is 0. Enter this as a comma-delimited list, for
example 0,1,2,3,7,42.
UtahScientificRPC1-Levels : Sets the levels that will be switched and that status will be requested for.
This list is one based, so the first level is 1. Enter this as a comma-delimited
list, for example 1,2,3,6,7
UtahScientificRPC1-BaudRate : The baud rate that will be used for serial communication. If not set 9600
will be used.
2.64.6
Selecting this Control Module for Router control
Location Settings: I/O:
Router
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Router. Select the Control Module Set
you previously created from the CMS that controls the router pop-down
list.
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2.65
VDCPCM
Controls Video Servers that support the VDCP protocol.
2.65.1
Supported Devices
This Control Module is for use with digital video servers manufacturered
by various manufacturers that support the VDCP protocol. The following
models have been tested:
•
•
•
•
360 Systems Imageserver
360 Systems Imageserver 2000
360 Systems Imageserver MAXX
Ross Softmetal
Files on the VDCP controlled server must be named showid-reelnumber
e.g. ’12345-1’. The Reel Number is required, and no file extension is
allowed
2.65.2
Physical Connections
You will need an available RS-422 port, and an appropriate cable. The device
end of the cable needs a female DE-9 connector.
The cable required for this device depends upon what type of RS-422 port
you are using.
F IGURE 2.53: Quatech RS-422
cable
F IGURE 2.54: Blastronix
RS-422 cable
2
3
7
8
Server
Device
9 pin Male
RxD TxD +
RxD +
TxD -
9 pin Male
TxD RxD +
TxD +
RxD -
2
3
7
8
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2.65.3
Serial Port settings
Consult your device’s documentation for instructions on how to setup its
serial port. Cablecast uses the following settings:
Baud Rate :
Stop Bits :
Byte Size :
Parity :
Flow Control :
2.65.4
Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets Settings
Location Settings: I/O:
Control Module Sets
CMS Name :
Control Module :
Example:
Port/IP/Local Path :
Example:
NetworkPath :
Example:
Auth :
Sync Time :
2.65.5
Create an entry for this Control Module in the Location Settings: I/O: Control Module Sets menu. Enter the following information into the fields:
A descriptive name, such as “Server Playback”.
Select the corresponding Host and Control Module
“localhost : VDCPCM”
Enter the serial port to which the device is connected
“2”
Enter the IP Address of the device
“192.168.1.10”
Leave blank
OFF
Creating a Device
Location Settings: I/O:
Devices
2.65.6
38400 baud
One
8 bits
Odd
None
Navigate to Location Settings: I/O: Devices Click New, this will add a new
device to the bottom of the list, called “New Input”. Click it to open the
device settings.
Device Settings
Enter the following information:
Name :
Router Address :
Device Function :
Device Type :
Take Delay :
Post Roll :
Device CMS :
Device Address :
Device Formats :
Device End Actions :
A descriptive name for your device
The router input to which this device is connected, e.g. “2”
“Playback only”
“Digital File”
We suggest “0” seconds
We suggest “0” seconds
Select the Control Module Set that you created earlier for this device
The playback channel that this device represents, starting with “1”
Select a suitable format.
“None”
Click Save to complete the configuration of your new device.
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2.66
VODCM
Performs VOD operations like transcoding and file discovery.
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