Fluke 430 Series Computer Monitor User Manual

DME SWITCHER
DFS-700
DFS-700P
DIGITAL/ANALOG INPUT BOARD
BKDF-701
ANALOG COMPOSITE INPUT BOARD
BKDF-702/702P
DIGITAL MULTI EFFECTS BOARD
BKDF-711
3D VIDEO MAPPING EFFECTS BOARD
BKDF-712
SERVICE MANUAL
Volume 1 1st Edition
Table of Contents
Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual .............................................................................................. 5
Related manuals ......................................................................................................... 5
Contents ..................................................................................................................... 5
1. Operating Instructions
2. Service Overview
2-1.
Installation ................................................................................................... 2-1
2-1-1. Operating Environment .............................................................. 2-1
2-1-2. Power Supply Specifications ...................................................... 2-1
2-1-3. Power Supply Cord .................................................................... 2-1
2-1-4. Installation Space ....................................................................... 2-2
2-1-5. Matching Connector and Cable .................................................. 2-3
2-1-6. Signal Input/Output .................................................................... 2-4
2-1-7. Rack Mounting ........................................................................... 2-7
2-1-8. Installing Optional Board ........................................................... 2-9
2-2. Removal of Cabinet ................................................................................... 2-10
2-3. Location of Main Parts .............................................................................. 2-11
2-4. Circuit Description .................................................................................... 2-12
2-4-1. Processor .................................................................................. 2-12
2-4-2. Control Panel ............................................................................ 2-19
2-5. Replacement of Board ............................................................................... 2-21
2-5-1. Replacement of Plug-in Board ................................................. 2-21
2-5-2. Replacement of Board .............................................................. 2-21
2-6. Replacement of Switching Regulator ........................................................ 2-22
2-7. Replacement of DC Fan ............................................................................ 2-23
2-8. Replacement of Main Parts on Control Panel ........................................... 2-23
2-8-1. Replacement of Fader Assembly ............................................. 2-23
2-8-2. Replacement of Rotary Encoder .............................................. 2-24
2-8-3. Replacement of Joystick .......................................................... 2-25
2-8-4. Replacement of Vacuum Fluorescent Display ......................... 2-25
2-9. Fuse/IC Link Replacement ........................................................................ 2-26
2-10. Switch, Indicators, and Volume Controls on Board ................................. 2-27
2-10-1. Control Panel ............................................................................ 2-27
2-10-2. Processor .................................................................................. 2-28
2-11. Error Indication ......................................................................................... 2-41
2-12. Periodic Inspection .................................................................................... 2-42
2-12-1. Periodic Replacement Parts ...................................................... 2-42
2-12-2. Filter Cleaning .......................................................................... 2-42
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2-13. Fixtures/Measuring Instruments ................................................................ 2-42
2-13-1. Fixtures ..................................................................................... 2-42
2-13-2. How to Use Extension Board ................................................... 2-43
2-13-3. Measuring Instruments ............................................................. 2-43
3. Self-diagnosis
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
Confirmation of Version ............................................................................. 3-2
3-1-1. Execution .................................................................................... 3-2
3-1-2. Viewing the Version .................................................................. 3-3
Check Mode ................................................................................................ 3-3
3-2-1. Activation and Termination ....................................................... 3-3
3-2-2. Basic Operation .......................................................................... 3-4
3-2-3. Checking .................................................................................... 3-5
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................... 3-9
4. Electrical Alignment
4-1.
4-2.
4-3.
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Adjustment Sequence .................................................................................. 4-1
Preparation for Adjustment ......................................................................... 4-4
OPM-39/39P Board Adjustment ................................................................. 4-5
4-3-1. +5 V DC Voltage Adjustment ................................................... 4-5
4-3-2. +3.3 V DC Voltage Adjustment ................................................ 4-5
4-3-3. SDI VCO Free-running Frequency Adjustment ........................ 4-6
4-3-4. PGM OUT Component Y Gain Adjustment .............................. 4-7
4-3-5. PGM OUT Component R-Y Gain Adjustment .......................... 4-8
4-3-6. PGM OUT Component B-Y Gain Adjustment .......................... 4-9
4-3-7. PGM OUT Component Y/C Delay Adjustment ...................... 4-10
4-3-8. Composite SC Leak Balance Adjustment ................................ 4-11
4-3-9. Composite Y Gain Adjustment ................................................ 4-12
4-3-10. Composite Modulation AXIS Adjustment ............................... 4-13
4-3-11. Composite Y/C Delay Adjustment........................................... 4-15
4-3-12. Composite C Gain Adjustment ................................................ 4-16
4-3-13. Composite Burst Balance Adjustment (For PAL only) ........... 4-18
4-3-14. Composite Burst Level Adjustment ......................................... 4-19
4-3-15. S VIDEO Y Gain Adjustment .................................................. 4-20
4-3-16. S VIDEO C Gain Adjustment .................................................. 4-21
4-3-17. Black Burst OUT SC Leak Balance Adjustment ..................... 4-22
4-3-18. Black Burst OUT Burst Balance Adjustment
(For PAL only) ......................................................................... 4-23
4-3-19. Black Burst OUT SC Phase Adjustment .................................. 4-24
4-3-20. Black Burst OUT SYNC Level Adjustment ............................ 4-26
4-3-21. Black Burst OUT Burst Level Adjustment .............................. 4-27
4-3-22. INT SC Frequency Adjustment ................................................ 4-28
4-3-23. INT SCH Phase Adjustment .................................................... 4-29
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4-5.
4-6.
4-7.
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4-3-24. INT Black Burst OUT SCH Phase Adjustment ....................... 4-31
4-3-25. Preread ON PGM OUT SCH Phase Adjustment
(For PAL only) ......................................................................... 4-33
4-3-26. Preread ON PGM OUT Burst Start Adjustment
(For PAL only) ......................................................................... 4-34
4-3-27. GEN Lock H Phase Adjustment .............................................. 4-35
4-3-28. GEN Lock SC Phase Adjustment ............................................ 4-36
4-3-29. PVW OUT Video Gain Adjustment ........................................ 4-38
4-3-30. DSK EXT Key Clamp Level Adjustment ................................ 4-39
4-3-31. DSK EXT Key Gain Adjustment ............................................. 4-40
IPM-96/96P Board Adjustment ................................................................. 4-41
4-4-1. SDI VCO Free-running Frequency Adjustment ...................... 4-41
4-4-2. Component Y Level Adjustment ............................................. 4-42
4-4-3. Component Chroma Level Adjustment ................................... 4-43
4-4-4. Input Y/C Delay Adjustment ................................................... 4-45
4-4-5. Video Input Phase Adjustment................................................. 4-46
4-4-6. RGB Converted Y Level Adjustment ...................................... 4-47
4-4-7. RGB Converted Chroma Level Adjustment ............................ 4-48
VIF-19/19P Board Adjustment ................................................................. 4-50
4-5-1. Composite Y Level Adjustment ............................................... 4-50
4-5-2. S VIDEO Clamp DC Level Adjustment .................................. 4-52
4-5-3. SYNC Separate Adjustment ..................................................... 4-54
4-5-4. H Lock Loop Adjustment ......................................................... 4-55
4-5-5. Burst Delay Adjustment ........................................................... 4-57
4-5-6. Composite Input Y Gain Adjustment ....................................... 4-59
4-5-7. Composite Input Chroma Level Adjustment ........................... 4-61
4-5-8. S VIDEO Input Gain Adjustment ............................................ 4-63
4-5-9. Composite Input Y/C Delay Adjustment ................................. 4-65
4-5-10. S VIDEO Input Y/C Delay Adjustment ................................... 4-69
4-5-11. Video Input Phase Adjustment................................................. 4-73
VIF-20/20P Board Adjustment ................................................................. 4-74
4-6-1. SDI VCO Free-running Frequency Adjustment ...................... 4-74
4-6-2. Component Y Level Adjustment ............................................. 4-75
4-6-3. Component Chroma Level Adjustment ................................... 4-76
4-6-4. Input Y/C Delay Adjustment ................................................... 4-78
4-6-5. Video Input Phase Adjustment................................................. 4-79
Adjusting the Power Supply Voltage ........................................................ 4-80
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Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual
This manual is the service manual Vol.1 of the DME Switcher DFS-700/700P and
their optional boards.
The service manuals (Vol.1 and Vol.2) are intended for use by trained system and
service engineers, and describes the information on installing, maintenance, and
detailed service.
This manual (Vol.1) describes the operating instructions, service overviews,
diagnosis, and electrical alignment.
Related manuals
Besides this Service Manual Vol.1, the following manuals are available for the
DFS-700/700P.
. Service Manual Vol.2
Part No. 9-967-898-01 (for J, UC, CE)
Contains the spare parts, semiconductor pin assingments, block diagrams,
schematic diagrams, and board layouts.
. “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM (available on request)
This “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM allows you to search for
semiconductors used in Communication System Solutions Network Company equipment.
Semiconductors that cannot be searched for on this CD-ROM are listed in the service
manual for the corresponding unit. The service manual contains a complete list of all
semiconductors and their ID Nos., and thus should be used together with the CD-ROM.
Part number: 9-968-546-XX
Contents
This manual is organized by following sections.
Section 1 Operating Instructions
This section describes the Operation Manual supplied with the DFS-700/700P.
Section 2 Service Overview
This section explains the information that is required for installing (the operating
conditions, power supply and power cords, installaion of the optional board, rack
mounting, adaptive connectors), outline of the board circuit, replacement of the parts,
switch setting on the board, error indication, and tools and adjustment equipment.
Section 3 Self-diagnosis
This section explains the activation (termination) of the check mode in this unit, the
basic operation, and the check method.
Section 4 Electrical Alignment
This section explains the adjustment of the OPM-39, IPM-69, VIF-19,
and VIF-20 boards.
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DFS-700/700P
3-203-834-11(1)
DFS-700/700P
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
 2000 Sony Corporation
1-1
This section is extracted
from operation manual.
DFS-700/700P
Section 1
Operating Instructions
DME Switcher
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Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located in the rear.
Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer
to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding
this product.
Model No.
Serial No.
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
expose the unit to rain or moisture.
For customers in the USA (DFS-700 only)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your authority
to operate this equipment.
The shielded interface cable recommended in this manual
must be used with this equipment in order to comply with the
limits for a digital device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of
FCC Rules.
Caution
Television prograrms, films, video tapes and other materials
may be copyrighted.
Unauthorized recording of such material may be contrary to
the provisions of the copyright laws.
For the customers in Europe (DFS-700P only)
This product with the CE marking complies with both the
EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive
(73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European
Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the
following European standards:
• EN60950: Product Safety
• EN55103-1: Electromagnetic Interference (Emission)
• EN55103-2: Electromagnetic Susceptibility (Immunity)
This product is intended for use in the following
Electromagnetic Environment(s):
E1 (residential), E2 (commercial and light industrial), E3
(urban outdoors) and E4 (controlled EMC environment, ex.
TV studio).
Chapter 1
Overview
Features of This System ................................................1-1
Option Boards ................................................................1-3
Chapter 2
Location and
Function of Parts
and Controls
Control Panel ................................................................. 2-1
Processor Unit ..............................................................2-13
Front Panel ..................................................................... 2-13
Rear Panel ...................................................................... 2-13
Chapter 3
Basic Operation
DME Switcher Introduction .......................................... 3-1
Sequence of Operations .................................................... 3-1
Example Operation (1): Wipe........................................... 3-2
Example Operation (2): Picture-in-Picture ...................... 3-5
Demonstration .................................................................. 3-8
Using the Menus ............................................................. 3-10
Selecting Images ......................................................... 3-12
Background Image and Foreground Image .................... 3-12
Selecting Signals Output to the Auxiliary Bus ............... 3-16
Selecting an Effect .......................................................3-17
Types of Effect ............................................................... 3-17
Example Effects ............................................................. 3-18
Selection in Direct Pattern Selection Mode ................... 3-23
Selection in Pattern Number Specification Mode .......... 3-24
Modifying the Boundary — Border, Soft Edge,
Beveled Edge, and Crop .....................................3-26
Changing the Pattern Position and Size —
Location (X)(Y)(Z) ................................................3-29
Modifying the Pattern — User Modifiable Effects .....3-31
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Chapter 3
Basic Operation
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Chapter 5
Inserting Characters and Graphics (1) — Title Key ...3-33
Luminance Key .............................................................. 3-33
Chroma Keying .............................................................. 3-36
Control From
Editing Control
Units
A/B Roll Editing ............................................................... 5-3
Control From the BVE-600............................................ 5-5
Preparations ...................................................................... 5-5
Setting Up a Transition ................................................3-51
A/B Roll Editing ............................................................... 5-6
Setting the Transition Time ............................................ 3-51
Control From the BVE-900/2000 Series ........................5-8
Setting the Transition Direction ..................................... 3-52
Preparations ...................................................................... 5-9
Executing an Effect ......................................................3-54
Notes on Operation......................................................... 5-10
Adjusting Color Mattes ................................................3-57
Control Using GPI Signals ......................................... 5-11
Adjusting Image Colors — Color Correction .............3-59
Preparations .................................................................... 5-11
Freezing an Input Image — Frame Memory
Function ...............................................................3-61
A/B Roll Editing ............................................................. 5-12
Turning a Downstream Key On and Off ........................ 5-13
Preread Editing .............................................................5-14
Chapter 6
Changing Direct Pattern Assignments........................ 4-1
User Program Effects ................................................... 4-3
Constructing a User Program Effect ................................ 4-3
Types of User Program Effect .......................................... 4-4
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Cut Editing ....................................................................... 5-2
Inserting Characters and Graphics (2) —
Downstream Key ................................................ 3-45
Chapter 4
4
Preparations ...................................................................... 5-2
Masking Part of a Title Key ............................................ 3-44
Fade-to-Black................................................................3-63
Advanced
Operations
Control From the PVE-500 ............................................ 5-1
System
Connections
and Settings
Basic System Connections .......................................... 6-2
Key Signal Connections ................................................6-3
System Connections for Preread Editing ................... 6-4
Connections for an A/B Roll Editing System ..............6-5
Modification Parameters .................................................. 4-5
Setup Menu Settings ......................................................6-7
Creating New User Program Effects .............................. 4-10
Setup Menu Organization ................................................. 6-7
Editing User Program Effects......................................... 4-12
System Setup (page 1/8) ................................................... 6-7
Executing User Program Effects .................................... 4-18
System Information Display (page 2/8) ........................... 6-8
Deleting All User Program Effects ................................. 4-19
Input Video Setup (page 3/8) ............................................ 6-8
Snapshots .....................................................................4-20
Output Video Setup (page 4/8) ......................................... 6-9
Saving a Snapshot .......................................................... 4-21
Control Panel Setup (page 5/8) ...................................... 6-10
Recalling a Snapshot ...................................................... 4-22
Initializing User Settings (page 6/8) ............................... 6-10
Snapshot Demonstration ................................................ 4-23
Loading User Settings From Memory (page 7/8) .......... 6-10
Reinitializing the Snapshots ........................................... 4-24
Saving User Settings in Memory (page 8/8) .................. 6-10
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Chapter
Appendixes
1
Warning Messages ........................................................ A-1
Effect Type List .............................................................. A-3
Overview
Effect Control Parameter List ....................................... A-5
Effect Motion Types ..................................................... A-21
Effect Pattern Variant Forms and Decorations ......... A-22
Effect Pattern Image List ............................................ A-29
To Exchange the Button Labels ................................. A-63
Specifications .............................................................. A-64
Glossary ....................................................................... A-66
Features of This System
Index .................................................................................I-1
The Sony DFS-700/700P DME Switcher is a Digital
Multi Effects system, offering high-performance
effects at high image quality. The system consists of a
processor unit and control panel.
Support for fully digital component
systems with SDI inputs and outputs
This system provides SDI interfaces as standard
equipment. This allows it to be incorporated in fully
digital linear editing systems using DVCAM-series,
Betacam SX-series, and other digital VCRs.
Advanced special effects
This system is equipped with advanced special effects,
including trail, lighting effects, ripple, swirl, and
explosion.
Installing the optional BKDF-711 board adds a second
DME channel, and the optional BKDF-712 board
enables 3D mapping effects to be used.
For details of option boards, see page 1-3.
Support for wide range of input/output
signal formats
• There are eight inputs as standard (VIDEO INPUT 1
to 8).
VIDEO INPUT 1 to 4: SDI (serial digital interface)
signals
VIDEO INPUT 5 to 8: analog component signals.
VIDEO INPUT 8 can also be used as an analog
RGB signal input.
Installing the optional BKDF-701 board allows all
eight inputs to be used as either SDI or analog
component inputs.
Installing the optional BKDF-702/702P board allows
four inputs to be used as either Y/C (S-video) or
analog composite inputs.
For details of option boards, see page 1-3.
• The standard outputs are two each of SDI, analog
component, analog composite, and Y/C, for a total of
eight outputs.
Comprehensive title key functions
Luminance keys, chroma keys, and downstream keys
are all provided as standard functions.
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Chapter 1 Overview
1-1
DFS-700/700P
Option Boards
Features of This System
Interfacing with editors
A YUV color correction function is provided for white
balance adjustment and general color adjustment.
This system is equipped with I/O interfaces for two
sets of control signals, allowing operation together
with various editing control units.
• Nine-pin interface connector (one input/output):
for A/B roll editing (two players, one recorder)
together with a PVE-500, BVE-2000 series, or other
editing control unit
• GPI (General Purpose Interface) and trigger
signal connectors (two inputs): for control from
external equipment not fitted with the 9-pin interface
User program effect and snapshot
function
• User program effects: This system has a large
number of built-in effects, but also allows the user to
create original effects, and save them in memory, for
execution in the same way as the built-in effects. Up
to twenty user program effect patterns, both linear
and nonlinear, can be saved.
• Snapshot function: The processor unit includes
snapshot registers 0 to 99, each of which can hold a
snapshot of the control panel settings. These can then
be recalled as required.
Aspect ratio selection
In the setup menu it is possible to select either 4:3 or
16:9 as the screen aspect ratio.
Easy operation for live broadcasting
The following features make this system suitable for
live broadcasting from CATV studios and so on.
• Fully-equipped control panel offers easy operability
for signal selection and transition setting.
• Parallel tally output and preview output supplied as
standard
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Chapter 1 Overview
This system also supports the background through
mode. If connected to a recorder VCR with a preread
function, A/B roll editing with a minimum of two
VCRs is possible. (In background through mode, the
delay to the signal selected on the background bus of
this system is 4H. Note that there are restrictions on
the effect patterns that can be used for preread editing.)
The DFS-700/700P system has the following option
boards.
BKDF-701 SDI and Component Input
Board
When this board is installed, it allows all eight video
inputs to be used as either SDI or analog component
inputs. When using this board, you can select the types
of the optional inputs individually, using the setup
menu.
BKDF-711 2nd Channel DME Board
This board provides a second DME channel, enabling
two-picture box, two-picture brick, and other effects.
BKDF-712 3D Video Mapping Effects
Board
This board provides 3D mapping effects, including 3D
page turn, 3D beveled edge, and other effects.
BKDF-702/702P Y/C and Composite Input
Board
When this board is installed, it allows four video
inputs to be used as either Y/C (S-video) or analog
composite inputs. When using this board, you can
select the types of the optional inputs individually,
using the setup menu.
External synchronizing connectors for
higher editing precision
The system is provided with black burst outputs for
synchronizing other connected devices, and a genlock
input for synchronization to an external signal. This
allows more precise editing.
Rack mounting
The processor unit can be mounted in an EIA standard
19-inch rack.
Chapter 1 Overview
1-3
Chapter 1 Overview
Chapter 1 Overview
Color correction function
1-6
Chapter
2
Location and Function
of Parts and Controls
Control Panel
This section describes the control panel, which is
divided into several sections, as shown below. See the
page numbers shown in parenthesis for more details.
Note
If you make an error in operation, a warning sound
may occur. You can switch off this audible warning
(see page 6-10).
6 EDITOR and GPI buttons (see page 2-7)
7 Menu control section (see page 2-7)
9 User program section (see page 2-11)
8 Effect control section
(see page 2-10)
q; Snapshot section (see page 2-11)
qs 25-pin
connector (see
qa Location section (see page 2-12)
page 2-12)
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
1
2
3
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
2 Primary cross-point bus section (see page 2-3)
1 Delegation section (see page 2-2)
0
DOWN
UP
RST
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
5 Fade-to-black
and DSK section
(see page 2-6)
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
4 Pattern/numeric keypad (see page 2-5)
3 Effect transition section (see page 2-4)
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Chapter 2 Location and Function of Parts and Controls
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DFS-700/700P
Control Panel
1 Delegation section
2 Primary cross-point bus section
3 Frame memory buttons
BACKGROUND
1 BACKGROUND bus buttons
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
1 Delegation buttons
CCR
AUXILIARY
2 AUXILIARY buttons
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY FRAME
FREEZ
FOREGROUND
2 FOREGROUND bus buttons
BLACK
1
2
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Chapter 2 Location and Function of Parts and Controls
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
2 AUXILIARY buttons
Select the input signal to be assigned to the function
selected with a delegation button.
Select from the following buttons.
BLACK button: Black burst signal generated by the
internal synchronizing signal generator in this unit
Buttons 1 to 8: Signals input to the VIDEO INPUT 1
to 8 connectors on the rear panel of the processor
unit. You can set the assignment of buttons to
input connectors in the setup menu.
MEMORY button: Signal recorded in frame
memory
INT (internal) VIDEO button: Signal generated by
the internal video signal generator
3 Frame memory buttons
FREEZ button: To capture the input signal selected
by the MEMORY button in the delegation buttons
(excluding the frame memory output signal) as a
freeze image in frame memory, press this button,
turning it on.
Press once more to end the freeze, turning it off.
FRAME button: Select whether to capture a frame
or a field with the FREEZ button. Press this
button, turning it on, to freeze a frame; when the
button is off a field is captured.
When capturing fields, you can select in the setup
menu whether to capture an odd or an even field.
BLACK
1
1 BACKGROUND bus buttons
Select the image to form the background for an effect.
Select from the following buttons.
BLACK button: Select the black burst signal
generated by the internal synchronizing signal
generator in this unit.
Buttons 1 to 8: Signals input to the VIDEO INPUT 1
to 8 connectors on the rear panel of the processor
unit. Press a button, turning it on, to select the
corresponding signal.
You can set the assignment of buttons to input
connectors in the setup menu.
MEMORY button: Select the signal recorded in
frame memory.
INT (internal) VIDEO button: Select the internal
video signal selected by pressing the MATTES
button in the menu control section. If you hold
down this button and press the DOWN and UP
buttons in the pattern/numeric keypad, the
selected video signal pattern changes.
When the signal on the background bus is output from
the PGM OUT connector on the rear panel of the
processor unit, the button which has been pressed
lights red.
2 FOREGROUND bus buttons
Select the image to form the foreground for an effect
(or the “new” video in a transition).
The functions of the buttons are the same as in the
BACKGROUND bus buttons.
When the signal on the foreground bus is output from
the PGM OUT connector on the rear panel of the
processor unit, the button which has been pressed
lights red. If the signal is not output, the button pressed
lights amber.
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1 Delegation buttons
Use these buttons to delegate the input signal
corresponding to the selected AUXILIARY button to
the corresponding function. Pressing one of these
buttons lights it, and the corresponding AUXILIARY
button also lights. Any other previously lit delegation
button goes off.
CCR (color corrector) button: Signal for color
correction
TITLE 1 SOURCE button: Title 1 source signal for
inserting characters and graphics using a title key
TITLE 2 SOURCE button: Title 2 source signal for
inserting characters and graphics using a title key
(only available when the optional BKDF-711 2nd
Channel DME Board is installed)
DSK (downstream keyer) FILL button: Fill signal
for the downstream keyer
SUPER BG (background) button: Background
image for 3D effects
FRGD (foreground) 2 button: One of the
foreground images for 3D effects
MEMORY button: Signal captured in frame
memory
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DSK
FILL
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9 N/R (normal/reverse) button
To carry out an effect in normal/reverse (i.e.
alternating) mode, press this button, turning it on. It
lights automatically for animation effects and title
keys.
3 Effect transition section
2 Display window mode indicators
3 SET button
1 TRANS RATE display window
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
9 N/R button
SET
4 MIX button
q; REV button
MIX
EFFECT
N/R
REV
5 EFFECT button
6 TITLE button
CUT
7 CUT button
8 AUTO TRANS button
AUTO
TRANS
qs Fader lever stiffness
adjusting screw
qa Fader lever
Move this to carry out an effect transition manually.
3 SET button
To set the transition time for an effect, downstream
key, or fade-to-black, press this button, turning it on.
While it is lit, each time you press, the display window
mode indicators change. To set the transition time
corresponding to the display of the display window
mode indicators, enter the value using the pattern/
numeric keypad.
4 MIX button
To carry out the next transition without applying an
effect pattern, but as a mix, press this button, turning it
on.
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PATTERN NUMBER
SET
3 DIRECT RECALL button
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
2 SET
button
4 DIRECT
PATTERN
button
LAST X
7
8
9
4
5
6
INS
DEL
P IN P
1
2
3
RST
5 PATTERN/
KEY PAD
buttons
qd Transition indicator
Note
2 Display window mode indicators
These indicate the kind of transition time shown in the
TRANS RATE display window.
EFFECT: Transition time of an effect
DSK: Transition time of a downstream key
FTB: Transition time of a fade-to-black
1 PATTERN NUMBER
display window
qa Fader lever
After powering the system on, move the fader lever to
the end of its travel once in each direction. This
ensures that the fader lever will function correctly.
1 TRANS (transition) RATE display window
This shows the transition time for effects, downstream
keys, and fade-to-black, in units of frames. While you
are entering a time, the dot at the lower right of each
numeral lights.
This is used for effect pattern selection, transition time
setting, and other data entry.
5 EFFECT button
To carry out the next transition with an effect pattern
applied, press this button, turning it on.
6 TITLE button
To carry out an effect or a mix in title mode, press this
button, turning it on. The title keying is carried out,
inserting the characters and graphics with the effect
pattern and transition settings applied.
7 CUT button
Press this button to carry out an instantaneous
transition.
8 AUTO TRANS (automatic transition) button
Press this button to carry out an effect automatically.
When you press this button, the effect is carried out
automatically, with the transition time which has been
set. During the transition this button is lit. Pressing this
button during the transition pauses it. Press the button
once more to resume the transition.
If you set the fader lever to an intermediate position
and press this button, the transition pauses at the
position corresponding to the fader lever position.
qs Fader lever stiffness adjusting screw
Turn this screw with a miniature Phillips screwdriver
to adjust the fader lever stiffness. Turn clockwise to
make the fader lever harder to move, and
counterclockwise to make it easier to move.
qd Transition indicator
This indicator consisting of 20 LEDs shows the
progress of an effect transition.
0
DOWN
UP
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
1 PATTERN NUMBER display window
This shows an effect pattern number.
While you are entering a pattern number, the dot at the
lower right of each numeral lights.
2 SET button
Press this button, turning it on, to enter the pattern
number specification mode. In this mode, you can use
the PATTERN/KEY PAD buttons to specify an effect
pattern number.
Press this button once more, turning it off, to return to
the direct pattern selection mode.
3 DIRECT RECALL button
Press this button, turning it on, to enter the direct recall
mode. In this mode, pressing one of the PATTERN/
KEY PAD buttons 0 to 9 recalls the corresponding
snapshot 0 to 9.
4 DIRECT PATTERN button
Press this button, turning it on, to enter the direct
pattern selection mode. In this mode, you can use the
PATTERN/KEY PAD buttons (0 to 9 and P IN P/
RST) to directly select the assigned effect patterns.
When the system is powered on, and after exiting any
other operating mode, it automatically switches to
direct pattern selection mode.
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TITLE
q; REV (reverse) button
To carry out an effect in the reverse direction, press
this button, turning it on.
For an effect for which normal/reverse (alternating)
operation is possible, once the effect is carried out, the
direction is automatically reversed. After an effect is
carried out in the normal (i.e. forward) direction, this
button lights. After an effect is carried out in the
reverse direction, this button goes off.
4 Pattern/numeric keypad
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5 PATTERN/KEY PAD buttons
These function as shown in the following table,
according to the selected mode.
Changing labels
You can change the labels on the buttons, using the
supplied labels.
For details of how to change the labels, see page A-63.
Functions of the PATTERN/KEY PAD buttons
Mode
Button
0 to 9
PATTERN
Select the
pattern shown
on the button.a)
Set the pattern
number.
Set the
transition time.
–
–
–
–
Add a key
frame.
TRANS
USER PGM
–
P IN P/RST
Select the
pattern shown
on the button.a)
Increment the
Increment the
Increment the
pattern number. pattern number. transition time
by one frame.
Decrement the Decrement the Decrement the
pattern number. pattern number. transition time
by one frame.
DOWN
ENTER
–
Delete the last
character
entered.
Reset the input
value.
Confirm the
input value.
Delete the last
character
entered.
Reset the input
value.
Confirm the
input value.
–: Not used
a) For the pattern allocation, see pages 3-18 to 3-20.
5 Fade-to-black and DSK section
1 DSK PVW button
DSK PVW
2 FADE TO BLACK button
3 DSK button
1-9
2-6
FADE
TO
BLACK
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Specify a
snapshot
number.
Recall one of
snapshots 0 to 9.
Return to the state
before recalling a
snapshot. (Press
LAST X while
holding down the
ENTER button.)
Initialize the
parameters.
Return to the
state before
recalling a
snapshot.
(Press LAST X
while holding
down the
ENTER button.)
Delete the last
character
entered.
Reset the input
value.
Increment the
key frame
number.
Decrement the
key frame
number.
Increment the
snapshot
number.
Decrement the
snapshot
number.
Delete a key
frame.
Change the key Confirm the
frame.
input value.
6 SET UP
button SET UP
5 SHIFT
button
1 EDITOR button
EDITOR
Increment the
snapshot number.
Decrement the
snapshot number.
Return to the state
before recalling a
snapshot. (Press
LAST X while
holding down the
ENTER button.)
1 DSK PVW (downstream keyer preview) button
When this button is pressed, turning it on, the program
output video is output from the preview output
connectors with the downstream key inserted.
2 FADE TO BLACK button
Press this button, turning it on, to change the entire
program output video to a preset color (factory default:
black). To set the color, press the MATTES button in
the menu control section, and display the setting menu
in the effect control section ((F1) SELECT-FTB).
By pressing the SET button in the effect transition
section, you can set the fade-to-black transition time.
LUM
CRK
CRK
MASK
MASK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SHIFT
CCR
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
3 EDGE
section
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
4 CCR, LIGHTING, and
MATTES buttons
2 GPI button
GPI
–
–
LUM
DSK
1 TITLE section
DIRECT RECALL
6 EDITOR and GPI buttons
DEL
UP
SNAP SHOT
2 DSK section
1 TITLE 2
1 EDITOR button
Press this button, turning it on, to accept control from
an external editor connected to the EDITOR connector
on the rear panel of the processor unit.
Press this button once again to turn it off; control is no
longer accepted from the external editor.
2 GPI button
Press this button, turning it on, to accept GPI signals
input to the GPI/T 1 and 2 connectors on the rear panel
of the processor unit.
Press this button once again to turn it off; GPI signals
are no longer accepted.
7 Menu control section
For various effect settings, you press a particular
button in the menu control section, to display a setting
menu in the effect control section. Some buttons toggle
on and off when pressed: in this case the
corresponding effect is disabled when the button is off.
Displaying the menu for a button already lit
Hold down the SHIFT button and press the button
again. This leaves the button lit (and the effect
enabled), while bringing up the menu in the effect
control section. For the LUM and CRK buttons in the
TITLE section, it is not necessary to hold down the
SHIFT button.
1 TITLE section
The title key function allows you to superimpose
characters or graphics by cutting out part of the
foreground video with a key source signal, and
applying the effect to the background video.
There are two ways of using the key source signal: as a
luminance key depending only on image intensity, or
as a chroma key, based on a particular color.
Using the buttons in columns 1 and 2 of the TITLE
section, you can insert two title keys (TITLE 2
requires the optional BKDF-711 board to be installed).
To insert a title key, press the TITLE button in the
effect transition section.
The TITLE 1 and TITLE 2 buttons include the
following.
CRK (chroma key) button: Press this to use a
chroma key to cut out the image. When pressed,
this button lights, and portions of the foreground
image of the designated color are cut out as the
key source signal. When this button is lit, the
LUM button is off.
You can carry out chroma keying simply, using
the auto chroma key function.
LUM (luminance) button: Press this to use a
luminance key to cut out the image. When
pressed, this button lights, and portions of the
foreground image are cut out based on the
luminance level. When this button is lit, the CRK
button is off.
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LAST X/INS
DIRECT
PATTERN
3 DSK (downstream keyer) button
Press this button, turning it on, to insert the
downstream key set by the DSK section buttons in the
menu control section into the program output video.
By pressing the SET button in the effect transition
section, you can set the downstream key transition
time.
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MASK button: Press this button to mask off a part
of the key source signal. When you press this
button, it lights, and the system is now in mask
mode, and you can select a rectangular mask in
the effect control section. Normally, the area
outside the mask rectangle is the area which is
masked. To invert the mask, so that the area inside
the rectangle is masked, set INVERT (F5) to ON
in the effect control section.
Press the button once more to turn it off and end
mask mode.
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4 CCR, LIGHTING, and MATTES buttons
CCR (color corrector) button: Press this button to
use the color corrector. When you press this
button, it lights, and you can adjust the color
corrector settings in the effect control section.
Press the button once more to turn it off and exit
the color corrector.
LIGHTING button: Press this button to apply
lighting effects to the foreground image. When
you press this button, it lights, and you can adjust
the lighting settings in the effect control section.
Press the button once more to turn it off and
remove the lighting effect.
MATTES button: By pressing this button, you can
carry out various matte adjustments, matte copies,
and internal video signal selections in the effect
control section.
5 SHIFT button
When a button in the menu control section is lit, but
the corresponding menu is not displayed in the effect
control section, hold down the SHIFT button and press
the lit button. This brings up the menu, without
interrupting the function selection, and leaving the
button lit.
This applies to the following buttons:
• MASK buttons in the TITLE section
• BORDER and MASK buttons in the DSK section
• TRAIL SHADOW, BEVELD EDGE, SOFT, and
BORDER buttons in the EDGE section
• CCR button and LIGHTING button
6 SET UP button
To access the setup menus for system and control
panel settings, press this button. The setup menu
appears in the effect control section.
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2 DSK (downstream keyer) section
Using a downstream key, you can add characters or
graphics to an image to which an effect has already
been applied. Unlike a title key, you can add this to an
image with a foreground and background
superimposed. To insert a downstream key, press the
DSK button in the fade-to-black and DSK section.
LUM (luminance) button: Press this to display a
menu in the effect control section for adding a key
based on the luminance level of an input signal. In
the effect control section you can select the input
signal to the DSK KEY IN connector on the rear
panel or the input signal selected by the DSK
FILL button in the delegation section as the key
source signal.
BORDER button: Press this button to apply a border
to the characters and graphics inserted as a
downstream key. When you press this button, it
lights, and you can adjust the border settings in the
effect control section.
Press the button once more to turn it off, and
remove the border.
MASK button: Press this button to mask unwanted
parts of the characters and graphics inserted as a
downstream key. When you press this button, it
lights, and the system is now in mask mode, and
you can select a rectangular mask in the effect
control section. Normally, the area outside the
mask rectangle is the area which is masked. To
invert the mask, so that the area inside the
rectangle is masked, set INVERT (F5) to ON in
the effect control section.
Press the button once more to turn it off and end
mask mode.
3 EDGE section
This controls the edge effects applied to the boundary
between the foreground and background images.
TRAIL SHADOW button: Press this button to
apply a trail, drop border, or shadow effect. When
you press this button, it lights, and you can select
and adjust the effect in the effect control section.
• Trail: The foreground pattern leaves a trail of
afterimages.
• Drop border: This applies a border in the
background of the foreground image.
• Shadow: This applies a shadow behind the
foreground image.
Press the button once more to turn it off and
remove the edge effect.
BEVELD (beveled) EDGE button: Press this button
to apply a three-dimensional beveled effect to the
boundary between the foreground and background
images. When you press this button, it lights, and
you can adjust the beveled edge settings in the
effect control section.
Press the button once more to turn it off and
remove the beveled edge effect.
SOFT button: Press this button to soften the
boundary between the foreground and background
images. When you press this button, it lights, and
you can adjust the degree of softness in the effect
control section.
Press the button once more to turn it off and
remove the soft edge effect.
BORDER button: Press this button to apply a border
to the boundary between the foreground and
background images. When you press this button, it
lights, and you can adjust the border settings in the
effect control section.
Press the button once more to turn it off and
remove the border.
Adjusting the cropping: To adjust the cropping, use
the second page (CROP) of the adjustment menu
for beveled edge, soft edge, or border.
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• Changing a setting value preceded by “+” (setup
menu operations)
Hold down the corresponding F button (F1 to F5),
and turn the control knob.
• Changing a setting value followed by “+” (user
program effect setting operations)
Hold down the corresponding F button (F1 to F5),
and enter the numeric value using the numeric
keypad.
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1 Menu display
q; Snapshot section
SNAP SHOT
1 SNAP SHOT number display
2 LEARN button
LEARN
3 RECALL button
RECALL
INITIAL
3 PAGE button
4 PATTERN ADJ button
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
2 EDIT display
6 F1 to F5 buttons
1 Menu display
This shows system and effect settings. Watch this
display while checking and adjusting the settings.
Menu name or pattern number
Settings
INIT SETUP--SNAP--USRPGM--KEYPAD EXEC
6/8 OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Setting values (ON/OFF or parameter values)
Menu page
2 INITIAL button
This returns settings to their factory defaults.
• To return a selected setting to its factory default
Hold down the INITIAL button, and press the
corresponding F button (F1 to F5).
• To return all settings on the selected page to their
factory defaults
Hold down the INITIAL button, and press the PAGE
button.
• To return all settings on all pages of the currently
selected menu to their factory defaults (not valid
in setup menu or matte menu)
Hold down the INITIAL button, and press the
PATTERN ADJ button.
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3 PAGE button
Press this button to move to the next page of a menu.
Pressing this button on the last page of a menu returns
to the first page.
Holding down the SHIFT button in the menu control
section and pressing this button moves to the previous
menu.
4 PATTERN ADJ (adjust) button
Press this button to adjust the settings for the pattern
number displayed in the PATTERN NUMBER display
window.
This displays the settings for the pattern in the effect
control section.
5 Control knobs
These correspond to the five settings shown in the
menu display. Turn the corresponding knob to adjust a
setting.
6 F1 to F5 buttons
These correspond to the five settings shown in the
menu display.
Press the corresponding button to select a setting, or
toggle it on and off.
HOLD
INPUT
STATUS EDIT
F5
3 EDIT button
5 Control knobs
2-10
4 HOLD INPUT button
USER PGM
1 STATUS display
EDIT
1 STATUS display
When a user program effect is selected, this shows the
number of key frames comprising the effect.
(Maximum 8)
2 EDIT display
In the user program edit mode, this shows the key
frame number to which editing applies.
3 EDIT button
Press this button to edit a user program effect. When
you press this button, it lights, and the system enters
the user program edit mode.
Press the button once more to turn it off and exit the
user program edit mode.
1 SNAP SHOT number display
This shows a snapshot number (0 to 99). While you are
entering a number, the dot at the lower right of each
numeral lights.
2 LEARN button
Press this button to save the control panel settings as a
snapshot (learn function).
When you press this button, it lights, and the system
enters learn mode. Enter the snapshot number (0 to 99)
from the numeric keypad, and press the ENTER button
to save the control panel settings in the snapshot.
3 RECALL button
Press this button to recall settings saved as a snapshot.
When you press this button, it lights, and the system
enters recall mode. Enter the snapshot number (0 to
99) from the numeric keypad, and press the ENTER
button to recreate the control panel settings from the
snapshot on the control panel.
Note
If you press the EDIT button when an effect other than
a user program effect is selected, this does not switch
to user program edit mode.
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2 INITIAL button
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4 HOLD INPUT button
To hold the primary cross-point bus settings and the
auxiliary bus settings (signal selections) fixed when
recalling a snapshot, press this button. When you press
this button, it lights, and when you recall a snapshot,
the system is in the hold input mode. When you recall
a snapshot in this mode, all settings are recreated on
the control panel except those relating to the primary
cross-point bus and the auxiliary bus.
Press the button once more to turn it off and exit the
hold input mode.
Front Panel
qs 25-pin connector (rear panel)
Power indicator
Power switch
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Use the supplied 25-pin control cable to connect this to
the PANEL connector on the processor unit.
qa Location section
2 Joystick
3 Z-knob
LOCATION
Power switch and indicator
This powers the unit on and off. Press the “ ” side of
the switch to power on, and the “ ” side to power off.
When the power is on, the power indicator lights
amber.
1 LOCATION button
Rear Panel
1 LOCATION button
Press this button to use the joystick and Z-knob. When
you press this button, it lights, and enables the joystick
and Z-knob.
Press the button once more to disable the joystick and
Z-knob, and return the effect pattern to its default
position.
Holding down the INITIAL button while pressing this
button returns the setting to its default value.
2 Joystick
Use the joystick to position the effect pattern in the xand y-directions.
4 PANEL connector
1 PGM OUT connectors
5 TALLY connector
2 VIDEO INPUT connectors
3 EDITOR
connector
ANALOG I/O
DIGITAL I/O
PGM OUT
PGM OUT
COMPONENT
COMPOSITE
1
5
1
1
2
6
2
2
R-Y
R-Y
R-Y
7
3
PVW
B-Y
B-Y
B-Y
8
4
2
1
6 TERMINAL connector
PANEL
SDI INPUT
OPTION
VIDEO INPUT
COMPONENT/COMPOSITE
COMPONENT
(OPTION)
Y
8
7
6
5
Y/V 8/4
7/3
6/2
5/1
Y
TALLY
TERMINAL
EDITOR
CLEAN
OUT
S VIDEO
1
2
S VIDEO
8
7 (OPTION) 6
REF.VIDEO IN
GPI/T
5
ON
2
1
75Ω
OFF
BLACK BURST OUT
3
2
DSK KEY IN
AC IN
1
ON
75Ω
OFF
3 Z-knob
Turn the Z-knob to move an effect pattern in the depth
direction (the z-axis). With this you can change the
effective size of the pattern.
q; DSK KEY IN connectors
and 75Ω terminator
switch
9 BLACK BURST OUT 1 to 3
connectors
8 PVW connector
7 CLEAN OUT connector
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qf - AC IN connector
qd U terminal
qs GPI/T 1 and 2 connectors
qa REF. VIDEO IN connectors and 75Ω
terminator switch
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Processor Unit
2 VIDEO INPUT connectors
These input video camera and VTR (player) video
signals. The connectors are in four groups, as follows.
• SDI INPUT 1 to 4, (OPTION) 5 to 8 (BNC)
• COMPONENT 5/1, 6/2, 7/3, 8/4 (BNC)
• COMPONENT/COMPOSITE (OPTION) 5 to 8
(BNC)
• S VIDEO (OPTION) 5 to 8 (4-pin)
SDI INPUT 1 to 4, (OPTION) 5 to 8 (BNC-type)
Input serial digital signals (270 MHz).
Connectors 5 to 8 can only be used when the optional
BKDF-701 SDI and Component Input Board is
installed.
The input signals to these connectors must be
synchronized to this unit.
COMPONENT 5/1, 6/2, 7/3, 8/4 (BNC-type)
Input Betacam format component video signals.
Y: Input the luminance (Y) signal.
R–Y: Input the R–Y color difference signal.
B–Y: Input the B–Y color difference signal.
The input signals to these connectors must be
synchronized to this unit. Therefore, when inputing
from a VTR, the signal must come through a time base
corrector.
The 8/4 column of connectors can be changed to RGB
input connectors by a setup menu operation. In this
case, connect G (with sync), R, and B signals to Y, R–
Y, and B–Y respectively.
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When the optional BKDF-702/702P Y/C and
Composite Input Board is installed, you can select in
the setup menu whether to use the 5/1, 6/2, 7/3, and
8/4 connectors for component inputs 5 to 8 or
component inputs 1 to 4.
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COMPONENT/COMPOSITE (OPTION) 5 to 8
(BNC-type)
These connectors can be used by installing either of
the optional BKDF-701 and BKDF-702/702P boards.
When the BKDF-701 board is installed, connect
Betacam format component video signals. When the
BKDF-702/702P board is installed, connect composite
video signals. The signals can be input from a VTR
with no time base corrector. When using the BKDF701 to input signals from a VTR, they must come
through a time base corrector.
Connector Input signal for
BKDF-701
Input signal for
BKDF-702/702P
Y/V
Luminance (Y) signal Composite signal
R–Y
Color difference
signal (R–Y)
Not used
B–Y
Color difference
signal (B–Y)
Not used
S VIDEO (OPTION) 5 to 8 (4-pin)
Input S-video (Y/C separation) signals. These
connectors can only be used when the optional BKDF702/702P board is installed. The signals can be input
from a VTR with no time base corrector.
3 EDITOR connector (9-pin)
Use this connector when controlling this unit with an
editor (PVE-500, BVE-2000 series, or other editing
control unit). Using an optional 9-pin remote control
cable, connect to the 9-pin control connector of the
editor.
4 PANEL connector (25-pin)
With the supplied 25-pin control cable, connect to the
25-pin connector of the control panel.
5 TALLY connector (25-pin)
Tally signals are output from this connector when the
signal input to a VIDEO INPUT connector is selected
on the control panel. Connect to the input signal
sources (video cameras etc.). The outputs are relay
contact signals, with a capacity of 200 mA / 30 V.
6 TERMINAL connector (USB type B)
This is a USB interface connector. Use it when
connecting to a computer for a software version
upgrade.
7 CLEAN OUT connector (BNC-type)
Outputs serial digital signals (270 MHz). Using the
setup menu, you can select the output from the
following three signals.
CLEAN OUT: The program output signal, without
the downstream key inserted.
PVW OUT: The signal output is the same as the
program output after completion of the effect
transition. The title area can also be shown.
KEY OUT: This outputs a key signal corresponding
to the shape of a selected effect. Use it as the key
source input to another device.
8 PVW (preview) connector (BNC-type)
This is an analog composite preview output. The signal
output is the same as the program output after
completion of the effect transition. It is not possible to
include the title area.
9 BLACK BURST OUT 1 to 3 connectors (BNCtype)
These output the black burst signals generated by the
synchronizing signal generator internal to this unit.
When an external synchronizing signal is input to the
REF. VIDEO IN connectors, the black burst signal
output is locked to the external synchronizing signal.
Use the output from these connectors as a reference
synchronizing signal when synchronizing input signal
sources (character generators, etc.), or when
synchronizing this unit with a VTR or editor to
improve the precision of editing.
qa REF. (reference) VIDEO IN connectors (BNCtype) and 75Ω terminator switch
When using this unit synchronized to an external
signal, input the external reference signal (black burst).
When the 75Ω terminatior switch is in the OFF
position, the connectors provide a loop-through
connection; with the reference signal input to one
connector, the other provides the same reference signal
for another device. When not using the loop-through
output, the 75Ω terminatior switch must be in the ON
position.
qs GPI/T (GPI/trigger) 1 and 2 connectors (BNCtype)
Input external trigger signals. These are used when
controlling editing with GPI signals or an editor (BVE600).
qd U (ground) terminal
Connect this to ground as required.
qf - AC IN connector
With the supplied power cord, connect to the AC
supply.
q; DSK (downstream keyer) KEY IN connectors
(BNC-type) and 75 Ω terminator switch
Input the key source signal for a downstream key,
from a character generator or other device.
When the 75 Ω terminator switch is in the OFF
position, the connectors provide a loop-through
connection; with the key signal input to one connector,
the other provides the same key source signal to
another device. By connecting to an analog component
Y connector on this unit, you can use it as a title key
source.
When not using the loop-through output, the 75 Ω
terminatior switch must be in the ON position.
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Parts and Controls
Chapter 2 Location and Function of
Parts and Controls
1 PGM OUT (program output) connectors
These output the final program output, that is, the
video to which effects have been applied. Connect to
VTR (recorder) and program monitor video input
connectors. The following four types of output are
provided, each with two channels (1 and 2).
SDI (BNC): Output serial digital signals (270 MHz).
COMPOSITE (BNC): Output composite video
signals.
COMPONENT (BNC): Output Betacam format
component video signals (Y, R–Y, B–Y).
S VIDEO (4-pin): Output S-video (Y/C separation)
signals.
You can use all four formats simultaneously. The same
signals are output from connectors 1 and 2.
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Chapter
3
Basic Operation
DME Switcher Introduction
This section selects two of the many effects provided by the DFS-700/
700P as examples, and describes the basic flow of operations to use them.
It also describes the demonstration function, which automatically executes
one hundred sample effects.
Sequence of Operations
The flow charts below show the general sequence of operations when
using a DME switcher.
Basic operations (to be
always carried out)
Advanced operations (to be
carried out as required)
Select the background image
(see page 3-13)
Select the foreground image
(see page 3-13)
Select the effect
(see pages 3-23 and 24)
Set up the transition
(see page 3-51)
Inserting characters and graphics (1)
• Luminance key (see page 3-33)
• Chroma key (see page 3-36)
• Modifying the boundary (see page 3-26)
• Changing the position and size (see page
3-29)
• Modifying the pattern (see page 3-31)
Reversing the direction of the effect
(see page 3-52)
Execute the effect
(see page 3-54)
Inserting characters and graphics (2)
• Downstream key (see page 3-45)
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DME Switcher Introduction
Procedure
Example Operation (1): Wipe
6
In this example we’ll use the AUTO TRANS button, to make a wipe, with
the new image appearing from the center of the screen.
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
Setting items
As an example, we’ll set the control panel as follows.
Background image (the image output before the transition): video
signal connected to the VIDEO INPUT 1 connector
Foreground image (the image output after the transition): video
signal connected to the VIDEO INPUT 2 connector
Effect: wipe (pattern number 24)
Transition time: 30 frames
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F4
CCR
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
F5
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
FREEZ
MIX
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
EFFECT
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
CUT
AUTO
TRANS
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
PATTERN/KEY PAD
RST
ENTER
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
4
5,7
8
3
<Preparation>
<Image selection>
1
2
9
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10
Program output
Executing the above effect produces the following changes in the output
on a program monitor connected to the PGM OUT connector of the
processor unit.
F3
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
1
Pull the fader lever toward you as far as it will go.
Press BACKGROUND Bus button 1.
The pressed button lights red, and the video signal connected to the
VIDEO INPUT 1 connector is selected as the background image. The
selected background image appears on the program monitor.
3
Start of effect
Transition time
End of effect
Press FOREGROUND Bus button 2.
The pressed button lights amber, and the video signal connected to the
VIDEO INPUT 2 connector is selected as the foreground image.
To check the selected image on the program monitor, move the fader
lever to the opposite end. After checking, return the lever to the
position closest to you.
If a preview monitor is connected, the selected foreground image
appears in the preview monitor.
<Effect selection>
4
Press the DIRECT PATTERN button, turning it on.
(If it is already lit, omit this step.)
The unit is now in direct pattern selection mode. In this mode, you can
select the eleven patterns assigned to buttons in the pattern/numeric
keypad using the corresponding button.
(Continued)
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DME Switcher Introduction
5
Press button 9 in the pattern/numeric keypad.
Example Operation (2): Picture-in-Picture
The button lights, and this selects the wipe assigned to this button
(pattern number 24). The PATTERN NUMBER display window
shows “0024”.
<Transition time setting>
6
Press the SET button once or twice, so that the EFFECT display
window mode indicator lights.
(If it is already lit, omit this step.)
7
In the pattern/numeric keypad, press buttons 3 and 0 in that order.
Using the fader lever, we’ll insert the foreground image within the
background image.
We’ll apply a border around the edge of the foreground image.
Setting items
As an example, we’ll set the control panel as follows.
Background image: internal video signal (color background )
Foreground image: video signal connected to the VIDEO INPUT 1
connector
Effect: picture-in-picture (pattern number 1100)
Border: ON
The TRANS RATE display window shows “.3.0.”.
Dots appear to
the lower right of
the digits
Press the ENTER button.
The dots to the lower right of the digits disappear, and the value
entered in step 7 is set as the transition time.
9
Press the EFFECT button, turning it on.
(If it is already lit, omit this step.)
Program output
Executing the above effect produces the following changes in the output
on a program monitor.
Background image
10Press the AUTO TRANS button.
The wipe is carried out over 30 frames, switching from the background
image to the foreground image.
When the transition completes, BACKGROUND bus button 2 is lit
red, and FOREGROUND bus button 1 is lit amber. This indicates that
as a result of the transition, the video signal connected to the VIDEO
INPUT 2 connector is automatically selected as the background image,
and the video signal connected to the VIDEO INPUT 1 connector as
the foreground image.
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Chapter 3 Basic Operation
Program output
Foreground image
Effect execution
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8
DFS-700/700P
DME Switcher Introduction
6
Procedure
In the numeric keypad, press buttons 1, 1, 0, 0, in that order.
The TRANS RATE display window shows “1.1.0.0.”.
5
8
Dots appear to the lower right of the digits.
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
SNAP SHOT
EDGE
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
2
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
CCR
AUXILIARY
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
MIX
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BACKGROUND
BLACK
SET
EFFECT
N/R
1
TITLE
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
P IN P
1
2
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
DOWN
0
3
UP
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
The dots to the lower right of the digits disappear, and picture-inpicture, or pattern number 1100, is selected.
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
6
7
<Border settings>
8
4
You can change the color and width of the border. For details, see the section
“Modifying the Boundary” (page 3-26).
<Effect execution>
Pull the fader lever toward you as far as it will go.
Press the MATTES button in the menu control section, and display
page 1 of the MATTE menu, then with the F1(SELECT) button select
“INT V”.
MATTE
SELECT
Lum
Sat
Hue
1/2
INT V
0-100
0-100
0-99
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
9
Move the fader lever to the opposite end.
Both the BACKGROUND bus INT VIDEO button and the
FOREGROUND bus button 1 light red.
As you move the lever, the picture-in-picture effect takes place, and a
foreground image with a border is inserted into the background image.
CH2BRD
BRDMAT
F4
F5
You can change the color of matte color and embossing pattern. For details,
see the section “Adjusting Color Mattes” (page 3-57).
3
Press the BACKGROUND bus INT VIDEO button.
The pressed button lights red, and a color matte is selected as the
background image.
4
Press the FOREGROUND bus button 1.
The pressed button lights amber, and the video signal connected to the
VIDEO INPUT 1 connector is selected as the foreground image.
<Effect selection>
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5
Press the SET button to the right of the PATTERN NUMBER display
window, turning it on.
(If it is already lit, omit this step.)
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<Image selection>
1
2
In the menu control section, press the BORDER button.
The button lights, enabling the border.
1,9
<Preparation>
Press the ENTER button.
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
LAST X
BLACK
7
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
TRANS RATE
3
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
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DME Switcher Introduction
To end the demonstration
Demonstration
The DFS-700/700P is equipped with a demonstration function, which
automatically plays back one hundred effects stored in ROM in the
processor unit.
The effects (which by factory default are snapshots 0 to 99) have been
chosen to demonstrate the features of the DFS-700/700P as effectively as
possible.
For maximum effect, the demonstration function uses the signals
connected to VIDEO INPUT connectors 1 and 2, and the internal video
signal.
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
Press the AUTO TRANS button once more.
The demonstration ends, and the control panel settings are those of the last
effect in the demonstration.
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
CRK
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
FRAME
FREEZ
INT
VIDEO
MIX
TITLE
EFFECT
INT
VIDEO
CUT
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
1
2
3
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
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GPI
SET UP
LUM
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
RST
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
Pattern/numeric
keypad
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
AUTO TRANS button
Buttons used for the demonstration
To start the demonstration
In the pattern/numeric keypad, hold down buttons 1 and 9, and press the
AUTO TRANS button.
The one hundred effects stored in ROM are played back continuously, and
repeated until you press the AUTO TRANS button once more. During the
demonstration, the buttons on the pattern/numeric keypad light in turn in
the clockwise direction.
During the demonstration, the control panel does not accept any operations
other than pressing the AUTO TRANS button.
Demonstration with user-registered snapshots
It is also possible to have a demonstration with user-registered snapshots.
In this case, hold down buttons 3 and 7 in the pattern/numeric keypad, and
press the AUTO TRANS button. During the demonstration, the buttons on
the pattern/numeric keypad light in turn in the counterclockwise direction.
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Chapter 3 Basic Operation
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DFS-700/700P
DME Switcher Introduction
Using the Menus
This unit incorporates menus for various effect settings and internal color
matte settings, and also a setup menu for system settings.
This section describes the basic menu operation.
Accessing a menu
Menu display
Menu control section
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
CCR
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
FREEZ
3
4
DSK
FILL
5
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
MIX
TITLE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
1
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BACKGROUND
EFFECT
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
BLACK
1
7
8
9
4
5
6
FOREGROUND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
0
AUTO
TRANS
2
DOWN
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
1
BLACK
INS
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
Buttons of the menu control section which light when pressed
When you press one of these buttons, it lights, and the settings in the menu
recalled by the button are reflected in the monitor display. To avoid this,
for example just to check the settings in a menu, hold down the SHIFT
button while pressing the menu button.
Press one of the buttons in the menu control section.
For example, to recall the menu for internal color matte settings, press the
MATTES button in the menu control section. The MATTE menu appears
in the menu display in the effect control section.
In this manual, menus are shown in a tabular format. The following
example shows the MATTE menu.
Menu page number
“1/2” means that this is the
first of two pages.
Menu name
A “P” appears
here when preread
editing is on.
MATTE
SELECT
Lum
Sat
Hue
CH2BRD
P 1/2
INT V
0-100
0-100
0-99
BRDMAT
PAGE
F1
F2
Refers to buttons and
knobs F1 to F5.
F3
F4
Setting items
(parameters)
F5
Values for the settings
“0-100” indicates a numerical range.
Refers to the PAGE button.
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FRAME
2
F5
LAST X
BLACK
To change the menu page
Press the PAGE button.
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
Changing settings
• For settings with values shown in letters, press the corresponding one of
buttons F1 to F5.
In the text, this is shown as “the F1(SELECT) button,” with the setting
name after the button name F1 to F5.
• To change a setting with a numerical value, turn the corresponding one of
control knobs F1 to F5.
In the text, this is shown as “the F2(Lum) knob,” with the setting name
after the knob name F1 to F5.
• In the setup menu, when an item has a plus sign in front, hold down the F
button (F4 or F5) and turn the corresponding knob.
For example, in page 3/8 of the setup menu, to change the setting for F4
[+H-pos], hold down the F4 button and turn the F4 knob.
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Selecting Images
Selecting the background image and foreground image
Background Image and Foreground Image
Background and foreground in a transition effect
In a transition from one image to another, the old image is referred to as
the “background image”. The new image, which replaces the old image, is
referred to as the “foreground image”.
When a transition completes, the background image and foreground image
are interchanged.
As the background image and foreground image you can select any of the
video signals connected to the VIDEO INPUT 1 to 8 connectors of the
processor unit (corresponding to BACKGROUND/FOREGROUND bus
buttons 1 to 8), a freeze frame stored in the frame memory (MEMORY
button), or internal pattern signal (INT VIDEO button).
USER PGM
B: background image
1 TITLE 2
F: foreground image
B
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
F B
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
F
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
1
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
F5
SET
N/R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
BLACK
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3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
1
To select the background image, press one of BACKGROUND bus
buttons 1 to 8.
The pressed button lights red.
2
B
To select the foreground image, press one of FOREGROUND bus
buttons 1 to 8.
F
Example animation effect: picture-in-picture
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2
DSK PVW
2
F: foreground image
B
1
INS
The pressed button lights amber.
Program output and lit button colors
The BACKGROUND bus buttons and FOREGROUND bus buttons light
in two colors, depending on whether or not the corresponding image is
present in the current program monitor output (on a video monitor
connected to the PGM OUT connector).
• A button lights red when the image is present in the program monitor
output.
• A button lights amber when the image is not present in the program
monitor output.
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B: background image
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
7
FOREGROUND
Background and foreground in an animation effect
In an animation effect, in which an effect pattern is inserted in the image or
moved about on the image, the background image is the background to the
effect, and the inserted effect is referred to as the “foreground image”.
When an animation effect completes, the background image and
foreground image are not interchanged.
REV
LAST X
BLACK
BACKGROUND
BLACK
Example transition effect: wipe
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
DFS-700/700P
Selecting Images
Switching the internal video signal selected by the INT VIDEO button
Previewing the image after an effect is executed
To switch the internal video signal selected by pressing the INT VIDEO
button on either the background bus or foreground bus, use the following
procedure.
3
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
Select the background image and foreground image, and set up the effect,
then move the fader lever to the opposite end.
You can now check on the program monitor the result of carrying out the
currently set effect.
If a preview monitor is connected, you can check the foreground image on
the preview monitor.
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
FRAME
FREEZ
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
MIX
CUT
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
EFFECT
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
1
2
3
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
2
3
4
2
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
1
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
0
AUTO
TRANS
DOWN
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
RST
ENTER
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PATTERN/KEY PAD
3
1
Press the MATTES button in the menu control section.
Page 1 of the MATTE menu appears.
2
Press the PAGE button in the effect control section, to display page 2
of the MATTE menu, then press the F4(INTVID) button to select the
desired signal.
MATTE
FROM
TO
COPY
INTVID
PTN
2/2
INT V
BORD
EXEC
Matte
1-80
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
You can select any of the following three possibilities.
Matte: color background signal. In the following step 3, you can select
any of plain, or 79 different embossed patterns.
You can adjust the color of the color background signal as desired. For
details, see the section “Adjusting Color Mattes” (page 3-57).
Bar: color bars
Grid: a grid pattern
3
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If you have selected a color background signal carry out either of the
following.
• Hold down the INT VIDEO button in the background bus or
foreground bus, and in the pattern/numeric keypad press the UP or
DOWN button.
Each time you press, the pattern changes, and the new pattern appears
on the program monitor.
• Turn the F5(PTN) knob.
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Selecting an Effect
Selecting Images
This section describes the types of effects you can use on this system, and
how to select an effect.
Selecting Signals Output to the Auxiliary Bus
Types of Effect
Delegation buttons
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
The DFS-700/700P has more than 450 built-in effect patterns provided as
standard.
Each pattern is identified by a number, and the patterns are grouped
together under headings such as “wipe” and “picture-in-picture”.
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
SOFT
RECALL
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
LEARN
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
To select the signal to be output to the auxiliary bus, press the desired
AUXILIARY button (BLACK, 1 to 8, MEMORY, or INT VIDEO),
turning it on.
To specify the function for which the selected signal is used, press one of
the delegation buttons, turning it on.
CCR button: use for color correction.
TITLE 1 SOURCE button: use as the key source signal for title key 1.
TITLE 2 SOURCE button: use as the key source signal for title key 2.
DSK FILL button: use as key fill for the downstream keyer.
SUPER BG button: use as background for 3D effects, two-channel
DME effects and so on.
FRGD 2 button: use as the second foreground channel for 3D effects,
two-channel DME effects and so on.
MEMORY button: capture in frame memory.
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For the differences between transition and animation effects, see the section
“Background Image and Foreground Image” (page 3-12).
Modifications to effects
Depending on the effect pattern, the following modifications can be added.
• You can add a border to the boundary between the background image and
foreground image, or blur the boundary.
• You can change the pattern position and size.
For details of the modifications that can be applied to the effect patterns, see the
section “Effect Pattern Variant Forms and Decorations” (page A-22).
• You can change a pattern by changing its parameters. (Effects which can
be changed by setting parameters are referred to as “user modifiable
effects”.)
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Transition effects and animation effects
Effects are broadly divided into transition effects and animation effects.
Transition effects: in these effects the background image is completely
replaced by the foreground image. When the effect completes, the
colors in which the BACKGROUND and FOREGROUND bus
buttons are lit become the reverse of those before the effect.
Animation effects: in these effects, for example, the foreground image is
inserted in the background image, and moved around. The foreground
image does not completely replace the background image, and the
colors in which the BACKGROUND and FOREGROUND bus
buttons are lit stay the same.
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Selecting an Effect
Example Effects
4
This section shows as examples the effect patterns (“direct patterns”)
which you can access simply by pressing a button in the pattern/numeric
keypad. Note that the effect patterns shown below are the factory default
assignments, and you can change the patterns assigned to buttons 0 to 9
and P IN P/RST.
Pattern number: 700
Effect type: matrix wipe
Motion type: transition
The foreground image appears in the upper left corner, and fills the screen
in a series of vertical strips.
For details of how to change the assignments, see the section “Changing Direct
Pattern Assignments” (page 4-1).
5
Pattern number: 1300
Effect type: slide
Motion type: transition
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Pattern number: 1
Effect type: wipe
Motion type: transition
The foreground image appears from the right, and slides over the
background image to the left.
The foreground image appears from the left, and wipes over the
background image to the right.
6
Pattern number: 1700
Effect type: 3D rotation
Motion type: transition
8
Pattern number: 9
Effect type: wipe
Motion type: transition
The foreground image appears as a door rotating toward the viewer to
close, and covers the background. When the door is completely closed, the
foreground fills the screen.
The foreground image appears from the upper left corner, and wipes over
the background image to the lower right.
1
9
Pattern number: 1902
Effect type: flip
Motion type: transition
Pattern number: 24
Effect type: wipe
Motion type: transition
The foreground image appears as a circle in the center of the image, and
this circle grows, wiping over the background image.
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The image rotates about a vertical axis as though a panel with the
background on one side. When the panel reaches 90 degrees to the plane of
the screen, the foreground image appears on the other side, and completely
fills the screen when the transition ends.
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Nonlinear effects
These effects include effects such as ripples, under names such as lens,
burst, explosion, swirl, and rings.
2
Pattern number: 2100
Effect type: page turn
Motion type: transition
The foreground image appears as though progressively covering the
background image.
Ripple
Lens
Swirl
3
Pattern number: 2200
Effect type: sphere
Motion type: transition
Explosion
Two-channel DME effects
These effects combine two foreground images with the background image.
They include two-channel picture-in-picture, two-picture intersect, twopicture brick, two-channel page turn, and so on.
P IN P
RST
Pattern number: 1100
Effect type: picture-in-picture
Motion type: animation
The foreground image appears in the center as a rectangle, of the same
aspect ratio as the screen, and grows larger until it covers the background
image.
Two-channel picture-in-picture
Two-picture Intersect
Masked flip
Note
To use two-channel DME effects requires the optional BKDF-711 2nd
Channel DME Board.
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Pattern number: 2260
Effect type: ripple
Motion type: transition
The foreground image appears as from within the ripples, finally covering
the whole screen with no movement.
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The foreground image appears in a ball shape in the upper right. It
“bounces” on the bottom of the screen, then when it reaches the top, turns
into a plane and fills the screen, covering the background image.
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3D mapping effects
Selection in Direct Pattern Selection Mode
These effects use nonlinear image processing techniques. They include 3D
page turn, 3D beveled edge, and so on.
In the direct pattern selection mode, pressing any button (other than INS,
DEL, UP, DOWN, or ENTER) in the pattern/numeric keypad directly
selects an effect pattern.
For details of the effects assigned by factory default to the buttons in the pattern/
numeric keypad, see the previous section “Example Effects” (page 3-18).
3D wave
3D page turn
3D beveled edge
Procedure
To select an effect pattern in the direct pattern selection mode, use the
following procedure.
Multi-cube
3D cylinder
Note
If the EDIT button in the user program section (see page 2-11) is lit, first
press it, turning it off.
Note
Using 3D mapping effects requires the optional BKDF-712 3D Video
Mapping Effects Board.
Using the three-picture cube effect also requires the optional BKDF-711
2nd Channel DME Board.
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
P IN P
1
2
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
1
DOWN
0
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
1
2
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
Press the DIRECT PATTERN button, turning it on.
The unit is now in direct pattern selection mode.
2
In the pattern/numeric keypad, press the button assigned to the desired
effect pattern, turning it on.
This selects the effect assigned to the button, and the pattern number
appears in the PATTERN NUMBER display window.
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If you enter a wrong number
Before pressing the ENTER button press the P IN P/RST button to cancel
the wrong number, then enter the correct number.
Selection in Pattern Number Specification Mode
In the pattern number specification mode, you select the desired effect
pattern by entering the number.
Procedure
To select an effect pattern in the pattern number specification mode, use
the following procedure.
Note
If the EDIT button in the user program section (see page 2-11) is lit, first
press it, turning it off.
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
Adjusting the number before confirming
To increment the number by one, press the UP button. Hold down the UP
button to increase the number continuously.
To decrement the number by one, press the DOWN button. Hold down the
DOWN button to decrease the number continuously.
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1 TITLE 2
Note
If you enter an invalid number (a number with no corresponding pattern),
this is automatically corrected to the closest valid number larger than the
number you entered. However, if you enter a number larger than 9309 this
is corrected to pattern number 0001.
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
7
4
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
8
9
5
6
AUTO
TRANS
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
INS
PATTERN/KEY PAD
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
RST
ENTER
DSK
2
3
Press the SET button, turning it on.
Enter the desired pattern number using buttons 0 to 9 on the pattern/
numeric keypad.
The number you entered appears in the PATTERN NUMBER display
window. Dots appear at the lower right of each digit, indicating that
the entry is not yet confirmed.
3
Press the ENTER button.
The dots to the lower right of the digits in the PATTERN NUMBER
display window disappear, confirming the pattern number.
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Modifying the Boundary — Border, Soft Edge,
Beveled Edge, and Crop
You can apply a border to the boundary between the foreground image and
background image, or mask unwanted parts of the image.
There are four effects for modifying the boundary, as follows. You can use
all four simultaneously.
Border: apply a border to the image boundary.
Soft edge: blur the image boundary.
Beveled edge: apply a bevel to the image boundary.
Crop: adjust the image boundary position, to eliminate unwanted parts.
(For picture-in-picture and other effects in which a reduced image is
used, reduce noise on the periphery of the image.)
Note
Depending on the effect pattern, you may not be able to apply the above
effects. For details, see the section “Effect Pattern Variant Forms and
Decorations” (page A-22).
To blur the image boundary
Use the following procedure.
1
Press the SOFT button in the EDGE section, turning it on, and display
page 1 of the EDGE menu.
EDGE
Border
Soft
BvlWid
BVLTYP
BvlInt
1/2
0-100
0-100
–100-100
01-20
0-100
PAGE
2
1
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
2
LUM
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
Press the BEVELD EDGE button in the EDGE section, turning it on,
and display page 1 of the EDGE menu.
EDGE
Border
Soft
BvlWid
BVLTYP
BvlInt
1/2
0-100
0-100
–100-100
01-20
0-100
AUXILIARY
PAGE
F1
F2
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
FREEZ
MIX
F5
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
SET
EFFECT
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INS
2
DOWN
0
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
RST
PATTERN/KEY PAD
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F5
CROP
Left
Right
Top
2/2
AUTO
–400-400
–400-400
–300-300
F1
F2
F3
Bottom
–300-300
F4
F5
2
To adjust the image boundary manually, press the F1(CROP) button to
select “MANUAL”.
3
Turn the F2(Left), F3(Right), F4(Top), F5(Bottom) knobs, to adjust the
four sides of the image boundary.
Note
Press the BORDER button in the EDGE section, turning it on, and
display page 1 of the EDGE menu.
EDGE
Border
Soft
BvlWid
BVLTYP
BvlInt
1/2
0-100
0-100
–100-100
01-20
0-100
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EDGE
PAGE
Controls used in modifying the boundary
2
F4
Press any one of the BORDER, SOFT, and BEVELD EDGE buttons,
turning it on, and display page 2 of the EDGE menu. (Press the PAGE
button to change the page.)
ENTER
To apply a border
Use the following procedure.
1
F3
Turn knobs F3(BvlWid), F4(BVLTYP), and F5(BvlInt) to set the
width, type, and contrast of the beveled edge.
DEL
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
LAST X
BLACK
BACKGROUND
BLACK
F2
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
TRANS RATE
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
F1
To remove unwanted portions of the image
Use the following procedure.
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
CCR
F5
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
LUM
GPI
F4
F1
F2
F3
F4
Turn the F1(Border) knob, to set the width of the border.
F5
If in step 2 you set F1(CROP) to “AUTO”, the automatic adjustment for
the particular effect pattern is carried out. Selecting “OFF” disables the
cropping.
When effect parameters are already adjusted
When parameters of a border, soft edge, beveled edge, or crop effect are
already adjusted, simply pressing any one of the BORDER, SOFT, and
BEVELD EDGE buttons in the EDGE section to turn it on allows you to
apply the selected effects to the effect pattern.
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USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
EDITOR
F3
To apply a beveled edge to the image boundary
Use the following procedure.
PAGE
Effect control section
F2
Turn the F2(Soft) knob, to set the degree of boundary blurring.
Procedure
EDGE section
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Changing the Pattern Position and Size —
Location (X)(Y)(Z)
Indications in the EDGE menu with square brackets [ ]
The parameters in the EDGE menu for functions which are turned off
appear in square brackets [ ].
For example, when the border function is off, when you display the EDGE
menu the setting for Border appears in square brackets.
In this state the knob adjustment is still valid. When you press the
BORDER button, turning the function on, the new setting is reflected
accordingly.
You can adjust the position and size of an effect pattern when inserting a
foreground image into the background image.
Note
For some effect patterns it is not possible to change their position and size.
If pressing the LOCATION button does not turn it on, it means that one of
those effect patterns is selected.
For details of whether position and size adjustment is possible for an effect, see
the section “Effect Pattern Variant Forms and Decorations” (page A-22).
Procedure
To change the position and size of an effect pattern use the following
procedure.
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
2
3
1
STATUS EDIT
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
1
2
3
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
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USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
EDITOR
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
1
After checking in the section “Effect Pattern Variant Forms and
Decorations” (page A-22), select an effect pattern for which it is
possible to change the position and size.
2
To move the pattern horizontally (x-axis) or vertically (y-axis), move
the joystick in the location section.
Y-axis (+)
X-axis (–)
X-axis (+)
Y-axis (–)
Joystick
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Modifying the Pattern — User Modifiable Effects
Changing the Pattern Position and Size — Location (X)(Y)(Z)
3
To move the pattern in the depth direction (z-axis), turn the Z-knob in
the location section.
User modifiable effects are those effects for which you can modify the
effect pattern by varying the parameters. The variable parameters vary
from effect to effect.
For the pattern number of user modifiable effects, and the variable parameters,
see the section “Effect Control Parameter List” (page A-5)
Procedure
Z-knob
To modify the effect pattern by varying the parameters, use the following
procedure.
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
CRK
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
FRAME
FREEZ
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
AUXILIARY
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
MIX
EFFECT
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
1
2
3
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
1
2
3
4
2
1
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
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GPI
SET UP
LUM
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
After checking in the section “Effect Control Parameter List” (page A5), select a user modifiable effect.
The variable parameters of the selected effect appear in the menu
display.
If the selected effect has no variable parameters, the menu display
shows a message “No Adjustable Parameter”.
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Using knobs and buttons F1 to F5, set the parameters.
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Modifying the Pattern — User Modifiable Effects
Example of user modifiable effect parameters
As an example, if you select mosaic (pattern number 1016), the following
parameters appear in the menu display.
1016
Size
Aspect
Soft
MskAsp
TYPE
1/1
0-100
0-100
0-100
0-100
FLAT
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
You can insert (or superimpose) text and graphics into the background
image while applying effects. You can use either a luminance key or a
chroma key for this insertion.
Luminance Key
For the effect of the parameters, see the following figure.
F1(Size): size of a mosaic cell
F2(Aspect): aspect ratio of a mosaic cell
In a luminance key, a certain luminance level in the foreground image is
used as the threshold for creating the key signal, and the corresponding
part of the foreground image is inserted into the background image.
Normally the foreground image is on a black background, consisting of
bright text to be inserted in the background image.
Background image
Foreground image
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F4(MskAsp): aspect ratio of area to
which mosaic is applied
Parameters for mosaic (pattern number 1016)
Composite image formed by
luminance keying (program output)
Two-channel luminance keying
With the optional 2nd Channel DME Board installed, you can also use a
second luminance key channel.
When using two luminance keys, you must make both title 1 and title 2
settings in the TITLE section of the menu control section. Note that to
select the foreground signal used for the second luminance key, in the
delegation section press the FRGD 2 button, turning it on, then select the
desired video signal with one of the AUXILIARY buttons.
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4
Procedure
To insert text and graphics in a background image by means of a
luminance key, use the following procedure.
4
In the TITLE section of the menu control section, press a LUM button,
turning it on.
The luminance key menu appears in the menu display. In the following
example, the LUM button in column 1 is lit.
6
T1LUM
Clip
Gain
INVERT
FILL
1/1
0-100
0-100
OFF
VIDEO
PAGE
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
5
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
1
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
CCR
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
EFFECT
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
FOREGROUND
BLACK
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
0
AUTO
TRANS
DOWN
UP
FADE
TO
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With the BACKGROUND bus buttons, select the background image.
The selected background image appears on the program monitor.
With the FOREGROUND bus buttons, select the foreground image.
If a preview monitor is connected, the selected foreground image
appears in the preview monitor.
3
F5
Either press the CUT button in the effect transition section, or move
the fader lever.
DSK
ENTER
When the foreground image consists of dark lettering on a
light background
In the luminance key menu, press the F3(INVERT) button, turning it
on, then continue to step 6.
PATTERN/KEY PAD
5
2
0-100
F4
RST
2
1
F3
Select the effect pattern, and press the TITLE button in the effect
transition section, turning it on.
Note
Depending on the effect pattern, it may not be possible to use a luminance
key. If such a pattern is selected, the TITLE button does not light. Check
the “TITLE” column of the table in the section “Effect Pattern Variant
Forms and Decorations” (page A-22), and select a pattern for which this
shows a check mark (√).
When the TITLE button lights, the N/R button also automatically lights,
indicating that the system is in N/R (normal/reverse) mode. While the
TITLE button is lit, it is not possible to switch out of N/R mode.
6
Watching the composite image on the program monitor, use the
F1(Clip) knob and F2(Gain) knob to adjust the clip and gain as
necessary.
To switch between the composite image and the background
image
Press the CUT button. This toggles between the composite image and the
background image.
To fill the inserted text or image with a color matte (using a
color matte as key fill)
You can use the same color as a border or the same color as an effect.
• To use the same color as a border, in the luminance key menu, press the
F4(FILL) button to select “BDRMAT”.
• To use the same color as an effect, in the luminance key menu, press the
F4(FILL) button to select “EFFMAT”.
To change the color of color mattes, see the section “Adjusting Color Mattes”
(page 3-57).
To return from a color matte key fill to the foreground image, press the
F4(FILL) button to select “VIDEO”.
Creating a composite image with a semi-transparent
foreground image
Watching the composite image on the program monitor, turn the
F5(Densty) knob, to adjust the transparency of the foreground image.
To remove the luminance key
Press the TITLE button in the effect transition section, turning it off.
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1
INS
DSK PVW
DEL
P IN P
F2
A composite of the foreground and background images appears in the
program monitor.
At this point, though, (before adjustment), either of the background
image or foreground image may not be visible.
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
LAST X
BLACK
BACKGROUND
BLACK
3
RECALL
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
F1
Densty
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Auto chroma keying
Chroma Keying
In chroma keying, a key signal is created based on a specific reference
color in the foreground image, and used to replace the corresponding parts
of the foreground image by the background image. Normally, the
foreground image is created with a plain blue background, which is then
replaced by the background image.
Background image
To combine the background image and foreground image by auto chroma
keying, use the following procedure.
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6
USER PGM
Foreground image
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
1
AUXILIARY
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
5,7
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
F5
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
INS
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
3
LOCATION
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
Composite image formed by chroma
keying (program output)
1
Select the background image with the BACKGROUND bus buttons.
The selected background image appears on the program monitor.
In this system, you can use either of the following methods to carry out
chroma keying.
• Auto chroma keying
You point the cursor at part of the background, thus specifying the keying
color. This is the quick and easy way to make a composite image.
• Manual chroma keying
You specify the keying color by manual adjustment. This allows you
finer control than with auto chroma keying.
By starting with auto chroma keying, then using manual chroma key
adjustments as required, you can get the optimum composite image
efficiently.
Two-channel chroma keying
With the optional BKDF-711 2nd Channel DME Board installed, you can
use a second chroma key channel.
To use two chroma key channels, set both title 1 and title 2 in the TITLE
section of the menu control section. To select the foreground image used
for the second chroma key channel, press the FRGD 2 button in the
delegation section, turning it on, then with one of the AUXILIARY
buttons select the desired video signal.
2
Select the foreground image with the FOREGROUND bus buttons.
If a preview monitor is connected, the selected foreground image
appears in the preview monitor.
3
Select the effect pattern, and press the TITLE button in the effect
transition section, turning it on.
Note
Depending on the effect pattern, it may not be possible to use chroma
keying. If such a pattern is selected, the TITLE button does not light.
Check the “TITLE” column of the table in the section “Effect Pattern
Variant Forms and Decorations” (page A-22), and select a pattern for
which this shows a check mark (√).
When the TITLE button lights, the N/R button also automatically lights,
indicating that the system is in N/R (normal/reverse) mode. While the
TITLE button is lit, it is not possible to switch out of N/R mode.
(continued)
To use a normal effect for a title key
In this case, use one of the buttons in column 1 of the TITLE section to
recall the title 1 setting menu (T1LUM, T1CRK, or T1MSK), and make
the settings.
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In the TITLE section of the menu control section, press the CRK
button, turning it on.
In the menu display page 1 of the chroma key menu appears. The
following example appears when the CRK button in column 1 is lit.
T1CRK
Clip
Gain
Hue
Angle
1/3
0-100
0-100
0-99
0-100
PAGE
5
F1
F2
F3
F4
AUTO
F5
Press the F5(AUTO) button.
In the program monitor screen, the foreground image appears with a
white box cursor.
Cursor
Making fine adjustments to the composite image
Following the manual chroma key procedure (see next page), adjust the
hue, clip, and gain for the specified chroma key color.
You can also adjust the luminance of the part cut out by the chroma key.
To switch between the composite image and the background
image
Press the CUT button. This toggles between the composite image and the
background image.
To fill the inserted text or image with a color matte (using a
color matte as key fill)
You can use the same color as a border or the same color as an effect.
• To use the same color as a border, in the chroma key menu (T1CRK),
press the F4(FILL) button to select “BDRMAT”.
• To use the same color as an effect, in the chroma key menu (T1CRK),
press the F4(FILL) button to select “EFFMAT”.
Foreground image
The menu changes to the auto chroma key menu (T1ACR).
T1ACR
Pos H
Pos V
Size
1/1
–100-100
–100-100
0-100
PAGE
6
F1
F2
Color matte key fill
– – AUTO
CRK – –
CANCEL
START
F3
F4
Turn the following knobs to adjust the cursor, to select the background
color which is used as the reference color for chroma keying.
Cursor adjustment
Control knob
Move horizontally.
F1(Pos H)
Move vertically.
F2(Pos V)
Change the size.
F3(SIZE)
Composite image (program output)
F5
To return from a color matte key fill to the foreground image, in page 2 of
the chroma key menu (T1CRK) press the F4(FILL) button to select
“VIDEO”.
Notes
• You can also adjust the cursor using the joystick and Z-knob in the
LOCATION section.
• If you press a button which is not related to auto chroma key
operations, this automatically ends the auto chroma key mode.
If there are variations in the background color
Make the cursor as large as possible.
7
Press the F5(START) button.
This executes the auto chroma key, and a composite of the background
and foreground images appears in the program monitor.
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To change the color of color mattes, see the section “Adjusting Color Mattes”
(page 3-57).
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4
Manual chroma key
To combine the background image and foreground image by manual
chroma keying, use the following procedure.
When the background part of the foreground image is not
completely replaced by the background image
Adjust the hue with the F3(Hue) knob and the clip with the F1(Clip)
knob.
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USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
When the outline of the foreground image is not clear
Adjust the clip with the F1(Clip) knob and the gain with the F2(Gain)
knob.
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
2
EDITOR
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FRAME
FREEZ
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
MIX
BLACK
EFFECT
SET
N/R
1
TITLE
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
P IN P
1
1
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
1
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
Press the PAGE button to display page 3 of the chroma key menu, then
press the F1(LUM) button, setting the parameter to “ON”.
T1CRK
LUM
Clip
Gain
INVERT
3/3
ON
0-100
0-100
OFF
RST
ENTER
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PATTERN/KEY PAD
PAGE
2
3
1
Using the same process as in steps 1 to 3 of the procedure for auto
chroma keying (see page 3-37), select the background image,
foreground image, and effect pattern.
2
In the TITLE section of the menu control section, press the CRK
button, turning it on.
In the menu display page 1 of the chroma key menu appears. The
following example appears when the CRK button in column 1 is lit.
T1CRK
Clip
Gain
Hue
Angle
1/3
0-100
0-100
0-99
0-100
PAGE
3
F1
F2
F3
F4
F1
F2
F3
F4
Watching the composite image on the program monitor, use the
F2(Clip) knob to adjust the clip, and the F3(Gain) knob to adjust the
gain. To leave dark portions, press the F4(INVERT) button, setting the
parameter to “ON”.
To switch between the composite image and the background
image
Press the CUT button. This toggles between the composite image and the
background image.
To fill the inserted text or image with a color matte (using a
color matte as key fill)
Use the same procedure as for an auto chroma key (see page 3-39).
AUTO
F5
Press the CUT button in the effect transition section.
A composite of the foreground and background images appears in the
program monitor.
At this point, though, (before adjustment), either of the background
image or foreground image may not be visible.
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7
FOREGROUND
BLACK
In combination with a luminance key
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
LAST X
BLACK
BACKGROUND
Watching the composite image on the program monitor, in page 1 of
the chroma key menu, adjust the hue, clip, and gain.
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Adjusting the hue range for chroma keying (the “angle” setting)
If there are fluctuations in the background color in the foreground image, it
may not be immediately possible to key the background image into the
whole of the desired background. In this case, you can correct this by
increasing the range of hues (the “angle” setting) used for chroma keying.
(This means using a wider-angled sector of the hue circle.)
Angle setting (Example: using a blue background color)
• Increasing the angle increases the range of hues replaced by the
background image, including shades of cyan and magenta.
• Decreasing the angle decreases the range of hues replaced by the
background image, restricting it to closely-matching blues.
Watching the composite image on the program monitor, turn the
F3(Hue) and F2(Sat) knobs, until the boundary between the
background image and foreground image provides a natural match of
hue and saturation.
Creating a composite image with a semi-transparent foreground image (density function)
You can make the inserted image semi-transparent, and insert it into the
background image.
Use the following procedure.
1
Note
The following example appears when the CRK button in column 1 is
lit.
T1CRK
COLCAN
Sat
Hue
FILL
2/3
ON
0-100
0-99
VIDEO
PAGE
Eliminating bleeding of colors into the edge of the inserted image (color cancel function)
In a chroma key composite image, on the boundary of the inserted image,
the “background” keying color in the foreground image (usually blue)
tends to bleed into the boundary with the background image. In this case,
by replacing the keying color in the composite image by another color (for
example gray), the boundary is made to stand out less. This function is
called “color cancel”.
In the TITLE section of the menu control section, press the CRK
button, turning it on, to display page 2 of the chroma key menu.
2
F1
F2
F3
Densty
0-100
F4
F5
Watching the composite image on the program monitor, turn the
F5(Densty) knob, to adjust the transparency of the inserted image.
To use the color cancel function, use the following procedure.
1
In the TITLE section of the menu control section, press the CRK
button, turning it on, and display page 2 of the chroma key menu.
The following example appears when the CRK button in column 1 is
lit.
T1CRK
COLCAN
Sat
Hue
FILL
2/3
ON
0-100
0-99
VIDEO
PAGE
2
F1
F2
F3
Densty
0-100
F4
F5
In the effect transition section, press the TITLE button, turning it on,
then press the CUT button.
A composite of the foreground and background images appears in the
program monitor.
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Press the F1(COLCAN) button, setting the parameter to “ON”.
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If the foreground image includes a color close to the “background” color in
a position not intended to be replaced by the background image, then if
you make the hue range too wide this part will also be filled by the
background image (key fill).
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Masking Part of a Title Key
You can apply a rectangular mask, to eliminate unwanted parts of the key.
The masked part is filled with the background image.
This operation is common to luminance and chroma keys.
As its name implies, the downstream key (often abbreviated as DSK) is a
key which is added downstream the title keying stages, to the alreadyformed composite image made up of the background and foreground
images.
Background image
Foreground image
2
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
1
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
LEARN
SOFT
RECALL
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
FTB
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
Key source signal
CCR
AUXILIARY
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
7
TITLE
4
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1
1
9
5
6
INS
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
8
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
In the TITLE section of the menu control section, press one of the
MASK buttons, turning it on.
The mask menu appears in the menu display.
The following example appears when the MASK button in column 1 is
lit.
T1MSK
Left
Right
Top
Bottom
INVERT
1/1
–400-400
–400-400
–300-300
–300-300
OFF
PAGE
2
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2
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Program output
Note that if a preview monitor is connected, you can use it to preview the
downstream key on the composite image by pressing the DSK PVW
button in the fade-to-black/downstream key section.
Turn the F1(Left), F2(Right), F3(Top), and F4(Bottom) knobs to set
the mask region.
Removing the mask
Press the MASK button lit in step 1, turning it off.
To invert the mask
In the mask menu, press the F5(INVERT) button, setting it to “ON”.
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Procedure
To insert a downstream key, use the following procedure.
For details of key source and key fill signal connections, see the section “Key
Signal Connections” (page 6-3).
2
3
LUM
CRK
CRK
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
SNAP SHOT
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FREEZ
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
MIX
EFFECT
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2
3
4
5
6
7
BACKGROUND
1
BLACK
TITLE
7
4
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
1
8
9
5
6
INS
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
RST
ENTER
DSK
5
Select the key source signal for the downstream key.
1) In the DSK section of the menu control section, press the LUM
button, turning it on, and display page 2 of the downstream key
(DSK) menu.
SOURCE
2/2
EXT
PAGE
F1
2) Press the F1(Source) button, and select the signal to be used as the
key signal.
EXT: Use the signal input to the DSK KEY IN connector (external
key mode).
SELF: Use the signal specified as “DSK FILL” in the delegation
section (self-keying mode).
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F2
F3
0-100
F4
F5
PATTERN/KEY PAD
First create the image into which the downstream key is to be inserted.
1) Select the background and foreground images.
2) Select the effect, and create the desired composite image.
DSK
F1
Densty
Note
1
2
VIDEO
When you select “NONE”, DSK border automatically goes on. If you
now forcibly turn the DSK border off, the downstream key will not
appear.
FADE
TO
BLACK
4
1
FILL
OFF
DSK PVW
DEL
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
SET
REV
LAST X
1
BLACK
INVERT
0-100
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
N/R
Gain
0-100
Set the downstream key transition time (the time taken to insert the
key).
For an instantaneous insert, set the transition time to zero.
For details of the setting, see the section “Setting the Transition Time” (page
3-51).
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Press the DSK button to insert the downstream key.
When the downstream key has been inserted, the DSK button lights
red.
During the transition, the DSK button lights amber.
Note
Downstream keys are always delayed by 6H.
Deleting the downstream key
When the DSK button is lit red, press it, turning it off.
Adjusting the outline of the downstream key
If the outline of the inserted text or graphics is not sharp, in page 1 of the
downstream key menu, adjust the F1(Clip) and F2(Gain) knobs as follows.
• To adjust the degree to which the key is cut out, turn the F1(Clip) knob
to adjust the clip level.
• To adjust the sharpness of outline of the key, turn the F2(Gain) knob to
adjust the key gain.
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FRAME
Clip
1/2
2) Press the F4(FILL) button, to select the signal used as the key fill
signal.
VIDEO: Use the signal specified as “DSK FILL” in the delegation
section. When you select this, press the DSK FILL button in the
delegation section, turning it on, then select the desired bus with
the AUXILIARY buttons.
DSKMAT: Use an internal DSK matte signal.
NONE: Do not use a key fill signal (applying the border only).
STATUS EDIT
LUM
GPI
DSK
PAGE
4
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
EDITOR
Select the downstream key fill signal.
1) Press the PAGE button, and switch to page 1 of the downstream
key menu.
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To invert the downstream key source signal
Depending on the desired sense of the key source signal (whether the
white or black portions form the key), in page 1 of the downstream key
menu make the following setting.
• For white lettering on a black background, press the F3(INVERT)
button, setting it to “OFF”.
• For black lettering on a white background, press the F3(INVERT)
button, setting it to “ON”.
2
Press the F1(TYPE) button, to select the border type.
Wide: wide border
Narrow: narrow border
Drop: drop border
Double: double border (combination of drop and narrow borders)
If you selected drop border or double border, you can now specify the
border position with the F2 button.
Applying a border to a downstream key
DSK
TYPE
POS
1/1
Double
T+R
PAGE
You can apply a border to the text or graphics inserted as a downstream
key, and adjust the border color.
For details of adjusting the border color, see the section “Adjusting Color
Mattes” (page 3-57).
1
2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
Each time you press the button it cycles to the next in the sequence
“T+L” (top and left)” t “T+R” (top and right)” t “B+R” (bottom
and right) t “B+L” (bottom and left).
To remove the border
In the DSK section of the menu control section, press the BORDER
button, turning it off.
3
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
F2
If in step 2 you selected drop border or double border, press the
F2(POS) button to specify the border position.
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
1
2
3
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
In the DSK section of the menu control section, press the BORDER
button, turning it on.
The downstream key border setting menu (DSK)appears.
DSK
TYPE
1/1
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To apply a border to a downstream key, use the following procedure.
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F1
DFS-700/700P
Setting Up a Transition
Inserting Characters and Graphics (2) — Downstream Key
This section describes how to set the transition time and transition
direction.
To mask a part of the downstream key
You can mask out unwanted portions of a downstream key (text or
graphics).
Setting the Transition Time
To use the mask function, use the following procedure.
1
2
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
The transition time measures the duration of an effect in frames (1/30
second (NTSC) or 1/25 second (PAL)), ranging from 0 to 999 frames.
In this system, you can set the transition time for a downstream key or
fade-to-black independently of the transition time for an effect.
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
LEARN
SOFT
Procedure
RECALL
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
To set the transition time, use the following procedure.
CCR
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
FREEZ
3
4
DSK
FILL
5
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
MIX
EFFECT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
BACKGROUND
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
BLACK
1
7
TITLE
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
5
INS
6
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
8
DSK
RST
USER PGM
ENTER
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
PATTERN/KEY PAD
In the DSK section of the menu control section, press the MASK
button, turning it on.
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
CCR
AUXILIARY
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
BLACK
The mask menu (DKMSK) appears in the menu display.
DKMSK
Left
Right
Top
Bottom
INVERT
1/1
–400-400
–400-400
–300-300
–300-300
OFF
2
F3
F4
MIX
EFFECT
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
INS
0
DOWN
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
2
3
DEL
P IN P
AUTO
TRANS
1
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
FOREGROUND
BLACK
F2
FREEZ
F5
LAST X
BLACK
F1
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
BACKGROUND
PAGE
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
TRANS RATE
1
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
FRAME
2
AUXILIARY
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
F5
Turn the F1(Left), F2(Right), F3(Top), and F4(Bottom) knobs to set
the mask region.
1
Removing the mask
Press the MASK button lit in step 1, turning it off.
Press the SET button in the effect transition section until the
appropriate display window mode indicator (EFFECT, DSK, or FTB)
is lit.
EFFECT: for setting the effect transition time
DSK: for setting the downstream key transition time
FTB: for setting the fade-to-black transition time
To invert the mask
In the mask menu, press the F5(INVERT) button, setting the parameter to
“ON”.
Note
If the EDIT button in the user program section is lit, it is not possible
to set the transition time. Press the EDIT button, turning it off.
2
With buttons 0 to 9 in the pattern/numeric keypad, enter the desired
transition time (0 to 999 frames).
The value entered appears in the TRANS RATE display window, and
dots appear to the lower right of the digits. You can use the UP and
DOWN buttons to adjust the value.
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Setting Up a Transition
Press the ENTER button.
Operation of transition effects
The dots to the lower right of the digits disappear, confirming the
transition time.
The following figure illustrates the execution of an example transition
effect. In the figure, “B” is the background image and “F” the foreground
image.
If you make a mistake entering the time
Before pressing the ENTER button press the P IN P/RST button to return
the display to the last confirmed value, then enter the correct time.
Operation in the normal direction (REV button off)
Pattern number 1630
B
F
F
Operation in the reverse direction (REV button on)
Pattern number 1630
F
B
If you have selected an animation effect, the N/R button lights, and the
normal and reverse directions are used alternately. Each time an effect
completes, the REV button goes on or off alternately.
B
F
F
For the direction of operation of other transition effects, see the section “Effect
Motion Types” (page A-21).
N/R button
REV button
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
The following figure illustrates the execution of an example animation
effect. In the figure, “B” is the background image and “F” the foreground
image.
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
LEARN
SOFT
RECALL
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
F5
Operation of animation effects
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
Operation in the normal direction (REV button off)
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
Pattern number 1100
CCR
AUXILIARY
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
7
4
1
9
5
6
INS
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
8
DSK PVW
RST
ENTER
DSK
B
B
F
B
F
F
PATTERN/KEY PAD
Operation in the reverse direction (REV button on)
Pattern number 1100
B
B
F
B
F
F
For the direction of operation of other animation effects, see the section “Effect
Motion Types” (page A-21).
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Transition effects are normally executed in the direction in which the
foreground image enters (forwards, or “normal”). To reverse the direction,
before executing the transition, press the REV button in the effect
transition section, turning it on.
Pressing the REV button once more turns it off, and reverts to the normal
direction.
B
F
B
Setting the Transition Direction
B
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Executing an Effect
To execute an effect, after setting the execution direction (normal/reverse),
in the effect transition section press the AUTO TRANS button, or move
the fader lever.
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
To pause the transition
During the transition, press the AUTO TRANS button, turning it off.
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
CCR
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
AUXILIARY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FRAME
FREEZ
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
BACKGROUND
MIX
EFFECT
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
P IN P
1
2
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
Note
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
LAST X
BLACK
To execute the effect automatically at the preset transition time, press the
AUTO TRANS button, turning it on.
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
Using the AUTO TRANS button
DOWN
0
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
If the fader lever is in an intermediate position, then the transition pauses
at the corresponding position. To make sure the transition does not pause,
first move the fader lever to either end of its travel.
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
To resume the transition
Press the AUTO TRANS button again.
Fader lever
Using the fader lever
By moving the fader lever from one end of its travel to the other at any
desired speed, you can manually control the transition.
The transition indicator on the left of the fader lever lights progressively
corresponding to the status of the transition. When the transition
completes, the transition indicator goes completely off.
For an effect in which the image switches like a cut, the transition occurs
when the fader lever is in the center position.
Note
After powering on the system, move the fader lever once through the
whole of its travel. This will ensure that the fader lever operates correctly.
Using the fader lever and AUTO TRANS button together
You can use the AUTO TRANS button to complete a transition started and
paused with the fader lever, or in the opposite way, use the fader lever to
complete a transition started and paused with the AUTO TRANS button.
• If you resume a transition partially executed with the fader lever, using
the AUTO TRANS button, then the transition time taken is in proportion
to the setting for the entire transition. For example, if the transition time
is set to 100 frames, and you carry out the equivalent of 25 frames with
the fader lever, then press the AUTO TRANS button, the remainder of
the transition will take 75 frames.
• If you partially execute the transition with the AUTO TRANS button,
then start moving the fader lever, the transition resumes when the fader
lever reaches the corresponding intermediate position.
Note
When you carry out an auto transition by controlling the processor unit
from an external editor through the EDITOR connector, then regardless of
the fader lever position, the transition is executed in its entirety.
To pause the transition
Stop moving the fader lever.
To resume the transition
Start moving the fader lever again.
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AUTO TRANS button
1-42
Adjusting Color Mattes
Executing an Effect
You can adjust the color of each color matte individually, and also copy
parameters from other color mattes.
Checking the direction and state of progress of the transition
Whether you are carrying out the effect manually or automatically, the
transition indicator on the left of the fader lever (20 LEDs) shows the state
of progress of the transition.
When you start the transition, the indicator lights progressively in the
direction of the transition, and goes off when the transition completes.
If you pause the transition, the indicator remains on in the corresponding
position.
You can always complete a paused transition by moving the fader lever in
the direction of the unlit indicator segments.
Procedure
To adjust a color matte, use the following procedure.
1
2
3
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
Direction of moving
fader lever
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
SET
EFFECT
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
0
AUTO
TRANS
DOWN
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
Press the MATTES button in the menu control section, to display page
1 of the MATTE menu.
MATTE
SELECT
Lum
Sat
Hue
1/2
INT V
0-100
0-100
0-99
PAGE
2
1
INS
P IN P
FOREGROUND
Transition indicator
Of the 20 LEDs, ten are lit, showing that the
transition is one-half completed.
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
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Direction of progress of
transition
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
F1
F2
F3
CH2BRD
BRDMAT
F4
F5
Press the F1(SELECT) button, to select the color matte to adjust.
INT V (internal video): color matte used for foreground and
background images
BORD (border): color matte used to fill the border applied to an
effect pattern, and as key fill for a title key
EFFECT: general-purpose color matte for use in effects
SHADOW: color matte used for shadows around an input image (fill)
DSKFL (DSK fill): color matte used as key fill for a downstream key
DSKBD (DSK border): color matte used for a downstream key border
FTB: color matte used in place of black in the fade-to-black function
3
Turn the F2(Lum), F3(Sat), and F4(Hue) knobs, to adjust the
luminance, saturation, and hue.
Note
If you vary the luminance of a color matte signal with high saturation,
the saturation is automatically adjusted so as not to go outside the
signal specifications.
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Adjusting Image Colors — Color Correction
Adjusting Color Mattes
To copy a matte color
To copy the color matte parameters from another color matte, use the
following procedure.
1
The color correction function allows you to adjust the overall color balance
of images, or correct the white balance for different lighting color
temperatures.
You can apply color correction to the signal input to any one of the
primary input connectors (VIDEO INPUT 1 to 8).
Press the MATTES button in the menu control section, to display page
2 of the MATTE menu. (Press the PAGE button to change pages.)
MATTE
FROM
TO
COPY
INTVID
PTN
2/2
INT V
BORD
EXEC
Matte
1
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
Notes
• Color correction settings cannot be saved in a snapshot.
• The color correction function cannot be used for the effect patterns
numbered 2261, 2264, 2267, 2269, and 2279.
F5
2
3
Press the F1(FROM) button, to select the color matte to be copied.
4
Press the F3(COPY) button, to carry out the copy.
Press the F2(TO) button, to select the color matte to which you want to
make the copy.
Procedure
To adjust the color balance with the color correction function, use the
following procedure.
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3
4
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
1
2
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
EFFECT
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
P IN P
1
2
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
DOWN
0
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
1
2
Press the CCR button in the delegation section, turning it on.
3
Press the CCR button in the menu control section, turning it on, to
display the color correction menu (CCR).
Press one of the AUXILIARY buttons, turning it on, to select the bus
to which the color adjustment applies.
CCR
Gain
Hue
Offset
HueRot
Gamma
1/1
0-100
0-99
0-100
0-99
0-100
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
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Adjusting Image Colors — Color Correction
4
Freezing an Input Image — Frame Memory
Function
Watching the image on the monitor, turn the F1 to F5 knobs to adjust
the color.
Using the frame memory function, you can capture a “freeze frame” from
input video or store a still frame. You can then use this still image as a
video source.
F1(Gain): adjust the chrominance gain (the depth of the colors).
F2(Hue): adjust the hue.
Note
When F3(Offset) is set to its minimum value of zero, turning the
F2(Hue) knob has no effect on the hue.
Procedure
To capture a freeze frame in memory, use the following procedure.
F3(Offset): vary the adjustment range of the F2(Hue) knob.
The larger the value of “Offset,” the wider the range of color
adjustment. A smaller value for “Offset” means that the F2(Hue)
knob can be used for fine adjustment.
F4(HueRot): set the hue.
F5(Gamma): adjust the gamma value of the luminance signal.
2 5 1,6
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
3
4
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
FREEZ
MIX
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
EFFECT
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
7
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
1
2
3
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
0
AUTO
TRANS
DOWN
UP
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To turn off the color correction function
In the menu control section press the CCR button, turning it off.
LUM
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
1
2
3
If the FREEZ button is lit, press it, turning it off.
4
Press the MEMORY button in the BACKGROUND bus button row,
turning it on.
5
• To capture a frame from still video, press the FRAME button turning
it on.
• To capture a field from moving video, leave the FRAME button off.
(Pressing the FRAME button toggles it on and off.)
6
Press the FREEZ button, turning it on, to capture the image. (For
capture from a moving video input, press the FREEZ button at the
point you want to capture.)
In the delegation section press the MEMORY button, turning it on.
Press one of the AUXILIARY buttons, turning it on, to select the input
video signal.
The captured image appears on the output bus, and is written to
memory.
Note
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Even if other than MEMORY is selected on the BACKGROUND bus
buttons, you can still capture the selected image with an AUXILIARY
button.
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Freezing an Input Image — Frame Memory Function
Recalling a freeze frame saved in memory
In the BACKGROUND or FOREGROUND bus button row, press
MEMORY, turning it on.
Fade-to-Black
The fade-to-black allows you to gradually fade the image on the preview
monitor (the background image) until it is completely black.
To carry out a fade-to-black
Note
When the unit is powered off, the saved frame is lost from memory.
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
AUXILIARY
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
CCR
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
INS
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
Press the FADE TO BLACK button in the fade-to-black/downstream key
section.
During the transition, the FADE TO BLACK button lights amber, and
when the transition completes (when the image is completely black), lights
red.
To end a fade-to-black
When the FADE TO BLACK button is lit red (the screen is black), press
the FADE TO BLACK button. The output gradually changes from black to
the image selected on the BACKGROUND bus buttons.
To reverse the direction of a fade-to-black transition during
execution
During the transition (while the FADE TO BLACK button is lit amber),
press the FADE TO BLACK button.
This immediately reverses the direction of the transition.
Setting the fade-to-black transition time
Follow the procedure in the section “Setting the Transition Time” (page 351).
To change the color from black
Follow the procedure in the section “Adjusting Color Mattes” (page 3-57).
To prohibit a fade-to-black
See F4 in the section “Control Panel Setup (page 5/8)” (page 6-10).
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4
Advanced Operations
Changing Direct Pattern Assignments
You can change the effect patterns assigned to the buttons 0 to 9 and
P IN P/RST. Doing so allows you to select frequently used patterns simply
by pressing the corresponding buttons in direct pattern selection mode.
To change the direct pattern assignment
To change the direct pattern assignment to the buttons 0 to 9 and P IN P/
RST, use the following procedure.
PATTERN NUMBER display window
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
1
4
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
INS
DSK PVW
DSK
RST
ENTER
4
PATTERN/KEY PAD
2,4 3
1
Press the SET button.
The button lights, and the unit enters pattern number entry mode.
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2
Use buttons 0 to 9 to enter the pattern number you want to assign to a
button.
For more information about pattern numbers, see the section “Effect Pattern
Image List” (page A-29).
The number you enter appears in the PATTERN NUMBER display
window.
3
4
Press the ENTER button.
While holding down the DIRECT PATTERN button, press the button
(0 to 9, or P IN P/RST) to which you want to assign the pattern.
The button you pressed lights, and the pattern number entered in step 2
is assigned to the button.
To restore the default assignments (direct pattern reinitialization)
After changing pattern assignments, you can restore the factory default
assignments shown in “Example Effects” (page 3-18).
To return all of the buttons 0 to 9 and P IN P/RST to their factory default
assignments, use the following procedure.
Press the SET UP button.
2
3
4
5
Press the PAGE button to display page 6/8.
In addition to the internal effect patterns, you can also create usercustomized effect patterns. These are referred to as “user program effects.”
With standard equipment you can save a maximum of 40 effects. You use
these effect patterns in the same way as the internal patterns, using the
assigned number.
Constructing a User Program Effect
You build a user program effect from key frames, which show an outline
of the animation.
A user effect can consist of up to eight key frames, numbered from 1 to 8.
When you execute the effect, it runs through the key frames in sequence,
starting from the highest numbered, and ending on key frame 1.
Therefore, when creating the effect you save the movement in the reverse
direction (with the image selected on the foreground bus moving outside
the screen).
By pressing the REVERSE button, turning it on, you can execute the effect
in the reverse order of the created key frames. You can adjust the interval
between key frames by a menu setting.
When you execute a user program effect, the interval between key frames
is automatically interpolated using spline curves, producing a smooth
effect. You can also adjust the smoothness of the spline curves (i.e. the
movement) when executing the effect.
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The setup menu appears.
Press the F4(KEYPAD) button to set it to “ON”.
Key frame 1
Key frame 2
Press the F5(EXEC) button.
Effect created by interpolation
Key frame 1
Press the F3(OK) button.
Key
frame 2
This returns all of the assignments to the 0 to 9 and P IN P/RST buttons
to their factory default settings.
If you execute a user program effect that consists of a single key frame, the
result is that the foreground image appears against the background image,
subjected only to the effect defined for key frame 1.
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Types of User Program Effect
Modification Parameters
There are four types of user program effects. The four types must be
registered saved in the pattern number ranges shown below.
You can adjust key frames, using the effect control section and location
section to set the parameters described on pages 4-6 and 4-7.
Effect type
• If you specify a linear user program effect number, the following three
pages appear in the menu display.
Page 1/3: Rot-X, Rot-Y, Rot-Z, Pers
Page 2/3: Loc-X, Loc-Y, Loc-Z, KfDur
You can control Loc-X, Loc-Y, and Loc-Z from the location
section.
Page 3/3: key frame temporary storage
Pattern number
Linear
Nonlinear
Transition
9000 to 9009
Animation
9100 to 9109
Transition
9200 to 9209
Animation
9300 to 9309
Linear: effects built from rotation, magnification, and movement of the
x-, y-, and z-axes
For details of the modification parameters, see page 4-6.
Nonlinear: modifications of the page turn, page roll, and sphere effects,
together with z-axis rotation, magnification, and movement
For details of the modification parameters, see page 4-7.
Transition effects: effects which accomplish a transition from one scene
to another. After the effect completes, the background image (B) and
foreground image (F) are interchanged.
Key frame 1
Menu display
B
Key frame 2
Key frame 3
Control knobs
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• If you specify a nonlinear user program effect number, the following
three pages appear in the menu display.
Page 1/3: Angle, Offset, Rot-Z, Radius, FORM
Page 2/3: Loc-X, Loc-Y, Loc-Z, KfDur
You can control Loc-X, Loc-Y, and Loc-Z from the location
section.
Page 3/3: key frame temporary storage
Location section
Key frame 4
Example of a transition user program effect
USER PGM
When you execute an effect saved as shown above in the “normal”
direction (with the REV button off), the key frames go in the sequence
from 4 to 1.
Animation effects: effects in which the foreground image (F) remains on
the background image (B). You can vary the shape of the foreground
image, or move it about the screen.
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
F5
SET
N/R
BLACK
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
P IN P
F
Key frame 2
Key frame 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
FADE
TO
BLACK
AUTO
TRANS
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
F
B
BLACK
DSK PVW
CUT
1
F
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
7
FOREGROUND
Key frame 1
REV
LAST X
BACKGROUND
F
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
Key frame 4
Example of an animation user program effect
When you execute an animation effect saved as shown above in the
“normal” direction (with the REV button off), again the key frames go in
the sequence from 4 to 1.
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Parameters for linear user program effects (9000 to 9009 and 9100 to 9109)
Controls and parameters
Impression of parameter adjustment
Parameters for nonlinear user program effects (9200 to 9209 and 9300 to 9309)
Controls and parameters
Joystick, Loc-Y knob
Movement along y-axis
Joystick, Loc-Y knob
Movement along y-axis
Location section, Z-knob, Loc-Z knob
Magnification
Location section, Z-knob
Loc-Z knob
Magnification
Rot-X knob
Rotation about the x-axis
Angle knob
Direction of folding
Rot-Y knob
Rotation about the y-axis
OFFSET knob
Degree of modification
Rot-Z knob
Rotation about the z-axis
Rot-Z knob
Rotation about the z-axis
Pers knob
Perspective adjustment
Radius knob
Tightness of winding
Impression of parameter adjustment
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Joystick, Loc-X knob
Movement along x-axis
Joystick, Loc-X knob
Movement along x-axis
FORM (F5 button)
Type of modification
KfDur
Time interval from one key frame to the next. (Not valid for key frame 1)
(See page 4-9.)
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Displaying parameter values
About the key frame duration
The numerical values of the parameters appear in the menu.
The KfDur value (key frame duration) for key frame n corresponds to the
interval between key frame n and key frame n+1. Therefore, if the settings
are as follows:
Numerical parameter values
Parameter
Function
Value range
Default
Loc-X
Movement along x-axis
–800 to +800 a)
0
Loc-Y
Movement along y-axis
–600 to +600 b)
0
Loc-Z
Magnification
0 to 200
100
KfDur
Key frame duration
1 to 100
50
Rot-X
Rotation about the x-axis
–400 to +400 c)
0
Rot-Y
Rotation about the y-axis
–400 to +400 c)
0
Rot-Z
Rotation about the z-axis
–400 to +400 c)
0
Pers
Perspective
0 to 400
200
Angle
Direction of folding
–100 to +100 c)
20
Offset
Degree of modification
0 to 200
0
c)
Rotation about the z-axis
–400 to +400
Radius
Radius
0 to 100
0
FORM
Type of modification
TURN, ROLL, SPHERE d)
TURN
600 corresponds to the full width of the screen.
300 corresponds to the full height of the screen.
100 corresponds to 360 degrees.
For SPHERE, the Angle and the Radius parameter do not function.
• To reset all of the parameters, hold down the INITIAL button, and press
the PATTERN ADJ button.
The initial values of the parameters are for an unmodified image
occupying the whole screen.
• To reset all of the parameters on a particular page, hold down the
INITIAL button, and press the PAGE button.
• To reset a particular parameter only, press the corresponding function
button while holding down the INITIAL button.
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Key frame 4 t 3 ... 25 frames
Key frame 3 t 2 ... 25 frames
Key frame 2 t 1 ... 50 frames
Setting the type of interpolation
When executing the effect, using the F1 button in the menu, you can set
the type of interpolation between key frames as follows:
Lin: linear interpolation
S-Lin: S-curve interpolation
Spln: spline interpolation
V-Spln: parameterized spline interpolation
If you select V-Spln, with the F2(Tens) knob you can adjust the tension of
the spline curve in the range –100 to +100. This controls the smoothness,
with the initial value 0 and –100 giving the smoothest result.
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The interval between key frames 1 and 2 is twice that between the other
pairs of frames. For example, if the transition duration is set to 100 frames,
the transition will proceed as follows:
0
Rot-Z
a)
b)
c)
d)
Key frame 1 ... not effective
Key frame 2 ... KfDur 100
Key frame 3 ... KfDur 50
Key frame 4 ... KfDur 50
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Creating New User Program Effects
Press the EDIT button.
The button lights, the system enters user program edit mode, and the
monitor shows the image (key frame 1) selected on the
FOREGROUND bus buttons. This is because for a new effect, key
frame 1 is saved as an unmodified, full-screen foreground.
To create a new user program effect, use the following procedure.
STATUS display window
EDIT display window
5
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
5
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
4,7
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
INS
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
FOREGROUND
BLACK
When creating a transition effect, see the section “Notes on creating a
transition user program effect” below.
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
1
6
2
3
6
Press the SET button.
Linear
Nonlinear
Pattern number
Transition
9000 to 9009
Animation
9100 to 9109
Transition
9200 to 9209
Animation
9300 to 9309
The number you entered appears in the PATTERN NUMBER display
window.
Press the ENTER button.
The STATUS display window should show “1”. If it shows any value
other than “1” this means that there are already a number of key frames
assigned to this number.
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When you have saved all the required key frames, press the EDIT
button once more.
The button goes off, and the created user program effect is now ready
to be used.
Notes on creating a transition user program effect
• Make key frame 1 an unmodified full-screen image. (In a new pattern,
key frame 1 is automatically saved as a full-screen image.)
• In the last key frame, make the background image completely disappear.
(Either make it of zero size, or move it outside the screen area.) This will
make the created effect smoother.
• For the linear PERS parameter and the nonlinear FORM parameter, the
key frames must all have the same value. The value saved in the last key
frame is used for all key frames.
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3
By repeating steps 5 and 6 (making parameter settings and adding key
frame with the LAST X/INS button), you can create the required
sequence of key frame (maximum eight).
The STATUS display window shows the number of saved key frames.
Using the numeric buttons, enter the pattern number of the user
program effect to be created.
If you enter a number outside the user program effect range, an audible
warning sounds in step 4. (The warning sounds only if the item
BEEPER on page 5 of the setup menu is set to ON.)
When you have the image you want to save, press the LAST X/INS
button.
This creates key frame 2 with the parameters set in step 5, and saves
the key frame after key frame 1. A “2” appears in the EDIT display
window and STATUS display window.
If this is an animation effect, instead of the LAST X/INS button, you
can press the ENTER button to save the key frame created with the
parameters set in step 5 as key frame 1 (thus modifying key frame 1).
This is because an animation effect is allowed to have key frame 1
different from an unmodified foreground image.
PATTERN NUMBER display window
1
2
In the menu, set the parameters, and create key frame 2.
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
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To change the key frame parameters
Editing User Program Effects
You can recall a created user program effect, and change its parameters, or
add, delete, or copy key frames.
STATUS display window
After carrying out the procedure to step 4 in the section “To recall a user
program effect” above, use the following procedure.
5
Press the UP or DOWN button in the pattern/numeric keypad, so that
the number of the key frame for which you want to change the
parameters appears in the EDIT display window.
6
7
Change the parameters in the menu.
EDIT display window
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
SNAP SHOT
4,8
STATUS EDIT
6
EDITOR
LUM
LUM
GPI
CRK
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
SOFT
RECALL
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
LEARN
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
SET
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
7
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
8
9
5
6
AUTO
TRANS
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
INS
This saves the changed key frame parameters.
DSK PVW
Repeat steps 5, 6, and 7, to change the key frame parameters in all
desired key frames in turn.
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
1
SET
N/R
Press the ENTER button.
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
2
3,7
5
8
When all the changes are made, EDIT button.
The button goes off, and the modified user program effect is resaved.
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To recall a user program effect
Use the following procedure.
1
2
Press the SET button.
Use buttons 0 to 9 to enter the user program effect number.
The number you entered appears in the PATTERN NUMBER display
window.
3
Press the ENTER button.
The STATUS display window shows the number of key frames in the
user program effect you specified in step 2.
4
Press the EDIT button.
The button lights, and the editing screen for the user program effect
you specified in step 2 (the image selected on the FOREGROUND bus
buttons) appears.
The STATUS display window shows the number of key frames saved
in the user program effect.
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Adding a key frame
When you have added all the key frames, press the EDIT button.
The button goes off, and the user program effect is resaved with the
added key frames.
Example: Adding a key frame after key frame 3
Undefined key frames
A
B
C
D
E
1
2
3
4
5
Deleting a key frame
6
7
8
Example: Deleting key frame 3
STATUS display window = 5
EDIT display window = 3
C’
Key frame to delete
Adding a key frame (before addition)
After carrying out the procedure to step 4 in the section “To recall a user
program effect” on the page 4-12, use the following procedure.
5
Set the parameters in the menu.
Example: Adding a key frame after key frame 3
Undefined key frames
C
D
E
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
STATUS display window = 5
EDIT display window = 3
Deleting a key frame (before deletion)
After carrying out the procedure to step 4 in the section “To recall a user
program effect” on the page 4-12, use the following procedure.
5
Press the UP or DOWN button in the pattern/numeric keypad, so that
the number of the key frame you want to delete (key frame 3 in the
example above) appears in the EDIT display window.
6
Press the DEL button. (To prevent you from inadvertently deleting a
key frame, you must hold the button down for at least 0.5 seconds.)
Press the LAST X/INS button.
This inserts a new key frame with the parameters you set in step 6 after
the key frame specified in step 5, and the number of key frames shown
in the STATUS display window increases by 1.
B
1
An alarm sounds, and the key frame you specified in step 5 is deleted.
The number of key frames shown in the STATUS display window
decreases by 1.
Example: Deleting key frame 3
A
B
C
C'
D
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
STATUS display window = 6
EDIT display window = 4
Adding a key frame (after addition)
Repeat steps 5 to 7 as required to add more key frames.
Undefined key frames
8
A
B
D
E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
STATUS display window = 4
EDIT display window = 3
Deleting a key frame (after deletion)
Repeat steps 5 and 6 as required to delete more key frames.
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7
Press the UP or DOWN button in the pattern/numeric keypad, so that
the number of the key frame before where you want to insert the new
frame (key frame 3 in the example above) appears in the EDIT display
window.
A
Undefined key frames
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When you have deleted all the desired key frames, press the EDIT
button.
The button goes off, and the user program effect is resaved without the
deleted key frames.
Temporarily saving key frame data (temporary assignment function)
While editing user program effects, you can temporarily assign key frame
data to keypad numeric buttons. This makes it easy to recall the data for
use in changing or adding key frames. You can save 10 sets of data each
for linear and nonlinear effects, for a total of 20 key frames.
To save key frame data
Use the following procedure.
1
2
3
4
Press the EDIT button to switch to user program edit mode.
Copying a key frame
You can use the temporary assignment function to copy data from one key
frame to another.
Use the following procedure.
1
For details see “To recall a user program effect” (page 4-12).
2
Press the UP or DOWN button in the pattern/numeric keypad until the
number of the key frame you want to copy from appears in the EDIT
display window.
3
4
Display page 3/3 of the menu.
Adjust the parameters in the menu, to create the key frame.
5
6
Press the EDIT button, turning it off, and exit user program edit mode.
Recall the user program effect to which you want to copy, and press
the EDIT button, turning it on.
Note
To recall a key frame
Use the following procedure.
1
2
3
7
Press the UP or DOWN button in the pattern/numeric keypad, until the
number of the key frame you want to copy to appears in the EDIT
display window.
Hold down the F2(CpFrm+) button, and press a numeric button in the
pattern/numeric keypad.
8
In page 3/3 of the menu, hold down the F2(CpFrm+) button, and press
the numeric button in which you saved the key frame in step 4.
This recalls the temporarily saved key frame.
9
Press the ENTER button.
Press the EDIT button to switch to user program edit mode.
Display page 3/3 of the menu.
Notes
• You cannot use a linear key frame in a nonlinear effect, nor a nonlinear
key frame in a linear effect.
• The key frames temporarily saved in numeric buttons are lost when the
DFS-700/700P is powered off.
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The copy destination must be a user program effect of the same type
(linear or nonlinear) as the copy source.
This copies the key frame data to the destination.
10When the copy is completed, press the EDIT button, turning it off.
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The indication for the selected number in the menu changes from “–”
to “*”, and this saves the key frame temporarily.
Hold down the F1(CpTo+) button, and press a numeric button in the
pattern/numeric keypad.
The indication for the selected number in the menu changes from “–”
to “*”, and this saves the key frame temporarily.
Display page 3/3 of the menu.
Hold down the F1(CpTo+) button, and press a numeric button in the
pattern/numeric keypad.
Recall the user program effect you want to copy from, and press the
EDIT button, turning it on.
DFS-700/700P
User Program Effects
Executing User Program Effects
Deleting All User Program Effects
You execute a user program effect in the same way as a built-in effect, by
entering the pattern number.
Transitions between the key frames in user program effect are smooth
because spline interpolation is used to generate intermediate effects. You
can control the smoothness of transitions by adjusting the spline curve.
To execute a user program effect, use the following procedure. Except for
step 4, the procedure is the same as for executing a built-in effect by
specifying the pattern number.
STATUS display window
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
To delete all user program effects, use the following procedure.
1
Press the SET UP button.
The setup menu appears.
2
3
4
Press the PAGE button, to display page 6/8.
Press the F4(USRPGM) button, to set it to “ON”.
Press the F5(EXEC) button.
A confirmation message appears.
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
4
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
EFFECT
DSK
FTB
TRANS RATE
CCR
AUXILIARY
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
5
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
F5
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
LAST X
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
7
4
1
9
5
6
INS
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
8
DSK
2
5
3,5
To go ahead and delete all user program effects, press F3(OK); to
cancel press F5(CANCEL).
When you press F3, all of the saved user program effects are deleted.
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
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1
2
3
Select the background and foreground images.
Press the SET button.
In the pattern/numeric keypad, enter the user program effect number
with buttons 0 to 9 and press ENTER.
The STATUS display window shows the number of key frames in the
effect.
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4
If necessary, use F1 button and F2 knob to adjust the smoothness of
the transition.
5
6
Set the duration and direction of the transition as required.
Execute the effect with the fader lever or AUTO TRANS button.
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Snapshots
This unit’s snapshot function allows you to save the control panel state,
and recall it whenever necessary.
You can save up to one hundred control panel states in snapshot registers
in the processor numbered from 0 to 99.
When you recall a saved snapshot, the control panel settings all change
automatically.
The following are the settings which you can save in a snapshot.
Operational section
Settings
Primary cross-point bus
section
Signal selected by the FOREGROUND bus buttons
Saving a Snapshot
To save a snapshot, use the following procedure.
Note
The unit is shipped with snapshots saved in registers 0 to 99. By carrying
out the following procedure you overwrite these settings.
SNAP SHOT number display
Signal selected by the BACKGROUND bus buttons
Signal selected by the TITLE1 SOURCE bus button
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
Signal selected by the TITLE2 SOURCE bus button
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
Signal selected by the DSK FILL bus button
Signal selected by the SUPER BG bus button
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
AUXILIARY
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
FRAME
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
Signal selected by the MEMORY bus button
FREEZ
MIX
EFFECT
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
BACKGROUND
Transition direction (REVERSE button setting)
BLACK
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
SET
N/R
1
INT
VIDEO
TITLE
INT
VIDEO
CUT
Specified pattern number
All settings
TITLE section
All settings
Color matte colors
DSK section
All settings
Effect control section
User modifiable effect parameter settings
EDGE section
All settings
Location section
All settings
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
8
9
INS
4
5
6
DEL
1
2
3
P IN P
BLACK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
0
DOWN
UP
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DSK
3
4
1
1
Set the buttons and controls on the control panel so that it is configured
to the state you want to save.
2
Press the LEARN button.
Note
The button lights, and the pattern/numeric keypad is ready to accept a
snapshot number.
The color corrector settings and fader lever position are not saved in a
snapshot.
3
With the buttons 0 to 9, enter the snapshot number you want to save (0
to 99).
You can use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the number
displayed.
4
Press the ENTER button.
This saves the current settings in the snapshot register.
To cancel the snapshot saving operation
In step 4, press the LEARN button instead of the ENTER button. The
LEARN button goes out and the operation is canceled.
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MATTES section
REV
7
FOREGROUND
FRAME button setting
LIGHTING section
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
LAST X
Transition time
Pattern/numeric keypad
2
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
Signal selected by the FRGD 2 bus button
Effect transition section
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
DFS-700/700P
Snapshots
Use the following procedure.
Recalling a Snapshot
1
To recall a snapshot, use the following procedure.
This switches to direct recall mode.
SNAP SHOT number display
USER PGM
1 TITLE 2
DSK
EDGE
LUM
TRAIL
SHADOW
2
SNAP SHOT
STATUS EDIT
EDITOR
LUM
GPI
CRK
SET UP
MASK
SHIFT
CCR
LUM
CRK
MASK
BORDER BEVELD
EDGE
MASK
INITIAL
EDIT
RECALL
PATTERN
ADJ
PAGE
F1
F2
F3
F4
FTB
CCR
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
SOURCE SOURCE
DSK
FILL
SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY
F5
EFFECT
DSK
TRANS RATE
AUXILIARY
FRAME
FREEZ
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
MIX
EFFECT
LOCATION
HOLD
INPUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BACKGROUND
BLACK
1
TITLE
SET
N/R
7
4
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
CUT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
INT
VIDEO
AUTO
TRANS
REV
DIRECT DIRECT
RECALL PATTERN
1
This recalls the snapshot.
9
5
6
INS
0
2
DOWN
3
UP
DSK PVW
FADE
TO
BLACK
DEL
DSK
RST
ENTER
PATTERN/KEY PAD
3
4
To leave the primary cross-point bus section settings unaltered, press
the HOLD INPUT button, turning it on.
To cancel the snapshot recall operation
In step 4, press the LEARN button instead of the ENTER button. The
LEARN button goes out and the operation is canceled.
Returning to the previous image with the LAST X function
To return to the state before recalling a snapshot, use the following
procedure.
1
Press the RECALL button in the snapshot section, turning it on.
Alternatively, press the DIRECT RECALL button, turning it on.
2
Hold down the ENTER button in the pattern/numeric keypad, and
press the LAST X button.
Press the RECALL button.
The button lights, and the pattern/numeric keypad is ready to accept a
snapshot number.
3
With the buttons 0 to 9, enter the snapshot number you want to recall.
You can use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the number
displayed.
4
Press the ENTER button.
This recalls the specified snapshot, and the control panel settings all
change correspondingly.
If, however, you turned the HOLD INPUT button on in step 1, the
settings of the primary cross-point bus section do not change.
Direct Snapshot Recall
You can recall snapshots 0 to 9 with a single button operation.
Snapshot Demonstration
You can automatically show all of snapshots 0 to 99 in sequence.
You can use this function for checking the snapshots, and also in the same
manner as the factory setting demonstration (see page 3-8).
The snapshot registers and factory setting demonstration registers are
separate. Even after changing the settings in the snapshot registers, you can
still run the factory setting demonstration unchanged.
To start the demonstration
Hold down buttons 1 and 9 in the pattern/numeric keypad, and press the
AUTO TRANS button in the effect transition section.
This plays back the snapshots in sequence, starting from the snapshot
whose number is specified at the time. During the demonstration, the
buttons on the pattern/numeric keypad light in turn in the clockwise
direction.
• The HOLD INPUT button setting also applies to the demonstration.
• During the demonstration, the control panel does not accept any
operations other than pressing the AUTO TRANS button.
To end the demonstration
Press the AUTO TRANS button once more.
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2
1
8
P IN P
1
FOREGROUND
BLACK
Press the one of buttons 0 to 9 corresponding to the snapshot you want
to recall.
PATTERN NUMBER
SET
LAST X
BLACK
2
1
LEARN
SOFT
LIGHTING MATTES BORDER
In the pattern/numeric keypad, press the DIRECT RECALL button,
turning it on.
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Chapter
Reinitializing the Snapshots
By reinitializing the snapshot registers, you can return them all to their
factory defaults.
Use the following procedure.
1
Press the SET UP button.
The setup menu appears.
2
3
4
Control From Editing
Control Units
Press the PAGE button to display page 6/8.
Press the F2(SNAP) button, to set it to “ON”.
Press the F5(EXEC) button.
A confirmation message appears.
5
5
To go ahead and reinitialize all snapshots, press F3(OK); to cancel
press F5(CANCEL).
When you press F3, all of the snapshots are returned to their factory
defaults.
Control From the PVE-500
You can combine the DFS-700/700P with the PVE-500 Editing Control
Unit to carry out A/B roll editing using two players and one recorder.
The PVE-500 controls the DFS-700/700P using PVE-500 control signals
and GPI signals.
Chapter 4 Advanced Operations
Note
For details of preread editing, see the section “Preread Editing” (page 514).
Control using PVE-500 control signals
You can control the following DFS-700/700P functions using 9-pin serial
control signals from the PVE-500. Input these signals to the EDITOR
connector on the rear panel of the DFS-700/700P.
• Selecting the background image (FROM source) and foreground image
(TO source)
• Setting the transition duration
• Executing auto transitions
• Automatic snapshot (when you save editing data on the PVE-500, DFS700/700P snapshots are saved and recalled automatically.)
For more information about controlling these functions, refer to the PVE-500
Operating Instructions.
Downstream key control using GPI signals
You can use GPI pulse signals from the PVE-500 to turn the DFS-700/
700P downstream key function on or off on the falling edge of a pulse.
Input the GPI signals to the T2 connector on the DFS-700/700P.
DFS-700/700P
For details of GPI signal timing, see page 5-13.
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Control From the PVE-500
Preparations
A/B Roll Editing
Make the following preparations to control the DFS-700/700P from the
PVE-500.
On the DFS-700/700P
• In page 1 of the setup menu, set F3(PORTS) to “PVE-500”.
• To accept 9-pin serial control signals, press the EDITOR button on the
control panel, turning it on. To accept GPI signals, press the GPI button,
turning it on.
(When the DFS-700/700P is powered on, it accepts either 9-pin serial
control signals or GPI signals.)
Signal flow
The flow of signals in A/B roll editing is shown below.
For more information about connections, see “Connections for an A/B Roll
Editing System” (page 6-5).
Recorder VCR
Player VCR A
FROM source signal
(background video)
On the recorder VCR
• Set the recorder VCR so that it enters PB (playback) mode when stopped.
(If the VCR has a selector for PB or PB/EE, set it to PB.)
• If the VCR has a built-in TBC, set the VCR to DELAYED SYNC mode.
VIDEO INPUT
PGM OUT
VIDEO INPUT
On the PVE-500
Using the setup menu, make the following settings.
For more information about using the setup menu, refer to the PVE-500
Operating Instructions.
• Set the switcher type (menu item SEtUP-20) to 500. (The factory default
setting is 500.)
• If you want to use the automatic snapshot function, set snapshot control
(menu item SEtUP-21) to On. (The factory default setting is OFF.)
TO source (foreground
video) signal
Control signals
DFS-700/700P
Control signals
Player VCR B
Control signals
Control signals
PVE-500
Note
To perform a cut edit by controlling the DFS-700/700P from the PVE-500,
use the following procedure.
For this operation, refer also to the PVE-500 Operating Instructions.
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1
2
3
Press the A/B button on the PVE-500 turning it off.
4
Conduct a preview as required, and execute the edit.
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Control Units
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Control Units
To improve editing accuracy, supply a reference sync signal to the PVE-500 and VCRs
from the BLACK BURST OUT connectors on the DFS-700/700P.
Cut Editing
Signal flow in A/B roll editing
Select the player VCR as the FROM source.
Set the IN and OUT points for the FROM source and recorder, in any
order.
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Control From the BVE-600
Control From the PVE-500
You can combine the DFS-700/700P with a BVE-600 Editing Control Unit
to carry out A/B roll editing using two players and one recorder.
The BVE-600 controls the DFS-700/700P using the GPI trigger signals T1
and T2.
Procedure
To perform A/B roll editing by controlling the DFS-700/700P from the
PVE-500, use the following procedure.
Read this in conjunction with the PVE-500 Operating Instructions.
1
2
On the PVE-500, press the A/B button, turning it on.
3
Set the IN and OUT points for the FROM source, the TO source, and
the recorder, in any order.
On the PVE-500, select the FROM source and TO source.
The FROM source corresponds to the background on the DFS-700/
700P, and the TO source corresponds to the foreground.
Note
Because the DFS-700/700P has a built-in frame synchronizer, output
of player VCR edit points set on the PVE-500 is delayed by 1 frame,
so that recording begins with the previous frame. However, recorder
edit points are not delayed.
4
On the PVE-500, press the TRANS button, turning it on, and set the
transition duration.
5
On the DFS-700/700P, select the effect and make other settings as
required.
Note that the transition duration set on the PVE-500 takes priority.
6
Conduct a preview as required and execute the edit.
,
FROM source OUT point
TO source IN point
Recorder video
Player A video
Player B video
Transition duration
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Recorder and TO
source OUT points
Recorder video
Preparations
Make the following preparations to control the DFS-700/700P from the
BVE-600.
For details of operation, refer to the BVE-600 Operating Instructions.
On the DFS-700/700P
• In page 1 of the setup menu, set F3(PORTS) to “BVE-600”.
• Press the EDITOR button on the control panel, turning it on.
(This button is lit when the DFS-700/700P is powered on.)
On the recorder VCR
• Set the recorder VCR so that it enters PB (playback) mode when stopped.
(If the VCR has a selector for PB or PB/EE, set it to PB.)
• If the VCR has a built-in TBC, set the VCR to DELAYED SYNC mode.
On the BVE-600
On the rear panel, set S502 DIP switch 3 and S503 DIP switch 2 to the
lower position (OFF), and power the BVE-600 on again.
When the unit is shipped from the factory, all DIP switches are set to the
upper position (ON).
Notes
• To display the background image during or after a transition, press an
appropriate BACKGROUND bus button on the DFS-700/700P.
• Because the DFS-700/700P has a built-in frame synchronizer, output of
player VCR edit points set on the BVE-600 is delayed by 1 frame, so that
recording begins with the previous frame. However, recorder edit points
are not delayed. For example, if the IN point of the player VCR is set to
00:00:10:15, actual recording begins from 00:00:10:14.
• The timing of the start of a transition is delayed by two frames from the
BVE-600 setting.
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Control Units
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Control Units
The edit is recorded as shown below.
Recorder and FROM
source IN points
Notes
• You cannot use the built-in switcher of the BVE-600 (BKE-611/612/621/
622) when you are using the DFS-700/700P.
• For details of preread editing, see the section “Preread Editing” (page 514).
DFS-700/700P
Control From the BVE-600
Timing of the trigger (T1/T2) signals
A/B Roll Editing
The timing of the trigger signals output by the BVE-600 is as follows.
Signal flow
VCRs start IN point
Player VCR A
OUT point VCRs stop
Effect start point
Recorder VCR
Player A
Player B
Background bus
video
VIDEO
INPUT
DFS-700/700P
Recorder
T1
PGM OUT
Player VCR B
Foreground bus
video
T2
VIDEO
INPUT
T1 signal
T2 signal
PGM OUT
signal
Background bus image
Foreground bus image
Effect
execution
(transition)
Preroll
Control signal
Control signal
A-roll period
Postroll
B-roll period
Control signal
BVE-600
Timing of trigger signals in A/B roll editing
Note
To improve editing accuracy, supply a reference sync signal to the BVE-600 and VCRs
from the BLACK BURST OUT connectors on the DFS-700/700P.
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Control Units
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Control Units
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Control From the BVE-900/2000 Series
You can combine the DFS-700/700P with a BVE-900/910 or BVE-2000
Series Editing Control Unit to carry out A/B roll editing using two players
and one recorder.
Downstream key control using GPI signals
You can use signals from the GPI output connector on the BVE-900/910/
2000 to turn the DFS-700/700P downstream key function on and off. Input
the GPI signals to the T2 connector on the rear panel of the DFS-700/
700P. (The BVE-2000 can also use 9-pin serial control signals to turn the
downstream key on and off and to set the transition duration.)
For details of preread editing, see the section “Preread Editing” (page 5-14).
Connectable editing control units
To control the DFS-700/700P, the BVE-900/910/2000 and optional BKE913 board (for BVE-900/910) must have the following ROM versions or
higher.
BVE-900
Ver. 1.11 or later
BVE-900 with BKE-900K
Ver. 2.01 or later
BVE-910
Ver. 1.02 or later
BKE-913
Ver. 1.06 or later
BVE-2000
Ver. 1.10 or later
Control using editor control signals
Notes
• It is not possible to load and save user program effects or snapshots from
the BVE-900/910.
• KEY FADE IN and KEY FADE OUT cannot be used. Also, KEY WIPE
OUT and KEY MIX OUT can only be used with versions 2.24 and later
of the BVE-2000.
When using KEY WIPE OUT, the effect must be executed in the reverse
direction.
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Make the following preparations to control the DFS-700/700P from the
BVE-900/2000-series editor.
For details about operation, refer to the Operating Instructions or User’s Guide
supplied with the editor.
On the DFS-700/700P
• In page 1 of the setup menu, set F3(PORTS) to “PVE-500”.
• To accept 9-pin serial control signals, press the EDITOR button on the
control panel, turning it on. To accept GPI signals, press the GPI button,
turning it on.
(When the DFS-700/700P is powered on, it accepts either 9-pin serial
control signals or GPI signals.)
• To improve editing accuracy, supply a reference sync signal to the VCRs
and editing control unit from the BLACK BURST OUT connectors on
the DFS-700/700P.
On the recorder VCR
Set the recorder VCR so that it enters PB (playback) mode when stopped.
(If the VCR has a selector for PB or PB/EE, set it to PB.)
On the BKE-900/910
Set the PVW (preview) mode to EE.
• BVE-900 with no BKE-900K installed: In SYSTEM SETUP mode, set
BYTE-1 of the MAIN BLOCK INTERFACE parameters to hexadecimal
“01” (EE).
• BVE-910, or BVE-900 with BKE-900K installed: In SYSTEM SETUP
mode, set PVW MODE under SW’ER CONFIGURATION to EE.
On the BVE-2000
• In SYSTEM SETUP mode, set PVW MODE under SW’ER
CONFIGURATION to EE.
• In SYSTEM SETUP mode, set SW’ER TYPE under SW’ER
CONFIGURATION to DFS.
However, for versions 2.24 and later of the BVE-2000, select DFS-700/
700P.
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Control Units
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Control Units
You can control the following DFS-700/700P functions using 9-pin serial
control signals from the BVE-900/910/2000. Input these signals to the
EDITOR connector on the rear panel of the DFS-700/700P. The functions
marked with an asterisk below can only be controlled from the BKE-900
after installation of the optional BKE-900K board.)
• Background image (FROM source) and foreground image (TO source)
selection
• Pattern number selection
• Transition direction (normal or reverse) selection
• Transition duration selection
• Automatic transition execution
• Downstream key on and off
• Snapshot saving and recall*
• Saving and loading DFS-700/700P data (snapshots and user program
effects)*
Preparations
DFS-700/700P
Control Using GPI Signals
Control From the BVE-900/2000 Series
You can combine the DFS-700/700P with any editing control unit capable
of GPI signal output to carry out A/B roll editing using two players and
one recorder.
You can use one GPI signal to execute DFS-700/700P effects, and a
second GPI signal to turn the downstream key function on and off.
Notes on Operation
Editing point delay
Because the DFS-700/700P has a built-in frame synchronizer, output of
player VCR edit points set on the BVE-900/910/2000 is delayed by 1
frame, so that recording begins with the previous frame. However,
recorder edit points are not delayed.
Example: If the IN point of the player VCR is set to 00:00:10:15,
recording begins from 00:00:10:14.
If you are using a BVE-2000 with a ROM version of 2.00 or higher, in
SYSTEM SETUP mode under SYSTEM CONFIGURATION you can set
the DIGITAL EFFECT DELAY item to 01 so that the BVE-2000
compensates for the delay automatically.
Executing effects in the reverse direction
Effect intervals
Make the following preparations to control the DFS-700/700P using GPI
signals output by the editing control unit.
For details about operation, refer to the manuals supplied with your
editing control unit.
On the DFS-700/700P
• In page 1 of the setup menu, set F3(PORTS) to “GPI”.
• Press the EDITOR button on the control panel, turning it on.
(This button is lit when the DFS-700/700P is powered on.)
On the recorder VCR
• Set the recorder VCR so that it enters PB (playback) mode when stopped.
(If the VCR has a selector for PB or PB/EE, set it to PB.)
• If the VCR has a built-in TBC, set the VCR to DELAYED SYNC mode.
On the editing control unit
• Set the GPI signal output timing to 3 frames before the IN point.
• Set the GPI signal pulse length to at least 1 frame.
Notes
• To display the background image during or after a transition, press an
appropriate BACKGROUND bus button on the DFS-700/700P.
• Because the DFS-700/700P has a built-in frame synchronizer, output of
player VCR edit points set on the editing control unit is delayed by 1
frame, so that recording begins with the previous frame. However,
recorder edit points are not delayed. For example, if the IN point of the
player VCR is set to 00:00:10:15, recording begins from 00:00:10:14.
Effects cannot be executed if there is no interval between transitions, as
shown below in figure (a).
Be sure to leave an interval of at least two frames or more between
transitions, as shown in figure (b).
IN
OUT
Transition
Transition
IN
OUT
Transition
(a)
At least two
frames
(b)
Transition
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Minimum interval between transitions
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Control Units
Chapter 5 Control From Editing
Control Units
• To execute an effect in the reverse direction from the BVE-900/910, add
3000 to the DFS-700/700P effect pattern number. However, add 500 to
the pattern numbers of user program effects (pattern numbers 9000 and
above).
Examples:
To execute effect 25 in the reverse direction, specify pattern number
3025.
To execute effect 9203 in the reverse direction, specify pattern number
9703.
• To execute an effect in the reverse direction from the BVE-2000, add a
minus sign (–) before the DFS-700/700P pattern number.
Example:
To execute effect 25 in the reverse direction, specify effect pattern
number –25.
Preparations
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Control Using GPI Signals
Timing of the GPI signal
A/B Roll Editing
The timing of the GPI signal from the editing control unit is as follows.
Signal flow
The flow of signals in A/B roll editing is as follows.
VCRs start IN point
For more information about connections, “see Connections for an A/B Roll
Editing System” (page 6-5).
Player VCR A
Recorder VCR
OUT point
Effect start point
VCRs stop
Player A
Player B
Recorder
GPI signal
Foreground bus
video
VIDEO
INPUT
3 frames
DFS-700/700P
PGM OUT
Player VCR B
Background bus
video
VIDEO
INPUT
PGM OUT
signal
Foreground bus
image
Background bus image
Execution of
effect (transition)
Preroll
GPI signals
A-roll period
Postroll
B-roll period
Control signal
Control signal
Control signal
Timing of GPI signal in A/B roll editing
Editing control unit
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Control Units
If in page 1 of the setup menu you have set F3(PORTS) to “PVE-500” or
“GPI” then you can turn a downstream key on and off using a GPI signal
input to the T2 connector on the DFS-700/700P.
As shown below, the downstream key is turned alternately on and off at
the falling edge of the GPI signal.
Signal flow in A/B roll editing
GPI signal
3 frames
DSK ON
3 frames
DSK OFF
Turning a downstream key on and off — GPI signal timing
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Control Units
Turning a Downstream Key On and Off
Note
To improve editing accuracy, supply a reference sync signal to the editing control unit and
the VCRs from the BLACK BURST OUT connectors on the DFS-700/700P.
DFS-700/700P
Preread Editing
Chapter
Notes on preread editing
• A BVE-2000 Ver. 2.24 or later is recommended as the editor.
In this case, set PREVIEW MODE to FULL, and use a monitor
connected to the DFS-700 PROGRAM OUT.
If using a BVE-2000 earlier than Ver. 2.24 or another editor, previewing
is not possible.
• It is not possible to set the DFS-700 preread mode from the editor.
It must be set manually.
For an editor other than the BVE-2000, it is not possible to set the preread
mode for the VTR. It must be set manually.
• During preread editing, the effect patterns which can be used are
restricted to those for which a title can be used automatically.
• During normal editing the video output is delayed by one frame, but
during preread editing, the video selected on the background bus only is
delayed by 4H.
When carrying out R to P or P to R editing make sure that the background
bus signal is available to the R.
• To obtain the DFS-700/700P program output, use digital PGM OUT or
analog component PGM OUT connectors on the DFS-700/700P
processor unit.
6
System Connections
and Settings
This section describes how to connect the DFS-700/700P to other
equipment. It also lists the setup operations required before you can use the
DFS-700/700P.
Note
Before making connections, ensure that all of the devices are powered off.
Settings for preread editing
Preparations on the DFS-700/700P
In page 1 of the setup menu, set F2(PRE_RD) to ON. When PRE_RD is
set to ON, a "P" appears at the beginning of line 2 of the menu display,
indicating preread mode. (Except during preread editing, if PRE_RD is set
to ON the edit points will be shifted, so be sure to set it to OFF. It is not
possible to make this setting from the editor.)
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Control Units
Preparations on a BVE-2000 earlier than Ver. 2.24
Set AUX F7(PREREAD) to ON.
Preparations on a BVE-2000 Ver. 2.24 or later
• In SYSTEM SETUP mode set the PREVIEW MODE of SW'ER
CONFIGURATION to FULL.
• Set AUX F7(PREREAD) to ON.
• In SYSTEM SETUP mode set the DIGITAL EFFECT DELAY of
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION to 01.
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Basic System Connections
Key Signal Connections
The following are the connections required for basic image creation with
the DFS-700/700P.
These connections are for the signals for title keys and downstream keys
(DSK) for inserting text and graphics.
KEY OUT
Synchronizing signal input
External title key source signal
Character generator
Synchronizing
signal input
Synchronizing signal input
VIDEO OUT
Title key fill signal
(can also be used as
key source.)
DSK key fill signal (can
also be used as key
source.)
Recorder VCR, program
monitor, etc.
DFS-700/700P processor
Player VCR, video camera,
character generator, etc.
BLACK BURST OUT
VIDEO INPUT
VIDEO INPUT
DSK KEY IN
PANEL
To AC supply
DFS-700/700P processor
PGM OUT
VIDEO OUT
BLACK BURST OUT
PANEL
AC power cord
(supplied)
25-pin control cable
(supplied)
VIDEO IN
(GEN LOCK IN)
External DSK key source
signal
Character generator
KEY OUT
To AC supply
25-pin connector (rear panel)
Video/key signals
DFS-700/700P control panel
Control signals
Black burst signal
(reference synchronizing signal)
DFS-700/700P control panel
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Video signals
Control signals
Note
For the cables used for connection to a character generator, check in the instructions supplied
with the character generator.
Black burst signal
(reference synchronizing signal)
Key signal connections
Basic system connections
DFS-700/700P
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Chapter 6 System Connections and Settings
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DFS-700/700P
System Connections for Preread Editing
Connections for an A/B Roll Editing System
By combining a BVE-2000 editing control unit and a VCR capable of
preread editing (such as the DSR-2000), you can build a preread editing
system.
By combining a BVE-2000 or PVE-500 editing control unit with the DFS700 and two players and one recorder VCR, you can build an A/B roll
editing system. Using an editor with GPI signal support, A/B roll editing
controlled by GPI signals is also possible.
Note
The video from the player VCR is delayed by one frame in the DFS-700/
700P, and therefore playback advanced by one frame is required.
When using GPI signals
Control the M/E through the GPI/T1 connector, and the downstream keyer
through the GPI/T2 connector. You can control M/E and downstream keys
simultaneously.
Player VCR
Recorder VCR
AUDIO LINE OUT
SRP-L300 Delay
Unit
2
AUDIO LINE IN
VIDEO OUT
REMOTE
Monitor
VIDEO
IN
DFS-700/700P control panel
VIDEO
OUT
Monitor
3
1
1
1
3
REMOTE
REF
VIDEO
IN
Player VCR A
Recorder VCR
REF
VIDEO
IN
REMOTE
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
IN
DFS-700/700P control panel
VIDEO
OUT
REMOTE
DFS-700/700P
processor
PGM OUT
PGM OUT
VIDEO INPUT 1~8
VIDEO INPUT 1~8
EDITOR
BLACK
BURST
OUT
DFS-700/700P processor
SWER
PGM OUT
VIDEO INPUT
PLAYER
VIDEO INPUT
RECORDER
GPI/T 1
GPI/T 2
BVE-2000 editing control
unit
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Settings
GPI
Video and audio signals
VTR
Editor
Control signals
VTR
VTR
Cables used
1 These depend on the type of VCR being connected. Check with the instructions
supplied with the VCR.
2 XLR (3-pin) cables
3 RCC/5G/10G/30G 9-pin remote control cables or RCC-5F 33-pin remote control
cables
REMOTE
VIDEO OUT
REF
VIDEO
IN
REF
Video signals
Control signals
Preread editing system connections
Player VCR B
Black burst signal
(reference synchronizing signal)
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Connections for an A/B Roll Editing System
Setup Menu Settings
When using the BVE-2000
Setup Menu Organization
Control the M/E and downstream keyer through the 9-pin connector. You
can control M/E and downstream keys simultaneously.
The setup menu is divided into eight pages, and each appears as shown in
the following example.
Example display:
Menu name
REF
VIDEO
IN
Player VCR A
AUDIO
LINE
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO OUT
REMOTE
VIDEO
IN
BLACK
BURST
OUT
DFS-700/700P
processor
VIDEO
INPUT
PRE RD
PORTS
TALLY
CpnIN
Settings
4:3
OFF
PVE500
OFF
IN 4
To submenu
Page
REMOTE
1
VIDEO
INPUT
VIDEO OUT
3
REMOTE
AUDIO
IN
Values
Button
Setting
Meaning
Values
(First value is factory default.)
F1
SCREEN
Set screen aspect ratio.
4:3/16:9
F2
PRE RD
Toggle preread editing on/off.
When this is on, a “P” appears at the
beginning of line two of the menu
display.
OFF/ON
F3
PORTS
Select type of editor connected to
EDITOR connector.
(See table below.)
PVE-500/BVE-600/GPI
(Select “PVE500” when a BVE-2000 is
connected.)
F4
TALLY
Toggle rear panel tally output signal on/
off.
OFF/ON
F5
CpnIN
(Only appears when
optional BKDF-702/702P
is installed.)
Assignment of
numbers to rear panel
COMPONENT
connectors 5/1 to 8/4
PGM OUT
3
1
3
EDITOR
VIDEO SW’ ER
3
VTR
VTR
AUDIO
LINE
OUT
SCREEN
P 1/8
System Setup (page 1/8)
1
REF
VIDEO
IN
SYS
Recorder VCR
DFS-700/700P control panel
REF
VIDEO
IN
A “P” appears here when
preread editing is on.
VTR
IN1-4 r: assign 1 1-4/5-8
to 4.
To confirm displayed assignment, press
IN5-8 r: assign 5 F3(OK); to cancel press F5(CANCEL).
to 8.
BVE-2000 Editing Control Unit
F3(PORTS) setting and control
Player VCR B
Values
REF IN
4
LINE IN
2
LINE IN
PVE-500 DVS control
SRP-L300 Delay Unit
Video and audio signals
LINE OUT
GPI/T 1
GPI/T 2
–
DSK transitions
BVE-600 –
Auto transitions
GPI
Auto transitions
–
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2
Valid control for each connector
EDITOR connector
EDITOR
DSK transitions
SRP-V200R Audio Mixer
Control signals
Black burst signal (reference
synchronizing signal)
Cables used
1 These depend on the type of VCR being connected. Check with the instructions
supplied with the VCR.
2 XLR (3-way) cables
3 RCC/5G/10G/30G 9-pin remote control cables
4 RCC11A audio mixer control cable
A/B roll editing system connections (2) — using the BVE-2000
DFS-700/700P
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DFS-700/700P
Setup Menu Settings
Primary inputs and signal formats
System Information Display (page 2/8)
Button
Setting
Meaning
F1
INFO
Display options installed.
CONFIG r
BKDF-701/711/712
(Appears as “***” when not installed.)
To return, press F5(EXIT r).
F2
INFO
Display software version.
VER r
DFS-700/700P :x.xx
BKDF-712: x.xx
DATA: x.xx
Panel: x.xx
(Appears as “----” when not installed.)
To return, press F5(EXIT r).
Values
F3
PW ON
Select setup mode at power on.
F5
INSTL
Install new software.
r
FACTRY (factory default)/USER (user
settings)
Press F3(OK) to confirm install; press
F5(CANCEL) to cancel.
Input Video Setup (page 3/8)
Setting
Meaning
F1
In No.
Select input to set.
1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/DSK
F2
TYPE
Select input signal format.
SDI/YUV/Cps/YC/RGB/***
(Only types which can be set appear. See the table
on the next page. When F1(In No.) is set to DSK,
appears as “***”.)
F3
TBC
TBC Center setting for the input
signal
The output signal is output in the
correct phase if the phase
relationship of the center value with
respect to the reference
synchronizing signal is in the range
±0.3H.
0H/0.5H/1H/***
This setting is not possible when TYPE is Cps or
YC.
Input number
1
2
3
4
5
With standard
equipment
SDI
SDI
SDI
SDI
Component Component Component Component
RGB
6
7
8
With BKDF-701 SDI
installed
Component
SDI
SDI
SDI
SDI
SDI
SDI
SDI
Component Component Component Component Component Component Component
RGB
With BKDF-702/ SDI
702P installed
Component
(mode 1) a)
With BKDF-702/ SDI
702P installed
(mode 2) b)
SDI
SDI
SDI
Composite
Component Component Component YC
RGB
SDI
SDI
SDI
Component
Composite
YC
Composite
YC
Composite
YC
Composite
YC
Component Component Component
Composite Composite RGB
YC
Composite
YC
YC
Values (First value is factory default.)
Video phase adjustment of input
signal
• When SDI, YUV, Cps, YC, or RGB is selected, this
can be adjusted from –24 to +24 in steps of 2.
• When DSK is selected, this can be adjusted from
–30 to +31 in steps of 1.
F5
+XPT
Cross-point button assignment to
input signals
1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/***
(When F1(In No.) is set to DSK, appears as “***”.)
To assign a signal, hold down the function key, and
press a cross-point button on the background bus.
Output Video Setup (page 4/8)
Button
Setting
Meaning
Values (First value is factory default.)
F1
CLEAN
Select output video from
CLEAN OUT connector.
CLEAN/KEYOUT/PVW
(See page 2-15.)
F2
CLIP
Toggle white clip and dark clip on/
off.
Only valid for SDI output signals,
and the SDI standard white and
dark values are applied.
OFF/ON
F3
T-Area
Toggle safe title indication on
preview video using CLEAN OUT
connector on/off.
When on, the safe title indication
shows approximately 85% of the
whole image area.
OFF/ON
F4
FLD FZ
This item appears when F1(CLEAN)
is set to “PVW”.
Select the field output when the
ODD/EVEN
internal frame memory is set to field
freeze mode.
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YC: analog YC signals
RGB: analog RGB signals (G signal with sync)
a) Setup menu item CpnIN set to “IN 1-4”
b) Setup menu item CpnIN set to “IN 5-8”
Button
6-8
SDI: serial digital signals
Component: analog component signals
Composite: analog composite signals
6-9
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Setup Menu Settings
Control Panel Setup (page 5/8)
Button
Setting
Meaning
Values (First value is factory default.)
F1
BEEPER
Toggle beeper on/off.
ON/OFF
ON: Beeper sounds if the fan stops, there is a
power supply error, an operation error or a key pad
operation.
OFF: Beeper only sounds if the fan stops or there is
a power supply error.
F2
BRIGHT
Brightness of control panel
fluorescent indicators
LOW/HIGH
F3
SAVER
OFF/ON
F4
FTB
Toggle screen saver on/off. When
on, the screen saver operates when
there is no button operation for ten
minutes.
Enable/disable FADE TO BLACK
function.
Setting DISABL makes the function
not available.
ENABLE/DISABL
Appendixes
Warning Messages
Warning messages appear in the menu display panel of the control panel
when trouble occurs during operation of the DFS-700/700P.
Press the F5 (OK) button to erase the message.
Initializing User Settings (page 6/8)
Button
Setting
Meaning
Values (First value is factory default.)
F1
F2
SETUP
SNAP
Initialize setup data.
OFF/ON
To initialize an item, set it to “ON”. It is not possible
to initialize more than one item at a time.
F3
USRPGM
Initialize snapshot.
Initialize user program effects.
F4
F5
KEYPAD
Initialize keypad data.
EXEC
Execute initialization selected from
F1 to F4.
To initialize, press F3(OK); to cancel press
F5(CANCEL).
Loading User Settings From Memory (page 7/8)
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Settings
Button
Setting
Meaning
Values (First value is factory default.)
F1
F2
F3
SETUP
SNAP
Load setup data.
Load snapshot.
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
USRPGM
Load user program effects.
OFF/ON
F4
KEYPAD
Load keypad data.
OFF/ON
F5
EXEC
Execute load selected from F1 to
F4.
To load, press F3(OK); to cancel press
F5(CANCEL).
Warning message format
Warning messages are displayed in the following format.
Number
r
Problem
r
What to do
r
011
FAN STOP!!->
Turn OFF Power
Saving User Settings in Memory (page 8/8)
Button
Setting
Meaning
Values (First value is factory default.)
F1
F2
F3
SETUP
SNAP
Save setup data.
Save snapshot.
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
USRPGM
Save user program effects.
OFF/ON
F4
KEYPAD
Save keypad data.
OFF/ON
F5
EXEC
Execute save selected from F1 to
F4.
To save, press F3(OK); to cancel press
F5(CANCEL).
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Appendixes
A-1
DFS-700/700P
Warning Messages
Effect Type List
The effects provided by the DFS-700/700P are classified as follows.
Warning message list
The number of available patterns
Varieties in
Varieties with Varieties with
standard
BKDF-712
BKDF-711
configuration installed
installed
1-676
Wipe
79
79
79
Reference
Varieties with page no.
BKDF-711
and 712
installed
79
A-29, A-30
700-809
Matrix wipe
37
37
37
37
1000-1018
Mosaic
10
10
10
10
A-31
1020-1027
Still mirror
8
8
8
8
A-32
The following warning messages are displayed.
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Display
Meaning
What to do
011 FAN STOP!!
The processor detected that the power
supply fan is stopped.
Turn off the power and check the power
supply fan. If this does not solve the
problem, contact a Sony service
representative.
->Turn OFF Power
012 Power Unit Error
->Turn OFF Power
There is trouble with the power supply.
021 Reference Signal Error
->
Video sync signals are not being sent
correctly from the main unit to the
control panel.
An error was detected during self
diagnostics when the system was
powered on. (xxxx/xxxx indicates the
error status.)
022 Self Diagnostic Error xxxx/xxxx
-> Check on Maintenance menu
Turn off the power and check the power
supply. If this does not solve the
problem, contact a Sony service
representative.
Check the cable connection.
Contact your vendor or a Sony service
representative.
023 Software Version Mismatch
-> Load the latest S/W
The processor and control panel
software versions are different.
Contact your vendor or a Sony service
representative.
031 Data Backup Error
->
User program, setup or other data could Contact your vendor or a Sony service
not be written to backup memory.
representative.
A-30, A-31
1030-1058
Y&C modify
10
10
10
10
A-32
1059
Cut
1
1
1
1
A-32
1065-1067
Strobe, Cinema
3
3
3
3
A-33
1075-1079
Cropping
5
5
5
5
A-33
1080
Mix
1
1
1
1
—
1100-1128
Picture-in-picture
19
19
19
19
A-33
1130, 1131
Zoom up
2
2
2
2
A-33
1150, 1151
Spotlight
2
2
2
2
A-34
1200-1207
Dynamic mirror
8
8
8
8
A-34
1210-1213
Stream
4
4
4
4
A-34
1230-1233
Accordion
4
4
4
4
A-34
1240, 1241
Multi-screen
2
2
2
2
A-35
1250-1271
Wave modulation
13
13
13
13
A-35
1280-1283
Real paint
4
4
4
4
A-35
1285-1288
Stained glass
4
4
4
4
A-35
1300-1307
Slide
8
8
8
8
A-35
1330-1394
Split slide
32
32
32
32
A-36, A-37
1500-1524
Compress
20
20
20
20
A-38
1530-1535
Expand
6
6
6
6
A-38
1600-1613
2D rotation
12
12
12
12
A-39
1620-1690
2D rotation + Compress +
Slide
7
7
7
7
A-39
1700-1707
3D rotation
8
8
8
8
A-40
1730-1742
Door
6
6
6
6
A-40
1750-1753
Split 3D rotation
4
4
4
4
A-40
1760-1824
3D rotation + Compress +
Slide
24
24
24
24
A-41
1850-1855
Album turn
6
6
6
6
A-42
1900-1964
Flip, Tumble
33
33
33
33
A-42, A-43
2000-2006
Twist
4
4
4
4
A-43
2100-2144
Page turn
40
40
40
40
A-44
2150-2154
Page turn (modified)
5
5
5
5
A-45
2160-2167
Split page turn
8
8
8
8
A-45
2200-2251
Sphere
11
11
11
11
A-45
2260-2269
Ripple
10
10
10
10
A-46
2270-2279
Burst, Explosion, Ring, Swirl 10
10
10
10
A-46
2280-2284
Amoeba, Melt, Lens
5
5
5
A-47
5
(continued)
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Appendixes
Appendixes
A-3
Appendixes
Pattern No. Types of effects
1-72
Effect Control Parameter List
Effect Type List
The number of available patterns
Varieties in
Varieties with Varieties with
standard
BKDF-712
BKDF-711
configuration installed
installed
2300-2307
Two-picture slide
0
8
0
Reference
Varieties with page no.
BKDF-711
and 712
installed
8
A-47
2320-2329
Two-picture slide,
2D rotation
0
10
0
10
A-47
2340-2357
Two-picture rotation +
Compress + Slide
0
18
0
18
A-48
2360-2375
Two-picture intersect
0
12
0
12
A-49
2380-2395
Two-picture box
0
16
0
16
A-50
2400-2419
Two-picture brick
0
18
0
18
A-51
2420-2437
Two-picture brick (flip type)
0
18
0
18
A-52
2470-2473
Split 3D rotation
0
4
0
4
A-52
2480-2499
Masked flip
0
20
0
20
A-53
2500-2519
2ch picture-in-picture
0
20
0
20
A-54
2520-2534
2ch picture-in-picture
0
13
0
13
A-55
2550-2554
Two-picture page turn
0
5
0
5
A-55
2560-2564
Split page turn
0
5
0
5
A-56
2600-2625
3D split
0
0
10
10
A-56
2630-2633
3D split flip
0
0
4
4
A-57
2640-2651
Multi-cube
0
0
9
9
A-57
2660, 2661
Three-picture multi-cube
0
0
0
2
A-57
2690-2692
Special wipe
0
0
3
3
A-58
2700-2715
3D page turn
0
0
12
12
A-58
2720-2724
3D twist
0
0
5
5
A-58
2730-2739
3D box twist
0
0
10
10
A-59
2740-2752
3D modeling effect
0
0
4
4
A-59
2800-2805
3D beveled edge,
Picture-in-picture
0
0
6
6
A-60
2810-2813
3D modeled edge,
Picture-in-picture
0
0
4
4
A-60
2820-2827
3D cube, 3D brick
0
0
8
8
A-60
2830-2833
3D cube
0
0
0
4
A-60
2840-2845
3D cylinder, Sphere, Heart
0
0
6
6
A-61
2850-2857
3D wave, 3D flag
0
0
8
8
A-61
2860, 2861
Kaleidoscope
0
0
2
2
A-61
2865, 2866
3D crystal, Mirror cube
0
0
2
2
A-61
2870-2881
3D object effect
0
0
9
9
A-62
9000-9009
Linear user program
(transition)
10
10
10
10
4-4
9100-9109
Linear user program
(animation)
10
10
10
10
4-4
Nonlinear user program
(transition)
10
10
10
10
4-4
9300-9309
Nonlinear user program
(animation)
10
10
10
10
4-4
DFS-700/700P
Appendixes
F1 to F5: Menu page 1
F6 to F10: Menu page 2
F11 to F15: Menu page 3
X/Y: Joystick
Z: Z-knob
Effect control parameters
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
Wipe
0017
F2: Rotation angle (Angle = 0 to 99)
0018
F3: Rotation speed (Rot = 0 to 100)
F4: Auto center (CENTER = AUTO/FIX)
0021
to
0029
0034
to
0039
1010
1011
Wipe
F1: Pattern aspect ratio (Aspect = Taller to wider)
F2: Rotation angle (Angle = 0 to 99)
F3: Rotation speed (Rot = 0 to 100)
F4: Auto center (CENTER = AUTO/FIX)
User mosaic
F1: Size of a mosaic cell (Size = 0 to 100)
F2: Aspect ratio of a mosaic cell (Aspect = Wider to taller)
F3: Softness (Soft = 0 to 100)
F5 : Type of cell (TYPE = FLAT, GLASS 1 to GLASS 4)
1015
to
1018
Pattern mosaic
F1: Size of a mosaic cell (Size = 0 to 100)
F2: Aspect ratio of a mosaic cell (Aspect = Wider to taller)
F3: Softness (Soft = 0 to 100)
F4: Aspect ratio of the mask area (MskAsp = Wider to taller)
F5: Type of cell (TYPE = FLAT, GLASS 1 to GLASS 4)
1040
1043
1046
Y&C modify
1050
Y&C modify
F1: Degree of luminance masking (PstSol = OFF, LEVEL 1 to LEVEL 7)
F1: Degree of luminance masking (Poster = OFF, LEVEL 1 to LEVEL 7)
F2: Positive/negative selection (VIDEO = NORMAL/NEGA/MONO/
MN+NEG)
F3: Softness (Soft = 0 to 100)
1055
to
1058
Y&C modify
F1: Degree of luminance masking (Poster = OFF, LEVEL 1 to LEVEL 7
F2: Positive/negative selection (VIDEO = NORMAL/NEGA/MONO/
MN+NEG)
F3: Softness (Soft = 0 to 100)
9200-9209
A-4
You can change effect pattern parameters by using the
pattern adjustment knobs, joystick, and Z-knob on the
control panel.
Appendixes
Appendixes
Pattern No. Types of effects
F4: Aspect ratio of the mask area (MskAsp = Wider to taller)
(continued)
Appendixes
A-5
DFS-700/700P
Effect Control Parameter List
Effect control parameters (continued)
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
1065
Strobe
F1: Frames displayed per second (Strobe = 0 to 100)
Appendixes
1066
1067
Cinema
F1: Frames displayed per second (Strobe = 0 to 100)
F2: Wide screen degree (Wide = 0 to 100)
1380
to
1383
1385
to
1388
Cropping
F1: X-coordinate of center (Pos_X = Left to right)
F2: Y-coordinate of center (Pos_Y = Bottom to top)
F3: Size of pattern (Size = 0 to 100)
F4: Aspect raito of the pattern (Aspect = Taller to wider)
1104
1105
1390
to
1394
Picture-in-picture (three-dimensional)
F1: X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –70° to +70°)
1690
F2: Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –70° to +70°)
Split slide
F1: Slide frequency (Freq = 0 to 100)
F2: Split frequency (Angle = 0 to 99)
F3: Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
Split slide
F1 :Slide frequency (Freq = 0 to 100)
2D rotation + Compress + Slide (modified)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F2: Curve direction (Angle = 0 to 99)
Picture-in-picture (skew)
F3: Amount of spiral (Spiral = –100 to +100)
F4: Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F1: Expansion and reduction along X-axis (Size_X = Small to 3 times)
F4: Degree of distortion along Y-axis (Skew_Y = Min: No distortion)
(default)
1750
to
1753
2150
to
2154
Split 3D rotation
F1: Number of split (Freq = 0 to 100)
2160
to
2167
2250
2251
Split page turn
Page turn
F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Change in turn direction (Curve = –100 to +100)
Picture-in-picture
F2: Display position (POS = TOP_L/TOP/TOP_R/LEFT/CENTER/RIGHT/
BTM_L/BOTTOM/BTM_R)
F3: Picture size (Size = 0 to 100)
F4: X-axis picture position (Pos_X = –100 to +100)
F5: Y-axis picture position (Pos_Y = –100 to +100)
F1: Number of split (Freq = 0 to 100)
Picture-in-picture (sphere)
F1: Degree of modification (Amp = 0 to 100)
F2: Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
Spotlight
F3: X-axis mapping area (Area_X = 0 to 100)
F1: Spotlight brightness at maximum fader lever position (Shadow = Dark
to bright)
F4: Y-axis mapping area (Area_Y = 0 to 100)
F4: Aspect ratio of the processing area (Aspect = Taller to wider)
1210
to
1213
1250
to
1253
1270
1271
F3: Softness (Soft = 0 to 100)
F1: Amount of curving (Curve = 0 to 100)
F3: Degree of distortion along X-axis (Skew_X = Min: No distortion)
(default)
1150
1151
F2: Frames per second (Strobe = 0 to 100)
F3: Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –70° to +70°)
F2: Expansion and reduction along Y-axis (Size_Y = Small to 3 times)
1120
to
1128
F1: Degree of paint effect (Amp = 0 to 100)
F5: Aspect ratio of the mask area (MskAsp = Taller to wider)
F4: Softness (Soft = 0 to 100)
1102
1103
1106
to
1109
Real paint, Stained glass
F4: Mask pattern (MASK = OFF/CIRCLE/RECT/CIRINV/RECINV)
F3: Wide screen position (Posi = Bottom to top)
1075
to
1079
Effect type and adjustable parameters
Appendixes
Pattern
No.
1280
to
1283
1285
1286
(continued)
Stream
F1: Stream direction (Dirctn)
Wave modulation
F1: Degree of modification 1 (Amp_X = 0 to 100) (1250: Modification
along X-axis)
F2: Degree of modification 2 (1250: Amp_Y = 0 to 100) (1251/1271:
Angle = 0 to 99)
1250: Modification along Y-axis
1251, 1271: Direction of modification
1252, 1253, 1270: Not used
F3: Wave cycle (Freq = 0 to 100)
F4: Wave speed (Speed = 0 to 100)
(continued)
1-73
A-6
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-7
1-74
Effect Control Parameter List
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
2284
Lens
F1: Amplitude of modulation (Amp = 0 to 100)
F2: Size of lens (Size = 0 to 100)
F3: Speed of modulation (Speed = –100 to +100) (2260 to 2265 only)
or area of modulation (Area = –100 to +100) (2266, 2267)
F3: Form of lens (FORM = FLAT/INNER/OUTER/SPHERE)
F4: Modulation aspect ratio (Aspect = Taller to wider)
F4: Aspect ratio of modulation (Aspect = 0 to 100)
F5: Direction of modulation (Angle = 0 to 99)
F5: Direction of modulation (Angle = 0 to 99)
F6: Swirl modulation selection (SPMOD = OFF, IN, OUT) (2260 to 2265
only)
F7: Degree of swirl modulation (Spiral = 0 to 100) (2260 to 2265 only)
2270
Burst
2271
F1: Degree of splitting (Freq = 0 to 100)
F2: Rotation around Z axis (Rot = –100 to +100)
F3: Degree of modulation (Spiral = –100 to +100) (2270) or area of
modulation (Area = 0 to 100) (2271)
2400
to
2407
2410
to
2419
2420
to
2437
F3: Splitting adjustment (Split = 0 to 100)
Explosion
F1: Stream area (AREA = NARROW/MEDIUM/WIDE/SPWIDE)
F4: Position of picture in depth section (Posi = –100 to +100)
Two-picture brick (flip type)
F1: Depth (Depth = 0 to 100)
2470
to
2473
Split 3D rotation
2480
to
2489
Masked flip
F3: Degree of swirl modulation (Spiral = –100 to +100)
F4: Modulation aspect ratio (Aspect = Taller to wider)
F5: Direction of modulation (Angle = 0 to 99)
F1: Fineness of splitting (Freq = 0 to 100)
F1: Mask shape (PATTERN = CIRCLE/HEART/RECT/DIA/HEXA/
5STAR/6STAR/WAVE)
F2: Fineness of splitting (Freq = 0 to 100)
F2: Form of modulation (FORM = RANDAM/PIXEL/LINE/WAVE1/
WAVE2/WAVE3/WAVE4/CONST)
F3: Bias of splitting (Bias = 0 to 100)
2490
to
2499
Masked flip
2501
to
2507
2ch picture-in-picture
F1: Mask shape (PATTERN = CHECK1/ CHECK2/ CHECK3/CHECK4/
CHECK5/LINE/RECT1/RECT2)
F2: Mask slant (SLANT = ON/OFF)
Ring
F1: Amplitude of modulation (Amp = –100 to +100)
F2: Degree of splitting (Freq = 0 to 100)
F1: Timing at which picture appears (Delay = 0 to 100)
F2: Picture position (POSITN = HORZ1/HORZ2/HORZ3/VERT1/VERT2/
VERT3/DIAG1/DIAG2)
F4: Modulation aspect ratio (Aspect = Taller to wider)
F5: Direction of modulation (Angle = 0 to 99)
2275
to
2277
F3: Stretching of picture in depth section (Strch = 0 to 100)
F4: Position of picture in depth section (Posi = –100 to +100)
F2: Rotation around Z axis (Rot = –100 to +100)
2274
F1: Depth (Depth = 0 to 100)
F3: Stretching of picture in depth section (Strch = 0 to 100)
Broken glass
F1: Degree of splitting (Freq = 0 to 100)
2273
Two-picture brick
F2: Form model (FORM = SLAB/DUAL)
F4: Form of modulation (FORM = RANDAM/CONST/WAVE1/WAVE2/
LINE1/LINE2/PIXEL1/P1XEL2)
2272
Appendixes
Appendixes
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
Ripple
2260
to
F1: Amplitude of modulation (Amp = 0 to 100)
2269
F2: Frequency of modulation (Freq = 0 to 100)
F3: Picture size (Size = 0 to 100)
Swirl
F4: Relative position on X axis (Gap_X = 0 to 100)
F1: Amplitude of modulation (Amp = –100 to +100)
F5: Relative position on Y axis (Gap_Y = 0 to 100)
F4: Modulation aspect ratio (Aspect = Taller to wider)
2508
2509
F5: Direction of modulation (Angle = 0 to 99)
2ch picture-in-picture
2278
Swirl (soft rotation)
F2: Picture positon (POSITN = HORZ1/HORZ2/HORZ3/VERT1/VERT2/
VERT3/DIAG1/DIAG2)
2279
F1: Degree of modulation (Soft = 0 to 100)
F3: Picture size (Size = 0 to 100)
2280
Amoeba
F4: Relative positon on X axis (Gap_X = 0 to 100)
F2: Fineness of modulation (Freq = 0 to 100)
F5: Relative positon on Y axis (Gap_Y = 0 to 100)
2283
Meltdown
(continued)
F1: Form of modulation (FORM = WAVE1/RAND1/WAVE2/RAND2)
F2: Direction of modulation (TRANS = NORM1/NORM2/REV1/REV2)
(continued)
DFS-700/700P
A-8
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-9
DFS-700/700P
Effect Control Parameter List
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
2521
2ch picture-in-picture (slide)
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/
BOTTOM/BTM-R/BTM-L/TOP-L/TOP-R)
F3: Y-axis position (Pos_Y = 0 to 100)
F4: X-axis size (Size_X = 0 to 100)
2514
to
2517
F5: Relative position on X axis (Gap_X = 0 to 100)
2ch picture-in-picture (with perspective, vertical alignment)
2522
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
F1: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/
BOTTOM/BTM-R/BTM-L/TOP-L/TOP-R)
F2: X-axis size (Size_ X = 0 to 100)
F3: X-axis position (Pos_ X = 0 to 100)
F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/
BOTTOM/BTM-R/BTM-L/TOP-L/TOP-R)
F4: Y-axis size (Size_Y = 0 to 100)
2518
F5: Relative position on Y axis (Gap_Y = 0 to 100)
2523
2ch picture-in-picture (compressed, expanded)
2ch picture-in-picture (manual)
2524
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/
BOTTOM/HORZ/VERT)
F1: X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/
BOTTOM/HORZ/VERT)
F3: Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
2525
F5: Form of picture (PTN = RECT/CIRCLE/HEART/DIA/PENTA/HEXA/
5STAR/6STAR)
F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/
BOTTOM)
F7: Direction of Y-axis rotation (SYM RY Y = ON/OFF)
F8: Direction of Z-axis rotation (SYM RZ Z = ON/OFF)
F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/
BOTTOM)
F11: Relative position on X axis (Loc_X2 = –100 to +100)
F4: Direction of effect (CH1) (1chAng = –100 to +100)
F5: Direction of effect (CH2) (2chAng = –100 to +100)
F12: Relative position on Y axis (Loc _Y2 = –100 to +100)
2526
F13: Relative position on z axis (Loc _Z2 = –100 to +100)
2ch picture-in-picture
F14: Two-picture combination type (COMBIN = ZLOC/CH1/CH2/MIX)
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
2ch picture-in-picture (manual)
F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHROT = TOP-L1/ TOP-L2/
TOP-R1 /TOP-R2/BTM-R1/ BTM-R2/BTM-L1/ BTM-L2)
F1: X-axis rotation (CH1) (Rot_X1 = –100 to +100)
F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHROT = TOP-L1/ TOP-L2/
TOP-R1 /TOP-R2/BTM-R1/ BTM-R2/BTM-L1/ BTM-L2)
F2: Y-axis rotation (CH1) (Rot_Y1 = –100 to +100)
F3: Z-axis rotation (CH1) (Rot_Z1 = –100 to +100)
2527
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
2ch picture-in-picture
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
F5: Form of picture (PTN = RECT/CIRCLE/HEART/DIA)
F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHROT = TOP1/ TOP2/
BTM1/ BTM2/LEFT1/LEFT2/RIGHT1/RIGHT2)
F6: X-axis rotation (CH2) (Rot_X2 = –100 to +100)
F7: Y-axis rotation (CH2) (Rot_Y2 = –100 to +100)
F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHROT = TOP1/ TOP2/
BTM1/ BTM2/LEFT1/LEFT2/RIGHT1/RIGHT2)
F8: Z-axis rotation (CH2) (Rot_Z2 = –100 to +100)
F11: X-axis position (CH2) (Loc_X2 = –100 to +100)
2530
2ch picture-in-picture
F12: Y-axis position (CH2) (Loc_Y2 = –100 to +100)
2531
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (ROTDIR = PLUS/MINUS)
F13: Z-axis position (CH2) (Loc_Z2 = –100 to +100)
F3: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F14: Two-picture combination type (COMBIN = ZLOC/CH1/CH2/MIX)
2520
2ch picture-in-picture
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
F6: Direction of X-axis rotation (SYM RX X = ON/OFF)
2519
F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/
BOTTOM/BTM-R/BTM-L/TOP-L/TOP-R)
2ch picture-in-picture
2532
2ch picture-in-picture
2ch picture-in-picture
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
(continued)
F2: Speed of rotation (Rot = –100 to +100)
(continued)
1-75
A-10
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-11
Appendixes
Appendixes
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
2ch picture-in-picture (with perspective, horizontal alignment)
2510
to
F1: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
2513
F2: Y-axis size (Size_Y = 0 to 100)
1-76
Effect Control Parameter List
Effect control parameters (continued)
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
2533
2ch picture-in-picture
2534
F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
3D page turn
F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Change in turn direction (Curve = –100 to +100)
F3: Radius of turn (Radius = 0 to 100)
F4: Adjustment of effect end position (EndAdj= –100 to +100)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of turn (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2702
2703
3D page turn
F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Change in turn direction (Curve = –100 to +100)
F3: Radius of turn (Radius = 0 to 100)
F4: Adjustment of effect end position (EndAdj= –100 to +100)
F5: Type of division (TYPE = HORZ1/HORZ2/VERT1/VERT2)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of turn (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2704
2705
3D page turn
F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Spread in turn direction (Spread = –100 to +100)
F3: Radius of turn (Radius = 0 to 100)
F4: Adjustment of effect end position (EndAdj= –100 to +100)
F5: Type of division (TYPE = HORZ/VERT)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of turn (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
F2: Speed of rotation (Rot = –100 to +100)
F3: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
2550
to
2554
Two-picture (front, reverse) page turn
2560
to
2564
Split page turn
F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Change in turn direction (Curve = –100 to +100)
F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Change in turn direction (Curve = –100 to +100)
F3: Type of turn (DIVTYP = VERT1/VERT2/HORZ1/HORZ2)
2624
2625
3D split
F1: Speed at which cracks spread (Speed = 0 to100)
F2: Degree to which fragments fly away (Fly = 0 to 100)
X/Y: Move the break center point
2630
3D split flip
2631
F1: Direction of flip (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Area of the part that flips (Area = 0 to 100)
F3: Amount of randomness in flip (Rand = 0 to 100)
F4: X direction divisions (Div_X = 1 to 16)
F5: Y direction divisions (Div_Y = 1 to 16)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of flip (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2632
2633
3D split flip
F1: Direction of split (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Change in direction of split (Curve = –100 to +100)
F3: Area of the part that splits (Area = 0 to 100)
F4: Split frequency (Freq = 0 to 100)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of split (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2690
Special wipe
F1: Width of crystal (Width = 0 to 100)
F2: Angle of wipe (Angle = 0 to 99)
F3: Refractive index of crystal (Refrct = 0 to 100)
2691
2692
Special wipe
F1: Angle of wipe (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Degree of edge curve (Angle = 0 to 99)
X/Y: Move the center point
Appendixes
Appendixes
2700
2701
(continued)
DFS-700/700P
(continued)
A-12
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-13
DFS-700/700P
Effect Control Parameter List
Effect control parameters (continued)
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
2710
2711
3D page turn
F3: Radius of turn (Radius = 0 to 100)
F4: Adjustment of effect end position (EndAdj= –100 to +100)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of turn (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2714
2715
3D page turn
F3: Radius of turn (Radius = 0 to 100)
F4: Adjustment of effect end position (EndAdj= –100 to +100)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of turn (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2720
3D twist
F1: Direction of twist (Angle = 0 to 99)
F2: Change in twist direction (Curve = –100 to +100)
F3: Area of the part that twists (Area = 0 to 100)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of twist (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
3D twist
F3: Area of the part that twists (Area = 0 to 100)
F4: Type of twist (TYPE = TYPE01/TYPE02/TYPE03/TYPE04)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of twist (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
1-77
Appendixes
(continued)
2730
to
2739
3D box twist
F3: Area of the part that twists (Area = 0 to 100)
F4: Type of twist (TYPE = TYPE01/TYPE02/TYPE03/TYPE04)
F5: Delay before start of twist (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2750
3D modeling effect
F1: Amplitude of swirl (Amp = 0 to 100)
F2: X-axis rotation of path into swirl (Path_X = –100 to +100)
F3: Y-axis rotation of path into swirl (Path_Y = –100 to +100)
F4: Z-axis rotation of path into swirl (Path_Z = –100 to +100)
2800
to
2805
3D beveled edge, Picture-in-picture
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Bevel frame type (TYPE = TYPE01 to TYPE10)
F6: Width of frame (Width = 0 to 100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2810
to
2813
3D modeled edge, Picture-in-picture
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Border frame type (TYPE = TYPE01 to TYPE04)
F6: Width of frame (Width = 0 to 100)
F7: Length of protruding part of frame (Length = 0 to 100)
F8: Sharpness of frame edges (Sharp = 0 to 100)(2810 and 2811 only)
F9: Position in the depth direction of the picture (Depth = 0 to 100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
Appendixes
Appendixes
2712
2713
2721
to
2724
A-14
3D page turn
F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 100)
F2: Change in turn direction (Curve = –100 to +100)
F3: Radius of turn (Radius = 0 to 100)
F4: Adjustment of effect end position (EndAdj= –100 to +100)
F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F10: Delay before start of turn (Delay = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
(continued)
Appendixes
A-15
1-78
Effect Control Parameter List
2820
2821
3D two-picture cube
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Frame type (TYPE = TYPE01 to TYPE04/OFF)
F6: Cube degree (Cube = 0 to 100)
F7: Stretching of picture in X-axis direction (Strtch = 0 to 100)
F8: Position in X-axis direction (Posi = –100 to +100)
F9: Width of frame (Width = 0 to 100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
F11: Amount of X-axis auto rotation (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F12: Amount of Y-axis auto rotation (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F13: Amount of Z-axis auto rotation (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2826
2827
3D one-picture brick
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Frame type (TYPE = TYPE01 to TYPE04)
F6: Height of brick (Hight = 0 to 100)
F7: Stretching of brick side in Y-axis direction (Strtch = 0 to 100)
F8: Position of brick side in Y-axis direction (Posi = –100 to +100)
F9: Width of frame (Width = 0 to 100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
F11: Amount of X-axis auto rotation (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F12: Amount of Y-axis auto rotation (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F13: Amount of Z-axis auto rotation (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2822
2823
3D one-picture cube
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Frame type (TYPE = TYPE01 to TYPE04/OFF)
F6: Cube degree (Cube = 0 to 100)
F7: Stretching of picture in X-axis direction (Strtch = 0 to 100)
F8: Position in X-axis direction (Posi = –100 to +100)
F9: Width of frame (Width = 0 to 100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
F11: Amount of X-axis auto rotation (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F12: Amount of Y-axis auto rotation (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F13: Amount of Z-axis auto rotation (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2830
2831
3D three-picture cube
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Frame type (TYPE = TYPE01 to TYPE04/OFF)
F6: Cube degree (Cube = 0 to 100)
F7: Stretching of picture in X-axis direction (Strtch = 0 to 100)
F8: Position in X-axis direction (Posi = –100 to +100)
F9: Width of frame (Width = 0 to 100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
F11: Amount of X-axis auto rotation (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F12: Amount of Y-axis auto rotation (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F13: Amount of Z-axis auto rotation (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2824
2825
3D two-picture brick
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Frame type (TYPE = TYPE01 to TYPE04/OFF)
F6: Height of brick (Hight = 0 to 100)
F7: Stretching of brick side in Y-axis direction (Strtch = 0 to +100)
F8: Position of brick side in Y-axis direction (Posi = –100 to +100)
F9: Width of frame (Width = 0 to 100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
F11: Amount of X-axis auto rotation (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F12: Amount of Y-axis auto rotation (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F13: Amount of Z-axis auto rotation (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2832
2833
3D two-picture cube
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Frame type (TYPE = TYPE01 to TYPE04/OFF)
F6: Cube degree (Cube = 0 to 100)
F7: Stretching of picture in X-axis direction (Strtch = 0 to 100)
F8: Position in X-axis direction (Posi = –100 to +100)
F9: Width of frame (Width = 0 to 100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
F11: Amount of X-axis auto rotation (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F12: Amount of Y-axis auto rotation (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F13: Amount of Z-axis auto rotation (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
(continued)
DFS-700/700P
A-16
Appendixes
Appendixes
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
Appendixes
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
(continued)
Appendixes
A-17
DFS-700/700P
Effect Control Parameter List
2840
2841
3D cylinder
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Fine adjustment of mapping in X-axis direction (Area_X = 0 to 100)
F5: Fine adjustment of mapping in Y-axis direction (Area_Y = 0 to 100)
F6: Thickness of cylinder (Radius = 0 to 100)
F7: Degree of wave modulation on cylinder sides (Amp = 0 to 100)
F8: Frequency of wave modulation on cylinder sides (Freq = 0 to 100)
F9: Phase of wave modulation on cylinder sides (Phase = 0 to 99)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
F11: Amount of X-axis auto rotation (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F12: Amount of Y-axis auto rotation (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F13: Amount of Z-axis auto rotation (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2854
2855
2842
to
2845
Sphere, Heart
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Fine adjustment of mapping in X-axis direction (Area_X = 0 to 100)
F5: Fine adjustment of mapping in Y-axis direction (Area_Y = 0 to 100)
F6: Amount of X-axis auto rotation (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of Y-axis auto rotation (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of Z-axis auto rotation (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
3D wave
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Direction of wave modulation (Angle = 0 to 99)
F6: Amplitude of wave modulation 1 (Amp1 = 0 to 100)
F7: Frequency of wave modulation 1 (Freq1 = 0 to 100)
F8: Phase of wave modulation 1 (Phase1 = 0 to 99)
F9: Speed of auto change in phase of wave modulation 1 (Speed1 =
–100 to +100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
F11: Amplitude of wave modulation 2 (Amp2 = 0 to 100)
F12: Frequency of wave modulation 2 (Freq2 = 0 to 100)
F13: Phase of wave modulation 2 (Phase2 = 0 to 99)
F14: Speed of auto change in phase of wave modulation 2 (Speed2 =
–100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2856
2857
2850
to
2853
3D wave
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Direction of wave modulation (Angle = 0 to 99)
F6: Amplitude of wave modulation (Amp = 0 to 100)
F7: Frequency of wave modulation (Freq = 0 to 100)
F8: Phase of wave modulation (Phase = 0 to 99)
F9: Speed of auto change in phase of wave modulation (Speed = –100 to
+100)
F10: Position of light source (Light = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
3D flag
F1: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100)
F5: Position of pole (POLE = RIGHT/LEFT)
F6: Amplitude of wave modulation (Amp = 0 to 100)
F7: Change in direction of waving (Swing = 0 to 100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2860
Kaleidoscope
F1: Size of repetition (Size = 0 to 100)
F2: Amount of auto rotation (RotSpd = –100 to +100)
2865
3D crystal
F1: Amount of auto repetition in X-axis rotation (Swng_X = 0 to 100)
F2: Amount of auto repetition in Y-axis rotation (Swng_Y = 0 to 100)
F3: Amount of auto rotation on Z-axis (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
F4: Width of beveled edge (Width = 0 to 100)
F5: Height of beveled edge (Hight = 0 to 100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2866
Mirror cube
F1: Amount of auto rotation on X-axis (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F2: Amount of auto rotation on Y-axis (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F3: Amount of auto rotation on Z-axis (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
2870
3D object effects
F1: Mapping mode (MapMod = POINT/FACE1/FACE2)
(continued)
(continued)
1-79
A-18
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-19
Appendixes
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
Appendixes
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
1-80
Effect Motion Types
Effect Control Parameter List
Effect control parameters (continued)
Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters
No.
DFS-700/700P
A-20
Appendixes
3D object effects
F1: Mapping mode (MapMod = POINT/FACE1/FACE2)
F2: Size of model (Size = 0 to 100)
F3: Acceleration of fall (Accel = 0 to 100)
F4: Snaking on X-axis (Wave_X = 0 to 100)
F5: Snaking on Y-axis (Wave_Y = 0 to 100)
F6: Amount of auto rotation on X-axis (Spd_X = –100 to +100)
F7: Amount of auto rotation on Y-axis (Spd_Y = –100 to +100)
F8: Amount of auto rotation on Z-axis (Spd_Z = –100 to +100)
F9: Frequency of snaking on X-axis (Freq_X = 0 to 100)
X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
Effects classified by direction type
Direction type
Pattern No.
Characteristics
Transition type When you move the fader from one end to the
other and back, the effect is executed in the
same direction.
Crosspoints selected with the BACKGROUND
and FOREGROUND bus buttons change when
the effect is executed.
1 to 1000
1003 to 1010
1059
1080
1200 to 1233
1260 to 1271
1300 to 2213
2260, 2261
2263, 2264
2266 to 2283
2300 to 2499
2550 to 2752
9000 to 9009
9200 to 9209
Animation type • When you move the fader from one end to the
other and back, the effect is executed in the
opposite direction.
Crosspoints selected with the BACKGROUND
and FOREGROUND bus buttons do not
change.
• If the editing control unit select switch is set to
PVE-500, the N/R button lights during
execution of the effect.
1001
1011 to 1058
1065 to 1079
1100 to 1151
1130 to 1171
1240 to 1253
1280 to 1288
2250 to 2251
2262
2265
2284
2500 to 2534
2800 to 2881
9100 to 9109
9300 to 9309
Appendixes
A-21
Appendixes
Appendixes
2871
to
2876
The effects of the DFS-700/700P can be classified by their direction type,
as follows.
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Variant Forms and Decorations
EDGE
Pattern No.
TITLE
BD
SF
0001 to 0016
√
√
√
0017 to 0018
√
√
√
0019 to 0020
√
√
√
0021 to 0029
√
√
√
0030 to 0033
√
√
√
0034 to 0039
√
√
√
0104 to 0676
√
√
√
0700 to 0809
√
√
√
√
√
1000
1001
√
1003 to 1010
CROP
BV
L
R
T
LOCATE
B
XY
Z
LIGHTING
SP
LN
PL
TRAIL
TR
DB
OPTION
DS 711
√
712
EDGE
Pattern No.
TITLE
1202
CROP
L
R
√
√
√
1203
√
√
√
√
1204
√
√
√
√
1205
√
√
√
√
√
1206
√
√
√
√
√
1207
√
√
√
√
1210 and 1211
√
√
√
√
1212 and 1213
√
√
√
√
√
1230
√
√
√
√
√
1231
√
√
√
√
√
1232
√
√
√
√
√
1233
√
√
√
√
√
1240 and 1241
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1250
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1251
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1260 to 1269
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1300
√
√
√
√
1301
√
√
√
√
1302
√
√
√
√
1303
√
√
√
√
1304
√
√
√
√
1305
√
√
√
√
√
1306
√
√
√
√
√
1307
√
√
√
√
1330 to 1332
√
√
√
√
1340
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1015 to 1018
√
√
√
1020 to 1027
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1030 to 1050
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1055 to 1058
√
√
√
√
√
√
1341
1059
√
√
√
√
1343
√
√
√
√
1065
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1344
√
√
√
√
1066 to 1067
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1347
√
√
√
√
1075 to 1079
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1349
√
√
√
√
1080
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1350 and 1351
√
√
√
√
1100 to 1101
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1360
√
√
√
√
1102 to 1105
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1361
√
√
√
√
1106 to 1109
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1362
√
√
√
√
1120 to 1128
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1363
√
√
√
√
1130 to 1131
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1370 and 1371
√
√
√
√
1150 to 1151
√
√
√
√
√
√
1372 and 1373
√
√
√
√
1200
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1380 to 1388
√
√
√
√
√
√
1201
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1390
√
√
√
√
√
√
1391
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
DS 711
√
√
√
DB
√
√
√
TR
√
1285 to 1288
√
PL
√
1280 to 1283
√
LN
√
√
1252 to 1253
√
SP
√
√
1-81
Appendixes
Z
OPTION
√
1011
A-22
XY
TRAIL
BV
√
√
√
B
LIGHTING
SF
1270 and 1271
√
√
T
LOCATE
BD
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
712
Appendixes
Appendixes
LOCATE: Location of the pattern
XY: X-axis and Y-axis location
Z: Z-axis location
LIGHTING: Lighting
SP: Spotlighting
LN: Direct lighting
PL: Even lighting
TRAIL: Trail
TR: Trail
DB: Drop border
DS: Drop shadow
OPTION: Options
711: The ✩ mark indicates that the BKDF-711
is required for this function.
712: The ★ mark indicates that the BKDF-712
is required for this function.
Some effect patterns have attributes that allow you to
change them, for example by changing the position or
adding a border.
The following list shows the attributes that are
available for each pattern.
TITLE: Title key transition
EDGE: Edge effects
BD: Border
SF: Blurring
BV: Bevel edge
CROP: Cropping
L: Left
R: Right
T: Top
B: Bottom
√
Appendixes
A-23
1-82
Effect Pattern Variant Forms and Decorations
EDGE
Pattern No.
TITLE
1392
CROP
R
√
1393
√
√
√
√
√
1394
√
√
√
√
1500
√
√
√
√
√
1501
√
√
√
√
√
1502
√
√
√
√
1503
√
√
√
√
√
√
1504
√
√
√
√
√
√
1505
√
√
√
√
√
1506
√
√
√
√
√
1507
√
√
√
√
√
1508
√
√
√
√
√
1510
√
√
√
√
√
1511
√
√
√
√
1512
√
√
√
√
1513
√
√
√
√
1514
√
√
√
√
1515
√
√
√
√
1520 to 1522
√
√
√
√
1523
√
√
√
√
1524
√
√
√
√
1530 to 1535
√
√
√
√
1600
√
√
√
√
1601
√
√
√
√
1602
√
√
√
√
1603
√
√
√
√
√
1604
√
√
√
√
√
1605
√
√
√
√
1606
√
√
√
√
1607
√
√
√
√
√
1610
√
√
√
√
√
1611 and 1612
√
√
√
√
T
LOCATE
B
√
XY
Z
LIGHTING
SP
LN
PL
TRAIL
OPTION
TR
√
DB
√
DS 711
√
TITLE
1732
CROP
SF
BV
L
R
T
B
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1740
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1741
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1742
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1750 to 1753
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1760 to 1770
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1780 to 1783
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1800 to 1806
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1807 to 1811
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1812 to 1816
√
√
√
√
√
√
1820
√
√
√
√
√
1821
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Z
LIGHTING
TRAIL
OPTION
SP
LN
PL
TR
DB
DS 711
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1822
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1823
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1824
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1850
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1851
√
√
√
√
√
1852
√
√
√
√
√
1853
√
√
√
√
√
1854
√
√
√
√
√
1855
√
√
√
√
√
1900
√
√
√
√
√
√
1901
√
√
√
√
√
√
1902 to 1945
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1946
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1947
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1948
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1949 and 1950
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1951
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1952
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1954
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1955
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
XY
√
√
√
LOCATE
BD
√
√
√
EDGE
Pattern No.
√
√
√
712
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1613
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1956
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1620 to 1644
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1958 and 1959
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1690
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1960 to 1964
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1700
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1701
√
√
√
√
1702
√
√
√
√
1703
√
√
√
1704
√
√
1705
√
1706
DFS-700/700P
A-24
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2000 to 2003
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2100
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2101
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2102
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2103
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2104
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2105
√
√
√
√
√
1707
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2106
√
√
√
√
√
1730
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2107
√
√
√
√
√
1731
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2108
√
√
√
√
Appendixes
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Appendixes
712
Appendixes
BV
√
Appendixes
SF
√
L
√
BD
√
A-25
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Variant Forms and Decorations
EDGE
Pattern No.
TITLE
2109
2110
CROP
BV
√
L
√
R
T
√
√
√
√
√
√
2111
√
√
√
√
√
√
2112
√
√
√
√
√
√
2113
√
√
√
√
2114
√
√
√
√
√
2115 to 2120
√
√
√
√
√
2121 to 2125
√
√
√
√
√
LOCATE
B
XY
Z
LIGHTING
SP
LN
√
PL
TRAIL
TR
√
DB
√
OPTION
DS 711
√
712
EDGE
Pattern No.
TITLE
CROP
2325
BD
√
SF
√
BV
√
L
√
R
√
T
√
√
√
√
√
√
2326
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2327
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2328 and 2329
√
√
√
√
√
√
LOCATE
B
XY
Z
LIGHTING
SP
LN
PL
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2340 to 2344
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2345 and 2346
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2347 and 2348
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2349 and 2350
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
TRAIL
OPTION
TR
√
DB
√
DS 711 712
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
✩
✩
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2126
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2351
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2127 to 2144
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2352 and 2353
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2150 to 2154
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2354 and 2355
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2160
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2356 and 2357
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2161 and 2162
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2360 to 2375
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2163
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2380 to 2395
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2164
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2400 to 2419
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2165
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2420 to 2427
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2166
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2428 and 2429
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
2167
√
√
√
√
2200 to 2213
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2250 and 2251
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2260
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2261
2262 and 2263
√
2264
2265 and 2266
√
2267
2268
√
√
√
√
√
2430 to 2437
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
2470 to 2473
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
2480 to 2483
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
2484 to 2499
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
2500
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
√
2501 to 2517
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2518 to 2519
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2520
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2521 to 2523
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2524 and 2525
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2526 and 2527
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2530 and 2531
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2532
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2533 and 2534
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2270 to 2273
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2274
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2275 to 2278
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2269
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2280 and 2281
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2282
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2283
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2279
√
2284
2300
√
√
√
2301
√
√
√
2302
√
√
√
2303
√
√
√
2304 to 2307
√
√
√
√
√
2320
√
√
√
√
√
2321
√
√
√
2322 and 2323
√
√
√
√
√
2324
√
√
√
√
√
1-83
A-26
Appendixes
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
✩
√
✩
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
Appendixes
SF
√
Appendixes
√
BD
√
√
√
√
2550 to 2554
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
2560 to 2564
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
√
√
√
√
2600 to 2620
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
2624
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
√
★
√
2625
√
√
√
✩
2630 to 2633
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2640 to 2651
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2660 and 2661
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
★
✩
★
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2690
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2691 and 2692
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2700 to 2715
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2720 to 2724
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
√
√
✩
2730 to 2739
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
√
✩
2740 to 2752
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
Appendixes
A-27
1-84
Effect Pattern Image List
Effect Pattern Variant Forms and Decorations
EDGE
Pattern No.
TITLE
CROP
LOCATE
LIGHTING
SF
√
BV
√
L
√
R
√
T
√
B
√
XY
√
Z
√
SP
√
2810 to 2813
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2820 to 2827
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2830 to 2833
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2840 to 2845
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2850 to 2857
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
LN
PL
TRAIL
This section illustrates the effect patterns of the DFS-700/700P.
OPTION
TR
√
DB
√
DS 711
√
712
★
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
2866
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
2870 to 2876
√
√
√
√
√
√
★
√
√
√
√
★
How to read the patterns
★
★
✩
Direction of the effect a)
★
Left and right mirror pictures
★
2860 and 2861
2865
2880 and 2881
9000 to 9009
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
9100 to 9109
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
9200 to 9209
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
9300 to 9309
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Appendixes
Appendixes
2800 to 2805
BD
√
Upper and lower mirror pictures
FG
FG
GF FG
BG
FG
Abbreviations in the illustrated patterns
FG: Foreground picture
BG: Backgrond picture
T: Transition type
A: Animation type
a) Direction of the effect when executed in normal direction
Wipe
1
2
T
6
7
11
16
21
22
30
31
104
105
T
T
26
T
T
33
T
106
T
20
24
32
T
T
T
T
T
15
19
23
T
T
T
T
10
14
18
T
T
T
T
T
9
13
17
5
T
T
T
T
DFS-700/700P
Appendixes
8
12
T
4
T
T
T
A-28
3
T
T
107
T
T
Appendixes
A-29
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Image List
Wipe (continued)
Matrix wipe (continued)
310
311
312
T
323
502
504
516
604
606
614
600
608
616
618
626
620
T
630
T
664
674
T
T
BG
FG
MOSAIC(8X8)
MOSAIC(8X8)
FG
BG
T
710
T
T
BG
1010
712
T
T
BG
T
BG
717
740
742
T
750
T
760
T
T
T
T
762
T
1001
FG
FG
MOSAIC(8X8)
BG
FG
HORIZONTAL
MOSAIC
HORIZONTAL
MOSAIC
BG
FG
VARIABLE
MOSAIC
VARIABLE
MOSAIC
1016
A
1006
FG
BG
T
BG
FG
VERTICAL
MOSAIC
VERTICAL
MOSAIC
FG
T
FG
1011
FG
FG
VARIABLE
MOSAIC
T
BG
FG
VARIABLE
MOSAIC
T
T
FG
VARIABLE
MOSAIC
1017
A
FG
VARIABLE
MOSAIC
1018
BG
FG
VARIABLE
MOSAIC
BG
A
A
RANDOM
RANDOM
761
RANDOM
1015
752
T
RANDOM
754
T
T
T
707
RANDOM
T
Matrix wipe
702
800
T
809
T
1003
700
T
799
676
T
796
T
Mosaic
1000
662
T
795
T
T
T
660
T
791
T
T
798
808
622
T
794
T
T
T
790
T
793
797
612
789
T
T
T
T
T
628
792
602
610
788
T
T
T
T
T
787
508
T
T
T
T
624
506
518
T
T
T
T
T
RANDOM
RANDOM
T
T
T
773
T
T
774
T
T
510
T
324
T
500
772
320
T
Appendixes
Appendixes
321
313
T
763
T
T
RANDOM
764
770
T
771
T
T
(continued)
1-85
A-30
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-31
1-86
Effect Pattern Image List
Freeze, Strobe, Cinema
Sill mirror
BG
BG
1020
BG
(DISSOLVE)
GF
1021
FG
BG
(DISSOLVE)
FG
1065
GF
BG
(DISSOLVE)
FG
FG
1066
A
1023
(DISSOLVE)
FG
A
A
BG
1075
FG
BG
GF
FG
FG
FG
1025
(DISSOLVE)
BG
(DISSOLVE)
FG
GF
A
(DISSOLVE)
FG
FG
GF
1027
FG
BG
A
GF
BG
(DISSOLVE)
FG
1026
A
FG
1024
FG
FG
Picture-in-picture
1100
A
1101
P in P
1105
P in P
(auto centering)
A
A
Y & C modify
1102
1106
1103
FG
BG
(DISSOLVE)
1033
NEGATIVE
COLOR
BG
3D CIRCLE
1108
P in P
A
1043
(DISSOLVE)
FG
BG
Y MASK
FG
A
1050
(DISSOLVE)
C MASK
BG
1056
A
A
P in P
A
A
1131
A
FG
ZOOM UP
(auto centering)
A
(DISSOLVE)
A
FG
1057
MODIFY
A
A
1109
(fade)
MODIFY
BG
FG
MODIFY
3D HEART
P in P
FG
BG
A
1055
FG
ZOOM UP
A
BG
3D HEART
A
Zoom up
1130
(DISSOLVE)
Y&C MASK
1046
(fade)
B&W
FG
BG
SKEW P in P
(DISSOLVE)
A
1040
1104
A
A
1107
P in P
A
FG
3D P in P
(fade)
3D CIRCLE
SKEW P in P
3D P in P
A
(fade)
1030
A
CROPPING
(fade)
FG
BG
A
Cropping
FG
FG
(DISSOLVE)
BG
COLOR STROBE
Appendixes
Appendixes
BG
A
A
FG
1022
BG
FG
1067
B&W STROBE
STROBE
FG
MODIFY
1058
BG
A
FG
MODIFY
BG
A
Cut
1059
FG
(CUT)
BG
T
DFS-700/700P
A-32
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-33
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Image List
Spotlight
Multi-screen
1150
FG
FG
+
BG
1151
FG
FG
FG
+ FG
BG
1240
A
FG
GF
1201
FG
FG GF BG
FG
GF
FG
FG
FG
FG
1203
FG
FG
GF
FG
1205
FG
GF
FG
GF
FG
FG
BG
FG GF
T
FG
FG
FG
FG
GF FG
FG
1207
FG
FG
GF
FG
BG
FG
FG
BG
T
FG
FG
GF
FG
BG
(DISSOLVE)
FG FG FG
FG FG FG
FG
FG
GF
A
FG
FG
1211
FG
stream
T
1212
stream
FG
1213
T
T
1269
GF
RANDOM
+
FADE
T
PAINT
+
STROBE
PAINT
+
STROBE
1281
A
RANDOM
+
FADE
T
T
1282
A
PAINT
+
STROBE
1283
A
PAINT
+
STROBE
A
Stained glass
FG
stream
T
STAINED GLASS
STAINED GLASS
1286
+
+
STROBE
A
Slide
T
1300
1302
1301
T
T
1304
1305
T
1-87
Appendixes
1265
T
Real paint
FG
T
1233
1232
WAVE
+
FADE
1271
A
T
1264
T
FG
Accordion
1231
A
T
T
STROBE
T
WAVE
+
FADE
1263
1270
T
1285
1230
1260
FG
A
T
T
Stream
stream
WAVE
+
FADE
1253
FG
A
1262
T
GF
1252
FG
A
1261
FG
FG
FG
1251
FG
T
FG
T
GF FG
FG
FG
BG
FG
FG
FG
FG
1250
GF
1280
A-34
FG FG FG
1241
A
T
FG
FG
FG
BG
1210
FG
FG
BG
FG
FG GF
FG
1206
FG
FG
Appendixes
Appendixes
GF
T
1204
FG
Wave modulation
BG GF FG
1202
(DISSOLVE)
A
Dynamic mirror
1200
BG
1303
1307
1306
T
T
T
T
T
Appendixes
A-35
1-88
Effect Pattern Image List
Split slide (continued)
Split slide
1330
1370
1332
1331
T
T
T
1341
T
T
1385
1373
T
1383
T
T
1387
1386
T
T
1382
1381
T
T
1343
T
T
1388
T
T
1344
1391
1390
T
T
T
1392
1347
1393
T
1349
T
T
T
T
1394
T
1350
1351
T
1360
T
1361
T
1362
T
1363
T
T
(continued)
DFS-700/700P
A-36
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-37
Appendixes
Appendixes
1380
1340
1372
1371
T
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Image List
Compress
2D rotation
1500
1501
1600
T
1601
1604
1603
T
T
T
T
1503
T
T
1605
1606
T
1504
1607
1610
T
T
1611
T
T
1505
T
T
1613
1612
1506
T
1507
T
T
T
2D rotation + Compress + Slide
1508
1510
T
1513
T
1523
1522
T
1515
1514
T
T
1520
T
T
1620
1630
T
T
1521
T
T
1635
1640
T
T
1524
T
T
1512
1511
1644
1643
T
T
T
Expand
2D rotation + Compress + Slide (modified)
1530
1531
1533
1532
1690
1534
2D
(variable)
T
T
T
T
T
T
1535
T
1-89
A-38
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-39
Appendixes
Appendixes
T
1502
1602
T
1-90
Effect Pattern Image List
3D rotation
3D rotation + Compress + Slide (modified)
1700
1702
1701
1705
T
T
T
T
1765
1707
1706
1762
1760
T
T
T
T
T
1770
Door
1780
T
1730
1732
1731
T
1741
1740
T
1781
1782
T
T
T
1783
1742
T
1800
T
T
T
T
1802
Split 3D rotation
T
1806
T
1750
BG
FG
FG
1751
FG
FG
BG
FG
1752
FG
FG
FG
T
T
1753
BG
FG
T
FG
BG
BG
FG
1807
T
1810
T
T
1811
T
1812
T
1813
T
1814
T
1815
T
1816
T
1820
1821
T
DFS-700/700P
A-40
Appendixes
T
1822
T
1823
T
1824
T
T
Appendixes
A-41
Appendixes
Appendixes
T
T
1704
1703
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Image List
Album turn
Flip, Tumble (continued)
FG
1850
FG
BG
FG
1851
BG
BG
T
FG
BG
BG
FG
FG
1853
BG
T
FG
BG
FG
BG
FG
1855
BG
BG
BG
FG
BG
FG
BG
FG
BG
T
BG
BG
1946
BG
1901
FG
INT VIDEO
BG
INT VIDEO
BG
1947
FG
INT VIDEO
T
BG
BG
T
INT VIDEO
BG
1905
FG
INT VIDEO
FG
T
INT VIDEO
BG
INT VIDEO
FG
INT VIDEO
FG
FG
BG
INT VIDEO
BG
BG
FG
INT VIDEO
T
T
BG
BG
INT VIDEO
1959
INT VIDEO
FG
FG
T
T
BG
INT VIDEO
FG
T
1933
FG
FG
FG
1960
INT VIDEO
INT VIDEO
FG
1956
INT
VIDEO
FG
T
BG
BG
T
FG
T
1921
FG
FG
T
1958
INT VIDEO
INT VIDEO
BG
T
BG
BG
T
1954
INT VIDEO
T
1916
FG
1951
INT VIDEO
BG
1955
BG
T
BG
T
BG
T
INT VIDEO
T
T
1909
FG
BG
FG
1952
INT VIDEO
1949
FG
FG
T
BG
INT
VIDEO
T
1950
1930
T
FG
T
1920
FG
FG
1900
1912
T
T
1948
1906
INT VIDEO
FG
1945
FG
Flip, Tumble
1902
INT
VIDEO
INT VIDEO
T
FG
BG
BG
T
1944
BG
1943
FG
T
FG
FG
1854
1942
BG
BG
INT VIDEO
BG
INT
VIDEO
1962
FG
FG
T
BG
INT VIDEO
FG
T
T
T
1964
BG
INT VIDEO
FG
INT VIDEO
1940
BG
T
INT VIDEO
1941
FG
T
BG
FG
T
Twist
(continued)
2000
2001
T
2002
T
2003
T
1-91
A-42
Appendixes
T
Appendixes
A-43
Appendixes
Appendixes
1852
INT VIDEO
FG
1-92
Effect Pattern Image List
Page turn (modified)
Page turn
PAGE TURN
PAGE TURN
2100
FG
T
2105
FG
T
2108
FG
T
PAGE TURN
2152
(variable)
T
T
2154
(variable)
T
T
PAGE TURN
PAGE TURN
2153
(variable)
(variable)
T
T
FG
T
T
T
2160
2161
T
FG
2110
2109
FG
2151
(variable)
Split page turn
2107
FG
T
T
FG
T
2106
FG
2150
2103
FG
Appendixes
Appendixes
2104
2102
2101
FG
T
2111
FG
T
T
2162
2163
T
2112
2114
2113
FG
FG
T
T
FG
T
T
2164
2165
T
FG
FG
2120
T
2115
FG
2121
T
FG
T
T
2166
2167
T
2122
2123
FG
T
2124
T
2125
FG
FG
FG
2127
T
2136
FG
T
2212
2211
FG
2139
FG
2213
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
2210
T
FG
2138
2137
2204
2135
T
T
T
T
FG
FG
FG
2203
T
T
2134
2133
T
2131
T
FG
2202
FG
FG
2132
T
FG
2130
FG
2201
T
T
2128
Sphere
2200
T
2126
T
FG
T
Picture-in-picture (sphere)
2140
FG
2142
2141
FG
FG
T
T
T
P in P SPHERE
2250
2251
( fade )
A
2143
2144
FG
T
DFS-700/700P
A-44
Appendixes
P in P SPHERE
A
FG
T
Appendixes
A-45
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Image List
Ripple
2260
Amoeba, Melt, Lens
BG
2261
2280
BG
T
2263
BG
2282
A
2264
BG
T
2265
2266
2268
2269
A
Two-picture slide
T
T
2300
T
2302
T
2303
T
2271
BG
T
2272
2301
T
BG
Burst, Explosion, Ring, Swirl
2270
T
BG
T
BG
2283
T
A
2267
BG
T
2284
BG
T
2281
T
BG
2304
T
2273
T
2274
2305
T
2306
T
T
2307
T
T
Two-picture slide, 2D rotation
2275
T
T
T
2320
2321
T
2276
T
2277
T
T
2278
2322
2279
T
2323
T
T
2324
T
2325
T
2326
T
2327
T
T
2328
2329
T
1-93
A-46
Appendixes
T
Appendixes
A-47
Appendixes
Appendixes
2262
T
1-94
Effect Pattern Image List
Two-picture intersect
Two-picture rotation + Compress + Slide
2340
BG
2341
BG
T
2343
BG
T
2344
T
T
2346
2348
2350
2352
2371
2372
2351
T
2373
T
2374
T
T
T
T
T
2365
2370
2349
T
T
T
T
2363
2364
2347
T
T
T
T
T
2375
T
T
2353
T
2354
T
2355
T
2356
T
2357
T
DFS-700/700P
A-48
2362
BG
2345
BG
2361
T
Appendixes
T
Appendixes
A-49
Appendixes
Appendixes
2342
2360
T
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Image List
Two-picture box
Two-picture brick
2380
2400
2381
T
2402
2383
T
2384
2404
2385
2386
2388
2390
2392
2394
T
2415
T
T
2416
2395
T
2413
2414
2393
T
T
T
T
2411
2412
2391
T
T
T
T
2407
2410
2389
T
T
T
T
2405
2406
2387
T
T
T
T
2403
T
T
T
T
T
2417
T
T
2418
T
2419
T
T
1-95
A-50
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-51
Appendixes
Appendixes
2382
2401
T
T
1-96
Effect Pattern Image List
Masked flip
Two-picture brick (flip type)
2420
2421
T
2423
T
2424
2482
T
2425
T
2426
2428
2430
2432
2434
2436
2493
2494
T
2495
T
T
T
2497
2496
2437
T
T
T
T
2491
2492
2435
T
T
T
T
2489
2490
2433
T
T
T
T
2487
2488
2431
T
T
T
T
2485
2486
2429
T
T
T
T
2483
2484
2427
T
T
T
T
2481
T
T
T
Split 3D rotation
2498
2470
2471
T
2472
T
T
2473
T
DFS-700/700P
A-52
2499
T
Appendixes
T
Appendixes
A-53
Appendixes
Appendixes
2422
2480
T
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Image List
2ch picture-in-picture
2ch picture-in-picture
2500
2501
A
2503
A
2504
2522
2505
2508
A
2531
2532
2513
A
A
A
A
BG
2527
2530
2511
2512
2525
A
A
A
A
A
2526
2509
2510
BG
A
A
BG
A
2524
2507
BG
A
2523
BG
A
A
2521
A
A
A
2506
BG
A
2533
A
A
2534
A
A
Two-picture page turn
2514
2515
A
A
2550
2551
T
2516
T
2517
A
2518
A
2552
2519
A
2553
T
A
T
2554
T
1-97
A-54
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-55
Appendixes
Appendixes
2502
2520
A
1-98
Effect Pattern Image List
3D split flip
Split page turn
2560
2561
T
2563
T
2631
T
2632
T
2633
T
T
T
Multi-cube
2564
T
2640
2641
T
3D split
2600
2604
2642
T
T
T
T
2605
2643
T
2644
2610
2611
T
2612
T
T
T
T
2651
T
T
Three-picture multi-cube
2624
T
2645
T
2650
2613
2620
T
2646
T
T
T
T
2660
2661
T
T
2625
T
DFS-700/700P
A-56
Appendixes
T
Appendixes
A-57
Appendixes
Appendixes
2562
2630
T
DFS-700/700P
Effect Pattern Image List
Special wipe
3D box twist
2690
2730
2691
T
T
T
2731
T
2732
2692
3D page turn
2733
T
2734
2700
2735
T
2737
T
2703
T
T
2712
2751
2713
2714
2750
T
T
T
T
T
3D modeling effect
2740
2711
T
2739
T
2705
2710
T
T
2738
2704
T
T
2736
2702
T
T
2701
T
T
2752
T
T
2715
T
T
3D twist
2720
2721
T
2722
T
2723
T
T
2724
1-99
A-58
Appendixes
Appendixes
A-59
Appendixes
Appendixes
T
1-100
Effect Pattern Image List
3D cylinder, Sphere, Heart
3D beveled edge, Picture-in-picture
2800
2801
BG
A
A
2804
A
A
2844
A
2845
BG
A
A
A
3D wave, 3D flag
3D modeled edge, Picture-in-picture
2810
2850
2811
A
2812
A
2843
BG
A
2805
BG
A
2842
2803
BG
2841
BG
BG
A
2852
2813
A
A
2853
BG
A
A
3D cube, 3D brick
2851
BG
A
2854
A
2855
BG
A
2820
A
2821
A
A
2856
2857
BG
A
2822
A
2823
A
A
2824
Kaleidoscope
2860
2825
2861
A
A
A
A
3D crystal, Mirror cube
2827
2826
A
A
2865
2866
A
2830
A
2832
A
2833
A
DFS-700/700P
A-60
A
2831
Appendixes
A
Appendixes
A-61
Appendixes
Appendixes
2802
2840
A
DFS-700/700P
To Exchange the Button Labels
Effect Pattern Image List
After changing a pattern assignment, you can exchange the label on the
numeric buttons.
Proceed as follows.
3D object effect
2870
2871
A
2873
A
2874
1
2
Write the new pattern on one of the supplied exchange labels.
3
Insert the tool into the slot on the side of button, lifting up the white
button cap, and remove the cap.
4
5
6
Remove the old label and insert the new label.
A
2875
A
2876
A
2880
A
A
Appendixes
Appendixes
2872
A
Insert the supplied tool into the hole at the side of the button and
remove the button.
Replace the white button cap.
Return the button to its original position.
2881
A
2
1-101
A-62
Appendixes
3
Appendixes
A-63
1-102
Specifications
Specifications
General
Signal processing
Sampling rate
Y: 13.5 MHz, R–Y/B–Y:
6.75 MHz, KEY: 13.5 MHz
Quantizing
Y/R–Y/B–Y: 8 bits, KEY: 8 bits
Linearity (composite output)
Differential gain
Less than 3.5% (composite input)
Less than 2% (component, S-Video
input)
Differential phase
Less than 2.5º (composite input)
Less than 1.0º (component,
S-Video input)
Frequency response
0 to 5 MHz + 0.5 dB/–1 dB
DFS-700/700P
A-64
Appendixes
System delay
More than 50 dB (composite)
More than 55 dB (component,
S-Video)
1 frame
Preread mode: Background bus
only 4H
Input signals
VIDEO INPUT
COMPONENT
BNC type (Y/R–Y/B–Y ) × 4
(with BKDF-701: × 8)
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms
R–Y/B–Y: 0.756 Vp-p, 75 ohms
RGB
To use some of the above
COMPONENT connectors.
R/G/B: 0.756 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
sync on green
COMPOSITE (with BKDF-702/702P)
BNC type × 4
VIDEO: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
sync negative
S-VIDEO (with BKDF-702/702P)
DIN × 4
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms, sync
negative,
C (BURST): 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms
REF. VIDEO
BNC type × 2, loop through
SYNC: 0.286 Vp-p
BURST: 0.286 Vp-p
SDI INPUT
BNC type × 4 (with BKDF-701:
× 8)
270 Mb/s, compliant with SMPTE259M
DSK KEY IN
BNC type × 2, loop through
1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms, sync negative
Output signals
Supplied accessories
PGM OUT
SDI
AC power cord (1)
25-pin control cable, 10 m (1)
Button labels (1 set)
Tool for removing key tops (1)
Operation manual (1)
BNC type × 2
270 Mb/s, compliant with SMPTE259M
COMPONENT BNC type (Y/R–Y/B–Y ) × 2
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms, sync
negagive
R–Y/B–Y: 0.756 Vp-p, 75 ohms
COMPOSITE BNC type × 2
Video: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
sync negative
S-VIDEO
DIN × 2
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms, sync
negative
C (BURST): 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms
CLEAN OUT
BNC type × 1
SDI: 270 Mb/s, compliant with
SMPTE-259M
BLACK BURST OUT
BNC type × 3
SYNC: 0.286 Vp-p
BURST: 0.286 Vp-p
Appendixes
Appendixes
Signaling system DFS-700: NTSC
DFS-700P: PAL
Power requirements
DFS-700: 100 V AC, 50/60 Hz
DFS-700P: 220/240 V AC,
50/60 Hz
Operating voltage DFS-700: 90 to 130 V AC, 47 to
63 Hz
DFS-700P: 180 to 260 V AC, 47 to
63 Hz
Power consumption
200 W
Peak inrush current
(1) Power ON, current probe method: 24 A (240 V)
(2) Hot switching inrush current, measured in
accordance with European
standard EN55103-1:13 A
(230 V)
Operating temperature
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Dimensions
Control panel: 440 × 121 × 287 mm
(w/h/d) (173/8 × 47/8 × 113/8
inches)
Processor: 440 × 133 × 520 mm
(w/h/d) (173/8 × 51/4 × 201/2
inches)
Mass
Control panel: Approx. 3 kg
(6 lb 9 oz)
Processor unit: Approx. 14 kg
(30 lb 13 oz)
S/N
Design and specifications subject to change without
notice.
Control signals
EDITOR
GPI T 1/2
PANEL
TALLYL
TERMINAL
D-sub, 9-pin × 1 (RS-422A)
BNC type × 2, TTL level, active
low
D-sub, 25-pin × 1
D-sub, 25-pin × 1, relay contact
output × 8
USB × 1
Recommended equipment and cables
Editing control unit
PVE-500, BVE-900/910/2000,
BVE-600
VTR
DSR-2000/2000P, DNW-75/75P
Audio mixer
SRP-V200R
Cables
RCC-5G/10G/30G 9-pin remote
control cables
Appendixes
A-65
DFS-700/700P
Glossary
Glossary
A-roll edit
An edit using one player and one
recorder for basic cut editing.
B–Y signal
A color difference signal. The blue
signal minus the Y signal.
Background picture
In animation effects, the picture
into which the foreground picture
is inserted. In transition effects, the
picture that is replaced as the effect
progresses (FROM picture). The
picture selected with the
BACKGROUND bus buttons.
Background through mode
In the DFS-700/700P, an output
mode in which the video input of
the background bus and the video
input of the foreground bus are
mixed for output. Normally the
two pictures are delayed by 1
frame, but in pre-read editing the
background bus picture is delayed
by 4 lines. Pre-read editing is
enabled by inserting the input of
the background bus into the output
of the recorder VTR. In this state,
the foreground bus input delay
becomes 1 frame + 4 lines.
Therefore, the VTR output that is
inserted into the foreground bus
must be read ahead by 1 frame.
Black burst
A sync signal composed of
composite sync and burst signals.
Bus
An internal signal path. Signals
selected for input to the bus are
passed on to the next process.
1-103
Chroma
In colors, hue and saturation.
A-66
Appendixes
Editing control unit
A video editor with functions for
remote control of VTRs, video
switchers, audio switchers, and
other video editing equipment.
Color bar
A test signal displayed on a
monitor screen as vertical stripes
of different colors, used to adjust
hue and saturation.
Field
In the NTSC color television
system, 262.5 horizontal scanning
lines. Odd lines are scanned for the
first field before returning to the
top of the screen to scan even
lines. A frame is composed of two
fields: the odd and even fields.
Color matte
An internally generated color
signal with adjustable hue,
saturation, and luminance.
Component signal
Video signal containing separate
luminance (Y) and color difference
(R–Y, B–Y) video components.
Composite signal
Video signal containing video,
color burst, and sync signals.
Cross-point
An electronic switch where video
signal lines cross. When the switch
is closed, usually by pressing a
button, multiple input signals and
one or more output signals are
allowed to pass.
Cut
An instantaneous switch from one
picture to another, or the
instantaneous insertion or deletion
of a key signal.
Downstream key (DSK)
Effect used to superimpose
characters or graphics over output
signals. Called downstream key
because superimposing takes place
in the final stages of processing
after other effects have been
applied. Requires a key source
signal to define the outlines of the
characters or graphics, and a key
fill signal to fill the outlines. See
also “title key”.
Foreground picture
In animation effects, the picture
inserted into the background
picture. In transition effects, the
picture left on the screen after the
effect finishes (TO picture). The
picture selected with the
FOREGROUND bus buttons.
Frame
Two fields, containing all the
information in a complete picture.
Frame synchronizer
A device used to bring the timing
of unsynchronized video into
conformance with a local reference
signal.
Gen-lock
To synchronize output signals to
an external sync signal.
GPI
Abbreviation of general purpose
interface. An interface used to
carry out remote control from
editing control units lacking a
formal interface.
Hue
The attribute of colors that allows
them to be classified as red, green,
blue, and so on. Red and pink have
the same hue, but different
saturations.
Key clip
In luminance keys, to specify a
reference luminance level. The
part of the signal above the
reference level is used as the key
source signal. See also “key
source”.
Key fill
A signal used to fill the hole cut
with the key source signal.
Key frame
User program effect data which
defines the effect at a specific
point. User program effects are
made up of sequentially executed
key frames.
Key gain
The sensitivity of circuits, which
can be adjusted with the switcher’s
key gain control. This is done to
obtain the desired blurring of key
edges.
Key invert
In luminance key, to reverse the
polarity of a key source signal so
that the hole is cut with the darker
part of the signal.
Key mask
To hide part of a title key or
downstream key signal so that only
the desired part is used.
Key source
A signal used to cut a hole in a
background picture for insertion of
a key fill signal.
Luminance key
Key effect in which a luminance
signal is used to define the outlines
of characters or graphics.
Luminance signal
The part of a video signal that
carries brightness information.
Also called the Y signal.
Mix
Effect in which one signal fades in
while another fades out. Also
called dissolve.
Pre-read editing
A/B roll editing using the output
(playback) of the recorder VTR
and a player VTR.
Preroll
Running a videotape a certain
distance before the edit IN point in
order to bring the tape to a steady
speed and synchronize it with
other tapes.
Postroll
Running a videotape a certain
distance past the edit OUT point in
order to monitor the video that
follows.
R–Y signal
A color difference signal. The red
signal minus the Y signal.
RGB signal
A signal format in which red,
green, and blue signals are
transmitted separately. A separate
sync signal may be sent, or the
sync signal can be added to the
green signal. The DFS-700/700P
uses the latter method.
Saturation
The extent to which a color has
been diluted by white. Pure red is
fully saturated, while pink is
diluted.
SDI
A serial component digital signal.
Snapshot
Data containing the settings of
specific controls on the control
panel. Snapshots can be saved and
recalled to restore the control panel
to a desired state.
Subcarrier (SC)
The part of a video signal that
carries color information. The
amplitude represents saturation,
and the relative phase against the
color burst signal represents hue.
Also called the color subcarrier.
Title key
Effect used to superimpose
foreground characters or graphics
on a background. Requires a key
source signal to define the outlines
of the characters or graphics, and a
key fill signal to fill the outlines.
See also “downstream key”.
Transition
A period during which one picture
is replaced by another, or a period
during which a key is inserted or
deleted.
Wipe
A transition effect in which one
picture moves in to replace
another. Often the new picture
appears as a geometrical shape
such as a circle or star.
YUV signal
An analog component signal,
consisting of a luminance (Y)
signal, a color difference signal U
(B–Y) and a color difference signal
V (R–Y).
S-video signal
A video signal with separate
luminance (Y) and chrominance
(C) components. As opposed to
composite video, S-video provides
higher quality by eliminating
interference between the Y and C
signals.
Appendixes
A-67
Appendixes
Appendixes
A/B roll edit
An edit using two players and one
recorder, to permit special effects
such as mix and wipe.
Chroma key
Key effect in which a particular
color (usually a highly saturated
blue) is used to cut holes in a
background picture.
1-104
Index
A
A/B roll editing
BVE-600 5-6
BVE-900/2000 series 5-8
GPI signals 5-12
PVE-500 5-3
connections 6-5
AC IN connector 2-15
Advanced operations 4-1
Angle 3-42
Animation type effects 3-17, A-21
AUXILIARY buttons 2-2, 3-16
B
BACKGROUND bus button 2-3, 3-13
Background image 3-12
Basic operation 3-1
BEVELD EDGE button 2-8, 3-27
BKDF-701/702/702P/711/712 1-3
BLACK BURST OUT 1, 2, 3 connectors
2-15
Control from editing control units 5-1
Control knobs 2-10
Control panel 2-1
delegation section 2-1, 2-2
EDITOR button 2-1, 2-7
effect control section 2-2, 2-10
effect transition section 2-2, 2-4
fade-to-black and DSK section 2-1,
2-6
GPI button 2-1, 2-7
location section 2-1, 2-12
pattern/numeric keypad 2-1, 2-5
primary cross-point bus section 2-1,
2-3
snapshot section 2-1, 2-11
menu control section 2-2, 2-7
25-pin connector 2-1, 2-12
user program section 2-2, 2-11
CRK button 2-7, 3-38
CROP 3-27
CUT button 2-4
BLACK button 2-2, 2-3
D
BORDER button
DSK section 2-8, 3-48
EDGE section 2-8, 3-26
DEL button 2-6
Boundary, modification 3-26
Delegation buttons 2-2, 3-16
Button labels A-63
Delegation section 2-1, 2-2
BVE-600 5-5
Demonstration
factory setting 3-8
snapshot 4-23
BVE-900/910/2000 5-8
C
CCR button
delegation section 2-2, 3-59
menu control section 2-9, 3-59
Changing direct pattern assignments 4-1
Density function 3-43
DIRECT PATTERN button 2-5, 3-23
DIRECT RECALL button 2-5, 4-23
Direct pattern selection 3-23
changing assignments 4-1
selectable effects 3-17
DSK PVW button 2-6
DSK section 2-6, 2-8
E
EDGE section 2-8
EDIT button 2-11, 4-11
EDIT display 2-11, 4-11
Editing user program effects 4-12
Editing control unit
BVE-600 5-5
BVE-900/2000 series 5-8
control using GPI signals 5-11
preread editing 5-14
PVE-500 5-1
EDITOR connector 2-14
EDITOR button 2-1, 2-7
EFFECT button 2-4
EFFECT indicator 2-4, 3-51
Effects
control section 2-1, 2-10
control parameter list A-5
example 3-18
executing 3-54
motion types A-21
pattern image list A-29
pattern variant forms and decorations
A-22
transition section 2-1, 2-4
type list A-3
types 3-17
selection, using pattern buttons 3-23
selection, using pattern numbers 3-24
ENTER button 2-6
External key mode 3-46
Example effects 3-18
Example operation (1) 3-2
Example operation (2) 3-5
F
Characters and graphics, inserting
downstream key 3-45
title key 3-33
Display window mode indicators 2-4
Chroma keying 3-36
auto 3-37
manual 3-40
Fade to black 3-63
CLEAN OUT connector 2-14
Downstream key 3-45
border 3-48
masking 3-50
on and off using GPI signals 5-13
Color background 3-14
Downstream keyer section 2-8
FOREGROUND bus button 2-3, 3-13
Color cancel function 3-42
Drop border 3-49
Foreground image 3-12
Color correction 3-59
DSK button 2-7, 3-47
FRAME button 2-2, 3-60
Color matte adjustment 3-57
DSK FILL button 2-2, 3-47
Frame memory buttons 2-2, 3-61
DSK indicator 2-4, 3-51
FREEZ button 2-2, 3-61
DSK KEY IN connectors 2-15
FRGD 2 button 2-2, 3-16
DME switcher introduction 3-1
DOWN button 2-6
Index
AUTO TRANS button 2-4, 3-54
Connections 6-1
A/B roll editing system 6-5
basic system 6-2
key signal 6-2
preread editing 6-4
Fader lever 2-5, 3-54
Fader lever stiffness adjusting screw 2-5
Fade-to-black and DSK section 2-1, 2-6
FADE TO BLACK button 2-6
Features 1-1
DFS-700/700P
Index
I-1
DFS-700/700P
Index
PATTERN ADJ button 2-10
Specifications A-64
PATTERN/KEY PAD buttons 2-6, 4-1
STATUS display 2-11, 4-10
SUPER BG button 2-2, 3-16
LEARN button 2-11, 4-21
PATTERN NUMBER display window
2-5, 3-24
LIGHTING button 2-9
Pattern number specification mode 3-23
Linear effects 4-4
Pattern/numeric keypad 2-1, 2-5
PGM OUT connectors 2-14
TALLY connector 2-14
Glossary A-66
Location and function of parts
and controls 2-1
Picture-in-picture 3-5
TERMINAL connector 2-14
GPI signals 5-11
LOCATION button 2-12, 3-29
Power switch and indicator 2-13
3D mapping effect option 1-3
GPI button 2-1, 2-7
Location section 2-1, 2-12
TITLE button 2-4, 3-34
GPI/T 1 and 2 connectors 2-15
LUM button
DSK section 2-8, 3-46
TITLE section 2-7, 3-35
Preread editing 5-14
connections 6-4
Front panel 2-13
FTB indicator 2-4, 3-51
F1 to F5 buttons 2-10
G
LAST X/INS 2-6
Luminance key 3-33
HOLD INPUT button 2-12, 4-22
I
Primary inputs and signal formats 6-9
Processor unit 2-13
PVE-500 5-1
M
Images
auxiliary bus 3-16
background 3-12
foreground 3-12
Primary cross-point bus section 2-1, 2-3
MASK button
DSK section 2-8, 3-50
TITLE section 2-8, 3-45
PVW connector 2-15
T
Title key 3-33
chroma key 3-36
luminance key 3-33
masking 3-44
TITLE section 2-7, 3-35
TITLE 1 SOURCE/TITLE 2 SOURCE
button 2-2, 3-16
TRAIL SHADOW button 2-8
R
TRANS RATE display window 2-4, 3-51
Masking
downstream key 3-50
title key 3-44
Rear panel 2-13
REF. VIDEO IN connectors 2-15
Transition
direction 3-52, 3-56
indicator 2-5, 3-56
time 3-51
Initializing
assignment of direct pattern 4-2
menu settings 2-10
snapshot 4-24
user program 4-19
user settings 6-10
MATTES button 2-9, 3-57
REV button 2-5, 3-52
Transition type effects 3-17, A-21
Menus 3-10
Saturation 3-57
INT VIDEO button 2-2, 2-3
MIX button 2-4
Self-keying mode 3-46
Inverting polarity
downstream key 3-48
title key 3-35
Modifying
edge 3-26
pattern 3-28
Sequence of operations 3-1
UP button 2-6
SET button
effect transition section 2-4, 3-51
pattern/numeric keypad 1 2-5, 3-24
User settings 6-10
INITIAL button 2-10
Menu display 2-10
N
J
Joystick 2-12
Nonlinear effects 4-4
N/R button 2-5, 3-52
K
Key fill signal
downstream key 3-47
title key 3-35
Key frame 4-3
adding 4-14
assigning to a numeric button 4-16
copying 4-17
deleting 4-15
Keypad 2-1, 2-5
Key signal connections 6-3
Key source signal 3-45
RECALL button 2-11, 4-22
MEMORY button 2-2, 2-3, 3-16
Menu control section 2-1, 2-7
O
Option board 1-3
Overview 1-1
P, Q
P IN P/RST button 2-6
PAGE button 2-10
PANEL connector 2-14
1-105
Pattern
changing position and size 3-28
entering pattern number 3-23
image list A-29
modifying 3-31
Index
Index
H
L
25-pin connector 2-1, 2-12
S
SET UP button 2-9, 6-7
Setup menu
system setup 6-7
system information display 6-8
input video 6-8
organization 6-7
output video 6-9
control panel 6-10
initializing user settings 6-10
loading user settings 6-10
saving user settings 6-10
SHIFT button 2-9
SNAP SHOT number display 2-11, 4-21
Snapshots 4-20
demonstration 4-23
reinitializing 4-24
recalling 4-22
saving 4-21
section 2-1, 2-11
SOFT button 2-8, 3-27
Soft edge 3-26
Types of effect 3-17
U
User modifiable effects 3-31
User program effects
constructing 4-3
creating 4-10
deleting 4-19
editing 4-12
executing 4-18
modification parameters 4-5
type 4-4
User program section 2-1, 2-11
V
VIDEO INPUT connectors 2-14
W, X, Y
Warning messages A-1
Wipe 3-2
Z
Z knob 2-12, 3-30
I-2
Index
Index
I-3
1-106
DFS-700/700P
Printed in Japan
Sony Corporation