MVS-6500 System

MVS-6500 System
Multi Format Switcher System
MVS-6500 System
(With ICP-6520/6530 Control Panel)
MVS-6520
ICP-6511
MVS-6500 System
(SY)
4-448-461-11 (1)
Sony Corporation
Printed on recycled paper.
MVS-6530
MKS-6550
ICP-6520
MKS-6570
Startup Guide [English]
Printed in Japan
2012.09 32
© 2012
Software Version 1.00 and Later
1st Edition
ICP-6530
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Table of Contents
Overview
Introduction ................................................. 4
Names of Parts ............................................ 5
MVS-6520/6530 Multi Format Switcher
Processor.............................................. 5
ICP-6520/6530 Control Panel....................... 8
ICP-6511 Menu Panel................................... 9
Connection
MVS-6500 System Configuration............. 10
Video Input/Output Systems....................... 10
Device Control Systems.............................. 11
Connecting Devices.................................. 12
MVS System Connection............................ 12
Peripheral Device Connection .................... 13
Preparation
Preparation Procedure ............................. 15
Turning Power On/Off............................... 16
Opening Menus ........................................... 18
Configuring the Network .......................... 19
Setting Signal Formats ............................. 20
Setting the Signal Format............................ 20
Setting the Screen Aspect Ratio.................. 21
Assigning Signals to Cross-Point
Buttons................................................ 21
Setting the Signal Name.............................. 21
Assigning Pair Signals to Cross-Point
Buttons............................................... 22
Assigning Output Signals ........................ 23
Setting Monitor Outputs ............................. 23
Using Multi Viewer .................................... 24
Setting Multi Viewer Output ...................... 24
Configuring Multi Viewer .......................... 24
Assigning Signals to Subscreens................. 25
Setting Multi Viewer Tally Output ............. 26
Setting Tally............................................... 26
Setting Parallel Tally................................... 26
Setting Serial Tally...................................... 26
Assigning 8-Keyer Buttons...................... 36
Assigning Key 5 to Key 8 to 1st Row
Buttons............................................... 36
Assigning Key Selection Functions to Next
Transition Selection Buttons ............. 36
Setting the Startup State .......................... 37
Selecting the Startup Mode at Power On .... 37
Customizing the User Default Settings....... 38
Saving Data to Removable Disk .............. 39
Setting Up a Removable Disk for Use ........ 39
Saving/Recalling User Settings on Removable
Disks .................................................. 39
Setting Simple Connection of AUX Bus
Remote Panel ..................................... 41
Basic Image Creation Operations
Video Switching (Transitions) ................. 43
Types of Transitions (Mix/NAM/Wipe/DME
Wipe) ................................................. 43
Names of Parts in the Control Panel ........... 44
Video Transitions using Cuts...................... 44
Video Transitions using Wipes or Mixes.... 45
Saving DME Wipe Settings in a DME Wipe
Snapshot............................................. 48
Setting Picture-in-Picture (DME Wipe)...... 48
Saving/Recalling a DME Wipe Snapshot ... 49
Inserting Titles (Keys) .............................. 51
What is a Key? ............................................ 51
Entering Titles using Luminance Keys....... 51
Composing Images using Chroma
Keys..................................................... 54
Table of Contents
3
Overview
Overview
Introduction
The Startup Guide (this document) describes the basic
settings and operations to begin using the MVS system.
For details about settings and operations, refer to the
User’s Guide.
4
Introduction
Names of Parts
MVS-6520/6530 Multi Format Switcher Processor
Overview
Rear panel: MVS-6520
Slots 1 to 5
a -AC IN A and B connectors
Slots 6 to 8
b U terminal
Slots 1 to 5
c PRIMARY INPUTS 1 to 32 connectors
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
1
IN
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
2
IN
32
33
3
48
1
4
OUT
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
5
32
d OUTPUTS 1 to 16 connectors
Slots 6 to 8
e TALLY/GPI IN 1 to 18 and TALLY/
GPI OUT 1 to 48 connectors
h UTIL (FM) connector
g REMOTE 1 to 4 connectors
f SERIAL TALLY connector
i FM DEVICE connector
6
SERIAL TALLY
REMOTE 4
REMOTE 3
REMOTE 2
REMOTE 1
7
TALLY/GPI IN13-18 OUT33-48
TALLY/GPI IN7-12 OUT17-32
TALLY/GPI IN1-6 OUT1-16
UTIL(FM) FM DEVICE
8
REF IN
UTIL(SW)
MVS
REMOTE S2
m MVS connector
n UTIL (SW) connector
REMOTE S1
UTIL(SCU)
l REMOTE S1 and S2
connectors
S-BUS
j S-BUS connector
k UTIL (SCU) connector
o REF INPUT connectors
Names of Parts
5
Rear panel: MVS-6530
Slots 1 to 5
a -AC IN A and B connectors
Overview
Slots 6 to 8
b U terminal
Slots 1 to 5
c PRIMARY INPUTS 1 to 48 connectors
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
1
IN
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
2
IN
32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
33
3
IN
48
1
4
OUT
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
5
OUT
32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
d OUTPUTS 1 to 32 connectors
Slots 6 to 8
e TALLY/GPI IN 1 to 18 and TALLY/
GPI OUT 1 to 48 connectors
h UTIL (FM) connector
g REMOTE 1 to 4 connectors
f SERIAL TALLY connector
i FM DEVICE connector
6
SERIAL TALLY
REMOTE 4
REMOTE 3
REMOTE 2
REMOTE 1
7
TALLY/GPI IN13-18 OUT33-48
TALLY/GPI IN7-12 OUT17-32
TALLY/GPI IN1-6 OUT1-16
UTIL(FM) FM DEVICE
8
REF IN
UTIL(SW)
MVS
REMOTE S2
m MVS connector
n UTIL (SW) connector
REMOTE S1
UTIL(SCU)
l REMOTE S1 and S2
connectors
S-BUS
j S-BUS connector
k UTIL (SCU) connector
o REF INPUT connectors
a - AC IN (AC power input) A and B connectors
(3-pin)
Connect to 100 V to 240 V AC power supply with the
optional AC power cords.
The unit is equipped with two power supplies. When A or
B power supply is connected, unit operation can proceed.
b U (signal ground) terminal
Connect to the system ground.
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Names of Parts
c PRIMARY INPUTS
1 to 32 connectors (BNC-type)1): MVS-6520
1 to 48 connectors (BNC-type)1): MVS-6530
These connectors allow you to input up to 32 or up to 48
serial digital video signals to the MVS-6520 or MVS-6530
system, respectively.
Types of output Configurable connectors
signal
MVS-6520
MVS-6530
Re-Entry Source OUTPUTS 1 to 16
OUTPUTS 1 to 24
Aux Bus
OUTPUTS 1 to 16
OUTPUTS 1 to 24
Output/MV/FC/
DME
OUTPUTS 1 to 16
(FC: 15, 16
combination only)
OUTPUTS 1 to 32
(FC: 15, 16 and 31,
32 combinations
only)
For details about output signals and settings, refer to the
User’s Guide.
e TALLY/GPI IN (tally/ general purpose interface
input) 1 to 18 and TALLY/GPI OUT (tally/ general
purpose interface output) 1 to 48 connectors (D-sub
25-pin)
Output tally data created with the control panel of the
MVS-6500 system (open collector).
These connectors can also be used as GPI output ports.
You can also input trigger signals as GPI inputs.
Input and output settings are made on the control panel of
the MVS-6500 system.
f SERIAL TALLY connector (D-sub 9-pin,
RS-422A)
Output tally data created with the control panel of the
MVS-6500 system.
g REMOTE 1 to 4 connectors (D-sub 9-pin, RS422A)
Connect devices supporting Sony 9-pin VTR, VDCP
(Video Disk Communications Protocol), or P-Bus
(Peripheral II Protocol) protocols.
h UTIL (FM) (utility (frame memory data))
connector (RJ-45 compliant)
Intended for future expansion.
i FM (frame memory) DEVICE connector (USB 2.0
compliant)
This connector is for attaching an external HDD for frame
memory.2)
• Returning to the S-Bus, tally data created by this unit on
the basis of data received from other devices
• Switching the cross-points of a routing switcher from the
control panel
• Switching the cross-points of a switcher from the remote
panel
• Displaying on the control panel source names set on a
routing switcher
Overview
d OUTPUTS
1 to 16 connectors (BNC-type)1): MVS-6520
1 to 32 connectors (BNC-type)1): MVS-6530
These connectors output serial digital signals. You can
assign them as program output, preview output, AUX
output, and so on.
Make output assignments on the MVS-6500 system
control panel.
k UTIL (SCU) (utility (SCU)) connector (RJ-45
compliant)
Intended for future expansion.
l REMOTE S1 and S2 connectors (D-sub 9-pin, RS422A compliant)
These connectors are used to operate the MVS-6500
system from external devices or editing control systems
such as the BVE-9100.
Define the types of the connected devices on the control
panel.
m MVS (multi format video switcher) connector
(RJ-45 compliant)
Connect to an ICP-6520/6530 control panel.
For details about connecting a DCU and MVE-8000A/
9000 multi format DME processor, refer to the User’s
Guide.
n UTIL (SW) (utility (SW)) connector (RJ-45
compliant)
Intended for future expansion.
o REF INPUT (reference video input) connectors
(BNC-type)1)
If you wish to synchronize this unit to an external reference
signal, input the reference signal. For an HDTV system,
input an HD tri-level sync signal, black burst signal, or
analog sync signal. For an SDTV system, input a black
burst signal or analog sync signal.
The two connectors have a loop-through configuration.
Signal input to one connector can be output from the other
connector. If you will not be using the loop-through
output, be sure to terminate the unused connector with the
supplied 75 ohm terminator.
1) Attach the cable connected to the BNC-type connectors to the rack or other
support so there is no load on the connector. There is a risk of damage to
the BNC-type connectors and cable.
2) For information about devices that can be connected, contact your Sony
representative.
j S-BUS connector (BNC-type)1)
Connect this connector with a BNC cable to an S-Bus data
link via a T bridge.
Connecting devices such as IXS series routing switchers
and MKS-8080/8082 AUX bus remote panels via an S-Bus
data link enables the following kinds of control.
Names of Parts
7
ICP-6520/6530 Control Panel
Rear panel
Overview
f -AC IN A and B connectors
e U terminal
UTIL
MVS
DEVICE
4
3
b MVS connector
a UTIL connector
a UTIL (utility) connector (RJ-45 compliant)
Intended for future expansion.
b MVS (multi format video switcher) connector (RJ45 compliant)
Connect to the MVS-6520/6530.
For details about connecting a DCU and MVE-8000A/
9000 multi format DME processor, refer to the User’s
Guide.
c DEVICE 1 to 4 connectors (USB 2.0 compliant,
USB Type-A)
Connect to an ICP-6511 or USB device.1)
d DVI-D connector
Connect to an ICP-6511 or external monitor.1)
e U (signal ground) terminal
Connect to the system ground.
f - AC IN (AC power input) A and B connectors
(3-pin)
Connect to 100 V to 240 V AC power supply with the
optional AC power cords.
The unit is equipped with two power supplies. When A or
B power supply is connected, unit operation can proceed.
1) For information about devices that can be connected, contact your Sony
representative.
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Names of Parts
DVI-D OUT
2
1
c DEVICE 1 to 4 connectors
d DVI-D connector
ICP-6511 Menu Panel
The menu panel is optional.
Bottom panel
DVI-D
IN
Overview
DEVICE
12V
!
c DC IN connector
b DVI-D connector
a DEVICE connector
a DEVICE connector (USB 2.0, USB Type-B)
Connect to the DEVICE 1 connector of the ICP-6520/
6530.
Side panel
b DVI-D connector
Connect to the DVI-D output of the ICP-6520/6530.
c DC IN connector
Connect to the 12V DC connector of the supplied AC
adaptor.
DEVICE connector
DEVICE connector (USB 2.0, USB Type-A)
In general, connect to a USB memory device, and input
and output files.
Names of Parts
9
Connection
MVS-6500 System Configuration
Connection
Video Input/Output Systems
EJECT
F1
F2
ACCESS
F3
NETWORK
F4
CHAPTER
F5
EXPAND
VAR
MARK1
MENU
Character generator
LOCAL
REMOTE
LEVEL
Camera
SUB
CLIP
THUMB
NAIL
CLIP
MENU
ESSENCE
MARK
IN
SET
OUT
RESET
JOG
PAGE DISPLAY
PHONES
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
KEY INHI
VARIABLE
REC
PRESET
PB
SHIFT
PREV
TOP
MARK2
PLAY
F REV
NEXT
F FWD
END
STOP
REC
SHUTTLE
STANDBY
Playback VTR
Video signal inputs
Removable
disk
ICP-6511
Menu Panel
MVS-6520/6530
Multi Format
Switcher
ICP-6520/6530 Control Panel
Video signal outputs
Preview monitor
Program monitor
Monitor for multi viewer
Recording VTR
In addition to these devices, a DCU (MKS-8700/2700) or DME (MVE-8000A/9000) can be used to extend the system.
For more information, refer to the User’s Guide.
10
MVS-6500 System Configuration
Device Control Systems
EJECT
F1
F2
ACCESS
F3
NETWORK
F4
CHAPTER
F5
EXPAND
VAR
MARK1
MENU
LOCAL
REMOTE
LEVEL
SUB
CLIP
THUMB
NAIL
IN
SET
OUT
RESET
JOG
PAGE DISPLAY
CLIP
MENU
PHONES
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
KEY INHI
VARIABLE
REC
PRESET
PB
SHIFT
ESSENCE
MARK
PREV
TOP
AUX bus control devices and editors
(RS-422A)
MARK2
PLAY
F REV
NEXT
F FWD
END
STOP
REC
SHUTTLE
STANDBY
REMOTE 1 to 4
Connection
VTRs and DDRs
Control devices connected using Sony 9-pin VTR, VDCP, or
P-Bus protocols
(RS-422A)
Removable
disk
REMOTE S1 and S2
ICP-6511 Menu Panel
MVS-6520/6530
Multi Format
Switcher
S-BUS
MVS
ICP-6520/6530 Control Panel
MKS-8080 AUX Bus Remote Panela)
KEY X-HOLD DEST
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
ASSIGN
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
M/E 1 M/E 2 M/E 3 P/P
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
AUX BUS REMOTE PANEL MKS-8080
MKS-8082 AUX Bus Remote Panela)
AUX BUS REMOTE PANEL MKS-8082
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
SELECTOR
17 18 19
Other devices on S-Bus data link
ASGN
DEST
LEVEL
RTR
KEY
XPT
HOLD
LOCK
(CHOP)
CLEAR
M/E
1
M/E
2
M/E
3
P/P
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
a) The MKS-8080/8082 can also be connected directly to
the switcher.
MVS-6500 System Configuration
11
Connecting Devices
This section describes the connection procedure for the
following system configuration as an example.
• MVS-6520 Switcher Processor
(with MKS-6550 Format Converter Board and MKS6570 Digital Multi Effect Board installed)
• ICP-6520 Control Panel
•
•
•
•
•
•
ICP-6511 Menu Panel
Cameras for recording (4)
VTRs for playback (2)
Character generator (1)
Video monitors (2)
Monitor for multi viewer (1)
Connection
MVS System Connection
MVS-6520 Switcher Processor
ICP-6511 Menu Panel
DEVICE
AC adaptor
DVI-D
MVS
U AC power supplies
ICP-6520 Control Panel
AC power
supplies
MVS
U
DVI-D
DEVICE 1
LAN cable (straight type)
DVI cable
USB cable
1
Switcher processor
a Connect the U terminal to the system ground.
b Connect the ~AC IN A and B connectors to the 100
V to 240 V AC power supplies using power cords
(not supplied).
Control panel
a Connect the U terminal to the system ground.
b Connect the ~AC IN A and B connectors to the 100
V to 240 V AC power supplies using power cords
(not supplied).
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Menu panel
a Connect the supplied AC adaptor to the DC IN
connector, then connect the AC adaptor using a
power cord (not supplied).
Connect the power supply.
Connecting Devices
2
Connect the switcher processor and control panel.
a Connect the MVS connector of the switcher
processor and the MVS connector of the control
panel using a LAN cable.
3
b Connect the DEVICE 1 connector of the control
panel and the DEVICE connector on the bottom of
the menu panel using the USB cable supplied with
the menu panel.
Connect the control panel and menu panel.
a Connect the DVI-D connector of the control panel
and the DVI-D connector of the menu panel using
the DVI cable supplied with the menu panel.
Peripheral Device Connection
Connection
EJECT
F1
F2
ACCESS
F3
NETWORK
F4
CHAPTER
F5
EXPAND
VAR
MARK1
MENU
LOCAL
REMOTE
LEVEL
SUB
CLIP
IN
SET
OUT
RESET
JOG
PAGE DISPLAY
CLIP
MENU
PHONES
THUMB
NAIL
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
KEY INHI
VARIABLE
REC
PRESET
PB
SHIFT
ESSENCE
MARK
PREV
TOP
MARK2
PLAY
F REV
NEXT
F FWD
END
STOP
REC
SHUTTLE
STANDBY
EJECT
F1
F2
ACCESS
F3
NETWORK
F4
CHAPTER
F5
EXPAND
VAR
MARK1
MENU
LOCAL
REMOTE
LEVEL
SUB
CLIP
IN
SET
OUT
RESET
JOG
PAGE DISPLAY
CLIP
MENU
PHONES
THUMB
NAIL
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
KEY INHI
VARIABLE
REC
PRESET
PB
SHIFT
ESSENCE
MARK
PREV
TOP
MARK2
PLAY
F REV
Video signal
NEXT
F FWD
END
STOP
REC
SHUTTLE
STANDBY
Character generator
Key signal
PRIMARY INPUTS 1
2 3 4
5 6 7 8
OUTPUTS 1
2
REF INPUT
OUTPUTS 9
REF INPUT
Reference signal
generator
75 ohm terminator
Connecting Devices
13
1
Connect devices to the PRIMARY INPUTS of the
switcher processor.
Connection
a Connect the cameras for recording.
In this example, connect four cameras to
PRIMARY INPUTS 1 to 4.
b Connect the playback VTRs.
In this example, connect two VTRs to PRIMARY
INPUTS 5 and 6.
c Connect the character generator.
In this example, connect to PRIMARY INPUTS 7
and 8.
2
Connect devices to the OUTPUTS of the switcher
processor.
a Connect the video monitors.
In this example, connect two monitors to
OUTPUTS 1 and 2.
b Connect the monitor for multi viewer.
In this example, connect to OUTPUTS 9.
3
Connect reference signals to the REF INPUT
connectors of the switcher processor.
a Connect one REF INPUT connector to a reference
signal generator.
b Terminate the other REF INPUT connector using
the supplied 75 ohm terminator.
To use the tally
Set the tally output, using either the SERIAL TALLY
connector or the TALLY connector (parallel tally) of the
switcher processor
TALLY connector (GPI IN/OUT connector)
SERIAL TALLY connector
To use an external monitor for menu
operations
Instead of the dedicated MVS system ICP-6511 menu
panel, you can connect an external monitor and operate the
menus from a touch panel or by mouse control.
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Connecting Devices
External monitor connection
DVI-D connector
DEVICE connector
Connect the DVI-D connector of the control panel and the
DVI-D connector of the external monitor using a DVI
cable.
If using a touch panel, connect the DEVICE connector of
the control panel and the USB connector of the external
monitor using a USB cable.
If using a mouse, connect the mouse to the DEVICE
connector of the control panel using a USB cable.
For details about connecting monitors, contact your Sony
representative.
Preparation
Preparation Procedure
This section describes the setup required before operation
in the MVS system.
Preparation
Turn on the power (1 p. 16)
m
System settings
Configure the network (1 p. 19)
m
Set the signal format (1 p. 20)
m
Signal settings
Assign input signals (1 p. 21)
m
Assign output signals (1 p. 23)
m
Other settings
Make the following system configuration and other
settings, as required.
• Configure multi viewer (1 p. 24)
• Set tally (1 p. 26)
• Assign buttons required for 8-keyer operation
(MVS-6530 only) (1 p. 36)
• Set startup mode (1 p. 37)
• Save data to removable disk (1 p. 39)
• Set simple connection of AUX bus remote panel
(1 p. 41)
Preparation Procedure
15
Turning Power On/Off
After connecting the system, turn on the power using the
following procedure.
MVS-6520/6530
Switcher Processor
1
Preparation
ICP-6520 Control Panel
2
3
ICP-6530 Control Panel
3
1
Set the POWER A and B switches of the switcher
processor to ON (“?” side).
When the switcher processor is turned on, the status
indicators for supplies A and B light green.
2
Check that the status indicators on the control panel
are lit green, then press the POWER switch.
The POWER switch mark “1” lights green.
The control panel boots in approximately one minute,
and the top menu list appears on the menu panel
screen.
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Turning Power On/Off
While the system is accessing the local disk or frame
memory external HDD, the indicator on the menu page
number button lights red.
Check to make sure the indicator is not lit before
turning off the power.
Indicator on the menu page
number button
3
Preparation
(ICP-6520 control panel display. The ICP-6530 also
has an [M/E2] button.)
Pull the fader lever down from top to bottom.
Fader lever
Notes
Remove all USB flash memory and other removable
disks before turning off the power.
2
Shut down the control panel.
Press the menu page number button and display the top
menu window, then press the [Shutdown] button.
When “Non Sync” or “Sync” appears at the top and
bottom stops of the fader lever (non-sync state), the
fader lever movement and transitions do not match.
Pull the fader level from top to bottom to release nonsync state.
4
Menu page
number button
Shutdown button
Turn on the power of other devices in the system.
Screen saver and panel sleep mode
If no operation is performed for a given time, the menu
display screen saver starts. The brightness of all indicators
and displays on the control panel also dims.
For details about settings, refer to the User’s Guide.
To turn the power off
1
On the menu screen, check that the local disk is not
being accessed.
(ICP-6520 control panel display. The ICP-6530 also
has an [M/E2] button.)
A “local disk” refers to the internal flash memory drive
in a control panel.
Turning Power On/Off
17
A shutdown confirmation message appears.
Press [Yes] to commence shutdown. The process is
completed when the menu screen goes completely
black.
Check that the POWER switch indicator “1” on the
control panel has gone out.
Memo
You can also open the top menus using the top menu
selection buttons in the menu panel.
Top menu selection buttons
Notes
You can forcibly turn off the power to the control
panel without following the normal shutdown
procedure by pressing and holding the POWER switch
for five seconds or longer. If you force shutdown,
settings data may not be saved.
3
Preparation
Set the POWER A and B switches of the switcher
processor to OFF (“a” side).
Opening Menus
2
Select a menu.
VF buttons
In the MVS system, basic operations and system setup can
be done using the menu.
This section describes how to open the “M/E-1 >Key1
>Type menu (1111)” as an example. Other menus can be
opened using the same procedure.
For details about menu operations, refer to the User’s
Guide.
1
Recall the top menu (top level in menu hierarchy).
Menu page number button
Top menu selection buttons
Top menu window
HF buttons
a Select a submenu (level 2 in the menu hierarchy)
using VF buttons on the left edge.
In this example, select [Key1].
b Select a submenu (level 3 in the menu hierarchy)
using HF buttons on the bottom edge.
In this example, select [Type].
The M/E-1 >Key1 >Type menu appears.
Memo
You can also open the menu by entering the page
number “1111” in the top menu window.
a Press the menu page number button.
The top menu window appears.
b Press a top menu selection button.
In this example, press [M/E1].
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Turning Power On/Off
Configuring the Network
Control panel
Switcher processor
DME
When power is turned on, all devices connected to the
MVS system LAN are detected and corresponding settings
are registered.
1
Display the menu.
a Open the Engineering Setup >System >Network
Config menu (7311).
2
4
Set the group ID.
Register the list of detected devices.
Auto Config
Preparation
a Press [Define].
b Check the message, then press [Yes].
The list is registered as the network settings when
power is turned on.
Group ID
Define
Network Config menu
a Check the group ID.
In this example, check that the group ID is set to
“1”.
If the group ID is not set to “1”, press [Group ID]
and change the setting.
For details about settings, refer to the User’s
Guide.
3
The connected devices are automatically detected.
a Press [Auto Config].
b Check the message, then press [Yes].
A list of detected devices appears.
Configuring the Network
19
2
Set the formats.
Setting Signal Formats
Setting the Signal Format
You can set the signal format and the input reference signal
format of each device that is automatically detected.
The combinations of signal formats and input reference
signals that can be configured are as follows.
Signal format
System
Preparation
SD system
HD system
Signal format
Field frequency
Effective number
of scan lines
50
576i
59.94
480i
50
720P
Ref Input Format
Format menu
59.94
50
a Press [Signal Format].
b Press the button for the desired format to set in the
pop-up window.
1080i
59.94
23.976
Execute
Signal Format
1080PsF
24
Input reference signal
Signal format
(HD system)
Input reference signal
720P/50
–
Black Burst 50
720P/59.94
59.94
Black Burst 59.94 Sync 59.94
1080i/50
50
Black Burst 50
1080i/59.94
59.94
Black Burst 59.94 Sync 59.94
Tri Sync BB
1080PsF/23.976 47.952
–
1080PsF/24
–
1
48
Sync 50
Sync 50
3
Set the input reference signal.
a In the <Ref Input Format> group, select the input
reference signal.
Tri Sync: Tri-level sync for an HD system
BB: Black burst or sync
Display the menu.
a Open the Engineering Setup >System >Format
menu (7313).
Notes
This setting is available for HD systems only.
Memo
If [BB] is selected, you can set the signal format
conversion in the format converter (when MKS-6550
Format Converter Board is installed). If [Tri Sync] is
selected, the format converter cannot be used.
For details about format converter settings and
operations, refer to the User’s Guide.
4
Apply and save the settings.
a Press [Execute].
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Setting Signal Formats
b Check the message, then press [Yes].
A progress bar is displayed during the
configuration.
The system restarts when the configuration is
completed.
Setting the Screen Aspect Ratio
You can set the screen aspect ratio for signals handled by
the switcher processor and DME to either 16:9 or 4:3.
1
Display the menu.
To select input signals using cross-point buttons, the
signals must be assigned to each of the cross-point buttons
in advance. You can assign two signals (video and key) as
a pair to each cross-point button.
Setting the Signal Name
1
Display the menu.
a Open the Engineering Setup >Panel >Xpt Assign
menu (7322).
b Press [Src Name/Src Color].
The Src Name/Src Color menu (7322.6) appears.
Set the aspect ratio.
2
Preparation
a Open the Engineering Setup >System >Format
menu (7313).
b Press [Aspect].
The Aspect menu (7313.1) appears.
2
Assigning Signals to
Cross-Point Buttons
Set the signal name.
Src#
Screen Aspect
Aspect Execute
Aspect menu
a In the <Screen Aspect> group, select the aspect
ratio.
16:9: Sets 16:9 aspect ratio.
4:3: Sets 4:3 aspect ratio.
Independent: Sets the aspect ratio for each of the
switcher processor banks and DME channels.
Memo
If [Independent] is selected, press [Switcher Aspect]
or [DME Aspect] to set the aspect ratio.
3
Source Name
Src Name/Src Color menu
a Select the signal to be set in the [Src#] column.
In this example, select “1”.
b Press [Source Name].
c Enter the name of the source signal in the keyboard
window.
In this example, enter “CAM1”.
Apply and save the settings.
a Press [Aspect Execute].
b Check the message, then press [Yes].
Assigning Signals to Cross-Point Buttons
21
2
Assign a video signal to the cross-point button.
V/K
Enter
Preparation
Keyboard window
Video
d Press [Enter].
e Repeat steps 1 to 4 as required to assign other
signals.
Set
Main, V/K Pair Assign menu
a In the [V/K] column of the list on the left, select the
number of the cross-point button.
In this example, select “1”.
b In the <Assign> group, press [Video], turning it on.
c In the list on the right, select the signal you want to
assign as the video signal.
In this example, select “CAM1”.
d In the <Xpt Assign> group, press [Set].
The video is assigned.
Notes
Up to 16 characters can be entered for signal names.
Memo
You can also set the color for cross-point buttons
assigned with signals.
Assigning Pair Signals to CrossPoint Buttons
Key
3
Assign a key signal to the cross-point button.
a In the <Assign> group, press [Key], turning it on.
b In the list on the right, select the signal you want to
assign as the key signal.
In this example, select “Key1”.
c In the <Xpt Assign> group, press [Set].
The key is assigned.
You can assign video and key signals, shown below, as a
pair to each cross-point button.
Memo
Video signal
1
Key signal
Display the menu.
a Open the Engineering Setup >Panel >Xpt Assign
menu (7322).
b Press [Main, V/K Pair Assign].
The Main, V/K Pair Assign menu (7322.5) appears.
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• In the <Assign> group, you can press [Video] and
[Key], turning them both on, to assign signals at the
same time.
• You can also edit the lists using [Insert] and [Delete]
in the <Xpt Assign> group.
Assigning Signals to Cross-Point Buttons
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 as required to assign other
signals.
For details about using assigned pair signals using a
keyer, see “Entering Titles using Luminance Keys”
(1 p. 51).
3
Assigning Output Signals
You can set the signals output to the connected devices on
the OUTPUTS of the switcher processor.
Setting Monitor Outputs
This section describes the procedure for setting up
monitors for checking final program output video
(program output) and for checking preview video (preview
output).
a In the <Output Assign> group, select [Re-Entry
Source].
b In the [Out#] column in the list on the left, select the
number for the OUTPUTS connector connected to
the monitor.
In this example, select “2”.
c In the [Src#] column in the list on the right, select
the preview output.
In this example, select “P/P PVW”.
d Press [Set].
The output signal is assigned, and “P/P PVW” is
displayed for output 2 in the [Out#] column.
Display the menu.
Preparation
1
Set a monitor for preview output.
a Open the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Output
menu (7333).
b Press [Output Assign].
The Output Assign menu (7333.1) appears.
2
Set a monitor for program output.
Out#
Src#
Re-Entry Source
Set
Output Assign menu
a In the <Output Assign> group, select [Re-Entry
Source].
b In the [Out#] column in the list on the left, select the
number for the OUTPUTS connector connected to
the monitor.
In this example, select “1”.
c In the [Src#] column in the list on the right, select
the program output.
In this example, select “P/P PGM1”.
d Press [Set].
The output signal is assigned, and “P/P PGM1” is
displayed for output 1 in the [Out#] column.
Assigning Output Signals
23
2
Using Multi Viewer
Set the multi viewer outputs.
Out#
Src#
The screen of a monitor connected to the MVS system can
be split to view multiple video signals simultaneously.
The screen can be split into four or ten subscreens.
Split into four
Subscreen signals
Preparation
Set
Output/MV/FC/DME
Output Assign menu
Split into ten
a In the <Output Assign> group, select [Output/MV/
FC/DME].
b In the [Out#] column in the list on the left, select the
number for the OUTPUTS connector connected to
the monitor.
In this example, select “9”.
c In the [Src#] column in the list on the right, select
the multi viewer output.
In this example, select “Multi Viewer 1”.
d Press [Set].
The output signal is assigned, and “Multi Viewer 1”
is displayed for output 9 in the [Out#] column.
Subscreen signals
There are two multi viewer systems, Multi Viewer 1 and 2,
to which you can assign signals independently.
This section describes the procedure for setting Multi
Viewer 1.
Setting Multi Viewer Output
To use multi viewer, you must assign the multi viewer
output to the OUTPUTS connector connected to the
monitor in advance.
1
Display the menu.
a Open the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Output
menu (7333).
b Press [Output Assign].
The Output Assign menu (7333.1) appears.
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Using Multi Viewer
Configuring Multi Viewer
1
Display the menu.
a Open the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Output
menu (7333).
b Press [Multi Viewer].
The Multi Viewer menu (7333.9) appears.
2
Set the display method of the screen.
2
Assign an output signal to a subscreen.
Win#
Multi Viewer
Set
Multi Viewer menu
Source/Output Assign menu
a In the <Multi Viewer> group, select the target multi
viewer.
In this example, select [1].
b In the <Split Mode> group, select the number of
split windows.
Split 4: Splits the screen into four windows.
Split 10: Splits the screen into ten windows.
a In the <Source/Output Select> group, select
[Output].
b In the [Win#] column of the list on the left, select
the number of the subscreen.
In this example, select “1”.
c In the list on the right, select the signal you want to
assign.
In this example, select “P/P PGM1”.
d Press [Set].
Memo
You can specify names and borders for subscreens
using [Name Display] and [Border Enable].
Assigning Signals to Subscreens
1
Output
Preparation
Split Mode
3
Assign an input signal to a subscreen.
Win#
Display the menu.
a Open the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Output
menu (7333).
b Press [Multi Viewer].
c Press [Source/Output Assign].
The Source/Output Assign menu (7333.10)
appears.
Set
Source
Source/Output Assign menu
a In the <Source/Output Select> group, select
[Source].
b In the [Win#] column of the list on the left, select
the number of the subscreen.
In this example, select “3”.
Using Multi Viewer
25
c In the list on the right, select the signal you want to
assign.
In this example, select “CAM1”.
d Press [Set].
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 as required to assign other signals
to other subscreens.
Setting Multi Viewer Tally Output
To display the tally on the multi viewer screen, you must
set the same tally type as specified in step 2 of “Setting
Serial Tally” (1 p. 26).
Preparation
1
Setting Parallel Tally
The red tallies for PRIMARY INPUTS 1 to 48 are
assigned to the TALLY connector on the switcher
processor by default.
For details about changing the assignment settings, refer
to the User’s Guide.
Setting Serial Tally
Display the menu.
a Open the Engineering Setup >Panel >Operation
menu (7326).
b Press [Button Tally].
The Button Tally menu (7326.9) appears.
2
Setting Tally
Set the tally type.
Set the red tally of the program output (P/P PGM1) and the
green tally of the preview output (P/P PVW) to be output
from the SERIAL TALLY connector of the switcher
processor.
This section describes the procedure when “P/P PGM1” is
assigned to the OUTPUTS 1 connector and “P/P PVW” is
assigned to the OUTPUTS 2 connector.
1
Set the position of the MVS system in S-Bus space.
Device
Tally Type
Source
Execute
Button Tally menu
a In the <Tally Type> group, select the tally type.
In this example, select [R1].
b Press [Execute].
Matrix Size
Destination
Level
Router menu
Notes
To display a tally on the multi viewer screen, select the
tally type from [R1] to [R8]. If you set [Independ], the
tally is not shown.
When any of the red tally types [R1] to [R8] is
selected, the corresponding green tally is
automatically set. For example, when [R1] is selected,
[G1] is automatically set as green tally. Note that you
must set the tally type [G1] in step 2 of “Setting Serial
Tally” (1 p. 26) beforehand.
26
Setting Tally
a Open the Engineering Setup >Router/Tally
>Router menu (7361).
b In the <Device> group, select the target device.
In this example, select [SWR1].
c In the <Matrix Size> group, select the matrix size.
In this example, select [136x138 (Standard)].
d Set each of the [Source], [Destination], and [Level]
parameters to “1”.
2
g In the Tally Enable menu (7364), check the tally
settings for the preview output.
If the settings of “OUT002” are as follows, you do
not need to change the settings. Proceed to step 3.
Set the tally generation reference.
Setting
Destination Level Tally Type Enable
Value
OUT002
1
G1
Enable
h Repeat steps c to f to make settings for the
preview output.
In step d, set the [Destination Address] parameter
to “2”, [Destination Level] parameter to “1”, and
[Tally Type] parameter to “2”.
3
Tally settings for program output
Serial Tally Port
Source Assign
Tally Enable menu
Preparation
New
Set the serial tally output.
Destination Address
Tally Group
Tally Type
Serial Tally menu
Enable
Destination Level
Execute
Tally Type
New menu
a Open the Engineering Setup >Router/Tally >Tally
Enable menu (7364).
b Check the tally settings for the program output.
If the settings of “OUT001” are as follows, you do
not need to change the settings. Proceed to step g.
Setting
Destination Level Tally Type Enable
Value
OUT001
1
R1
Enable
c Press [New].
The New menu (7364.1) appears.
d Set each of the [Destination Address], [Destination
Level], and [Tally Type] parameters to “1”.
e In the <Tally Enable> group, select [Enable].
f Press [Execute].
All Clear
Serial Tally Port
Source Assign menu
a Open the Engineering Setup >Router/Tally >Serial
Tally menu (7367).
b In the <Serial Tally Port> group, select the target
port.
In this example, select [Panel Port].
Setting Tally
27
Preparation
c Set the tally type.
In this example, select [Group1-4] in the <Tally
Group> group, and [R1] and [G1] in the <Tally
Type> group, turning them on.
Turn off [R2] to [R4] and [G2] to [G4] in [Group14], and [R5] to [R8] and [G5] to [G8] in [Group 58].
d Press [Source Assign].
The Source Assign menu (7367.1) appears.
e In the <Serial Tally Port> group, select the target
port.
In this example, select [Panel Port].
f Press [All Clear].
g Check the message, then press [Yes].
The source addresses assigned to each of the serial
tally bits are set to the default.
If you use other than the default values for serial
tally bits, change the source address settings.
For details about settings, refer to the User’s
Guide.
Memo
To output parallel tallies from a DCU, display the
Engineering Setup >Router/Tally >Parallel Tally
menu (7366) in step 3 and make settings.
For details about settings, refer to the User’s Guide.
Input/outputs for MVS-6500 system
assigned to S-Bus matrix
Matrix size: 136 x 138
• Source
28
No.
Source
1
Primary 1
2
Primary 2
3
Primary 3
4
Primary 4
5
Primary 5
6
Primary 6
7
Primary 7
8
Primary 8
9
Primary 9
10
Primary 10
11
Primary 11
12
Primary 12
13
Primary 13
14
Primary 14
15
Primary 15
16
Primary 16
Setting Tally
No.
Source
17
Primary 17
18
Primary 18
19
Primary 19
20
Primary 20
21
Primary 21
22
Primary 22
23
Primary 23
24
Primary 24
25
Primary 25
26
Primary 26
27
Primary 27
28
Primary 28
29
Primary 29
30
Primary 30
31
Primary 31
32
Primary 32
33
Primary 33
34
Primary 34
35
Primary 35
36
Primary 36
37
Primary 37
38
Primary 38
39
Primary 39
40
Primary 40
41
Primary 41
42
Primary 42
43
Primary 43
44
Primary 44
45
Primary 45
46
Primary 46
47
Primary 47
48
Primary 48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
No.
No.
Source
62
Source
107
M/E-2 Out 3
63
108
M/E-2 Out 4
64
109
65
110
66
111
67
112
68
113
69
114
70
115
71
116
72
117
FC 1
118
74
FC 2
119
75
FC 3
120
76
FC 4
121
P/P Out 1
77
FC 5
122
P/P Out 2
78
FC 6
123
P/P Out 3
79
FC 7
124
P/P Out 4
80
FC 8
125
81
Black
126
82
White
127
83
Color Bkgd 1
128
84
Color Bkgd 2
129
DME 1 a)
85
Frame Memory 1
130
DME 2 a)
86
Frame Memory 2
131
87
Frame Memory 3
132
88
Frame Memory 4
133
DME 5 a)
89
Frame Memory 5
134
DME 6 a)
90
Frame Memory 6
135
DME 7 a)
91
Frame Memory 7
136
DME 8 a)
92
Frame Memory 8
137
Preparation
73
138
93
94
a) Virtual DME output signals for tally.
95
DME Monitor Video
96
DME Monitor Key
97
M/E-1 Out 1
No.
Destination
98
M/E-1 Out 2
1
Out 1 a)
99
M/E-1 Out 3
2
Out 2 a)
100
M/E-1 Out 4
3
Out 3 a)
101
4
Out 4 a)
102
5
Out 5 a)
103
6
Out 6 a)
104
7
Out 7 a)
• Destination (Bus)
105
M/E-2 Out 1
8
Out 8 a)
106
M/E-2 Out 2
9
Out 9 a)
Setting Tally
29
No.
Destination
No.
10
Out 10 a)
55
11
Out 11 a)
56
12
Out 12
a)
57
M/E-1 Bkgd A
13
Out 13
a)
58
M/E-1 Bkgd B
14
Out 14 a)
59
M/E-1 Utility 1
15
Out 15
a)
60
Out 16
a)
61
M/E-1 Key 1 Fill
17
Out 17
a)
62
M/E-1 Key 1 Source
18
Out 18 a)
63
M/E-1 Key 2 Fill
19
Out 19
a)
64
M/E-1 Key 2 Source
Out 20
a)
65
M/E-1 Key 3 Fill
21
Out 21
a)
66
M/E-1 Key 3 Source
22
Out 22 a)
67
M/E-1 Key 4 Fill
23
Out 23
a)
68
M/E-1 Key 4 Source
24
Out 24
a)
69
25
Out 25
70
26
Out 26
71
M/E-1 DME External
27
Out 27
72
M/E-2 Bkgd A
28
Out 28
73
M/E-2 Bkgd B
29
Out 29
74
M/E-2 Utility 1
30
Out 30
75
31
Out 31
76
M/E-2 Key 1 Fill
32
Out 32
77
M/E-2 Key 1 Source
16
20
Preparation
30
Destination
33
78
M/E-2 Key 2 Fill
34
79
M/E-2 Key 2 Source
35
80
M/E-2 Key 3 Fill
36
81
M/E-2 Key 3 Source
37
82
M/E-2 Key 4 Fill
38
83
M/E-2 Key 4 Source
39
84
40
85
41
86
42
87
43
88
44
89
45
90
46
91
P/P Key 5 Fill
47
92
P/P Key 5 Source
48
93
P/P Key 6 Fill
49
94
P/P Key 6 Source
50
95
P/P Key 7 Fill
51
96
P/P Key 7 Source
52
97
P/P Key 8 Fill
53
98
P/P Key 8 Source
54
99
Setting Tally
M/E-2 DME External
Destination
Matrix size: 128 x 128
(Numbers in parentheses indicate the number for 136 x
138 matrix size.)
102
P/P Bkgd A
• Source
103
P/P Bkgd B
104
P/P Utility 1
No.
100
101
105
P/P Key 1 Fill
107
P/P Key 1 Source
108
P/P Key 2 Fill
109
P/P Key 2 Source
110
P/P Key 3 Fill
111
P/P Key 3 Source
112
P/P Key 4 Fill
113
P/P Key 4 Source
114
115
116
P/P DME External
117
118
119
Frame Memory Source 1
120
Frame Memory Source 2
121
122
123
DME 1 Video
124
DME 1 Key
125
DME 2 Video
126
DME 2 Key
127
128
129
130
131
DME 5 Video
132
DME 5 Key
133
DME 6 Video
134
DME 6 Key
135
DME 7 Video
136
DME 7 Key
137
DME 8 Video
138
DME 8 Key
a) If AUX or Edit Preview is assigned to outputs 1 to 24, the outputs act as a
bus (destination) controlled by the router remote panel.
Source
1
Primary 1
2
Primary 2
3
Primary 3
4
Primary 4
5
Primary 5
6
Primary 6
7
Primary 7
8
Primary 8
9
Primary 9
10
Primary 10
11
Primary 11
12
Primary 12
13
Primary 13
14
Primary 14
15
Primary 15
16
Primary 16
17
Primary 17
18
Primary 18
19
Primary 19
20
Primary 20
21
Primary 21
22
Primary 22
23
Primary 23
24
Primary 24
25
Primary 25
26
Primary 26
27
Primary 27
28
Primary 28
29
Primary 29
30
Primary 30
31
Primary 31
32
Primary 32
33
Primary 33
34
Primary 34
35
Primary 35
36
Primary 36
37
Primary 37
38
Primary 38
39
Primary 39
40
Primary 40
Preparation
106
No.
Setting Tally
31
No.
Source
No.
Source
41
Primary 41
86
Frame Memory 2
42
Primary 42
87
Frame Memory 3
43
Primary 43
88
Frame Memory 4
44
Primary 44
89
Frame Memory 5
45
Primary 45
90
Frame Memory 6
46
Primary 46
91
Frame Memory 7
47
Primary 47
92
Frame Memory 8
48
Primary 48
93
Preparation
49
94
50
95
DME Monitor Video
51
96
DME Monitor Key
52
97
M/E-1 Out 1
53
98
M/E-1 Out 2
54
99
M/E-1 Out 3
55
100
M/E-1 Out 4
56
101
57
102
58
103
M/E-2 Out 1 (105)
59
104
M/E-2 Out 2 (106)
60
105
M/E-2 Out 3 (107)
61
106
M/E-2 Out 4 (108)
62
107
63
108
64
109
65
110
66
111
67
112
68
113
69
114
70
115
P/P Out 1 (121)
71
116
P/P Out 2 (122)
72
32
117
P/P Out 3 (123)
73
FC 1
118
P/P Out 4 (124)
74
FC 2
119
75
FC 3
120
76
FC 4
121
DME 1 a) (129)
77
FC 5
122
DME 2 a) (130)
78
FC 6
123
79
FC 7
124
80
FC 8
125
DME 5 a) (133)
81
Black
126
DME 6 a) (134)
82
White
127
DME 7 a) (135)
83
Color Bkgd 1
128
DME 8 a) (136)
84
Color Bkgd 2
85
Frame Memory 1
Setting Tally
a) Virtual DME output signals for tally.
• Destination (Bus)
No.
Destination
Destination
1
Out 1 a)
46
2
Out 2 a)
47
3
Out 3 a)
48
4
Out 4
a)
49
5
Out 5 a)
50
6
Out 6 a)
51
7
Out 7 a)
52
8
Out 8
a)
53
9
Out 9 a)
54
10
Out 10 a)
55
11
Out 11 a)
56
12
Out 12
a)
57
M/E-1 Bkgd A
13
Out 13 a)
58
M/E-1 Bkgd B
14
Out 14 a)
59
M/E-1 Utility 1
15
Out 15 a)
60
16
Out 16
a)
61
M/E-1 Key 1 Fill
17
Out 17 a)
62
M/E-1 Key 1 Source
18
Out 18 a)
63
M/E-1 Key 2 Fill
19
Out 19 a)
64
M/E-1 Key 2 Source
20
Out 20
a)
65
M/E-1 Key 3 Fill
21
Out 21 a)
66
M/E-1 Key 3 Source
22
Out 22 a)
67
M/E-1 Key 4 Fill
23
Out 23 a)
68
M/E-1 Key 4 Source
24
Out 24
a)
69
M/E-2 Bkgd A (72)
25
Out 25
70
M/E-2 Bkgd B (73)
26
Out 26
71
M/E-2 Utility 1 (74)
27
Out 27
72
28
Out 28
73
M/E-2 Key 1 Fill (76)
29
Out 29
74
M/E-2 Key 1 Source (77)
30
Out 30
75
M/E-2 Key 2 Fill (78)
31
Out 31
76
M/E-2 Key 2 Source (79)
Out 32
77
M/E-2 Key 3 Fill (80)
33
78
M/E-2 Key 3 Source (81)
34
79
M/E-2 Key 4 Fill (82)
35
80
M/E-2 Key 4 Source (83)
36
81
37
82
38
83
39
84
40
85
P/P Key 5 Fill (91)
41
86
P/P Key 5 Source (92)
42
87
P/P Key 6 Fill (93)
43
88
P/P Key 6 Source (94)
44
89
P/P Key 7 Fill (95)
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Preparation
No.
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Setting Tally
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No.
Destination
Bit No.
Source
90
P/P Key 7 Source (96)
2
Primary 2
91
P/P Key 8 Fill (97)
3
Primary 3
92
P/P Key 8 Source (98)
4
Primary 4
93
P/P Bkgd A (102)
5
Primary 5
94
P/P Bkgd B (103)
6
Primary 6
95
P/P Utility 1 (104)
7
Primary 7
8
Primary 8
96
Preparation
97
P/P Key 1 Fill (106)
9
Primary 9
98
P/P Key 1 Source (107)
10
Primary 10
99
P/P Key 2 Fill (108)
11
Primary 11
100
P/P Key 2 Source (109)
12
Primary 12
101
P/P Key 3 Fill (110)
13
Primary 13
102
P/P Key 3 Source (111)
14
Primary 14
103
P/P Key 4 Fill (112)
15
Primary 15
104
P/P Key 4 Source (113)
16
Primary 16
105
17
Primary 17
106
18
Primary 18
107
19
Primary 19
108
Frame Memory Source 1 (119)
20
Primary 20
109
Frame Memory Source 2 (120)
21
Primary 21
110
22
Primary 22
111
23
Primary 23
112
DME 1 Video (123)
24
Primary 24
113
DME 1 Key (124)
25
Primary 25
114
DME 2 Video (125)
26
Primary 26
115
DME 2 Key (126)
27
Primary 27
116
28
Primary 28
117
29
Primary 29
118
30
Primary 30
119
31
Primary 31
120
DME 5 Video (131)
32
Primary 32
121
DME 5 Key (132)
33
Primary 33
122
DME 6 Video (133)
34
Primary 34
123
DME 6 Key (134)
35
Primary 35
124
DME 7 Video (135)
36
Primary 36
125
DME 7 Key (136)
37
Primary 37
126
DME 8 Video (137)
38
Primary 38
127
DME 8 Key (138)
39
Primary 39
40
Primary 40
41
Primary 41
42
Primary 42
43
Primary 43
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a) If AUX or Edit Preview is assigned to outputs 1 to 24, the outputs act as a
bus (destination) controlled by the router remote panel.
Serial tally bit assignment
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44
Primary 44
Bit No.
Source
45
Primary 45
1
Primary 1
46
Primary 46
Setting Tally
Bit No.
Source
Bit No.
Source
47
Primary 47
92
Frame Memory 8
48
Primary 48
93
94
50
95
DME Monitor Video
51
96
DME Monitor Key
52
97
M/E-1 Out 1
53
98
M/E-1 Out 2
54
99
M/E-1 Out 3
55
100
M/E-1 Out 4
56
101
57
102
58
103
M/E-2 Out 1
59
104
M/E-2 Out 2
60
105
M/E-2 Out 3
61
106
M/E-2 Out 4
62
107
63
108
64
109
65
110
66
111
67
112
68
113
69
114
70
115
P/P Out 1
71
116
P/P Out 2
72
117
P/P Out 3
P/P Out 4
73
FC 1
118
74
FC 2
119
75
FC 3
120
76
FC 4
121
DME 1 a)
77
FC 5
122
DME 2 a)
78
FC 6
123
79
FC 7
124
80
FC 8
125
DME 5 a)
81
Black
126
DME 6 a)
82
White
127
DME 7 a)
83
Color Bkgd 1
128
DME 8 a)
84
Color Bkgd 2
85
Frame Memory 1
86
Frame Memory 2
87
Frame Memory 3
88
Frame Memory 4
89
Frame Memory 5
90
Frame Memory 6
91
Frame Memory 7
Preparation
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a) Virtual DME output signals for tally.
Setting Tally
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b In the list on the right, select the key to assign.
In this example, select [KEY5].
c Press [Set].
d Repeat steps a to c to assign [KEY6] to [KEY8]
to button numbers “6” to “8”, respectively.
Assigning 8-Keyer
Buttons
In the MVS-6530 (3M/E processor), eight keyers can be
used in the PGM/PST banks. The buttons required for key
5 to 8 operation are not pre-assigned by default, and must
be assigned using the following procedure.
For details about operations using assigned buttons, refer
to the User’s Guide.
Preparation
Assigning Key 5 to Key 8 to 1st Row
Buttons
You can make assignments so that key 5 to key 8 can be
selected using buttons in the 1st row of the cross-point
control block (1 p. 44).
1
Assigning Key Selection Functions
to Next Transition Selection Buttons
You can make assignments so that key 1 to key 8 can be
selected using next transition selection buttons in the
transition control block.
1
Display the menu.
a Open the Engineering Setup >Panel >Config
>Transition Module menu (7321.9).
2
Select the target bank.
Next Transition
Display the menu.
Blank buttons
Bank Select
a Open the Engineering Setup >Panel >Operation
>Key/AUX/Function Assign menu (7326.13).
2
Select the target bank.
Bank Select
Button#
Set
Transition Module menu
a In the <Bank Select> group, select [P/P].
Set
Key/AUX/Function Assign menu
a In the <Bank Select> group, select [P/P].
3
Assign a key to a button number.
a In the [Button#] column of the list on the left, select
the button number.
In this example, select “5”.
Numbers “5” to “8” are set to “No Assign” by
factory default.
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Assigning 8-Keyer Buttons
3
Assign a key to a button.
a In the button diagram on the left, select the target
button.
In this example, select [KEY1] in [Next
Transition].
b In the list on the right, select the key to assign.
In this example, select [KEY1/5].
c Press [Set].
d Repeat steps a to c to assign [KEY2/6], [KEY3/
7], and [KEY4/8] to buttons [KEY2], [KEY3], and
[KEY4], respectively.
4
Assign the [SHIFT] and [ADD] functions to buttons.
a In the button diagram on the left, select the target
button.
In this example, select a blank button.
b In the list on the right, select [SHIFT].
c Press [Set].
d Repeat steps a to c to assign [ADD].
Setting the Startup State
Selecting the Startup Mode at Power
On
You can set the startup mode when power is turned on to
one of the following three options.
• Settings valid when power is last turned off
• User default settings
• Factory default settings
1
Display the menu.
Preparation
This setting is available for the switcher processor, control
panel, and DME.
a Open the Engineering Setup >System >Start Up
menu (7314).
2
Select the device to set.
Device
Start Up Mode
Setup
Initial Status
Execute
Start Up menu
a Select switcher processor (SWR), control panel
(PNL), or DME in the [Device] column.
3
Set the startup mode.
Settings valid when power is last turned off
a In the <Start Up Mode> group, select [Resume].
User default settings
a In the <Start Up Mode> group, select [Custom].
b In the <Setup> or <Initial Status> group, select
[User].
For details about settings for the startup state when
Setting the Startup State
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power is applied, see “Customizing the User
Default Settings” (1 p. 38).
Factory default settings
a In the <Start Up Mode> group, select [Custom].
b In the <Setup> or <Initial Status> group, select
[Factory].
Notes
You can customize and save user default settings to recall
the same operation state when power is turned on. Or you
can recall saved user settings to return to a known state if
an error occurs. Data settings can also be saved as a backup
on USB flash memory or other removable disks.
Notes
When shipped, the contents of user default settings in flash
memory is the same as the [Factory] settings.
[Resume] can be set only when switcher processor or
control panel is selected.
1
Set the state you want to save as a user default settings.
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 as required to set other devices.
2
Display the menu.
5
Apply and save the settings.
Preparation
a Press [Execute].
b Check the message, then press [Yes].
a Open the Engineering Setup >System >Start Up
menu (7314).
3
Select the target device to save.
Device
Customizing the User Default
Settings
User default settings are one option for startup mode when
power is turned on.
There are two user default settings available, stored in
flash memory in the switcher processor.
• Setup
• Initial Status
The data saved as “Setup” is data relating to menus other
than the Engineering Setup >System menu.
Settings in the System menu and
submenus are not saved.
Init Status
Define
Setup Define
Start Up menu
a Select switcher processor (SWR), control panel
(PNL), or DME in the [Device] column.
4
Save customized data.
To save “Setup” data
a Press [Setup Define].
b Check the message, then press [Yes].
To save “Initial Status” data
a Press [Init Status Define].
b Check the message, then press [Yes].
Settings in these menus are saved.
The data saved as “Initial Status” is data relating to the
state of each device, excluding the “Setup” settings.
For details about the data that is saved, refer to the User’s
Guide.
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Setting the Startup State
5
Repeat steps 1 to 4 as required to set other devices.
2
Displaying the removable disk information.
Saving Data to
Removable Disk
Total data capacity
Used capacity
Mount Point
Free capacity
Setting Up a Removable Disk for Use
To use USB flash memory or other removable disk with
the MVS system, you must register it as a primary device
beforehand.
1
Insert the removable disk.
Preparation
a Connect the USB flash memory or other removable
disk to the DEVICE connector on the side of the
menu panel or on the rear of the control panel.
Set Primary
Refresh
Maintenance menu
a Open the Engineering Setup >System
>Maintenance menu (7317).
b In the <USB Storage Device> group, press
[Refresh].
The data capacity information of the connected
removable disk appears.
DEVICE connector
Menu panel (side view)
3
Set the removable disk as a primary device.
a Select the removable disk to be set in the [Mount
Point] column.
b In the <USB Storage Device> group, press [Set
Primary].
Notes
DEVICE connector
Control panel (rear view)
If the removable disk is not set as a primary device,
[Removable Disk] cannot be selected in the File menu.
Memo
In the <USB Storage Device> group, select [Auto
Detect] to set the primary device automatically. This is
convenient when only one removable disk is
connected.
Saving/Recalling User Settings on
Removable Disks
You can save customized user default (“Setup” and “Initial
Status”) data to USB flash memory or other removable
disk and recall it when required.
Saving Data to Removable Disk
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This section describes the procedure for operations for the
“Setup” data file.
Memo
You can save register data containing snapshots,
keyframes, macros and other data on a removable disk and
then recall that data.
For details about operation, refer to the User’s Guide.
1
Prepare a removable disk.
For details about configuring a removable disk for use
in the MVS system, see “Setting Up a Removable Disk
for Use” (1 p. 39).
Preparation
2
Display the menu.
a Open the File >Setup, Init, KMem >Setup menu
(7111).
Memo
For operations for the “Initial Status” data file, open
the File >Setup, Init, KMem >Initial Status menu
(7112).
3
Select the target device.
Device selection area
T Load
t Save
Setup menu
a In the device selection area on the left, select
[Register].
b In the device selection area on the right, select
[Removable Disk] and then select [SYSTEM]
(default directory).
Memo
You can also create an arbitrary directory on the
removable disk.
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Saving Data to Removable Disk
4
Execute a save or recall operation.
To save data
a Press [t Save].
To recall data
a In the [Removable Disk] list on the right, select the
file you want to recall.
b Press [T Load].
4
Setting Simple
Connection of AUX Bus
Remote Panel
Device
Reset
Initialize menu
a Open the Engineering Setup >System >Initialize
menu (7315).
b Select the control panel “PNL1” in the [Device]
column.
c In the <Initialize> group, select [Reset].
d Press [Execute].
e Check the message, then press [Yes].
This reboots the system, and connection to the
MKS-8080/8082 becomes possible after the system
starts.
For information about the input signals and buses that can
be controlled by the MKS-8080/8082, see “Input/outputs
for MVS-6500 system assigned to S-Bus matrix”
(1 p. 28).
For details about the setting status of the AUX bus remote
panel for a simple connection, refer to the User’s Guide.
1
Execute
Preparation
Connecting the MKS-8080/8082 AUX Bus Remote Panel
to the control panel using an S-Bus data link normally
requires an HKSP-R80 Routing Switcher Controller Board
or similar primary station and various connection settings.
However, using a simple connection, the MKS-8080/8082
can be connected directly without the need for an S-Bus
data link primary station.
A simple connection is possible if the following conditions
are satisfied.
• There are no devices other than the control panel and
MKS-8080/8082 connected on the S-Bus data link.
• There are no more than 16 MKS-8080/8082 units
connected on the S-Bus data link.
For details about the settings on the AUX bus remote
panel, refer to the Operation Manual for the MKS-8080/
8082.
Carry out a reset.
5
Set the position of the MVS system in S-Bus space.
Initialize the MKS-8080/8082 settings.
Device
Source
This can be executed on the MKS-8080/8082.
2
Set the MKS-8080/8082 station number.
Set a number in the range 2 to 17.
This can be executed on the MKS-8080/8082.
3
Set the S-Bus data link primary station role to the
control panel.
Set the STATION ID switches on the front of the
board in the MVS-6520/6530 SLOT 8 to 001 (switch
1 only to the OPEN position).
Switcher processor
Board
STATION ID switch
MVS-6520/6530
CA-85
S3801
Matrix Size
Destination
Level
Router menu
a Open the Engineering Setup >Router/Tally
>Router menu (7361).
b In the <Device> group, select the target device.
In this example, select [SWR1].
Setting Simple Connection of AUX Bus Remote Panel
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c In the <Matrix Size> group, select the matrix size.
In this example, select [136x138 (Standard)].
d Set each of the [Source], [Destination], and [Level]
parameters to “1”.
Notes
After changing the settings, save the user default
settings as required.
For details about saving data, see “Setting the Startup
State” (1 p. 37) and “Saving Data to Removable
Disk” (1 p. 39).
6
Export input and output signal names.
Preparation
Dest Name Export
Src Name Export
Station ID
Name Export menu
a Open the Engineering Setup >Panel >Xpt Assign
menu (7322).
b Press [Name Export].
The Name Export menu (7322.9) appears.
c Select the MKS-8080/8082 station ID using the
[Station ID] parameter.
Select the number (2 to 17) specified in step 2.
d Press [Src Name Export].
The names of the switcher processor input signals
are reflected on the MKS-8080/8082.
e Press [Dest Name Export].
The names of the switcher processor output signals
are reflected on the MKS-8080/8082.
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Setting Simple Connection of AUX Bus Remote Panel
Basic Image Creation
Operations
Video Switching (Transitions)
Types of Transitions (Mix/NAM/Wipe/DME Wipe)
Mix
A separate video progressively fades in over the current video. The whole of the source video gradually fades out while
the new video gradually fades in. The output comprises 50% of each video when the fader lever is in the center position.
50% A and 50% B output
Background B
NAM (non-additive mix)
Basic Image Creation Operations
Background A
The source video and the new video images are compared, and whichever source has the highest luminance is output. The
output comprises 100% of either video at each point when the fader lever is in the center position.
Background A
A or B is output, whichever is brighter
Background B
Wipe
The new video wipes across the screen using a wipe pattern.
Background A
Background B
Video Switching (Transitions)
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DME wipe
The video changes in a DME wipe pattern that uses image shrinking/magnification or other DME effects.
Background A
Background B
Names of Parts in the Control Panel
The positions of the principal parts and fader lever used in the following description are shown in the following figure.
2nd row
1st row
Cross-point control block
Transition control block
Basic Image Creation Operations
M/E bank
PGM/PST
bank
2nd row
Fader lever
Flexi Pad
1st row
Video Transitions using Cuts
In a cut, the video changes with the single press of a button.
(The following describes the M/E bank, as an example.)
1
Push the fader level up.
(The background A video is displayed on the whole
screen.)
2
Select the video you want to display first.
a In the background A row of the cross-point control
block, press the cross-point button assigned with
the selected video.
Background A row
Fader lever
Lit buttons
Background B row
Cross-point control block
Transition control block
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Video Switching (Transitions)
The transition is executed, interchanging the crosspoints in the background A and B rows.
Background A row
Background A video before the transition
3
Select the video you want to display after the
transition.
a In the background B row of the cross-point control
block, press the cross-point button assigned with
the video for post-transition.
4
Lit buttons are
interchanged
Background B row
Cross-point control block
Execute the transition.
a Press the [CUT] button in the transition control
block.
Basic Image Creation Operations
Background A video after the transition
CUT button
Transition control block
Video Transitions using Wipes or Mixes
In a wipe or mix, the video changes gradually. (The
following describes the M/E bank, as an example.)
1
Select the video you want to display first in the
background A row, and then select the video to display
post-transition in the background B row.
Background A row
Background A video
Background B row
Cross-point control block
Background B video
Video Switching (Transitions)
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2
Select the portion of the image to change using the
transition.
Press one of the next transition selection buttons in the
transition control block, turning it on.
• [BKGD] button: Changes the background.
• [KEY1] to [KEY4] buttons: Inserts (or deletes) key
1 to key 4, respectively.
In this example, press the [BKGD] button.
BKGD button
Next transition selection buttons
Main Pattern menu
b Press the desired pattern to select it.
In this example, select “12”.
Fader lever
5
Basic Image Creation Operations
a In the Flexi Pad, press the [TRANS RATE] button.
b Press the [M/E1] button, turning it on.
c While viewing the alphanumeric display, enter the
transition rate you want to set.
As an example, enter “20” (frames).
d Press the [ENTR] button.
Transition control block
3
Set the transition rate.
Select the type of transition (1 p. 43).
Press one of the following transition type selection
buttons, turning it on.
• [MIX] button: Go to step 5.
• [NAM] button: Go to step 5.
• [WIPE] button: Go to step 4.
• [DME] (DME wipe) button: 1 p. 48.
TRANS RATE button
Alphanumeric display
Fader lever
Transition type selection buttons
M/E1 button
Transition control block
4
If WIPE is selected in step 3, choose a wipe pattern.
a Open the M/E-1 >Wipe >Main Pattern menu
(1151).
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Video Switching (Transitions)
Flexi Pad
6
Execute the transition.
a Check the post-transition video on the preview
monitor.
b Operate the fader lever.
In this example, pull the lever from top to bottom.
Transition rate
display
Fader lever
AUTO TRANS button
Transition control block
The output comprises 50% each of both background A
and background B video when the fader lever is in the
center position.
Background A
Basic Image Creation Operations
Background B
Mid transition state
Memo
When you press the [AUTO TRANS] button, the
transition is executed automatically according to the
set transition rate.
Video Switching (Transitions)
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Saving DME Wipe Settings in a DME Wipe Snapshot
Notes
The optional DME board (MKS-6570) is required for DME wipes.
Setting Picture-in-Picture (DME Wipe)
Apply a border to the picture-in-picture pattern. (The
following describes the M/E bank, as an example.)
1
Press the [BKGD] next transition selection button,
turning it on (1 p. 46).
2
Press the [DME] transition type selection button,
turning it on (1 p. 46).
3
Select a DME wipe pattern.
4
Set the size of the DME wipe pattern.
a Open the M/E-1 >DME Wipe >Modify menu
(1165).
Size
Size
Basic Image Creation Operations
a Open the M/E-1 >DME Wipe >1ch menu (1161).
Modify menu
b Press [Size], turning it on.
c Adjust the [Size] parameter.
1 ch menu
b Select the DME wipe pattern group.
In this example, select [Frame I/O/P in P].
c Press the desired pattern to select it.
In this example, select “1251” (picture in picture)
pattern.
d Move the fader lever to the top to check the DME
effects video.
Before adjustment
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Saving DME Wipe Settings in a DME Wipe Snapshot
5
Set the position of the DME wipe pattern.
a In the <Position> group of the Modify menu, press
[Position], turning it on.
V
Position
H
Modify menu
Border
Luminance
Saturation
Hue
Edge/Direction menu
b In the <Edge> group , press [Border], turning it on.
c Adjust the [Width] parameter to set the width of the
border.
d Adjust the [Luminance], [Saturation], and [Hue]
parameters to set the color of the border.
Size and position adjustment
6
Basic Image Creation Operations
b Adjust the [H] parameter to set the horizontal
position.
c Adjust the [V] parameter to set the vertical position.
Width
Set the border.
a Open the M/E-1 >DME Wipe >Edge/Direction
menu (1164).
Border
Border color setting example
Saving/Recalling a DME Wipe Snapshot
A “snapshot” is a function where the various settings
required to apply a particular effect to an image are saved
in memory as a set of data, for recall as required, to
reproduce the original conditions.
There are various kinds of snapshot. The description in this
section uses a DME wipe snapshot.
As an example, the picture-in-picture data configured in
the previous section is registered as a DME wipe snapshot
and then recalled to reproduce the image.
(The following describes the M/E bank, as an example.)
Saving DME Wipe Settings in a DME Wipe Snapshot
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1
Register the DME wipe snapshot in a button.
a In the Flexi Pad, press the [DME WIPE] button.
b Press the [M/E1] button.
c Holding down the [DME WIPE] button, press the
button you want to register (0 to 9).
The button lights yellow when successfully
registered.
Notes
Buttons that are lit already have a registered DME
wipe snapshot. Pressing one of these buttons will
overwrite the existing contents.
DME WIPE button
Basic Image Creation Operations
[0] to [9] buttons
M/E1 button
Flexi Pad
2
To check that the DME wipe snapshot is registered
correctly, use another operation to alter the settings
and then recall the registered DME wipe snapshot.
a Press the [DME WIPE] button.
b Press the [M/E1] button.
c Press the button registered in step 1.
The registered DME wipe settings are immediately
recalled.
Recalled DME wipe pattern and border setting
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Saving DME Wipe Settings in a DME Wipe Snapshot
Inserting Titles (Keys)
What is a Key?
On the switcher, you can overlay video containing a title or
other material occupying part of the screen (key) over the
the video displayed on the whole screen (background). The
component that processes keys is called a keyer.
There are four keyers available on each of the M/E and
PGM/PST banks.
(There are eight keyers available on the MVS-6530 PGM/
PST bank only.)
Key 4
Keys 1 to 4
Key 3
You can change the
order of keys (key
priority).
Key 2
Background
Luminance keys and linear keys
These are keys that cut backgrounds using key sources
generated by differences in luminance (for example, black
and white).
Other keys
Chroma keys (keys that use differences in color), color
vector keys (keys that use differences in color and
brightness), and pattern keys (keys that use wipe patterns)
are available.
Entering Titles using Luminance Keys
To insert a key, use the following procedure. (The
following describes key 1 on the M/E bank, as an
example.)
1
2
Select the background.
a In the background A row, press a cross-point button
to select a background.
Basic Image Creation Operations
Key 1
A key is comprised by a signal that describes how the
background is cut out (key source) and the video signal
that is inserted into that space (key fill).
Select the title image.
a In the 1st row of the cross-point control block, press
the [KEY1] button (the button assigned to KEY1 in
the Setup menu), turning it on.
b In the 2nd row, select the title image (key fill).
KEY1 button
Background
1st row
2nd row
Cross-point control block
3
Select the keyer, key source, and key type.
a In the Flexi Pad, press the [M/E1] button, turning it
on.
b Press the [KEY ADJ] button, turning it on.
c Press the [KEY1] button, turning it on.
d Press the [LUM] button, turning it on.
e Press the [AUTO SEL] button, turning it on. (Uses
key sources assigned in pairs.)
Title image
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KEY ADJ button
KEY1 button
5
Insert keys 2 to 4.
a Press the [KEY2] button, turning it on.
b Repeat steps 3 and 4 to insert key 2.
c Set key 3 and key 4, as required.
M/E1 button
KEY2 button
AUTO SEL button
LUM button
Flexi Pad
Basic Image Creation Operations
Flexi Pad
Key source (assigned in signal pair) for title video
4
Key 2
Insert the key.
a Check the post-insertion video on the monitor
assigned beforehand for key preview output.
b Press the [KEY1 ON] button in the transition
control block.
Memo
To insert the key using an auto transition, press the
[KEY1 TRANS] button.
KEY1 ON button
Key 1
6
Change the key display priority.
a In the transition control block, press the [KEY
PRIOR] button, turning it off.
b Holding down the [PRIOR SET] button, press the
[KEY1] button.
KEY1 TRANS button
Transition control block
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Inserting Titles (Keys)
KEY1 button
Key priority display
PRIOR SET button
KEY PRIOR button
Transition control block
Basic Image Creation Operations
Key 1 and key 2 priority changed
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Composing Images using Chroma Keys
Combine images of people and scenery using keys. (The
following describes key 1 on the M/E bank, as an
example.)
1
KEY ADJ button
KEY1 button
Select the key video.
a In the 1st row of the cross-point control block, press
the [KEY1] button, turning it on.
b In the 2nd row, select the key video (foreground).
KEY1 button
1st row
2nd row
M/E1 button
Basic Image Creation Operations
Foreground signal
Cross-point control block
CRK button
Flexi Pad
4
Execute auto chroma key.
a Press the [SMPL MARK] button, turning it on.
The foreground video only is output.
b Adjust the size and position of the sample mark
using the knobs to specify the blue portion of the
background.
c Press the [AUTO STRT] button.
Foreground video
2
Select the background.
a In the background A row, press a cross-point button
to select a background.
SMPL MARK button
AUTO STRT button
Background video
3
Flexi Pad
Select the keyer, key signal, and key type.
a In the Flexi Pad, press the [M/E1] button, turning it
on.
b Press the [KEY ADJ] button, turning it on.
c Press the [KEY1] button, turning it on.
d Press the [CRK] button, turning it on.
Composited video using chroma keying
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Composing Images using Chroma Keys
Memo
It is possible to move and magnify/shrink the key
using a resizer or DME.
Basic Image Creation Operations
Composing Images using Chroma Keys
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Basic Image Creation Operations
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Composing Images using Chroma Keys
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