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CP 3072PRO
USER MANUAL
USER MANUAL
Article No: RGB-RD-UM-3072PRO E001
Revision No: V1.1
CONTENTS
CONTENTS ..................................................................................................................................................... 1
Declarations .................................................................................................................................................. 3
FCC/Warranty ........................................................................................................................................ 3
Operators Safety Summary ................................................................................................................... 4
Installation Safety Summary.................................................................................................................. 4
Chapter 1 Your Product.................................................................................................................................. 6
1.1 In the Box......................................................................................................................................... 6
1.2 Product Overview ............................................................................................................................ 7
1.2.1 Back Panel ............................................................................................................................ 8
1.2.2 Front Panel ......................................................................................................................... 10
1.2.3 Dimension .......................................................................................................................... 15
Chapter 2 Installing Your Product ................................................................................................................ 16
2.1 Plugging in Signals ......................................................................................................................... 16
2.2 Plugging in Main Power................................................................................................................. 16
2.3 Turning on Your Product ............................................................................................................... 16
Chapter 3 Using Your Product ...................................................................................................................... 18
3.1 Using the MENU Button ................................................................................................................ 18
3.2 Understanding the MENU Structure ............................................................................................. 19
3.3 Using the Menu ............................................................................................................................. 20
3.3.1 Understanding the Display ................................................................................................. 20
3.3.2 Understanding the Main Menu .......................................................................................... 20
3.3.3 Input Menu ......................................................................................................................... 21
3.3.4 Output Menu ...................................................................................................................... 21
3.3.5 Background Menu .............................................................................................................. 22
3.3.6 Advance Menu.................................................................................................................... 23
3.3.7 Language Menu .................................................................................................................. 25
3.3.8 System Menu ...................................................................................................................... 25
3.3.9 Factory Reset Menu............................................................................................................ 26
3.4 PST Mode ...................................................................................................................................... 27
3.4.1 Signal Selection................................................................................................................... 27
3.4.2 Add or Delete Layer ............................................................................................................ 27
3.4.3 Freeze the Layer ................................................................................................................. 27
3.4.4 Multiview Presets ............................................................................................................... 27
3.4.5 Set the Position .................................................................................................................. 27
3.4.6 Scale and Crop the Layer .................................................................................................... 28
3.4.7 DSK Setting ......................................................................................................................... 28
3.4.8 BLEND Setting ..................................................................................................................... 29
3.4.9 Mask Setting ....................................................................................................................... 29
3.4.10 Transitions Setting ............................................................................................................ 30
3.4.11 Custom LOGO ................................................................................................................... 31
3.4.12 Custom OSD ...................................................................................................................... 31
3.4.13 Custom STILL .................................................................................................................... 32
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3.5 PGM Mode .................................................................................................................................... 33
3.6 4K1K Mode .................................................................................................................................... 34
3.7 Switching Mode ............................................................................................................................. 35
3.8 Set the Output Resolution ............................................................................................................. 36
3.8.1 Select the Output Resolution ............................................................................................. 36
3.8.2 Custom the Output Resolution ........................................................................................... 36
3.9 Using Black Out.............................................................................................................................. 38
3.10 Saving Views ................................................................................................................................ 39
3.13 Recall Saved Settings ................................................................................................................... 40
Chapter 4 Ordering Codes ........................................................................................................................... 41
4.1 Product .......................................................................................................................................... 41
4.2 Options .......................................................................................................................................... 41
4.2.1 Input Options...................................................................................................................... 41
4.2.2 Accessories ......................................................................................................................... 41
Chapter 5 Support ..................................................................................................................................... 42
5.1 Contact Us ..................................................................................................................................... 42
Chapter 6 Appendix ..................................................................................................................................... 43
6.1 Specification .................................................................................................................................. 43
6.2 Software Upgrade .......................................................................................................................... 47
6.3 Using XTool .................................................................................................................................... 50
6.3.1 Installing Software .............................................................................................................. 50
6.3.2 Set the OSD......................................................................................................................... 52
6.3.3 Set the Effect ...................................................................................................................... 53
6.3.4 Set the Logo ........................................................................................................................ 54
6.3.5 Set the Still ......................................................................................................................... 55
6.4 Terms & Definitions ....................................................................................................................... 56
6.5 Revision History ............................................................................................................................. 60
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Thank you for choosing our product!
This User Manual is designed to show you how to use this video processor quickly and make use of all
the features. Please read all directions and instructions carefully before using this product.
Declarations
FCC/Warranty
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
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 may cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be
responsible for correcting any interference.
Guarantee and Compensation
RGBlink provides a guarantee relating to perfect manufacturing as part of the legally stipulated
terms of guarantee. On receipt, the purchaser must immediately inspect all delivered goods for
damage incurred during transport, as well as for material and manufacturing faults. RGBlink must be
informed immediately in writing of any complains.
The period of guarantee begins on the date of transfer of risks, in the case of special systems and
software on the date of commissioning, at latest 30 days after the transfer of risks. In the event of
justified notice of compliant, RGBlink can repair the fault or provide a replacement at its own discretion
within an appropriate period. If this measure proves to be impossible or unsuccessful, the purchaser can
demand a reduction in the purchase price or cancellation of the contract. All other claims, in particular
those relating to compensation for direct or indirect damage, and also damage attributed to the
operation of software as well as to other service provided by RGBlink, being a component of the system
or independent service, will be deemed invalid provided the damage is not proven to be attributed to the
absence of properties guaranteed in writing or due to the intent or gross negligence or part of RGBlink.
If the purchaser or a third party carries out modifications or repairs on goods delivered by RGBlink, or if
the goods are handled incorrectly, in particular if the systems are commissioned operated incorrectly or if,
after the transfer of risks, the goods are subject to influences not agreed upon in the contract, all
guarantee claims of the purchaser will be rendered invalid. Not included in the guarantee coverage are
system failures which are attributed to programs or special electronic circuitry provided by the purchaser,
e.g. interfaces. Normal wear as well as normal maintenance are not subject to the guarantee provided by
RGBlink either.
The environmental conditions as well as the servicing and maintenance regulations specified in this
manual must be complied with by the customer.
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Operators Safety Summary
The general safety information in this summary is for operating personnel.
Do Not Remove Covers or Panels
There are no user-serviceable parts within the unit. Removal of the top cover will expose dangerous
voltages. To avoid personal injury, do not remove the top cover. Do not operate the unit without the
cover installed.
Power Source
This product is intended to operate from a power source that will not apply more than 230 volts rms
between the supply conductors or between both supply conductor and ground. A protective ground
connection by way of grounding conductor in the power cord is essential for safe operation.
Grounding the Product
This product is grounded through the grounding conductor of the power cord. To avoid electrical shock,
plug the power cord into a properly wired receptacle before connecting to the product input or output
terminals. A protective-ground connection by way of the grounding conductor in the power cord is
essential for safe operation.
Use the Proper Power Cord
Use only the power cord and connector specified for your product. Use only a power cord that is in good
condition. Refer cord and connector changes to qualified service personnel.
Use the Proper Fuse
To avoid fire hazard, use only the fuse having identical type, voltage rating, and current rating
characteristics. Refer fuse replacement to qualified service personnel.
Do Not Operate in Explosive Atmospheres
To avoid explosion, do not operate this product in an explosive atmosphere.
Installation Safety Summary
Safety Precautions
For all CP 3072PRO processor installation procedures, please observe the following important safety and
handling rules to avoid damage to yourself and the equipment.
To protect users from electric shock, ensure that the chassis connects to earth via the ground wire
provided in the AC power Cord.
The AC Socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment and be easily accessible.
Unpacking and Inspection
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Before opening CP 3072PRO processor shipping box, inspect it for damage. If you find any damage,
notify the shipping carrier immediately for all claims adjustments. As you open the box, compare its
contents against the packing slip. If you find any shortages, contact your sales representative.
Once you have removed all the components from their packaging and checked that all the listed
components are present, visually inspect the system to ensure there was no damage during shipping. If
there is damage, notify the shipping carrier immediately for all claims adjustments.
Site Preparation
The environment in which you install your CP 3072PRO should be clean, properly lit, free from static, and
have adequate power, ventilation, and space for all components.
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Chapter 1 Your Product
1.1 In the Box
Network Cable
HDMI to DVI
Cable
Warranty Card
& USB Files
Antistatic Bag
QC Declaration
Screw Driver
Note:
USB is contained on the Warranty/Registration Card. Please keep.
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Chapter 1: Your Product
1.2 Product Overview
All-in-one scaling and mixing just got even better.
Now you choose input options, now you configure output operations, now control transitions
from the t-bar, now apply layer masks, now do more.
CP 3072PRO redefines modern hands on scaling and mixing for any environment.
Totally modular and flexible in configuration, CP 3072PRO is packed with standard features to
impress and present with ease.
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1.2.1 Back Panel
Input Option Slots
1
CP 3072PRO provides 3 input option slots, range of inputs are available for user fitting,
including DVI, VGA, HDMI, USB, CVBS, DP and SDI.
DVI-I – DVI
Each DVI module supports 1 DVI-I input. Standard DVI signals can input. The DVI port
supports up to HDMI 1.3 if the port format is set to HDMI.
DB15 – VGA
Each VGA module supports 1 DB15 input. Standard VGA signals can input.
HDMI-A – HDMI
Each HDMI module supports 1 HDMI-A input and 1 HDMI loop out. Standard HDMI
signal from computer can input. And can connect to the HDMI input of the next CP
3072PRO or the device with HDMI input.
USB-A– USB
Each USB module supports 1 USB-A input and 1 USB backup. Access the USB device or
mobile hard disk with USB storage function. Support general image and video formats.
BNC – CVBS
Each CVBS module supports 1 BNC input and 1 BNC backup. Standard video signal from
players, cameras can input.
DP
Each DP module supports 1 DP input. Standard DisplayPort signals can input.
BNC – 3G-SDI
Each SDI module supports 1 SDI input and 1 SDI loop out. Standard 3G-SDI signals can
input. And can connect to the SDI input of the next CP 3072PRO or the device with SDI
input.
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PGM Output
2. 3
HDMI-A – HDMI
Connect to the monitor with HDMI input or the LED display.
PST Output
4.5
HDMI-A – HDMI
Connect to the monitor with HDMI input.
PVW Output
8
HDMI-A – HDMI
Connect to the monitor with HDMI input.
9
DB15 – VGA
Connect to the monitor or LED display which has VGA interface. (This connector does
not support hotplug).
Control Connectors
TALLY Light
6.7
12
BNC-Genlock
Input signal from the controller or signal generator and other devices.
13
USB-A–USB
For custom LOGO, OSD, STILL and MASK saving, and can be loaded.
14
RS-232
Used for device upgrade.
15
RJ45–Ethernet
Used for device upgrade.
Power Connection
10
Power Switch
Illuminated power switch.
11
IEC – Power Input
Main power input AC 85-264V Max 65W.
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1.2.2 Front Panel
Panel Instruction
1
Layer adjustment area
8
Layer mask area
2
Layer selection area
9
Transition area
3
Layer effect area
10
Functions area
4
Multiview presets area
11
Independent effects switching area
5
Stored presets area
12
OSD edit area
6
Input sources area
13
Switch modes area
7
Menu and OLED display area
Layer Adjustment Area
1
SCALE
This button used for size and crop adjusting. If image quality distorts by improper
operation, it can be recover by reset.
POS
This button used for position adjusting. If image quality distorts by improper operation,
it can be recover by reset.
FS
Screen parameters setting button. Push the button, its LED light turns on, user can
choose full size or screen size.
FREEZE
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Freeze the image or video.
Rotary Knob
For size and position adjustment and confirmation.
Push SCALE and control the rotary knob will active the display window to be ready for
size down.
Push POS and control the rotary knob will active the display window to be ready for
change position.
Joystick
For size and position adjustment.
Push SCALE and control the joystick will active the display window to be ready for size
down.
Push POS and control the joystick will active the display window to be ready for change
position.
Layer Selection Area
2
A/B/C/D
For adding or deleting the layer, the button light is lit when add the layer, off when
delete the layer, and flash when select the layer.
Layer Effect Area
3
DSK
DSK effect editing button. User can select the layer and set the position in DSK menus.
BLEND
BLEND effect editing button. User can select the layer and set the blending width in
BLEND menus.
Rotary Knob
Adjust the alpha of DSK layer.
For DSK and BLEND adjustment and confirmation.
Multiview Presets Area
Multiview Presets
Multiview mode selection, the button light is lit when selected, mainly for layout
setting quickly in multiview.
: 1P
4
: PIP CENT
: 3P.
: CP 3072PRO V1.1 can not support this function.
Stored Presets Area
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SAVE
Support 36 saving modes.
LOAD
Load saving views 1 to 36.
PAGE
For save or load, total 6 pages, and 6 banks for each page.
1/2/3/4/5/6
The button is lit when select PAGE or BANK.
Input Sources Area
LED Indicator
The button 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8 is lit when the signal or background input is selected for use.
6
PGM Area
For indicating, user can not change the channel or set the size or position in PGM area.
BK1/2
For indicating, the button is lit when enable background function.
1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8
Each button is numbered and can be used as direct number entry when values such as
resolution and size.
PST Area
For indicating, the button is lit when output the signal in PST channel.
For selecting, push any button to switch the PST signal.
For editing, (button light is lit -- the channel is used but can not be edited, button light
is flashing -- the channel can be edited, button light is off -- the channel is not selected.
Menu and OLED Display Area
7
MENU
Menu and exit reuse button.
For details, please refer to Understanding the MENU Structure.
SELECT/ENTER
Confirmation button.
OLED Display
Displays current status of the product, and for feature selections provides interactive
choices in conjunction with buttons on the front panel.
Layer Mask Area
8
Layer Mask Selection
Layer mask selection button are shown as follows:
: Heart
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: Oval
: Round
: Crescent Left
: Star
: Diamond
CUS1/CUS2
Layer mask custom button.
Push any layer mask button, it will enter to the layer mask setting menus. Select the
layer, and set the Mask&PIC pos X and Y, or set Pos X, Y of Mask or PIC separately. User
can also load file from UDisk.
For more details, please refer to Mask Setting.
Transition Area
: ←+→
: ←□→
: ←O→
: Mix
9
: L→R
: L→M→R
: III→
: LT→RB
Double Digital Display Tube
Display the transition time.
DURATION Knob
Adjust transition time. The adjustment range is between 0S~9.9S.
Functions Area
10
LOGO
Enable or disable the LOGO function. If select “ON”, user can set the X and Y, or load file
from UDisk.
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STILL
Enable or disable the STILL function. If select “ON”, user can set the X and Y, or load file
from UDisk.
OSD
Enable or disable the OSD function. If select “ON”, user can delete the OSD, or load file
from UDisk.
BK
The button is lit when enable black function. Black is available for PGM channel.
LOCK
Lock top panel button. The button is lit when the buttons in top panel are locked. Push
the button again, the button light is off, and unlock the top panel.
Indicator
The indicator is on when the output format is SD, HD, RGB, 4K1K, 4K2K or CUST.
Independent Effects Switching Area
11
PGM OUT
1/2 button: Independent effects switching for PGM1 or PGM2.
GROUP: Effects switching for PGM1 or PGM2 at the same time.
OSD Edit Area
OSD
: Subtitle rows back button.
12
: Subtitle rows forward button.
OSD TAKE
Subtitles switch button.
Switch Modes Area
13
CUT
Seamless switching.
TAKE
Seamless switching with effect.
T-BAR
WIPE and mix switching.
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1.2.3 Dimension
Following is the dimension of CP 3072PRO for your reference:
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Chapter 2 Installing Your Product
2.1 Plugging in Signals
Connect signals to the product (ensure all devices are powered off first). Tighten connector
screws/locks where provided.
2.2 Plugging in Main Power
Connect IEC cable to device and plug into wall socket. Turn on power at wall socket.
2.3 Turning on Your Product
Turn the power switch on the rear of the product to the ON position.
OLED display will show as below, completing initialization before loading last settings and
input/output configuration.
On delivery, HDMI will be the default input signal, and the output format is defaulted to
1920x1080x60.
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Initializing...
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PST Input
: HDMI
Output Format: 1920×1080×60
SN: 0009
Version: 1.22
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Chapter 3 Using Your Product
3.1 Using the MENU Button
Push the [MENU] button to enter the menu display.
Turn the rotary knob to navigate to the menu item required. The option turns to green shows the
current item. Push the knob to select and enter into the menu item.
As shown in the figure below:
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3.2 Understanding the MENU Structure
The MENU structure is shown in the figure below:
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3.3 Using the Menu
Use the menu system for convenient and intuitive operation. CP 3072PRO OLED display shows
the menu items. The OLED display will show the default state when the menu is not in use, or the
operation has timed out. Using the MENU button and rotary knob in the front panel, the OLED
display will show the corresponding menus according to user selections.
3.3.1 Understanding the Display
Turn the power switch to the ON position, the OLED display will show the start-up interface and
show the default menu after completing initialization as below:
Introduce for the above information:
1
PST Input
Shows the current PST Input signal that is selected. The related dedicated signal
button will be lit.
2
Output Format
Show the current output format. To configure output resolutions, use the Output
menu. A wide range of resolutions are supported – refer to Specification.
If a # symbol is show after the resolution, then a custom resolution is being used.
3
SN
Shows the serial number of the product.
4
Version
Shows the version of the product.
3.3.2 Understanding the Main Menu
Push the MENU button in the default state and turn the rotary knob, the OLED display will show
the main menus as below:
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->Input
Output
Background
Advance
>>
>>
>>
>>
->Language/语言
System
Factory Reset
>>
>>
>>
There are 7 menu items in the main menu, and display in 2 pages. Turn the rotary knob, and
select any menu above, push the rotary knob to confirm, the OLED display will show the
submenu. If push the MENU button, the OLED display will return to the last level menu.
3.3.3 Input Menu
->Ch.1
Ch.2
Ch.3
Ch.4
In 1-1 USB
In 1-2 USB
In 1-3 USB
In 2-1 HDMI
->Ch.5
Ch.6
Ch.7
Ch.8
In 2-2 HDMI
In 2-3 HDMI
In 3-1 SDI
In 3-2 SDI
Ch.1~Ch.8
Select the signal for Ch. 1~Ch. 8.
Ch.1~Ch.8
Input Format
Show the input format of Ch. 1~Ch. 8.
Ch.1 Control~Ch.8 Control
If select HDMI, HActive, VActive and Freq can be set. If select USB, file
number, play mode, duration of picture, order, play state can be set. User
can also select if upgrade by USB.
3.3.4 Output Menu
->Format
1920×1080×60
Custom Format
>>
4K1K
>>
Color Space/Sample/Bit
>>
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->Ethernet Sync
>>
Format
There are 45 kinds of common resolutions.
Custom Format
The special display project or LED display application would like to require
special resolution settings to meet the requirement--refer to Custom the
Output Resolution.
4K1K
Enable or disable the 4K1K function, and set H total, V total and PGM 1 H
Size.
Output Port
Select PST1, PST2, PGM1 or PGM2.
DVI/HDMI
Select output port as DVI or HDMI.
Color
Space/Sample/
Bit
Bit Depth
Select the bit depth, 8 bits and 10 bits can be selected for DVI, and 8 bits,
10 bits and 12 bits can be selected for HDMI.
Color Space
Select image or video.
Brightness
Brightness setting, the adjustment range is 0~128.
External Sync
Select “ON” or “OFF” will enable or disable external sync function.
External Sync
Input Format
Show the input format of external sync.
Format
Set the format of external sync.
3.3.5 Background Menu
->Background 1
Background 1
Background 1
~Background 2
In 3-3 SDI
File 1
Background 1/2
Select input or picture.
Input
Background 1/2
Select the input signal for background1/2.
BK1/2 Control
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Select if set BK control or reset EDID.
Format
Show the format of current input background.
Scale H Pos
Set the horizontal position of background.
Scale V Pos
Set the vertical position of background.
Scale H Size
Set the width of background.
Scale V Size
Set the height of background.
Picture
Select picture as File 1 or File 2.
Max 50 images can be stored.
Picture
Load File From UDisk
Select load file from UDisk.
Delete
Delete the selected file.
3.3.6 Advance Menu
->LOGO
OSD
Mask
Still
>>
>>
>>
>>
->Blending
DSK
>>
>>
LOGO
Select LOGO 1 or LOGO 2.
ON/OFF
Enable or disable the LOGO function.
LOGO
X
Set the X position of the LOGO.
Y
Set the Y position of the LOGO.
Delete
Delete the selected LOGO.
Load File From UDisk
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Select load file from UDisk.
ON/OFF
Enable or disable the OSD function.
OSD
Delete
Select if delete the OSD.
Load File From UDisk
Select if load file from UDisk.
Mask
Support 13 kinds of mode: diamond, round, heart, star, triangle, oval,
hexagons, pentagon, 4 point star, 6 point star, lighting, crescent left and
crescent right.
Layer
Select the layer.
ON/OFF
Enable or disable the Mask function.
Mask & PIC Pos X
Set the horizontal position of mask and picture.
Mask
Mask & PIC Pos Y
Set the vertical position of mask and picture.
Mask Pos X
Set the horizontal position of mask.
Mask Pos Y
Set the vertical position of mask.
PIC Pos X
Set the horizontal position of picture.
PIC Pos Y
Set the vertical position of picture.
Load File From UDisk
Can load the effect image from UDisk.
Still
Select the still.
ON/OFF
Enable or disable the Still function.
Still
X
Set the X position of the still.
Y
Set the Y position of the Still.
Delete
Delete the still.
Load File From UDisk
Select if load file from UDisk.
Blending
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Select the layer.
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Blending Width
Set the blending width, the adjustment range is between 1~90.
ON/OFF
Enable or disable the Blending function.
Layer
Select the layer.
Preset
Select user, black background, green background, blue background, red
background and white background.
Mode
Select Key In or Key Out.
Alpha
The adjustment range is between 0~128.
Red Min
The adjustment range is between 0~255.
DSK
Red Max
The adjustment range is between 0~255.
Green Min
The adjustment range is between 0~255.
Green Max
The adjustment range is between 0~255.
Blue Min
The adjustment range is between 0~255.
Blue Max
The adjustment range is between 0~255.
DSK
Select “ON” or “OFF” to enable or disable DSK function.
3.3.7 Language Menu
->Language/语言
Language/语言
English
Select Chinese or English.
3.3.8 System Menu
->Version
Ethernet
T-BAR Calibration
Test
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>>
>>
>>
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Version
Show the version of COM, PVW MCU, PVW FPGA, PST+PGM MCU,
PST+PGM FPGA, Optional In 1 MCU, Optional In 2 MCU and Optional In 3
MCU.
Ethernet
Enable or disable the network function. If select “ON”, user can set the IP
address, subnet mask and gateway.
T-BAR Calibration
Step 1: Push the T-BAR to the top.
Step 2: Choose ON.
Step 3: Push the T-BAR to the bottom.
Step 4: Choose ON.
Test
Enable or disable the LED test function and adjust the key value.
3.3.9 Factory Reset Menu
->Factory Reset
Factory Reset, Save IP
>>
>>
Factory Reset
Select “YES” or “NO”. Select “YES” to restore default settings.
Factory
Save IP
Select “YES” or “NO”. Select “YES” to restore default settings, but keep the
IP.
Reset,
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3.4 PST Mode
CP 3072PRO supports 2 HDMI preview output, and it supports the functions as below:
3.4.1 Signal Selection
Push any button in Input Sources Area, for example, push the button [5], the border of signal 5
will change to yellow, and the signal in PGM monitor will be changed to signal 5.
3.4.2 Add or Delete Layer
Push any button of [A] to [D] in Layer Selection Area to add or delete the layer.
Add layer: The light is lit.
Select layer: The light is flashing.
Delete layer: The light is off.
3.4.3 Freeze the Layer
Push the [FREEZE] button in Layer Adjustment Area, the layer will be freeze, push the button
again, the layer is live.
3.4.4 Multiview Presets
1. Push any button in Multiview Presets Area to select multiview layouts, including 1P, PIP CENT,
and 3P.
2. User can adjust the position, size for the selected layer, and set DSK, BLEND and MASK.
3.4.5 Set the Position
1. Push any button of [A] to [D] in Layer Selection Area, the light is flashing when the layer is
selected.
2. Push the [POS] button in Layer Adjustment Area, and enter to the menus as follows:
->H Pos
V Pos
Reset
120
329
>>
Use the rotary knob or joystick to adjust the position of the layer.
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When swing the joystick to the left or right, the horizontal position will be changed.
When swing the joystick up or down, the vertical position will be changed.
3.4.6 Scale and Crop the Layer
1. Push any button of [A] to [D] in Layer Selection Area, the light is flashing when the layer is
selected.
2. Push the [SCALE] button in Layer Adjustment Area, and enter to the menus as follows:
->H Size
V Size
Reset
Crop
1920
1080
>>
>>
Use the rotary knob or joystick to adjust the size of the layer.
When swing the joystick to the left or right, the horizontal size will be changed.
When swing the joystick up or down, the vertical size will be changed.
If select <Crop>, it will enter to the menus as follows:
Crop H Pos: Crop the horizontal position.
Crop V Pos: Crop the vertical position.
Crop H Size: Crop the horizontal size.
Crop V Size: Crop the vertical size.
Crop Reset: Reset crop if image quality distorts by improper operation.
3.4.7 DSK Setting
1. Firstly, enable the multiview function.
2. Push [MENU] button, and enter to the menu items. Turn the rotary knob, and select <DSK>
option in <Advance>, push the knob to confirm. (Or push the [DSK] button to enter to the DSK
menu items)
->Layer
Preset
Mode
Alpha
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Layer 1
Black BackGround
Key In
128
->Red Min
Red Max
Green Min
Green Max
0
208
0
208
->Blue Min
Blue Max
DSK
0
208
ON
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Layer: Select the layer that will DSK.
Preset: Can select user, black background, green background, blue background, red
background and white background.
Mode: Select Key In or Key Out.
Alpha: The adjustment range is between 0~128.
Red Min: The adjustment range is between 0~255.
Red max: The adjustment range is between 0~255.
Green Min: The adjustment range is between 0~255.
Green Max: The adjustment range is between 0~255.
Blue Min: The adjustment range is between 0~255.
Blue Max: The adjustment range is between 0~255.
DSK: Can select enable or disable the DSK function.
3.4.8 BLEND Setting
1. Firstly, enable the multiview function.
2. Push [MENU] button, and enter to the menu items. Turn the rotary knob, and select
<Blending> option in <Advance>, push the knob to confirm. (Or push the [BLEND] button to
enter to the BLEND menu items)
->Layer
Blending Width
ON/OFF
Layer 1
50
ON
Layer: Select the layer that will blending.
Blending Width: Blending width setting, the adjustment range is between 1~90.
ON/OFF: Enable or disable the blending function.
3.4.9 Mask Setting
1. Push the [MENU] button, and enter to the menu items.
2. Turn the rotary knob, and select <Mask> option in <Advance>, push the knob to confirm:
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->Mask
Layer
ON/OFF
Mask&PIC Pox X
Heart
Layer 1
ON
50
->Mask&PIC Pox Y
Mask Pox X
Mask Pox Y
PIC Pox X
50
50
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->PIC Pox Y
Load File From UDisk
50
No
Enable the mask function:
Turn the rotary knob, select <ON/OFF>, and set ”ON” to enable the mask function.
Select mask:
Turn the rotary knob, and select <Mask>, push the knob to confirm. Turn the rotary knob, and
select the effects, diamond, round, heart, star, triangle, oval, hexagons, pentagon, 4 point star,
6 point star, lighting, crescent left and crescent right.
User can also push the layer mask selection button in Layer Mask Area to select the mask.
Mask setting:
CP 3072PRO supports load file from UDisk, and set the selected layer, including effect & PIC
Pos X, Y, effect X, Y and PIC Pos X, Y.
Custom the mask:
There are 2 custom buttons in Layer Mask Area, push [CUST1] or [CUST2], for example, push
[CUST1], it will enter to the menus as follows:
->Custom 1
Layer
ON/OFF
Mask&PIC Pox X
Heart
Layer 1
ON
50
Turn the rotary knob, and select <Custom 1>, push the knob to confirm. Turn the rotary knob
again, and select the mask, for example, select <Star>, push the knob to confirm.
Then push the [CUST1] button, the custom will change to the mask that set, as shown below:
->Custom 1
Layer
ON/OFF
Mask&PIC Pox X
Star
Layer 1
ON
50
3.4.10 Transitions Setting
1. Push the transition buttons in Transition Area, CP 3072PRO supports 8 kinds of wipe modes:
Push the transition button
, user can select ←+→.
Push the transition button
, user can select ←□→.
Push the transition button
, user can select ←O→.
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Push the transition button
, can select fade.
Push the transition button
, can select L→R.
Push the transition button
, user can select L←M→R.
Push the transition button
, user can select III→.
Push the transition button
, user can select LT→RB.
2. Push the [TAKE] button, or use T-bar switcher to switch the image to program with selected
wipe.
3.4.11 Custom LOGO
Push [MENU] button, and enter to the menu items. Turn the rotary knob, and select <LOGO>
option in <Advance>, push the knob to confirm, (Or push the [LOGO] button in Functions Area) it
will enter to the LOGO menus as below:
->LOGO
ON/OFF
X
Y
1
OFF
1600
952
->Delete
Load File From UDisk
1
No UDisk
Enable the LOGO function:
Turn the rotary knob, select <ON/OFF>, and set ”ON” to enable the logo function.
LOGO Setting:
1. Turn the rotary knob, and select <LOGO>, push the knob to confirm.
2. Turn the rotary knob, and select the LOGO that to custom, push the knob to confirm.
3. Turn the rotary knob, select <X> or <Y>, and set the position of LOGO.
Additionally, CP 3072PRO supports load file from UDisk.
3.4.12 Custom OSD
Push [MENU] button, and enter to the menu items. Turn the rotary knob, and select <OSD>
option in <Advance>, push the knob to confirm, it will enter to the OSD menus as below:
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->ON/OFF
Delete
Load File From UDisk
OFF
No
No
1. Turn the rotary knob, select <ON/OFF>, and select ”ON” to enable the OSD function.
2. Turn the rotary knob, select <Delete>, and select ”Yes” to delete the OSD.
3. Turn the rotary knob, select <Load File From UDisk>, and select ”Yes” to load the OSD file from
UDisk.
3.4.13 Custom STILL
Push [MENU] button, and enter to the menu items. Turn the rotary knob, and select <Still> option
in <Advance>, push the knob to confirm, (Or push the [STILL] button in Functions Area) it will
enter to the STILL menus as below:
->Still
ON/OFF
X
Y
3
OFF
0
0
->Delete
Load File From UDisk
1
No UDisk
Enable the STILL function:
Turn the rotary knob, select <ON/OFF>, and set ”ON” to enable the logo function.
STILL Setting:
1. Turn the rotary knob, and select <Still>, push the knob to confirm.
2. Turn the rotary knob, and select the Still that to custom, push the knob to confirm.
3. Turn the rotary knob, select <X> or <Y>, and set the position of Still.
Additionally, CP 3072PRO supports load file from UDisk.
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3.5 PGM Mode
1. Switch the edited PST image to program by pushing the [CUT], [TAKE] button or T-bar, and then
the PGM image will return to PST state, which can be edited.
2. There are 2 HDMI outputs for program, and realize 4Kx1K output.
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3.6 4K1K Mode
1. Push the [MENU] button, and enter to the menu items, turn the rotary knob, and select
<Output>.
Input
->Output
Background
Advance
>>
>>
>>
>>
2. Push the knob to confirm. Turn the rotary knob, and select <4K1K>, push the knob to confirm:
Format
1920×1080×60
Custom Format
>>
->4K1K
>>
Color Space/Sample/Bit
>>
3. Turn the rotary knob, select <4K1K>, and set “ON”:
->4K1K
H Total
V Total
PGM1 H Size
ON
3600
1080
1920
->Set
No
4. Turn the rotary knob, and set H Total as 3840, then it realizes the 4K1K mode.
4K1K
->H Total
V Total
PGM1 H Size
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3840
1080
1920
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3.7 Switching Mode
1. T-BAR switch: Switch the PST image to program with wipe and fade by T-bar.
2. CUT switch: Seamless switch the PST image to program by pushing [CUT] button.
3. TAKE switch: Switch the PST image to program with wipe and fade by pushing [TAKE] button.
4. TRANSITION DURATION: Transition duration setting, the adjustment range is between 0~9.9S.
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3.8 Set the Output Resolution
3.8.1 Select the Output Resolution
1. Push the [MENU] button, and enter to the menu items, turn the rotary knob and select
<Output>:
Input
->Output
Background
Advance
>>
>>
>>
>>
2. Push the rotary knob to confirm, and enter to the menus as below:
->Format
1920×1080×60
Custom Format
>>
4K1K
>>
Color Space/Sample/Bit
>>
3. <Format> is the default option, push the rotary to confirm. Turn the rotary knob, select the
output resolution according to actual need.
3.8.2 Custom the Output Resolution
1. Push the [MENU] button, and enter to the menu items, turn the rotary knob and select
<Output>:
Input
->Output
Background
Advance
>>
>>
>>
>>
2. Push the rotary knob to confirm, and enter to the menus as below:
->Format
1920×1080×60
Custom Format
>>
4K1K
>>
Color Space/Sample/Bit
>>
3. Turn the rotary knob, and select <Custom Format>, push the rotary knob to confirm.
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Format
1920×1080×60
->Custom Format
>>
4K1K
>>
Color Space/Sample/Bit
>>
->HActive
VActive
Freq
Set
1024
768
60
No
4. Set H Active, V Active and Fred according to actual need, then select <Set> and set “Yes”, push
the rotary knob to confirm.
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3.9 Using Black Out
Black out description:
Black signal realizes one-key-touch to a black screen.
CP 3072PRO provides black effect processing for program output and preview output, with cut
black effect. Operation is as below:
Push the [BLACK] button, the button light is lit, then the program output is cut to black.
The effect is shown as below:
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3.10 Saving Views
CP 3072PRO provides 36 positions for saving or recording parameters. To save current parameters
and settings:
1. Push the [SAVE] button in Stored Presets Area, the button [SAVE] and [PAGE] lights are lit, and
some of buttons 1~6 are lit and some are flashing. The button lit can be saved and flash will be
overwrite, push the button lit to save.
SAVE TO
->PAGE: 1
BANK: 1
Backup To UDisk
No UDisk
2. Select PAGE, for example, the button [2] is lit, push the button [2].
SAVE TO
->PAGE: 2
BANK: 1
Backup To UDisk
No UDisk
3. After set the PAGE, it will jump to BANK option, or example, the button [2] is lit, push the
button [2]:
SAVE TO
PAGE: 2
->BANK: 2
Backup To UDisk
No UDisk
4. Push the [SAVE] button again, the button light is off, and exit the save function.
5. Select <Backup To UDisk>, user can save the parameters to the UDisk.
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3.13 Recall Saved Settings
CP 3072PRO provides 36 positions for saving or recording parameters. To recall saved settings:
1. Push the [LOAD] button in Stored Presets Area, the button [LOAD] and [PAGE] lights are lit, and
some of buttons 1~6 are lit and some are flashing. The button lit is ready for recall and flash
means just recall, push the button lit to recall.
LOAD FROM
->PAGE: 1
BANK: 1
Load From UDisk
No UDisk
2. Select PAGE, for example, the button [2] is lit, push the button [2].
LOAD FROM
->PAGE: 2
BANK: 1
Load From UDisk
No UDisk
3. After set the PAGE, it will jump to BANK option, or example, the button [2] is lit, push the
button [2]:
LOAD FROM
PAGE: 2
->BANK: 2
Load From UDisk
No UDisk
4. Push the [LOAD] button again, the button light is off, and exit the load function.
5. Select <Load From UDisk>, user can load the saved parameters from the UDisk.
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Chapter 4 Ordering Codes
4.1 Product
210-3072-01-0
CP 3072PRO
4.2 Options
4.2.1 Input Options
190-0001-02-1
190-0001-03-1
190-0001-04-1
190-0001-06-1
190-0001-07-1
190-0001-09-1
190-0001-10-1
190-0001-15-1
VGA Input
1× VGA
Display Port Input (DP1.0)
1 × Display Port
DVI Input
1 × DVI
HDMI Input /Loop Out
1 × HDMI (with loop)
3G-SDI Input /Loop Out
1 × SDI (with loop)
CVBS In/Backup
1 × CVBS + CVBS BACKUP
USB In/Backup
1 × USB + USB BACKUP
4K Input Module (3 slot)
2 × HDMI + 1 × DP + 1 × DVI
4.2.2 Accessories
980-0001-01-1
290-3072-02-1
290-3072-01-0
980-0006-01-0
CP 3072PRO
EXT Module (Support for 3 Input modules)
Wings/Sides for CP 3072PRO
Rack Ears for CP 3072PRO
LED Gooseneck Lamp (Single)
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5.1 Contact Us
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6.1 Specification
DVI Input (DVI optional module)
Interface Appearance
Board Size
52(L)×19.5(W)(mm)
Number of Inputs
9
Connector
Standard DVI-I socket
Supported Resolution
SMPTE:625/25/50 PAL, 525/29.97/59.94 NTSC,
1080P50/59.94/60, 720p50/59.94/60
VESA:800×[email protected] I 1024×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I
1600×[email protected] I 1920×[email protected] I 1920×[email protected] I 2048×[email protected]
Signal Level
TMDS pwl, single pixel input,165MHz bandwidth
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
VGA Input (VGA optional module)
Interface Appearance
Board Size
Number of Inputs
52(L)×19.5(W)(mm)
9
Connector
Standard DB15 Socket
Supported Standard
VGA-UXGA
Signal Level
R、G、B、Hsync、Vsync:0 to1Vpp±3dB (0.7V Video+0.3v Sync ) 75 ohm
black level: 300mV Sync-tip: 0V
Supported Resolution
VGA-UXGA (800×[email protected] I 1024×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I
1440×[email protected] I 1600×[email protected])
DP Input (DP optional module)
Interface Appearance
Board Size
52(L)×19.5(W)(mm)
Number of Inputs
9
Connector
Standard
Supported Resolution
VESA: 3840×2160×24 I 3840×2160×25 I 3840×2160×30 I 4096×2160×24
SMPTE: 625/25/50 PAL, 525/29.97/59.94 NTSC,
1080P50/59.94/60 I 1080i50/59.94/60,
720p50/59.94/60
Supported Bandwidth
21.6Gb/s
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Format Standard
DP1.0
CVBS Input (CVBS optional module)
Interface Appearance
Board Size
52(L)×19.5(W)(mm)
Number of Inputs
9
Connector
Standard BNC Socket
Supported Standards
PAL/NTSC
Signal Level
1Vpp±3db (0.7V Video+0.3v Sync ) 75 ohm
Multiplex
480i,576i
USB Input (USB optional module)
Interface Appearance
Board Size
52(L)×19.5(W)(mm)
Number of Inputs
3
Connector
Standard USB port
Supported Standard
Support general Image and video formats
3G-SDI Input (SDI optional module)
Interface Appearance
Board Size
52(L)×19.5(W)(mm)
3G-SDI Input
Number of Inputs
3
Connector
Standard BNC Socket
Data Rate
2.97Gb/s, 2.97/1.001Gb/s, 1.485Gb/s, 1.485/1.001Gb/s and 270Mb/s
Supported Standard
SMPTE 425M - 3G Level A 和 Level B 格式
SMPTE 425M (3G Level A) 4:2:2: 1920×1080/60 (1:1) I
1920×1080/50 (1:1).
SMPTE 425M (3G Level B DS1 and DS2) 4:2:2:1920×1080/60 (2:1) I
1920×1080/50 (2:1)
SMPTE 296M (HD): 1280×720/50 (1:1) I 1280×720/50 (1:1)
SMPTE 125M (SD): 1440×487/60 (2:1) I 525-line 487 generic
SMPTE ITU-R BT.656 (SD): 1440×576/50 (2:1),
625-line generic.
Supported Resolution
Balance
Belden 1694A cable:
150m at 2.97Gb/s
250m at 1.485Gb/s
480m at 270Mb/s
SDI Loop Out
Number of Loop Out
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Connector
Standard BNC Socket
Data Rate
2.97Gb/s, 2.97/1.001Gb/s, 1.485Gb/s, 1.485/1.001Gb/s and 270Mb/s
Supported Standard
SMPTE 425M - 3G Level A 和 Level B 格式
Supported Resolution
SMPTE 425M (3G Level A) 4:2:2: 1920×1080/60 (1:1) I
1920×1080/50 (1:1).
SMPTE 425M (3G Level B DS1 and DS2) 4:2:2:1920×1080/60 (2:1) I
1920×1080/50 (2:1)
SMPTE 296M (HD): 1280×720/50 (1:1) I 1280×720/50 (1:1)
SMPTE 125M (SD): 1440×487/60 (2:1), 525-line 487 generic
SMPTE ITU-R BT.656 (SD): 1440×576/50 (2:1),
625-line generic.
Balance
Belden 1694A cable:
150m at 2.97Gb/s
250m at 1.485Gb/s
480m at 270Mb/s
HDMI IN+HDMI LOOP (HDMI optional module)
Interface Appearance
Board Size
52(L)×19.5(W)(mm)
HDMI Input
Number of Inputs
3
Connector
Standard HDMI-A socket
Supported Resolution
SMPTE:625/25/50 PAL, 525/29.97/59.94 NTSC,
1080P50/59.94/60 I 1080i50/59.94/60,
720p50/59.94/60
VESA:800×[email protected] I 1024×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I
1280×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I 1400×[email protected] I 1600×[email protected] I
1920×[email protected] I 1920×[email protected] I 2048×[email protected]
Signal Level
TMDS pwl, single pixel input,165MHz bandwidth
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
HDMI Loop Out
Number of Loop Out
3
Connector
HDMI standard type A interface
Supported Resolution
SMPTE:625/25/50 PAL, 525/29.97/59.94 NTSC,
1080P50/59.94/60 I 1080i50/59.94/60,
720p50/59.94/60
VESA:800×[email protected] I 1024×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I
1280×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I 1400×[email protected] I 1600×[email protected] I
1920×[email protected] I 1920×[email protected] I 2048×[email protected]
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
HDMI PGM Output
Number of Outputs
2
Connector
HDMI standard type A interface
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Supported Resolution
SMPTE: 625/25 PAL, 525/29.97 NTSC, 625/50p PAL,
525/59.94p NTSC,
720p50/59.94/60 I 1080i50/59.94/60 I 1080P50/59.94/60
VESA: 800×[email protected] I 1024×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I
1280×[email protected] I 1600×[email protected] I 1920×[email protected] I
1920×[email protected]
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
HDMI PST Output
Number of outputs
2
Connector
HDMI standard type A interface
Supported Resolution
SMPTE: 625/25 PAL, 525/29.97 NTSC, 625/50p PAL,
525/59.94p NTSC,
720p50/59.94/60 I 1080i50/59.94/60 I 1080P50/59.94/60
VESA: 800×[email protected] I 1024×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I
1280×[email protected] I 1600×[email protected] I 1920×[email protected] I
1920×[email protected]
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
HDMI PVW Output
Number of outputs
1
Connector
HDMI standard type A interface
Supported Resolution
SMPTE: 625/25 PAL, 525/29.97 NTSC, 625/50p PAL,
525/59.94p NTSC,
720p50/59.94/60 I 1080i50/59.94/60 I 1080P50/59.94/60
VESA: 800×[email protected] I 1024×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I
1280×[email protected] I 1600×[email protected] I 1920×[email protected] I
1920×[email protected]
Format Standard
HDMI 1.3
VGA PVW Output
Number of outputs
1
Connector
Standard DB15 Socket
Supported Resolution
VESA: 800×[email protected] I 1024×[email protected] I 1024×[email protected] I 1280×[email protected] I
1280×[email protected] I 1440×[email protected] I 1400×[email protected] I 1600×[email protected] I
1920×[email protected] I 1920×[email protected] I 2048×[email protected]
Signal Level
R, G, B, Hsync、Vsync:0 to1Vpp±3dB (0.7V Video+0.3v Sync ) 75 ohm
black level: 300mV Sync-tip: 0V
Function
Switch
Support any two inputs fade in fade out
Extras
Communication
USB/TCP/IP
Power Supply
85-264V IEC-3
Working Environment
0°C~45°C
Stored Environment
10% to 90%
Product Warranty
3 years parts and labor warranty
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6.2 Software Upgrade
1. Connect CP 3072PRO to PC via a serial cable or network cable, and power on the CP 3072PRO.
2. Open the upgrade tool “RgbLinkUpgradeEx.exe”, and click “Select File” to select the file path,
for example, CP3072PRO_Package_V1.14_20161107.bin, as shown in the figure below:
3. Click “Set”, it will pop up the Comm Settings window, take “Serial” for example, click “Serial”
and then select “Com” port in the pull-down menu of CommPort, as shown in the figure
below:
Click “OK” after select it.
4. Click “Get Old Version” to get all the old version of the modules (take upgrade COM V1.12 to
V1.14 for example), as shown in the figure below:
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Note: User should get the version after finishing boot the device, otherwise, it will identify the
version unclearly. Then click “Get Old Version” again.
5. User don’t need to upgrade the program if the new version and old version are the same. Click
“Upgrade” for the programs which are different from the old version, as shown in the figure
below:
For example, upgrade COM V1.12 to V1.14:
The new CORE_PGM.bin and the old COM_PGM.bin are the same, and don’t need to upgrade.
The version for CORE_PVW.bin, COM_INPUT.bin and COM_MAIN.bin are lower than the new
version, click “Upgrade” after them.
It will show “OK” if upgrade successfully, or it will show “Fail”, as shown in the figure below:
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Restart the device.
6. Click “Get Old Version” again after restart the device, the old version and the new version will
be the same if upgrade successfully.
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6.3 Using XTool
CP 3072PRO equips the XTOOL, which is for upgrade, OSD Set, Effect Change, Logo and STILL
setting. The files can be saved to the USB disk, and be loaded when custom the OSD, MASK, LOGO
and STILL.
6.3.1 Installing Software
Double click
icon, it will pop-up the installer language box, select the language, for
example, select “English”, and click “OK” to confirm.
Click “OK” to install:
Select “Browse...” to select the XTOOL software install location:
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Click “Install”:
Click “Finish” and is ready to run the XTOOL software:
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6.3.2 Set the OSD
Double click the icon
window as follows:
to enter to the XTOOL interface, select “Toolbox”, and enter to the
Default “OSD Set” option, and the settings include:
OSD ON/OFF: Enable or disable the OSD function.
Set the size and position: Adjust the size and position of OSD by changing the value of X, Y, width
and height.
Set the font: Set the font, font type, strike out or under line.
Font transparent: Enable or disable the font transparent function, and set the font color.
BackGround transparent: Enable or disable the background transparent function, and set the
background color.
Input Info: Input the information that will display, and set the size and alignment.
Roll Speed: Set the roll speed, the adjustment range is between 1~16.
Roll type: Select left roll or right roll.
Click “Save To Device” or “Save To Computer” and “Apply” after setting.
Note: Connect the device in “Connection” before “Save To Device”, “Clear OSD” and “Apply”.
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6.3.3 Set the Effect
Select “Effect Change” in “Toolbox”, it will enter to the window as follows:
Select File: Click “BMP File”, and select the image.
Select BackGround Color: Click “Select BackGround Color” and select the color.
Effect Make: Click “Effect Make”, and save the effect to the USB disk.
Note:
1. Special graphic image format is 24 bits BMP format bitmap, photo size cannot be more than
the output resolution.
2. The background to use pure color, with white by default.
3. There can be only one graphics, does not support multiple graphics, graphical location in the
upper left corner, the best location convenient later stage.
4. The generated file number is 14 to 50, according to the order generated, cannot be
interrupted in the middle.
5. The generated files stored in the U disk #####\EFFECT, the directory, not the directory to
create this directory.
6. After completed the USB port of U disk inserted into the device, through the menu operating
the import equipment.
Note: "#####" need to change according to the type of equipment, such as when the equipment
is VENUS X3LIVE "#####" is "X3LIVE","3072PRO" again when the equipment for CP 3072PRO.
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6.3.4 Set the Logo
Select “Logo” in “Toolbox”, it will enter to the window as follows:
Select File: Click “BMP File”, and select the image.
Select BackGround Color: Click “Select BackGround Color” and select the color.
Logo Make: Click “Logo Make”, and save the logo to the USB disk.
Note:
1. LOGO image format is 24 bits BMP format bitmap, total pixels image size must not exceed 256
x128.
2. The background to use pure color, with white by default.
3. The generated file number 1 to 50, according to the order generated, cannot be interrupted in
the middle.
4.The generated files stored in the U disk #####\LOGO, the directory, not the directory to create
this directory.
5. After completed the USB port of U disk inserted into the device, through the menu operating
the import equipment.
Note: "#####" need to change according to the type of equipment, such as when the equipment
is VENUS X3LIVE "#####" is "X3LIVE","3072PRO" again when the equipment for CP 3072PRO.
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6.3.5 Set the Still
Select “Still” in “Toolbox”, it will enter to the window as follows:
Select File: Click “BMP File”, and select the image.
Select BackGround Color: Click “Select BackGround Color” and select the color.
STILL Make: Click “STILL Make”, and save the STILL to the USB disk.
Note:
1. The picture of the sticker format is 24 bits BMP format bitmap, total pixels image size must not
exceed 128 x128.
2. The background to use pure color, with white by default.
3. The generated file number 1 to 50, according to the order generated, cannot be interrupted in
the middle.
4. The generated files stored in the U disk #####\STILL, the directory, not the directory to create
this directory.
5. After completed the USB port of U disk inserted into the device, through the menu operating
the import equipment.
Note: "#####" need to change according to the type of equipment, such as when the equipment
is VENUS X3LIVE "#####" is "X3LIVE","3072PRO" again when the equipment for CP 3072PRO.
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6.4 Terms & Definitions
The following terms and definitions are used throughout this guide.
 “ASCII”: American Standard for Information Interchange. The standard code consisting of
7-bit coded characters (8 bits including parity check) used to exchange information
between data processing systems, data communication systems, and associated equipment.
The ASCII set contains control characters and graphic characters.
 “Aspect ratio”: The relationship of the horizontal dimension to the vertical dimension of an
image. In viewing screens, standard TV is 4:3, or 1.33:1; HDTV is 16:9, or 1.78:1. Sometimes
the “:1” is implicit, making TV = 1.33 and HDTV = 1.78.
 “AV”: Audio visual, or audio video.
 A “Background” is an unscaled source, typically originating from a computer. A background
source appears at the system’s lowest priority — visually in back of all other sources.
 “Baudrate”: Named of J.M.E. Baudot, the inventor of the Baudot telegraph code. The
number of the electrical oscillations per second, called baud rate. Related to, but not the
same as, transfer rate in bits per second (bps).
 “Blackburst”: The video waveform without the video elements. It includes the vertical sync,
horizontal sync, and the chroma burst information. Blackburst is used to synchronize video
equipment to align the video output. One signal is normally used to set up an entire video
system or facility. Sometimes it is called House sync.
 “BNC”: Bayonet Neill-Concelman. A cable connector used extensively in television and
named for its inventors. A cylindrical bayonet connector that operates with a twist-locking
motion. To make the connection, align the two curved grooves in the collar of the male
connector with the two projections on the outside of the female collar, push, and twist.
This allows the connector to lock into place without tools.
 “Brightness”: Usually refers to the amount or intensity of video light produced on a screen
without regard to color. Sometimes called “black level.
 “CAT 5”: Category 5. Describes the network cabling standard that consists of four
unshielded twisted pairs of copper wire terminated by RJ-45 connectors. CAT 5 cabling
supports data rates up to 100 Mbps. CAT 5 is based on the EIA/TIA 568 Commercial
Building Telecommunications Wiring Standard.
 “Color bars”: A standard test pattern of several basic colors (white, yellow, cyan, green,
magenta, red, blue, and black) as a reference for system alignment and testing. In NTSC
video, the most commonly used color bars are the SMPTE standard color bars. In PAL video,
the most commonly used color bars are eight full field bars. In the computer, the most
commonly used color bars are two rows of reversed color bars.
 “Color burst”: In color TV systems, a burst of subcarrier frequency located on the back
porch of the composite video signal. This serves as a color synchronizing signal to establish
a frequency and phase reference for the chroma signal. Color burst is 3.58 MHz for NTSC
and 4.43 MHz for PAL.
 “Color temperature”: The color quality, expressed in degrees Kelvin(K), of a light source.
The higher the color temperature, the bluer the light. The lower the temperature, the
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redder the light. Benchmark color temperature for the A/V industry include 5000°K, 6500°K,
and 9000°K.
“Contrast ratio”: The radio of the high light output level divided by the low light output level.
In theory, the contrast radio of the television system should be at least 100:1, if not 300:1.
In reality, there are several limitations. In the CRT, light from adjacent elements
contaminate the area of each element. Room ambient light will contaminate the light
emitted from the CRT. Well-controlled viewing conditions should yield a practical contrast
ratio of 30:1 to 50:1.
“DVI”: Digital Visual Interface. The digital video connectivity standard that was developed by
DDWG (Digital Display Work Group). This connection standard offers two different
connectors: one with 24 pins that handles digital video signals only, and one with 29 pins
that handles both digital and analog video.
“EDID”: Extended Display Identification Data – EDID is a data structure used to communicate
video display information, including native resolution and vertical interval refresh rate
requirements, to a source device. The source device will then output the optimal video
format for the display based on the provided EDID data, ensuring proper video image
quality. This communication takes place over the DDC – Display Data Channel.
“Ethernet”: A Local Area Network (LAN) standard officially known as IEEE 802.3. Ethernet
and other LAN technologies are used for interconnecting computers, printers, workstations,
terminals, servers, etc. within the same building or campus. Ethernet operates over twisted
pair and over coaxial cable at speeds starting at 10Mbps. For LAN interconnectivity,
Ethernet is physical link and data link protocol reflecting the two lowest layers of the OSI
Reference Model.
“Frame”: In interlaced video, a frame is one complete picture. A video frame is made up of
two fields, or two sets of interlaced lines. In a film, a frame is one still picture of a series
that makes up a motion picture.
“Gamma”: The light output of a CRT is not linear with respect to the voltage input. The
difference between what you should have and what is actually output is known as gamma.
“HDMI” - High – Definition Multimedia Interface: An interface used primarily in consumer
electronics for the transmission of uncompressed high definition video, up to 8 channels of
audio, and control signals, over a single cable. HDMI is the de facto standard for HDTV
displays, Blu-ray Disc players, and other HDTV electronics. Introduced in 2003, the HDMI
specification has gone through several revisions.
“HDSDI”: The high-definition version of SDI specified in SMPTE-292M. This signal standard
transmits audio and video with 10 bit depth and 4:2:2 color quantization over a single
coaxial cable with a data rate of 1.485 Gbit/second. Multiple video resolutions exists
including progressive 1280x720 and interlaced 1920x1080 resolution. Up to 32 audio
signals are carried in the ancillary data.
“JPEG” (Joint photographic Expects Group): Commonly used method of lossy compression
for photographic images using a discreet cosine transfer function. The degree of
compression can be adjusted, allowing a selectable tradeoff between storage size and
image quality. JPEG typically achieves 10:1 compression with little perceptible loss in image
quality. Produces blocking artifacts.
“MPEG”: Motion Picture Expect Group. A standard committee under the auspices of the
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International Standards Organization working on algorithm standards that allow digital
compression, storage and transmission of moving image information such as motion video,
CD-quality audio, and control data at CD-ROM bandwidth. The MPEG algorithm provides
inter-frame compression of video images and can have an effective compression rate of
100:1 to 200:1.
“NTSC”: The color video standard used in North America and some other parts of the world
created by the National Television Standards Committee in the 1950s. A color signal must
be compatible with black-and-white TV sets. NTSC utilizes an interlaced video signals, 525
lines of resolution with a refresh rate of 60 fields per second (60 Hz). Each frame is
comprised of two fields of 262.5 lines each, running at an effective rate of 30 frames per
second.
“Operator”: Refers to the person who uses the system.
“PAL”: Phase Alternate Line. A television standard in which the phase of the color carrier is
alternated from line to line. It takes four full pictures (8 fields) for the color-to-horizontal
phase relationship to return to the reference point. This alternation helps cancel out phase
errors. For this reason, the hue control is not needed on a PAL TV set. PAL, in many
transmission forms, is widely used in Western Europe, Australia, Africa, the Middle East,
and Micronesia. PAL uses 625-line, 50-filed (25 fps) composite color transmission system.
“PIP”: Picture-in-Picture. A small picture within a larger picture created by scaling down one
of the images to make it smaller. Each picture requires a separate video source such as a
camera, VCR, or computer. Other forms of PIP displays include Picture-by-Picture (PBP)
and Picture-with-Picture (PWP), which are commonly used with 16:9 aspect display devices.
PBP and PWP image formats require a separate scaler for each video window.
“Polarity”: The positive and negative orientation of a signal. Polarity usually refers to the
direction or a level with respect to a reference (e.g. positive sync polarity means that sync
occurs when the signal is going in the positive direction).
“RJ-45”: Registered Jack-45. A connector similar to a telephone connector that holds up to
eight wires, used for connecting Ethernet devices.
“RS-232”: An Electronic Industries Association (EIA) serial digital interface standard
specifying the characteristics of the communication path between two devices using either
DB-9 or DB-25 connectors. This standard is used for relatively short-range communication
and does not specify balanced control lines. RS-232 is a serial control standard with a set
number of conductors, data rate, word length, and type of connector to be used. The
standard specifies component connection standards with regard to the computer interface.
It is also called RS-232-C, which is the third version of the RS-232 standard, and is
functionally identical to the CCITT V.24 standard.
“Saturation”: Chroma, chroma gain. The intensity of the color, or the extent to which a given
color in any image is free from white. The less white in a color, the truer the color or the
greater its saturation. On a display device, the color control adjusts the saturation. Not to
be confused with the brightness, saturation is the amount of pigment in a color, and not
the intensity. Low saturation is like adding white to the color. For example, a low-saturated
red looks pink.
“Scaling”: A conversion of a video or computer graphic signal from a starting resolution to a
new resolution. Scaling from one resolution to another is typically done to optimize the
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signal for input to an image processor, transmission path or to improve its quality when
presented on a particular display.
“SDI”: Serial Digital Interface. The standard based on a 270 Mbps transfer rate. This is a
10-bit, scrambled, polarity independent interface with common scrambling for both
component ITU-R 601 and composite digital video and four channels of (embedded) digital
audio.
“Seamless Switching”: A feature found on many video switchers. This feature causes the
switcher to wait until the vertical interval to switch. This avoid a glitch (temporary
scrambling) which normally is seen when switching between sources.
“SMPTE”: Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. A global organization, based in
the United States, that sets standards for baseband visual communications. This includes
film as well as video and television standards.
“S-Video”: A composite video signal separated into the luma (“Y” is for luma, or black and
white information; brightness) and the chroma (“C” is an abbreviation for chroma, or color
information).
“Sync”: Synchronization. In video, sync is a means of controlling the timing of an event with
respect to other events. This is accomplished with timing pulses to insure that each step in
a process occurs at the correct time. For example, horizontal sync determines exactly when
to begin each horizontal scan line. Vertical sync determines when the image is to be
refreshed to start a new field or frame. There are many other types of sync in video
system.(Also known as “sync signal” or “sync pulse.”)
“TCP/IP”: Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. The communication protocol of
the Internet. Computers and devices with direct access to the Internet are provided with a
copy of the TCP/IP program to allow them to send and receive information in an
understandable form.
“USB”: Universal Serial Bus. USB was developed by seven PC and telecom industry leaders
(Compaq, DEC, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, NEC, and Northern Telecom). The goal was easy
plug-and-play expansion outside the box, requiring no additional circuit cards. Up to 127
external computer devices may be added through a USB hub, which may be conveniently
located in a keyboard or monitor. USB devices can be attached or detached without
removing computer power. The number of devices being designed for USB continues to
grow, from keyboards, mice, and printers to scanners, digital cameras, and ZIP drives.
“VESA”: Video Electronics Standards Association. A nonprofit number organization
dedicated to facilitating and promoting personal computer graphics through improved
standards for the benefit of the end-user. www.vesa.org
“VGA”: Video Graphics Array. Introduced by IBM in 1987, VGA is an analog signal with TTL
level separate horizontal and vertical sync. The video outputs to a 15-pin HD connector and
has a horizontal scan frequency of 31.5 kHz and vertical frequency of 70 Hz (Mode 1, 2)
and 60 Hz (Mode 3). The signal is non-interlaced in modes 1, 2, and 3 and interlaced when
using the 8514/A card (35.5 kHz, 86 Hz) in mode 4. It has a pixel by line resolution of
640×480 with a color palette of 16 bits and 256,000 colors.
“YCrCb”: Used to describe the color space for interlaced component video.
“YPbPr”: Used to describe the color space for progressive-scan (non-interlaced) component
video.
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6.5 Revision History
The table below lists the changes to the Video Processor User Manual.
Format
Time
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1. Update the front panel.
2. Update the menu.
3. Update the ordering codes.
4. Add “Using XTool”.
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