quick start guide - COMM-TEC

quick start guide - COMM-TEC
QUICK START GUIDE
RUNNING THE SHOW
slot button corresponding to the preset you wish to load. The preset will be loaded to program or preview,
depending on which button has been selected. If you have loaded your preset to preview, you will need to
press TAKE to view it on the Program screens. If you load a preset directly to program, the new attributes
including sources, size, position, border, etc will cut into place. Presets can be saved, loaded and renamed
directly from the Preset page. (Please read the user manual for further information on this topic).
Layer Selection
Backgrounds, frames, PIPs, and logos are all considered layers.
Selected layers are highlighted in orange on the touchscreen.
The first selected layer is further highlighted with a viewfinder
icon. To select a layer, there are several options:
Vertige™ - Ref. VRC300
• Selecting Layers from the touchscreen: At any time when the Preset page is displayed, a layer may be
selected by directly touching it on the touchscreen. Touching another layer will release your current selection
and select the new layer. To select multiple layers, or remove a layer from your selection, you will need to use
the [+]/[-] selection modifier keys on the Vertige™ keyboard.
All Analog Way products have a 3 year warranty on parts and labor, return to factory, but do not include
faults resulting from user negligence, any unauthorized modifications, electrical surges, mishandling (drop/
crush), and/or any other damage caused by misuse.
Please note: The included carrying case and protective foam is not covered under warranty.
Thank you for choosing Analog Way and the Vertige™. By following these simple steps, you will be able to
setup and use within minutes your powerful high-end Remote Controller. Vertige™ is a revolutionary Remote
Controller integrating new ways of creating and managing large events and multi-venues. The Vertige™ brings
a simple and flexible approach to show creation and management. Vertige™ can control several screens
and multiple LiveCore™ devices (Ascender 48, Ascender 32, Ascender 16, SmartMatriX Ultra, NeXtage 16,
NeXtage 08), independently or linked with an identical device (additive modularity), linked with an expansion
module, or synchronized (associative modularity). Vertige™ can also control other devices over IP, such as
Midra switchers, matrix routers, media players, PTZ cameras.
• Selecting Layers from the Layer Selection buttons: At any time, a layer or group of layers may be selected
by directly pressing one of the Layer Selection buttons (please read the user manual for further information
on this topic).
GOING FURTHER WITH THE VERTIGE™
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
Source selection
Sources allow you to:
• Fill a layer or group of layers with a source.
• Fill a native layer or group of native layers with a native
source (the NATIVE mode must be enabled).
All the sources and native sources need to be configured beforehand during show setup. Sources and their
corresponding key bindings can be automatically created when using the Iteration Wizard. Native sources on
the other hand must be created manually.
Use the [<]/[>] buttons to navigate source pages and find a source. Then simply press the corresponding
source key to fill the selected layer(s) with the source.
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
For complete details and operations procedures, please refer to the Vertige™ User’s manual and our
website for further information: www.analogway.com
GERMANY
GERMANY
UNITED KINGDOM
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FRANCE
FRANCE
ITALY
ITALY
UNITED KINGDOM
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* User manual and Quick start guide are available on www.analogway.com.
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GETTING STARTED WITH THE VERTIGE™
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Below each fader, there is an LCD key displaying the name of the Screen associated to the fader; use the [<]/
[>] buttons to shift the view if you have more than 6 screens in your scene.
Preset selection
A Preset contains all the layer information about all the
layers on all active screens. Presets stored using the
Vertige™ console are stored within the Vertige™ show,
and can be exported and imported to another console. By default, the unit will operate in preset Load mode.
To save a preset, first create the content that you wish to save on either the program or preview screens. To
save a preset from Program, make sure that the PROGRAM button is selected. To save a preset from Preview,
make sure that the PREVIEW button is selected. To save a preset, activate the SAVE button. Navigate to the
required preset bank slot page and then press once on the corresponding preset slot button. The preset
button will turn yellow, indicating that the preset has been successfully saved. Note that the system will
automatically switch back to preset Load mode. If you attempt to overwrite an existing preset, you will need
to confirm the action by pressing the blinking preset button again.
To load a preset, first make sure that the PREVIEW button is selected if you wish to load the preset to
Preview, or that the Program button is selected if you wish to load the preset to Program. To load a preset,
make sure the LOAD button is activated. Navigate the preset bank pages if required and then press the preset
Read the following sections in the given order to
get started with Vertige™:
• Rear panel description
• Front panel description
• Setting up the Vertige™
• Configuring a Show
• Running a Show
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UNITED KINGDOM
Transition section
You have different options to transition from Preview to
Program:
- The T-Bar for a manual smooth transition
- The Take button for an automatic timed transition
- Independent faders for a manual transition per screen.
Go to our website to register your product(s)
and be notified about new firmware versions:
http://bit.ly/AW-Register
• 1 x Vertige™ (VRC300)
• 2 x Power supply cord
• 1 x User manual (PDF version)*
• 1 x Quick start guide (PDF version)*
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ITALY
UNITED STATES
If connecting the Vertige™ and the devices directly,
make sure to use an Ethernet crossover cable (the
Vertige™ connects to the controlled devices with
standard Ethernet LAN networking equipment).
Otherwise you can use a standard Ethernet hub
and straight cables.
REAR PANEL DESCRIPTION
SINGAPORE
The Americas
Europe, Middle East & Africa
Asia Pacific
Analog Way SAS - Headquarters
Tel.: +33 (0)1 81 89 08 60
Fax: +33 (0)1 57 19 04 54
2/4 rue Georges Besse
92160 Antony
FRANCE
Analog Way Inc.
Toll free: +1 855 353 4988
Fax.: +1 646 779 3890
3047 Summer Oak Place
Buford, GA 30518
USA
Analog Way Pte Ltd
Tel.: +65 6292 5800
Fax: +65 6292 5205
152 Beach Road
#15-03 Gateway East
SINGAPORE 189721
Sales/General information:
[email protected]
Sales/General information:
[email protected]
Sales/General information:
[email protected]
Technical support:
[email protected]
Tel.: +33 (0)1 81 89 08 76
Technical support:
[email protected]
Technical support:
[email protected]
140154 - 04/27/2015
Firmware: V03 - VRC300-QSG
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1. Power Supply:
Dual, redundant power supply with fuse as standard
equipment.
2. On/Off button:
Switch on/off the device.
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3. Connection panel:
Ethernet LAN adapters for device control.
FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION
SETTING UP THE VERTIGE™ & CONFIGURING A SHOW
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Starting the Vertige™
Press Start
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1- Touch screen
The 15’’6 wide touchscreen comfortably displays on
the same page the representation of the Program
& Preview of a typical scene (Blend + 2 satellites).
The representation of the whole scene will allow you
to work on multiple layers from different screens at
the same time (to change background sources, for
example). The representation of both Program &
Preview states will allow you to switch presets at any
time (even during an effect) like with the LiveCore™
series.
2- Preset section
This section allows you to save and load your
scene presets. 10 preset keys and a page browsing
mechanism allows you to organize and access up to
100 presets.
3- Layer section
This section allows you to select layers in different
screens and edit them simultaneously. Multiple layer/
screen criteria can be used to perform advanced
layer selections.
4- Source section
This section allows you to assign sources to the
selected layers on Program or Preview. 12 source
keys and a page browsing mechanism allows you to
organize and access up to 120 sources. The name of
a source will be displayed on the corresponding LCD
key.
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5- Control section
This section allows you to select the preset to work
with (Program or Preview), and apply basic functions
to all selected layers (like Freeze, Clear, Unify...).
6- Edit section
This section allows you to edit the selected layers in
three different ways: roughly via the joystick, finely
via the encoders or directly via the numpad. With
its 12 contextual LCD keys, the block displaying the
numpad (the EDITpad) also provides access to a
variety of edit tools such as pages of shortcuts, layer
presets and macros.
7- Transition section
This section allows you to use the T-Bar for a smooth
transition effect between presets. The individual,
motorized sliders can be used to transition individual
screens, and they show the current state of the
screen.
8- Control Transition
This section allows you to take all your active screens
and control the transition time globally.
You can also enable the CUE SEQUENCE button to
control the cue sequence playback (play, next step,
stop ...).
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Configuring the Vertige™
Network
Press the SETTINGS button in
the upper-right corner.
Select the Network tab then
the EDIT option.
Select the Ethernet port you
want to use.
Enter the desired IP address,
subnet mask and gateway.
Press Apply.
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Creating a User
Select the CREATE option.
Enter a name and
a password (optional).
Press Create.
Logging in
Select the LOGIN option.
Select a user.
Press Login.
Wizard Step 3 (Scene)
Select the total number
of screens wired to your
devices.
Wizard Step 2 (Devices)
Enter the IP address of the Master device. If
you have selected the Synchronized option,
then check the Slave #X boxes to enable
up to three additional devices that will be
synchronized with the Master device. Then
adjust each device IP address to match
your network configuration. Press the Next
button to continue.
Wizard Step 4 (Screens)
Rename each screen if necessary. If some of the screens are used
for a blend, adjust their size accordingly. Press Create.
Note 1: The wizard will automatically create an assembly with its devices
and streams, the screens, the sources and the front panel key bindings.
Note 2: If your event requires creating other devices and screens, use
the wizard as many times as necessary.
Note 3: After using the wizard, you may have to adjust some default
settings in the assemblies/ screens/sources.
Configuring a Source
Select the SOURCE tab.
Select a source.
Renaming the Source
Select the EDIT option.
Enter a name / Press Apply.
Note: Use a short name with a maximum of two
words to ensure readability on LCD buttons.
Configuring an Assembly
Select the ASSEMBLY tab.
Select an assembly.
Configuring the Inputs
In the left menu, select IN/
OUT and then INPUT.
Press All Inputs to set up
automatically all the inputs
of the devices.
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Configuring the Source key
binding
Select the EDIT option.
Navigate to an available key.
Press the corresponding button
on the touchscreen.
Press Apply.
Configuring a Native Source
Select the NATIVE tab then select the
CREATE option.
Navigate to an available key.
Enter a name.
Press Create.
Loading an Iteration
Select the LOAD option.
Select an iteration.
Press Load.
Loading a Show
Select the LOAD option.
Select a show.
Press Load.
Note: Creating a show
will automatically create a
default iteration.
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Wizard Step 1 (Assembly)
In the Device Type field, select the type of
device that will be handled by this assembly.
In the Device Extension field, select the option
that matches your assembly configuration
(Single, Linked with Slave, Linked with LOE
or Synchronized). If your device(s) have an
option (4K or 4K - PL), then make sure to
select it in the Device Option field.
Creating a Show
Select the CREATE option.
Enter a name.
Press Create.
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Configuring the Internal
Rate
Select the PRECONFIG/RATE
option.
Choose
the
desired
mode (Internal, Follow or
Framelock).
Adjust the settings.
Configuring the Streams
Select the STREAM/ LIVE
option.
Make sure each "Live"
stream matches the correct
input plug. Select the
STREAM/NATIVE option to
create native streams.
Configuring a Screen
Select the SCREEN tab.
Select a screen.
Configuring the Scene
Select the SCENE option.
Press Move left or Move right to move your
screen in the scene.
Configuring the Screen Mapping
Select the MAP option.
Make sure each screen area is mapped
to the correct device output.
Note: If some mappings don’t match
your wiring, remove them and create
new ones.
Configuring the Native Source key binding
Select the EDIT option.
Navigate to an available key. Press Apply.
Configuring the streams mapping
Select the MAP / QUICK option.
Select the native stream that will get displayed on the selected native
layers when the corresponding source key is pressed in the front panel.
Configuring the Soft Edge blending
Select the BLENDING option.
Adjust the covering.
Adjust the black levels.
Adjust the blending curves.
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Running the Show
Select the PRESET tab
Enjoy!
QUICK START GUIDE
RUNNING THE SHOW
slot button corresponding to the preset you wish to load. The preset will be loaded to program or preview,
depending on which button has been selected. If you have loaded your preset to preview, you will need to
press TAKE to view it on the Program screens. If you load a preset directly to program, the new attributes
including sources, size, position, border, etc will cut into place. Presets can be saved, loaded and renamed
directly from the Preset page. (Please read the user manual for further information on this topic).
Layer Selection
Backgrounds, frames, PIPs, and logos are all considered layers.
Selected layers are highlighted in orange on the touchscreen.
The first selected layer is further highlighted with a viewfinder
icon. To select a layer, there are several options:
Vertige™ - Ref. VRC300
• Selecting Layers from the touchscreen: At any time when the Preset page is displayed, a layer may be
selected by directly touching it on the touchscreen. Touching another layer will release your current selection
and select the new layer. To select multiple layers, or remove a layer from your selection, you will need to use
the [+]/[-] selection modifier keys on the Vertige™ keyboard.
All Analog Way products have a 3 year warranty on parts and labor, return to factory, but do not include
faults resulting from user negligence, any unauthorized modifications, electrical surges, mishandling (drop/
crush), and/or any other damage caused by misuse.
Please note: The included carrying case and protective foam is not covered under warranty.
Thank you for choosing Analog Way and the Vertige™. By following these simple steps, you will be able to
setup and use within minutes your powerful high-end Remote Controller. Vertige™ is a revolutionary Remote
Controller integrating new ways of creating and managing large events and multi-venues. The Vertige™ brings
a simple and flexible approach to show creation and management. Vertige™ can control several screens
and multiple LiveCore™ devices (Ascender 48, Ascender 32, Ascender 16, SmartMatriX Ultra, NeXtage 16,
NeXtage 08), independently or linked with an identical device (additive modularity), linked with an expansion
module, or synchronized (associative modularity). Vertige™ can also control other devices over IP, such as
Midra switchers, matrix routers, media players, PTZ cameras.
• Selecting Layers from the Layer Selection buttons: At any time, a layer or group of layers may be selected
by directly pressing one of the Layer Selection buttons (please read the user manual for further information
on this topic).
GOING FURTHER WITH THE VERTIGE™
WHAT’S IN THE BOX
Source selection
Sources allow you to:
• Fill a layer or group of layers with a source.
• Fill a native layer or group of native layers with a native
source (the NATIVE mode must be enabled).
All the sources and native sources need to be configured beforehand during show setup. Sources and their
corresponding key bindings can be automatically created when using the Iteration Wizard. Native sources on
the other hand must be created manually.
Use the [<]/[>] buttons to navigate source pages and find a source. Then simply press the corresponding
source key to fill the selected layer(s) with the source.
GERMANY
WARRANTY AND SERVICE
For complete details and operations procedures, please refer to the Vertige™ User’s manual and our
website for further information: www.analogway.com
GERMANY
GERMANY
UNITED KINGDOM
UNITED KINGDOM
FRANCE
FRANCE
ITALY
ITALY
UNITED KINGDOM
FRANCE
CONTACT INFORMATION
ITALY
* User manual and Quick start guide are available on www.analogway.com.
UNITED STATES
UNITED STATES
GETTING STARTED WITH THE VERTIGE™
UNITED STATES
SINGAPORE
SINGAPORE
Below each fader, there is an LCD key displaying the name of the Screen associated to the fader; use the [<]/
[>] buttons to shift the view if you have more than 6 screens in your scene.
Preset selection
A Preset contains all the layer information about all the
layers on all active screens. Presets stored using the
Vertige™ console are stored within the Vertige™ show,
and can be exported and imported to another console. By default, the unit will operate in preset Load mode.
To save a preset, first create the content that you wish to save on either the program or preview screens. To
save a preset from Program, make sure that the PROGRAM button is selected. To save a preset from Preview,
make sure that the PREVIEW button is selected. To save a preset, activate the SAVE button. Navigate to the
required preset bank slot page and then press once on the corresponding preset slot button. The preset
button will turn yellow, indicating that the preset has been successfully saved. Note that the system will
automatically switch back to preset Load mode. If you attempt to overwrite an existing preset, you will need
to confirm the action by pressing the blinking preset button again.
To load a preset, first make sure that the PREVIEW button is selected if you wish to load the preset to
Preview, or that the Program button is selected if you wish to load the preset to Program. To load a preset,
make sure the LOAD button is activated. Navigate the preset bank pages if required and then press the preset
Read the following sections in the given order to
get started with Vertige™:
• Rear panel description
• Front panel description
• Setting up the Vertige™
• Configuring a Show
• Running a Show
SINGAPORE
GERMANY
UNITED KINGDOM
Transition section
You have different options to transition from Preview to
Program:
- The T-Bar for a manual smooth transition
- The Take button for an automatic timed transition
- Independent faders for a manual transition per screen.
Go to our website to register your product(s)
and be notified about new firmware versions:
http://bit.ly/AW-Register
• 1 x Vertige™ (VRC300)
• 2 x Power supply cord
• 1 x User manual (PDF version)*
• 1 x Quick start guide (PDF version)*
FRANCE
ITALY
UNITED STATES
If connecting the Vertige™ and the devices directly,
make sure to use an Ethernet crossover cable (the
Vertige™ connects to the controlled devices with
standard Ethernet LAN networking equipment).
Otherwise you can use a standard Ethernet hub
and straight cables.
REAR PANEL DESCRIPTION
SINGAPORE
The Americas
Europe, Middle East & Africa
Asia Pacific
Analog Way SAS - Headquarters
Tel.: +33 (0)1 81 89 08 60
Fax: +33 (0)1 57 19 04 54
2/4 rue Georges Besse
92160 Antony
FRANCE
Analog Way Inc.
Toll free: +1 855 353 4988
Fax.: +1 646 779 3890
3047 Summer Oak Place
Buford, GA 30518
USA
Analog Way Pte Ltd
Tel.: +65 6292 5800
Fax: +65 6292 5205
152 Beach Road
#15-03 Gateway East
SINGAPORE 189721
Sales/General information:
[email protected]
Sales/General information:
[email protected]
Sales/General information:
[email protected]
Technical support:
[email protected]
Tel.: +33 (0)1 81 89 08 76
Technical support:
[email protected]
Technical support:
[email protected]
140154 - 04/27/2015
Firmware: V03 - VRC300-QSG
1
2
1. Power Supply:
Dual, redundant power supply with fuse as standard
equipment.
2. On/Off button:
Switch on/off the device.
3
3. Connection panel:
Ethernet LAN adapters for device control.
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