Sony MSW-2000P User's manual
MSW-2000P Series Studio Editing Recorders Enabling the present, protecting the past. The New MSW-2000P Series Studio Recorders. this is not a rehearsal. w w w.pro.sony-europe.com Exploit the full business MPEG env MSW-2000P Series In the digitally based broadcast industry of today and tomorrow, MPEG-2 brings a number of pivotal benefits to your organisation. only the fittest enterprises will grow and prosper. In short, those that These range from its versatility - optimising quality and cost for each deliver the quality, flexibility, choice and value - that an ever more programme application; interoperability - bringing you an extensive demanding audience requires. choice of equipment from multiple suppliers and the reassurance of a future-proof investment. Whatever your medium, from satellite or terrestrial to cable; and whether you operate locally, nationally or internationally, networked Today as broadcasters begin to reap the full advantages of systems based upon open MPEG-2 compression, can deliver what’s MPEG-2 technology, they are demanding the resources to produce required at every step of the programme production chain. programmes of the very highest quality using recording systems that are also based upon open compression and interfacing standards. Hence the rapid increase in the popularity of MPEG-2 based systems. The advantages of this technology are felt at every stage In anticipation of this requirement, Sony has introduced a new of the process. Not only is MPEG-2 the worldwide standard for family of MPEG IMX™ Studio Editing Recorders based upon digital programme delivery via DTV, DVB and DVD, it is also widely MPEG-2 4:2:[email protected] data compression at 50Mb/s intra-frame - used for the contribution and distribution of material between studio the MSW-2000P Series. centres. Developed from Sony’s unique experience of, and world In addition, MPEG-2 4:2:[email protected] is also a firm favourite for renowned reputation for, 1/2“ recorders : Betacam, Betacam SP, programme production. Thus the number of linear and non-linear Digital Betacam and Betacam SX, the MSW-2000P Series ensures options based upon this system continues to increase dramatically. compatibility with all Betacam-based tape libraries and facilities. So not only is this exciting new range the ideal tool for migrating to an open MPEG-2 environment - quickly, simply and cost effectively; it is perfect for protecting your investment in current 1/2” resources. benefits of an end-to-end vironment with TM MPEG IMX Studio Editing Recorders. Enter the Open World of MPEG-2 with MPEG IMX™ Recorders MSW-2000P Series MPEG IMX™ Studio Recorders are more than just ideal tools on wh to base your open MPEG-2 infrastructure. They also play a vital role in migrating your existing operations to MPEG-2. DNW-A225P/A220P/A25P Betacam SX Digital Portable Editors DNW-7P/9WSP/90P/90WSP Betacam SX Camcorders DNW-A28P Betacam SX Digital Portable Recorder DVW-707P/709WSP/790WSP Digital Betacam Camcorders DVW-250P Digital Betacam Portable VTR BVW-D600P/400AP/300AP Betacam SP Camcorders DVCAM Camcorders hich DNW-A75P/75P/ MPEG 50Mb/s o • Betacam SX Playba • Betacam SP Playba • Betacam Playback DSR-2000P + Op MPEG 50Mb/s o • DVCAM Playback • DV Playback • DV LP Playback • DVCPRO Playback MSW-A2000P MPEG 50 Mb/s over SDTI-CP I/O • MPEG IMX Recording and Playback • Betacam SX Playback • Betacam SP Playback • Betacam Playback MSW-M2000P MPEG 50 Mb/s over SDTI-CP I/O • MPEG IMX Recording and Playback • Digital Betacam Playback • Betacam SX Playback • Betacam SP Playback • Betacam Playback MSW-2000P MPEG 50 Mb/s over SDTI-CP I/O • MPEG IMX Recording and Playback • Betacam SX Playback A65P/65P Series + BKNW-124 SDTI-CP Output Board ver SDTI-CP output for following: ack ack (A75P/A65P) (A75P/A65P) tional DSBK-210 SDTI-CP Output Board ver SDTI-CP output for following: MAV-555 Multi Access Video Disk R MAV-2000 Multi Access Video and Audio Other manufacturers se with SDTI-CP I/O Other manufacturers NLE or servers with SDTI-CP I/O DNE-2000 Nonlinear Editor ecorder MAV-70XGI Transmission Server o Server MSW-2000P Series MPEG IMX Studio Editing Recorders BDX-2300 BDX Interface Unit ervers MPEG Transcoder BDX-N1000 Network Interface Unit Main features of the MSW-2000P Series MPEG IMXTM Recorders Elegant front panel design MSW-2000P Series recorders offer two major innovations in MPEG-2 50Mb/s, I-frame compression The MSW-2000P Series employs 8-bit 4:2:2 component video sampling and MPEG-2 4:2:[email protected] data compression at 50Mb/s, I-frame. This provides very high picture quality and excellent multi-generation performance. MPEG-2 bit stream over SDTI-CP MSW-2000P Series recorders can input and output an MPEG-2 Elementary Stream via SDTI-CP (SMPTE 326M), enabling the transfer of data to other MPEG devices, such as non-linear editors and servers. Compact design The Series features a compact 4U-size design 174 x 427 x 550 (H x W x D) - and weighs only 22kg. front-panel design, while retaining the familiar operational controls of recorders such as Betacam SP, Betacam SX and Digital Betacam. A clear multi-function display provides comprehensive information, allowing quick access and easy control of a variety of functions. Additionally, dedicated controls are included for each of the eight, independently editable audio channels. High-quality digital audio MSW-2000P Series recorders provide eight, independently editable, 16-bit 48kHz channels as standard. They can also be switched to provide four channels of 24-bit 48kHz digital audio. Long recording and playback times MSW-2000P Series recorders provide long recording and playback times. • 220 (625)/184 (525) minutes - L cassette • 71 (625)/60 (525) minutes - S cassette 525/60, 625/50 switchable operation MSW-2000P Series recorders offer 625/525 switchable operation for all playback-compatible 1/2-inch formats. *For playback of 525 line Betacam SP tape in 625 machines and vice versa, the analogue composite outputs are for monitoring purposes only. • Analogue composite I/O Versatile interfaces MPEG IMX™ Format • Analogue component I/O General • SDI I/O • SDTI-CP I/O • Analogue audio (4 ch) • AES/EBU audio (16 bit - 8 ch/24 bit - 4 ch) • Audio monitor (2 ch) All equipped as standard. Tape width 12.65 mm (1/2-inch) Tape material Metal Particle tape Recording/Playback time Max. 184 (525)/220 (625) with L cassette Tape speed 64.467 (525)/53.776 (625) mm/s Track pitch 21.7 µm Tracks per frame 8 tracks/frame Longitudinal tracks Time code/Control Playback compatibility MSW-M2000P Betacam, Betacam SP, Betacam SX, Digital BETACAM MSW-A2000P Betacam, Betacam SP, Betacam SX MSW-2000P Betacam SX Video Easy maintenance Compression MPEG-2 4:2:[email protected], Intra frame coding (ISO/IEC 13818-2000) Video bit rate 50 Mb/s Active lines per frame 512 (525)/608 (625) Sampling frequency Y: 13.5 MHz, R-Y/B-Y: 6.75 MHz Quantization 8 bits/sample easy maintenance. The drum assembly and tape Error correction Reed-Solomon transport have been designed to provide low-cost Audio Most of the electronic circuitry of the MSW-2000P Series is arranged on plug-in boards for quick and maintenance and ensure rugged and reliable operation. An upper drum mechanism has been used to significantly reduce the time required for periodic scanner replacement. Compression None Sampling frequency 48 kHz Quantization 16 or 24 bits/sample (selectable) Channels 8 or 4 Data recording capability Yes Error correction Reed-Solomon Operational features of MSW-2000P Series MPEG IMX Frame-accurate insert/assemble editing Video and any of the 8 channels of digital audio can be edited independently. Editing is to +/-0 frame accuracy. TM Dynamic motion control For programmable slow-motion playback from the recorder control panel, or from external edit controllers. Shot marks Pre-read editing Pre-read editing is a standard feature of all MSW-2000P Series recorders. This significantly speeds up the editing process and simplifies operations such as titling, video layering and audio sweetening. Tapes containing Shot Marks can be scanned by the MSW-2000P Series. The position of each Shot Mark can be automatically detected and - after scanning can be displayed on a monitor. This allows fast and easy cueing to any mark. Wide variable speed range • MPEG IMX™ cassette: -1 to +3 times • Digital Betacam cassette: -1 to +3 times • Betacam SX cassette: -1 to +2 times •Betacam, Betacam SP cassette: -1 to +3 times With noiseless image and Digital Jog Sound. High speed picture search Multi-segment record capability for use in Flexicart and LMS systems For easy and low cost integration into existing “on-air” facilities Optional accessories With all the interfaces provided as standard, the number of accessories to the MSW-2000P Series has been kept to a minimum. Options are shown below: Shuttle search speed • MPEG IMX™ cassette: +/-78 times normal play speed • Digital Betacam cassette: +/-50 times normal play speed • Betacam SX cassette: • Remote control panel • RCC-5G Remote cable • RMM-130 Rack mount kit • Maintenance manual • MPEG IMXTM Video cassettes* +/-78 times normal play speed BCT-6MX (7) / 12MX (14) / 22MX (26) / 32MX (38) / 60MX (71) (small) • Betacam, Betacam SP cassette: BCT-64MXL (76) / 94MXL (112) / 124MXL (148) / 184MXL (220) (large) +/-42 times normal play speed * 625 record duration shown in brackets M Specifications MSW-A2000 General Power requirements Power consumption Operating temperature Storage temperature Humidity Mass Dimensions (W x H x D) Tape speed Digital playback time Fast forward/rewind time Search speed range MPEG IMX™ Betacam SX Betacam/Betacam SP MPEG IMX™ Betacam SX Betacam/Betacam SP Servo lock time Load/unload time AC 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz 2A (200 W) / AC 240 V +5 ° to +40°C (+41° to +104°F) -20° to +60°C (-4° to +140°F) 20 % to 90 % (relative humidity) 22.0 kg (48 lb 7 oz) 7 3 1 427 x 194 x 544 mm (16 ⁄ 8 x 7 ⁄4 x 21 ⁄ 2 inches) 64.467 (525)/53.776 (625) mm/s 59.515 (525)/59.575 (625) mm/s 118.6 (525)/101.51 (625) mm/s Max. 184 (525)/220 (625) min with BCT-184MXL cassette Approx. 3 min with BCT-184MXL cassette ±78 times normal playback speed ±78 times normal playback speed ±35 (525)/±42 (625) times normal playback speed (Betacam/Betacam SP) 0.5 (NTSC)/0.7 (PAL) s or less (from standby on) 4.5 (S-cassette)/5.5 (L-cassette) s or less Inputs/Outputs signal Analog composite input Analog composite output Analog component input Analog component output SDI input SDI output SDTI-CP input SDTI-CP output Analog audio input Analog audio output Digital audio input (CH 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8), AES/EBU Digital audio output (CH 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8), AES/EBU Remote control Remote (RS-422A) RS-232C (ISR*) Parallel remote Video control (1) Control panel Reference input Time code input Time code output Memory card insertion slot Monitor output L/R BNC ( x 2), 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω, sync negative BNC ( x 3, including one character out), 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω, sync negative BNC ( x 3, for 1 set, Y/R-Y/B-Y),Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω, sync negative, R-Y/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω BNC ( x 3, for 1 set, Y/R-Y/B-Y),Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω, sync negative, R-Y/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω BNC ( x 2, including one active through out), SMPTE 259M (ITU-R BT.656-3), 270 Mbit/s BNC ( x 3, including one character out), SMPTE 259M (ITU-R BT.656-3), 270 Mbit/s BNC ( x 1), SMPTE 305M (SDTI), 326M (SDTI-CP) BNC ( x 2), SMPTE 305M (SDTI), 326M (SDTI-CP) XLR ( x 4) (4CH :channel selectable) XLR ( x 4) (4CH :channel selectable) BNC ( x 4), default 48 kHz ( 32 to 48 kHz with Sample rate converter) BNC ( x 4), 48 kHz fixed D-sub 9-pin ( x 2), Sony 9-pin remote interface D-sub 9-pin ( x 1), RS-232C interface D-sub 50-pin ( x 1), female D-sub 15-pin ( x 1), female Circular connector 10-pin, female BNC ( x 2) ( VBS or VS) (including one through out) XLR ( x 1), female XLR ( x 1), male PCMCIA ( x1) XLR ( x 2) (channel selectable) Processor adjustment range Video level Chroma level Black level Chroma phase System sync phase System SC phase Y/C delay Composite input level ±3 dB/ - ∞ to +3 dB selectable ±3 dB/ - ∞ to +3 dB selectable ±30 IRE/±210 mV ±30° ±15 µs ±200 ns ±100 ns ( Betacam/Betacam SP playback only) ±3 dB Digital video performance Sampling frequency Quantization Error correction Digital input to analog component output Analog component input to analog component output Analog composite input to analog composite output Y: 13.5 MHz R-Y/B-Y: 6.75 MHz 8 bits/sample Reed-Solomon code K-factor ( 2T pulse): 1 % or less A/D and D/A quantization: 10 bits/sample Bandwidth: Y: 0 to 5.75 MHz +0.5/-2.0 dB, R-Y/B-Y: 0 to 2.75 MHz +0.5/-2.0 dB S/N ratio: 56 dB or more K-factor ( 2T pulse): 1 % or less LF non-linearity: 3.0 % or less A/D and D/A quantization: 10 bits/sample Bandwidth: 0 to 5.75 MHz +0.5/-2.0 dB S/N ratio: 53 dB or more Differential gain: 2 % or less Differential phase: 2°or less Y/C delay: 20 ns or less K-factor (2T pulse): 1 % or less Digital audio performance Sampling frequency Quantization Analog input to output A/D and D/A quantization Frequency response (0 dB at 1 kHz) Dynamic range (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON) Distortion (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON, reference level) Cross talk (at 1 kHz, between any two channels) Wow & flutter Head room Emphasis (ON/OFF selectable in REC mode) 48 kHz (synchronised with video) 16 or 24 bits/sample (selectable) 20 bits/sample 20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5 dB/-1.0 dB More than 90 dB Less than 0.05% Less than -80 dB Below measurable level 20 dB (18 dB selectable) T1=50 µs, T2=15 µs Supplied accessories Remote cable (RCC-5G) PSW 4 x 16 Rack mount screws Operation manual Installation manual x x x x 1 4 1 1 *ISR: Interactive Status Reporting Sony Broadcast & Professional Europe Studio Editing Recorders Sony is a registered trademark of the Sony Corporation, Japan. 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