UC-550E+ MPEG-2/H.264 HD Encoder

UC-550E+ MPEG-2/H.264 HD Encoder
 UC-550E+ MPEG-2/H.264 HD Encoder
SW Version: V1.65 HW Version: V1.4.0 Web NMS Version: V1.28 About This Manual
Intended Audience
This manual has been written to help the end user install, integrate, and use the UC-550
MPEG2/H.264 Encoder. Some chapters require prerequisite knowledge in electronics
and broadcast technologies.
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UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Directory
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 PRODUCT OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................. 1 1.2 KEY FEATURES ........................................................................................................................................ 1 1.3 SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................................... 2 1.4 PRINCIPLE CHART ................................................................................................................................... 3 1.5 APPEARANCE AND DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................. 3 CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION GUIDE ........................................................................................................ 5 2.1 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................................................................... 5 2.2 POWER PRECAUTIONS .............................................................................................................................. 5 2.3 DEVICE’S INSTALLATION FLOW CHART .................................................................................................. 5 2.4 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS .......................................................................................................... 6 2.5 GROUNDING REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................................................. 7 CHAPTER 3 FRONT PANEL OPERATION ................................................................................................. 7 3.1 LCD MENU ............................................................................................................................................. 8 3.2 INITIAL STATUS ....................................................................................................................................... 9 3.3 GENERAL SETTINGS, MAIN MENU ........................................................................................................ 10 CHAPTER 4 WEB NMS OPERATION ...................................................................................................... 22 4.1 LOGIN .................................................................................................................................................... 22 4.2 OPERATION ........................................................................................................................................... 22 CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................................................... 33 CHAPTER 6 PACKING LIST .................................................................................................................... 34 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Product Overview
The UC-550E+ MPEG-2/H.264 SD\HD Encoder is equipped with multiple video (SDI,
CVBS, YPbPr and HDMI) and audio (SDI Embedded, AES, RCA and XLR) input
interfaces. Audio can be encoded in MPEG1 Layer II, HE-AAC and LC-AAC formats.
A Multiplexing function is included which allows users to select incoming ASI
streams to embed into the ASI\IP output.
1.2 Key Features
 MPEG-2 HD/SD and MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 HD/SD Video Encoding
 Support for 1080I, 720P, 480I, 576I and 352*288 Video Resolution
 MPEG1 Layer II, HE-AAC (v1&v2) and LC-AAC Audio Encoding
 Supports 2 Stereo or 4 Mono Audio Encoding
 Support AC3 Pass Through
 Support for EIA 608 and EIA 708 CC (Closed Captioning)
 Applicable
for
one
Seg/ISDB-T
utilization
(2
Streams
Outputting
Simultaneously: 1 one-seg and 1 Main Stream)
 IP (MPTS/8*SPTS) Output; ASI Output
 GOP Structure Setting
 Supports CBR (Constant Bitrate) & VBR (Variable Bitrate) Control
 Supports UDP/RTP Media Transmission Protocols with Multicast/Unicast
Output
 LCD / Front Panel Keyboard Control and TCIP Web Management
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual 1.3 Specifications
1×SDI, 1×CVBS, 1×YPbPr and 1×HDMI input
2×XLR, 2×RCA and 1×AES inputs
Input
1×ASI input, BNC interface
Input
1080i@60
1080i @59.94
Output
1920×1080, 1440×1080, 1280×1080i
1080i @50
Resolution
720p@59.94
720p@50
576i
Video
Video
(one-seg)
Audio
480i
1280×720, 960×720p
720×576, 704×576, 640×576, 544×576, 528×576,
352×576
720×480, 704×480, 640×480, 544×480, 528×480,
352×480
Encoding
MPEG-2 HD/SD; MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 HD/SD
Bit-rate
0.25Mbps~60.5Mbps
Rate Control
CBR/VBR
GOP Structure
Auto, IP, IPB, IPBB, IPBBB, IPBBBB, IPBBBBB
Aspect Ratio
4:3; 16:9; 1:1; 2.35:1
Chroma
4:2:0; 4:2:2 (Applied to all resolution under MPEG2 compression)
Pretreatment
De-interlacing, noise reduction, sharpening
Resolution
96×96, 128×96, 128×128, 192×192, 352×240, 352×288, 416×240
Encoding
MPEG-2; H.264; Auto (follow the main stream format: MPEG-2 or
H.264)
Bit-rate
0-1.0 Mbps
Aspect Ratio
4:3; 16:9; Auto (follow the main stream)
Encoding
MPEG-1 Layer II, HE-AAC (v1&v2), LC-AAC
Sampling rate
48KHz
Resolution
24-bit
Bit-rate
32Kbps~384Kbps
Multiplexing
1 ASI input multiplexed with local 1 channels TS
Delay
1400ms - 5000ms
Stream output
System function
Page 2 / 38 2×ASI output ports, BNC interface
MPTS/8*SPTS over UDP/RTP, 10/100 Base-T Ethernet interface
(UDP/RTP multicast/unicast)
LCD/keyboard and web management
Language: English
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Ethernet software upgrade
General
Dimensions
482mm×405mm×44.5mm (W × D × H)
Approx weight
4.5Kg
Temperature
0~45 (Operation), -20~80 (Storage)
Power requirement
AC110V±10%, 50/60Hz /AC 220V±10%,50/60Hz
Power consumption
21W
1.4 Principle Chart
1.5 Appearance and Description
Front Panel Illustration LCD window LED Indicators Up, Down, Left and Right Navigation Buttons Enter Button: Confirms Selection Menu Button: Returns One Menu Level \ Cancels Selection Lock button: Saves Configuration to Memory \ Locks or Unlocks the Front Panel Keys UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Rear Panel Illustration ① SDI Input BNC Connector ② YPbPr & CVBS Input Connectors ③ AES, RCA and XLR Input Connectors ④ HDMI Input Connector ⑤ ASI Input BNC Connector ⑥ Management Ethernet Port for Web GUI \ NMS Control ⑦ DATA Port for TSIP (Transport Stream over IP) Output ⑧ ASI Output Connectors ⑨ Power Supply/Fuse ⑩ Grounding Point Page 4 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Chapter 2 Installation Guide This section will list the precautions and necessary conditions required to install and
operate the UC-550E properly.
2.1 General Precautions
 Must be operated and maintained free of dust to preserve cooling airflow.
 The cover should be securely fastened at all times. Opening the top cover plate will
void the product warranty. Do not open the top cover plate of the product while the
power source is connected \ live under any circumstances.
2.2 Electric Precautions
 Ensure the power source of the product does not cause a power surge.
 Avoid operating in a humid environment.
 Ensure all power cords are in good condition.
 Ensure power switch is off during initial installation.
2.3 Device’s Installation Flow Chart
Acquis ition C heck
Ins talling D evice
C onnecting G rouding Wire and P ower C ord
C onnecting S ignal cable
S etting P arameter
R unning D evice
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual 2.4 Environmental Requirement
Item
Equipment-Rack
Requirements
Requirement
Product will require 1.2~1.5m between neighboring devices.
Allow 0.8m of space from walls.
Electrically Isolated, Dust Free.
Datacenter
Flooring
Volume resistivity of ground anti-static material:
1X107~1X1010Ω,Grounding current limiting resistance: 1MΩ
(Floor bearing should be greater than 450Kg/㎡)
Environment
Temperature
5~40℃(sustainable),0~45℃(short term),
Relative Humidity
20%~80% sustainable
Pressure
86~105KPa
Doors & Window
Installing rubber strips for sealing door-gaps and dual pane
glass windows are recommended.
Walls
Do not enclose the unit in spaces with poor airflow.
Fire Protection
Fire alarm system and extinguisher
Power
Ensure device, air-conditioning and lighting power are
independent circuits. Device power requires AC 110V±10%,
50/60Hz or AC 220V±10%, 50/60Hz. Please carefully check
sources before making connections.
Page 6 / 38 Installing air-conditioning is recommended.
10%~90% short term
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual 2.5 Grounding Requirement
 Good grounding is essential for a reliable product lifespan.
 The grounding conductor should be made of copper in order to reduce high frequency
impedance. The grounding wire must be as thick and short as possible.
 Users should make sure the two ends of the grounding wire have good electric conductivity
and are rust-resistant.
 Separate grounding circuits from other devices.
 The area of conduction between grounding wire and the device’s frame should be no
less than 25 mm2.
Chapter 3 Front Panel Operation The UC-550E can be fully controlled using the front panel menu buttons. The LCD
consists of a 2-line 40-characer back-lit dot-matrix screen. The front panel contains
the UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT Menu Navigation Buttons.
Keyboard Function Description
LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN: Menu Navigation.
MENU: To cancel presently entered value and resume previous setting. Returns one
menu level.
ENTER: Activate changes. Save settings to memory.
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual LOCK: Locks the screen / cancels the lock state. Saves unit settings to memory.
3.1 LCD Menus
LCD Menu Path:
Switch On
Initializing
General Status
1 A larm Status
2 E ncode Setting
E rror T ype C heck
2.1 A udio Setting
2.1.1 A udio Input
2.1.2 A udio B it rate
2.1.3 A udio Format
2.1.4 A udio C hannel
2.1.5 A udio B it rate
2.1.6 A udio Format
2.1.7 A udio C hannel
2.1.8 A udio B it rate
2.1.9 A udio Format
2.2 V ideo Setting
2.2.1 V ideo Input
2.2.2 V ideo B it rate
2.2.3 A spect R atio
2.2.4 C hroma Sample
2.2.5 R ate C trl Mode
2.2.6 C losed C aption
2.2.7 V ideo PID
2.2.8 PC R PID
2.2.9 PMT PID
2.2.10 GOP Setting
2.2.11 V B R R ange
2.3 E ncode Setting
2.3.1 E ncode Mode
2.3.2 E ncode T ype
2.3.3 R esolution
2.3.4 E ncode Frame
2.4 E ncode Start
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UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual 3 Output Setting
4 Network Setting
5 Save C onfig
6 L oad C onfig
7 V ersion
3.1 T S Mux Option
3.2 IP Null Packet
3.3 IP Out Mode
3.4 IP Out A ddress
3.5 IP Out Submask
3.6 IP Out Port
3.7 Service IP
3.8 Source MA C
3.9 Source Gateway
3.10 Output B it rate
4.1 IP A ddress
4.2 Subnet Mask
4.3 Gateway
4.4 MA C A ddress
No / Y es
6.1 L oad Saved C FG
6.2 L oad D efault C FG
V ersion Info
3.2 Initial Status
Boot-up and main menu information:
Encode Starting >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 56% Device Name Output Bit Rate UC‐550E HD Encoder Rate: 12.34 Mbps FMT: 720x576 50i PORT: HDMI Signal’s encoded resolution format Read Only Signal source port UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual 3.3 General Settings for Main Menu
Press the “LOCK” key on the front panel to enter the main menu. The LCD will
display the following pages where user can configure the device settings:
1 Alarm Status 2 Encode Setting 3 Output Setting 4 Network Setting 5 Saving Config 6 Load Config 7 Version User can press the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons to navigate menu items. Pressing
enter at the relevant menu options will bring up the following displays:
3.3.1 ALARM STATUS
Encoder error messages will be displayed here.
3.3.2 ENCODE SETTING
Enter “2 Encode Setting” to configure the Video/Audio input and encoding
parameters.
2.1 Audio Setting 2.2 Video Setting 2.3 Encode Setting 2.4 Encode Start 3.3.2.1 Audio Setting
2.1.1 Audio Input 2.1.2 Audio Bit rate 2.1.3 Audio Format 2.1.4 Audio Channel 2.1.5 Sample Rate 2.1.6 Code Mode 2.1.7 Pass through 2.1.8 Audio‐1 PID 2.1.9 Audio‐2 PID  Audio Input
Press ENTER to enter menu 2.1.1Audio Input. Displays the current audio encoding
Page 10 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual format. Press “ENTER” again to enter the selected sub-menu, move the square bracket
with LEFT/RIGHT keys to select the target setting and press “ENTER” again to
confirm. Lastly, press “MENU” to return one menu item.
The current mode Audio Input RCA The current mode Press ENTER key to go to the setting interface Audio Input RCA XLR [RCA] AES HDMI Audio Input RCA Press LEFT/RIGHT keys to turn pages and elect the target mode. [SDI] If the audio\video source is either HDMI or SDI the device will automatically identify
and match the corresponding interface.
NOTE
THE OPERATIONAL APPROACHES DEFINED ABOVE ARE APPLICABLE
FOR ALL MENUS.
 Audio Bit rate
Select audio bit rate. Available range is 32Kbps – 384Kbps.
Audio Bit rate 192 Kbps [32 Kbps] 64 Kbps 96 Kbps 128 Kbps Audio Bit rate 192 Kbps [192 Kbps] 256 Kbps 320 Kbps 384 Kbps UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual  Audio Format
Select applicable audio formats among items listed in the interface.
Audio Format MPEG 1 None [MPEG 1] AC3 Pass AAC LC Audio Format MPEG 1 [AAC HE V1] AAC HE V2 
If “None” is chosen for an audio format the system will not choose any audio
streams to process and there will be no audio contained in the output data stream.

If “AC3 Pass” is chosen the user will need to enable the pass-through function at
menu “2.1.7 Pass through”.
 Audio Channel
UC-550E+ HD Encoder supports both single and dual audio channels (Audio1 and
Audio 2).
Audio Channel Multi Single [Multi] Single: Only Audio group 1 will be enabled.
Multi: Both Audio 1 and Audio 2 groups will be enabled.
 Sample Rate
Currently only 48Khz is supported.
Audio Sample Rate 48 KHz [48 KHz] Page 12 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual  Code Mode
Select audio mode: Stereo, L-Mono, and R-Mono.
Audio Code Mode Stereo [Stereo] L‐Mono R‐Mono  Pass Through
If the user desires to pass through unmodified source AC3 audio, select “AC3 pass”
as the audio format at menu “2.1.3 Audio Format” (select “ON” at this menu).
Audio Pass Through ON OFF [ON]  Audio-1/2 PID
The UC-550E+ HD Encoder supports both single and dual audio channels (Audio1
and Audio 2 groups). User can edit the audio PID at menus 2.1.8 and 2.1.9.
When the audio channel is set to single, only audio 1 PID is enabled. Otherwise if
audio channel is set to multi, both audio1 and 2 PIDs are enabled.
Note: Values are in decimal.
Audio‐1 PID 0512 
Press ENTER key to begin editing.

Press LEFT/RIGHT key to move the selected digit.

Press UP/DOWN key to adjust the selected value.

Press ENTER key again to confirm changes.
NOTE
THE OPERATIONAL APPROACHES DEFINED ABOVE ARE APPLICABLE
FOR ALL THE OTHER MENUS.
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual 3.3.2.2 Video Setting
2.2.1 Video Input 2.2.2 Video Bit rate 2.2.3 Aspect Ratio 2.2.4 Chroma Sample 2.2.5 Rate Ctrl Mode 2.2.6 Closed Caption 2.2.7 Video PID 2.2.8 PCR PID 2.2.9 PMT PID 2.2.10 GOP Setting 2.2.11 VBR Range  Video Input
Press “ENTER” to enter menu 2.2.1Audio Input. The currently selected audio input
interface will be displayed here.
Video Input YPbPr HDMI CVBS [YPbPr] SDI Users can change the input source by pressing the “ENTER” key and navigating to the
desired source.
 Video Bit Rate
User can choose within Bitrate range 0.25-60.50 Mbps. This is only applicable when
unit is set for CBR.
Video Bit rate 12.00 Mbps NOTE:
If VBR (Variable Bit Rate) is set as the rate-control mode, ensure the set video bit rate
is within the VBR range (see 2.2.10).
 Aspect Ratio
Select desired aspect ratio mode from options listed.
Page 14 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Aspect Ratio 16x9 4x3 [16x9] 1x1 2.35x1 NOTE:
The UC-550E+ supports two Encoding Formats: H.264 (MPEG4 AVC/H.264) and
MPEG2 (see 2.3.2). Mode “2.35x1” is only applicable for H.264 encoding format.
 Chroma Sample
Select Chroma Sampling mode.
Chroma Sample [4:2:0] 4:2:2  Rate Control Mode
UC-550E+ supports both CBR (Constant Bit Rate) and VBR (Variable Bit Rate)
bitrate control mode.
Rate Control Mode CBR [CBR] VBR  Closed Caption (CC)
ON: Inserts CC into the output stream
OFF: No CC is inserted into the output stream
Closed Caption OFF [OFF] ON  Video/PCR/PMT PID
Enter each sub-menu to edit the relevant PIDs.
NOTE: All values are decimal.
Video PID 0258 PCR PID 0256 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual PMT PID 0257  GOP Setting
Select GOP (Group of Pictures) structure mode from the available options.
GOP Structure Auto [Auto] IP IPB IPBB GOP Structure Auto IPBBB IPBBBB IPBBBBB  VBR Range
When the Rate Control Mode is set as VBR user can enter this menu to set the
allowable range. The minimum rate is fixed to 1.00 Mbps. User can only set the
maximum value.
VBR range 01.00 – 15.00 Mbps 3.3.2.3 Encode Setting
2.3.1 Encode Mode 2.3.2 Encode Type 2.3.3 Resolution 2.3.4 Encode Frame  Encode Mode
User can choose between encoding the program automatically or manually at this
menu.
Encode Mode Manual Auto [Manual]  Encode Type
Page 16 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual UC-550E+ supports two Encode Formats: H.264 (MPEG4 AVC/H.264) and MPEG2.
User can choose which format at this menu.
Encode Type MPEG 2 H.264 [MPEG 2]  Resolution
Enter this menu to set the desired video resolution.
Encode Resolution 576i 480i [576i] 720p 1080i  Encode Frame
Enter this menu to set the desired video frame rate.
Encode Frame 50 [50] 59.94 60 3.3.2.4 Encode Start
Select ‘Yes’ to begin encoding the program as set by user parameters.
Encode Start? No Yes 3.3.3 OUTPUT SETTING
Enter “3 Output Setting” to set the TS output parameters.
3.1 TS Mux Option 3.2 IP Null Packet 3.3 IP Out Mode 3.4 IP Out Address 3.5 Audio Setting 3.6 Video Setting 3.7 Encode Setting 3.8 Encode Start 3.9 Audio Setting 3.10 Video Setting UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual 3.3.3.1 TS Mux Option
TS Mux Setting Encode [Encode] ASI Mux Encode: Encoded TS content only.
ASI: ASI sourced TS output only.
Mux: This option will allow the user to parse and filter selected programming from
both Encoded and incoming ASI streams. Mux TS output will exit the ASI-OUTPUT
ports.
3.3.3.2 IP Null Packet
User can decide whether to filter IP null packet at this menu.
Filter IP Null Packet? [No] Yes 3.3.3.3 IP Out Enable
UC-550E+ HD encoder supports program streaming output over IP (MPTS or SPTS)
through the Ethernet DATA port.
IP Out Mode MPTS Disabled SPTS [MPTS] 3.3.3.4 – 3.3.3.9
User can enter menus 3.3.3.4 – 3.3.3.9 to configure relevant TSIP configuration.
IP Out Address 224.002.002.002 IP Out Mask 255.255.255.000 Page 18 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual IP Out Port 1234 Service IP Address 192.168.002.137 Source MAC is read only on the Source MAC 11:22:33:44:55:22 front panel. It is can only be modified in the Web management interface. Source Gateway 192.168.002.001 3.3.3.10 Output Bit rate
This menu is only applicable when TS Output is set to ‘MUX’ or ‘ASI’. It represents
the total output bitrate. When unit is configured for ‘ENCODE’ TS output, bitrate will
be selected in menu 2.2.
Output Bit rate 50.00 Mbps 3.3.4 NETWORK SETTING
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Enter “4 Network Setting” to set the network parameters.
4.1 IP Address 4.2 Subnet Mask 4.3 Gateway 4.4 MAC Address IP Address This is the IP address used for 192.168.000.136 connecting to Web management. Subnet Mask 255.255.255.000 Gateway 192.168.000.001 MAC Address 00:11:22:33:55:11 The MAC is read only on the front panel. It is can be modified in the Web management interface. 3.3.5 SAVE CONFIGURATION
User can enter the Save Configuration menu to save settings to memory. Unsaved
changes will be lost if unit power is lost. Choose yes and press “ENTER” to confirm.
Save Configuration? Yes No 3.3.6 LOAD CONFIGURATION
User can choose to load last saved or default configuration.
Page 20 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual 6.1 Load Saved CFG 6.2 Load Default 3.3.7 VERSION
This menu will display the current unit firmware.
UC‐550E HD Encoder SW: XX.XX HW: XX.XX UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Chapter 4 WEB NMS Operation 4.1 Login
The default management IP address of this device is 192.168.0.136. This can be
modified from the front panel in menu 4.1.
Connect the devices in a properly configured Local Area Network.
Use a web browser to connect to the device’s Graphical User Interface by inputting
the device’s IP address in the browser’s address bar.
The following screen will allow the user to input login credentials. Both the default
Username and Password are “admin”.
Figure-1
4.2 Operation
 System Information
Once proper credentials are validated unit will display general status.
Page 22 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual User can click any item here to enter the corresponding interface to check information or set the parameters. The system automatically reads and displays the current encoding state. Indicators—Green light indicates it is working Figure-2
normally, which otherwise turns to red.  Encode Setting
Click “Encode Setting” on the left column to display interface Figure 3 & Figure 4. User
can set the Audio/Video parameters by inputting a value or selecting a value in the
pull-down list.
Red boxes and arrows in Figure 3 and Figure 4 display the hidden sub-menus under
different settings.
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Figure-3
Figure-4
Page 24 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Important Function Remarks:
Be careful to apply this function: If the output video has problems, like there is ghost on the screen, users can apply this function to adjust lines or fields to debug. “Help” Function
If the following cursor appears, click to display additional information.
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Figure-5
Figure-6
 Output Setting
Click “Output Setting” on the left column and it will display interface Figure-7. User
can set the output parameters by inputting a value or selecting a mode in the pull-down
list.
Figure-7
Page 26 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual  TS Mux Setting
Click “TS Mux Setting” on the left column to display interface Figure-8. This section is
for filtering programs that are sourced from both the ASI Input and Encoder interfaces
(HDMI/SDI/CVBS/YPbPr).
NOTE:
This mux section will be applicable on condition that “TS Mux” is chosen at the “Mux
Output Option” in “Output Setting” (Figure 7).
Quantity of multiplexed programs Program quantity in each channel These numbers indicate the source channel of the multiplexed program. Figure-8
Click “Refresh” button to refresh the input/output program list.
Select one program in the input box and click this button to transfer the
selected program to the output box.
Similarly, user can click this button to remove the multiplexed
programs from the right box.
click this button to parse the program list in each input channel.
: Maximum time limitation to parse the input programs.
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual  Modify Program Information:
When one program is selected to output, user can double-click the program in the
right box to reset the program information. It will trigger a dialog box as below (Figure
9):
Figure-9
Input the custom data and click
to confirm.
 SPTS Setting
UC-550E+ HD encoder supports 1 MPTS IP or 8 SPTS IP output. Click “SPTS
Setting” on the left column and it will display interface Figure-10 where user can
configure the SPTS output.
Figure-10
Page 28 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Select one program and click
to add its SPTS information. (Figure 11)
Figure-11
Select one program and click
to modify its SPTS information. (Figure 12)
Figure-12
Click
to confirm.  Save/Load Config
Click “Save/Load Config” on the left column and it will display interface Figure-13
where user can save or load existing configuration as per prompts.
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Figure-13
 Network Setting
Click “Network Setting” on the left column and it will display interface Figure-14
where user can check or reset the network parameters.
Figure-14
 Update Software
Click “Update Software” on the left column to display interface Figure-15 where user
can update the software for the device. Click browse button to find the update file on a
local hard drive and click “Update” button to start updating.
Page 30 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Browse Button Figure-15
 Reboot System
Click “Reboot System” on the left column and it displays interface as Figure-16 where
user can reboot the system as per prompts.
Figure-16
 Modify Password
Click “Modify Password” on the left column and it displays interface Figure-12 where
user can reset the login credentials as needed.
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Figure-12
Page 32 / 38 UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Chapter 5 Troubleshooting UPCOM Technologies’ ISO9001 quality assurance system has been approved by the
CQC Organization to guarantee all products’ quality and reliability. UPCOM products
must pass testing and inspection before leaving the factory. The testing and inspection
process covers all the Optical, Electronic, and Mechanical criteria. To prevent
potential hazard, please strictly follow all operation instructions.
Upcom Technical support can be contacted by e-mailing support@upcom.com or
calling 1-408-329-4158.
Preventative Measure
 Installing and operating the device in temperatures between 0-45 °C.
 Ensuring proper cooling airflow for the device.
 Carefully check the input AC for the proper power supply working range.
 Check all signal cables have been properly connected.
 Allow a 10-second interval between alternating power ON\OFF states.
Unplug the power cord if:
 Damaged power cord or socket.
 Any accidental liquid spillage on device.
 Any suspicion of short circuits.
 Physical damage.
 Long-term idle periods are planned.
 Performing any needed maintenance.
UC‐550E+ MPEG‐2/H.264 HD Encoder User Manual Chapter 6 Packing List UC-550E+ MPEG2/H.264 HD Encoder
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