Panasonic M1111TY0 -FJ User Manual

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Operating Instructions
<Operations and Settings>
Live Switcher
Model No.  
AV-HS410N
ENGLISH
VQT3U71A(E)
M1111TY0 -FJ
  How the Operating Instructions are configured
 <Basics>:
     The <Basics> describes the procedure for connection with the required equipment and for installation. 
Before installing this unit, be sure to take the time to read through <Basics> to ensure that the unit will 
be installed correctly.
  <Operations and Settings> (this manual):
     This <Operations and Settings> describes how to operate the unit and how to establish its settings.
   For details on how to perform the basic menu operations, refer to “2-2. Basic menu operations” 
in the <Basics>.
Before use
Menu
Settings
Basic 
operations
Reference

Summary of Contents of user manual for Panasonic M1111TY0 -FJ

  • Page 1 Operating Instructions Before use <Operations and Settings> Live Switcher operations AV-HS410N Basic Model No. Settings Menu Reference  How...
  • Page 2  Information on software for this product 1. Included with this product is software licensed under the GNU General Public...
  • Page 3Contents Before use .................................................... 5 1-5. DSK (downstream key) .......................................... 35 Overview ........................................................................... 5 1-5-1. Selecting the DSK type .......................................
  • Page 4Contents 2. Input/output signal settings ................. 74 3. System settings ................................... 102 2-1. Input signal settings .............................................. 74 3-1. Setting...
  • Page 5: Network securityBefore use Overview Network security This unit is a 1 ME digital video switcher which supports a The unit also...
  • Page 6: Concerning differences in the system versionsBefore use Concerning differences in the system versions This manual describes the functions which can be actuated in any model...
  • Page 7: Selecting the bus using the SHIFT function1. Basic operations 1-1. Background transition 1-1-1. Selecting the bus 1-1-2. Selecting the bus using the SHIFT Press one of...
  • Page 8: Selecting the transition mode1. Basic operations Single SHIFT 1-1-3. Selecting the bus mode Single SHIFT is used to switch the individual material of...
  • Page 9: Cut transition1. Basic operations 1-1-5. Manual transition 1-1-7. Cut transition Operate the fader lever to execute transitions manually. When the [CUT]...
  • Page 10: Selecting the wipe pattern1. Basic operations 1-2. Wipe 1-2-1. Selecting the wipe pattern The wipe patterns are selected using the number keys. Press...
  • Page 11: Wipe decorations (border, soft effect)1. Basic operations 1-2-2. Selecting the wipe direction 1-2-3. Wipe decorations (border, soft Operate the wipe direction selector buttons to...
  • Page 12: Modifying wipe1. Basic operations 1-2-4. Setting the wipe start position 1-2-5. Modifying wipe Wipe start can be set at any desired...
  • Page 131. Basic operations Setting the trimming The trimming at the time a background transition is executed can be set. Target...
  • Page 14: Setting the latency1. Basic operations 1-2-6. Setting the latency A delay amount can be set for the background image or key image....
  • Page 15: Selecting the key type1. Basic operations 1-3. Key 1-3-1. Selecting the key type This operation combines the background image with another Press the...
  • Page 16: Selecting the key material1. Basic operations When the luminance key has been selected, the chroma 1-3-2. Selecting the key material component can be...
  • Page 17: Key transitions1. Basic operations Setting the fill matte color 1-3-3. Key transitions Select the transition mode. Press the k button to...
  • Page 181. Basic operations Set the wipe direction. On the Key menu, use [F1] to display the Transition sub menu. Use...
  • Page 19: Adjusting the luminance key and linear key1. Basic operations 1-3-4. Key preview 1-3-5. Adjusting the luminance key and Key preview images can be output to the...
  • Page 20: Adjusting the chroma key1. Basic operations 1-3-6. Adjusting the chroma key  To execute the sampling manually Sampling is executed for the selected...
  • Page 211. Basic operations Step 2 Step 3 The objective of this step is to remove the noise in the The...
  • Page 221. Basic operations Step 4 Step 5 After steps 1 to 3 have been carried out, noise will still remain...
  • Page 231. Basic operations [Spill–] [Spill+] In these modes, the noise in the foreground image can be removed or restored step...
  • Page 241. Basic operations [Detail–] [Detail+] In these modes, the noise in the background image can be removed step by step....
  • Page 251. Basic operations [FineTuning] In this mode, detailed images can be adjusted. Step 6 On the Chroma Key menu, use...
  • Page 26: Key decorations1. Basic operations 1-3-7. Key decorations Selecting the Edge Fill settings A border, shadow or other edge can be added...
  • Page 27: Masking the key signals1. Basic operations 1-3-8. Masking the key signals Use [F2] to [F5] to set the area to be masked. These...
  • Page 28: 1-3-10. Setting the priority1. Basic operations 1-3-9. Flying key PinP combinations using the flying key Using DVE effects, this key enables the key...
  • Page 29: Transition between PinP materials1. Basic operations 1-4. PinP (picture in picture) 1-4-2. Transition between PinP materials Another image can be combined with the...
  • Page 30: PinP transitions1. Basic operations 1-4-3. Selecting Shape 1-4-4. PinP preview Square, Circle, Heart, Star or Flower can be selected as the...
  • Page 31: PinP adjustments1. Basic operations 1-4-6. PinP adjustments Adjusting the PinP position and size Select the dot by dot mode While the...
  • Page 32: Linking PinP1 and PinP21. Basic operations 1-4-7. Linking PinP1 and PinP2 When “Center” has been selected as the Symmetry setting The PinP1 and...
  • Page 33: PinP decorations1. Basic operations 1-4-8. PinP decorations A border or soft effect can be added to PinP. Press the p button...
  • Page 34: Trimming settings1. Basic operations 1-4-9. Trimming settings Use [F1] to display the Trim Adjust sub menu, and use [F2], [F3], [F4]...
  • Page 35: Selecting the DSK type1. Basic operations 1-5. DSK (downstream key) Use [F4] to select the fill type using the Fill item. Characters or...
  • Page 36: DSK transitions1. Basic operations 1-5-2. Selecting the DSK material 1-5-3. DSK transitions Set the transition time. Selecting the DSK fill signal...
  • Page 37: DSK adjustments1. Basic operations 1-5-4. DSK preview 1-5-5. DSK adjustments Select whether to output the DSK preview image to the The...
  • Page 38: DSK decorations1. Basic operations 1-5-6. DSK decorations Setting Edge Fill A border, shadow or other type of edge can be added...
  • Page 39: Masking the DSK signals1. Basic operations 1-5-7. Masking the DSK signals Use [F2] to [F5] to set the area to be masked. These...
  • Page 40: 1-6. Key Link1. Basic operations PinP2 This links the “On” or “Off” setting of the 1-6. Key Link [PinP2 ON] button with...
  • Page 41: 1-7. FTB (Fade to Black)1. Basic operations 1-7. FTB (Fade to Black) Selecting the image The user can fade out from a program image...
  • Page 42: Setting the Wash effect1. Basic operations 1-8. Internal color signals 1-8-2. Setting the Wash effect This unit supports two sets of internal color...
  • Page 431. Basic operations Adjusting the Wash waveforms On the Color Background menu, use [F1] to display the CBGD1 Wave sub...
  • Page 44: AUX1 transitions1. Basic operations 1-9. Switching the AUX output 1-9-2. AUX1 transitions The MIX transition is executed when the output signal...
  • Page 45: transition1. Basic operations 1-9-3. Setting enable/disable for the AUX1 transition The AUX1 transition time and transition enable/disable can be set....
  • Page 46: 1-10. Memory1. Basic operations 1-10. Memory  Shot memories The background transition pattern, PinP size, border width and other video effects...
  • Page 47: 1-10-2. Storing the settings in the memory (Store)1. Basic operations 1-10-1. Memory registration and recall items Applicable bus Material selection Transition Pattern Menu BKGD  PGM/A bus...
  • Page 48: (Recall)1. Basic operations 1-10-3. Recalling the operations stored in Press the number key (1 to 10) corresponding to the number...
  • Page 49: 1-10-4. Memory preview1. Basic operations 1-10-4. Memory preview Memory recall The video effects in the shot memory or event memory can be...
  • Page 50: (Delete)1. Basic operations Program output (output to the program signals) 1-10-5. Deleting the operations stored in the memory (Delete) For...
  • Page 51: registered and or played back1. Basic operations 1-10-6. Selecting the buses whose settings are to be registered and or played Selecting the buses for...
  • Page 52: (shot memory)1. Basic operations 1-10-7. Registering the material selection Use [F3] to set the PinP bus transition using the PinP Bus...
  • Page 53: 1-10-9. Editing event memory timelines1. Basic operations 1-10-9. Editing event memory timelines Insertion or modification of the events can be edited on the Timeline...
  • Page 541. Basic operations Setting the playback method  Setting the playback mode  Setting the display mode Press the [EVENT...
  • Page 551. Basic operations <Timeline displays (on the built-in display)>  Number key operations EMEM001 ヘ ベ ペ ヹヱヵ ヮユワヶ MEM-PVW...
  • Page 561. Basic operations Inserting events (Insert) Pasting events (Paste) The current setting status can be inserted as an event after...
  • Page 571. Basic operations  Setting the event duration Setting events using the menus The lengths of the events can be...
  • Page 581. Basic operations  Setting the event switching effect (Path) Use [F5] to select the effect when the colors are...
  • Page 59: 1-10-10. Registering memories (Register)1. Basic operations 1-10-10. Registering memories (Register) Shot memories and event memories can be registered. Information on the memories is...
  • Page 60: 1-11. Video memories1. Basic operations 1-11. Video memories This unit can be used to store still image memories (Still) and moving image...
  • Page 61: 1-11-1. Recording still images (Still)1. Basic operations Use [F5] to set the review display using the Review item. 1-11-1. Recording still images (Still) On...
  • Page 62: 1-11-2. Recording moving images (Clip)1. Basic operations Use [F5] to set the review display using the Review item. 1-11-2. Recording moving images (Clip) On...
  • Page 63: 1-11-3. Saving Images in Flash Memory1. Basic operations  When [F5] (Stop) is pressed, the recording of the 1-11-3. Saving Images in Flash Memory ...
  • Page 64: 1-11-4. Playing back moving images (Clip)1. Basic operations Use [F2] and [F3] to set the control button used for 1-11-4. Playing back moving images (Clip)...
  • Page 651. Basic operations Moving to the first frame or last frame  Operations performed using the number keys : This...
  • Page 661. Basic operations Displaying thumbnails : This function can be actuated in any model whose system version is V2.00.00 and...
  • Page 67: 1-12. Memory card1. Basic operations 1-12. Memory card All file (All): The unit’s video memory data and setup data can be stored...
  • Page 681. Basic operations The data is stored in the following folders on the memory card. When data is to be...
  • Page 69: 1-12-2. Saving data on memory cards1. Basic operations 1-12-1. Initializing the memory cards 1-12-2. Saving data on memory cards Before an memory card is used...
  • Page 70: 1-12-3. Loading data from memory cards1. Basic operations Use [F2] to select the name of the file to be loaded 1-12-3. Loading data from memory...
  • Page 71: 1-12-5. Displaying the memory card information1. Basic operations 1-12-4. Deleting files on memory cards 1-12-5. Displaying the memory card information Insert the memory card on...
  • Page 72: 1-13. Waveform monitor settings1. Basic operations 1-13. Waveform monitor settings WFM (waveform monitor) settings VECTOR (vectorscope) settings Press the [WFM/VECT] button among the...
  • Page 73: 1-14. Setting the status display1. Basic operations 1-14. Setting the status display Displaying the audio status When the menu display mode has been set...
  • Page 74: 2-1. Input signal settings2. Input/output signal settings 2-1. Input signal settings SDI IN1 to SDI IN8 are SDI signal inputs. DVI IN is...
  • Page 752. Input/output signal settings <List of settings by input signal> Setting menu and numbers of sections in this manual Up...
  • Page 76: Setting the frame synchronizer2. Input/output signal settings 2-1-1. Setting the frame synchronizer The frame synchronizer can be set to On or Off for...
  • Page 77: Setting the input mode2. Input/output signal settings 2-1-2. Setting the input mode The mode can be set for each input only when HD...
  • Page 78: Setting the material names2. Input/output signal settings 2-1-3. Setting the delay amount Press the [F3] to freeze the input image or cancel the...
  • Page 79: Setting the up-converter2. Input/output signal settings Use [F4] to set the extent of the edge sharpness for the 2-1-6. Setting the up-converter...
  • Page 80: Setting the analog input gain (option)2. Input/output signal settings 2-1-7. Setting the video process function 2-1-8. Setting the analog input gain The video process function...
  • Page 81: (option)2. Input/output signal settings 2-1-9. Setting the analog composite input signals (option) When the analog composite input board (option) has...
  • Page 82: 2-1-10. Setting the DVI input signals2. Input/output signal settings 2-1-10. Setting the DVI input signals Set the DVI input signals when the DVI input board...
  • Page 832. Input/output signal settings  DVI input scaling size table HD/1080i HD/720P SD/NTSC SD/PAL DVI format Mode 1920  1080...
  • Page 842. Input/output signal settings HD/1080i HD/720P SD/NTSC SD/PAL DVI format Mode 1920  1080 1280  720 720  487...
  • Page 852. Input/output signal settings HD/1080i HD/720P SD/NTSC SD/PAL DVI format Mode 1920  1080 1280  720 720  487...
  • Page 86: 2-1-11. Displaying the DVI input signal information2. Input/output signal settings 2-1-11. Displaying the DVI input signal information These are used to display the information concerning the...
  • Page 87: white level (analog input signals)2. Input/output signal settings 2-1-12. Adjusting the DVI input signals 2-1-13. Automatic adjustment of the black These are used to...
  • Page 88: 2-2. Output signal settings2. Input/output signal settings 2-2. Output signal settings SDI OUT1 to SDI OUT5 are SDI signal outputs. DVI OUT is...
  • Page 89: Setting the SDI output color range2. Input/output signal settings 2-2-1. Assigning the output signals The output signals can be assigned to the SDI OUT1 to...
  • Page 90: Setting the DVI output signals2. Input/output signal settings 2-2-3. Setting the DVI output signals Set the DVI output signals of the standard output (DVI...
  • Page 912. Input/output signal settings Use [F4] to select the scaling method using the Scale item. Fit-V The aspect ratio of...
  • Page 92: Setting the down-converter (option)2. Input/output signal settings 2-2-4. Setting the down-converter (option) Use [F3] to set the delay time of the output using...
  • Page 93: 2-4. Adjusting the output signal phase2. Input/output signal settings 2-3. Setting the sync signals 2-4. Adjusting the output signal The sync signals to be used...
  • Page 942. Input/output signal settings <Phase adjustment setup> Reference (System standard) Approx. 0.2H !6$,2ANGE Approx. –0.2H to +0.8H Internal Approx. Fixed...
  • Page 952. Input/output signal settings <Phases and delay amounts of input/output signals during HD format use> Frame synchronizer FS: On, Off...
  • Page 962. Input/output signal settings <Phase relationship between input signals and output signals> (for 1080/59.94i format) (Example 1) Input signals F1...
  • Page 97: Setting the screen layout2. Input/output signal settings 2-5. Setting the multi view display 1 2 3 4 2-5-1. Setting the screen layout 5...
  • Page 98: Setting the tally displays2. Input/output signal settings 2-5-2. Setting the split frame and 2-5-3. Setting the tally displays characters Set the tally displays...
  • Page 99: Changing the material names2. Input/output signal settings 2-5-4. Changing the material names User type setting procedure The material names of the input signals...
  • Page 100: High-resolution multi view mode2. Input/output signal settings 2-5-5. Setting the level meters 2-5-7. Setting the markers Level meters for the embedded audio signals...
  • Page 101: audio data2. Input/output signal settings 2-6. Setting the ancillary data and embedded audio data Setting for the output signals of the...
  • Page 102: 3-1. Setting the system format3. System settings 3-1. Setting the system format One system format (input/output signal) can be selected. Press the s button...
  • Page 103: Assigning signals to the crosspoints3. System settings 3-2. Setting the crosspoints 3-2-1. Assigning signals to the crosspoints External video input signals and internally generated...
  • Page 104: Setting the crosspoint switching3. System settings 3-2-2. Setting the crosspoint switching The timing at which the crosspoints are to be switched can be...
  • Page 105: Setting the user buttons3. System settings 3-3. Button assignments <Setting method> Press the s button to light its indicator, and display the 3-3-1....
  • Page 106: 3-5. Network settings3. System settings 3-4. Setting the date and time 3-5. Network settings The user can set the date and time...
  • Page 107: button illumination3. System settings 3-6. Setting the built-in display Setting the button illumination backlight and button The button indicators in the...
  • Page 108: Alarm message3. System settings 3-7. Status displays 3-7-1. Alarm status displays The alert status (alarms) for this unit’s power supply and...
  • Page 109: option information3. System settings 3-7-3. Displaying the version information and option information Information on the unit’s software and hardware versions and...
  • Page 110: Initializing fader3. System settings 3-8. Initialization 3-8-1. Initializing setting data 3-8-2. Initializing fader Initialization returns the set data to the factory...
  • Page 111: 4-1. Setting the GPI I/O4. External interfaces 4-1. Setting the GPI I/O The user can set the functions that are to be controlled from...
  • Page 1124. External interfaces  Control using the GPI Input port Assign Item Description of function assigned Control method AUTO AUTO...
  • Page 1134. External interfaces  Output from the GPI Output port Assign Item Description of function assigned Output CUT Cut transition...
  • Page 1144. External interfaces Example of GPI Out and ALARM connections Example of GPI In connections Ensure that the conditions given...
  • Page 115: 4-4. COM4. External interfaces 4-2. LAN 4-4. COM Connect the unit and computer or the unit and an external An external...
  • Page 116: 4-5. Plug-in software4. External interfaces  Version information 4-5. Plug-in software The plug-in software version is displayed in the Version item of...
  • Page 117: WIPE Position5. Setting menu table  Settings for items indicated with () are reflected when the item is selected and [F2],...
  • Page 118: CBGD2 Wave5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 119: WIPE Position5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 120: Mask Adjust5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 121: Trim Adjust5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 122: Trim Adjust5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 123: Mask Adjust5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 124: PinP2 BUS Trans5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 125: Video Memory35. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 126: XPT Disable5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 127: XPT Disable5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 128: XPT Switch5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 129: MV Split5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 130: Video Process25. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 131: Name5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 132: Video Process5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 133: Down Converter5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 134: DVI Output5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 135: WFM5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 136: System Menu5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 137: Reference5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 138: Time5. Setting menu table Sub menu Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Parameter 4 Menu Use [F1] to select. Use...
  • Page 139: Appendix (glossary)Appendix (glossary) Defined below are the terms used in this manual. Word Explanation AB Bus system A bus control mode....
  • Page 140Appendix (glossary) Word Explanation GPI Interface signals which control auto transition from an external source. [General Purpose Interface] Hue The...
  • Page 141Appendix (glossary) Word Explanation Tally The signal which outputs the program output statuses of the input signals to an external...
  • Page 142: IndexIndex B D M Background ............................................. 117 M DSK .......................................................... 123 3D Modify ........................................................... 117 Adjust ................................................................. 123 Border ....................................................................
  • Page 143Index M Input (SDI) ................................................ 130 P Freeze ................................................................ 130 FS ....................................................................... 130 M PinP1 ........................................................ 121 Name .................................................................. 130...
  • Page 144Index T M Time ......................................................... 124 AUX1 BUS Trans ................................................ 124 BKGD ................................................................. 124 DSK .................................................................... 124 Effect Dissolve .......................................................
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