Sony Water Dispenser 2 User Manual

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DVS-9000/9000SF System 
(With CCP-8000 Series Center Control Panel)
User’s Guide
Production Switcher System
Volume 2
[English]
1st Edition (Revised 1)
Software Version 2.00 and Later

Summary of Contents of user manual for Sony Water Dispenser 2

  • Page 1DVS-9000/9000SF System (With CCP-8000 Series Center Control Panel) User’s Guide Production Switcher System Volume 2 [English] 1st Edition (Revised 1)...
  • Page 2NOTICE TO USERS © 2002 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved. This manual or the software described herein, in whole or...
  • Page 3: Table of ContentsTable of Contents Chapter 11 DME Operations Three-Dimensional Transformation Operations.......................................13 Basic Operations....................................................................................13 Three-Dimensional Parameter Display .................................................17 Entering Three-Dimensional Parameter Values....................................18...
  • Page 4 Brick Settings ........................................................................................81 Shadow Settings ....................................................................................84 Chapter 12 External Devices Control of External Devices.........................................................................86 Control of P-BUS Devices ............................................................................87...
  • Page 5 Path Setting .................................................................................................136 Basic Procedure for Path Settings .......................................................136 Executing Effects ........................................................................................140 Execution With the RUN Button (Auto Mode)...................................140...
  • Page 6 Shotbox Execution in the Utility/Shotbox Control Block...................189 Shotbox Register Editing ...........................................................................191 Chapter 16 Engineering Setup Setup for the Whole...
  • Page 7 Router Interface Settings (Router Menu) ............................................278 Tally Group Settings (Group Tally Menu)..........................................280 Wiring Settings (Wiring Menu) ..........................................................281 Tally Generation...
  • Page 8 Chapter 18 Macros Macro Operations in the Numeric Keypad Control Block.....................310 Recalling a Macro Register and Executing a Macro...
  • Page 9 Shotbox Menu .....................................................................................352 Macro Menu ........................................................................................352 File Menu ............................................................................................353 Engineering Setup Menu .....................................................................354 Index ...........................................................................................................357 Table of Contents 9...
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  • Page 11: Chapter 11 DME OperationsChapter 11 DME Operations Three-Dimensional Transformation Operations ................................. 13 Basic Operations.............................................................................. 13 Three-Dimensional Parameter Display ........................................... 17 Entering Three-Dimensional Parameter...
  • Page 12 Interpolation Settings....................................................................... 76 Global Effect Operations ....................................................................... 78 Combiner Settings ........................................................................... 78 Brick Settings .................................................................................. 81 Shadow Settings .................................................................................
  • Page 13Three-Dimensional Transformation Operations Use the device control block to carry out three-dimensional DME transformations. Chapter 11 DME Operations For details...
  • Page 14 Transforming an image in three-dimensional coordinate space Use the following procedure. 1 With the region selection buttons, select the...
  • Page 15 You can magnify and shrink the image with the Z-ring. Rotate counterclockwise to shrink, and clockwise to magnify. To...
  • Page 16 • To change on the z-axis, rotate the Z-ring. Parameter values increase as you rotate clockwise, and decrease as...
  • Page 17Three-Dimensional Parameter Display You can check the values of the three-dimensional parameters in the DME menu. Displaying the three-dimensional parameters...
  • Page 18 Viewing the three-dimensional parameter details In the DME menu, press the menu title button (the [DME] in the upper...
  • Page 19 2 Enter a parameter value with the numeric keypad. The number of significant digits after a decimal point is...
  • Page 20 Use the DME menu to make graphics display settings. You can make separate settings for separate channels. To select...
  • Page 216 To automatically erase the graphic display while the keyframes are executing, press the [Auto Erase] button, turning it on,...
  • Page 22 Canceling Virtual Images When a transformation is executed with an extreme degree of perspective, the part of the image...
  • Page 23DME Special Effect Operations You can use DME to add a variety of special effects. The following types of DME...
  • Page 24 Adding a border Use the following procedure. 1 In the DME menu, select VF1 ‘Edge’ and HF1 ‘Border/Crop.’ The...
  • Page 25 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 5 Density Border density 0.00 to 100.00 6 Top Border width on top side...
  • Page 26 2 Press [Crop], turning it on. The Crop effect is enabled. You can adjust degree of cropping with the...
  • Page 27 Note Edges cannot be softened when the Crop effect is disabled. Beveled Edge Settings This effect applies a beveled...
  • Page 28 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 2 V Simultaneously adjust width of top 0.00 to 2.25 and bottom edges 3...
  • Page 29 5 To soften the inside of the edges and the boundaries between adjacent edges, turn on [Edge Soft], and...
  • Page 30 4 Set the parameters. • When Video/Key is selected Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 H Horizontal defocusing of...
  • Page 31 3 Set the parameters. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 H Horizontal defocusing of video 0.00 to 100.00 and...
  • Page 32 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 3 Size Shrinking ratio 0.00 to 100.00 4 Aspect Aspect ratio of shrunken images...
  • Page 33 4 To set the color of the sepia image, press [Sepia Color], turning it on, and adjust the parameters....
  • Page 34 3 Set the parameters. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Poster Coarseness of luminance 0.00 to 100.00 gradations (Posterization...
  • Page 35 2 Press [Contrast], turning it on. The Contrast effect is enabled. You can adjust the luminance and chroma contrast...
  • Page 36 2 Press [Mosaic], turning it on. The Mosaic effect is enabled. You can adjust the size and aspect ratio...
  • Page 37 Field 1: Freeze the first field of signal. 2 In the <Freeze> group, press [Time Strobe], turning it on....
  • Page 38 Name Effect See Wave Produces a wave-like effect in the image. page 39 Mosaic Glass Makes the image rougher...
  • Page 39 To turn an effect off In the setting menu, press the button for the effect name, turning it off,...
  • Page 40 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Amp H Amplitude of waves in horizontal 0.00 to 100.00 direction 2 Freq...
  • Page 41 Offset Amp Chapter 11 DME Operations To stop the waves Press [Lock], turning it on. With each press, the...
  • Page 42 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Random H Degree of randomness in 0.00 to 100.00 horizontal waveform modulation 2...
  • Page 43 Size Chapter 11 DME Operations Envelope Offset To smooth the range envelope when the wave range is limited Use...
  • Page 44 To apply the Mosaic Glass effect Display the Mosaic Glass menu. The items displayed in the Mosaic Glass menu...
  • Page 45 To select the waveform Press [Form] and set the following parameters. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Form H...
  • Page 46 2 Set the following parameters, depending on the selected modulation mode. • When Radial mode is selected Knob Parameter...
  • Page 47 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 8 Offset A a) Direction along periphery in −8.000 to +8.000 which to offset...
  • Page 48 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 2 V Ripple center point in vertical −3.000 to +3.000 direction • When other...
  • Page 49 To reverse the ripple range Use the following procedure. When modulation mode is Radial, Both, or Shape: Press [Range...
  • Page 50 3 To set the ring center position, press [Position] and set the following parameters. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values...
  • Page 51 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 3 Angle Direction of movement −8.000 to +8.000 2 To set the partition method,...
  • Page 52 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 5 Phase Partition position −8.000 to +8.000 To set the wedge center position When...
  • Page 53 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 2 V Degree of top and bottom −3.000 to +3.000 separation Split Slide settings...
  • Page 54 To apply the Mirror effect With the Mirror menu displayed, press [Left to Right], [Right to Left], [Top to...
  • Page 55 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 4 Offset V Amount of vertical offset of image −4.000 to +4.000 with mirrors...
  • Page 56 2 Set the following parameters. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 H Horizontal reflection position 0.000 to 4.000 2...
  • Page 57 • When Cross is selected Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Magnify H Horizontal magnification ratio −100.00 to +100.00...
  • Page 58 To apply the Panorama effect With the Panorama menu displayed, set the following parameters. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values...
  • Page 59 2nd Ch: Use the 2nd channel video signal. To select “2nd Ch,” it is first necessary to select the...
  • Page 60 The procedure for selecting the input signal in the <Back Video> group is the same as for the Page...
  • Page 61 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 2 Curve Degree to which image periphery 0.00 to 100.00 expands 3 Aspect Aspect...
  • Page 62 To make the tip of the swirl stardust Use the following procedure. 1 Press [Pixel], turning it on. 2...
  • Page 633 To make wave settings for melting part, press [Border] and set the following parameters. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values...
  • Page 64 Character Trail settings The Character Trail effect extends the edge of the image like a trail. To apply the...
  • Page 652 Press [Lighting], turning it on. The Lighting effect is enabled. 3 In the <Light Pattern> group, select the lighting...
  • Page 66 Setting the bar shape of the highlight area When you select [Bar] or [Preset] in step 2, use the...
  • Page 67 2 Adjust the following parameters. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Luminance Luminance 0.00 to 100.00 2 Saturation Saturation...
  • Page 68 For an illustrative figure and other information, see “DME Special Effects” in Chapter 1 (Volume 1). Notes • The...
  • Page 69 Flat Color: Use a flat color matte as source of the trail. You can set the following parameters with...
  • Page 70 2 Set the following parameters. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Trail Dust Amount of the trail disappearing as...
  • Page 71 4 In the <Decay Mix Mode> group, select the way in which the video signal is blurred. Soft: mix...
  • Page 72 Note When you turn on keyframe strobe, if the trail or motion decay effect is on, it automatically goes...
  • Page 73 Frame: freeze in frame units. Field: freeze in field units. To erase the afterimage from memory each time a...
  • Page 74 The Bkgd menu appears. 2 Press [Bkgd], turning it on. The Background effect is enabled. You can adjust the...
  • Page 75 For an illustration of signal inversion, see “DME Special Effects” in Chapter 1 (Volume 1). Applying the Invert effect...
  • Page 76 Selecting the key source signals Use the following procedure. 1 In the DME menu, select VF6 ‘Input/Output’ and HF2...
  • Page 774 In the <Key Field/Frame Mode> group, select the interpolation method for the key signal. Adaptive: Detect changes in the...
  • Page 78 Global Effect Operations Global effects are special effects created by combining the images of successive channels. The following types...
  • Page 79 2 If either of [Mix] and [Auto] is on, turn it off. 3 Set the overlap priority for “Ch1+Ch2+Ch3”...
  • Page 80 2 Adjust the following parameters. For Ch1+Ch2 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Mix Mix degree 0.00 to 100.00...
  • Page 81 Note It is not possible to make images intersect. If an image is rotated, the priority is determined by...
  • Page 82 4 Specify the way to insert the side images when the height is changed by pressing one of the...
  • Page 83 • 16:9 mode Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Top Position of top crop −2.25 to +2.25 2 Left...
  • Page 84 Shadow Settings This effect uses two successive channels to give an image a shadow. For an illustration, see “Global...
  • Page 85: Chapter 12 External DevicesChapter 12 External Devices Control of External Devices................................................................... 86 Control of P-BUS Devices ...................................................................... 87 Creating and Editing the P-BUS...
  • Page 86 Control of External Devices Use the Device menu to carry out operations for controlling external devices such as the...
  • Page 87Control of P-BUS Devices Creating and Editing the P-BUS Timeline This section describes how to set an action for a...
  • Page 88 a) 1: Off (no specification) 2: Store 3: Recall 4: Trigger 4 If in step 3 you selected 2...
  • Page 89Setting the action for a rewind operation On the P-BUS timeline, when the [REWIND] button in the keyframe control block...
  • Page 90 P-BUS Trigger “P-BUS trigger” is a function whereby a button operation in the numeric keypad control block or keyframe...
  • Page 91Control of GPI Devices GPI Timeline Creation and Editing This section describes how to set GPI output ports to be...
  • Page 92 • Turn the knob to make the selection. Knob Parameter Setting Setting values 2 GPI Port No SCU/DCU GPI...
  • Page 93 2 In the list on the right, select “Off.” 3 Press [Set]. To clear the settings for all devices...
  • Page 94 Control of VTRs and Disk Recorders To control a VTR or disk recorder in the DVS-9000 system, the following...
  • Page 95Selecting a VTR/disk recorder To select the VTR/disk recorder to be controlled, in the device selection buttons of the device...
  • Page 96 Cue>: Cueing up in the forward direction. Cue<: Cueing up in the reverse direction. Eject: Ejecting cassette. Stb Off:...
  • Page 97Making and saving settings relating to Cueup & Play Use the following procedure. 1 Press the [EFF] button in the...
  • Page 98 press the [START TC] button. Alternatively, in the Device>DDR/ VTR>Cueup & Play menu, enter the timecode for the start...
  • Page 99 The [RCALL] button in the numeric keypad control block lights. 2 With the region selection buttons in the numeric...
  • Page 100 • To set the stop point, press [SET] in the <Stop TC> group. • To set the start delay...
  • Page 101VTR/Disk Recorder Timeline Note When executing a VTR/disk recorder timeline using a disk recorder, note the following points. • When...
  • Page 102 • During file playback, to play the next keyframe at variable speed, for the next keyframe set variable speed...
  • Page 1032 Using any of the following methods, select the device for which you want to set the action. • Press...
  • Page 104 6 Set the start point as a timecode value. 7 Press [Enter]. The new start point setting is reflected...
  • Page 105[STOP TC] button: Set the stop point of the keyframe point to the current time. [CUE] button: Cue up to...
  • Page 106 Disk Recorder File Operations To carry out disk recorder file operations, use the Device menu. Refreshing (recalling) the disk...
  • Page 107 1 In the Device menu, press VF3 ‘VTR’ and HF3 ‘File List.’ The Device>VTR/DDR>File List menu appears. 2 Select...
  • Page 108Chapter 12 External Devices 108 Control of VTRs and Disk Recorders
  • Page 109: Chapter 13 Keyframe EffectsChapter 13 Keyframe Effects Sequence of Keyframe Operations...................................................... 111 Displaying the Timeline Menu............................................................. 112 Interpreting the Timeline Menu..................................................... 112 Recalling...
  • Page 110 Creating and Saving a Master Timeline Using the Buttons in the Numeric Keypad Control Block............................... 145 Creating and Saving...
  • Page 111Sequence of Keyframe Operations The following table shows the principal operations involved in the sequence from creating keyframes to executing...
  • Page 112 Displaying the Timeline Menu By displaying the Timeline menu, you can view keyframe effects on the timeline for each...
  • Page 113a Keyframe status This shows the region name, register number, register name, number of remaining keyframes, current position and timecode...
  • Page 114 Selecting the region displayed In the Timeline menu, there is a timeline display for each region, but you can...
  • Page 115Recalling a Register Use the numeric keypad control block to recall a register. For each region there are 99 registers...
  • Page 116 2 Press the button corresponding to the region you want to select, turning it on. You can also press...
  • Page 1174 To apply a temporary attribute (effect dissolve), press the [+/–/EFF DISS] button. Note It is not possible to apply...
  • Page 118 Specifying the Region and Edit Points Selecting the region in which editing applies Select the region in which the...
  • Page 119• To move the edit point to a specified timecode, press the [GO TO TC] button, then enter the timecode...
  • Page 120 Creating and Editing Keyframes For details of keyframe editing, see “Effect Editing” in Chapter 1 (Volume 1). Creation Creating...
  • Page 121Insertion Inserting keyframes To insert a keyframe in an existing effect, use the following procedure in the keyframe control block....
  • Page 122 3 Using image transformations or adding special effects, modify the keyframe. 4 Press the [MOD] button. This modifies the...
  • Page 123To modify all keyframes in the effect Use the following procedure. 1 Press the [EDIT ENBL] button, turning it on....
  • Page 124 This makes the modification simultaneously to all keyframes in the specified keyframe range. Differences in the changes when a...
  • Page 125 Modifying the keyframes by holding down the [SHIFT] button and pressing the [MOD] button The modified parameter values are...
  • Page 126 1 Press the [EDIT ENBL] button, turning it on. 2 Stop the effect at the desired edit point. When...
  • Page 127 5 Move the edit point to the position to which you want to move the keyframe. 6 Press the...
  • Page 128 Pause To apply a pause to a keyframe, use the following procedure. 1 Press the [EDIT ENBL] button, turning...
  • Page 129 4 With the numeric keypad buttons of the numeric keypad control block, enter the number of the last keyframe...
  • Page 130 To change the loop count only, press the [ENTER] button, then skip to step 6. When you press the...
  • Page 131 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Before deletion Deletion 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 After deletion...
  • Page 132 Duration Mode Setting There are two keyframe duration modes: variable duration mode, and constant duration mode in which the...
  • Page 133Time Settings You can determine the execution time of an effect by setting either the keyframe durations or the effect...
  • Page 134 Setting the keyframe duration You can set the value of the keyframe duration independently for each keyframe, by the...
  • Page 135 3 Using the numeric keypad in the numeric keypad control block, enter the timecode value for the effect duration,...
  • Page 136 Path Setting The term “path” refers to the specification of how interpolation is carried out from one keyframe to...
  • Page 137Changing the path type for Curve Use the following procedure. 1 In the Path menu, press [M/E-1]. Chapter 13 Keyframe...
  • Page 138 The status area reflects the selected path type. At this point, depending on the setting for Curve, the effect...
  • Page 1392 Press the indication for the desired path type, to select it. Xpt Hold off: When replaying a keyframe, change...
  • Page 140 Executing Effects By means of the [RUN] button in the keyframe control block, you can play an effect as...
  • Page 141Executing an effect automatically Use the following procedure. 1 Select the region in which you want to execute the effect,...
  • Page 142 Executing an effect up to the next keyframe Use the following procedure. 1 Press the [STOP NEXT KF] button,...
  • Page 143Saving Effects When you recall an effect, the currently recalled effect is automatically saved in a register. This is referred...
  • Page 144 6 Press the [ENTER] button. This saves the current effect in the specified register, and turns off the [STORE]...
  • Page 145Creating and Saving a Master Timeline Creating and Saving a Master Timeline Using the Buttons in the Numeric Keypad Control...
  • Page 146 7 Press the [ENTER] button. The regions selected in step 3 and the register numbers recalled in those regions...
  • Page 147 4 Press the buttons for the regions you want to save on the master timeline (here, [M/E-1] and [M/E-2]),...
  • Page 148 The status area shows the master timeline register names, register lock status, register number for each region, and so...
  • Page 1494 Turn the knob to select the number of the effect register. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 2 Reg No...
  • Page 150 Register Operations in the Menus Using the Effect menu, you can carry out the following effect register operations. •...
  • Page 151 5 Press [Effect Dissolve], turning it on. 6 Turn the knob to set the duration. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting...
  • Page 152 2 Press the region display in the upper part of the list to display a selection window, then select...
  • Page 153 4 Using any of the following methods, select the desired registers. • Press directly on the list in the...
  • Page 154 • Turn the knobs to make the settings. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 From Reg The register coming...
  • Page 1552 Press the region display in the upper part of the list to display a selection window, then select the...
  • Page 156Chapter 13 Keyframe Effects 156 Register Operations in the Menus
  • Page 157: Chapter 14 SnapshotsChapter 14 Snapshots Snapshot Operations From the Numeric Keypad Control Block .... 158 Saving and Recalling Snapshots.................................................... 159 Snapshot Operations...
  • Page 158 Snapshot Operations From the Numeric Keypad Control Block The term “snapshot” refers to a function whereby the various settings...
  • Page 159Saving and Recalling Snapshots Snapshot operations with the numeric keypad control block use the following buttons. UNDO button +/−/EFF DISS...
  • Page 160 [USER 1] to [USER 8]: These select the USER regions. [DME 1] to [DME 4]: These select DME channels....
  • Page 161 Note In the numeric keypad control block, it is not possible to apply the cross- point hold and GPI...
  • Page 162 The display shows the name of the reference region and the number of the register previously recalled for that...
  • Page 163 Note It is not possible to cancel recalling a master snapshot. Creating and saving a master snapshot with the...
  • Page 164 Snapshot Operations in the Flexi Pad Control Block In the Flexi Pad control block on each of the M/E-1...
  • Page 165Banks and Registers In a standard type Flexi Pad control block, in order to handle the 99 registers, they are...
  • Page 166 Saving and Recalling Snapshots Saving a snapshot with the Flexi Pad control block As an example, to save a...
  • Page 167 Not lit: Register not containing anything 4 To apply an attribute, hold down the [SNAPSHOT] button, and in the...
  • Page 168 1 In the M/E-1 bank Flexi Pad control block, press the [SNAPSHOT] button. This allocates the Flexi Pad control...
  • Page 169Deleting a snapshot from a Flexi Pad control block As an example, to delete a snapshot on the M/E-1 bank,...
  • Page 170 Snapshot Operations in the Menus You can also set snapshot or key snapshot attributes in the Snapshot menu, which...
  • Page 1715 In the <Attribute> group, press the buttons for the attributes you want to apply, turning them on. Carry out...
  • Page 172 2 Turn the knob to set the port number. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 2 GPI Out GPI output...
  • Page 173 When an effect dissolve is set: Displayed Attributes set character codes Duration value The effect dissolve attribute is set,...
  • Page 174 • Turn the knobs to make the setting. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Register Register number 1 to...
  • Page 175 User: User1 (“USR1”) to User8 (“USR8”) DME: indicate assignment of DME ch1 (“DME1”), ch2 (“DME2”), ch3 (“DME3”), and ch4...
  • Page 176Chapter 14 Snapshots 176 Snapshot Operations in the Menus
  • Page 177: Chapter 15 Utility/ShotboxChapter 15 Utility/Shotbox Utility Execution ................................................................................... 178 Executing a Utility With the User Preference Buttons (Menu Control Block).................................................................... 178 Executing...
  • Page 178 Utility Execution You can assign actions such as menu shortcuts, function enabling and disabling, and recalling shotbox registers to...
  • Page 179Executing a Utility in the Utility/Shotbox Control Block Bank selection buttons Chapter 15 Utility/Shotbox BANK 1 1 2 3 4...
  • Page 180 2 Press the memory recall button for which the action you want to execute has been registered. • In...
  • Page 181Shotbox Register Creation The term “shotbox” refers to a function whereby for each specified region any snapshot or keyframe effect...
  • Page 182 4 Press the [STORE] button, turning it on. The [SNAPSHOT] button lights green. If not lighted, press the [SNAPSHOT]...
  • Page 183 To change the contents of a shotbox register After recalling the shotbox register you want to change, referring to...
  • Page 184 In the status area, the settings for each register appear as follows. Region settings: Appear as “Sxxx” when a...
  • Page 1855 Using any of the following methods, select the desired region. You may select more than one region. • Press...
  • Page 186 Shotbox Execution You can recall (and run) shotbox registers from the following control blocks. This section describes the various...
  • Page 187 1 In the numeric keypad control block, press the [SHOTBOX] button, turning it on. • This allocates the numeric...
  • Page 188 • Press the [BANK SEL] button, and when the memory recall section display changes as follows, press the button...
  • Page 189Shotbox Execution in the Utility/Shotbox Control Block Bank selection buttons Chapter 15 Utility/Shotbox BANK 1 1 2 3 4 5...
  • Page 190 Lit orange: Register holding shotbox settings Lit yellow: Last recalled register 2 Press the memory recall button to which...
  • Page 191Shotbox Register Editing You can carry out the following editing on shotbox registers. • Lock: Write-protect the contents of the...
  • Page 192Chapter 15 Utility/Shotbox 192 Shotbox Register Editing
  • Page 193: Chapter 16 Engineering SetupChapter 16 Engineering Setup Setup for the Whole System................................................................. 195 Network Settings (Network Config Menu) ................................... 195 System Settings (System...
  • Page 194 Interfacing With External Devices (Device Interface Menu)........ 261 Setup Relating to DCU ......................................................................... 265 Settings Relating to Parallel Inputs...
  • Page 195Setup for the Whole System Carry out operations relating to setup in the Engineering Setup menu. To access the Engineering...
  • Page 196 2 Once switch to another menu, then display the Network Config menu again. Now the status area of the...
  • Page 197 2 Select the switcher to be controlled by the selected control panel, as follows. • If there is only...
  • Page 198 • When making DME settings for SWR2 (the second switcher), for the first DME, select [DME3] in the <1st...
  • Page 199 3 In the <Active Line> group, select the number of active scan lines. Setting the screen aspect ratio Use...
  • Page 200 Selecting the state at start-up Use the following procedure. 1 In the status area of the System>Start Up menu,...
  • Page 201 2 Press [Yes]. This saves the setup settings for the selected devices in non-volatile memory within the respective devices....
  • Page 202 4 Select [Yes]. Depending on the selection in step 2, the following is the result. • When you selected...
  • Page 203Displaying installation details In the System>Install menu, press [Detail Information]. This accesses the Detail Information menu, and displays the detailed...
  • Page 204 Note Format a memory card before using it for the first time. 1 Insert the memory card in the...
  • Page 205Setup Relating to Operations From the Control Panel Overall Control Panel Settings (Config Menu) To carry out the overall control...
  • Page 206 3 For the selected Bank number, in the <M/E Operation> group, select one of the following. Enable: Enable panel...
  • Page 207Linking switcher bus and routing switcher destination To provide links between the switcher bus and routing switcher destination, make the...
  • Page 208 The status area shows the status of the currently selected matrix, and a list of the source and destination...
  • Page 209 3 To confirm the matrix source selection made in step 2, press [Link Source Set]. This confirms the selection,...
  • Page 210 The Key Trans Link menu appears. The status area shows the keyers for each M/E bank and the linked...
  • Page 211 • Turn the knob to make the setting. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Region Region selection 1 to...
  • Page 212 • Turn the knob to make the setting. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Bank Bank selection 1 to...
  • Page 213 1 In the Panel>Xpt Assign menu, press [Source Select]. The Source Select menu appears. The upper part of the...
  • Page 214 4 Enter any name of not more than 16 characters, then press [Enter]. For details of keyboard window operation,...
  • Page 215 2 In the <Sub Table Select> group, select the sub table you want to set. 3 Using any of...
  • Page 216 Setting the action of the [SHIFT] button in the cross-point control block In the <Shift Mode> group of the...
  • Page 217 To display the Aux Assign menu In the Engineering Setup menu, select VF2 ‘Panel’ and HF3 ‘Aux Assign.’ The...
  • Page 218 Setting the AUX delegation button shift operation To set the operation mode of the rightmost button in the row...
  • Page 219 3 Depending on the selection in step 2, make the following settings. When Menu Shortcut is selected: For the...
  • Page 220 3 Press the user preference button to which you want to assign the shortcut. The menu screen goes back...
  • Page 221 • Turn the knob to make the selection. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 3 Command Utility command selection 1...
  • Page 222 To abandon the process of menu shortcut assignment In the Prefs/Utility>Utility Module Assign menu, press [Menu Shortcut]. This exits...
  • Page 223Making control panel GPI input settings Use the following procedure. 1 In the Panel>Device Interface menu, press [GPI Input]. The...
  • Page 224 When Target is M/E-1, M/E-2, or M/E-3: Cut, Auto Trans Key1 Cut, Key2 Cut, Key3 Cut, Key4 Cut Key1...
  • Page 225Making control panel GPI output settings Use the following procedure. 1 In the Panel>Device Interface menu, press [GPI Output]. The...
  • Page 226 6 Using any of the following methods, select the action to be set. • Press directly on the list...
  • Page 227 For details of DCU serial port settings, see “Serial Port Settings (Serial Port Assign Menu)” (page 273). To associate...
  • Page 228 2 Turn the knob to select the device selection button (DEV1 to DEV12) for sharing the file list. Knob...
  • Page 229 The status area shows a list of the items with their settings. 2 Make the following settings as required....
  • Page 230 2 In the <Name Display Mode> group, select the method of display in the source name displays. Auto: Optimize...
  • Page 2312 Make the following settings as required. Operation mode of the [ALL] button in the transition control block: To specify...
  • Page 232 Protect: In this mode, pressing a panel button cannot change the cross-point settings. Note The button ON/OFF state is...
  • Page 233 The status area shows a list of the items with their settings. Screen saver settings To enable the menu...
  • Page 234 The following message appears. “To Perform Calibration, please touch the center of each plus sign.” 2 Press [OK]. 3...
  • Page 235Setup Relating to Switcher Processor Settings for Switcher Configuration (Config Menu) To make settings for the switcher processor configuration, use...
  • Page 236 To assign the output of each bank in Multi Program mode When you selected [Multi Program] in the procedure...
  • Page 2375 In each of the <Key1> to <Key4> groups, select [Enable] or [Disable]. To set the key preview configuration You...
  • Page 238 Setting user regions Note If you change the user region settings, the previously stored snapshot data and keyframe effect...
  • Page 239 2 Select the M/E you want to logically set to the PGM/PST from the <Logical M/E to Physical P/P>...
  • Page 240 4 To enable through mode, press [Through Mode], turning it on. Making video process settings Use the following procedure....
  • Page 241 To display the Output menu In the Engineering Setup menu, select VF3 ‘Switcher’ and HF3 ‘Output.’ The status area...
  • Page 242 4 Press [Set] to confirm the assignment. Selecting the output signal to which settings apply In the following video...
  • Page 243 2 Press [V Blank Mask]. 3 Adjust the parameter. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 2 Mask End Final value...
  • Page 244 a) Adjustable for Box2 5 When in step 3 you selected [Box1] or [Box2], in the <Box1 Adjust> or...
  • Page 245Selecting the transition mode of the independent key transition control block To select the key transition mode, select any of...
  • Page 246 The status area shows the stroke mode setting for each M/E bank, the setting for whether or not the...
  • Page 247 The status area shows the key memory settings, mask and border processing order, key priority, cross-point hold, pattern limit...
  • Page 248 • Press directly on the list appearing in the status area. • Press the arrow keys to scroll the...
  • Page 249 Auto: When the pattern limit is released, the remainder of the transition is carried out automatically at a special-purpose...
  • Page 250 3 Press [Link Bus Select]. The Link Bus Select menu appears. The status area lists the current setting status...
  • Page 251 1 In the Internal Bus Link menu, press [Link Table Select]. The Link Table Select menu appears. 2 Using...
  • Page 252 2 Using any of the following methods, select the GPI output port. • Press directly on the list appearing...
  • Page 253 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 4 Bus Bus selection 1 to 112 7 In the <Bus> group, select any...
  • Page 254 2 Select the device interface you want to set for the REMOTE3 port from the <Remote3> group. Editor A:...
  • Page 255 (Level): Carry out the specified operation when the input is low or high. No Operation: Apply no trigger on...
  • Page 256 Carrying out level settings To set the low level and high level, first set the trigger type to “Level,”...
  • Page 2573 In the <Trigger Type> group, select the trigger polarity. : The trigger causes the relay contacts to be open-circuit...
  • Page 258 When Source is P/P: Cut, Auto Trans DSK1 Cut, DSK1 Auto Trans, DSK2 Cut, DSK2 Auto Trans, DSK3 Cut,...
  • Page 2594 Select whether to enable or disable Aux bus control from the <Control Mode> group. Enable: enable control of the...
  • Page 260 Setup Relating to DME Settings Relating to Signal Inputs (Input Menu) To make settings relating to DME input signals,...
  • Page 261Setting an illegal color limit for matte signals To enable the illegal color limiter for the signals generated by the...
  • Page 262 3 In the <Trigger Type> group, select the trigger polarity. : Apply the trigger on a rising edge of...
  • Page 263 2 Using any of the following methods, select the settings. • Press directly on the list appearing in the...
  • Page 264 Common: Control all of channels 1 to 4 through Editor port 1. Independ: Control channels 1 to 4 individually...
  • Page 265Setup Relating to DCU Note For setup relating to DCU, it is necessary to make the same settings on multiple...
  • Page 266 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Parallel Input Input port 1 to 102 3 GPI Input GPI input 1...
  • Page 267 • Press the arrow keys to scroll the reverse video cursor. • Turn the knob to make the setting....
  • Page 268 M/E-2 Key3 Auto Trans, M/E-2 Key3 Cut M/E-2 Key4 Auto Trans, M/E-2 Key4 Cut M/E-3 Key1 Auto Trans, M/E-3...
  • Page 269 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 No Signal format/screen aspect ratio 1 to ... selection 3 To apply the...
  • Page 270 4 To confirm the selected setting, press [GPI Output Set]. This confirms the selection, which is reflected in the...
  • Page 271 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 No GPI output 1 to 50 2 In the <Trigger Type> group, select...
  • Page 272 5 Using any of the following methods, select the action you want to set. • Press directly on the...
  • Page 273Serial Port Settings (Serial Port Assign Menu) To set the protocol to match a device connected to a 9-pin serial...
  • Page 274 5 To enter the name of the serial port, press [Set] in the <Name> group. A keyboard window appears....
  • Page 2752 Using any of the following methods, set the serial port connected to the VTR for which you want to...
  • Page 276 7 Set the VTR constants using values in the range 00 to ff. Block Byte Setting item BLOCK 1...
  • Page 2773 Press [Port Setting]. The DCU>Serial Port Assign>DDR SD9P Setting menu appears. At the top of the status area, the...
  • Page 278 Setup Relating to Router Interface and Tally Router Interface Settings (Router Menu) In this system, the interface with a...
  • Page 279 Level: Specify the level in the S-Bus space. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Source Source start address 1...
  • Page 280 1 In the External Box Assign menu, select [External box1] from the <Device> group. 2 In the <Matrix Size>...
  • Page 281 2 Press [SBus Tally Enable], turning it on or off. On: Enable the transfer of S-Bus tally information over...
  • Page 282 3 Set the source. Source From: Specify the source start address for the wiring configuration. Source Level: Specify the...
  • Page 283Sorting wiring settings In the Router/Tally>Wiring menu, press [Sort]. Every time you press [Sort], the order of wiring settings changes...
  • Page 284 4 When you selected Tally Input as the tally generation mode in step 3, select any of the following...
  • Page 285Tally Copy Settings (Tally Copy Menu) For settings relating to the tally copy function, use the Router/Tally>Tally Copy menu. The...
  • Page 286 2 Use the knobs to select the copy source and copy destination. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 Copy...
  • Page 2871 In the <Device> group of the Router/Tally>Parallel Tally menu, select DCU1 or DCU2. 2 Using any of the following...
  • Page 288 Deleting parallel tally settings Use the following procedure. 1 In the Router/Tally>Parallel Tally menu, using any of the following...
  • Page 289 1 In the Serial Tally menu, press [Source Assign]. The Source Assign menu appears. In the status area, the...
  • Page 290 Simple Connection of the MKS-8080/8082 AUX Bus Remote Panel Procedure for Simple Connection To carry out simple connection of...
  • Page 291With regard to the meaning of the following settings, refer to the section “Menu Operations” in the Operation Manual for...
  • Page 292Chapter 16 Engineering Setup 292 Simple Connection of the MKS-8080/8082 AUX Bus Remote Panel
  • Page 293: Chapter 17 FilesChapter 17 Files Operations on Individual Files ............................................................ 294 Displaying the Individual Menus .................................................. 294 Viewing Detailed File Information................................................ 294...
  • Page 294 Operations on Individual Files You can save or recall the contents of an individual file or register. Carry out...
  • Page 2952 Press [File Edit]. The file details appear (reference region file name, creation date, regions including data) in table form....
  • Page 296 3 Selecting a particular file displays more detailed information about that file in the detail display area at the...
  • Page 297 As an example, to select a memory card, use the following procedure. 1 In the File menu, press the...
  • Page 298 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 2 List R Select the first file to which data is to be 1...
  • Page 299 5 Press [T Load]. This recalls the contents of the selected file from the specified location. Copying Files You...
  • Page 300 Renaming Files You can rename a file on the hard disk or memory card. As an example, to rename...
  • Page 3012 Press [File Edit]. A detailed list appears. Here too, you can select a device or specify a directory. (See...
  • Page 302 File Batch Operations You can batch process all files or registers. Carry out these operations using the File>All, External...
  • Page 303Batch Recalling Files To recall files from hard disk or memory card, use the following procedure. 1 In the device...
  • Page 304 Importing and Exporting Files You can import or export frame memory image data from or to external media. Import:...
  • Page 305 Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 2 List R File selection 1 to ... 4 Press [T Import]. This transfers...
  • Page 306 Directory Operations You can create a new directory on hard disk or memory card, rename, delete, or write-protect a...
  • Page 307 • Turn the knob to make the selection. Knob Parameter Adjustment Setting values 1 List Directory selection 1 to...
  • Page 308 1 In the device selection pull-down menu, select [HDD] or [Memory Card]. (See page 296.) 2 Using any of...
  • Page 309: Chapter 18 MacrosChapter 18 Macros Macro Operations in the Numeric Keypad Control Block............... 310 Recalling a Macro Register and Executing a Macro...
  • Page 310 Macro Operations in the Numeric Keypad Control Block This section describes macro operations carried out in the numeric keypad...
  • Page 311Recalling a Macro Register and Executing a Macro To carry out a macro operation, recall a macro register. Recalling an...
  • Page 312 • If you start execution of a macro by operating a Flexi Pad control block or a button for...
  • Page 313 • During macro editing, if you press a button for which a macro attachment is set, the macro within...
  • Page 314 4 Repeat step 3 to add the desired events to the macro. 5 In the numeric keypad control block,...
  • Page 315 The display shows the corresponding register number. A letter “E” after the number indicates that the corresponding register is...
  • Page 316 Macro Operations in the Flexi Pad Control Block This section describes how to carry out macro operations in a...
  • Page 317 For details of the correspondence between banks and registers, see “Banks and Registers” (page 165). Recalling a Macro Register...
  • Page 318 3 Press the button in the memory recall section showing the name of the register to be recalled. The...
  • Page 319 Example: 7 8 9 Press to set a pause length. 4 5 6 “12” is the number of the...
  • Page 320 incorporated into the macro being edited. However, the macro assigned to the button is not executed. • While carrying...
  • Page 3212 Select the bank of the register holding the macro you want to delete. For details of the method of...
  • Page 322 Macro Attachment Assigning The term “macro attachment” refers to the assignment of a macro register to a control panel...
  • Page 323 PRE MCRO button POST MCRO button M/E M/E M/E XPT SHIFT KEY3 1 2 3 HOLD M/E M/E M/E...
  • Page 324 2 Press the user preference button to which [MCRO ONLY SET] is assigned, turning it on. 3 Hold down...
  • Page 325Executing a Macro by Macro Attachment To execute a macro by means of the macro attachment set for a button...
  • Page 326Chapter 18 Macros 326 Macro Attachment Assigning
  • Page 327: Chapter 19 DIAGNOSISChapter 19 DIAGNOSIS Not supported in version 2.00.
  • Page 328 328 Chapter 19 DIAGNOSIS
  • Page 329: AppendixAppendix Wipe Pattern List.................................................................................. 330 Standard Wipes.............................................................................. 330 Enhanced Wipes ............................................................................ 331 Rotary Wipes ................................................................................. 332 Mosaic Wipes ................................................................................ 333...
  • Page 330 Wipe Pattern List Standard Wipes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Appendix 9 10 11 12 13...
  • Page 331Enhanced Wipes 26 27 29 49 300 301 302 303 304 Appendix Wipe Pattern List 331
  • Page 332 Rotary Wipes 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 150 151 156 158 Appendix 160 162 516 518...
  • Page 333Mosaic Wipes 200 201 202 203 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 Appendix 220 221 222 223 224...
  • Page 334 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 Appendix 250 251 252 253 254 255...
  • Page 335Random/Diamond Dust Wipes 270 271 272 273 274 Appendix Wipe Pattern List 335
  • Page 336 DME Wipe Pattern List DME Wipe Patterns Available in One-Channel Mode Slide 1001 1002 1003 1004 Appendix 1005 1006...
  • Page 337Squeeze 1021 1022 1023 1024 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 Appendix Door 1041 1042 1043 1044 Flip tumble...
  • Page 338 Frame in-out 1201 1202 1203 1204 Picture-in-picture 1251 Appendix Page turn 1301 1302 1303 1304 1305 1306 1307 1308...
  • Page 339Page roll 1321 1322 1323 1324 1325 1326 1327 1328 1329 1330 1331 1332 Appendix 1333 User programmable DME 1901...
  • Page 340 DME Wipe Patterns Available in Two-Channel Mode Slide 2601 2602 2603 2604 2605 2606 2607 2608 Appendix Squeeze 2621...
  • Page 341User programmable DME 2901 2999 Appendix DME Wipe Pattern List 341
  • Page 342 Menu Tree Recalling Menus This section details the menu structure, and shows the top menu selection buttons in the...
  • Page 343M/E 1 M/E 2 M/E 3 [M/E 1], [M/E 2], and [M/E 3] buttons M/E-1 VF1: Key1 HF1: Type (1111)...
  • Page 344 PGM/PST Menu P/P [P/P] button PGM/PST VF1: DSK1 HF1: Type (1411) Chroma Adjust (1411.1) VF2: DSK2 Matte Adjust (1411.2)...
  • Page 345Frame Memory Menu FRAME MEM [FRAME MEM] button Frame Memory HF1: Recall Thumbnail (2111) VF1: Recall HF2: Recall List (2112)...
  • Page 346 AUX/MON Menu AUX MON [AUX MON] button VF1: Aux Bus (2311) Copy/Swap Menu COPY SWAP [COPY SWAP] button Appendix...
  • Page 347DME Menu DME [DME] button DME VF1: Edge HF1: Border/Crop (4111) HF2: Beveled Edge (4112) VF2: Video Modify HF1: Defocus/Blur...
  • Page 348 Global Effect Menu GLB EFF [GLB EFF] button Global Effect VF1: Ch1-Ch4 HF1: Combiner (4211) VF2: Ch5-Ch8 HF2: Brick...
  • Page 349Key Frame Menu KEY FRAME [KEYFRAME] button M/E-1 (6113.1) M/E-2 (6113.2) M/E-3 (6113.3) Key Frame HF1:Time Line (6111) P/P (6113.4)...
  • Page 350 Effect Menu EFF [EFF] button HF1: Store (6211) Edit (6211.1) HF2: Lock (6212) HF3: Copy (6213) VF1: Master Timeline...
  • Page 351Snapshot Menu SNAP SHOT HF1: Store (6311) Edit (6311.1) [SNAPSHOT] button HF2: Lock (6312) Snapshot HF3: Copy (6313) VF1: Master...
  • Page 352 Shotbox Menu SHOT BOX [SHOTBOX] button Shotbox VF1: Register HF1: Store/Recall (6411) Edit (6411.1) HF2: Lock (6412) HF3: Copy...
  • Page 353File Menu FILE [FILE] button File HF1 (Setup)(7111) File Edit (7111.1) HF2 (Initial Status)(7112) File Edit (7112.1) VF1 (Setup, Init,...
  • Page 354 Engineering Setup Menu ENG SETUP [ENG SETUP] button Engineering Setup VF1: System HF1: Network Config (7311) VF2: Panel HF2:...
  • Page 355 ENG SETUP [ENG SETUP] button Engineering Setup VF1: System to previous page VF2: Panel VF3: Switcher HF1: Config (7331)...
  • Page 356 ENG SETUP [ENG SETUP] button Engineering Setup VF1: System VF2: Panel to previous pages VF3: Switcher VF4: DME VF5:...
  • Page 357Index A Crop settings 25 for two-channel mode Cross-point 340 Action setting 87 button shift operation 215 Door 337 for...
  • Page 358 deleting 300, 303 for switcher processor moving 126 directory operations 306 254 operations 111 displaying menus 294 GPI output...
  • Page 359MISC menu 346 P-BUS Serial Mixing images 79 action setting 87 port settings 273 MKS-8080/8082 290 timeline creation/editing tally setting...
  • Page 360 Software installation 202 U Solarization 33 USB driver reloading 204 Source name 229 User programmable DME display color 213...
  • Page 361The material contained in this manual consists of infor- mation that is the property of Sony Corporation and is intended...
  • Page 362 Sony Corporation B & P Company DVS-9000/9000SF Printed in Japan System (WW) 2003.02.13 3-704-667-02 (1) Printed on recycled paper...