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PIONEER NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
CLD-V2800
CLD-V2800
LASERDISC/COMPACT DISC PLAYER
LEVEL III
U S E R ' S
M A N U A L
PROGRAMMER'S REFERENCE GUIDE
Pioneer Technical Publication
TP 120 V. 1.0
10/95

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  • Page 1 PIONEER NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES, INC. CLD-V2800 CLD-V2800 LASERDISC/COMPACT DISC PLAYER LEVEL III U S E R ’ S M A N U A L PROGRAMMER’S REFERENCE GUIDE Pioneer Technical Publication TP 120 V. 1.0 10/95...
  • Page 2 PIONEER NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES, INC. CLD-V2800 LASERDISC/COMPACT DISC PLAYER LEVEL III U S E R ’ S M A N U A L PROGRAMMER’S REFERENCE GUIDE Pioneer Technical Publication TP 120 V. 1.0 10/95...
  • Page 3 Please fill out the Registration Form on the next page and return it to the Pioneer address below to insure that you receive updated versions of the Level III Manual for the CLD-V2800, and related support materials as they become available.
  • Page 4 Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc. Technical Support and System Integration 2265 East 220th Street Long Beach, CA 90458 310/952-2111 FAX: 310/952-3031 CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • REGISTRATION FORM CLD-V2800 For Computer Control Registration Form Title: State: Date: TP 120 v.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    3.3 Initial Settings 3.4 Level III Commands for LD & CD Control 3.5 Command Formats 3.6 Status Returns CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Table Of Contents For Computer Control Note to Users User Registration Form CONTENTS ...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents • CLD-V2800 Level III 3.7 Level III Command Descriptions 3.7.1 Player Control Commands 3.7.2 Player Control Switch Commands 25) Audio Control AD 26) Video Control VD 27) Key Lock KL 3.7.3 Display Control Commands 28) Display Control DS...
  • Page 7 Appendix D: CLD-V2800 Internal Player Registers Appendix E: Additional Notes CLD-V2680 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Table of Contents ... 3 - 31 ) Register C Set (Miscellaneous) RC ... 3 - 46 ... 3 - 46 ...
  • Page 8: Introduction

    1. Introduction 1.1 Scope of Level III Manual 1.2 Features of the CLD-V2800 1.3 Chapter Highlights CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CHAPTER CLD-V2800 LEVEL III USER’S MANUAL Programmer’s Reference Guide TP 120 v. 1.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 9: Scope Of Level Iii Manual

    1 Introduction Please refer first to the Operating Instructions packaged with the CLD-V2800, for essential information about player operation and safety. 1.1 Scope Of Level III Manual This manual is a reference guide to assist programmers and developers in using the Pioneer Industrial Combination LaserDisc/Compact Disc Player, Model CLD-V2800 under computer control.
  • Page 10 • Composite Video or RF Modulated Video outputs provide for connection to a video or TV monitor. • The CLD-V2800 player can be used for Level I or Level III control of LaserDiscs (LDs), compact audio discs (CDs) or compact video discs (CDVs).
  • Page 11: Operational Basics

    Function Switches. Chapter Three — External Computer Control — Level III This chapter explains how commands are sent to the CLD-V2800 from an external computer to control playback of LDs or CDs. It also describes error messages that may be returned, the default settings, a basic list of Level III commands and descriptions of each command.
  • Page 12: Internal Operations

    2. Operational Basics 2.1 Internal Operations 2.2 RS-232C Interface 2.3 Function Switches CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CHAPTER CLD-V2800 LEVEL III USER’S MANUAL Programmer’s Reference Guide TP 120 v. 1.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 13: Operating Modes

    This chapter provides an overview of the player’s internal operations — Operating Modes and the player’s Active States; RS-232C Interface, and Function Switches. Before developing or presenting programs on the CLD-V2800 the user should read this chapter and become familiar with the operational basics. (See Appendix B, C, and D for details on CLD-V2800 Interface Cable Specifications, Internal Player Controls and Internal Player Registers.
  • Page 14: Operating Modes

    Chapter Two • CLD-V2800 Level II P O W E R — O N Front Panel Buttons Remote Control LaserBarcode Control Figure 2-A The player is in Door Open before the disc is loaded into the disc tray. After the door is closed, the player enters Park.
  • Page 15 Use CC-04 cable for Macintosh computers with Apple Circular 8 connector. 2.2 .1 RS-232C Interface Connector The CLD-V2800 can be controlled by a computer connected to the RS-232C port on the back of the player. This section gives specific information about: 1.) The RS- 232C Connector, 2.) The pin outs of the Serial Interface, 3.) Signal Characteristics,...
  • Page 16 The Factory default setting is 4800 BAUD. NOTE: A BAUD rate of 4800 or 1200 can also be set by sending a Level III command to Set Register C. See page 3-42 for details. CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Two 12v. BAUD...
  • Page 17 Chapter Two • CLD-V2800 Level II 4) Connection to a Computer The player can be connected to a computer via the RS-232C port as shown below. It is connected with three lines: One line transmits commands from the computer to the player to control operations. Another line transmits status responses from the player to the computer.
  • Page 18: Function Switches

    2.3 Function Switches The CLD-V2800 videodisc player has four physical dip-switches, #1-4, on the rear panel of the player (See Figure 2-G below.) These are used to set several function parameters. All switches are set as follows when the players are shipped from the factory: Switch 1: DOWN and Switch 2: UP sets the BAUD set to 4800;...
  • Page 19: External Computer Control — Level Iii

    3. External Computer Control — Level III CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual Command and Status Error Messages Initial Settings Level III Commands for LD & CD Control Command Formats Status Returns Level III Command Descriptions TP 120 v. 1.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 20: Command And Status

    3 External Computer Control — Level III This chapter describes the computer control protocol and specific commands used for Level III control of the CLD-V2800 player. To attach a computer to the player via the RS-232 port, refer to Appendix C, Interface Cable Specifications. See Section 2.4 On-Screen Function Switches, page 2-6, to select Baud Rate.
  • Page 21: Request Status

    The length of the command line is limited to the buffer size. For the CLD-V2800 the length of a command string is limited to 20 characters. The <CR> or <LF> are not included in the buffer size.
  • Page 22: Error Messages

    Disc is not loaded Search error De-focusing error Picture stop Other device Input Panic Figure 3-C CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three Automatic Status Auto-Completion Message Error Indication Message Request Status Figure 3-B Meaning Communication line error, framing error, buffer overflow error.
  • Page 23: Initial Settings

    Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 3.3 Initial Settings The internal registers and switches are set to the following conditions when power is turned on. The settings are not re-initialized when the player is put into Park or Door Open Mode. Do not forget to set them to the parameters needed when creating an application program.
  • Page 24: Level Iii Commands For Ld & Cd Control

    3.4 Level III Commands for LD & CD Control The following commands are available in Level III with the CLD-V2800 player. Check marks indicate whether the command functions during LD or CD playback. The page number refers to the page that contains a detailed description and examples of how to use the specific command.
  • Page 25 Figure 3-E (continued from previous page) See Appendix A for Alphabetical Listing of all Level III commands available on the CLD-V2800 player; also included is a separate list of LD-commands available and a separate list of CD-commands available. (continued) Mnemonic...
  • Page 26: Command Formats

    3.5 Command Formats Level III commands on the CLD-V2800 are expressed as “Command Mnemonics”, so they are easy to remember. “Command Mnemonics” are also used for Level III control of the CLD-V2600, CLD-V2400, LD-V8000, LD-V4400, the LD-V2200, & LD-V4200 (a discontinued models), the LC-V330 Autochanger, as well as for the LD-V4100 (PAL player), CLD-V2300 (NTSC/PAL) and the LD-V4300D (NTSC/PAL player).
  • Page 27 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 2) Integer — This indicates that the argument should be an integer number. The value is used to set a control register to some specified value or condition. N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 minimum = 00000 » maximum = 65535 NOTE: The maximum value used to set a control register is 255.
  • Page 28: Status Returns

    • When the request command is at the end of the command string, “R” of the completion message is omitted. ST?F <C/R> 23005 <C/R> ?FST <C/R> 23005 <C/R> CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three 10260 <C/R> R <C/R> TP 120 v. 1.0...
  • Page 29 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 4) Timing The timing from the receipt of a command to the return of the status value is as follows: • T1 is the time from the receipt of <C/R> at the end of the command string to the start of command execution, and is within a maximum of 20 ms.
  • Page 30: Player Control Commands

    3.7 Level III Command Descriptions This section of the manual contains a detailed explanation of each Level III command available for use when controlling the CLD-V2800 from an external computer or controller. The format used to describe each command is as follows:...
  • Page 31 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III * Park Mode 3-12 CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual TP 120 v. 1.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 32 Then the completion status is returned. Execution: * Park Mode, disc in tray. S A <C/R> * Pause Mode: Disc is successfully loaded. CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three R <C/R> IMPORTANT NOTE R <C/R> TP 120 v. 1.0 •...
  • Page 33 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III * Park Mode, no disc in tray. S A <C/R> * Park Mode: There is no disc in the disc tray. 3-14 E 11 <C/R> CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual TP 120 v. 1.0...
  • Page 34 (CDs) T M 0 4 0 4 P L <CR> * Plays to 04 min. 04 seconds then, enters Pause Mode. R CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three R <C/R> TP 120 v. 1.0 • 10/95 R <C/R>...
  • Page 35 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III <C/R> Execution #6: * Pause Mode (CDs) B K 0 3 2 8 1 2 P L <CR> * Plays to 3 min. 28 sec., blk. 12 & enters Pause Mode. R <C/R> NOTE: The On-Screen Display shows 3:28 but if a ?B is sent to the player via computer, the player will return 032812.
  • Page 36 ** NOTE: 2SP plays one frame every second (Step 1) on the CLD-V2800/2600/2400. Similarly, 2SP sets a Step 1 to play one frame every second on the Pioneer LD-V2200, LD-V4400 and LD-V8000. Early versions of the CLD-V2400 played 1 frame every three seconds (Step 3) if a 0SP or 1SP were sent to the player.
  • Page 37 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 10) SCAN FORWARD 11) SCAN REVERSE Function: Rapid forward or reverse scanning of the disc. Format: N F - SCAN FORWARD N R - SCAN REVERSE Explanation: If this command is sent to the player when it is in the Random Access Mode, the pictures on a LaserDisc will move at high speed about 500 frames forward or reverse and audio is squelched.
  • Page 38 † These integers provide compatibility with LD-V8000, LD-V4400 and the LD-V2200. Programs written for the LD-V8000 or LD-V4400 using the “range of integers” in column two will play on the CLD-V2800/2600/2400 at the corresponding speeds in column one. Execution: * Play Mode 3 0 S P M F <C/R>...
  • Page 39 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 16) STOP MARKER Function: Stop marker is set to the specified address. Format: Address Explanation: The specified address is written in the Mark Frame/Time/Block Register or Mark Chapter/Track Register as indicated by the address flag, and the completion status “R”...
  • Page 40 * Address flag = frame C H <C/R> * Address flag = chapter 1 5 S E <C/R> * Search to Chapter 15 CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three R <C/R> R <C/R> R <C/R> R <C/R> TP 120 v.
  • Page 41 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 19) TIME SET LD (CLV Only) & CD Function: Address flag is set to “time.” Format: Explanation: If this command is sent when a CLV LaserDisc or a CD is being played, the address flag is set to “time,” and the subsequent addresses to be handled are evaluated as time numbers.
  • Page 42 * Address flag = block 1 4 1 5 1 6 S E <C/R> * Search to 14 minutes 15 seconds and the 16th block. CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three R <C/R> R <C/R> R <C/R>...
  • Page 43 Frame number Time Code Chapter number When a lead-out search is made on the CLD-V2800, the convergence occurs immediately before the lead-out area, i.e. at the end of the program area. During CD playback, in some cases the actual lead out is longer than the lead out time recorded in the TOC information.
  • Page 44: Player Control Switch Commands

    The squelch condition may be set to show a blue screen or a black screen by adjusting the background color selection parameter in Register C. Integer CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three LD/CD R <CR> Arg. Setting...
  • Page 45 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III Audio Control Register ARG. FUNCTION ANALOG CH1 ANALOG CH2 ANALOG STEREO DIGITAL CH1 DIGITAL CH2 DIGITAL STEREO Figure 3-K CAUTION: If a disc contains only analog or only digital audio, S6 through S9 are set as indicated:...
  • Page 46 KEY LOCK SWITCH Execution: 1 K L <C/R> * Key Lock ON 0 K L <C/R> * Key Lock OFF CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three Squelch Switch Video Switch Squelch Control Video Control R <C/R> Integer...
  • Page 47 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 3.7.3 Display Control 28) DISPLAY CONTROL Function: Character display is turned ON/OFF. Format: Integer Explanation: Contents of the Display Control Register are displayed. The initial value of the register is 0 and the display switch is OFF.
  • Page 48 * Spaces overwrite the seven character word in line 3, so it appears only line 3 is cleared. CS<C/R> * All lines are cleared. CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three LD/CD R <C/R> R <C/R> R <C/R>...
  • Page 49 Register A is set to ON (4RA). First, specify the line number using an integer. (Lines 0-9 are selectable on the CLD-V2800.) After the command character PR is entered, it is terminated with the <C/R> code. In the next command line, specify the character string.
  • Page 50: Request Commands

    CD is playing. Execution: * Play Mode ? C <C/R> CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three * Play Mode (CLV) 0 2 0 4 4 <C/R> ? F <C/R> 0 2 0 4 5 <C/R>...
  • Page 51: Time Number Request ?T

    Frame Register. Time numbers encoded on most discs manufactured since the early 80’s consist of extended time numbers: hour, minutes, seconds, and frames. The CLD-V2800 will access the hours, minutes and seconds encoded on the disc. Older discs may only be encoded with hours and minutes.
  • Page 52: Index Number Request ?I

    The current track, index and P-time (elapsed time of current track) numbers are returned. Format: Explanation: Contents of the P-Time Number Register are returned. CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three 1203 <C/R> 120515 <C/R> TP 120 v. 1.0 • 10/95 3-33...
  • Page 53: Toc Information Request ?Q

    Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III The current track, index and P-time (elapsed time of current track) are returned together as a 10-digit integer. If this command is used when playing the disc at normal speed, the block numbers are renewed even while communication is taking place.
  • Page 54 Playing in multi-speed, as it has been set. Execution: * Play Mode ? P <C/R> S T <C/R> * Still Mode ? P <C/R> CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three LD/CD Code Player Mode Still Pause Search Scan Multi-Speed P 0 4 <C/R>...
  • Page 55: Ld Disc Status Request ?D

    ? D <C/R> * The disc loaded is a CAV 12-inch disc, Side 1, with chapters. † NOTE: LD-ROM discs will not play on the CLD-V2800 player. 41) DISC STATUS REQUEST Function: Attributes of the disc being played are returned.
  • Page 56: Lvp Model Name Request ?X

    Player’s model number is returned. Format: Explanation: The model number of the CLD-V2800 is returned as: P1537XX. First 3 characters (P15) indicate the player is a Pioneer LaserDisc Player. The next two characters (37 in the example above) indicate the player series or model number. The last two digits...
  • Page 57: Communication Control Commands

    Explanation: Contents of the communication control register (CCR) are rewritten. For the CLD-V2800, the Automatic Status can be selected ON or OFF. When Automatic Status is ON the Player returns an “R” upon execution of a command, when it is OFF, it does not.
  • Page 58: Register Control Commands

    * CD Track and Index numbers are processed in the Chapter Register. CD Block numbers are processed as part of the time number in the Frame/Time Register. The display positions on the screen for the CLD-V2800 are pictured below: Frame #(CAV) or Time # (CLV LaserDisc or CD) Chapter #(CAV/CLV) or Track-Index # (CD) CLD-V2800 User’s Display - Lines 0-9...
  • Page 59 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III Line 0 is used for displaying chapter, frame, time and track numbers. Chapter (CAV or CLV) (2) Track-Index (CD) (4) Line 0 Line 1 Figure 3-S Line 0 and 1 are sometimes used for displaying remote control inputs.
  • Page 60 * Play at 1/2 speed while outputting sound. 64 R B 30 S P M F <C/R> * Set to Still and return to normal squelch. ST0RB <C/R> CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three R <C/R> R <C/R> R <C/R> R <C/R>...
  • Page 61 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 47) REGISTER C SET Function: Changes the current setting of Register C. (Miscellaneous) Format: Integer Explanation: When power is turned ON, the Side Repeat function of Register C is set to ON. If Function Switch 3 on the rear panel of the player is ON (DOWN), the Load Start and Power-On Start functions of Register C are also set to ON.
  • Page 62: Register A Request (Display) $A

    * Video and audio squelch are both disabled. 0 R B <C/R> $ B <C/R> * Video and audio squelch are both enabled CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three LD/CD Frame number display Chapter number display User Area display R <C/R>...
  • Page 63 Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 50) REGISTER C REQUEST Function: Returns the contents of Register C. (Miscellaneous) Format: Explanation: Returns function switch setting data in the following format: Execution: * R C = 0 16R C <C/R> * Background color set to Black $ C <C/R>...
  • Page 64: Input Device Control Commands

    ? N <C/R> * Digit 1 Input Note: To regain control of the player if no button is pressed, use the CLEAR command. CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual CLD-V2800 Level III • Chapter Three LD/CD FF <C/R> 23517 07 <C/R>...
  • Page 65: New Command

    Chapter Three • CLD-V2800 Level III 3.7.8 New Command 53) PICTURE STOP Function: Enables or disables picture stops encoded on a LaserDisc. Format: Integer PS Explanation: The default is picture stops enabled 0PS. By sending 1PS, however, picture stops can be disabled or over-ridden so the disc can be played through without interruption.
  • Page 66 Appendix A: Level III Commands for the CLD-V2800 • LD & CD Command List • LD Command List • CD Comand List APPENDIX CLD-V2800 LEVEL III USER’S MANUAL Programmer’s Reference Guide CLD-V2800 Level I & III User’s Manual TP 120...
  • Page 67 Track Set Index Set Block Set Clear Lead Out Symbol Control Switch Commands Audio Control Video Control Key Lock Appendix A Level III Commands for CLD-V2800 Level III Commands for CLD-V2800 Mnemonic Page 3-11 3-11 3-12 3-12 (Address) PL 3-13...
  • Page 68 Integer 3-28 3-29 Integer 3-30 3-31 3-31 3-32 3-32 3-33 3-33 3-33 3-34 3-35 3-36 3-36 3-37 Integer 3-38 3-38 Integer 3-39 3-41 Integer 3-42 3-43 3-43 3-44 3-45 3-45 Integer 3-46 Appendix A Level III Commands for CLD-V2800 —...
  • Page 69 Chapter Set Time Set Clear Lead Out Symbol Control Switch Commands Audio Control Video Control Key Lock Appendix A Level III Commands for CLD-V2800 Level III Commands for CLD-V2800 — LD Mnemonic (Address) PL (Address) MF (Address) MR Integer Address SE...
  • Page 70 Level III Commands for CLD-V2800 — LD Command Display Control Commands Display Control Clear Screen Print Character Request Control Commands Frame Number Request Chapter Number Request Time Request Player Active Mode Request Disc Status Request (LD) LVP Model Name Request...
  • Page 71: Appendix A: Level Iii Commands

    Control Switch Commands Audio Control Video Control Key Lock Display Control Commands Display Control Clear Screen Print Character Appendix A Level III Commands for CLD-V2800 Level III Commands for CLD-V2800 — CD Mnemonic (Address) PL Address SE Address SM Integer Integer...
  • Page 72 Level III Commands for CLD-V2800 — CD Command Request Control Commands Time Request Track Number Request Index Number Request Block Number Request P-Block Number Request TOC Information Request Player Active Mode Request Disc Status Request (CD) LVP Model Name Request...
  • Page 73: Appendix B: Cld-V2800 Interface Cable Specifications

    Appendix B: CLD-V2800 Interface Cable Specifications APPENDIX CLD-V2800 LEVEL III USER’S MANUAL Programmer’s Reference Guide CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual TP 120 v. 2.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 74 LD-V8000, LD-V4200 (discontinued), LD-V2200 videodisc players to the IBM InfoWindow. However, the CC-03 can also be used to interface the above videodisc players to Pioneer’s UC-V102 Videodisc Controller and, with a 25-pin female-to-female adapter, to an IBM PC or compatible that supports a 25-pin RS-232C port.
  • Page 75 Interface Cable Specifications Connecting the CLD-V2800 to Macintosh and Apple II Computers The CLD-V2800 uses the following cables to attach to the computers listed below: Computer Macintosh Plus, SE, II & Apple IIGS Apple II, II+, IIE with Super Serial Card...
  • Page 76 Appendix C: CLD-V2800 Internal Player Controls APPENDIX CLD-V2800 LEVEL III USER’S MANUAL Programmer’s Reference Guide CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual TP 120 v. 2.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 77: Appendix C: Cld-V2800 Internal Player Controls

    The communication control block is divided into eleven units. It analyzes commands sent via various input methods, and executes the commands. Front Panel Buttons The CLD-V2800 has these buttons on the front panel: POWER ON, CD- OPEN/CLOSE, LD-OPEN/CLOSE, PLAY/PAUSE, STILL/STEP FORWARD & REVERSE, SKIP/SCAN FORWARD& REVERSE, and STOP .
  • Page 78 CLD-V2800 Internal Player Controls Character Generator The CLD-V2800 can generate character signals to be superimposed on the video signals displayed by the player. Character data is sent from the command processor to the character generator. The CLD-V2800 can generate characters on Lines 0-9, ten lines with up to 20 characters each.
  • Page 79 P L A Y E R C O N T R O L B L O C K SERVO CONTROL FOCUS SERVO Appendix C CLD-V2800 Internal Player Controls CLD-V2800 Internal Player Controls C O N T R O L B L O C K WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL...
  • Page 80 CLD-V2800 Internal Player Controls Independent Command Processor The CLD-V2800 player can be controlled by several different methods: From the Front Panel Buttons, the Remote Control Unit or Barcode Reader (Level I) or from an external computer via the RS-232 port (Level III).
  • Page 81 If they match, the player automatically holds a still frame or pauses at a specific time location. Appendix C CLD-V2800 Internal Player Controls TP 120 v. 1.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 82 20 characters on up to 10 lines for the user. REG. A to REG. C These are switches used to set specific CLD-V2800 functions. The settings Load Start, Power-On Start and Baud Rates of 4800 or 1200 are read into Register C from the Function Switches at power-ON.
  • Page 83 Appendix D: CLD-V2800 Internal Player Registers APPENDIX CLD-V2800 LEVEL III USER’S MANUAL Programmer’s Reference Guide CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual TP 120 v. 2.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 84: Appendix D: Cld-V2800 Internal Player Registers

    These values are set in the respective registers of the player. The following figure shows a model of the internal registers of the CLD-V2800. It illustrates the relationship between the registers. This model is helpful in understanding the initial state of a particular register or how a given command changes the contents of a register.
  • Page 85 Transmits LaserBarcode compatible data from among the data input by remote control. 10. Serial-Use Address Flag Under serial command, this flag specifies whether the address is assigned as a chapter, track, frame, time, block or index. TP 120 v. 1.0 • 10/95 Appendix D CLD-V2800 Internal Player Registers...
  • Page 86 19. Display Control The frame number and chapter character display ON/OFF switch. 20. Register A, Register B, Register C These switches are concerned with the special functions of the CLD-V2800. Appendix D CLD-V2800 Internal Player Registers TP 120 v. 1.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 87: Appendix E: Additional Notes

    Appendix E: Additional Notes APPENDIX CLD-V2800 LEVEL III USER’S MANUAL Programmer’s Reference Guide CLD-V2800 Level III User’s Manual TP 120 v. 2.0 • 10/95...
  • Page 88 If the video area of a CDV has been recorded using the PAL system, sound only will be reproduced when it is played on a CLD-V2800. (The disc is treated as a CD.) The CLD-V2800 does not support the ?U command, allowing access to the Standard User’s Code that may be encoded on LDs.
  • Page 89 PIONEER NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES, INC. EAST CENTRAL WEST Sales Office Sales Office Corporate Headquarters, Sales, 600 East Crescent Avenue 1263 Hamilton Parkway Marketing & Technical Support Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458-1827 Itasca, IL 60143 2265 E. 220th St., Long Beach, CA 90810...