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  • Page 1 Multi Format Switcher System MVS-8000X System MVS-7000X System (With ICP-X7000 Integrated Control Panel Version 1.0 MVS-8000X MVS-7000X ICP-X7000 MKS-X7075 MKS-X7011 MKS-X7017 MKS-X7018 MKS-X7019 MKS-X7020 MKS-X7024 MKS-X7026 MKS-X7031TB MKS-X7033 MKS-X7035 MKS-X7040 MKS-X7041 MKS-X2700 MKS-X7700 MKS-X7701 MKS-X7702 User’s Guide [English] Software Version 12.50 and Later...
  • Page 2 NOTICE TO USERS © 2014 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved. This manual or the software described herein, in whole or in part, may not be reproduced, translated or reduced to any machine readable form without prior written approval from Sony Corporation.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Cross-Point Control Block ......29 Table of Contents Transition Control Block ......33 Flexi Pad Control Block ......36 Key Control Block ........37 Device Control Block (Trackball) ....40 Chapter 1 Overview Numeric Keypad Control Block ....43 Utility/Shotbox Control Block ....45 Introduction..........
  • Page 4 Bus Selection ..........69 Chapter 4 Keys Signal Assignment and Selection ....72 Inhibiting Operation of Cross-point Overview ............ 95 Buttons ..........73 Key Types ............ 95 Signal Name Display ........74 Key Modifiers ..........96 Transitions ..........74 Key Memory ..........97 Transition Type ...........
  • Page 5 Creating User Programmable DME Chapter 5 Wipes Patterns ........... 150 User Programmable DME Transition Overview ..........125 Mode ..........150 Types of Wipe Pattern ....... 125 Basic Wipe Setting Operations....125 Selecting a Wipe Pattern ......125 Pattern Mix ..........126 Chapter 7 Frame Memory Setting Wipe Modifiers ......
  • Page 6 Loading Files ..........172 Setting Color Corrector Functions ..188 Managing Images using a DDR/VTR ..173 Input Video Process ........188 High-speed Backup and Restoring .... 173 Primary Color Correction ......188 Extracting Images from Video Tape ..174 Secondary Color Correction ......
  • Page 7 Metal Settings ..........243 Chapter 11 DMEs Dim and Fade Settings ....... 243 Glow Settings ..........244 Overview ..........209 Mask Settings ..........244 Devices Supporting DMEs ......209 Freeze Settings ........... 245 Transforms in Three-Dimensional Space Applying Special Effects (Nonlinear Effect (Transforms) ........
  • Page 8 Shaped Video Settings....... 272 Effect Attributes ........298 Invert Settings..........273 Effect Editing ..........299 Key Density Settings ......... 274 Time Settings ..........299 Key Source Selection ........ 274 Paths ............300 Interpolation Settings ........ 274 Effect Execution ........303 Corner Pinning Settings ......
  • Page 9 Creating and Saving a Master Timeline Utility Execution (Menu Panel) ....340 (Numeric Keypad Control Block) .. 323 Utility Execution (Utility/Shotbox Control Creating and Saving a Master Timeline Block) ..........341 (Menu) ..........324 Utility Execution (Cross-Point Control Recalling and Executing a Master Block) ..........
  • Page 10 Macro Register Editing ......360 Renaming a Directory ........ 386 Online Editing of Macro Events ....360 Protecting (Write Inhibit) a Directory ..386 Offline Editing of Macro Events ....362 Deleting a Directory ........387 Macro Attachments ........ 365 Copying Files Between Unit IDs/Group IDs ............
  • Page 11 Setting Automatic Loading of Register Data at Setting Flexi Pad Control Block Button Power On (Autoload Function) ..398 Assignments ........411 Reset and Initialization ......399 Setting Utility/Shotbox Control Block Button Assignments ........411 Settings Relating to Installation and Devices ..........
  • Page 12 Configuring Settings Relating to Setting the Side Flag Material and Operation Effects ..........427 Setting Source Names and Destination Settings Relating to Signal Inputs ..437 Names ..........428 Setting Through Mode ....... 437 Setting Flexi Pad Control Block Button Setting the Video Process ......
  • Page 13 Setting Key Transition Links ....451 Assigning a GPI Output Port ..... 464 Settings Relating to External Device Releasing a GPI Output Port Connections ........452 Assignment........464 Setting the 9-Pin Port Device Interface ..452 GPI Output Settings ........ 465 Setting Switcher GPI Inputs ......
  • Page 14 Disabled Operation and Settings Exporting a User Source Name File to a Menus ..........510 Removable Drive ......477 Disabled Menus on the MVS-8000X ..510 Creating a Patch Table (Conversion Disabled Menus in 4K Systems ....512 Table) ..........477...
  • Page 15 Error Messages Appearing in a Message Box ........... 546 Error Messages Shown in the Error Information Menu ......555 Maintenance ..........556 Replacing Keytop Labels ......556 Cleaning the Control Panel ......556 Index ............557...
  • Page 16: Chapter 1 Overview

    Introduction features System with installed option 4K system boards and settings to This manual is the User’s Guide for the MVS-8000X/ support 4K format 7000X Multi Format Switcher system. System with installed option HD system This manual describes the operation of the system using boards and settings to the ICP-X7000 Integrated Control Panel.
  • Page 17: Features

    Powerful external device interfaces By connecting to a Sony routing switcher or similar, a large system can be built. From the control panel, it is also possible to operate other equipment, including VTRs and disk recorders.
  • Page 18: Basic Video Processing

    Inserting and deleting a key Basic Video Processing You can insert one or more of the eight keys (or downstream keys 1 to 8 on the PGM/PST bank) into the image. If you select a key which is already inserted, the transition This section introduces basic functions used for video processing on the switcher.
  • Page 19 • Wipe Simultaneously changing the background Key 1 • DME Wipe and keys • Clip transition You can change one or more of the eight keys • Cut (downstream keys 1 to 8 on the PGM/PST bank) and the background at the same time. There are two modes for carrying out a transition: auto transitions are carried out by a button operation, and manual transitions are carried out using the fader lever.
  • Page 20: Keys

    Each M/E bank and the PGM/PST bank has eight keyers, and all of these keyers provide the same functions. You can use the following key types (methods of processing the key source). • Luminance key • Linear key • Color vector key •...
  • Page 21: Dme Wipes

    You can also specify the wipe direction, or set the pattern Copy and Swap position, applying various changes and modifiers to the selected wipe pattern. This function can be used to copy and swap the settings between M/E banks and PGM/PST bank, and between For details, see “Wipes”...
  • Page 22: Multi Program 2

    Program output for “Main” frame, with these areas filled with a separate image selected from the utility 1 bus. Key (key 1 to key 8 are available on the main side.) Input source with Image to fill the side flag aspect ratio 4:3 areas (signal selected from utility 1 bus)
  • Page 23: 4k Support

    Data and Operations For details about the switcher configuration required for 4K support, contact your Sony service or sales representative. This section introduces functions used for creation of special effects, control of external devices or switcher For details, see “4K System”...
  • Page 24: External Device Control

    • Key snapshots • Wipe snapshots For details about the devices that can be connected, • DME wipe snapshots consult your Sony representative. For details, see “Snapshots” (page 330). You can also control an external device by registering timeline keyframes beforehand.
  • Page 25: File Operations

    Macro attachment Setup The macro attachment function allows you to assign a control panel button or a particular position of a fader lever to a macro register, linking the execution of the button function or a fader lever operation with a macro execution. Various settings are required, in order to operate the switcher, control panel, DME, external devices, and so on, For details, see “Macros”...
  • Page 26: System Configuration

    Monitor System Configuration System Configuration Example BKS-R series MVS-8000X/7000X MKS-X7700 Multi Format Switcher Processor System Interface Unit P OW E R A P OW E R B Ethernet switch PWS-100SC1 Switcher Control Station MKS-X7011 Menu Panel MKS-X7075 Extension Adaptor ICP-X7000...
  • Page 27: Control Panel Connection Example

    Connection with video device via SDI interface Control Panel Connection Example MKS-X7700 System Interface Unit MVS-8000X/7000X Multi Format Switcher Processor Reference video signal To AC supply To AC supply PWS-100SC1 Switcher Control Station Reference video signal BKS-R series Ethernet switch...
  • Page 28: Names And Functions Of Parts Of The Control Panel

    The maximum number of M/E banks supported by the Note MVS-8000X/7000X system is given below. On the MVS-8000X, M/E-5 cannot be used. M/E-5 MVS-8000X operation and settings are disabled, even if they appear in Five M/E banks maximum (PGM/PST, M/E-1 to M/E-4) the menu.
  • Page 29: Cross-point Control Block

    The cross-point control block is used to select the signals to be used in the M/E banks and PGM/PST bank. Note In the case of the MVS-8000X, only the premium inputs (inputs to the switcher premium input connectors 1 to 20) can be selected as key signals on M/E-4.
  • Page 30 d Cross-point Flexi Pad 1st row 2nd row b Display c Cross-point indicators 3rd row 4th row a Button rows Name Description Used as cross-point buttons for selecting signals and 4th row Selects background B bus signal. functions. a) When a cross-point button is pressed, a key fill signal is selected. When a Name Description cross-point button is pressed while pressing a delegation button, a key...
  • Page 31 For details about re-entry buttons, see “Re-entry buttons” The following information can be shown on the display. • Settings of buttons on the 1st row to 4th row (signal (page 69). name, register name, or function name assigned to the SHIFT button button) •...
  • Page 32 For details, see “Configuring the Cross-Point Flexi Pad” Button Description (page 430). XPTHLD KEY1 to Sets cross-point hold key 1 to 8 XPTHLD KEY8 buses. Use the following buttons to navigate the cross-point Flexi XPTHLD UTIL1 Sets cross-point hold for the utility 1 Pad pages.
  • Page 33: Transition Control Block

    Transition Control Block The transition control block is used to execute transitions. It supports common transitions and independent key transition. a Display d Independent key transition execution section b Transition settings section b Transition settings section c Transition execution section a Display Button name Description...
  • Page 34 For details about multi-program mode, see “Setting the Button name Description Operation Mode” (page 434). KEY1/5, KEY2/6, (Assignment in the Setup menu is KEY3/7, KEY4/8, ADD, required.) Wipe direction selection buttons • Press the [KEY1/5] button, SHIFT These buttons select the wipe direction when the transition turning it on, to insert or remove type is a wipe or DME wipe.
  • Page 35 These buttons are used to control playback, stop, and cue- up operations on connected devices. Independent key transition display section • PLAY button [KEY5 ON] to [KEY8 ON] buttons • STOP button • CUE button For details about operation of external devices, see “Control of VTRs, Disk Recorders, and Extended VTRs”...
  • Page 36 Name Description Independent key Displays the following information transition display for key 1 to key 8. section Key material name (key source name when a key source is selected on the key bus of the cross-point control block), DME channel or resizer being used, transition rate •...
  • Page 37: Flexi Pad Control Block

    a Mode selection buttons Flexi Pad Control Block c UNDO button/ DEL button You use the Flexi Pad control block for recalling and Button name Description saving snapshots, wipe snapshots, DME wipe snapshots, WIPE (wipe snapshot) Switches to wipe snapshot and key snapshots, for recalling and creating macros, for operation mode.
  • Page 38: Key Control Block

    c UNDO button/DEL (delete) button You can change the assignment of bank selection buttons After recalling a register, press the [UNDO] button to in the Setup menu. return to the state before the register was recalled. For details, see “Setting Flexi Pad Control Block Button Or press and hold the [DEL] button and press a register Assignments”...
  • Page 39 Setting buttons display area: Shifted state Button name Description • Assigns key 1 to key 8. KEY1 to KEY8 • Press and hold a [KEY1] to [KEY8] button and press a [M/E1] to [M/E5] or [P/P] button to return the settings of the selected key to the defaults.
  • Page 40 For details, see “Two-Dimensional Transforms and Button name Description Rotation of Keys” (page 117). SHOW KEY Displays the processed key source signal on the specified output (edit SHFT (shift) button preview or image creation bank This button switches the setting buttons between the preview) while the [SHOW KEY] button is pressed (or for a preset shifted and unshifted states.
  • Page 41: Device Control Block (trackball)

    Device Control Block (Trackball) The device control block (trackball) is used for three- keyframe effects, controlling VTRs/disk recorders/frame dimensional transformations using a DME, two- memory clips, setting menu parameters, and so on. a Mode selection dimensional transformations using a resizer, executing d Display buttons e Trackball...
  • Page 42: Operation Buttons

    Button name Description Button name Description • Selects the target DME channel • When the [CTR] is pressed once: CH1 to CH8 CTR (center) in three-dimensional Adjusts the two-dimensional transformation operation mode. transformation setting values to • Select the target DME channel the closest detent positions.
  • Page 43 e Trackball Button name Description This adjusts the parameters of items selected using the • Restricts the parameters targeted X, Y, Z operation buttons. by the operation. When the [X] button is lit: Resizer operation mode Operation on parameter 1 using Moves the key, to which the resizer is applied, in the X and the trackball is enabled.
  • Page 44: Numeric Keypad Control Block

    Numeric Keypad Control Block You use the numeric keypad control block for selecting regions, for recalling and saving shotboxes, snapshots, and keyframe effects, for recalling and creating macros, for entering the transition rate, and for other tasks. a Mode selection dDisplay buttons b Region selection...
  • Page 45: Numeric Keypad Control Block

    e Numeric keypad buttons Button name Description These buttons are used for entering numeric values and (Assignment in the Setup menu is adding snapshot attributes. required.) Selects the router region. Button name Description MCRO (Assignment in the Setup menu is 0 to 9 Enters numeric values.
  • Page 46: Utility/shotbox Control Block

    Utility/Shotbox Control Block a Mode selection buttons You use the utility/shotbox control block for executing executing keyframe effects, editing macros, and display functions assigned to memory recall buttons, editing and the transition rate. b Keyframe control buttons c Memory recall buttons a Mode selection buttons Button name...
  • Page 47: Aux Bus Control Block

    Transition rate display mode Note This mode displays the transition rate set in the image When two utility/shotbox control blocks are used, the creation banks (M/E-1 to M/E-5, PGM/PST) and keys memory recall button settings for the same mode selection (KEY1 to KEY8).
  • Page 48 The operation of the [SHIFT] button in second delegation Name Description mode can be set to one of the following modes in the Setup menu. 1st row When the [2ND DELEG] button is • The shifted state is selected while the button is pressed lit: Selects a bus to assign in the 3rd (hold mode).
  • Page 49 information shown on the display toggles to the signal Button Description names selected on the bus. • Sets cross-point hold on the 3rd XPT HOLD row when the [2ND DELEG] The information shown in each display mode is configured button is lit. in the Setup menu.
  • Page 50: Menu Panel

    Menu Panel The menu panel is used for menu operations. You can change the assignment of user preference buttons in the Setup menu. a Top menu selection buttons For details, see “Setting Menu Panel Button Assignments” c Menu display (page 412). c Menu display Displays the menu.
  • Page 51: Names And Functions Of Parts Of The Menu Screen

    Names and Functions of Parts of the Menu Screen Overview In the MVS system, all detailed settings for basic The menu is operated using the menu panel. operations such as transitions, keys, wipes, and DME are made in menus. In addition, system management, data management, and setup are all performed using menu operations.
  • Page 52 qs b button and B button 6 Function button area 5 Status area 2 Menu page number button 7 Parameter group button 1 Menu title button 0 Keyframe status 4 HF buttons 9 Previous page button qa Default Recall button 8 Parameter setting buttons 3 VF buttons a Menu title button...
  • Page 53 c VF buttons When you press a function button that is These indicate the larger subdivisions (2nd level) of the in this state, another menu appears. menu. (Example: [Chroma Adjust] in the Type Depending on the selected item, the content displayed on menu) the menu screen and the HF button indicators change.
  • Page 54: Top Menu Window

    a Top menu selection buttons b Add Favorite button Top Menu Window c Close button d Page number entry section a Top menu selection buttons Displays the selected menu. b Add Favorite button This button registers the currently displayed menu in the shortcut menu (see page 58) c Close button This button closes the top menu window.
  • Page 55: Numeric Keypad Window

    Numeric Keypad Window i Enter button This button confirms the entered value. 1 Item display If the value is set correctly, the numeric keypad window 2 Max./min. value closes. indication If it is not set correctly, the input display changes color. 3 Input display 4 Close button 5 TC button...
  • Page 56: Keyboard Window

    Keyboard Window space, \ , /, :, ;, , (comma), . (period), <, >, *, ?, ", | Note a Item display b Input display c Close button Except when changing source names, the following characters cannot be used. d BS button m Line feed button e Caps Lock button l Enter button...
  • Page 57: Color Palette Window

    Color Palette Window When parameters are assigned a combination of luminance, saturation, and hue, pressing a parameter setting button displays the color palette window. a Color palette buttons b Operation buttons c Color display section d Numeric keypad control block a Color palette buttons d Numeric keypad control block These buttons display the corresponding color in the color...
  • Page 58: Basic Menu Operations

    Notes Selecting a List Item • On the MVS-8000X, M/E-5 cannot be used. M/E-5 operation and settings are disabled, even if they appear When a list is displayed on the menu screen, use one of the in the menu.
  • Page 59: Returning Settings To Default Values

    Setting a parameter with the mouse Example: Setting the key wipe pattern key parameters To adjust the value of a parameter setting button with the Parameter Adjustment mouse, you can use one of the following three methods. Size Pattern size •...
  • Page 60: Switching Between The Main Menu Site And Sub Menu Site

    To register by page number To delete button settings Select the button you want to delete, and then press In the Home >Favorites >Shortcut menu (0021), select [Clear]. the group to which you want to register the menu. To customize a group Press [Button Edit].
  • Page 61: Shutting Down The Switcher System

    Shutting Down the Switcher System Before turning the switcher system off, shut down the switcher control station and menu using the following procedure. Note If the switcher system is configured with several control panels, shutting down the switcher control station will cause all control panels to not operate correctly.
  • Page 62: Power Supply And Connector Section

    For details about the power supply and connectors of the the control panel and system interface unit. MVS-8000X/7000X Multi Format Switcher Processor, refer to the operation manual of the MVS-8000X/7000X. MKS-X2700 POWER A, B switch and status indicators MKS-X2700/X7700 System Interface Unit...
  • Page 63 Turn the POWER switch off and contact your Sony service representative. • If a status indicator momentarily is lit red when the power supply is turned on, a tone may be emitted, but this does not indicate a fault.
  • Page 64: Rear View

    Rear view g REMOTE 1 to 6 connectors b -AC IN A and B connectors MKS-X7700 c REF IN connectors j TALLY/GPI IN 1 to 34 connectors i TALLY/GPI OUT 1 to 36 connectors d UTIL connector e MVS connector f S-BUS connector g REMOTE 1 to 6 connectors a U terminal...
  • Page 65: Control Panel

    REMOTE 1 to 6 connectors or 1 to 4 connectors (D- sub 9-pin, RS-422A) Connect to a device controlled using Sony 9-pin VTR, VDCP (Video Disk Communications Protocol), Odetics protocol, or P-Bus (Peripheral II Protocol) protocols.
  • Page 66: Bottom View

    Connect to the 12 V DC output of the supplied AC adaptor. b LAN connector (RJ-45, PoE+, 1000BASE-T compliant) Connect to a MVS-8000X/7000X multi format switcher processor and ICP-X7000 integrated control panel via an Ethernet switch. The unit can operate without using an AC adapter if connected to a PoE+ (Power over Ethernet Plus) compatible Ethernet switch.
  • Page 67: Mks-x7011 Menu Panel

    Connect to the system ground. c LAN connector (RJ-45, PoE+, 1000BASE-T compliant) Connect to a MVS-8000X/7000X multi format switcher processor and ICP-X7000 integrated control panel via an Ethernet switch. The unit can operate without using an AC adapter if connected to a PoE+ (Power over Ethernet Plus) compatible Ethernet switch.
  • Page 68: Chapter 3 Signal Selection And Transitions

    Signal Selection and Transitions Chapter Image Creation Operation Flow The switch from the current video stream (appearing on The following illustration shows the flow of operations for Select current background video the corresponding program monitor) to a new video stream carrying out a transition on an M/E bank or the PGM/PST is referred to as a transition.
  • Page 69: Signal Selection

    Signal Selection You carry out signal selection with the cross-point buttons Depending on the module used, each row has 36 buttons, in the cross-point control block of the M/E bank or PGM/ 28 buttons, or 20 buttons. This section describes modules PST bank, and the buttons in the AUX bus control block.
  • Page 70: Overview

    For example, to load the output image from the M/E-1 Overview bank as the background B on the M/E-2 bank, press the M/ E-1 reentry button in the 4th row in the cross-point control The cross-point control block and AUX bus control block block of the M/E-2 bank.
  • Page 71 Control block Bus name Cross-point button Delegation operation rows – Background A bus 3rd row Cross-point control block: – Background B bus 4th row M/E-1 • To assign to the 1st row, press the [1-ROW Key 1 bus to key 8 bus 1st row, 2nd row M/E-2 M/E-3...
  • Page 72 Control block Bus name Delegation operation Cross-point button rows AUX bus control AUX1 bus to AUX48 bus 3rd row, 4th row Press the [AUX 1] to [AUX 48] buttons in the 1st block row/2nd row, turning them on. Frame memory source 1 bus 3rd row, 4th row Press the [FMS 1] button and [FMS 2] button in Frame memory source 2 bus...
  • Page 73: Signal Assignment And Selection

    (page 413). • The input connectors on the rear panel of the switcher (1 to 144 on the MVS-8000X, 1 to 80 on the MVS-7000X) Cross-point control block button numbers SHIFT button 1, 2, 3, 4, ...
  • Page 74: Inhibiting Operation Of Cross-point Buttons

    Note Button Number when the Number when the shift button is not shift button is This setting is cleared when you reset the control panel. pressed (unshifted pressed (shifted state) state) To enable inhibit setting operation, assignment to the From left side to 1 to 35 36 to 70 [XPT INHBT SET] button and [XPT INHBT ALLCLR]...
  • Page 75: Signal Name Display

    Signal Name Display Transitions You can attach a name (source name) to the signal assigned to a cross-point button, with a maximum of 16 characters. Transition Type The specified source name appears on the display of the cross-point control block or AUX bus control block. There are six display modes, depending on the information Type Description...
  • Page 76: Basic Operation For Transitions

    Type Description Independent Basic Operation for key transitions page – Clip Plays back a frame Not selectable Transitions transition memory clip (movie) linked to a mix or wipe transition. – The new video Selectable instantaneously Next transition selection buttons replaces the current video.
  • Page 77 Using transition preview mode (see page 88), you can Note check the transition on the preview monitor. More than one next transition selection buttons can be pressed and lit at the same time. Note When you have selected a wipe or DME wipe as the To change the key overlay sequence for a transition, transition type, set the transition execution range (see set the key priority for after the transition.
  • Page 78: Key Priority Settings

    Setting the Key Priority (Transition Key Priority Settings Control Block) If a number of keys are already inserted in the current Next transition selection buttons video, you can check or change the overlay sequence (key priority). When a key priority ([KEY PRIOR] button) is selected as the next transition, you can also change the key priority when switching to the new video.
  • Page 79: Key Priority Setting Operations (menu)

    the [KEY PRIOR] button is not lit, key setting mode In the <Higher Group> group, select the group to display at the front. for the currently inserted keys is selected. The selected group button is lit green, indicating that Set the key to display at the front. the priority of the keys within the group can be set.
  • Page 80: Selecting The Transition Type (menu)

    Key output status display When a key is currently inserted, “K1” to “K8” are Selecting the Transition displayed highlighted. Type (Menu) Key priority display The key priority is displayed using the numbers 1 to 8 under the status indicators for each key corresponding to You can select the transition type in the Misc >Transition the priority levels 1 to 8.
  • Page 81 One-stroke mode When a key is inserted This mode performs a preset color mix in a single transition. When bus fixed mode is selected in the Setup menu, a preset color mix is always carried out in one-stroke mode. One-time mode This mode switches to the previous transition type automatically when a preset color mix is completed.
  • Page 82: Executing A Transition

    When, with a key inserted, a key is selected in the Executing a Transition next transition There are two modes for carrying out a transition: auto transitions are carried out by a button operation, and manual transitions are carried out using the fader lever. It is also possible to combine both methods, taking control with the fader lever of an auto transition which has partly completed, or complete a transition started with the fader...
  • Page 83 Setting the transition rate (Flexi Pad Note control block) When a clip transition is selected as the transition type, it is not possible to set the transition rate. TRANS RATE button Frame input mode and timecode input TC button mode CLEAR button For numeric input of the transition rate value, there are two modes: frame input mode and timecode input mode.
  • Page 84: Pattern Limit

    displaying a transition rate enables you to enter a transition To enter a difference value rate using the numeric keypad control block. To set the transition rate by specifying a difference value You can change the target that is displayed on the [TRANS from the current value, press the [+/] button, enter the RATE1] to [TRANS RATE3] buttons in the Setup menu difference value, and press the [TRIM] button.
  • Page 85 Setting the pattern limit (menu) Notes This section describes setting the pattern limit on the M/E- • A pattern limit only applies when a wipe or DME wipe 1 bank as an example. is selected as the transition type. • In multi-program mode, pattern limits can be used only Display the pattern limit setting menu.
  • Page 86: Executing An Auto Transition

    • When you press the [CUT] button, the pattern limit is immediately released, and the video switches instantaneously. • When you press the [AUTO TRANS] button, until the next transition state, the transition is executed over the duration given by the transition rate. •...
  • Page 87: Auto/manual Transition Combination

    To pause a partly executed transition Stop moving the fader lever. To resume a paused transition Resume moving the fader lever. Auto/Manual Transition Combination Using the [AUTO TRANS] button, the [CUT] button, and the fader lever, use the following procedures. Moving the fader lever during an auto Once the fader lever If an auto transition is executed...
  • Page 88: Fader Lever Operation In Bus Fixed Mode

    an auto transition, which can always be executed Fader Lever Operation in Bus Fixed regardless of the fader lever direction. Mode Next transition Transition Fader lever direction movement Flip-flop mode and bus fixed mode A t B Top t Bottom Background B t A Bottom t Top...
  • Page 89: Transition Preview

    Operate the fader lever, or press the [AUTO TRANS] Transition Preview button or [CUT] button. On the preview monitor, you can check the effect of the transition. With the preview output of the M/E bank and PGM/PST bank, you can check the effect of a transition in advance. To perform a transition preview, the [TRANS PVW] button must be assigned to a button in the transition control block beforehand in the Setup menu (see page 411).
  • Page 90: Independent Key Transitions

    Independent Key Transitions Overview In addition to common transitions, it is possible to configure independent transitions on the keyers of the M/ E banks and PGM/PST bank. These are called Wipe and mix “independent key transitions.” progress simultaneously. By carrying out an independent key transition in combination with a common transition, different transition types can be used for the background and keys.
  • Page 91 Time offset execution Example 1: When the independent key transition [AUTO TRANS] If the [AUTO TRANS] buttons for the transition and button is pressed later independent key transition are pressed with a time offset, the following result occurs. The common transition type is a wipe and the independent key transition type is a mix.
  • Page 92: Basic Independent Key Transition Operations

    Basic Independent Key Transition Example 2: When the common transition [AUTO TRANS] button is pressed later Operations [KEY5 ON] to [KEY8 ON] buttons Independent key transition display section Independent key transition (mix) Transition (wipe) AUTO TRANS button [KEY1 ON] to [KEY4 ON] buttons Transition control block The transition is Set the independent key transition type.
  • Page 93: Selecting Independent Key Transition Type

    - Wind Setting the Independent Key When the Keyframe Strobe effect is set, the effects are Transition Rate equivalent to operation using keyframes. In this case as well, cancel the unnecessary DME settings. There are two ways of setting the transition rate: entering a value using the numeric keypad control block or using the Transition menu for target key on the M/E or PGM/ Selecting Independent Key...
  • Page 94: Fade-to-black

    To enter a difference value Fade-to-Black To set the transition rate by specifying a difference value from the current value, press the [+/] button, enter the difference value, and press the [TRIM] button. Each time you press the [+/] button, it toggles between plus (+) and This function gradually darkens the program output video minus (–).
  • Page 95: Aux Mix Transitions

    Using the 3rd row or 4th row cross-point buttons, AUX Mix Transitions select the video for before the transition. Press the [AUX MIX] button, turning it on. In addition to M/E and PGM/PST, you can make Note transitions between two AUX buses. To execute an AUX mix transition in the 4th row if secondary delegation mode is set, use the [2ND AUX Preparing an AUX mix transition...
  • Page 96: Chapter 4 Keys

    Keys Chapter Type Description Clean Overview mode Color The key signal is created from a Supported vector key combination of the luminance and chrominance components of the A key is an effect in which a part of the background image key source signal.
  • Page 97: Key Modifiers

    Type Description Video Key Modifiers – Soft Softens the edge of the edge key. Edge modifiers – Zabton Inserts a translucent pattern to the key You can apply borders and other modifiers to the edge of background. You can the key image. adjust the pattern size, softness, density, and Type...
  • Page 98: Key Memory

    In the case of an outline, there is no edge fill signal Key Memory selection, because the key fill signal fills the outline, and the rest of the image remains as the background. The key memory function allows the keyer settings on For the emboss effect, in place of the edge fill signal, the each cross-point button to be automatically stored, so that emboss fill matte 1 and emboss fill matte 2 signals are...
  • Page 99: Key Setting Operations (menu)

    When a key wipe pattern key is selected: Press Key Setting Operations [Pattern Select] to open the M/E-1 >Key1 >Transition >Wipe Adjust >Pattern Select menu (Menu) (1116.2), and select a pattern and set modifiers (see page 134). There are two ways of making key settings: either using Note key setup menus for the switcher bank, or using the key In patterns selected for a wipe pattern or a key wipe...
  • Page 100: Selecting Key Fill And Key Source

    Note If [Split] is selected in step 5, select a key source signal On the MVS-8000X, only the premium inputs (inputs to using one of the following methods. the switcher premium input connectors 1 to 20) can be selected as key signals on the M/E-4 bank.
  • Page 101: Chroma Key Composition And Settings

    block, press and hold the [KEY] button on the cross- In the M/E-1 >Key1 >Type menu (1111), press [Matte] in the <Key Fill> group. point Flexi Pad, and select a signal using the cross-point buttons in the 3rd row/4th row. Press [Matte Adjust].
  • Page 102 inserted signal is also referred to as the foreground, and the Execute auto chroma key. composite image is called a chroma key image. Make manual adjustments as necessary to obtain an optimum chroma key image (see page 102). In the <Mix Mode> group, select the chroma key composition method.
  • Page 103: Key Adjustments (menu)

    Key Adjustments (Menu) You can make the following adjustments using a menu Angle operation. • Chroma key adjustments (see page 102) Hue value of • Key edge modifications (see page 104) reference • Masks (see page 107) color Crop • DME effects for keys (see page 109) •...
  • Page 104 Press [Chroma Adjust]. In the <Color Cancel> group, press [Color Cancel], turning it on. The Chroma Adjust menu (1111.1) appears. Set the following parameters. In the <Auto> group, press [Sample Mark], turning it Parameter Adjustment The foreground video only appears on the monitor, Luminance Luminance with a white box-shaped sample marker.
  • Page 105: Key Edge Modification

    Parameter Adjustment Parameter Adjustment Mixture Ratio of Y balance key Soft Softness of shadow Note Adjusting the window When chroma key shadow is enabled, key edge is changed Enabling the window (see page 102) function allows you to normal and soft edge is disabled. to adjust the detection range used to determine the key signal.
  • Page 106 the cross-point Flexi Pad, then select a signal using Parameter Adjustment the cross-point buttons in the 1st row. Density Density • When separate edge is enabled Note The left, right, top, and bottom border or outline You can assign a utility 1 bus delegation button to widths can be adjusted independently.
  • Page 107 Parameter group [1/2] In the <Edge Fill> group of the M/E-1 >Key1 >Edge menu (1112), select [Matte] and press [Matte Adjust]. Parameter Adjustment The Matte Adjust menu (1112.1) appears. Bottom Key bottom edge position In the <Edge Matte> group, press [Mix Color]. Parameter group [2/2] Parameter Adjustment Set the following parameters.
  • Page 108: Mask

    Key Edge Pattern: Uses a color mixing pattern for When selecting [Aspect] and adjusting the pattern aspect ratio key edge. Pressing [Pattern Select] opens the M/E-1 >Key1 Parameter Adjustment >Edge >Matte Adjust >Mix Ptn Select menu (1112.2), allowing you to select a pattern. Pressing Aspect Aspect ratio [Pattern Adjust] opens the M/E-1 >Key1 >Edge...
  • Page 109 When selecting [Speed] in the <Rotation> group Parameter Adjustment and rotating the pattern at a constant speed Soft Degree of softness of box Parameter Adjustment When [Pattern] is selected Speed Rotation speed of pattern Parameter Adjustment a) See page 131. Size Pattern size Soft...
  • Page 110: Dme Effects For Keys

    3-channel mode Note Keys 5 to 8 – On the MVS-8000X, when the signal format is 1080P, the combination of two consecutively numbered DME - On the MVS-7000X channels that can be selected is DME1 and DME2, DME3 Key to...
  • Page 111 On the cross-point control block, press the [1-ROW DME UTIL1] button in the cross-point Flexi Pad, then On the MVS-8000X, when the signal format is 1080P, this select a signal using the cross-point buttons in the 1st operation is not possible.
  • Page 112: Specifying The Key Output Destination

    For details, see “Setting the Interface Between the DME Feed] in the M/E-1 >Key1 >Processed Key/Resizer menu and the Switcher” (page 455). (1115). [Ext Proc Key] turns on, and the key fill and key source To check DME usage status signals processed on key 1 of the M/E-1 bank are assigned You can check the DME operating status in the Status to frame memory source buses 1 and 2.
  • Page 113: Key Modify Clear

    For details, see “Enabling the Input Signal and AUX Bus Color Corrector” (page 447). Key Operations (Key Control Block) Open the M/E-1 >Key1 >Video Process menu (1117). Press [Video Process], turning it on. Set the following parameters. Setting buttons display area Adjustment knobs Delegation buttons Display...
  • Page 114: Setting The Key Type

    Press the delegation button for the target keyer (KEY1 Selecting a Key Fill to KEY8), turning it on. Set a key fill using the key fill/key source selection The key control block is assigned to the selected keyer buttons. on the selected bank. When using a color matte Press the [SHFT] button to display the shifted state setting Setting the Key Type...
  • Page 115: Key Source Selection

    Key Source Selection Key Adjustments (Key Set a key source using the key fill/key source selection Control Block) buttons. When using a selected key fill and paired key source signal You can make the following adjustments in the key control Press the [AUTO SEL] button, turning it on.
  • Page 116: Dme Effects For Keys

    DME Effects for Keys Parameter Adjustment Top edge width For details about restrictions when using DME, see “DME LEFT Left edge width restrictions” (page 109). RIGHT Right edge width BOTTOM Bottom edge width Assigning a DME to a key To adjust the edge fill color Press the delegation button for the target bank (M/E1 Press the [MORE] button to display the 6th and subsequent to M/E5, P/P), turning it on.
  • Page 117: Other Key Adjustments

    To check DME usage status Using the show key function You can check the DME operating status in the Status While the [SHOW KEY] button is pressed, the key source >DME Status menu (3311) (see page 183). signal for the processed key appears on the specified output.
  • Page 118: Resizer

    Parameter group [1/2] Resizer Parameter Adjustment Location Y Vertical key movement Size Key reduction/enlargement The resizer allows you to apply DME-like effects such as Rotation X Horizontal key rotation image reduction/enlargement, movement, rotation, and changes in aspect ratio, to the generated key portion. Rotation Y Vertical key rotation The following functions are available.
  • Page 119 Reducing, enlarging, rotating, and moving Parameter group [1/2] keys (device control block) Parameter Adjustment LOC X Horizontal key movement Channel selection buttons FINE button LOC Y Vertical key movement Mode selection buttons SIZE Key reduction/enlargement ROT X Horizontal key rotation ROT Y Vertical key rotation PERS...
  • Page 120: Interpolation Settings

    Select the function to be set. To return the resizer to default state (clear work buffer) To change the aspect ratio of the key: Press the [ASP To clear and reset to default state only the two-dimensional PERS] button, turning it on. transform and rotation parameters contained in the work To reduce/enlarge or move the key: Press the [LOC buffer, depending on the resizer operation, press the [CLR...
  • Page 121 Set the parameters. Parameter Adjustment Set the crop settings in the same way as for the DME Inner Soft Softness of inner edge of border crop settings. For details, see “Crop Settings” (page 228). To add a beveled light edge In the <Border Mode>...
  • Page 122: Effect Settings

    Press [Wide Key Border], turning it on. Effect Settings Set the following parameters. Restrictions on resizer effects Parameter Adjustment Restrictions on the use of effects Simultaneously adjust border width Of the resizer effects, using mask, drop shadow, or wide of left and right edges key border requires two resizer hardware units.
  • Page 123 Set the following parameters. Video: Video signal only Set the parameters. Parameter Adjustment If using a dedicated DME interface, set in the same Horizontal gain adjustment way as the DME defocus. Vertical gain adjustment For details, see “Defocus Settings” (page 239). Horizontal and vertical adjustment Setting a mosaic Note...
  • Page 124: Setting Rotation

    Canceling virtual images When [Speed] is selected If an extreme degree of perspective is set for an image, the Parameter Adjustment part of the image exceeding the virtual view point is Speed Rotation speed of pattern displayed wrapped around on the monitor screen. •...
  • Page 125: Key Snapshots

    The button color varies as follows, according to the Key Snapshots register state. Dark blue and gray characters: Register not containing a saved snapshot Dark blue and white characters: Register containing a Key settings, other than the key on/off status and the key saved snapshot priority, can all be instantaneously saved in a dedicated Lit orange: Last recalled register...
  • Page 126: Chapter 5 Wipes

    Wipes Chapter Overview Basic Wipe Setting Operations A wipe is a transition from the current video stream to a new video stream, using a wipe pattern. You carry out wipe setting operations using the Wipe Changing the background by means of a wipe is referred to as a “background wipe,”...
  • Page 127: Pattern Mix

    Positive NAM (+Nam): Creates a pattern with an outline When a mosaic wipe is selected (pattern numbers 200 to 203, 206 to 213, 224 to 247, 250 to 257, 260 to 269) comprising the sub pattern superimposed on the main pattern.
  • Page 128 • Parameter settings Note Start: Point in the transition at which the main pattern is When executing a wipe transition using a pattern mix, it is at 100% recommended that you set the modifier link function to full End: Point in the transition at which the sub pattern is at link mode.
  • Page 129: Setting Wipe Modifiers

    Setting the wipe direction (Direction) When morphing is selected Specify the direction of the wipe effect. Parameter Adjustment Normal Start Point in transition at which main pattern is at 100% Wipe in the normal direction. Point in transition at which sub pattern is at 100% In the <Main/Sub Link>...
  • Page 130 When [Soft Border] is selected Parameter Adjustment Parameter Adjustment Split No Number of splits (1 to 4) Width Border width Spacing Spacing between adjacent patterns Inner Soft Degree of softness inside the border Modifying a wipe pattern edge (Edge) Outer Soft Degree of softness outside the You can apply a border to the pattern or soften the edges.
  • Page 131 In the <Mix Pattern> group, select one of the When selecting [Angle] in the <Rotation> group following. and slanting the pattern Wipe: Wipe pattern selected for a transition Parameter Adjustment Pattern: Use a dedicated pattern. Angle Rotation angle of pattern Depending on the selection in step 3, set the following a) See page 131.
  • Page 132 To move the pattern from its current position (set When [Speed] is selected by Positioner) to the center of the screen during Parameter Adjustment the course of a transition In the <Position> group, press [Auto Center], turning it on. Speed Rotation speed of pattern •...
  • Page 133 H Invert: Inverts the horizontal orientation of patterns Parameter Adjustment alternately. V Invert: Inverts the vertical orientation of patterns Aspect ratio Aspect • Negative values expand alternately. vertically. Non-Mask: Ensure the pattern is always visible on the • Positive values expand screen, even when the positioner function is used horizontally.
  • Page 134 Applying modulation to a wipe pattern Applying barrel or pincushion distortion to (Modulation) the edge of a wipe pattern (Spring) The pattern waveform signal can be modulated, creating As the transition progresses, the edge of the pattern is ripples in the horizontal, vertical, or radial direction along subjected to barrel or pincushion distortion.
  • Page 135: Wipe Modify Clear

    Parameter Adjustment Basic Independent Key Speed of the lateral waves Wave • Negative values set the speed Speed Transition Wipe Setting from the left. • Positive values set the speed Operations from the right. Wipe patterns and supported modifiers You configure independent key transition wipe settings Yes: Available, No: Not available using the Wipe Adjust menu for each keyer.
  • Page 136 Normal: Wipe in normal direction. When [Speed] is selected Normal/Reverse: Wipe in the normal and reverse Parameter Adjustment direction alternately for each transition. Reverse: Wipe in the opposite direction to normal. Speed Rotation speed of pattern a) See page 131. Softening the wipe pattern edge (Soft When [Magnitude] is selected edge)
  • Page 137: Wipe Snapshots

    The button color varies as follows, according to the Wipe Snapshots register state. Dark blue and gray characters: Register not containing a saved snapshot Dark blue and white icon/characters: Register You can save a snapshot of a wipe pattern together with all containing a saved snapshot modifiers and pattern limit settings in a dedicated register Lit orange: Last recalled register...
  • Page 138: Wipe Snapshot Operations (menu)

    This switches the memory recall section to wipe also set to display the register name instead of the pattern snapshot operation mode. number in the Setup menu (see page 428). Press the register button for register with the wipe Notes snapshot you want to recall.
  • Page 139: Chapter 6 Dme Wipes

    DME Wipes Chapter Types of DME Wipe Patterns Overview The patterns used for a DME wipe fall into two broad classes. A DME wipe is a wipe transition that uses a DME effect to Preset patterns: Patterns with predetermined effects change from one video image to the next.
  • Page 140 For details about pattern images (excluding user Note programmable DME), see “DME Wipe Pattern List” On the MVS-8000X, when the signal format is 1080P, 3- (page 481) and “Resizer DME Wipe Pattern List” channel mode patterns are not available. (page 486).
  • Page 141 Yes: Available, No: Not available Pattern group Pattern number Executio DME wipes for common DME wipes for n mode transitions independent key transitions Background Slide 1001 to 1008 2601 to 2608 Squeeze 1021 to 1031 2621 to 2628 Split 1011 to 1013 Door 1041 to 1048 Flip Tumble...
  • Page 142: Dme Wipe Pattern Variation And Modifiers

    • 1381, 1391, 1393, 1394, 1396 DME Wipe Pattern Variation and You can set the center of the transition effect. Modifiers • 2651, 2652 You can move the pattern for each channel, or for You can apply the following changes and modifiers to the two channels simultaneously depending on the selected DME wipe pattern in the same way as for an relative values from the current positions (see...
  • Page 143 DME, the number of keys to which DME effects (including DME wipes) can be applied simultaneously for one M/E bank varies as follows depending on the execution mode of the DME wipe pattern selected for the background. - On the MVS-8000X...
  • Page 144: Basic Dme Wipe Setting Operations

    a) The horizontal center position of the video pasted on Side V. At –100.00, the center is at the left edge of the screen. At +100.00, the center is at the Basic DME Wipe Setting right edge of the screen. b) The vertical center position of the video pasted on Side V.
  • Page 145: Setting Dme Wipe Modifiers

    c) The vertical center position of the video pasted on Side H. At –100.00, the Depending on the selection in step 3, set the following center is at the bottom edge of the screen. At +100.00, the center is at the parameters.
  • Page 146 To return the DME wipe pattern position to the For a pattern in 2-channel mode: Select the center of the screen corresponding channels. You can select more than In the <Position> group, press [Center]. one channel at the same time. Press [Size], turning it on.
  • Page 147 Display indications when multiple channels are selected at the same time The parameter setting value display shows the settings of the lowest-numbered channel. When you adjust the settings, this adjusts the settings on the other channels by the same amount. To crop to 4:3 aspect ratio in 16:9 mode In the <Crop Mode>...
  • Page 148: Dme Wipe Modify Clear

    Basic Independent Key Dead zone Transition DME Wipe Setting Operations You carry out independent key transition DME wipe setting operations using the DME Wipe Adjust menu for each keyer. Transition For details about independent key transitions, see Crop “Independent Key Transitions” (page 89). t: Transition execution time y: Change in transition and cropping amount...
  • Page 149 Specifying the DME wipe direction To return the pattern position to the center of the screen (Direction) In the <Position> group, press [Center]. In the <Direction> group of the M/E-1 >Key1 >Transition >DME Wipe Adjust menu (1116.3), select one of the Setting the DME wipe pattern size (Size) following.
  • Page 150: Dme Wipe Snapshots

    For subsequent operations, go to step 5 in “To set the action when a DME wipe crop transition is executed” DME Wipe Snapshots (page 146). To set the timing of transition completion You can save a snapshot of a DME wipe pattern together with all modifier and pattern limit settings in a dedicated In the <Crop Mode>...
  • Page 151: Creating User Programmable Dme Patterns

    Channel Transition mode Effect group Creating User 1-channel Single transition mode Slide, Split, Door, Programmable DME Page turn, Roll, mode Squeeze, Mirror, Patterns Sphere, Character Trail, Wave, Ripple, 2D Trans, 3D Trans, Sparkle, Split Slide With a user programmable DME, you can use DME effects Flip Tumble Flip Tumble, Mosaic, created through the use of keyframes for a transition on the...
  • Page 152 • In the <Transition Mode> group of the Key Frame • Either create the last keyframe image outside the screen >DME User PGM menu (6114), select [Flip Tumble]. area, or set the image size to zero so that it cannot be seen within the screen.
  • Page 153 - Channel 2: Since the priority is low, it will not be visible on the screen, so no particular restrictions apply. In the Global Effect >Ch1-Ch2 >Combiner Priority menu (4211), set the channel 1 priority higher when setting the priority of channel 1 and channel 2. •...
  • Page 154 Frame Memory Chapter SD system Overview Video format Storage capacity Without With ancillary ancillary data data Frame memory is a function whereby a frame of input 480i/59.94 Approx. 5600 Approx. 4700 video can be frozen and written to memory, for further use frames frames as material for editing.
  • Page 155: Operation Modes

    Such a group is called a “frame memory folder.” Folders Correspondence between input and output can be added or deleted. Folders can be given a name of up There are two buses for capturing frame memory material: to 8 characters. frame memory source bus 1 and frame memory source bus Notes These input buses are used by assigning them to one of the...
  • Page 156: Chapter 7 Frame Memory

    frame memory operations may not be executed correctly. Still Image File Carry out frame memory operations after stopping clip playback. Operations Preparations To create and save a still image file, the following functions are available. Assigning the frame memory outputs (FM1 •...
  • Page 157 a Target selection buttons The lower figure shows the remaining number of frames that can be used as an extended clip. Ancillary data indicator Note Extended clip indicator When the signal format is 1080P, each time a still image is Status indicator saved the remaining space is reduced by two frames.
  • Page 158: Selecting An Input Image

    Single files and pair files: Pair file buttons are displayed When DME is selected on the keyer, the key fill and key with no shadow. Single file buttons are displayed with source signals with DME effect applied are assigned. a shadow. Selected file: Pale blue border.
  • Page 159: Capturing And Saving An Input Image (store)

    Thumbnails of the files within the selected folder appear. Frame: Execute a frame freeze. Field: Execute a field freeze. Off: Release the freeze, and delete the recorded freeze image. Capturing and Saving an Input Image (Store) To return to the prior freeze image state after executing a freeze You can use the signal selected on the frame memory In the <Freeze>...
  • Page 160: Recalling Still Images (recall)

    Setting a mask The save destination folder is the folder selected in step 4 in “Freezing an image and writing it to You can apply a mask to the signal selected on a frame memory” (page 158). memory source bus. If the entered folder name already exists, a message to confirm overwriting appears.
  • Page 161: Image Output

    In the frame memory folder selection area, select the Image Output desired folder. There are two functions related to image output: the By pressing [More] to switch the display, you can reposition function for moving the output image, and the select from a maximum of 12 folders.
  • Page 162: Continuously Capturing Still Images (record)

    Fixing the output image selection (lock Select the desired frame memory (see page 157) function) To enable V/K mode, press [V/K Mode], turning it on. This mode fixes the currently output images as the outputs of FM1 to FM8 When the lock is enabled, even if the Select the folder to hold the freeze image in the frame output is recalled in a snapshot or keyframe, the images memory folder selection area.
  • Page 163 Note Parameter Adjustment The frame memory used for creating an effect must be Register Effect register number assigned to a user region beforehand (see page 435). Note Effect creation To search for an empty register in the user region, use In the Frame Memory menu, effect creation follows the the numeric keypad control block.
  • Page 164: Frame Memory Clip Function

    • Enable: Frame Memory Clip In this state, ancillary data is present, and can be played back. This is the status when [Ancillary Enable] is lit in Function the Frame Memory >Clip >Ancillary Enable menu (2525). This is the status after a clip recording operation. The status information is saved in a file, and the recalled file is reproduced based on this information.
  • Page 165: Frame Memory Clip Operations

    Frame Memory Clip Pair selection buttons Frame memory selection area Operations Frame memory folder Target selection selection area buttons Note When a pair is assigned to the target selection buttons during playback of a frame memory clip (see page 165), frame memory operations may not be executed correctly.
  • Page 166: Clip Playback

    To display the sub file in front To stop during playback, press [Stop]. With direct recall mode enabled, press [Sub Display], To cue up turning it on. Press [Cue]. To search by file name To play the image at the beginning of the clip Press [Find].
  • Page 167: Clip Creation

    To stop playback, press the [STOP], [SHTL], [JOG], [CUE], [REW], [FF], or [ALL STOP] button. Frame memory selection area Pair selection buttons For details about the buttons in the device control block (trackball), see “Device Control Block (Trackball)” Target selection buttons Folder selection area (page 40) and “Controlling the Tape/Disk Transport”...
  • Page 168: Clip Output

    For details, see “Registering a Frame Memory Clip with Press [New]. Ancillary Data” (page 404). Enter the folder name using the keyboard window, and press [Enter]. Recording ancillary data To record ancillary data in a frame memory clip, use the Renaming a folder Frame Memory >Clip >Record menu (2523).
  • Page 169: Clip Transition Operations

    Clip Transition your Sony service or sales representative. To enable ancillary data playback Operations Open the Frame Memory >Clip >Ancillary Enable menu (2525). This plays back a frame memory clip (movie) linked to a mix or wipe transition.
  • Page 170 Position of frame 0 Reference axis Background transition display area Clip transition display area Using either of the following methods, set the end point of the background transition. • Move the fader lever to the desired position, and press [Stop] in the <BKGD Transition Set Timing> group.
  • Page 171: Image Data Management

    In the Frame Memory >Still >Recall menu (2511) or Image Data Management Frame Memory >Clip >Recall menu (2521), recall the pair file. Select the folder which contains the file to be moved. You can carry out the following operations on the files in which images are saved.
  • Page 172: Renaming Files

    LPT0, LPT1, LPT2, LPT3, LPT4, LPT5, LPT6, LPT7, For details about the HDDs that can be connected, consult LPT8, LPT9 your Sony service or sales representative. Selecting the switcher When the system is operating in Dual Simul mode, select the target switcher from which to carry out formatting, file saving, and file recall operations.
  • Page 173: Formatting A Hdd

    shows the information for the reference region Select the HDD partition (FMHDD1 to FMHDD15). switcher. In the <Backup> group, select one of the following. Press [OK]. Replace: Replace the existing data with the new data. Append: Append the new data to the existing data. Formatting a HDD Note When you connect a HDD for the first time, it is necessary...
  • Page 174: Managing Images Using A Ddr/vtr

    Check the message, then press [Yes]. Managing Images using a The file recall operation starts. DDR/VTR Check the message, then press [OK]. High-speed Backup and Restoring You can save all files currently held in frame memory as a backup data set, by high-speed recording on video tape or other medium.
  • Page 175: Extracting Images From Video Tape

    Stop recording on the external device, then press Note [OK]. Make sure to include the red or blue image inserted at the beginning when the data was backed up. If this To save the file list in memory, press [File >File Name Data].
  • Page 176 Example 2: When a video signal clip is followed To view details of images by a key signal clip with the same number of Set the following parameters to check details. frames (pair file) Parameter Adjustment File number V: Video K: key Viewer Timecode of selected image...
  • Page 177: Chapter 8 Color Backgrounds, Copy And Swap, And Other Settings

    Color Backgrounds, Copy and Swap, and Other Settings Chapter Parameter Adjustment Color Backgrounds Making a color combination (color mix) The dedicated generators generate color signals, and these To combine color 1 and color 2, use the following can be used as color backgrounds in video effects. procedure.
  • Page 178: Copy And Swap

    When selecting [Multi] and replicating the pattern Copy and Swap Parameter Adjustment H Multi Number of repetitions of pattern horizontally Overview V Multi Number of repetitions of pattern vertically You can copy or swap the settings between switcher banks Invert Type Pattern layout or between keyers.
  • Page 179 PGM/PST Downstream keys 1 to 8 1 to 8 a) Excluding keys 5 to 8 on M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X. Note If a DME is being used on the copy source keyer, swap Matte data copy and swap source keyer, or swap destination keyer, then if for...
  • Page 180: Basic Copy And Swap Operations

    Wipe: The operation applies to wipes in the transition Note control block. On the MVS-8000X, when the signal format is 1080P, the Key Wipe: The operation applies to independent key combinations for a copy or swap are restricted as follows.
  • Page 181: Misc Menu

    Setting DME override (DME forced select Misc Menu mode) Open the Misc >Enable >Port Enable menu (3211). In the Misc menu, you can carry out the following In the <DME Override> group, select the DME operations. override mode. • Enable or disable control from an external device. •...
  • Page 182: Setting The Aux Mix Transition Rate

    These settings are linked to the corresponding transition Set the transition rate. rate setting operations on each bank. You can also display and set the fade-to-black transition Parameter Adjustment rate. Key1 Trans Key 1 transition rate Rate Misc >Transition >Key/ME/FTB menu Key 2 transition rate Key2 Trans Rate...
  • Page 183: Aux Menu

    • RGB clip AUX Menu Note If the video process is enabled in the Setup menu, the color You can configure the video process and color corrector corrector of the AUX bus cannot be used. for an AUX bus in the AUX menu. For details, see “Enabling the Input Signal and AUX Bus Color Corrector”...
  • Page 184: Status Menu

    Status Menu Router Menu You can check the state of DME usage in the Status menu. You can carry out router switching operations in the Router menu. Displaying DME usage status Open the Status >DME Status menu (3311). Destination Input List Display You can check the list of signals currently input for each destination.
  • Page 185: Video Process

    For details, see “Configuring Router Control” Video Process (page 417). In the Router >Router Control >Router Control menu (5111), press [Change Xpt]. Overview The Change Xpt menu (5111.1) appears. The destination selection buttons appear by group (16 The “video process” is a function that adjusts the buttons) at the top.
  • Page 186: Video Process Memory

    Video process settings menus For details about the video process settings menus for other buses, see “Video process settings menus” Target bus Menu used for (page 185). operation page M/E-1 to Key 1 to key 8 M/E-1 to M/E-5 page 111 This section describes setting the video process on the >Key1 to Key8 M/E-5...
  • Page 187: Chapter 9 Color Corrector

    Color Corrector Chapter Signal When color corrector output is When color Overview corrector format selected output is not selected 3M/E system 4M/E to 6M/E 4M/E to 6M/E The color corrector enables video signal color correction systems systems (black balance/white balance adjustment, gamma 720P Re-entry Re-entry...
  • Page 188: Basic Color Corrector Operations

    For details, see “Enabling selection of all signals for color corrector input” (page 449). Basic Color Corrector Operations Selecting the color corrector output By assigning the signal output from the color corrector to a cross-point button, you can select that signal by pressing Setting a Color Corrector the button.
  • Page 189: Setting Color Corrector Functions

    Output level Setting Color Corrector White balance adjustment Functions This describes setting each color corrector function. You can copy or swap settings data between two color correctors (CCR1 and CCR2). This section describes the operation for setting each Input level Black function of CCR1 as an example.
  • Page 190: Secondary Color Correction

    To return the parameters to their default settings You can also make a pattern selection by pressing In the <Primary CCR> group, press [Unity]. [Mask Ptn Select] in the Mask1 Adjust menu to display the Mix Ptn Select menu (2412.2). Press the desired pattern (1 to 24) to select it, and set Masking a part of the primary color the [Size] and [Soft] parameters.
  • Page 191: Luminance Process

    saturation, and also the hue within a range of ±30 degrees Y Modify mode: Adjusts the output levels of the input of the center value for each color. luminance signal. • White balance adjustment: Sets the output level for You can also mask a part of the region to be corrected. a 100% level input luminance signal.
  • Page 192: Spot Color Adjustment

    Y Modify: Adjusts the output levels of the input Parameter Adjustment luminance signal (Y modify mode). Hue Delay Hue delay If [Tint] or [Color Modify] is selected, set the three regions (Dark, Mid, Bright) in steps 4 to 7. To return the parameters to their default settings If [Y Modify] is selected, set the following parameters.
  • Page 193: Output Video Process

    Parameter Adjustment Note Hue Delay Hue delay This automatic adjustment does not carry out key gain Black Level Black level adjustment. Adjust the key gain as shown in step 6, as required. To return the parameters to their default settings In the <Outer Out Proc>...
  • Page 194: Rgb Clips

    Applying YUV clip effects Set the following parameters. Open the CCR >CCR1 >YUV Clip/RGB Clip menu Parameter Adjustment (2417). R signal adjustment Green G signal adjustment In the <YUV Clip> group, press [YUV Clip], turning it on. Blue B signal adjustment Simultaneous RGB adjustment In the <YUV Clip Adjust>...
  • Page 195: Chapter 10 Special Functions

    Special Functions Chapte Enabling and disabling side flags (menu) Side Flags You can enable or disable side flags for each background (A and B) on the M/E and PGM/PST banks. This section describes enabling side flags on background B on the M/E-1 bank as an example. Overview Open the Misc >Enable >Side Flags menu (3213).
  • Page 196: Wipe Action On Images With Side Flags

    on, but if you press this button, turning it off, the side Wipe from a 4:3 image to another 4:3 flags are temporarily disabled. image (side flags enabled for both images) However, when you select a different 4:3 video material, the [SIDE FLAG] button automatically turns on once Side flag areas again, enabling the side flags.
  • Page 197 DME wipe from a 4:3 image to a 16:9 image DME wipe from a 4:3 image to another 4:3 image (side flags enabled for both images) Wipe action using slide (pattern number 1001) Wipe action using squeeze (pattern number 1031) 16:9 image 4:3 image (Side flags: enabled)
  • Page 198: Multi Program 2

    For details, see “Differences Between Multi Program 2 To enable this function requires BZS-8200X (for the Mode and Standard Mode” (page 202). MVS-8000X) or BZS-7200X (for the MVS-7000X) Multi Program 2 Software. Sequence of operations in Multi Program 2 mode...
  • Page 199: Multi Program 2 Mode Settings (basic Operation)

    • OUT1, OUT2: main only Multi Program 2 Mode Settings • OUT3, OUT4: can be used for either main or sub (Basic Operation) • OUT5, OUT6: sub only For details, see “Assigning the output of each bank in Entering the software install key (first time multi-program mode”...
  • Page 200: Multi Program 2 Mode Settings (other Operations)

    To assign main and sub to two consecutive Press the [MAIN] button so that both the [MAIN] button and [SUB] button are selected. switcher banks This section describes assigning the first switcher bank to If both buttons are selected, the control panel shows M/E-1 main (called the 1st row), and the second switcher the status of the main bank.
  • Page 201 Set the assignment for the main bank. You can inhibit key operations independently for the main bank and sub bank. For details, see “Setting Transition Control Block Button Assignments” (page 411). For details, see “Inhibiting Utility 2 Bus and Key Operations”...
  • Page 202: Functions Added In Multi Program 2

    Bus Space” (page 470). may cause problems in the video. • On the MVS-8000X, a maximum of ten re-entry stages If [136×138] is selected in the <Matrix Size> group, the are supported, with the final output having a delay of 5H.
  • Page 203: Differences Between Multi Program 2 Mode And Standard Mode

    • “Sub Cut” and “Sub Auto Trans” on each switcher bank • Menus for the sub bank are added to menus that can be are added to the selectable actions in the SIU (DCU recalled by pressing a button twice. •...
  • Page 204: Multi Program 2 Mode Restrictions

    • The sub bank background A bus (utility 2 bus) is shared • When recalling a master snapshot with different register with wipe edge border fill. Making a change to one numbers for main and sub, the recall timing may differ affects the other.
  • Page 205: Overview

    1080P. Installing the following software enables processing of 4K images. In the Engineering Setup >System >Format menu • BZS-8570X (for MVS-8000X) or BZS-7570X (for (7313), press [Signal Format]. MVS-7000X) 4K upgrade software • BZS-8560X (for MVS-8000X) or BZS-7560X (for Select a signal from the pop-up window.
  • Page 206: 4k System Restrictions

    3840×2160 or 4096×2160 for each group. Item Restrictions • M/E-2 to M/E-4 banks (MVS-8000X), Functions that In the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Input menu cannot be used in M/E-1 to M/E-5 banks (MVS-7000X) (7332), press [Active Area Size].
  • Page 207 You can change the banks that are not used to P/P, M/E-3, and M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X, and to P/P and M/E-2 to M/E-5 on the MVS-7000X. not supported This operation is configured in the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Config •...
  • Page 208: M/e Configuration Switching (m/e Split)

    • If the signal format is 1080P, each board is used in 1M/ M/E Configuration E mode. However, the number of available keys is four. • In 2M/E mode, DME selection on a single M/E is as Switching (M/E Split) follows.
  • Page 209 Classification 3M/E mode 4M/E mode • Pattern mix cannot be used. • Pattern mix cannot be used. Wipes All M/Es and All M/Es and • Pattern number 162 wipes cannot • Pattern number 162 wipes cannot be used. be used. •...
  • Page 210: Chapter 11 Dmes

    DMEs Chapte • Setting the input signals from the switcher to the MKS- Overview 7470X/7471X (AUX bus outputs), and signals returned to the switcher (re-entry inputs). For details, see “Setting AUX Bus Outputs and Re-entry Inputs” (page 455). DME (Digital Multi Effects) allows you to add three- •...
  • Page 211: Transforms In Three-dimensional Space (transforms)

    There are two types of interfaces available for connecting For example, as shown in the following figure, the image DMEs to the switcher: a dedicated interface and an SDI moves in a different direction when you move it along the interface.
  • Page 212 • Lower left corner of image or monitor Valid values of three-dimensional parameters When using SD format signals: X = –4.00, Y = –3.00, Z The following table shows the valid range of three- = 0.00 dimensional parameters for transforms. The three- dimensional parameters of an image change when you use When using HD format signals: X = –12.00, Y = –9.00, the trackball or Z-ring to execute a transform.
  • Page 213: Transform Operation Modes

    Move image (Location XYZ) Operation mode Detent interval Moves the image on the X-axis, Y-axis, or Z-axis. The Change image perspective (Perspective 1.0000 <X, Y>) direction of movement differs depending on whether source space or target space is selected. Change image perspective (Perspective 1.0000 <Z>) Image movement in source space...
  • Page 214 Image rotation in source space Image axis movement Rotation around the X-axis Rotation around the Y-axis Movement on the X-axis Movement on the Y-axis Rotation around the Z-axis Movement on the Z-axis Image rotation in target space Scale image (Location Size) Changes the size of the whole image.
  • Page 215: Graphics Display

    Change of slope on X-axis Change of aspect ratio Change of aspect ratio in X-axis direction in Y-axis direction Change of slope on Y-axis Graphics Display Simultaneous change aspect Graphics display is a function that allows you to display ratio in X-axis direction and wire frames, coordinate axes, and a grid over the current Y-axis direction DME image, making it easier to create effects in three-...
  • Page 216: Three-dimensional Parameter Display

    Automatically erasing the graphic display Local space coordinate axes Enable [Auto Erase] to automatically erase the graphics display when a keyframe is executed. The graphics display is redisplayed after the keyframe ends, after the time set by the [Recover Time] parameter. Flex shadow center axis When using the flex shadow function (see page 233), enabling [Flex Shadow Axis] displays the center axis of...
  • Page 217 Effect Description/Image Effect Description/Image Crop Crops away the Art Edge Adds edges to the Art Edge source (see edges of an image. (see inner and outer examples page 228) You can crop the page 230) side of the input top, bottom, left, image.
  • Page 218: Video Effects

    Effect Description/Imag e Effect Description/Image Flex Shadow Multi Move Shrinks the image Adds a shadow to (see and replicates the (see the image using page 233) page 240) image vertically only one DME and horizontally. channel. You can specify An input key signal the center point of or full-size key the shrinking, the...
  • Page 219 Effect Description/Image Effect Description/Image Mosaic Divides the image Dim and Dim makes the (see into small tiles so Fade image darker as it page 242) that it looks like a (see recedes into the mosaic. You can page 243) distance. Fade specify the size makes the image and aspect ratio of...
  • Page 220 Effect Description/Image Effect Description/Image Ripple Multi Mirror Applies an effect Divides parts of the (see like ripples (see image into page 249) page 253) spreading out repetitions of across the image. originals and reflections, lining them up vertically and horizontally. Rings Kaleidoscope Partitions the image...
  • Page 221 Corner pinning effect Effect Description/Image Sphere Wraps the whole Effect Description/Image (see image around a page 256) sphere. Corner Pins the four Pinning (see corners of the page 275) foreground to arbitrary positions on the background and inserts the Explosion Divides the image foreground image, (see...
  • Page 222: Global Effects

    Signal inversion (Invert) Effect Description/Image Inverts the input video signal and/or key signal Spotlighting Produces the effect of a spotlight striking the (see horizontally or vertically. You can make separate settings surface of the image. page 265) for the front and back (see page 273). Recursive effects Effect Description/Image...
  • Page 223: Three-dimensional Transform Operations

    and Y-axis directions. Three-Dimensional When the [TRGT] button is lit, this changes the perspective of the image in the X-axis and Y-axis Transform Operations directions using the trackball and the distance of the viewpoint position using the Z-ring. LOC SIZE (location size): Changes the image size using the Z-ring, and moves the image in the X-axis and Y- Use the device control block (trackball) to execute three- axis directions using the trackball.
  • Page 224 The [LOCAL] and [GLB] buttons can be selected at Depending on the axis of the change, operate the trackball and Z-ring as follows. the same time. • To change on the X-axis, rotate the trackball [SRC] button: Selects source space. horizontally.
  • Page 225: Three-dimensional Parameter Display

    Functions assignable to trackball and Z-ring operations Type of three- dimensional space Button Operation Trackball Trackball Z-ring space X-direction Y-direction Three-dimensional transform operation Source/ Move Move image Move image on mode target image on on Y-axis Z-axis space X-axis Value of X Source/ Rotate Rotate...
  • Page 226: Three-dimensional Parameter Entry

    Returning three-dimensional parameters to default state (clear work buffer) Reference channel name Value on X-axis To clear and reset to default state only the three- dimensional transform parameters contained in the work buffer, depending on the DME operation, press the [CLR WORK BUFR] button once in the device control block.
  • Page 227: Virtual Image Cancelation

    Parameter Adjustment Scale Degree to which the graphics display is reduced To automatically erase the graphics display during keyframe execution, press [Auto Erase], turning it on, and then set the following parameter. Parameter Adjustment Recover Time until graphics display appears Virtual image Time again after keyframe execution...
  • Page 228: Applying Special Effects (common Operations)

    Applying Special Effects Applying Special Effects (Common Operations) (Edge Effects) This section describes the operation of each effect using Border Settings the setup procedure in the DME menu. Select the DME channel in the device control block (trackball) before operating the menu. Adding a border Press the [DME] button on the device control block.
  • Page 229: Cg Border Settings

    CImage to be embedded within the border Mix Color: Mix color signal set in the DME >Edge >Color Mix menu (4117) (see page 238) Ext Video: External video signal input to the Ext IN connector If [Flat Color] is selected, set the following parameters. Parameter Adjustment DKey signal for cropping the image within the...
  • Page 230: Beveled Edge Settings

    Signs of numeric settings Parameter Adjustment For H, V, and All settings, it is not necessary to enter Simultaneously adjust width of top the sign (+/–). For example, in the case of an H setting, and bottom edges the value for Left is automatically converted to a Simultaneously adjust width of all negative value, and the value for Right to a positive four edges...
  • Page 231: Key Border Settings

    Press [Art Edge], turning it on. Key Border Settings Note Note The Defocus, Blur, Key Border, and Glow effects The Key Border function is not supported on the MVE- cannot be applied to the Art Edge sections. 8000A. Set the following parameters. Applying key borders Parameter group [1/2] Open the DME >Edge >Key Border menu (4113).
  • Page 232 Gradation Matte: If using boundary lines as borders Example: Moving the right edge position in the “minus” (see step 2), this transitions from color 1 to color direction. 2) (see page 232). Rainbow Matte: The color gradually changes hue from color 1 to color 2 on the border lines. Radial Gradation: Color 1 on the inner side is mixed into color 2 on the outer side, according to the shape of the art edge.
  • Page 233 Setting art edge colors When [Rainbow Gradation] is selected Parameter Adjustment In the <Color Adjust> group of the Art Edge menu Position of gradation border in (4114), select the color (Color 1 to Color 3) to set. horizontal direction Position of gradation border in Set the following parameters.
  • Page 234: Flex Shadow Settings

    Rounding art edge corners In the <Flex Shadow Source> group, select the signal to use for the flex shadow. In the Art Edge menu (4114), press [Round Corner], turning it on. External: Generate using an input key signal. The art edge corners on the inner and outer sides are Internal: Generate using a full-size key signal.
  • Page 235 When the default Axis Loc setting is used Axis Loc V Axis Loc H Perspective Perspective H=–100 H=+100 Shadow skewed with Shadow size and Axis Loc set at the lower perspective adjusted with left corner of the picture default Axis Loc setting Perspective Perspective V=–100...
  • Page 236 Example 2: Flex Shadow is enabled on one channel only. Example 1: When Flex Shadow is enabled on both of two channels. Video Video Video Video Shadow No combine shadow is set. Shadow Shadow No combine shadow is set. Combine shadow is enabled. Density is set to 100.00.
  • Page 237: Wipe Crop Settings

    Press [Wipe Crop], turning it on. Press [Pattern Select]. The Pattern Select menu (4116.1) appears. From the displayed patterns (standard wipe patterns 1 to 24 and 304), press any pattern to select it. You can adjust the size of the pattern using the [Size] parameter.
  • Page 238 Depending on the selection in step 1, set the following Modifying the wipe crop pattern edge parameters. (Edge) You can apply a border to the wipe crop pattern, or soften When [Angle] is selected the boundary. Parameter Adjustment In the <Edge> group of the Wipe Crop menu (4116), Rotation angle of pattern Angle select one of the following.
  • Page 239: Color Mix Settings

    Modifying the combination pattern Color Mix Settings For details about modifying patterns, see the following Note pages. • “Setting the aspect ratio of the wipe crop pattern The color mix function is not supported on the MVE- (Aspect)” (page 236) 8000A.
  • Page 240: Applying Special Effects (effects On The Overall Signal)

    Parameter group [1/2] Applying Special Effects Parameter Adjustment (Effects on the Overall V/K V Simultaneous vertical defocusing of video and key signals Signal) V/K All Simultaneous horizontal and vertical defocusing of video and key signals Video All Simultaneous horizontal and Defocus Settings vertical defocusing of video signal Key All...
  • Page 241: Multi Move Settings

    Press [Blur], turning it on. When [Video] is selected (using DME on an SDI interface) Note Parameter Adjustment On the MVE-8000A, the Glow and Blur effects cannot Horizontal blurring of video signal be enabled at the same time. The most recently set Vertical blurring of video signal effect is enabled.
  • Page 242: Mono Settings

    Set the following parameters. Parameter Adjustment Poster Coarseness of luminance Parameter Adjustment gradations (posterization Mix Y Luminance signal mix amount parameter) Mix C Chrominance signal mix amount Solar Coarseness of chrominance gradations (solarization parameter) Mix All Luminance signal and chrominance signal mix amount To mask the Posterization/Solarization effect with a selected pattern To set the color of the sepia image, press [Sepia...
  • Page 243: Mosaic Settings

    Relief: Apply touches like a bas-relief effect. Sharp: Apply touches that increase the apparent Video output level Video output level resolution. Depending on the selection in step 3, set the following parameters. When [Sketch] is selected Parameter Adjustment Video input level Video input level Mix level for Sketch effect video and input video...
  • Page 244: Metal Settings

    a) 0.00 is the original input image, and 100.00 gives an image transformed by the Sketch effect. Parameter Adjustment b) The larger the Clip value, the narrower the outline width. Mix Ratio Mix level for Metal effect video and input video If a setting other than [Sharp] is selected in step 3, use Y Clip the following procedure as required.
  • Page 245: Glow Settings

    Parameter Adjustment Parameter Adjustment Saturation Saturation Luminance Luminance Saturation Saturation To invert the highlight areas Press [Glow Invert], turning it on. Applying the Fade effect The highlight and non-highlight areas are inverted. To mask the Glow effect with a selected pattern Open the DME >Enhanced Video Modify >Dim &...
  • Page 246: Freeze Settings

    When selecting [Aspect] and adjusting the pattern aspect ratio If [Effect Gp2] is enabled from image 2, then the mask should be applied to portion 2 only, but in fact the border Parameter Adjustment or beveled edge is also masked. Aspect Aspect ratio Image 3: State with [Effect Gp1] and [Effect Gp2] enabled...
  • Page 247: Applying Special Effects (nonlinear Effect Settings)

    Frame: Freeze the signal using frame units. Applying Special Effects Field1: Freeze the first field of the signal. (Nonlinear Effect Note Settings) The freeze timing setting is not required when the following signal formats are being used. 1080P/50, 1080P/59.94, 1080PsF/23.98, 1080PsF/24, 1080PsF/25, 1080PsF/29.97, 720P/50, 720P/59.94 You can add a variety of effects that change the shape of the image as a whole as nonlinear effects.
  • Page 248 When [Size] is selected Modulation is not applied to Size. Parameter Adjustment 1 and 2 are same size. Amp H Amplitude of wave Freq H Frequency of wave Offset H Phase shift direction and offset of wave in horizontal direction Speed H Direction of travel and speed of wave...
  • Page 249: Mosaic Glass Settings

    Set the following parameters. Set the following parameters. When [H&V] is selected in the <Mode> group When [H&V] is selected in the <Mode> group Parameter Adjustment Parameter Adjustment Random H Degree of randomness in Envelope H Smoothness of envelope in horizontal waveform modulation horizontal direction Random V...
  • Page 250: Ripple Settings

    Applying the Twist effect Applying the Ripple effect In the Non Linear >Twist menu (4141.4), set the following In the <Mode> group of the Non Linear >Ripple menu parameters. (4141.5), select the ripple modulation mode. Parameter group [1/2] Radial: Points on radii of the same length from the Parameter Adjustment center of the ripples behave in the same way.
  • Page 251 To limit the direction in which modulation is Parameter Adjustment applied Freq A Frequency of ripple along Press [Plus Only], turning it on. circumference You can limit the direction in which modulation is applied Offset A Phase shift direction and offset of (the direction in which the image expands) to the plus ripple along circumference direction only.
  • Page 252: Rings Settings

    To set the ring center position, press [Position] and set Parameter Adjustment the following parameters. Offset R Center of modulation range along radius Parameter Adjustment Size A Modulation level of ripple along circumference Center point in horizontal direction Offset A Center of modulation range along Center point in vertical direction circumference...
  • Page 253: Blind Settings

    To set the wedge center position Parameter Adjustment When [Wedge] is selected in the <Mode> group, you can Random Degree of randomness in distance set the wedge center position. moved by each block Angle Direction of movement Press [Position]. To set the partition method, press [Partition] and set Set the following parameters.
  • Page 254: Split Slide Settings

    Left to Right: Reflect left side on right. Split Slide Settings Right to Left: Reflect right side on left. Top to Bottom: Reflect top side on bottom. You can set the degree of transition, the degree of Bottom to Top: Reflect bottom side on top. randomness in the distance moved by each block, the degree of sliding, block width, block angle, and other parameters.
  • Page 255: Kaleidoscope Settings

    Circle: Circular shape Parameter Adjustment Rectangle: Rectangular shape Original image center position in Star: Star shape vertical direction Heart: Heart shape Bar: Bar shape Cross: Cross shape Kaleidoscope Settings Set the following parameters, according to the selected You can set the number of blocks, the partition reference lens shape.
  • Page 256: Circle Settings

    H&V: The image turns as it is split from the center Parameter Adjustment into 4 parts: left, right, upper, lower. H: The image turns as it is split from the center into 2 Lens center position in horizontal direction parts: left, right. V: The image turns as it is split from the center into 2 Lens center position in vertical direction...
  • Page 257: Roll Settings

    • For the MKS-7470X/7471X, the same restriction as • For the MKS-7470X/7471X, the same restriction as above applies when the signal format is 1080P only. above applies when the signal format is 1080P only. Roll Settings Sphere Settings There are four modes: H&V, H, V, and Off. You can select You can set the degree of wrapping onto the sphere, the the turn position, the radius of the turned portion, the radius, the horizontal position of the wrapped image, and...
  • Page 258: Swirl Settings

    Set the following parameters. Parameter Adjustment Spiral Degree of curvature of transition path Parameter Adjustment Density Degree to which image disappears When [Rectangle], [Star], [Heart], or [Ellipse] is Random Trail type and amount of stardust selected To set the center position of the swirl Parameter Adjustment Transition Degree of transition...
  • Page 259: Character Trail Settings

    To turn the tip of the trail into stardust a) Set when [Lock] is enabled. b) Set when [Lock] is disabled. Press [Pixel], turning it on. To stop the wave in the melting part Press [Lock], turning it on. Set the following parameters. The wave alternately stops and starts each time the button is pressed.
  • Page 260: Applying Special Effects (lighting And Recursive Effects)

    Parameter Adjustment Applying Special Effects Brightness of whole image Total Ambient (Lighting and Recursive When [Bar] is selected Effects) Parameter Adjustment Light Intensity of light in highlight area Lighting Settings Ambient Intensity of light in ambient area Total Brightness of whole image You can specify the intensity and color of the light and the Ambient lighting pattern.
  • Page 261 Setting the bar mode of the highlight area When [Bar] is selected in step 3 of “Applying the Lighting Center point effect” (page 259), set the bar mode of the highlight area. Angle of of bar Note Width of The bar mode of the highlight area is not supported on the MVE-8000A.
  • Page 262: Trail Settings

    Selecting the afterimage trail signal With no selection With a selection In the <Trail Source> group of the DME >Light/Trail made in the <Bar made in the <Bar >Trail menu (4152), select the image to insert in the Light Mode> group Light Mode>...
  • Page 263: Motion Decay Settings

    When the effect passes a keyframe, the afterimage is Setting a combine process erased before writing a new afterimage. Select whether to add the Trail effect before or after the combine. Selecting the freeze timing Notes In the <Trail Freeze Timing> group of the DME >Light/ Trail >Trail menu (4152), select the timing for freezing a •...
  • Page 264: Keyframe Strobe Settings

    Keyframe Strobe Settings Parameter Adjustment Degree of decay of the video signal Video Deca Note Enabling keyframe strobe automatically disables Trail, a) 0.00 represents no afterimage. 100.00 represents no decay in the afterimage. Motion Decay, or Wind if it is set. In the <Decay Mix Mode>...
  • Page 265: Wind Settings

    Erasing the afterimages that remain in The parameter data for the channel with the lowest number among the channels being combined is memory whenever a keyframe is passed enabled. In the DME >Light/Trail >KF Strobe menu (4154), press KF STRB > Combine: Add the Keyframe Strobe effect [KF Strobe Eraser], turning it on.
  • Page 266: Spotlighting Settings

    Spotlighting Settings Parameter Adjustment Luminance Luminance You can set up to three light sources (lights 1 to 3). Saturation Saturation Notes Hue Rotate: Use a color matte whose hue varies slightly • The Spotlighting effect is not supported on the MVE- with each frame for the trail of the afterimages.
  • Page 267 Light source Light source Image before Coordinate axis = Move movement Texture moves together with DME image. Point Parallel Fix: The texture does not move, even if the DME image Light source moves. Line Whole Image before Coordinate axis = Fix movement Texture does not move, Linking and unlinking image and spotlight...
  • Page 268 Mix: Lighting as if reflected from a mirror. The light Background source can be given a color. Multiply: Lighting as if reflected from a dull surface Front view Spotlight (diffuse reflection). Relation between test spheres and parallel light rays The following figure shows an example of the effect of No effect FRGD selected parallel rays on a test sphere.
  • Page 269 of two setting values are the same, the effect is the same Linear]. An install key must be entered to use the even if the integral parts are different. software. For details, see “Configuring Settings to Use the The integral part of a setting value is used when moving a Software”...
  • Page 270 The Texture Ptn Select menu (4156.1) appears. In the <Spot Lighting Adjust> group of the DME In the status area, two lists appear. The list on the left >Light/Trail > Spot Lighting menu (4156), press displays the number and name of the currently selected [Light 1].
  • Page 271 When other than [Flat] is selected in the <Surface Select> b) Minus moves left, plus moves right. c) Minus moves down, plus moves up. group of the Spot Lighting menu (4156), only the part of d) Minus moves forward, plus moves toward the rear. the surface being struck by the currently set light from the light source is shown in the state as if [Flat] had been In the <Axis Select>...
  • Page 272 Parameter Adjustment Parameter Adjustment Angle Rotation angle of ring Saturation Saturation a) –1.00 is one rotation in the counterclockwise direction. +1.00 is one Brilliance of surface struck by light Brilliancy rotation in the clockwise direction. Note When [Hue Rotation] is selected There is no [Radius] parameter setting when [Line] is Parameter Adjustment selected in the <Spot Mode>...
  • Page 273: Applying Special Effects (other Effects)

    page 264) effects. If [Mix Color] or [Ext Video] is Applying Special Effects selected for one of these effects, the [Mix Color] or [Ext Video] for the other effects is disabled, and (Other Effects) [Flat Color] is selected in its place. •...
  • Page 274: Invert Settings

    Enabling/disabling shaped video (b) A different image appears in the parts removed by key processing The following states result, depending on the selected Open the DME >Input/Output >Video/Key menu effect. (4162). Removal with the key can be checked by enabling the background.
  • Page 275: Key Density Settings

    Key Density Settings Notes • [Ext Key] and [Lum Key] in the <Front Key> group You can adjust the key density for the key signal input to share the [Clip] and [Gain] parameter settings. the DME. Similarly, [Ext Key] and [Lum Key] in the <Back Key>...
  • Page 276: Corner Pinning Settings

    • The anti-moiré filter is effective when using the MVE- Mode1: Even when the picture is reduced, add 8000A. compensation so that it can be seen clearly (standard). Mode2: Suppress aliasing when expanding or Selecting an interpolation method reducing the picture (soft). Mode3: Do not suppress aliasing when expanding or Open the DME >Input/Output >Process menu (4163).
  • Page 277: Adjusting The Zoom

    Adjusting the density of the foreground You can adjust the density of the foreground image to be translucent so that the background shows through, making it easier to position the corners. Active marker Note Other markers This setting is not saved in a key frame or snapshot. In the DME >Non Linear/Corner Pin >Corner Pinning In the <Corner Select>...
  • Page 278: Global Effects

    Combination of channel 1 (Ch1) and channel 2 Global Effects (Ch2) Combiner Overview Global effects are special effects created by combining the images of successive channels. The Global Effect menu is used to add these effects. The following types of global effects are available. Note On the MVE-8000A, when the signal format is 1080P, the combiner and brick effects cannot be used on three or more...
  • Page 279 If the Mix1 setting is set to 70, the proportion of the Setting the combiner channels in the mixed portion in the previous illustration is The setup menu varies depending on the combiner usage as shown in the following table. status.
  • Page 280 For “Ch1+Ch2” Parameter Adjustment Degree of mixing a) See page 277. For “Ch1+Ch2+Ch3” Parameter Adjustment Mix1 Degree of mixing of channel 1 with Combiner1 Priority1: Ch1 result of Mix2 Combiner1 Priority2: Ch2 Combiner2 Priority1: Ch4 Mix2 Degree of mixing of channels 2 and Combiner2 Priority2: Ch3 a) See page 278.
  • Page 281: Brick Settings

    Note Parameter Adjustment It is not possible to cross images. If an image is rotated, the Soft1 Softness of edges of channel 1 and priority is determined by the position on the Z-axis of the channel 2 crossed section center of the image. Press [Combiner2 Depth], turning it on.
  • Page 282: Shadow Settings

    For the images on the other sides, use a similar operation Notes in the following groups: • When Brick is enabled, the Z-axis position of the • Back image of Side H: <Side H Back> group • Front image of Side V: <Side V Front> group Front image in source space is shifted by •...
  • Page 283 This section describes adding a drop shadow using Ch1 and Ch2 as an example. Open the Global Effect >Ch1-Ch4 >Shadow menu (4213). Press [Ch1 Shadow], turning it on. Drop Shadow is enabled, and channel 2 becomes the channel for the shadow to the image. You can adjust the position and density of the shadow.
  • Page 284: Chapter 12 External Devices

    Take care when executing simultaneously with a For details about the devices that can be connected, switcher or DME keyframe effect, since the actions are consult your Sony representative. not executed in the reverse direction. • The following keyframe functions cannot be used.
  • Page 285: Control Of P-bus Devices

    File related functions Control of P-Bus Devices As effect data, you can save and recall, using the File menu. In this system, you can control P-Bus devices through the 9-pin serial port of an SIU. P-Bus device control modes There are two modes of P-Bus device control, as follows. Trigger: Operating a previously specified button outputs the command for an action assigned to that button.
  • Page 286: P-bus Trigger

    For details, see “Setting the first keyframe when rewind is Select the ID (0 to 23) of the device you want to set. executed” (page 427). Select the action. You can select “2” (Store), “3” (Recall), or “4” Carrying out a Direct Store (Trigger).
  • Page 287: Control Of Gpi Devices

    The control block switches to effect operation mode, Control of GPI Devices and the [EFF] button and [RCALL] button light amber. Press the [P-BUS] button to select the P-Bus region. In this system, you can control GPI devices through the GPI output port of an SIU.
  • Page 288 Select the trigger pulse output destination. button is pressed the first keyframe action is not executed. In this case, the Rewind Action setting is still valid. To select the GPI port on the rear panel of the SIU, select “2” (DCU). For details, see “Setting the first keyframe when rewind is executed”...
  • Page 289: Control Of Vtrs, Disk Recorders, And Extended Vtrs

    Control of VTRs, Disk Recorders, and Extended VTRs In this system, for up to 12 VTRs, disk recorders or Extended VTRs connected to an SIU, you can carry out the following manual operations and timeline settings. • Controlling manually from the device control block (trackball).
  • Page 290 Button Operation FINE (Only available when video disk communications protocol is used) Enable fine adjustment through Z-ring Reverse Forward operation while the [SHTL] button or direction direction [JOG] button is pressed (fine mode). VAR (variable Enable playback or rewind at variable playback) speed.
  • Page 291: Displaying Vtr/disk Recorder/extended Vtr Information

    Notes Operating When VTR is used When video disk status communications • Recording is not possible if the VTR or disk recorder is display protocol, Extended not set to Recorder. VTR, or Odetics • The disk recorder type must be specified to use the video protocol is used disk communications protocol (see page 467).
  • Page 292: Cueup & Play

    Mode: Shows operation mode (Loop or Recue) set for the Select the target region to set using the region selection device. buttons. For details about region selection, see “Region Device control block display selection in the numeric keypad control block” The current time, start point, and stop point can be viewed in the device control block (trackball) display.
  • Page 293 Press the [ENTER] button. Carry out any of the following operations as required. • To set the start point, press [Set] in the <Start TC> Automatically executing Cueup & Play group. • To set the stop point, press [Set] in the <Stop TC> By recalling a register in which you have saved setting data group.
  • Page 294: Vtr/disk Recorder/extended Vtr Timeline

    • From pressing the [RUN] button to the time when the VTR/Disk Recorder/Extended VTR effect actually starts execution may take around one Timeline second. In order that pressing the [RUN] button after [REWIND] For a keyframe effect controlled from the control panel, makes the effect start execution as soon as possible, set the timeline allows you to set a VTR, disk recorder or cueing up of the file for operation as a rewind...
  • Page 295 Select the device. KF1 action Operating KF2 action setting status of file A setting To set the name of a file when using an Extended VTR Start Playback Cueup or disk recorder, recall the file using the Device Variable Speed Playing at Cueup >DDR/VTR >File List menu (5333).
  • Page 296: Disk Recorder/extended Vtr File Operations

    Set: Set the speed that is adjusted with the following Disk Recorder/Extended VTR File parameter. Operations Parameter Adjustment Material held on a disk recorder/Extended VTR is Variable Variable speed managed in units of files. You can recall a file to play it To set other devices, repeat steps 2 to 7.
  • Page 297 To sort the files in the list In the <Sort> group, select the sorting method. File Name: Sort in alphabetical order of file name. File No: Sort in ascending file number order (low t high). Update: Sort in file update date order (new t old). Notes •...
  • Page 298: Regions

    Keyframes Chapte • To reproduce a frame memory still image or a clip of Regions them by recalling a snapshot or keyframe, you must have the same images that were present in the frame memory when you saved the snapshot or keyframe. Therefore, when saving a snapshot or keyframe using frame The term “region”...
  • Page 299: Effects

    Registers Keyframes A register is an area of memory in a device which holds a A keyframe represents an instantaneous state of an image; snapshot (see page 330), keyframe, macro (see page 348), it can be saved and recalled for reuse. and so on.
  • Page 300: Effect Editing

    attributes. Temporary attributes are set when a keyframe Difference in keyframes to which a modify effect is recalled. operation applies Effect Variable duration Constant duration position mode mode Effect Editing On a Applies to currently Applies to currently keyframe selected keyframe selected keyframe For editing operations such as to insert, delete, or modify a Between two...
  • Page 301: Paths

    Changes in the effect duration caused by Deletion position Change in effect duration inserting a keyframe Deletion of the first • When the effect is stopped on a keyframe, inserting a keyframe keyframe increases the effect duration by the duration of the inserted keyframe.
  • Page 302 Item Paths that can be set Item Paths that can be set Key1 to Key8 Overall path settings for items Overall path settings for color relating to keys 1 to 8 are made corrector items are made CCR All Key1 All to simultaneously.
  • Page 303 DME Effect menu Item Paths that can be set Pers Overall path settings for items Item Paths that can be set relating to perspective are made Pers All Effect All Overall path settings for DME effect simultaneously. items are made simultaneously. Pers X, Pers Paths for the X-, Y-, and Z-axes Edge...
  • Page 304: Effect Execution

    which then runs to the next pause point or the end of the Item Paths that can be set effect. Combine Path for combiner Run mode setting Shadow Path for shadow You can select from the following run modes for when the Brick Path for brick effect is executed.
  • Page 305 Executing effects (see page 321) This provides a smooth effect, based on the time and path settings. Saving effects (see page 322) Save a completed effect in a register.
  • Page 306: Displaying The Timeline Menu

    Displaying the Timeline Menu By displaying the Key Frame >Time Line menu (6111), you can view keyframe effects on the timeline for each region, and the associated information. Interpreting the Timeline Menu The following are the main parts of the menu screen. g Keyframe status a Region name and register number...
  • Page 307: Timeline Menu Display Settings

    In the Key Frame >Timeline Assign menu (6115), Timeline Menu Display Settings select the region. The Timeline menu shows a timeline for each region, but Press the [Display] button to set the display on or off. you can also restrict the regions to be shown. To disable the display, press [Display], turning it off.
  • Page 308: Recalling A Register

    [MASTR]: Master timeline / master snapshot Recalling a Register You can select more than one region. The first selected button becomes the reference region, and is lit green. Subsequent selected buttons are lit amber. Use the numeric keypad control block to recall a register. Pressing one of the amber-lit region selection buttons, For each region there are 99 registers dedicated to while holding down [EFF] or [SNAPSHOT], turns the...
  • Page 309 To search for an empty register in the 100 range, press [1], Note [0], [0], [.] (period) in this order. After recalling the master timeline, you cannot undo the Similarly, to search for an empty register in the 200 range, recall.
  • Page 310: Specifying The Region And Edit Points

    Specifying the Region and Edit Points Region Selection Recalling regions to edit (numeric keypad control block) Select the region in which the editing is applied by the effect consisting of keyframes, using the region selection buttons in the numeric keypad control block. Press a button on the left of the status area, to select the button you want to assign.
  • Page 311: Creating And Editing Keyframes

    To set the edit points, use any of the following operations Creating and Editing with the memory recall buttons. • To move the edit point to the keyframe immediately after Keyframes the current time (the position at which the effect is currently stopped), press the [NEXT KF] button.
  • Page 312: Inserting Keyframes

    To modify from the edit point to a particular Inserting Keyframes keyframe You can insert a keyframe in an existing effect. Press the [KF MCRO EDIT] button, then press the [EDIT ENBL] button, turning it on orange. Press the [KF MCRO EDIT] button, then press the [EDIT ENBL] button, turning it on orange.
  • Page 313: Deleting Keyframes

    The display in the numeric keypad control block Modifying the keyframes by holding down the shows the current keyframe number and the indication [SHIFT] button and pressing the [MOD] button “TO.” The modified parameter values are taken as relative values, which modify all of the selected keyframes. Using the numeric keypad in the numeric keypad control block, carry out the following operations.
  • Page 314: Moving Keyframes

    Press the [PASTE] button. Moving Keyframes This inserts the keyframe you have copied after the current keyframe. Press the [KF MCRO EDIT] button, then press the In constant duration mode, the copied keyframe [EDIT ENBL] button, turning it on orange. overwrites the edit point.
  • Page 315 “FM” (from) indicates the start point of the loop range, To modify the loop count, press [CLR] and enter the while “TO” indicates the end point. new loop count. Press the [ENTER] button. With the numeric keypad buttons of the numeric keypad control block, enter the number of the last keyframe in the loop range (end point).
  • Page 316: Undoing An Edit Operation

    movement is reflected at both the transition start point and end point (see page 316). Before The operation is carried out according to DME wipe deletion patterns 1202, 1203, or 1204. Deletion Frame in-out V (Frame I/O V): A type of frame in-out mode, which is specified when creating a transition After deletion...
  • Page 317 Transition First transition Transition Transition First transition Transition start completion start completion point point Effect execution Effect execution Image created by interpolation Image created by interpolation Background A Background A Background B Background B At the first transition completion point, if you move the At the first transition completion point, if you move the image with the positioner, the transition appears as image with the positioner, the transition appears as...
  • Page 318 filled with the signal selected on the DME external video Transition First transition Transition bus. start completion For 3-channel mode brick, the part of the pattern image point shown in dark gray is filled with the DME external video signal, and the light gray portion with the signal selected as follows.
  • Page 319: Time Settings

    You can also use the [TRIM] button to enter a Time Settings difference value (see page 310). Press the [ENTER] button to confirm the entry. You can determine the execution time of an effect by Note setting either the keyframe durations or the effect duration (see page 299).
  • Page 320: Path Settings

    You can also use the [TRIM] button to enter a Path Settings difference value (see page 310) Press the [ENTER] button to confirm the entry. The term “path” (see page 300) refers to the specification of how interpolation is carried out from one keyframe to the next.
  • Page 321 Parameter Adjustment Tens Spline interpolation tension Bias Spline interpolation bias Cont Spline interpolation continuity Changing the path type for Hue In the Key Frame >Path menu (6113), press [M/E-1]. The M/E-1 menu (6113.1) appears. Press the “Hue” path type indication for the [Key1] item that you want to change.
  • Page 322: Effect Execution

    This recalls the effect saved in the register. Effect Execution Press the [RUN] button in the utility/shotbox control block. By using the [RUN] button in the utility/shotbox control The [RUN] button lights amber and the effect is block, you can replay the effect as a continuous sequence executed automatically.
  • Page 323: Saving Effects

    When the [REV] button is lit: The effect is executed in Saving Effects the direction from the last keyframe to the first keyframe. When the [NORM/REV] button is lit: Each time the effect is executed, the direction reverses. When you recall an effect, the currently recalled effect is automatically saved in a register.
  • Page 324: Creating And Saving A Master Timeline

    To undo the saving of an effect Creating and Saving a While the [STORE STATS] button is lit amber, press and hold the [STORE STATS] button and press the [UNDO] Master Timeline button. You can save region information (information on any regions, including the register numbers associated with the regions) referred to as a master timeline in a dedicated register.
  • Page 325: Creating And Saving A Master Timeline (menu)

    Checking the regions saved on a master Notes timeline • It is not possible to undo a master timeline save. For example in the course of changing a master timeline, • Saving the master timeline does not carry out a save of you can check which regions are saved in the register.
  • Page 326: Recalling And Executing A Master Timeline

    To select all regions, press [ALL]. To select all Recalling and Executing a switcher-related regions (M/E, P/P, User), press [SWR ALL]. Master Timeline Press [Assign], turning it on. If the selected register is locked, a confirmation For details about recalling a master timeline in the message appears asking whether or not to cancel the numeric keypad control block, see “Recalling a Register operation.
  • Page 327: Editing Registers

    Select from bank 0 to 9 (register number 1 to 99) for Editing Registers the effect. For details about bank selection, see “Bank and register selection in the Flexi Pad control block” (page 334). Using the Effect menu, you can carry out the following effect register operations.
  • Page 328 Press [OK]. To select multiple registers with the [Num] parameter Select a register. Specify the register number in the [Register] parameter, and set the quantity in the [Num] To select all registers, press [ALL]. To select multiple parameter. registers, set the [Num] parameter (see page 327). The specified amount of registers is selected from the specified register number.
  • Page 329: Effect Register List View And Editing

    The left side of the status area shows a list for the Enter a name of up to 8 characters in the keyboard window, and press [Enter]. register to be placed at the back when merged. The right side shows a list for the register to be placed at the front when merged.
  • Page 330 Copying data in effect registers This applies to all regions. In the Effect >Status menu (6200), select the copy source register. In the <Copy> group, press [From ]. Select the copy destination register. In the <Copy> group, press [To ]. Deleting data from effect registers This applies to all regions.
  • Page 331: Chapter 14 Snapshots

    Snapshots Chapte This section describes the snapshots that apply to a Overview particular region. Snapshot Attributes The term “snapshot” refers to a function whereby the various settings required to apply a particular effect to an An individual snapshot may also have attached special image are saved in memory as a set of data, for recall as conditions relating to switcher or DME operation when the required, to reproduce the original state.
  • Page 332: Snapshot Operations (numeric Keypad Control Block)

    For details, see “Setting Switcher GPI Outputs” Snapshot Operations (page 454) Clip event: Recall a frame memory clip immediately after (Numeric Keypad Control the snapshot is recalled. Block) Auto play: Play a frame memory clip immediately after the snapshot is recalled. Table of available attributes Saving and Recalling Snapshots The attributes that can be used depend on the region, as...
  • Page 333 M/E1 to M/E5, P/P, USER1 to USER8, Recalling a snapshot DME1 to DME8, RTR, ALL In the numeric keypad control block, press the For details about region selection, see “Region [SNAPSHOT] button. selection in the numeric keypad control block” (page 307). The control block switches to snapshot operation mode, and the [SNAPSHOT] button and [RCALL] For details about saving a master snapshot, see...
  • Page 334: Snapshot Operations (flexi Pad Control Block)

    Notes Snapshot Operations • The cross-point hold and key disable settings are (Flexi Pad Control Block) maintained until you next press and release the cross-point hold button. • Adding a temporary attribute does not affect the attribute settings saved in registers. In the Flexi Pad control block on each M/E bank and PGM/ •...
  • Page 335: Saving And Recalling Snapshots

    The selected bank and register number are displayed on the Bank Register top right button in the memory recall section. number number Bank 8 80 to 89 Saving and Recalling Snapshots Bank 9 90 to 99 Bank 10 100 to 109 This section describes operation of snapshots on M/E-1 Bank 11 110 to 119...
  • Page 336 In the M/E-1 bank Flexi Pad control block, press the [SNAPSHOT] button. This switches the memory recall section to snapshot operation mode. The last recalled bank is displayed on the M/E-1 bank. Select the target bank for operation using the bank selection buttons.
  • Page 337 This switches the memory recall section to snapshot This switches the memory recall section to snapshot operation mode. operation mode. The last recalled bank is displayed on the M/E-1 bank. The last recalled bank is displayed on the M/E-1 bank. Select the target bank for operation using the bank Select the target bank for operation using the bank selection buttons.
  • Page 338: Snapshot Operations (menu)

    In the <Attribute> group, select the attribute (see Snapshot Operations page 330) you want to add. Configure the attribute, as required. (Menu) To add the cross-point hold attribute Operations in the Snapshot menu Note You use the Snapshot menu to make snapshot settings. To add key disable to the cross-point hold attribute The Snapshot menu displays the status of each register, requires a setting in the Setup menu.
  • Page 339: Snapshot Status Display

    Empty status: When the register is empty, “E” is Parameter Adjustment displayed. Attribute settings: The attributes set for a register are Temp Dur Temporary attribute dissolve duration shown by the following character codes. To add the auto transition attribute • When the cross-point hold attribute is added Press [Auto Transition], turning it on.
  • Page 340: Setting Key Snapshot Attributes

    DME: DME ch1 (“DME1”), ch2 (“DME2”), ch3 Setting Key Snapshot Attributes (“DME3”), ch4 (“DME4”), ch5 (“DME5”), ch6 (“DME6”), ch7 (“DME7”), ch8 (“DME8”) Misc: Router (“RTR”) Adding attributes to a key snapshot Open the Snapshot >Key Snapshot >Attribute menu Snapshot Register Editing (6351).
  • Page 341: Operations In The Misc >snapshot Menu On A Switcher Bank

    Adding attributes to a snapshot Operations in the Misc >Snapshot You can add attributes to a snapshot whose button is lit Menu on a Switcher Bank green in the M/E-1 >Misc >Snapshot menu (1177). To limit snapshot settings to the M/E or PGM/PST banks, To add the cross-point hold attribute, select the target use the Misc menu on each bank.
  • Page 342: Chapter 15 Utility/shotbox

    Utility/Shotbox Chapte Utility Overview Utility Execution The utility function refers to a function whereby you can You can execute utility functions using the menu panel, assign an arbitrary action or a shortcut for frequently used utility/shotbox control block, or cross-point control block. menu to a particular button, then instantly recall the action For details of shotbox execution, see “Shotbox Execution”...
  • Page 343: Utility Execution (utility/shotbox Control Block)

    • For actions that enable/disable a function, the Utility Execution (Utility/Shotbox selected button is lit orange, and the function is Control Block) enabled. To disable the function, press the button again. • For other actions, the function for the selected button is executed.
  • Page 344: Shotbox Overview

    Press [2-ROW UTIL/SBOX1] in the cross-point Flexi Shotbox Overview Pad. Press the cross-point button with the registered action you want to execute in the 2nd row. The term “shotbox” refers to a function whereby for each • For actions that enable/disable a function, the specified region, any snapshot or keyframe effect can be recalled simultaneously.
  • Page 345: Shotbox Register Creation

    For details about region selection, see “Region selection in the numeric keypad control block” Shotbox Register (page 307). Creation Enter the save destination shotbox register number using the numeric keypad buttons. You can create a shotbox register using the numeric For details about selecting a register, see “Register keypad control block or the menu.
  • Page 346: Shotbox Register Creation (menu)

    To check the snapshot region: Press the Select a register. [SNAPSHOT] button, turning it on. Press [Edit]. To check the effects region: Press the [EFF] button, turning it on. The Edit menu (6411.1) appears. You can also select the register in this menu using the Press and hold the [STORE] button.
  • Page 347: Shotbox Execution

    When auto run is not set for the recalled register Shotbox Execution Simply recalling the register does not execute the effects. Press the [RUN] button in the utility/shotbox control block to execute the effects. You can execute a shotbox using the numeric keypad control block, Flexi Pad control block, utility/shotbox Shotbox Execution (Flexi Pad control block, or cross-point control block.
  • Page 348: Shotbox Execution (utility/shotbox Control Block)

    If auto run is set, the effects are executed at the same The functions for the selected bank are assigned to the time they are recalled. memory recall buttons. The register name is displayed in white characters for When auto run is not set for the recalled register registers with a registered shotbox.
  • Page 349: Shotbox Register Editing

    Shotbox Register Editing You can carry out the following editing on shotbox registers. • Lock: Write-protect the data contents of the register. • Copy: Copy data between registers. • Move: Move data between registers. • Swap: Swap the contents of two registers. •...
  • Page 350: Chapter 16 Macros

    Macros Chapte Control block Event Macros Transition control block • Transition execution section auto transition and cut • Auto transition and key on/off in the independent key transition Overview execution section • Next transition selection The term “macro” refers to the function whereby a •...
  • Page 351: Macro Creation And Editing

    is executed, the key is removed if it is inserted, but otherwise remains unchanged. b) Enabled if a function is assigned to the button in the Setup menu. Macro event execution order: Macro events: Macro Creation and Editing Auto insert mode enable/disable You can create or edit a macro by recalling a macro You can enable/disable the mode (auto insert mode) in register.
  • Page 352: Macro Execution

    point control block and memory recall buttons of the utility/shotbox control block in the Setup menu. Recall macro register 2, and Recall register 1. move to another event. Macro operation triggered by GPI input You can execute a macro take operation using a GPI input on the SIU (DCU function).
  • Page 353: Macro Operations (numeric Keypad Control Block And Utility/shotbox Control Block)

    Recalling a Macro Register and Macro Operations Executing a Macro (Numeric Keypad Control A macro operation is performed by recalling a macro Block and Utility/Shotbox register. Recalling an empty register allows you to carry out macro Control Block) editing operations. Recalling a register holding a macro executes the macro immediately.
  • Page 354: Macro Creation And Editing

    • While executing a macro, the operation performed if memory recall buttons to the assignments for macro another macro is recalled from the numeric keypad editing, and the [EDIT ENBL] button turns on red. control block depends on a setting in the Setup menu. For details, see “Setting the Macro Execution Mode”...
  • Page 355: Deleting An Event

    For details about selecting a register, see “Register memory recall buttons to the assignments for macro selection in the numeric keypad control block” editing, and the [EDIT ENBL] button turns on red. (page 307). Specify an edit point using buttons in the utility/ Press the [ENTER] button.
  • Page 356 Deleting a particular range of events Carry out the following operations using the buttons in the utility/shotbox control block. Specify an edit point (see page 353). • To insert the move target events after the edit point, press the [PASTE] button. Press the [FROM TO] button in the utility/shotbox •...
  • Page 357: Saving A Macro

    When auto insert mode is enabled, the pause event is In the numeric keypad control block, press the [MCRO] button. registered automatically. When auto insert mode is disabled, press the [INS] Press the [STORE] button, turning it on. button in the utility/shotbox control block to register the pause events.
  • Page 358: Macro Operations (flexi Pad Control Block)

    This switches the memory recall section to macro Macro Operations (Flexi operation mode. The last recalled bank is displayed. Pad Control Block) Use the bank selection buttons to select the target bank for operation. Select from bank 0 to 25 (register number 1 to 250). DEL button For details about bank selection, see “Bank and register selection in the Flexi Pad control block”...
  • Page 359: Macro Creation And Editing

    The selected bank and register number are displayed The selected bank and register number are displayed on the top right button in the memory recall section, on the top right button in the memory recall section, and the number of executed events and total number of and the number of the current event and total number events are displayed on the center button in the bottom of events are displayed on the center button in the...
  • Page 360: Saving A Macro

    For details about bank selection, see “Bank and Press the [DELETE] button. register selection in the Flexi Pad control block” (page 334). Deleting all events You can delete all events within the selected macro While pressing the [MCRO] button, press the button register.
  • Page 361: Macro Operations (cross-point Control Block)

    For details about bank selection, see “Bank and register selection in the Flexi Pad control block” Macro Operations (Cross- (page 334). Point Control Block) Holding down the [DEL] button, press the button of the register in which the macro you want to delete is saved.
  • Page 362: Macro Operations (menu)

    1) State with numeric keypad control block (see page 352), utility/ shotbox control block (see page 352), or Flexi Pad control block (see Macro Operations (Menu) page 357) switched to macro editing mode. In any of the following menus, select the same register recalled in step 1, and press [On Line Edit].
  • Page 363 e Macro register creation list On Line Edit menu When a macro is stored in the register, this shows a list of the macro events. Each macro event consists of the f ALL button following components, which you can check in the list. •...
  • Page 364: Offline Editing Of Macro Events

    Online editing of macro events Note If not in macro editing mode , [Delete] is disabled and Note it is not possible to delete the selected event. It is not possible to save editing results using the On Line Edit menu. Operate the control panel to save the edited 1) While a macro is being executed on the control panel, when macro saving has been executed, or when the [EXIT] button in the Flexi Pad register.
  • Page 365 For details about event components, see “Macro File Note Editing Rules” (page 532). If the selected register is locked, [Off Line Edit] is disabled d Editing button group and it is not possible to display the Off Line Edit menu. This row of buttons shows the components of an event.
  • Page 366 For details about the items, see “Macro File Syntax” The selected event is deleted. (page 532). If a deleted Event statement is followed by a Continue statement, the Continue statement is converted to an Select the desired item from the macro editing Event statement.
  • Page 367: Macro Attachments

    Control block Button Macro Attachments AUX Bus Cross-point buttons of the bus assigned to Control Block the 3rd row/4th. Transition Fader lever and buttons assigned with the A macro attachment is a function whereby a macro register control block following functions. •...
  • Page 368 points. You can make this setting in the Engineering Setup Note >Panel >Operation >Macro menu (7326.6) (see page 429). To select macro only mode, the “Macro Only Set” utility To set a macro attachment in macro only mode command must be assigned to the following buttons beforehand in the Setup menu.
  • Page 369 “Macro Operations (Flexi Pad Control Block)” To delete all macro attachment settings in a (page 356). single operation Move the fader lever to the position where you want to Open the Macro >Attachment menu (5421). set the macro attachment. Press [All Clear]. Press and hold the [PRE MACRO] button or [POST Check the message, then press [Yes].
  • Page 370: Displaying The Macro Attachment Settings

    Macro Button Displaying the Macro Attachment attachment Settings location • Press the following buttons assigned Other than M/E In the Macro >Attachment menu (5421), you can display with the “Macro Attachment Enbl” utility and PGM/PST banks the macro attachment list to check the macro attachment command.
  • Page 371: Menu Macros

    To disable macro attachment settings Menu Macros Depending on the location of the button you want to disable, press the [MACRO ATTCH ENABLE] button (or button assigned with the “Macro Attachment Enbl” command), turning it off. The term “menu macro” refers to the function whereby a If using the [MACRO ATTACH ENABLE] button on the sequence of menu operations is saved as data in memory, cross-point Flexi Pad, press it, turning it on dark blue.
  • Page 372 Recalling a menu macro register To move to the start of a menu macro event Press [Rewind]. Open the Macro >Menu Macro Register >Recall & Run menu (5431). Recalling a menu macro register from a macro register Menu macro recall and execution operations can be saved Interval between events currently set as events in a control panel macro, and then recalled.
  • Page 373: Creating And Editing A Menu Macro

    Executing a menu macro in the shortcut menu Menu macro register number Event number Open the Home >Favorites >Shortcut menu (0021). Menu macro register name Remaining Memory Press the group name button. Press the button to which the menu macro is assigned. Menu macro creation Menu macro register To stop a menu macro during execution...
  • Page 374 To insert a pause event Parameter Adjustment Set the pause time. Interval Event interval (seconds) Time (Sec) The settings are applied to each menu macro register. Parameter Adjustment Pause Pause duration (seconds) Press [Store]. Time (Sec) Enter a menu macro register number as required in the Press [Pause Set].
  • Page 375: Menu Macro Register Editing

    Screen when the keyframe status is not displayed Macro Timeline By registering macro recall and execute actions on a timeline, in the same way as for key frames in an effect, you can automatically execute them in a sequence. This timeline is called a “macro timeline,”...
  • Page 376: Creating And Editing A Macro Timeline

    For details about keyframe creation, see “Creating and Forcibly ending a macro timeline Editing Keyframes” (page 310). • If the timeline has completed but a macro is still executing, press the [REWIND] or [RUN] button in the Registering a keyframe utility/shotbox control block to forcibly end the macro timeline.
  • Page 377: Chapter 17 Files

    Files Chapte When operating on individual files or registers Overview of File Save: Save the data in a register to the local drive or removable drive. Operations Load: Load a file from the local drive or removable drive. Copy: Copy a file within a directory or between directories, including on remote panels.
  • Page 378 • If you cancel the operation during a data transfer About import image size between frame memory and the local drive or removable Pay attention to the following points, depending on the drive, then any image which was not completely signal format used.
  • Page 379: Directory Operations

    Error Information menu (9900). If this occurs, save the data or load the data again. If the Importing 720P and 1080P movie material error message persists, contact a Sony service • To import movie material in 720P or 1080P format, it is representative.
  • Page 380: Operations On Individual Files

    Operations on Individual Device selection area Region selection area Files You can save or load the contents of an individual file or register. Detailed File Information This section describes snapshot file information as an example. Open the File >Snapshot >Snapshot menu (7131). The status area shows the device status and a list of Detail display area files on the device.
  • Page 381: Selecting A Device For Operation

    Select the target region for operation. Notes For regions you do not want to select, press the • The devices that can be selected in the device corresponding button, turning it off. selection area vary depending on the function and the menu.
  • Page 382: Loading Files

    • In steps 2 and 3, specify the frame memory folder. For frame memory file operations, frame memory folder specification and data type selection is required. In the device selection area, press [DEFAULT] (default Perform the following operation using the procedure in setting), then select the target folder in the pull-down “Saving Files”...
  • Page 383: Renaming Files

    • After step 3, select the data type to display using the Ex: img111A and img111B (underlined portions must buttons above the list. have the same file name) Still: Still image files Clip: Clip files Open the File >Frame Memory >Frame Memory menu (7151).
  • Page 384: Interconversion Of Frame Memory Clips And Extended Clips

    The File Edit menu (7131.1) appears. Press [File Edit]. You can also select a device and specify a directory in The File Edit menu (7151.1) appears. this menu (see page 379). In the device selection area, select [Local Drive] or Select the file to delete.
  • Page 385: Saving A Frame Memory File List

    Enter a name of up to 8 characters in the keyboard Batch File Operations window, and press [Enter]. To delete a frame memory folder You can process all files or registers in batch. Select a frame memory folder. Press [Delete]. Saving Files in Batch Check the message, then press [Yes].
  • Page 386: Loading Files In Batch

    Loading Files in Batch Copying Files in Batch You can load files from the local drive or removable drive You can copy files between the local drive and removable in batch. drive in batch. Open the File >All, External File >All menu (7161). Note It is not possible to load a file from a category for which Select the target device for operation (see page 379).
  • Page 387: Importing And Exporting Files

    In the device selection area in the list on the right, Importing and Exporting select [Removable Drive], then specify a directory containing the file to import. Files Note Always place files to import from a removable drive in You can import or export frame memory image data from a directory immediately below root.
  • Page 388: Directory Operations

    If a file with the same name already exists in the Directory Operations specified destination, a confirmation message appears. Select [Yes] to overwrite the existing data. You can create a new directory within the local drive or removable drive, and carry out other operations, such as renaming and deleting.
  • Page 389: Deleting A Directory

    • Renaming files • Deleting files Copying Files Between • Offline editing of macro files Unit IDs/Group IDs • Exporting user source name files • Creating, renaming, and deleting frame memory folders • Interconversion of frame memory clips and extended clips Switcher and DME files on the local drive or removable •...
  • Page 390: Saving Files Loaded By Autoload

    For details, see “Copying Files Between Different Unit IDs” (page 387). Saving Files Loaded by Autoload If you save effect setting data, frame memory image files, and so on in the PWON_LD directory on the local drive, then when the system is powered on this data is loaded automatically.
  • Page 391: System Setup

    System Setup Chapte About system setup Unit ID This configures the setup for the whole system. DME4 for 1st switcher (Ch7/8) Here, the “whole system” refers to all devices connected on the switcher system LAN. Notes • When the signal format is 1080P, the MKS-7470X is Unit ID settings always DME1 (unit ID: 1), supporting four channels.
  • Page 392: Settings Relating To The Network

    In the Engineering Setup >System >Network Config Settings Relating to the menu (7311), press [NFS Server]. Network Enter the server address using the keyboard window, then press [Enter]. The NFS server address is displayed in the “NFS Devices connected to the switcher system LAN are Server Address”...
  • Page 393: Settings Relating To System Configuration

    If there are two switchers on the same network: In Settings Relating to the <1st Switcher> group and <2nd Switcher> group, select the switchers to operate. System Configuration When the operation mode is set to [Dual Simul], the status of the switcher set in the <1st Switcher> group appears on the control panel.
  • Page 394: Enabling The Fm Data Port Of The Switcher

    576i The Switcher Assign menu (7312.2) appears. Note When the MVS-8000X is used with 1080P signal format Select the target switcher to set. or the MVS-7000X is used with multiple formats, software If there is only one switcher on the network, make the options are required (see page 400) setting only for SWR1 (1st switcher).
  • Page 395: Enabling Passage Of 59.94 (2x) Format

    Note To enable this function requires BZS-8560X (for the The input reference signal for the MKS-7470X/7471X is MVS-8000X) or BZS-7560X (for the MVS-7000X) common to the switchers. Switcher Upgrade Software. In the <Ref Input Format> group of the Engineering Setup In the Engineering Setup >System >Format menu...
  • Page 396: Setting Conversion Formats (format Converter)

    Delay Function” (page 439). conversion is given below. • When the signal format is 1080P: Up to eight on the MVS-8000X (or up to four if only one Note MKS-8450X board is installed) and up to four on the Use an input signal synchronized to the reference signal to MVS-7000X.
  • Page 397 Refer to steps 3 and 4 to select the input signal format for [Input 5-8 Format], [Input 9-12 Format], and [Input a) FC Input 9 to 12 and FC Input 13 to 16: MVS-8000X only b) When the switcher signal format is 1080P, the supported inputs are FC 13-16 Format].
  • Page 398: Setting Conversion Formats (4k Up-converter)

    You can switch the screen aspect ratio between 16:9 and 4:3. a) When only one MKS-8460X is used on the MVS-8000X, either FC Input 1 to 4 / 5 to 8 or FC Input 9 to 12 / 13 to 16 are enabled, depending on the installation slot.
  • Page 399: Power-on (startup) State Selection

    4:3: Set the screen aspect ratio to 4:3. Power-On (Startup) State Independ: Set the screen aspect ratio separately for M/E, P/P, and User on the switcher, and for each Selection channel on the DME. When [Independ] is selected in step 2, select one of the following.
  • Page 400: Saving And Recalling Setup Data

    Saving and Recalling Setup Data Note [Resume] is enabled only when a switcher or control panel is selected. Local drive / removable drive When [Custom] is selected, in the <Setup> group or User setup data <Initial Status> group, select one of the following. User: Set user-defined settings for the Setup or Initial Load Save...
  • Page 401: Reset And Initialization

    Reset and Initialization Settings Relating to Installation and Devices You can reset or initialize memory on each device. • Reset: Reset to power-on state. • All Clear: Clear the memory, and reset to factory default You can install software and firmware for devices connected to the LAN.
  • Page 402: Configuring Settings To Use The Software

    To obtain a key, you may be required to submit the unique device ID of the switcher you are using. You can check the unique device ID in the Engineering Setup >System >Install/Unit Config menu (7316). On the MVS-8000X BZDM-9050 Texture Lighting Software BZS-8200X...
  • Page 403: Adding User Texture Patterns

    After restarting, the licensed software is now available for use. Device name To cancel the license registration to disable Unique device ID functions Select the software (“Active” displayed in the “Condition” field) whose license you want to cancel in the License menu (7316.6), then press [Deactivate License] in the License Management menu (7316.7).
  • Page 404 Notes a The rest of the capacity • Different image sizes can be mixed, but this will affect b Texture number list the total number of texture files that can be handled according to the combined file size. c Texture file list •...
  • Page 405 An 8×8 grid of 64 cells, where each cell represents 1 unit The grid display of memory capacity shows the of 128×128 pixels. location where the texture files are stored in memory The grid displays the location where the texture files are using bold frames.
  • Page 406: Registering A Frame Memory Clip With Ancillary Data

    Installing a texture package Registering a Frame Memory Clip with Ancillary Data Connect a removable drive containing software to install to the DEVICE connector of the menu panel. Note Open the Engineering Setup >System >Install/Unit When the signal format is 1080P, this function cannot be Config menu (7316).
  • Page 407: Switcher

    Notes Settings Relating to • When the MKS-7470X/7471X is used, this setting is Device Management fixed to [3G Mode]. • When [Dual Link Mode] is selected, half as many DME units can be connected to the switcher. In this case, the available channels are DME1 channels 1 Setting the Date and Time and 2, and DME2 channels 3 and 4.
  • Page 408: Setting A Removable Drive As The Primary Device

    In the Engineering Setup >System >Maintenance In the <VF Group> group, select the group containing menu (7317), select the removable drive. the target menu to set. In the <USB Storage Device> group, press [Format]. Select the menu candidates for locking. To select all menus within a group, press [ALL].
  • Page 409: Locking File Loading Operations

    Press [Lock]. VF buttons The selected categories become candidates for locking. The category name display color changes to yellow, and the “Lock” indicator is displayed in yellow in the “Lock” field. To deselect a lock candidate Press [Clear] to remove the “Lock” indicator in the “Lock”...
  • Page 410: Chapter 19 Control Panel Setup

    The bank and module dependency is Assigning a Single M/E to Two M/E configured from the switcher control station. For details, consult your Sony service or sales Banks representative. You can assign the cross-points for the shifted state and In the <M/E Assign>...
  • Page 411: Linking Switcher Bus And Router Destinations

    The shift/unshifted assignments can be interchanged To release the link using [Dual M/E Xpt Swap]. Select the link to release, then press [Clear]. To return to the original assignment Defining the position of a matrix Set the bank configuration (see page 408). Specify where in the 1024×1024 S-Bus space the link matrix is to be provided by setting the source and Interchanging shifted and non-shifted...
  • Page 412: Linking Transitions Between Keyers

    To return the set combinations to the defaults Key 3) are linked with the master keyer (Key 1), then Press [Init Link Table], check the message, then press pressing the [KEY1] next transition selection button also [Yes]. selects the [KEY2] and [KEY3] buttons. Set the transition links between keyers.
  • Page 413: Setting Transition Control Block Button Assignments

    Select the target from the four regions. In the Engineering Setup >Panel >Config >Link/ Program Button menu (7321.8), press [Transition Select the region to assign. Module1]. The Transition Module1 menu (7321.9) appears. Press [Set]. In the <Bank Select> group, select the target bank to Note set.
  • Page 414: Setting Device Control Block (trackball) Button Assignments

    For details about memory recall button assignment, see To release the assignment “Assigning a Function to a Memory Recall Button in the Select the target button to release, then press [Clear]. Utility/Shotbox Control Block” (page 421). To return the assignment to the default Press [Default].
  • Page 415: Inhibiting Dme Channel Selection

    The M/E Operation Inhibit menu (7321.18) appears. Cross-Point Settings Select the target bank to set. In the <M/E Operation Inhibit> group, select the utility Creating Cross-Point Assign Tables 2 bus (Util2 Bus) or key button (Key1 to Key8) for which operations are to be inhibited. You can create a “main”...
  • Page 416 Set: Delete the signal currently assigned to the Select the target table to set. selected button number and make a new assignment. Parameter Adjustment Insert: Move the signal currently assigned to the Table No Selection of the table to set selected button number to the next number, and make a new assignment.
  • Page 417: Copying Cross-point Assign Tables

    Setting the [SHIFT] button operation mode 1. Set the [Source No] parameter to 2 and the [Num] parameter to 3 in step 2. This sets the operation of the [SHIFT] button assigned to 2. Set the name of source signal 2 to “CAM2.” the right edge of the cross-point button row.
  • Page 418: Selecting Cross-point Assign Tables

    The source names are exported to the station set in step Note The contents of tables 1 to 14 cannot be copied to the main table. Press [Dest Name Export]. The destination names are exported to the station set in In the Engineering Setup >Panel >Xpt Assign menu step 2.
  • Page 419: Aux Bus Control Block Settings

    To inhibit operation of buttons, press [Inhibit]. AUX Bus Control Block Note Settings When a button with number 65 to 128 is selected, the source table selection is automatically disabled, and the [Inhibit] setting is also disabled. Setting the AUX Bus Block Press [Dest Set].
  • Page 420: Settings Relating To Button Assignment

    In the Engineering Setup >Panel >Aux Assign >RTR Settings Relating to Mode Setting menu (7323.1), select the target destination button number to set. Button Assignment Press [SS Enable] to enable/disable the function. To enable, press [SS Enable], turning it on. When a The following functions can be assigned to the user snapshot of the router is recalled, the destination preference buttons on the menu panel, the memory recall...
  • Page 421: Buttons

    When [Shotbox Recall] is selected: Select the To enable display, press [Reg Name Display], turning it shotbox register to assign. Parameter Adjustment Using the [PREFS 9] to [PREFS 16] Shotbox Shotbox register selection settings Press [Action Set]. There are sixteen user preference buttons that can be set ([PREFS 1] to [PREFS 16]), but only eight user preference When [Menu Shortcut] is selected in step 2, it is not buttons ([PREFS 1] to [PREFS 8]) can be assigned in the...
  • Page 422 Command name Function Button state Lit amber DME Mon Key ST DME Monitor Key output safe title Enabled Disabled enable/disable Edit PVW ST Edit preview output safe title enable/ Enabled Disabled disable Preset ST Preset output safe title enable/disable Enabled Disabled AUX1 ST AUX1 output safe title enable/disable...
  • Page 423: Assigning A Function To A Memory Recall Button In The Utility/shotbox Control Block

    Command name Function Button state Lit amber Pre Macro Sets macro attachment in pre macro Can be set only while Function assigned mode. pressed (lit) Post Macro Sets macro attachment in post macro Can be set only while Function assigned mode.
  • Page 424 Press [Action Set]. Parameter Adjustment When [Menu Shortcut] is selected in step 3, it is not Command Utility command selection necessary to press [Action Set]. GPI No GPI number To release the assignment a) SWR GPI Test Fire and DCU GPI Test Fire commands only Select the target button to release, then press [Clear].
  • Page 425 Command name Function Button state Lit orange Lit dark blue DME Mon Key ST DME Monitor Key output safe title Enabled Disabled enable/disable Edit PVW ST Edit preview output safe title enable/ Enabled Disabled disable Preset ST Preset output safe title enable/disable Enabled Disabled AUX1 ST...
  • Page 426 Command name Function Button state Lit orange Lit dark blue Pre Macro Sets macro attachment in pre macro Can be set only while Function assigned mode. pressed (lit) Post Macro Sets macro attachment in post macro Can be set only while Function assigned mode.
  • Page 427: Assigning Functions To 1st Row/2nd Row Buttons Of The Cross-point Control Block

    Select the target button to set. Parameter Adjustment Select the transition rate to assign. Macro Macro register selection Press [Set]. When [Shotbox Recall] is selected: Select the shotbox register to assign. To release the assignment Select the target button to release, then press [Clear]. Parameter Adjustment Shotbox Shotbox register selection...
  • Page 428: Settings Relating To External Device Connections

    Sharing disk recorder/Extended VTR file Settings Relating to lists You can share files when the same disk recorder/Extended External Device VTR is connected to more than one port. Connections Note Only ports assigned for the disk recorder or Extended VTR are enabled.
  • Page 429: Settings Relating To Operation

    Configuring Settings Relating to Settings Relating to Effects Operation Setting functions used in keyframe effect operations Setting the On-Air Tally In the Engineering Setup >Panel >Operation menu (7326), press [Effect Mode] to open the Effect Mode menu This sets the high tally state reflected on the control panel. (7326.2).
  • Page 430: Setting Source Names And Destination Names

    Linking the transition type selection with the Setting Source Names and Flexi Pad control block operation mode Destination Names Press [Wipe/DME Auto Deleg], turning it on. This switches the operation mode of the Flexi Pad control You set the source and destination names to use in the block in sync with the selection of the [WIPE] button or control panel.
  • Page 431: Setting The Operation Mode Of The [all] Button In The Transition Control Block

    Setting the operation mode when the [RUN] The Next Trans All menu (7326.11) appears. button is pressed during keyframe effect execution In the <Next Trans All> group, select the button for the In the <Run> group, select one of the following. next transition.
  • Page 432: Setting Button And Indicator Status On The Cross-point Control Block/aux Bus Control Block

    Setting cross-point indicators In the <Attachment Setting Mode> group, select whether to enable cross-point button operations when You can disable the cross-point indicators so that they do a macro attachment is set. not turn on. With Btn Function: Enable cross-point button In the Engineering Setup >Panel >Operation menu operations.
  • Page 433: Setting The Display Mode

    In the <Xpt Flexi Pad> group of the Engineering Setup Enter a name of up to 12 characters in the keyboard window, and press [Enter]. >Panel >Operation >Xpt Module Operation menu (7326.12), press [Home Page Set]. Note Enter the page number to set (1 to 14) using the Lower case characters may be entered, but the entered numeric keypad window, then press [Enter].
  • Page 434: Settings Relating To Control Panel Management

    Parameter Adjustment Settings Relating to Brightness Brightness Control Panel Management Setting the State of Buttons that are Not Lit In the Engineering Setup >Panel >Maintenance menu Setting the Screen Saver (7327), press [Panel Glow]. To make unlit buttons visible in dark lighting conditions This enables the menu display screen saver.
  • Page 435: Setting The Mouse Wheel Function When Setting Parameters

    Note To enable this setting, the initial state of the control panel when powered on must be set to one of the following. • Set to Resume mode • Set to Custom mode, with [User] selected in the <Setup> group. For details, see “Power-On (Startup) State Selection”...
  • Page 436: Chapter 20 Switcher Setup

    Switcher Setup Chapter About the operation mode • Standard mode: Fix the output signal configuration for Switcher Configuration the maximum of four outputs (Out1 to 4) of the M/E and PGM/PST banks as follows. - Out1: Program output Adjusting the Reference Phase - Out2: Preview output - Out3: Clean output This adjusts the switcher internal reference phase.
  • Page 437: Setting User Regions

    The M/E Output Assign menu (7331.1) appears. In DSK mode, select one of [Bkgd1] to [Bkgd4], and set the background signal. In the status area, select the target switcher bank output Parameter Adjustment to set. 2 to 5 Bkgd1 to 4 Background signal selection In the <M/E Output Assign>...
  • Page 438: Setting Dme Channel Assignments

    Note The settings are common to the M/E and PGM/PST banks. [M/E-5] is not displayed on the MVS-8000X. To set to crop to 4:3 when a DME wipe is executed When side flags are enabled, you can automatically crop an image to be a 4:3 image when executing a DME wipe.
  • Page 439: Settings Relating To Signal Inputs

    (MVS-8000X only). Note On the MVS-8000X, the format converter dedicated inputs cannot be set to through mode. On the MVS-7000X, through mode is disabled for the input signals which have been converted in the format converter.
  • Page 440: Setting The Input Signal Color Corrector

    Select the target input signal to set. In the <CCR> group, press [CCR], turning it on. The color corrector function is enabled for the selected Press [Video Process], turning it on. input. Configure each function, as required. Set the following parameters. Note Parameter Adjustment To disable the color corrector for the selected input,...
  • Page 441: Selecting The Primary Input To Use As The Format Converter

    • FC9 to FC12 and FC13 to FC16 can be used only on the MVS-8000X. In the list on the left, select the FC (format converter) • For the cross-converter, conversion method settings are number.
  • Page 442 Field: Conversion in field units Set the following parameter. Adaptive: Automatically switching between frame mode and field mode Parameter Adjustment When [Adaptive] is selected, set the following LB Position Image position parameter. To return the letterbox image to the center Parameter Adjustment In the <Letter Box Position>...
  • Page 443: Setting The Ip Converter Conversion Method

    Setting the IP Converter Conversion Original image (16:9) Down-converted image (4:3) Method Edge Crop This sets the conversion mode for the IP converter input. Note Setting the conversion mode for PI converter output is not required. Letter Box 13:9 In the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Input menu (7332), press [FC Adjust].
  • Page 444: Setting The 4k Up-converter Conversion Method

    Press [Super Resolution] to enable/disable the super Setting the 4K Up-Converter resolution function. Conversion Method When super resolution is enabled, a sharper image is produced according to the resolution and noise This sets the conversion method mode and enables/ processing adjustments. disables the super resolution function used when up- [Super Resolution] is enabled by factory default.
  • Page 445: Settings Relating To Signal Outputs

    Adjusting Video Clips Settings Relating to Signal Outputs In the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Output menu (7333), press [Video Clip]. The Video Clip menu (7333.2) appears. Note Select the target output to set. For a format converter dedicated output, Video Clip, V Blank, Through, Safe Title, and 4:3 Crop cannot be set.
  • Page 446: Setting The Safe Title Area

    The 4:3 Crop menu (7333.5) appears. Setting the Safe Title Area Select the target output to set. In the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Output menu (7333), press [Safe Title]. Press [4:3 Crop], turning it on. The Safe Title menu (7333.4) appears. Note Select the target output to set.
  • Page 447 For details about tally settings, see “Setting the On-Air Example of 4-split screen: Tally” (page 427) and “Configuring Tally Generation” (page 473). Name display Sub screen Note When [Independ] is set in the Engineering Setup >Panel >Operation >Button Tally menu (7326.9), multi-viewer tallies are not output.
  • Page 448: Enabling Aux Mix Transitions

    Enabling AUX Mix Transitions Settings Relating to Video An AUX mix transition is enabled by assigning the Switching combination of AUX buses used in the AUX mix transition to consecutive odd-numbered and even- numbered output connectors. Selecting the Bank to Configure For details about AUX mix transitions, see “AUX Mix Transitions”...
  • Page 449: Settings Relating To Keys, Wipes, Frame Memory, And Color Correction

    For details about the switcher board configuration required In bus fixed mode, the setting is fixed to [Single]. for the input signal color corrector, contact your Sony service or sales representative. In the <Non Drop Key> group, select the key setting for a transition including a key.
  • Page 450: Setting The Video Process Memory

    When the background output bus is in flip-flop mode, this In the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Key/Wipe/FM/ CCR >Bus CCR/Input CCR/Video Proc menu is always the A bus. In bus-fixed mode, it is either the A (7335.3), select the target AUX bus to set. bus or the B bus, depending on the fader lever position.
  • Page 451 Selecting the processing order of masks Setting the operation mode when the and borders pattern limit is released In the <Mask/Border Process> group of the Engineering In the <Pattern Limit Transition> group of the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Key/Wipe/FM/CCR menu (7335), Setup >Switcher >Key/Wipe/FM/CCR menu (7335), select one of the following.
  • Page 452: Settings Relating To Function Links

    Setting a Link Table Settings Relating to Function Links In the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Link >Internal Bus Link menu (7336.1), press [Link Table Select]. The Link Table Select menu (7336.3) appears. Setting a Cross-Point Button Link Select the link source and link destination signals. This configures the bus link function that links together two buses within the switcher.
  • Page 453: Setting A Link Between M/e Banks

    In the <Video/Button> group, press [Select]. Setting a Link Between M/E Banks The selected video or button name is reflected in the The operations which can be linked are as follows. status area. • Transition execution (auto transition, cut, and fader lever To release a video/button name link operation) In the <Video/Button>...
  • Page 454: Settings Relating To External Device Connections

    Select the key for the link destination, and press [Key Settings Relating to Set]. To release the link External Device Select the link number and press [Clear]. Connections Setting the 9-Pin Port Device Interface This section describes settings for the REMOTE1 port as an example.
  • Page 455 “Format,” you can set the conversion format of the an action relating to setup. format converter for “FC Input 1-4,” “FC Input 5-8,” “FC Input 9-12” (MVS-8000X only), “FC Input 13-16” Select the action to set. (MVS-8000X only), “FC Output 1-2,” and “FC Output 3-4.”...
  • Page 456: Setting Switcher Gpi Outputs

    • When the action is “Bkgd A Side Flags” or “Bkgd B a) 1: Field 1, 2: Field 2, 3: Any Side Flags,” the levels are fixed, as follows. High level: Off Note Low level: On When “Any Edge” is selected as the trigger type, only the [Timing] parameter is available.
  • Page 457: Setting The Interface Between The Dme And The Switcher

    Mode, the SDI interface cannot be selected. For details about the connection of DME units and the Press [Set]. switcher, refer to the MVS-8000X-C/7000X-C Installation Manual. Repeat steps 2 to 5 as required. In the <DME Assignment for Proc Key> group, select one of the following.
  • Page 458 The Editor I/F menu (7337.8) appears. In the <Key Off Mode> group, select the mode. All: When the “All Stop” command is received, all keys for the corresponding regions are turned off. Specified: When the “All Stop” command is received, only the keys for the corresponding regions specified by the editor are turned off.
  • Page 459: Chapter 21 Dme Setup

    DME Setup Chapter About DME setup Settings Relating to Configure DME1 and DME2. When the signal format is 1080P, up to four DMEs can be Signal Inputs connected, so configure DME1 to DME4. This section describes settings for DME1 as an example. Setting Initial Crop In the <Aspect>...
  • Page 460: Setting The Tbc Window Center Position

    Set the following parameters. Settings Relating to Parameter Adjustment Signal Outputs DME1 DME1 system phase adjustment Phase DME2 DME2 system phase adjustment Phase Adjusting the DME Output Video Clip Level Note When the signal format is 1080P, you can configure When the MVE-8000A/MVE-9000 is used with an SDI DME3 and DME4 using the [DME3 Phase] and interface, you can adjust the DME output video clip levels.
  • Page 461: Settings Relating To External Device Connections

    Parameter Adjustment Settings Relating to Selection of number for action to be assigned External Device In the <Trigger Type> group, select the trigger Connections polarity. (Rising Edge): Trigger on the rising edge of the input pulse. Setting the Editor Protocol (Falling Edge): Trigger on the falling edge of the input pulse.
  • Page 462: Setting Dme Gpi Outputs

    • When the DME is an MKS-7470X/7471X, “Format” is disabled. Configuring level settings Configure the settings for low level and high level when the trigger type is set to “Level.” In the Engineering Setup >DME >Device Interface >DME1 GPI Input menu (7344.1), select an action and press [H/L Set].
  • Page 463: Chapter 22 Dcu Setup

    DCU Setup Chapter About DCU setup Parallel Input Settings The MKS-X7700 and MKS-X2700 system interface units can function as device control units (DCU) using the GPI input/output ports and 9-pin serial port on the rear panel. However, the system interface units (SIU) that can use the The SIU parallel input ports are assigned with the DCU function is limited to SIU1 and SIU2 only.
  • Page 464: Releasing A Gpi Input Port Assignment

    Releasing a GPI Input Port GPI Input Settings Assignment In the <DCU Select> group of the Engineering Setup Configure the trigger type and other settings for each GPI >DCU >Input Config menu (7351), select the target to input. set (DCU1 or DCU2). If [GPI Input] in the <Parallel Input Assign>...
  • Page 465 • When using the format converter with “Action” set to “System Format,” you can set the conversion format of the format converter for “FC Input 1-4,” “FC Input 5-8,” “FC Input 9-12” (MVS-8000X only), “FC Input 13-16” (MVS-8000X only), “FC Output 1-2,” and “FC Output 3-4.”...
  • Page 466: Parallel Output Settings

    Parameter Adjustment Parallel Output Settings To Port Last port number In the <Parallel Output Assign> group, press [No Output ports that are not used configuring tally can be Assign]. assigned as GPI output ports in the Engineering Setup >Router/Tally >Tally Enable menu (7364). Assigning a GPI Output Port In the <DCU Select>...
  • Page 467: Gpi Output Settings

    Select the action to set. GPI Output Settings Parameter Adjustment Action Action selection Configure the trigger type and other settings for each GPI Reg No Register number output. GPI No GPI number Press [Action Set]. Configuring GPI Outputs Trigger type and actions list •...
  • Page 468: Serial Port Settings

    In the <PNL Select> group, select the control panel Serial Port Settings (PNL1, PNL2, PNL3) used for operation of the connected device. Clearing serial port settings This sets the protocol (device type) to match the device connected to a 9-pin serial port. You also select the control panel used for device operations.
  • Page 469 Parameter Adjustment Block Byte Item Delay Response field (number of fields) BLOCK HI-BYTE (DEVICE TYPE) LO-BYTE (DEVICE TYPE) Press [Delay Set]. HI-BYTE (FRAME) (PREROLL TIME) Repeat steps 4 to 9 as required to set other commands. LO-BYTE (FRAME) (PREROLL TIME) Configuring detailed settings for a VTR EDIT DELAY (FRAME) EE DELAY (FRAME)
  • Page 470 Player: Functioning as a player. The idle state is a state wherein a previous file has Recorder: Functioning as a recorder. been unloaded before a new file is loaded (that is, a state wherein no file has been loaded). In the <Name Mode> group, select the file name 9.
  • Page 471 Select the target item to set. Select the target item to set. 1. Maximum Open Delay: Maximum time required to 1. Maximum Open Delay: Maximum time required to open a file open a file 2. Maximum Cueup Delay: Maximum time required 2.
  • Page 472: Chapter 23 Router Interface And Tally Setup

    Router Interface and Tally Setup Chapter Parameter Adjustment Router Interface Settings Source Source start address Destination Destination start address In this system, the interface with a router (routing Level S-Bus level switcher) uses the S-Bus protocol. It is therefore necessary to assign inputs and outputs of the switcher and so on to S- Bus space.
  • Page 473: Tally Group Settings

    Coupling external boxes Tally Group Settings By coupling a number of external boxes, the number of inputs can be increased. This section describes the coupling of external boxes 1 and 2 as an example. Using the S-Bus protocol, tally control is possible for groups 1 to 8.
  • Page 474: Wiring Settings

    Press [Execute]. Wiring Settings Deleting Wiring Settings When configuring a system in which the switcher inputs and outputs are connected to a router, the connection In the Engineering Setup >Router/Tally >Wiring configuration (referred to as “wiring”) must be set S-Bus menu (7363), select the wiring.
  • Page 475: Tally Generation Settings

    The Modify menu (7364.2) appears. Tally Generation Settings Refer to steps 2 to 5 in “Configuring Tally Generation” (page 473) and modify the parameters. Specify the destination to be the reference for tally Press [Execute]. generation, and configure the settings. The settings used are common to both parallel and serial tallies.
  • Page 476: Tally Copy Settings

    Deleting Tally Copy Tally Copy Settings In the Engineering Setup >Router/Tally >Tally Copy menu (7365), select the tally copy. You can copy the tally information for a particular source to a different source. Press [Delete]. The settings used are common to both parallel and serial tallies.
  • Page 477: Parallel Tally Settings

    Parameter Adjustment Parallel Tally Settings Tally type Type a) 1: R1, 2: G1, 3: R2, 4: G2, 5: R3, 6: G3, 7: R4, 8: G4, 9: R5, 10: G5, Configure the parallel port on which to output tally 11: R6, 12: G6, 13: R7, 14: G7, 15: R8, 16: G8 (R stands for Red Tally, and G for Green Tally) information for each source and destination.
  • Page 478: Serial Tally Settings

    Clearing Source Address Settings Serial Tally Settings To clear a source address setting for each bit In the Engineering Setup >Router/Tally >Serial Tally There are two serial tally ports in each system interface >Source Assign menu (7367.1), select the serial tally port unit.
  • Page 479: Chapter 24 User Setup

    User Setup Chapter Enter a name of up to 16 characters in the keyboard Source Patching window, and press [Enter]. Repeat steps 2 to 4 to set all of the necessary names. Source patching is a function that automatically converts Press [File >Exp Usr Src Name].
  • Page 480: Replacing Signal Pairs Using The Patch Table

    pairs configured on switcher B are displayed in the list In the User Setup >Source Patch >Patch Table menu (7212), press [File >Snapshot]. on the right. The File >Snapshot >Snapshot menu (7131) appears. User source names Signal pairs Src Patch Link button In the list on the left, select the target user source name In the list on the right, select the file you want to recall to set.
  • Page 481: Communications Status

    Diagnosis Chapter Communications Status In the Diag menu, you can check the LAN communications status within the system. Communications Status Display Open the Diag >System Info >LAN Status menu (7431). The following information is displayed. Device: Devices that send information Target: Devices that receive information Status: Connection status •...
  • Page 482: Appendix

    Appendix Wipe Pattern List Interpreting the illustrations for patterns Note The black part of the pattern represents the old video, and When 3M/E mode or 4M/E mode is selected on the MVS- the white part the new video, with the wipe taking place in 7000X, there are cases in which “U2”...
  • Page 483: Dme Wipe Pattern List

    Mosaic wipes Random/diamond dust wipes DME Wipe Pattern List DME wipe patterns available in 1-channel mode Slide 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 Split 1011 1012 1013 Squeeze 1021 1022 1023 1024 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030...
  • Page 484 1031 Door 1041 1042 1043 1044 1045 1046 1047 1048 2D trans 1051 1052 1053 1054 1055 1056 1057 1058 1061 1062 1063 1064 1068 3D trans 1071 1072 1074 1076 1077 1088 1091 1092 1093 1094 Flip tumble 1101 1102 1103 1104...
  • Page 485 1311 1312 1313 1315 1316 1317 1318 1341 1342 1343 1344 1345 Roll 1321 1322 1323 1324 1325 1326 1327 1328 1329 1330 1331 1332 1333 1335 1336 1337 1338 1346 1347 1348 1349 1350 Mirror 1355 1356 1357 1358 Sphere 1365 Character trail...
  • Page 486 Sparkle 1391 1393 1394 1396 1398 1399 Mosaic 1701 Defocus 1702 User programmable DME The illustrations for patterns 1901 to 1999 show an effect register number or register name. 1901 1999 DME wipe patterns available in 2-channel mode Slide 2601 2602 2603 2604...
  • Page 487 2744 2745 Roll 2721 2722 2723 2724 2725 2726 2727 2728 2729 2730 2731 2732 2733 2735 2736 2737 2738 2746 2747 2748 2749 2750 Brick 2801 2802 2803 2804 2811 2812 2813 2814 Frame in-out 2851 2852 2853 2854 2861 2862 2863...
  • Page 488: Resizer Dme Wipe Pattern List

    Resizer DME Wipe Pattern List Slide 7001 7002 7003 7004 7005 7006 7007 7008 Squeeze 7021 7022 7023 7024 7025 7026 7027 7028 7029 7030 7031 Frame in-out 7201 7202 7203 7204 7205 7206 7207 7208 7221 7222 7223 7224...
  • Page 489: Menu Tree

    Menu Tree Menus that support default recall This shows the configuration of each menu. The following menus support restoring parameter values and enable/disable settings to the default state using the Note [Default Recall] button. Some menus and unsupported functions may not appear, depending on the system configuration.
  • Page 490 Menu (Page No.) Default Recall HF2: Edge (1112) VF1: Key1 VF2: Key2 Matte Adjust (1112.1) VF3: Key3 Mix Ptn Select (1112.2) VF4: Key4 Zabton Adjust (1112.3) VF1: Key5 Mix Ptn Select (1112.2) VF2: Key6 VF3: Key7 – Pattern Select (1116.2) VF4: Key8 Main Mask (1113) Matte Adjust (1112.1)
  • Page 491 Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF6: DME Wipe HF1: 1ch (1161) HF2: 2ch (1162) HF3: 3ch (1163) HF4: Edge/Direction (1164) Matte Adjust (1154.1) HF5: Modify (1165) – Remove From Begin (1165.1) – HF7: DME Wipe Snapshot (1167) – Wipe Snapshot (1157) HF1: Transition (1171) VF7: Misc Clip Transition (1176)
  • Page 492: Pgm/pst Menu

    PGM/PST Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall VF1: DSK1 HF1: Type (1411) VF2: DSK2 Chroma Adjust (1411.1) VF3: DSK3 Matte Adjust (1411.2) VF4: DSK4 Mix Ptn Select (1412.2) VF1: DSK5 – Pattern Select (1416.2) VF2: DSK6 VF3: DSK7 Matte Adjust (1412.1) VF4: DSK8 Wipe Adjust (1416.1) –...
  • Page 493 Menu (Page No.) Default Recall VF5: Wipe HF1: Main Pattern (1451) HF2: Pattern Mix (1452) HF3: Sub Pattern (1453) HF4: Edge/Direction (1454) Matte Adjust (1454.1) Mix Ptn Select (1454.2) HF5: Main Modify (1455) Multi Adjust (1455.1) HF6: Sub Modify (1456) Multi Adjust (1456.1) –...
  • Page 494: Color Bkgd Menu

    Color Bkgd Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall VF1: Color Bkgd1 (2210) Mix Ptn Select (2210.1) VF2: Color Bkgd2 (2220) Mix Ptn Select (2220.1) a) Some parameters cannot be reset to default values using Default Recall. Aux Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall VF1: Aux Bus (2311) HF1: Video Process (2311)
  • Page 495: Frame Memory Menu

    Menu (Page No.) Default Recall VF2: CCR2 HF1: Input Process (2421) HF2: Primary CCR (2422) Mask 1 Adjust (2422.1) Mask Ptn Select (2422.2) Mask 2 Adjust (2422.3) Mask Ptn Select (2422.4) HF3: Secondary CCR (2423) Mask 1 Adjust (2422.1) Mask Ptn Select (2422.2) Mask 2 Adjust (2422.3) Mask Ptn Select (2422.4) HF5: Luminance Process (2425)
  • Page 496: Copy/swap Menu

    Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF6: External Device HF1: Ext HDD Format (2561) – HF2: Ext HDD Backup/Restore (2562) – HF4: Backup to DDR/VTR (2564) – File Name Data (7153) – HF5: Restore from DDR/VTR (2565) – File Name Data (7153) Copy/Swap Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall...
  • Page 497: Dme Menu

    DME Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – – Status (4100) VF1: Edge HF1: Border/Crop (4111) HF2: Beveled Edge (4112) HF3: Key Border (4113) HF4: Art Edge (4114) HF5: Flex Shadow (4115) HF6: Wipe Crop (4116) Pattern Select (4116.1) HF7: Color Mix (4117) Mix Pattern Select (4117.1) VF2: Video Modify HF1: Defocus/Blur (4121)
  • Page 498 Menu (Page No.) Default Recall HF1: Non Linear (4141) VF4: Non Linear/Corner Wave (4141.1) Mosaic Glass (4141.2) Flag (4141.3) Twist (4141.4) Ripple (4141.5) Rings (4141.7) Broken Glass (4141.8) Flying Bars (4141.9) Blind (4141.10) Split (4141.11) Split Slide (4141.12) Mirror (4141.13) Multi Mirror (4141.14) Kaleidoscope (4141.15) Lens (4141.16)
  • Page 499: Global Effect Menu

    Menu (Page No.) Default Recall VF5: Light/Trail HF1: Lighting (4151) HF2: Trail (4152) Color Mix (4117) HF3: Motion Decay (4153) HF4: KF Strobe (4154) HF5: Wind (4155) Color Mix (4117) HF6: Spot Lighting (4156) Texture Ptn Select (4156.1) – Copy/Swap (4156.2) Light 1 (4156.3) Light Color Adjust (4156.4) Light 2 (4156.5)
  • Page 500: Router Menu

    Router Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF1: Router Control HF1: Router Control (5111) – Change Xpt (5111.1) Device Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF1: GPI Timeline HF1: GPI Timeline (5311) – Rewind Action (5311.1) – VF2: P-Bus Timeline HF1: P-Bus Timeline (5321) –...
  • Page 501: Key Frame Menu

    Key Frame Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – – HF1: Time Line (6111) HF3: Path (6113) M/E-1 (6113.1) M/E-2 (6113.2) M/E-3 (6113.3) M/E-4 (6113.21) M/E-5 (6113.23) P/P (6113.4) M/E-1 Sub (6113.17) M/E-2 Sub (6113.18) M/E-3 Sub (6113.19) M/E-4 Sub (6113.22) M/E-5 Sub (6113.24) P/P Sub (6113.20) User1 (6113.5)
  • Page 502 Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF1: Master Timeline HF1: Store (6211) – Edit (6211.1) – HF2: Lock (6212) – HF3: Copy (6213) – HF4: Move (6214) – HF5: Swap (6215) – HF6: Delete (6216) – HF7: Rename (6217) – VF2: Effect 1-99 HF1: Attribute (6221) –...
  • Page 503: Snapshot Menu

    Snapshot Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – – Status (6300) – VF1: Master Snapshot HF1: Store (6311) – Edit (6311.1) – HF2: Lock (6312) – HF3: Copy (6313) – HF4: Move (6314) – HF5: Swap (6315) – HF6: Delete (6316) –...
  • Page 504: Shotbox Menu

    Shotbox Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF1: Register HF1: Store/Recall (6411) – Edit (6411.1) – HF2: Lock (6412) – HF3: Copy (6413) – HF4: Move (6414) – HF5: Swap (6415) – HF6: Delete (6416) – HF7: Rename (6417) File Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall...
  • Page 505: User Setup Menu

    Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF3: Snapshot HF1: Snapshot (7131) – File Edit (7131.1) – HF2: Wipe Snapshot (7132) – File Edit (7132.1) – HF3: DME Snapshot (7133) – File Edit (7133.1) – HF4: Key Snapshot (7134) – File Edit (7134.1) –...
  • Page 506: Engineering Setup Menu

    Engineering Setup Menu Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF1: System HF1: Network Config (7311) – HF2: System Config (7312) – Panel Assign (7312.1) – Switcher Assign (7312.2) – HF3: Format (7313) – Aspect (7313.1) – Switcher Aspect (7313.2) – DME Aspect (7313.3) –...
  • Page 507 Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF2: Panel HF1: Config (7321) – 10 Key Region Assign (7321.7) – Link/Program Button (7321.8) – Key Trans Link (7321.2) – External Bus Link (7321.3) – Link Matrix Adjust (7321.4) – Link Table Adjust (7321.5) –...
  • Page 508 Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF2: Panel HF4: Prefs/Utility (7324) – Utility Module Assign (7324.1) – Trans Rate Mode Assign (7324.3) – Utility/Shotbox Module (7321.36) – Xpt Module Assign (7324.2) – HF5: Device Interface (7325) – Device Assign (7325.4) –...
  • Page 509 Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF3: Switcher HF3: Output (7333) – Output Assign (7333.1) – Video Clip (7333.2) – V Blank/Through (7333.3) – Safe Title (7333.4) – 4:3 Crop (7333.5) – FC Adjust (7333.6) – Format Converter (3121) – Multi Viewer (7333.9) –...
  • Page 510 Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF4: DME HF1: Input (7341) – TBC Center (7341.1) – HF3: Output (7343) – Monitor Output (7343.1) – HF4: Device Interface (7344) – DME1 GPI Input (7344.1) – H/L Set (7344.2) – DME1 GPI Output (7344.3) –...
  • Page 511: Diag Menu

    Menu (Page No.) Default Recall – VF6: Router/Tally HF1: Router (7361) – External Box Assign (7361.1) – HF2: Group Tally (7362) – HF3: Wiring (7363) – New (7363.1) – Modify (7363.2) – HF4: Tally Enable (7364) – New (7364.1) – Modify (7364.2) –...
  • Page 512: Disabled Operation And Settings Menus

    Disabled Operation and Settings Menus Disabled Menus on the MVS-8000X On the MVS-8000X, the following operations and settings relating to M/E-5 are disabled. Menu number Menu 3111 Copy/Swap >Copy/Swap >M/E 3112 Copy/Swap >Copy/Swap >Key 3113 Copy/Swap >Copy/Swap >Wipe 3114 Copy/Swap >Copy/Swap >DME Wipe 3115 Copy/Swap >Copy/Swap >Matte...
  • Page 513 Menu number Menu 6346 Snapshot >DME Snapshot >Delete 6347 Snapshot >DME Snapshot >Rename 6351 Snapshot >Key Snapshot >Attribute 6352 Snapshot >Key Snapshot >Lock 6353 Snapshot >Key Snapshot >Copy 6354 Snapshot >Key Snapshot >Move 6355 Snapshot >Key Snapshot >Swap 6356 Snapshot >Key Snapshot >Delete 6357 Snapshot >Key Snapshot >Rename 6411.1...
  • Page 514: Disabled Menus In 4k Systems

    Notation conventions • “M/E-x” indicates M/E-1 to M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X and M/E-1 to M/E-5 on the MVS-7000X. • Key1 to Key8 corresponds to DSK1 to DSK8 for operations and settings relating to keys on the PGM/PST bank.
  • Page 515 Menu number Menu Disabled operations/settings • [Dual Rszr Effect] settings 1115 M/E-1 >Key1 >Processed Key/Resizer • <DME Select> group DME selection buttons 1125 M/E-1 >Key2 >Processed Key/Resizer • [Override] settings • [Ext Proc Key] settings • [FM Feed] operation • [Resizer] settings (square division method) 1115.1 M/E-1 >Key1 >Processed Key/Resizer >Monitor All menu operations 1125.1...
  • Page 516 Menu number Menu Disabled operations/settings 1153 M/E-1 >Wipe >Sub Pattern All menu operations 1154 M/E-1 >Wipe >Edge/Direction <Edge Fill> group [Utility2 Bus] settings 1154.1 M/E-1 >Wipe >Edge/Direction >Matte Adjust All menu operations other than <Edge Matte> group [Flat Color] 1154.2 M/E-1 >Wipe >Edge/Direction >Matte Adjust All menu operations >Mix Pattern Select...
  • Page 517 Menu number Menu Disabled operations/settings 2531, 2532 Frame Memory >Reposition/Lock All menu operations 2541 Frame Memory >File >Pair Recombination All menu operations 2542 Frame Memory >File >Auto Extraction All menu operations 2561 Frame Memory >External Device >Ext HDD All menu operations Format 2562 All menu operations...
  • Page 518 Copy/Swap >Copy/Swap >M/E Operations relating to M/E-2 to M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X, and all menu operations on the MVS-7000X • Operations relating to M/E-2 to M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X 3112 Copy/Swap >Copy/Swap >Key and operations relating to M/E-1 to M/E-5 on the MVS- 7000X •...
  • Page 519 Key Frame menu Menu number Menu Disabled operations/settings • Operations relating to M/E-2 to M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X 6113, 6113.1 to Key Frame >Path 6113.16, and operations relating to M/E-1 to M/E-5 on the MVS- 6113.21, 7000X 6113.23 • Operations relating to Key3 to Key8 •...
  • Page 520 Shotbox menu Menu number Menu Disabled operations/settings • Settings relating to M/E-2 to M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X 6411.1 Shotbox >Register >Store/Recall >Edit and settings relating to M/E-1 to M/E-5 on the MVS- 7000X • Settings relating to DME File menu...
  • Page 521 Menu number Menu Disabled operations/settings • Operations relating to M/E-2 to M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X 7134 File >Snapshot >Key Snapshot and operations relating to M/E-1 to M/E-5 on the MVS- 7000X • Operations relating to Key3 to Key8 • Operations relating to M/E-2 to M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X 7134.1...
  • Page 522 • <M/E Operation Inhibit> group [Util2 Bus] settings 7321.19 Engineering Setup >Panel >Config >Link/ The following button settings: Program Button >Menu Panel - M/E2 to M/E4 on the MVS-8000X and M/E1 to M/E5 on the MVS-7000X - CCR - STATS - DME - GLB EFF 7321.27...
  • Page 523 Engineering Setup >Panel >Prefs/Utility 7324.1 Engineering Setup >Panel >Prefs/Utility >Utility safe titles: Module Assign - Output related to M/E-2 to M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X 7324.2 Engineering Setup >Panel >Prefs/Utility >Xpt and output related to M/E-1 to M/E-5 on the MVS- Module Assign...
  • Page 524 Viewer >Output Assign 7333.12 Engineering Setup >Switcher >Output >Aux Mix Settings relating to AUX11 to AUX48 • Settings relating to M/E-2 to M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X 7334 Engineering Setup >Switcher >Transition and settings relating to M/E-1 to M/E-5 on the MVS- 7000X •...
  • Page 525 - Settings relating to Key3 to Key8 a) You can change the banks that are not used to P/P, M/E-3, and M/E-4 on the MVS-8000X, and to P/P and M/E-2 to M/E-5 on the MVS-7000X. This operation is configured in the Engineering Setup >Switcher >Config >Logical M/E Assign menu (7331.5).
  • Page 526: Menus Recalled By Pressing A Button Twice

    Menus Recalled by Pressing a Button Twice “XX” represents the last recalled page in each menu. For relevant buttons other than the top menu selection buttons, pressing twice in rapid succession directly recalls a related menu page. The following table lists these buttons Note of each control block, together with the menus they recall.
  • Page 527 Transition control block Button Menu recalled by double-press See page • M/E-1, 2, 3, 4, 5 >Key1 >XX KEY1 page 98 • PGM/PST >DSK1 >XX • M/E-1, 2, 3, 4, 5 >Key2 >XX KEY2 • PGM/PST >DSK2 >XX • M/E-1, 2, 3, 4, 5 >Key3 >XX KEY3 •...
  • Page 528 Flexi Pad control block Button Menu recalled by double-press See page • M/E-1, 2, 3, 4, 5 >Key1 >XX KEY1 page 98 • PGM/PST >DSK1 >XX • M/E-1, 2, 3, 4, 5 >Key2 >XX KEY2 • PGM/PST >DSK2 >XX • M/E-1, 2, 3, 4, 5 >Key3 >XX KEY3 •...
  • Page 529 Numeric keypad control block Button Menu recalled by double-press See page • Effect >Effect 1-99 >XX page 326 • Effect >Master Timeline >Store page 324 • Snapshot >Snapshot >XX SNAPSHOT page 336 • Snapshot >Master Snapshot >Store page 338 SHOTBOX Shotbox >Register >Store/Recall page 344 MCRO...
  • Page 530: Spotlighting

    Spotlighting Texture Patterns Material provided by Digital Archive Japan, INC. Shape Patterns...
  • Page 531: Functional Differences Between Dme Models

    Functional Differences Between DME Models Yes: Available, No: Not available Function Menu number MVE-8000A MVE-9000 MKS-7470X/7471X See page page 227 Border signal selection 4111 Single color only Flat Color Flat Color Ext Video Ext Video Mix Color Mix Color CG border 4111 page 228 Key border...
  • Page 532 Function Menu number MVE-8000A MVE-9000 MKS-7470X/7471X See page Glow 4174 page 244 Cannot be enabled at Cannot be enabled at Cannot be enabled at the same time as the same time as Key the same time as Key Defocus/Blur. Border. Border.
  • Page 533: Simple Connection Of The Mks-8080/8082 Aux Bus Remote Panel

    In the Engineering Setup >Router/Tally >Router menu Simple Connection of the (7361), set the position in the MVS-8000X/7000X system S-Bus space. MKS-8080/8082 AUX Bus Select the setting from SWR1 and SWR2, and set each Remote Panel of Source, Destination, and Level to 1.
  • Page 534: Macro File Editing Rules

    Word separator character Use “,” (comma). Macro File Editing Rules Ignored Spaces and tabs are ignored. There is no distinction When editing a macro file, observe the following rules. between lowercase and uppercase. If two or more separator characters appear consecutively, later ones are ignored.
  • Page 535: Saving And Loading A File

    Example path: Saving and Loading a File Removable Drive\Sample\MACRO\CTRLCPU\ nnnnnnnn.PNL_rrrr.PMR For a newly created file, if you create a directory on a removable drive and move the file to the prescribed location, you can then load it in the >All, External File Errors menu.
  • Page 536: Symbols And Parameters

    Event Symbol Using Continue Recall wipe snapshot WipeSnapshot Recall DME wipe snapshot DMEWipeSnapshot Recall shotbox Shotbox Recall master snapshot MasterSnapshot Recall master timeline MasterTimelineRecall Recall effect TimelineRecall Effect execution TimelineRun Rewind keyframe TimelineRewind Fast forward effect TimelineFF Effect execution direction selection (normal) TimelineDirectionNormal Effect execution direction selection (reverse) TimelineDirectionReverse Yes...
  • Page 537 Symbol Parameter name Arguments Description AuxXpt AuxBus? Target AUX bus EditPreview, Aux1 to Aux48, (a): DMEnVideo2nd= Bus for selecting FrameMemory1 background video signal of DMEn channel (n=1 to 8), FrameMemory2 (b): DMEnKey2nd= Bus for selecting background key signal of DMEn channel (n=1 to DME1Video to DME8Video, DME1Key to DME8Key, DME1Video2nd to...
  • Page 538 Symbol Parameter name Arguments Description Device? Target device 1 to 12, FrameMemory1Clip to FrameMemory8Clip Timecode? Current (a), Start point timecode hh:mm:ss:ff hh=hours (00 to 23) As for Frame Memory 1 Clip to Frame Memory 8 Clip, hh is fixed to “01.” mm=minutes (00 to 59) ss=seconds (00 to 59) ff=frames (00 to 29)
  • Page 539 Symbol Parameter name Arguments Description StartTc Device? Target device 1 to 12, FrameMemory1Clip to FrameMemory8Clip MasterSnapshot Register? 1 to 99 Target register number MasterTimelineRecall Register? 1 to 99 Target register number RouterXpt DestinationButton? 1 to 128 Router cross-point button Source? 1 to 1024 Router source number Level?
  • Page 540: Example Of File Contents

    Symbol Parameter name Arguments Description UtilityButton UtilityModule? Target control block UserPrefs, UtilityBox Button? 1 to 480 Target button Status of function assigned to button UtilityStatus? Off, (a): Operates according to currently assigned Current (a) function FMLoop Device? FrameMemory1Clip to Target clip FrameMemory8Clip FMLoopMode? On (a),...
  • Page 541: Content Displayed In Macro Attachment List

    Button (1) Button (2) Button (3) Content Displayed in XPT 1 Sub A Bus (nothing) Sub B Bus Shift Macro Attachment List XPT 128 Sub KEY1 Bus 1st Row, 2nd Row 1st Row Shift, 2nd Sub KEY8 Bus Row Shift The “Button”...
  • Page 542: Aux Bus Control Block

    Block Select: P/P, Block: P/P Trans AUX Bus Control Block Button (1) Button (2) Button (3) Block Select: Aux, Block: AUX-1, AUX-2 (nothing) (blank Button (1) Button (2) Button (3) SUPER MIX KEY1 PST COLOR MIX EDIT PVW XPT 1 WIPE KEY8 AUX1...
  • Page 543: Other Blocks

    Button (1) Button (2) Button (3) Menu Operations Not DSK1 XPT 1 V Shift Registered in a Menu V 4th Row XPT 128 DSK8 V 4th Row Shift Macro M/E-1 KEY1 M/E-1 KEY8 The menu operations not registered in a menu macro M/E-2 KEY1 comprise some operations common to all menus and some M/E-2 KEY8...
  • Page 544: Data Saved By [setup Define] And [initial Status Define]

    Data Saved by [Setup Define] and [Initial Status Define] This section lists the data saved in the Engineering Setup >System >Start Up menu (7314) by [Setup Define] and [Initial Status Define]. Data Saved by [Setup Define] Included in Panel Setup Menu number Menu path Saved data...
  • Page 545: Data Saved By [initial Status Define]

    Menu number Menu path Saved data 7322.5 All data relating to Main, V/K Pair Assign menu Engineering Setup >Panel >Xpt Assign >Main, V/K Pair Assign 7322.6 Engineering Setup >Panel >Xpt Assign >Src Name/ All data relating to Src Name/Src Color menu Src Color 7326.2 Engineering Setup >Panel >Operation >Effect Mode...
  • Page 546 Menu number Menu path Saved data – – • The following data for each M/E cross-points, transitions, Key1 to Key8 (including independent key transition settings), wipes, DME wipes, video process • Color background 1 and 2 • Frame memory • AUX bus (including video processing and AUX mix transition settings) •...
  • Page 547: Error Messages

    Error Messages a No b Date/Time c Device Error messages appear in the following three formats. • Listed by the Error Status menu (7411) or Error Log d Status menu (7412) • Message box • Listed by the Error Information menu (9900) Error Messages Displayed in the Error Status/Error Log Menu When an error occurs, the word “ERROR”...
  • Page 548: Error Messages Appearing In A Message Box

    e Clear button This deletes the selected error log item from the list. a No b Date/Time f Plural button c Device Press [Plural] to enable selection of more than one log. To cancel the selection, press once again to return to the d Status normal display.
  • Page 549 Icon Message Description Append Key Frame [Append Key Frame] cannot be 2515: Frame Memory >Still >Create Key Frame executed. When [Append Key Frame] was executed, the frame memory output (FMx) FMx is not assigned to a user region. was not assigned to a User region. Make the assignment in menu 7331.4 (Engineering Setup >Switcher >Config >User1-8 Config), and try again.
  • Page 550 Icon Message Description Invalid FM OutCh (–6). 2564: Frame Memory >External Device >Backup to DDR/VTR When [Backup Start] was pressed, the specified frame memory output channel could not be used. 2564: Frame Memory >External Device >Backup to DDR/VTR Specified FM OutCh was locked (–7). When [Backup Start] was pressed, the specified frame memory output channel was locked.
  • Page 551 Icon Message Description 2515: Frame Memory >Still >Create Key Frame [Create Key Frame] cannot be When [Create Key Frame] was executed, the region selection button for the executed. Key Frame Register is not active. register in the numeric keypad control block was not selected. Select the region selection button [UserX] in the numeric keypad control block, and try (UserX) again.
  • Page 552 Icon Message Description Still frame on FM 2nd board (–51). 2542: Frame Memory >File >Auto Extraction When [Extraction Start] was pressed, a still image was extracted from an external clip. Clip frame number can’t be ODD in 2542: Frame Memory >File >Auto Extraction 720P format (–52).
  • Page 553 Icon Message Description Cannot access the partition (–12). 2561: Frame Memory >External Device >Ext HDD Format When [5 Partition] or [15 Partition] was pressed, the external HDD logical drive could not be accessed. Check that the external HDD is formatted correctly.
  • Page 554 Icon Message Description Loading Texture Pattern Target File: XXXXX 7316.9: Engineering Setup >System >Install/Unit Config >Texture Package Failed to load target bmp file./Illegal An error occurred when loading a texture file. Delete texture files with an illegal size or illegal file name, then try again. Name.
  • Page 555 Icon Message Description The external HDD is busy (–22). 2562: Frame Memory >External Device >Ext HDD Backup/Restore When [Rename] was pressed, the external HDD was busy and could not be accessed. Check that the access lamp of the external HDD or the menu indicator is turned off, and try again.
  • Page 556 Icon Message Description Specified FM OutCh was locked (–7). 2565: Frame Memory >External Device >Restore from DDR/VTR When [Restore Start] was pressed, the specified frame memory output channel was locked. 2565: Frame Memory >External Device >Restore from DDR/VTR Restore failed, some Clip files cannot be deleted on this board (–8).
  • Page 557: Error Messages Shown In The Error Information Menu

    Icon Message Description Warning (System Config) Illegal Network Config Information When starting up the menu system, one of the messages on the left (Page 7311) appears, depending on the status, if the system information read from the control panel is not correct. Illegal Panel Assign Information for According to the message, execute operations in menu 7311 (Engineering Dual Simul Operation (Page 7312)
  • Page 558: Maintenance

    Maintenance control block, and utility/shotbox control block If you have any concerns about dust or other matter on the LCD buttons, contact your Sony service representative. Replacing Keytop Labels A tool for removing keytops is supplied with the control panel.
  • Page 559: Index

    Blink 111 menu 179 Index Corner Pinning 275 dual background bus mode 71 Cross-point link 409, 450 assign tables 413, 416 override 331 source table 417 Numerics selection 69 Cross-point buttons 30, 46 1st row 30, 47 Bus fixed mode 87, 446 button number 72 2ND DELEG button 48 Button rows...
  • Page 560 setting 467, 468 duration 299, 318 IP converter 394, 441 timeline 293 execution 321 output 444 Display keyframes 298 PI converter 394 AUX bus control block 47 registers 298, 307 Frame delay 394, 439 brightness 432 resizer 121 Frame memory 153 cross-point control block 31 setting 427 clip 153...
  • Page 561 HF buttons 52 initial state 112, 116 initialize 406 insertion 75 Local space 210 link 410, 451 Locking modifiers 96 files 407 ICP-X7000 16, 28, 65 output destination 111 FM output 161 Illegal color limiter 438, 457 priority 77 setup 406 Importing resizer 117 Luminance key 95...
  • Page 562 MVE-8000A 209, 16 macro 350 Resizer operation buttons 38 MVE-9000 16, 209 P-Bus Router MVS-7000X 16 setting 426, 466 destination 183, 417 MVS-8000X 16 supported devices 284 interface 470 timeline 284 setup 470 trigger 285 PGM/PST NAM 74 configuration 28, 408...
  • Page 563 tally 476 Software default 212 Serial tally 476 install key 401 display 224 Setting buttons 38 installation 399 initial state 225 Setup 25 unique device ID 400 input 225 control panel 408 Source patching 477 reset 225 DCU 461 Source space 210 Three-dimensional transforms 210 DME 457 Spotlighting 265...
  • Page 564 Wipe patterns dust mix 127 UNDO button 37 list 480 Unique device ID 400 modifier link 127 Unit ID 389, 390 modifiers 128, 134 file copying 387 pattern mix 126 User selection 125, 134 setup 477 type 125 User preference buttons 49 setting 418 User programmable DME 150 transition mode 150, 315...
  • Page 565 Trademarks • Windows is either a registered trademark or a trademark of that is the property of Sony Corporation and is intended solely for use by the purchasers of the equipment described in this Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other manual.
  • Page 566 MVS-8000X System Sony Corporation MVS-7000X System (SY) 4-567-369-01 (1) © 2014...

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