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    • Manual # 26-0407000-00 • Revision B pÅêÉÉåmolJff » rëÉêÛë=dìáÇÉ...

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    30 days after the transfer of risks. In the event of justified notice of compliant, Barco can repair the fault or provide a replacement at its own discretion within an appropriate period. If this measure proves to be impossible or unsuccessful, the purchaser can demand a reduction in the purchase price or cancellation of the contract.

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    Not included in the guarantee coverage are system failures which are attributed to programs or special electronic circuitry provided by the purchaser, e.g. interfaces. Normal wear as well as normal maintenance are not subject to the guarantee provided by Barco either.

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    To avoid fire hazard, use only the fuse having identical type, voltage rating, and current rating characteristics. Refer fuse replacement to qualified service personnel. aç=kçí=léÉê~íÉ=áå=bñéäçëáîÉ=^íãçëéÜÉêÉë To avoid explosion, do not operate this product in an explosive atmosphere. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Ein Ausrufungszeichen innerhalb eines gleichwinkeligen Dreiecks dient dazu, den Benutzer auf wichtige Bedienungs-und Wartungsanweisungen in der Dem Great beiliegenden Literatur aufmerksam zu machen. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Highlights an essential operating procedure, condition or statement.

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    `Ü~åÖÉ=eáëíçêó The table below lists the changes to the ScreenPRO-II User’s Guide. Table 0-1. Change History Date ECO # 9/23/05 1491 New ScreenPRO-II User’s Guide 12/5/05 1527 Updated Appendix A, “Input/Output Resolutions List”; added Appendices C and D; plus other misc. corrections.

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    ScreenPRO-II Features ........4...

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    Shadow Menu ........72 Image Effects Menu ....... 73 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Monitor Layout ......... . 117 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Matte Menu .

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    Pend on Preview Method ......133 Pend on Program Method ......134 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    System Connection ........168 Setting Unique ScreenPRO-II IDs ......175 Enabling Remote Control.

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    Table of Contents ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 13: Chapter Structure

    NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå This chapter is designed to introduce you to the ScreenPRO-II. Areas to be covered are: • Chapter Structure • How to Use This Guide • Conventions • Terms and Definitions • System Overview `Ü~éíÉê=píêìÅíìêÉ The following chapters provide instructions for all aspects of ScreenPRO-II operations: •...

  • Page 14: How To Use This Guide, Conventions

    ">" symbol is used to divide each successive menu picks. denotes an operations procedure. denotes an example. Split Layer Press to ... {BORDER} Press to … To access the Genlock Menu, press {HOME} > {OUTPUT} > {GLCK}. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 15: Terms And Definitions

    The following terms and definitions are used throughout this guide: • A “Background” is an unscaled source, typically originating from a computer. ScreenPRO-II enables you to work with two background sources, each of which appears at the system’s lowest priority — visually in back of all other sources. •...

  • Page 16: System Overview, Screenpro-ii High-resolution Seamless Switcher, Screenpro-ii Features, Product Models, Multiple Screen User Interface (optional)

    Effect Combinations pÅêÉÉåmolJff eáÖÜJoÉëçäìíáçå=pÉ~ãäÉëë=pïáíÅÜÉê The ScreenPRO-II Seamless Switcher is a high-resolution multi-layer video display system that combines seamless switching with a variety of creative video effects. The result is a versatile video production tool for live event staging and fixed installation applications.

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    • Output synchronization: free-run or vertically locked to NTSC/PAL black burst, CSync or HD tri-level sync mêçÇìÅí=jçÇÉäë ScreenPRO-II is available in two different models: • Basic Model The basic model includes eight analog inputs on HD-15 connectors. These inputs feed an internal 8 x 2 router, which provides sources to the two scalers. The unit also features two high resolution DVI inputs which can be used for two unscaled background sources, or one background and one DSK source.

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    System Overview jìäíáéäÉ=pÅêÉÉå=rëÉê=fåíÉêÑ~ÅÉ=Eléíáçå~äF Event control is available using multiple ScreenPRO-II units in conjunction with the Encore SC/LC Controller or the ScreenPRO-II Controller. In this mode, all ScreenPRO-II functions (including system setup) are supported from the controller, which is equipped with easy-to- use menus, a T-Bar for manual transitions and buttons for user presets.

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    The symbol B indicates that you can dissolve between sources within the PIP. The ScreenPRO-II system provides two backgrounds, two scalable layers in the mixer plus an unscaled DSK and a full screen, unscaled LOGO. The LOGO, DSK and backgrounds are always unscaled.

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    This transition is similar to effect 3, but because the DSK is not in use, the background can transition between sources A and B. You can also independently fade, cut, size and position both the PIP and the key. ↔ Background A Key B Figure 1-6. Effect 4 Diagram ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    This transition is similar to effect 5, but because the DSK is not in use, the background can transition. You can also independently fade the two PIPs. ↔ Background A Figure 1-8. Effect 6 Diagram ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå System Overview...

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    NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå System Overview ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    OK==e~êÇï~êÉ=lêáÉåí~íáçå få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides detailed information about the ScreenPRO-II’s hardware. The following topics are discussed: • ScreenPRO-II Rear Panel • ScreenPRO-II Front Panel • Use of Color • Front Panel Sections ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 24: Screenpro-ii Rear Panel

    ScreenPRO-II Rear Panel pÅêÉÉåmolJff=oÉ~ê=m~åÉä The figure below illustrates the ScreenPRO-II rear panel: Figure 2-1. ScreenPRO-II Rear Panel SDI Inputs Analog Inputs Background/DSK Inputs Program Outputs Following are descriptions of each rear panel connector and section. SDI Inputs Two BNC connectors are provided for HD-SDI or SD-SDI inputs (or one of each).

  • Page 25: Analog Input Flexibility

    “ Analog 15-pin D Connector AC Connector One AC Connector is provided to connect the ScreenPRO-II to your facility’s AC power source. The integral switch turns the chassis on and off. Genlock Connectors Two BNC connectors are provided for analog Genlock (reference video) connections.

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    User feedback for the current switch position is provided on the system’s Genlock Menu . Please note: Serial Ports Two 9-pin D connectors are provided for RS-232 serial communications with the ScreenPRO-II chassis and for downloading code in the field. In Appendix A, refer to the “ Serial Connector 10) Ethernet Port One RJ-45 connector is provided for 10/100BaseT Ethernet communications with the ScreenPRO-II chassis.

  • Page 27: Screenpro-ii Front Panel

    Refer to the “ Layer Control Section The Layer Control Section is the operational heart of the ScreenPRO-II, enabling you to assign sources to PIPs and keys on the mixer. Here, you control the overall “look” on Preview and Program. Refer to the “...

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    Mixer Functions Section apply to that layer, enabling you to change its mode and manipulate the source. Refer to the “ page 24 for details. ScreenPRO-II Model This section displays the ScreenPRO-II model, either basic or HD. Figure 2-2. ScreenPRO-II Model Labels Transition Section ”...

  • Page 29: Use Of Color

    Color plays an important “visual” role with the ScreenPRO-II’s front panel buttons: White buttons are used for sources. Yellow buttons are functions and modes that always apply to the active (blinking) layer. Functions include assigning PIPs and keys to the active layer, setting up moves, freezing the active layer and swapping layer priority.

  • Page 30: Front Panel Sections

    This section provides detailed descriptions and illustrations of each front panel section. The following topics are discussed: • Touch Screen Menu Section • Source Selection Bus • Layer Control Section • Transition Section • Mixer Functions Section ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 31: Navigating, Touch Screen Menu Section

    Three Rotary Knobs are provided to the right of the Touch Screen. Each knob controls or adjusts the function that is labeled on the Touch Screen itself, immediately adjacent to the knob. Please note: ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide [ 2.0 ] [ LINEAR ]...

  • Page 32: Source Selection Bus

    The two SDI buttons correspond to SDI inputs 1 and 2 on the rear panel. These buttons are only labeled (and active) with the HD model of ScreenPRO-II. Press a button in the section to assign the source to the blinking “mixer” button in the Layer Control Section .

  • Page 33: Layer Control Section

    This occurs because the BG/DSK Input B is shared between the DSK and BG B . ScreenPRO-II uses a “lookahead” Preview monitor that fully represents how the Program output will appear next . By selecting combinations of PIPs, keys, backgrounds and the DSK, you are composing a Preview image that will appear on Program —...

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    LOGO • The logo is the system’s highest priority layer, and is selected from one of ScreenPRO-II’s three internal frame stores. • The LOGO layer is often used as a “black preview” function. If Black is selected as the “type” on the Logo Input Setup menu, you can fade to black at any time by selecting LOGO on preview.

  • Page 35: Transition Section

    • In Chapter 4, refer to the “ • In Chapter 6, refer to the “ operational procedures. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide ” section on page 63 for menu details. Effects Menu Working with Transitions Effects Menu ” section on page 63 for menu details.

  • Page 36: Mixer Functions Section

    ” section on page 75 for details. Using Full Screen ” section on page 129 for instructions. PIP Adjustment Menu Clearing Layers from Program Move Reset Move Setup ” section on page 67 for details. ” section on page 128 for ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Move — press to pend a “move” for a PIP or key, enabling you to fly the PIP or key from one location to another on the next auto transition. Move In Chapter 6, refer to the “ ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Using Swap Z-Order ” section on page 129 for instructions. Using Freeze ”...

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    2. Hardware Orientation Front Panel Sections ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    PK==e~êÇï~êÉ=fåëí~ää~íáçå få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides comprehensive installation instructions for the ScreenPRO-II system’s hardware. The following topics are discussed: • Safety Precautions • Unpacking and Inspection • Site Preparation • Rack-Mount Installation • Cable and Adapter Information • Input Connection Chart •...

  • Page 40: Safety Precautions

    The ScreenPRO-II chassis is designed to be rack mounted and is supplied with front rack- mount hardware. Rear rack-mount brackets are available as a kit and are recommended for use when units are mounted in transit cases.

  • Page 41: Cable And Adapter Information

    • Rack mount each ScreenPRO-II chassis from the front rack ears using four rack screws (not supplied). Rack threads may be metric or otherwise — depending upon the rack type. • Install the lower of the two mounting holes first.

  • Page 42: Input Connection Chart

    Input Connection Chart fåéìí=`çååÉÅíáçå=`Ü~êí= The following Input Connection Chart is provided to assist with your input connections. Please complete one chart for every ScreenPRO-II system, and make copies as required. Please note the following important points: • The mixer has eight analog input connections (scaled), and with the HD model, two scaled HD/SD inputs.

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    (HD model only) Scaled HD/SD Input 2 (HD model only) Scaled BG Input A Digital, Unscaled - BG [ BG/DSK Input B Digital, Unscaled - BG [ ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Input Detail Physical Source ] DSK [ Input Connection Chart Note...

  • Page 44: Unpacking And Inspection, Installation

    Installation fåëí~ää~íáçå The figure below illustrates a block diagram of a basic ScreenPRO-II system. This diagram can be used as reference in the following installation procedure. Inputs Analog Sources to Analog Inputs 1-8 HD/SD Sources to HD/SD Inputs 1-2 (HD Model Only)

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    Power Connection — connect an AC power cord to the AC Power Connector on the rear of the ScreenPRO-II chassis, and then to AC outlets. Connect AC Power cords (or AC adapters) to all peripheral equipment, such as Ethernet Hubs and monitors.

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    Home Menu . This menu enables you to set the ID of the ScreenPRO-II chassis. Set the ScreenPRO-II chassis ID to a value that is not used within the Encore or ScreenPRO-II Controller’s system. The system will not function properly if duplicate IDs are in use.

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    QK==jÉåì=lêáÉåí~íáçå få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter describes all ScreenPRO-II system menus, including how they are accessed, the functions that are available, and simple descriptions of each menu tree (in block diagram format). The following menus are discussed: • Home Menu • Input Menu •...

  • Page 48: Home Menu, Global Rules

    ScreenPRO II OUTPUT SYSTEM EFFECTS FRAME REMOTE DISPLAY GRAB CONTROL Input Menu .” Output Menu .” System Menu .” Effects Menu .” Status Menu .” Display Settings Menu Frame Grab Menu Remote Control Menu .” .” .” ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 49: Input Menu, Input Menu Tree, Input Menu Description

    Input Pre and Sub Menus fåéìí=jÉåì=qêÉÉ The figure below illustrates the Input Menu tree: Input Configuration Menu Aspect Ratio Menu Figure 4-2. Input Menu Tree ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Source Selection HOME MENU INPUT INPUT MENU SELECT SIZING FORMAT Sizing...

  • Page 50: Input Menu Functions

    Enables you to set the resolution of the incoming source if desired. Once the format is selected manually with the rotary knob, press FORMAT } to “accept” the selection. SRC_3 [ RGB ] [ RGB ] [ 1:1 ] 100.0 100.0 FORCE ACQUIRE { SELECT ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Note • Input Type — sets the type of input connected to the ScreenPRO-II, such as RGB, SD, HD or Composite. Available choices change depending on the selected format. Selections include RGB, and HD SDI •...

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    The FORCE ACQUIRE command only works on the selected input — not on all inputs simultaneously. Input Configuration Menu ” section on page 42 for details. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Input Aspect Ratio Menu ” “ section on page 149 for Sizing Menu ”...

  • Page 53: Input Acquisition Menu

    With a connection established, press { FORCE ACQUIRE } to perform the optimum image setup and automatically display the Input Menu , or ... • Press { ADJUST } to display the Input Menu without performing a FORCE ACQUIRE. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Input Menu SRC_3 Source acquisition failed. Check cable connections for input _______ .

  • Page 54: Input Configuration Menu

    • Press { SAVE } to save the selected input in the designated input file. • Press { DELETE } to delete the selected input file. SRC_3 [ 3 ] [ IFILE_003 ] DELETE ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 55: Sizing Menu

    • V Active — sets the number of vertical lines in the image. • V Position — sets the start of the active area’s vertical offset from V sync. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide 1:1 Sizing Menu appears. Oversample Sizing Menu...

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    SRC_3 4062 FORCE ACQUIRE If you switch to another input, the menu does not change. If there is no valid input video, the settings are not applicable. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 57: Color Balance Menu

    Press { SAVE } to save the selected input in the designated input file. • Press { RESET ALL } to return all parameters to their default values. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Adjust Red Contrast and Brightness as required. Adjust Green Contrast and Brightness as required.

  • Page 58: Aspect Ratio Menu

    Ratio — when Custom is selected, the Ratio line appears. Enter a custom aspect ratio as desired. The field is hidden when pre-defined ratios are selected. • Press { SAVE } to save the selected input in the designated input file. SRC_3 Custom 1.279 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 59: Output Menu, Output Menu Tree, Output Menu Description

    Output Sub Menus lìíéìí=jÉåì=qêÉÉ The figure below illustrates the Output Menu tree: Genlock Menu Figure 4-11. Output Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide HOME MENU OUTPUT OUTPUT MENU SELECT SETTINGS...

  • Page 60: Output Menu Functions

    The HOME > SYSTEM > EDID menu. SELECT FORMAT Figure 4-12. Output Menu (sample) The Output Menu enables you to configure ScreenPRO-II’s outputs, including the ability to display test patterns. To access the menu: • Press { OUTPUT } on the Home Menu .

  • Page 61: Settings Menu

    SOG — turns the “sync on green” signal Off or On . • Gamma — sets the output gamma to match that of your projector. The default value is 1.0. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide ” section on page 51 for details. SETTINGS Program...

  • Page 62: Genlock Menu

    Genlock Loop BNC. Figure 4-14. Genlock Menu (sample) The Genlock Menu tells the ScreenPRO-II which type of analog genlock signal is connected to the Genlock In BNC connector. • Source — sets the genlock source, either Black Burst , CSync or None .

  • Page 63: Test Pattern Menu

    Raster Box — displays a raster box defined by the exact outer edges of the selected output resolution. For example, if the output is set to 1024 x 768, the raster box will encapsulate that exact format. Please note: ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide TEST PATTERN H Ramp , V Ramp...

  • Page 64: System Menu, System Menu Tree, System Menu Description

    Figure 4-16. System Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. HOME MENU SYSTEM SYSTEM MENU SERIAL 1 EDID Serial 1 Port EDID DVI Setup Input Format Menu Menu TECH SUPPORT Technical Support Menu ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 65: System Menu Functions

    Mix Src / Swap SERIAL 1 Figure 4-17. System Menu (sample) The System Menu enables you to configure ScreenPRO-II using various functions and sub menus, and set the operation mode for the Split Layer button. To access the menu: •...

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    ” section on page 55 for details. ” section on page 60 for details. ” section on page 61 for details. ” section on page 62 for details. ” section on Reset Menu ” section on Software Serial 1 EDID ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 67: Diagnostics Setup Menu

    Figure 4-18. Diagnostics Setup Menu (sample) The Diagnostics Setup Menu enables you to perform a variety of diagnostic tests on the ScreenPRO-II. The following functions are provided: • Reset Rotary Encoders — (Yes/No) determines whether or not you wish to reset the rotary encoder values when you exit the Rotary Encoder Menu .

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    The Rotary Encoder Menu enables you to test the functionality of each rotary encoder, displaying both relative and absolute counts for each. • Press { EXIT } to return to the Diagnostics Setup Menu . ROTARY ENCODER DIAGNOSTICS RelCnt AbsCnt ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    The Key Detect Menu shows you the key that is pressed, its status (pressed or released) its scan code and its location in the button matrix. • Press { EXIT } to return to the Diagnostics Setup Menu . ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide KEY DETECTION DIAGNOSTICS Released row=3 col=1...

  • Page 70: Reset Menu

    Press { YES } to start the reset procedure. An “ In Progress ” message will be displayed. Press { NO } to cancel the procedure. A factory reset will erase any “frame grab” images that have been stored in flash memory. SOFT RESET ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 71: Software Version Menu

    Figure 4-22. Software Version Menu (sample) The Software Version Menu enables you to display and verify the system’s software version. The following functions are provided: • ScreenPRO-II — displays the system’s current software version. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide SOFTWARE VERSION 1.00...

  • Page 72: Serial 1 Port Setup Menu

    Parity Stop Bits Figure 4-23. Serial 1 Port Setup Menu (sample) The Serial 1 Port Setup Menu enables you to set the ScreenPRO-II’s RS-232 communications parameters for serial port 1. • Baud Rate — sets the desired baud rate ( 2400 , 4800 , 9600 , 14400 , 19200 , 28800 , 38400 , 57600 , 115200 ).

  • Page 73: Edid Dvi Input Format Menu

    The ScreenPRO-II EDID file is stored in non-volatile memory. This file is read by an external computer’s DVI graphic card when the DVI output is connected to the ScreenPRO-II’s BG A or BG/DSK B input connectors during boot-up.

  • Page 74: Technical Support Menu

    From the System Menu , press { TECH SUPPORT } to display the Technical Support Menu : ScreenPRO II Phone: Figure 4-25. Technical Support Menu (sample) The Technical Support Menu lists the current version of ScreenPRO-II software, and displays the Technical Support phone number. TECHNICAL SUPPORT 1.00 866-374-7878...

  • Page 75: Effects Menu

    Key Frame Effect — displays the type of motion used for Move effects. The motion type is currently fixed as LINEAR . Note ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide EFFECTS MENU Wipe Down [ LINEAR ] ScreenPRO-II can perform wipes in conjunction with both PIPs and Keys. Effects Menu...

  • Page 76: Status Menu

    The Status Menu provides basic software version information, as shown in the sample menu below: ScreenPRO II Figure 4-27. Status Menu (sample) The following status information is provided: • ScreenPRO-II — displays the system’s current software version. SYSTEM STATUS 1.00 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 77: Display Settings Menu

    Once pressed, you will be prompted to touch the center of a target three times. At the conclusion of the procedure, the display is calibrated and the system returns to the Home Menu . ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide DISPLAY SETTINGS LIGHT...

  • Page 78: Keypad Backlight Menu

    • Keypad Backlight — use the top rotary knob to adjust the backlight of all “dim” (un-selected) front panel buttons. This adjustment will assist overall button visibility in dark control room or stage settings. KEYPAD BACKLIGHT ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 79: Pip Adjustment Menu, Pip Adjustment Menu Tree, Pip Adjustment Menu Description

    Image Effects Menu Pip Adjustment Menu Border Menu Shadow Menu Figure 4-30. PIP Adjustment Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide LAYER LAYER Home Menu Input Source Adjustment Menu Pip Adjustment Menu...

  • Page 80: Pip Adjustment Menu Functions, Pip Functions

    RATE If you press PIP and a layer button is not selected, the system displays a brief prompt: “ LAYER A or LAYER B must be selected .” ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide PIP Functions ” section PIP Functions ” section...

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    Image Effects Menu • Input Source Adjustment Menu ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide If no move is programmed, the display reads [N/A] . If a move is programmed, the motion type is fixed as [Linear] . ” section on page 81 for details.

  • Page 82: Border Menu

    To remove any border effects from the PIP, press the RESET button in the Layer Functions Section . No other parameters (such as Size or Crop ) will be affected. 10.2 Shadow Menu ” Image Effects ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 83: Crop Menu

    Source Adjustment Menu • Press { BORDER } to display the Border Menu . Refer to the “ section on page 70 for details. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide CROP ADJUSTMENT ALL-SIDES 1.333 If you select Ratio and make adjustments away from the default setting, the Aspect Ratio Mode automatically changes to Custom .

  • Page 84: Shadow Menu

    ” section on page 68 for details. To remove any crop effects from the PIP or Key, press the RESET button in the Layer Functions Section . No other parameters will be affected. SHADOW ” section on page 68 for details. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 85: Image Effects Menu

    Note • Invert — enables you to invert all image colors. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide To remove any shadow effects from the PIP or Key, press the RESET button in the Layer Functions Section . No other parameters will be affected.

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    ” section on page 68 for details. To remove any image effects from the PIP or Key, press the RESET button in the Layer Functions Section . No other parameters will be affected. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Border Menu ” Shadow Menu...

  • Page 87: Key Menu, Key Menu Tree, Key Menu Description

    Crop Menu Pip Adjustment Menu Border Menu Input Source Adjustment Menu Figure 4-36. Key Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide LAYER MENU SIZE & MATTE Key Adjustment Matte Menu...

  • Page 88: Key Menu Functions

    Adjustment range is 0 to 1024. [ Luma ] 1.00 Self SIZE & MATTE If you press KEY and a layer button is not selected, the system displays a brief prompt: “ LAYER A or LAYER B must be selected .” ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Matte Menu • Key Adjustment Menu ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Self — fills the hole with the key source video itself, for example, the video from a character generator. Matte — fills the hole with a matte color, which can then be adjusted with the Matte Menu .

  • Page 90: Matte Menu

    Key Menu Description ” section on page 79 for details. To return all matte values to 512 , press the RESET button in the Layer Functions Section . No other parameters will be affected. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide ” Image Effects...

  • Page 91: Key Adjustment Menu

    SIZE rotary knob. • Key Frame Effect — indicates the “motion type” that is used to move the Key from point to point. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide KEY ADJUSTMENT H SIZE V SIZE ” section on page 80 for more details.

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    Matte Menu To return the Key to its default size and aspect ratio, press the RESET button in the Layer Functions Section . No other parameters will be affected. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide ” ” section on Crop Menu ” section on...

  • Page 93: Input Source Adjustment Menu, Input Source Adjustment Menu Tree, Input Source Adjustment Menu Description

    Crop Menu Pip Adjustment Menu Border Menu Input Source Adjustment Menu Figure 4-40. Input Source Adjustment Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Input Source Adjustment Menu CROP ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTMENT MENU...

  • Page 94: Input Source Adjustment Menu Functions

    Key sources, and the menu functions are identical. The only difference is the menu’s title: Key Source Adjustment . ” section on page 83 for more details. ” section on page 83 for more details. RATE Input ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 95

    Press { RATE } to adjust the move rate of the PIP or Key, from keyframe to keyframe. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide If no move is programmed, the display reads [N/A] . If a move is programmed, the motion type is fixed as [Linear] .

  • Page 96: Background Input Setup Menu, Background Input Setup Menu Tree, Background Input Setup Menu Description

    The figure below illustrates the Background Input Setup Menu tree: Home Menu Background Matte Menu Figure 4-42. Background Input Setup Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. BACKGROUND INPUT SETUP MENU FRAME GRAB Frame Grab Menu ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 97: Background Input Setup Menu Functions

    Note _~ÅâÖêçìåÇ=fåéìí=pÉíìé=jÉåì=cìåÅíáçåë The following Background Input Setup Menu functions are provided: • Type — selects the desired background type: ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide 1024 x 768 @ 60 V Offset FRAME GRAB The array of buttons on the Background Input Setup Menu changes depending upon the selected background type.

  • Page 98

    H Offset and V Offset values can be used to choose which portion of the background you want to display. Press { RESET } to reset the H and V offsets to 0 . ” section page 88 on for details. { SELECT Background Matte Menu ” Frame ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 99: Background Matte Menu

    Press { MAX } to change the highlighted color to 1023 . • Press { BLACK } to change all three colors to 0 . Note ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Background Input Setup Menu BG MATTE BLACK The default state is a black matte color.

  • Page 100: Frame Grab Menu

    LOGO source — basically any “green” button in the Layer Control Section . Note The three frame stores utilize ScreenPRO-II’s “temp” (temporary) memory for on-air production. During operation, you can overwrite the memory with new captured stills as desired —...

  • Page 101

    • FG to Capture — enables you to select FG_1, FG_2 or FG_3 for capture. • Capture Format — displays the output resolution. ScreenPRO-II always captures a full screen image at the output resolution — regardless of the input resolution.

  • Page 102: Dsk Adjustment Menu, Dsk Adjustment Menu Tree, Dsk Adjustment Menu Description

    Figure 4-47. DSK Adjustment Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. DSK ADJUSTMENT MENU INPUT SETUP DSK Input Setup Menu Key Adjustment Menu Frame Grab Menu MATTE DSK Matte Adjustment Menu ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 103: Dsk Adjustment Menu Functions

    • Press { INPUT SETUP } to display the DSK Input Setup Menu . Refer to the “ Input Setup Menu ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide DSK ADJUSTMENT MATTE Self — fills the hole with the key source video itself, for example, the video from a character generator or logo.

  • Page 104: Dsk Input Setup Menu

    When FG_1, FG_2, or FG_3 is selected, one of the three internal frame stores is the DSK’s input. Displays the resolution that is automatically determined by the FORCE ACQUIRE function. DSK Matte [ B ] [ 0 ] [ 0 ] FORCE ACQUIRE ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 105

    Press { FORCE ACQUIRE } to automatically detect the DSK input signal resolution and update the display Format field accordingly. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide With DVI selected as the DSK type, enables you to manually set the resolution of the incoming background source, if desired. Once the...

  • Page 106: Dsk Matte Adjustment Menu

    Press { MIN } to change the highlighted color to 0 . • Press { MAX } to change the highlighted color to 1023 . • Press { BLACK } to change all three colors to 0 . DSK MATTE ADJUSTMENT BLACK ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 107: Logo Input Setup Menu

    In the Temp FG Info section: • Press { SAVE } to save all LOGO parameters in memory. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide LOGO INPUT SETUP [ 1280 x 1024 ] On factory reset, “black” is the default LOGO source. If you capture a frame and assign it as the LOGO source, that frame will be the default upon power up.

  • Page 108: Remote Control Menu

    Press { REMOTE CONTROL } on the Home Menu . The following functions are provided: • Unit ID — When ScreenPRO-II is controlled from an Encore or ScreenPRO-II Controller, this function sets the ID of the ScreenPRO-II chassis. The ID range is 1 to 32 . Important REMOTE CONTROL 192.168.0.1...

  • Page 109

    Unit IP — displays the IP address of ScreenPRO-II. In the “ Status ” section: • The top line indicates the connection status with the Encore or ScreenPRO-II Controller (e.g., Not Connected , Establishing Connection , Connected , etc.). •...

  • Page 110

    4. Menu Orientation Remote Control Menu ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 111

    RK==póëíÉã=pÉíìé få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides detailed instructions for setting up the ScreenPRO-II system. It is recommended that you follow all procedures in the order outlined below: • Setup Prerequisites • Return to Factory Default • Touch Screen Calibration • Output Setup •...

  • Page 112: In This Chapter, Setup Prerequisites

    When a procedure tells you to “ adjust ” or “ select ” a certain parameter, use the ADJ rotary knob. Figure 5-1. Menu Navigation Touch Screen Menu Section SRC_3 Preview HD_15 SD YUV SMPTE ” heading on page 19 for ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 113: Return To Factory Default, Touch Screen Calibration

    Please continue with the “ ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide ” section on page 58 for details. The factory reset “defaults” are designed so that initially, your ScreenPRO-II system is operationally compatible with a previous model. Touch Screen Calibration ” section on page 101.

  • Page 114: Output Setup, Projector Setup

    Ensure that you know your projector’s native resolution. Refer to your projector’s technical manual for details. Use the following steps to set up the ScreenPRO-II output. Note From the Home Menu , press { OUTPUT } to access the Output Menu .

  • Page 115: Quick Input Setup Procedure

    Acquisition Menu will be displayed. If the acquisition was successful, the image will appear full screen on Preview. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Press { BACK } to return to the Output Menu . Scroll to the Output Monitor line and select the monitor(s) that you want to be affected by the sync settings.

  • Page 116: Comprehensive Input Setup

    In Appendix A, refer to the “ Resolutions “ section on page 149 for details on all available resolutions. ” section on ” section on page 104. ” section on page 103), ” section on Input and Output ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 117

    Sampling Mode . Press { COLOR BALANCE } to access the Color Balance Menu . ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide If you manually selected a format in the previous step, press { SELECT FORMAT } to “accept” and activate the selection.

  • Page 118

    In the current version of ScreenPRO-II, the file number and name (into which you will save data) automatically default to the input number and cannot be changed.

  • Page 119: Setting Up Backgrounds, Programming Edid

    With ScreenPRO-II, you can use a DVI input, a matte color, or a still frame as a background source. You can also change which source you use during the course of a live production — provided that your backgrounds have been properly set up. Please note: •...

  • Page 120: Using A Matte Color As A Background

    Press WIPE , CUT or MIX to transition the selected layer off of Program. To ensure that the full background is visible, clear all PIPs, Keys, the DSK and the LOGO. Using a DVI Input as a Background or DSK ” section on page 108. ” section on ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 121

    — both cannot be on-air simultaneously Use the following steps to set up a DVI input as a background or the DSK source: Ensure that the ScreenPRO-II EDID is properly programmed. Refer to the “...

  • Page 122: Using A Still Frame As A Background

    Using a DVI Input as a Background or DSK Capturing Still Frames Setting up the DSK ” section on page 111. ” section on page 110. ” section on page 109 ” section on page 137 for ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 123: Setting Up The Dsk, Using A Dvi Input As The Dsk

    With ScreenPRO-II, you can use a DVI input or a still frame as the DSK source. You can also change which source you use for the DSK during the course of a live production — provided that the DSK has been properly set up.

  • Page 124

    ScreenPRO-II. Using a DVI Input as a Background or DSK Capturing Still Frames ” section on page 137 for Setting up the LOGO ” section on page 113. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide ” section on...

  • Page 125: Setting Up The Logo, Saving The Setup

    With ScreenPRO-II, you can set the LOGO source as a captured still frame, or leave it as Black (the default value upon factory reset). You can also change which source you use during the course of a live production.

  • Page 126: System Setup

    5. System Setup Saving the Setup ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 127

    SK==léÉê~íáçåë få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter includes operational instructions for all ScreenPRO-II modes and functions. The following topics are discussed: • Prerequisites • Operational Configuration • Lookahead Preview • Working with Layers • Working with Layer Functions • Using Move • Working with Transitions •...

  • Page 128: Prerequisites, In This Chapter

    Prerequisites mêÉêÉèìáëáíÉë Prior to using the ScreenPRO-II system, please ensure the following: • All system inputs, backgrounds, the DSK and the LOGO are properly configured. In Chapter 5, refer to the following sections for details: • Ensure that you are familiar with all front panel controls. In Chapter 2, refer to the “...

  • Page 129: Operational Configuration, Monitor Layout, Touch Screen Calibration

    Press { DISPLAY } to show the Display Settings Menu . Press { LCD CAL } to display the first Touch Screen Calibration Menu . Follow directions on screen to complete the calibration procedure. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Operational Configuration Program...

  • Page 130: Lookahead Preview

    Operational Configuration iççâ~ÜÉ~Ç=mêÉîáÉï ScreenPRO-II uses a “lookahead” preview system that ensures the accuracy of all your transitions. The “look” or appearance that you create on your Preview monitor represents the exact appearance of your Program screen — after you cut, mix or wipe the images to program.

  • Page 131

    With ScreenPRO-II, Raster Boxes are always enabled on Preview, each PIP or Key is surrounded by a thin border that helps you identify the PIP or Key’s original layer. • The PIP or Key with a red “corner” style raster box is Layer A .

  • Page 132: Working With Layers, Switching Sources

    If you select a layer in the Layer Control Section that is lit (but not blinking), it will blink — and the corresponding “assigned” source on the Source Selection Bus will blink. This method also allows you to quickly verify layer/source selections. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 133: Background Transitions

    If BG A is on Program and BG B is selected in Preview, BG A will transition to BG B on the next CUT , WIPE or MIX . ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide If the background is already on Program, the Background Input Setup Menu appears, but changes cannot be made.

  • Page 134: Split Mode, Mix Mode

    Working with Layers råÇÉêëí~åÇáåÖ=péäáí=~åÇ=jáñ=jçÇÉë ScreenPRO-II provides two different modes with which you can transition PIPs and Keys: • Split Mode • Mix Mode péäáí=jçÇÉ With the Split Layer button lit, the mixer’s two layers operate independently . You can size,...

  • Page 135

    In the Mixer Functions Section , ensure that the PIP button is lit and the PIP Adjustment Menu is visible. If the menu is not visible, press PIP . Note ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Mix Source with Toggle On Mix Source with Toggle Off...

  • Page 136: Modifying Pips

    To locate the mixer’s PIPs independently, select SWAP . To toggle sources, enable Toggle . Modifying PIPs “ section on page 135 for details. “ section on page 125 Working with Keys in Split Working “ section on page 125 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 137

    Transition Refer to the “ ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide — Use the SIZE , H POS and V POS controls in the PIP PIP Adjustment Menu Description — From the PIP Adjustment Menu , press { SRC } to display the "...

  • Page 138

    To set up a PIP in Preview, refer to the “ Mode “ section on page 123. “ section on page 135 for details. “ section on page 127 for Working with PIPs in Split Working ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 139: Modifying Keys

    PIP. In Chapter 4, refer to the " Description ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide The layer button blinks to indicate that it is active for modification. In the Source Selection Bus , the source currently assigned to the layer blinks.

  • Page 140

    Press Freeze to freeze the Key (on both Program and Preview). Press again to unfreeze. — Transition the new "look" to program with a MIX , WIPE or CUT . Working with Transitions “ section on page 135 for details. Lookahead ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 141: Working With Layer Functions, Changing The Layer Mode, Using Full Screen, Using Swap Z-order

    — only the priority changes. Transition the new "look" to program with a MIX , WIPE or CUT . ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Press PIP to change a Key to a PIP, or ... Press Key to change a PIP to a Key.

  • Page 142

    If a source is on Program, selecting its layer and pressing Freeze will freeze the image on Program. You can also use Freeze if the PIP is only on Preview, and then transition the frozen image to Program. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 143

    Transition the LOGO to Program with a MIX , WIPE or CUT . A transition to black will occur. Note ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Working with Layer Functions After a transition, the LOGO layer is automatically cleared from Preview. In this way the next transition will always fade...

  • Page 144: Using Move, Programming Moves, Program Move On Preview Method, Program Move On Program Method

    • Move Notes mêçÖê~ããáåÖ=jçîÉë ScreenPRO-II enables you to move a PIP or a key smoothly from one screen location to another at a predefined rate, while the layer is on-air. All moves are two-keyframe effects, Move with a starting location and an ending (destination) location.

  • Page 145: Pending And Triggering Moves, Pend On Preview Method, Pend On Program Method

    Perform a MIX , CUT or WIPE . In this "ping-pong" manner, you can continue to transit back and forth between keyframes 1 and 2. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide The move rate cannot be adjusted while the layer is on Program.

  • Page 146

    — To clear a move (and remove the association between a layer — ScreenPRO-II enables you to move a PIP or Key from — If you program a move in Split Layer mode and switch to If Toggle is On , each time you transition, the source inside the PIP or Key changes automatically.

  • Page 147: Working With Transitions

    WIPE In the Transition Section , press WIPE to wipe the setup to Program. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Press { HOME } > { EFFECTS } to display the Effects Menu . Adjust the Transition Rate field for the desired rate, in 0.1 second increments.

  • Page 148: Modifying Layers On Program

    Modifying Layers On Program jçÇáÑóáåÖ=i~óÉêë=lå=mêçÖê~ã The ScreenPRO-II system enables you to modify layers directly on Program, without first setting up a "look" on Preview. The mode is typically used for creating and viewing a "look" on Program, especially in conjunction with a large screen projector — when the Preview monitor may be too small to realize the desired result.

  • Page 149: Capturing Still Frames, Still Frame Capture Overview, Capturing Still Frames From A Background Input

    Saving Still Frames in Permanent Memory píáää=cê~ãÉ=`~éíìêÉ=lîÉêîáÉï ScreenPRO-II enables you to capture still frames into the system’s three internal frame stores, using the system’s BG A or BG/DSK B inputs as full screen sources, or using a layer as a full screen source. Please note: •...

  • Page 150

    If you have two layers on Preview, only the active layer will be captured, regardless of image priority. " section on page 110 for instructions. Using a Still Frame as a " section on page 139. Using a Still Frame as a " section on page 139. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 151

    Figure 6-8. Background Frame Save Warning If required, press { DELETE } to delete the selected frame from permanent storage. This button only appears when frames are stored in permanent memory. ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide " Capturing Still Frames from a Background Input "...

  • Page 152

    6. Operations Capturing Still Frames ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 153

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë få=qÜáë=^ééÉåÇáñ This appendix provides detailed technical specifications for the ScreenPRO-II. The following topics are provided: • Input Specifications • Output Specifications • User Control • Physical and Electrical Specifications • Communications Specifications • Pinouts • Input and Output Resolutions...

  • Page 154: Input Specifications

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Input Specifications fåéìí=péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë= The table below lists ScreenPRO-II input specifications. Table A-1. ScreenPRO-II Input Specifications Parameter Scaled Channel Inputs Scaler Input Resolutions Un-scaled Background / DSK Channel Inputs Background / DSK Input Resolutions Specification Analog inputs (8) — RGBHV / RGBS / RGsB computer video,...

  • Page 155: Output Specifications, User Control

    The table below lists ScreenPRO-II output specifications. Table A-2. ScreenPRO-II Output Specifications Parameter Analog Outputs Digital Outputs Output Resolutions rëÉê=`çåíêçä= The table below lists ScreenPRO-II user control specifications. Table A-3. ScreenPRO-II User Control Specifications Parameter Front Panel control Control Options ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Specification...

  • Page 156: Physical And Electrical Specifications, Communications Specifications

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Physical and Electrical Specifications mÜóëáÅ~ä=~åÇ=bäÉÅíêáÅ~ä=péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë= The table below lists ScreenPRO-II physical and electrical specifications. Table A-4. ScreenPRO-II Physical and Electrical Specifications Parameter Power Mechanical Weight Temperature Humidity `çããìåáÅ~íáçåë=péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë= The table below lists ScreenPRO-II communications specifications. Table A-5. ScreenPRO-II Communications Specifications...

  • Page 157: Pinouts, Dvi Connector Pinouts

    DDC Clock DDC Data Analog Vertical Sync T.M.D.S. Data 1- T.M.D.S. Data 1+ T.M.D.S. Data 1/3 Shield T.M.D.S. Data 3- ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Signal T.M.D.S. Data 3+ +5V Power ground (for +5V) Hot Plug Detect T.M.D.S. Data 0- T.M.D.S. Data 0+ T.M.D.S.

  • Page 158: Analog 15-pin D Connector

    Table A-8. Analog Input Combinations using Breakout Cable Breakout Cable Composite Wire Color Video H Sync V Sync Signal H Sync or C Sync V Sync S-Video (Y/C) Sync on Green (Chrom) (Lum) (Lum) Signal Comp Sync Separate H V ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 159: Ethernet Connector

    The table below lists Ethernet connector pinouts. Table A-9. Ethernet Connector Pinouts TX Data + TX Data - RX Data + RX Data - ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Signal White / Orange Orange White / Green Blue White / Blue...

  • Page 160: Serial Connector

    The table below lists Serial connector pinouts. Table A-10. Serial Connector Pinouts RS-232 Signal Carrier Detect Received Data Transmitted Data Data Terminal Ready Signal Ground Data Set Ready Request To Send Clear To Send Unused ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Description...

  • Page 161: Input And Output Resolutions

    ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Input Menu Description ” sections for details. Please contact Barco Technical Support if you would like to request the addition of a new resolution. ScreenPRO-II does not support interlaced output resolutions. All interlaced video formats listed below are supported as inputs only, and noted as such in red.

  • Page 162

    • 1364x1024 @50 • 1364x1024 @59.94 • 1364x1024 @75 • 1400x1050 @48 • 1400x1050 @50 • 1400x1050 @59.94 • 1400x1050 @60 • 1400x1050 @75 • 1680x1050 @60 • 1600x1200 @47.95 • 1600x1200 @48 • 1600x1200 @50 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 163

    1920x1080i @50 • 1920x1080i @59.94 • 1920x1080i @60 • 2048x1080p @50 • 2048x1080p @59.94 • 2048x1080p @60 • 1920x1200p @60 • Apple 1200p @60 • 875p ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Input and Output Resolutions (Input Only) (Input Only) (Input Only) ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë...

  • Page 164

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Input and Output Resolutions ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 165: In This Appendix, Warranty, Return Material Authorization (rma)

    Warranty related repairs include parts and labor, but do not include faults resulting from user negligence, special modifications, lightning strikes, abuse (drop/crush), and/or other unusual damages. The customer shall pay shipping charges when unit is returned for repair. Barco will cover shipping charges for return shipments to customers. oÉíìêå=j~íÉêá~ä=^ìíÜçêáò~íáçå=Eoj^F...

  • Page 166: Contact Information

    _K==`çåí~Åí=fåÑçêã~íáçå Contact Information `çåí~Åí=fåÑçêã~íáçå Barco Events USA/Barco Folsom, LLC 11101 Trade Center Drive Rancho Cordova, California 95670 • Phone: (916) 859-2500 • Fax: (916) 859-2515 • Websites: www.folsom.com www.events.barco.com Sales Contact Information • Direct: (916) 859-2505 • Toll Free: (888) 414-7226 •...

  • Page 167

    `K==réÖê~ÇáåÖ=pçÑíï~êÉ få=qÜáë=^ééÉåÇáñ The following topics are discussed in this Appendix: • Software Upgrade Overview • Serial Upgrade Method • Ethernet Upgrade Method ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 168: Software Upgrade Overview, Serial Upgrade Method

    `K==réÖê~ÇáåÖ=pçÑíï~êÉ Software Upgrade Overview pçÑíï~êÉ=réÖê~ÇÉ=lîÉêîáÉï Firmware files for the ScreenPRO-II system are loaded into the hardware at power-up. These files are stored in the unit’s onboard flash memory, which can be accessed by using one of the following two methods: •...

  • Page 169

    Start > Programs > Barco Folsom . Note Connect the Serial 1 port on the back of the ScreenPRO-II to the COM 1 port on your PC. In Chapter 2, refer to the “ page 12 for the location of the Serial 1 port.

  • Page 170

    To verify ScreenPRO-II communication settings, on the front panel of the ScreenPRO-II unit press { HOME } > { SYSTEM } > { SERIAL 1 } to display the Serial 1 Port Setup Menu . Baud Rate...

  • Page 171: Ethernet Upgrade Method

    Press { RESET }. When the confirmation screen appears, press { YES } to reset the system to factory default values. 16. On ScreenPRO-II, verify that the new software has been loaded correctly: From the Home Menu , press { SYSTEM } to access the System Menu .

  • Page 172

    Figure C-4. Small Ethernet Network Note Connect the Serial 1 port on the back of the ScreenPRO-II to the COM 1 port on your PC. In Chapter 2, refer to the “ page 12 for the location of the Serial 1 port.

  • Page 173

    11. Ensure that the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) check box is checked. 12. Click the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) line to highlight it, then click the Properties button to display the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Dialog . ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide `K==réÖê~ÇáåÖ=pçÑíï~êÉ Ethernet Upgrade Method...

  • Page 174

    The static IP address shown above is within the unit’s user- defined IP address range. If this address has already been assigned to another device, select a different IP address within the following range: 192.168.0.191 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide → 192.168.0.240 .

  • Page 175

    You might have to wait 10 seconds, until it binds to 192.168.0.10 . 22. On the PC, click Start > Programs > Barco Folsom > ScreenPRO-II Software > ScreenPRO-II Flash Loader to launch the Flash Loader utility, as shown below.

  • Page 176: Troubleshooting Ethernet Communications

    “ section on page 165 for instructions. 26. To upload files to the ScreenPRO-II unit, click the " Open script file to read and upload " button. 27. In the dialog, select " Upload_All.sld " and click Open . The flash loader echoes commands while the flash is being loaded.

  • Page 177

    DHCP Srvr IP Addr 192.168.0.11 DHCP Srvr IP Count 180 Static IP Address 192.168.0.10 Note Ensure that Ethernet is connected from the PC to the hub (to which ScreenPRO-II is connected). ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide • Baud Rate = 115200 •...

  • Page 178

    Note If the computer is able to successfully communicate with the ScreenPRO-II, you will see a series of “ replies ” from the target IP address. If you see a “ Request timed out ” message, the PC is unable to locate and communicate with the ScreenPRO-II.

  • Page 179

    The following topics are discussed in this Appendix: • Using Remote Control • System Connection • Setting Unique ScreenPRO-II IDs • Enabling Remote Control • Downloading Code • Destination Setup • Router Setup • Output Patching • Input Patching •...

  • Page 180: Using Remote Control, System Connection, Internal Router Configuration, External Serial Router Configuration

    Using Remote Control rëáåÖ=oÉãçíÉ=`çåíêçä When ScreenPRO-II systems are controlled from an Encore or ScreenPRO-II Controller as unique destinations, the following procedures must be followed (in the order listed below) to ensure proper communications and control: • System Connection •...

  • Page 181

    “ Ethernet port. Note Repeat step 1 as required for each ScreenPRO-II chassis that you wish to use as a destination. Using a standard Ethernet cable, connect the Ethernet Port on the rear of the Encore (or ScreenPRO-II) controller to the Hub . Refer to the “ Encore User’s Guide ”...

  • Page 182

    ScreenPRO-II chassis to your system’s Ethernet Hub (or Switch ). In Chapter 2, refer to the “ Ethernet port. Note Repeat step 1 as required for each ScreenPRO-II chassis that you wish to use as a destination. Outputs Inputs ScreenPRO-II ScreenPRO-II Rear Panel ”...

  • Page 183

    Using a standard Ethernet cable, connect the Ethernet Port on the rear of the Encore (or ScreenPRO-II) controller to the Hub . Refer to the “ Encore User’s Guide ” for the location of the controller’s Ethernet port. Note Connect the RS-232 port on the analog router to the Channel 1 input on the UDS200 External Device Server.

  • Page 184

    ScreenPRO-II chassis to your system’s Ethernet Hub (or Switch ). In Chapter 2, refer to the “ Ethernet port. Note Repeat step 1 as required for each ScreenPRO-II chassis that you wish to use as a destination. Outputs Inputs ScreenPRO-II ScreenPRO-II Rear Panel ”...

  • Page 185

    Using a standard Ethernet cable, connect the Ethernet Port on the rear of the Encore (or ScreenPRO-II) controller to the Hub . Refer to the “ Encore User’s Guide ” for the location of the controller’s Ethernet port. Connect the Ethernet Port on the analog router to the Hub .

  • Page 186

    ScreenPRO-II chassis to your system’s Ethernet Hub (or Switch ). In Chapter 2, refer to the “ Ethernet port. Note Repeat step 1 as required for each ScreenPRO-II chassis that you wish to use as a destination. Ext Comm Outputs...

  • Page 187: Setting Unique Screenpro-ii Ids, Enabling Remote Control

    Note Use the following steps to set unique ScreenPRO-II IDs: On the ScreenPRO-II unit, press { HOME } > { REMOTE CONTROL } to access the Remote Control Menu . Set the Unit ID to a value that is not used within the Encore (or ScreenPRO-II) Controller’s system.

  • Page 188: Downloading Code

    Use the following steps to enable ScreenPRO-II remote control: On the ScreenPRO-II unit, press { HOME } > { REMOTE CONTROL } to access the Remote Control Menu . Scroll to the Remote Control line, and turn it ON .

  • Page 189

    Use the following steps to download code from the Controller to all connected ScreenPRO-II units: On the Encore or ScreenPRO-II Controller console, press SYSTEM > { SW VER } to display the Software Version Menu . Press { DOWNLOAD CODE } to begin the download process immediately. The entire process takes several minutes to complete.

  • Page 190: Destination Setup

    Scroll to the Type line and select Single Screen SP . Scroll to the SP to Add line and select the ScreenPRO-II ID that you wish to add. Press { ADD }. (Optional) If you need to remove an ID from a selected destination, scroll to the SP to Remove line and press { REMOVE }.

  • Page 191: Router Setup

    Note Use the following procedure to set up the routers that are connected to the ScreenPRO-II units: On the Encore or ScreenPRO-II Controller console, press SYSTEM > { ROUTER SETUP } to display the Router Specification Menu . Number Name...

  • Page 192

    “detect” and test communications with the Output Patching ” section on page 181. For Barco/Folsom routers, these fields will have been completed automatically, provided that you pressed { TEST COMM } in step If your serial controlled router is connected to a Lantronix UDS200 , select ETHERNET .

  • Page 193: Output Patching

    Scroll to the Router Output line and select the specific router output number that you want to patch. Scroll to the SP ID line and select the physical ScreenPRO-II ID to which the Router’s output is connected. Scroll to the SP Input line and select the physical ScreenPRO-II input to which the router’s output is connected.

  • Page 194: Input Patching

    Note Use the following procedure to set up each router’s input patching. On the Encore or ScreenPRO-II Controller console, press SYSTEM > { INPUT PATCH } to display the Input Patch Menu , a sample of which is shown below:...

  • Page 195: Disabling Remote Control

    For “ External ” source routing, select the router whose inputs you wish to patch. For “ Internal ” source routing, select the desired ScreenPRO-II unit (e.g., SP1 or SP2 , etc.). Scroll to the Router Input line and select the physical router input that you wish to associate with the selected source number.

  • Page 196

    Use the following steps to reestablish local ScreenPRO-II control: On the ScreenPRO-II Remote Control Menu , scroll to the Remote Control line turn it OFF . The { HOME } buttons reappears, the ScreenPRO-II front panel is re- enabled, and all control now originates locally.

  • Page 197

    {SELECT FORMAT} ....38, 40, 48 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide {SERIAL 1} ....54, 60, 158 {SET IP} .

  • Page 198

    DSK ....... . .91 adjustment menu description ..91 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 199

    ....5 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide FG to Capture ......89 FG_1, FG_2 and FG_3 .

  • Page 200: Site Preparation

    ..79 button ......24 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 201

    ......88 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Menu ....... . .3 destination setup .

  • Page 202: Understanding Split And Mix Modes

    Pinouts ......145 analog 15-pin D connector ...146 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 203: Rack-mount Installation, Remote Control Caveats And Capabilities

    LED ......20, 21 matte ......78, 87 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Remote control caveats and capabilities .

  • Page 204

    ... . .51 pattern type ..... . .51 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 205: Understanding Raster Boxes

    ......5 ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide Warranty ......153 Wipe button .

  • Page 206

    Index ScreenPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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