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    mêÉëÉåí~íáçåmolJff » rëÉêÛë=dìáÇÉ • Manual # 26-0405000-00 • Revision A...

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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. PresentationPRO-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. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    `Ü~åÖÉ=eáëíçêó The table below lists the changes to the PresentationPRO-II User’s Guide. Table 0-1. Change History Date ECO # Description Approved By 11/17/05 1502 New PresentationPRO-II User’s Guide Andreas Yerocostas PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    In This Chapter ..........11 PresentationPRO-II Rear Panel ........12 Analog Input Flexibility.

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    Matte Menu ........68 Key Adjustment Menu ......69 viii PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Modifying PIPs ......... . 104 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Warranty ........... . 133 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Ethernet Upgrade Method ........139 Troubleshooting Ethernet Communications....145 fåÇÉñ =K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=K=KNQT PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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

  • Page 13: Chapter Structure

    NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå This chapter is designed to introduce you to the PresentationPRO-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 PresentationPRO-II operations: •...

  • Page 14: How To Use This Guide, Conventions

    • When a sequence of menu selections is required to complete a given procedure, the ">" symbol is used to divide each successive menu picks. To access the Sizing Menu, press {HOME} > {INPUT} > {SIZING}. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 15: Terms And Definitions

    PresentationPRO-II. • A “Mixer” is the electronic circuitry that enables you to transition (and scale) PIPs and Keys over a background. PresentationPRO-II has one internal mixer, capable of layering either one PIP or one key. •...

  • Page 16: System Overview, Presentationpro-ii High Performance Switcher, Presentationpro-ii Features, A Word About Layers, Effect Combinations

    • Effect Combinations mêÉëÉåí~íáçåmolJff eáÖÜ=mÉêÑçêã~åÅÉ=pïáíÅÜÉê The PresentationPRO-II is a compact switching system that simplifies the task of supporting professional quality visual presentations, such as live events and presentations in corporate boardrooms and church services. PresentationPRO-II is offered in two configurations — SDI and HD.

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    Transitioning PIP or Key over a background • Numerous wipe effects, programmable matte color • Keying Luminance key Color key • Three assignable, internal frame stores • Output synchronization: free-run or vertically locked to NTSC/PAL black burst, CSync or HD tri-level sync PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå System Overview ^=tçêÇ=^Äçìí=i~óÉêë PresentationPRO-II is a three layer system, but because the DVI input is shared between Background and DSK (and only one can be used at a time), the allocation of the layers is still very flexible: Background (DVI)

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    A layer is defined as an image display element (such as a background, PIP or Key) with an associated visual priority. The mixer itself has one layer, which can be assigned to either PIP or Key functionality. A typical PresentationPRO-II application is illustrated below. Background (Matte) Wilderness Figure 1-3.

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    Example : PIP indicates that you can dissolve a PIP up or down over a background. The PresentationPRO-II system provides one background, one scalable layer, a DSK and a full screen LOGO. The LOGO, DSK and background are always unscaled. Important If the DSK is in use, a live DVI background cannot be used.

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    In this effect, the background is configured as a Still Frame, and thus the DSK cannot be used. Here, you can transition a scaled PIP over a captured still frame. Background (Still Frame) ↑↓ Figure 1-8. Effect 5 Diagram PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    NK==fåíêçÇìÅíáçå System Overview jáñÉê=bÑÑÉÅí=S In this effect, the background is configured as a matte color. Here, you can transition a scaled PIP under the DSK. Background (Matte) ↑↓ Figure 1-9. Effect 6 Diagram PresentationPRO-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 PresentationPRO-II’s hardware. The following topics are discussed: • PresentationPRO-II Rear Panel • PresentationPRO-II Front Panel • Use of Color • Front Panel Sections PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 24: Presentationpro-ii Rear Panel, Analog Input Flexibility

    2. Hardware Orientation PresentationPRO-II Rear Panel mêÉëÉåí~íáçåmolJff=oÉ~ê=m~åÉä The figure below illustrates the PresentationPRO-II rear panel: Figure 2-1. PresentationPRO-II Rear Panel SDI Input Program Outputs Serial Ports Analog Inputs Ethernet Port Background/DSK Input AC Connector Following are descriptions of each rear panel connector and section.

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    AC power source. The integral switch turns the chassis on and off. Serial Ports Two 9-pin D connectors are provided for RS-232 serial communications with the PresentationPRO-II chassis and for downloading code in the field. In Appendix A, refer to the “ Serial Connector ”...

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    Cells with check marks denote the connections required for the indicated format. Table 2-1. Analog Input Combinations using Breakout Cable Breakout Cable Composite S-Video Wire Color Video (Y/C) Sync on Green Comp Sync Separate H V (Chrom) (Lum) (Lum) H Sync V Sync PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 27: Presentationpro-ii Front Panel

    Touch Screen Menu Section ” heading on page 17 for details. Layer Functions Section The Layer Functions Section is the operational heart of the PresentationPRO-II, enabling you to select layers, modes, and perform transitions. Refer to the “ Layer Functions Section ”...

  • Page 28: Use Of Color, Front Panel Sections

    2. Hardware Orientation Use of Color rëÉ=çÑ=`çäçê Color plays an important “visual” role with the PresentationPRO-II’s front panel buttons: White buttons are used for sources. Yellow buttons are used for functions and modes. A yellow button always applies to the active (blinking) layer.

  • Page 29: Navigating, Touch Screen Menu Section

    The Top Knob is generally assigned to navigating fields on the selected menu. For example, turning the knob moves a highlight up and down a list of parameters, allowing you to adjust the highlighted function. This knob also adjusts adjacent parameters. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 30: Source Selection Bus

    One solid source (Program) and one blinking source (pending) can appear on the Source Selection Bus simultaneously. In Chapter 5, refer to the “ Comprehensive Input Setup ” section on page 90 for details on all source setup procedures. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 31: Layer Functions Section

    (at the lowest priority) to the LOGO (at the highest visual priority). • The PresentationPRO-II system enables you to “pend” one transition at a time, such as a PIP or Key transition, a background, DSK or LOGO transition, or a “clear”...

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    Please note: • The logo is the system’s highest priority layer, to which you can assign one of PresentationPRO-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 pending a LOGO transition.

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    PK==e~êÇï~êÉ=fåëí~ää~íáçå få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides comprehensive installation instructions for the PresentationPRO-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 34: Safety Precautions

    Before opening the PresentationPRO-II shipping box, inspect it for damage. If you find any damage, notify the shipping carrier immediately for all claims adjustments. As you open the box, compare its contents against the packing slip. If you find any shortages, contact your sales representative.

  • Page 35: Cable And Adapter Information

    3. Hardware Installation Cable and Adapter Information • Rack mount each PresentationPRO-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 36: Input Connection Chart

    Analog Input 5 Scaled Analog Input 6 Scaled Analog Input 7 Scaled Analog Input 8 Scaled SDI Input • SD-SDI (SDI model), Scaled • SD-SDI/HD-HDI (HD model), Scaled BG/DSK Input Digital, Unscaled - BG [ ] DSK [ PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 37: Unpacking And Inspection, Installation

    3. Hardware Installation Installation fåëí~ää~íáçå The figure below illustrates a block diagram of a basic PresentationPRO-II system. This diagram can be used as reference in the following installation procedure. Program Projector Inputs Analog Sources to Analog Inputs 1-8 SD-SDI Source to SDI Input (SDI Model)

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    Program monitor. Power Connection — connect an AC power cord to the AC Power Connector on the rear of the PresentationPRO-II chassis, and then to AC outlets. Connect AC Power cords (or AC adapters) to all peripheral equipment such as your monitor, projector and source devices.

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    QK==jÉåì=lêáÉåí~íáçå få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter describes all PresentationPRO-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 40: Home Menu, Global Rules

    Parameters and values displayed between brackets (e.g., [525] ) cannot be changed. • Press { HOME } to return to the Home Menu . • Press { BACK } to return to the menu from which you accessed the current menu. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 41: Input Menu, Input Menu Tree, Input Menu Description

    Configuration Menu INPUT MENU Aspect Ratio Menu SELECT COLOR FORCE SIZING FORMAT BALANCE ACQUIRE Color Sizing Balance Menu Menu Figure 4-2. Input Menu Tree All functions, sub menus and “pre-menus” are discussed in the following sections. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 42: Input Menu Functions

    Displays the resolution that is automatically determined by the FORCE ACQUIRE function. Enables you to set the resolution of the incoming source if desired. Once { SELECT the format is selected manually with the rotary knob, press FORMAT } to “accept” the selection. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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

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    — not on all inputs simultaneously. fåéìí=mêÉ=~åÇ=pìÄ=jÉåìë The following pre and sub menus can be accessed from the Input Menu : • Input Acquisition Menu • Input Configuration Menu • Sizing Menu • Color Balance Menu • Aspect Ratio Menu PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 45: Input Acquisition Menu

    _______ . Ensure video source is present. Ensure video source is present. Select FORCE ACQUIRE once video Select FORCE ACQUIRE once video is reconnected. is reconnected. Figure 4-5. Input Acquisition Menu: Mismatch or No Video (sample) PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 46: Input Configuration Menu

    • Press { SAVE } to save the selected input in the designated input file. • Press { DELETE } to delete the selected input file. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 47: 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. • Press { SAVE } to save the selected input in the designated input file. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Select and adjust Right Edge , Left Edge , Top Edge or Bottom Edge as required, to fit the image precisely in its raster box. • Press { SAVE } to save the selected input in the designated input file. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 49: Color Balance Menu

    Hue does not apply to this type of source. • Press { SAVE } to save the selected input in the designated input file. • Press { RESET ALL } to return all parameters to their default values. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 50: 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. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 51: Output Menu, Output Menu Tree, Output Menu Description

    The figure below illustrates the Output Menu tree: HOME MENU OUTPUT OUTPUT MENU SELECT TEST SETTINGS FORMAT PATTERN Test Settings Pattern Menu Menu Figure 4-11. Output Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 52: Output Menu Functions

    SETTINGS FORMAT PATTERN Figure 4-12. Output Menu (sample) The Output Menu enables you to configure PresentationPRO-II’s outputs, including the ability to show test patterns. To access the menu: • Press { OUTPUT } on the Home Menu . On the menu, note that brief “help” messages are displayed to assist you with format selection and EDID programming.

  • Page 53: Settings Menu

    Sync Out — sets the desired sync value. Select +H+V , -H-V , +H-V , -H+V or CSync . • 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. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 54: Test Pattern Menu

    The Burst test pattern is the only pattern that is smaller than the selected output resolution. When the Raster Box is enabled, the Burst pattern will appear within its boundaries. The Raster Box can be enabled when the test pattern is Off . PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 55: System Menu, System Menu Tree, System Menu Description

    Rotary Encoder Menu TECH CONSOLE EDID Key Detect Menu SUPPORT Technical Console EDID DVI Support Menu Port Setup Input Format Menu Menu Figure 4-15. System Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 56: System Menu Functions

    CONSOLE EDID SAVE SUPPORT Figure 4-16. System Menu (sample) The System Menu enables you to configure PresentationPRO-II using various functions and sub menus. To access the menu: • Press { SYSTEM } on the Home Menu . póëíÉã=jÉåì=cìåÅíáçåë The following System Menu functions are provided: •...

  • Page 57: Diagnostics Setup Menu

    Figure 4-17. Diagnostics Setup Menu (sample) The Diagnostics Setup Menu enables you to perform a variety of diagnostic tests on the PresentationPRO-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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    Figure 4-18. Rotary Encoder Menu (sample) 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 . PresentationPRO-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 . PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 60: Reset Menu

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

  • Page 61: Software Version Menu

    PrePRO II 1.00 Figure 4-21. Software Version Menu (sample) The Software Version Menu enables you to display and verify the system’s software version. The following functions are provided: • PresentationPRO-II — displays the system’s current software version. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 62: Console Port Setup Menu

    NONE Stop Bits Figure 4-22. Console Port Setup Menu (sample) The Console Port Setup Menu enables you to set the PresentationPRO-II’s RS-232 communications parameters for serial port 1. • Baud Rate — sets the desired baud rate ( 9600 , 14400 , 19200 , 28800 , 38400 , 57600 , 115200 ).

  • Page 63: Edid Dvi Input Format Menu

    The PresentationPRO-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 PresentationPRO-II’s BG/DSK input connector during boot-up.

  • Page 64: Technical Support Menu

    From the System Menu , press { TECH SUPPORT } to display the Technical Support Menu : TECHNICAL SUPPORT PrePRO II 1.00 Phone: 866-374-7878 Figure 4-24. Technical Support Menu (sample) The Technical Support Menu lists the current version of PresentationPRO-II software, and displays the company’s Technical Support phone number. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 65: Effects Menu

    Transition Type — sets the type of transition that occurs when the TRANS button is pressed — either a Mix , or one of several Wipe patterns. • Transition Edge — sets the edge width (in pixels) for the selected wipe pattern. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 66: Status Menu

    The Status Menu provides basic software version information, as shown in the sample menu below: SYSTEM STATUS PrePRO II 1.00 Figure 4-26. Status Menu (sample) The following status information is provided: • PresentationPRO-II — displays the system’s current software version. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 67: Display Settings Menu

    Press { LCD CAL } to calibrate the touch screen display to your finger, or to a stylus. 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 . PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 68: Keypad Backlight Menu

    The following adjustments are provided: • 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. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 69: Pip Adjustment Menu, Pip Adjustment Menu Tree, Pip Adjustment Menu Description

    Image Effects Menu Crop Menu Pip Adjustment Menu Pip Adjustment Menu Border Menu Border Menu Shadow Menu Input Source Adjustment Menu Figure 4-29. PIP Adjustment Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 70: Pip Adjustment Menu Functions

    V Position — indicates the PIP’s position, relative to the vertical center of the screen ( 00 ), as measured from the exact center of the PIP. Thus, the value 70 is 70 pixels above center. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    (such as Shadow or Border ) will be affected. mfm=^ÇàìëíãÉåí=pìÄ=jÉåìë The following sub menus can be accessed via the PIP Adjustment Menu : • Border Menu • Crop Menu • Shadow Menu • Image Effects Menu • Input Source Adjustment Menu PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 72: Border Menu

    ” section on page 63 for details. Note 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. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 73: Crop Menu

    Press { SRC } to display the Input Source Adjustment Menu . Refer to the “ Input Source Adjustment Menu ” section on page 71 for details. • Press { BORDER } to display the Border Menu . Refer to the “ Border Menu ” section on page 60 for details. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 74: Shadow Menu

    Enable the { TRACK SIZE } function to adjust the shadow’s H Size and V Size proportionally. • Press { PIP } to return to the PIP Adjustment Menu . Refer to the “ Adjustment Menu Functions ” section on page 58 for details. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 75: Image Effects Menu

    Monochrome Mode is enabled. For a sepia tone effect, turn Monochrome Mode on, and set Red to 100, Green to 65 and Blue to 10. • Invert — enables you to invert all image colors. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Shadow Menu ” section on page 62 for details. Note 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. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 77: Key Menu, Key Menu Tree, Key Menu Description

    MATTE Key Adjustment Matte Menu Menu Key Menu Key Menu Image Effects Menu Matte Menu Key Adjustment Menu Crop Menu Figure 4-35. Key Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 78: Key Menu Functions

    Gain only affects the key hole, as set by the clip. Adjustment range is 0 to 1023.99. • Opacity — enables you to adjust the opacity of the keyed image, from fully opaque to fully transparent. Adjustment range is 0 to 1024. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Layer Functions Section . No other parameters will be affected. hÉó=pìÄ=jÉåìë The following sub menus can be accessed from the Key Adjustment Menu : • Crop Menu • Matte Menu • Key Adjustment Menu PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 80: Matte Menu

    Press { SIZE & POS } to display the Key Adjustment Menu . Refer to the “ Adjustment Menu ” section on page 69 for details. Note To return all matte values to 512 , press the RESET button in the Layer Functions Section . No other parameters will be affected. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 81: Key Adjustment Menu

    H or V size. When { TRACK SIZE } is disabled, you can do the following: Adjust H SIZE to adjust only the horizontal size, leaving the vertical size alone. In this way, you can stretch the Key horizontally. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    In this way, you can stretch the Key vertically. Note 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. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 83: Input Source Adjustment Menu, Input Source Adjustment Menu Tree, Input Source Adjustment Menu Description

    Pip Adjustment Menu Shadow Menu Image Effects Menu Crop Menu Pip Adjustment Menu Border Menu Input Source Adjustment Menu Figure 4-39. Input Source Adjustment Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 84: Input Source Adjustment Menu Functions

    • V Position — indicates the input source’s vertical position, relative to its default vertical position ( 00 ) with no offset. Thus, the value -10 is 10 pixels below its default position. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    ” section on page 61 for details. Note To return the input source to its default size and aspect ratio, press the RESET button in the Layer Functions Section . No other parameters will be affected. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 86: Background/dsk Input Setup Menu, Background/dsk Input Setup Menu Tree, Background/dsk Input Setup Menu Description

    Key Menu INPUT SETUP MENU SELECT FRAME FORCE MATTE FORMAT GRAB ACQUIRE Frame Grab BG Matte Menu Menu Figure 4-41. Background/DSK Input Setup Menu Tree All functions and sub menus are discussed in the following sections. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    Capture a still frame from the BG/DSK input. Use a captured still frame as the background. Use a matte color as the background. (In DSK mode, the background matte color is still available as a source.) PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    If the background input resolution is larger than the output resolution, the 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 . PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 89: Background Matte Menu

    • Red — adjust the red component of the background matte color as required, from 0 to 1024. • Green — adjust the green component of the background matte color as required, from 0 to 1024. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 90: Dsk Adjustment Menu

    “ section on page 79 for details. • Press { INPUT SETUP } to display the BG/DSK Input Setup Menu . Refer to the “ Background/DSK Input Setup Menu Functions ” section on page 76 for details. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 91: Dsk Matte Adjustment Menu

    Blue — adjust the blue component of the matte fill, from 0 to 1024. • Enable the { TRACK RGB } function to adjust Red , Green and Blue proportionally. Disable the function to adjust colors individually. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 92: Frame Grab Menu

    Once captured, a still frame can be assigned as the input “type” for BG , the DSK or the LOGO source. The three frame stores utilize PresentationPRO-II’s “temp” (temporary) memory for on-air production. During operation, you can overwrite the memory with new captured stills as desired —...

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

  • Page 94: Logo Input Setup Menu

    In the Temp FG Info section: File Name — displays the selected still frame’s temporary storage register. Resolution — displays the resolution of the selected still frame. • Press { SAVE } to save all LOGO parameters in memory. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 95: Remote Control Menu

    The following functions are provided: • Unit ID — When PresentationPRO-II is controlled from an external controller, this function sets the ID of the PresentationPRO-II chassis. The ID range is 1 to 32 . Important Some external controllers will detect multiple IDs and prompt the user to correct the problem.

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    SD/HD connections). [External] indicates that an external (upstream) router is used for source connections to PresentationPRO-II. In this case, and a minimum of rear- panel PresentationPRO-II connections are used — connected directly to one or more router outputs.

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    RK==póëíÉã=pÉíìé få=qÜáë=`Ü~éíÉê This chapter provides detailed instructions for setting up the PresentationPRO-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 98: In This Chapter, Setup Prerequisites

    When a procedure tells you to “ adjust ” or “ select ” a certain parameter, use the ADJ rotary knob. SRC_3 Preview HD_15 SD YUV SMPTE [ 1:1 ] 100.0 100.0 ASPECT RATIO Figure 5-1. Menu Navigation Please continue with the “ Return to Factory Default ” section on page 87. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 99: Return To Factory Default, Touch Screen Calibration

    Press { LCD CAL } to display the first Touch Screen Calibration Menu . Follow the directions on screen to complete the calibration procedure. Please continue with the “ Output Setup ” section on page 88. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 100: Output Setup, Projector Setup

    Please note the following important output setup prerequisite: • 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 PresentationPRO-II output. Note The PresentationPRO-II output format must match your projector’s native resolution.

  • Page 101: Quick Input Setup Procedure

    ACQUIRE, and manually adjust input parameters. Repeat from step 1 for all remaining inputs. Important If you do not press { SAVE } for a selected input, the Input Acquisition Menu will continue to appear whenever that source button is pressed. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 102: Comprehensive Input Setup

    FORMAT } to “accept” and activate the selection. If required, scroll to the Input Type line and set the type of input connected to the chassis. Remember that available choices change depending on the selected Format . PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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    If required, press { RESET ALL } to return to default values. Press { SAVE } to save the selected input in the designated file. Press { BACK } to return to the Input Menu . PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 104

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

  • Page 105: Setting Up The Background, Programming Edid, Using A Matte Color As The Background

    5. System Setup Setting up the Background pÉííáåÖ=ìé=íÜÉ=_~ÅâÖêçìåÇ With PresentationPRO-II, you can use the DVI input, a matte color, or a still frame as the background source. Please note: • The system has one DVI connector ( BG/DSK ) that can be used for either the Background or the DSK —...

  • Page 106

    Use the following steps to set up a DVI input as a background: (Optional) To ensure that the full background is visible, clear any PIP, Key, or LOGO from Program. Ensure that the PresentationPRO-II EDID is properly programmed. Refer to the “ Programming EDID ”...

  • Page 107

    In the Layer Functions Section , press BG/DSK . The button will blink and the BG/DSK Input Setup Menu will appear. Scroll to the Mode line and select BG . Scroll to the Type line and select the desired still frame ( FG_1 , FG_2 and FG_3 ). PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 108: Setting Up The Dsk, Using The Dvi Input As The Dsk

    Setting up the DSK pÉííáåÖ=ìé=íÜÉ=aph With PresentationPRO-II, you can use the 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 109

    In the Layer Functions Section , press BG/DSK . The button blinks and the BG/ DSK Input Setup Menu appears. Scroll to the Mode line and select DSK . Scroll to the Type line and select the desired still frame: FG_1 , FG_2 or FG_3 . PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 110: Setting Up The Logo, Saving The Setup

    Setting up the LOGO pÉííáåÖ=ìé=íÜÉ=ildl With PresentationPRO-II, you can set the LOGO source as a captured still frame, or leave it as Black (the default setting upon factory reset). You can also change which source you use during live production.

  • Page 111

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

  • Page 112: Prerequisites, In This Chapter

    6. Operations Prerequisites mêÉêÉèìáëáíÉë Prior to using the PresentationPRO-II system in a live event, please ensure the following: • All system inputs, background (or DSK) and the LOGO are properly configured. In Chapter 5, refer to the following sections for details: “...

  • Page 113: Operational Configuration, Monitor Layout, Touch Screen Calibration, A Word About Los

    ^=tçêÇ=^Äçìí=ilp On rare occasion, you can experience LOS (loss of signal) — typically due to a poor video or computer connection. In these cases, PresentationPRO-II obeys a precise set of rules: • Scaler LOS — If there is a LOS for a video signal inside a scaler (PIP or KEY), the video switches to black, but the scaler remains in its current size and position.

  • Page 114: Working With Layers, Working With Pips, Transitioning A Pip To Program

    Modifying Keys and DSKs • Background and DSK Transitions • LOGO Transitions tçêâáåÖ=ïáíÜ=mfmë With PresentationPRO-II, you can perform the following types of PIP transitions: • Transitioning a PIP to Program • Removing a PIP from Program • Cancelling a PIP Transition •...

  • Page 115

    PIP source remains lit solid. Note If you do not select a new source, the current source will be used. It will transition off as a PIP, and back on as a Key. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 116

    Press Reset to reset the current effect (e.g., PIP, Key, crop, etc.) to a nominal default value. Press Full Screen to bring the PIP to full screen, using the source’s height as the defining factor. Press Freeze to freeze the PIP. Press again to unfreeze. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 117: Transitioning A Key To Program, Removing A Key From Program, Cancelling A Key Transition

    6. Operations Working with Layers tçêâáåÖ=ïáíÜ=hÉóë With PresentationPRO-II, you can perform the following types of Key transitions: • Transitioning a Key to Program • Removing a Key from Program • Cancelling a Key Transition • Changing a KEY to a PIP qê~åëáíáçåáåÖ=~=hÉó=íç=mêçÖê~ã...

  • Page 118

    PIP transitions on. The TRANS button lights during the interval. Adjust the new PIP’s size, position, border, shadow, source image, cropping and "special effects" as desired. Refer to the “ Modifying PIPs “ section on page 104 for details. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 119

    Press Freeze to freeze the Key. Press again to unfreeze. For a and a Transition — Transition the new "look" to program with a MIX or WIPE . Refer to the “ Working with Transitions “ section on page 115 for details. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 120: Background And Dsk Transitions, Setting The Background Mode, Transitioning To A Matte Color

    6. Operations Working with Layers _~ÅâÖêçìåÇ=~åÇ=aph=qê~åëáíáçåë With PresentationPRO-II, you can perform the following types of background and DSK transitions: • Setting the Background Mode • Transitioning to a Matte Color • Transitioning to a Live DVI Background • Transitioning to a Still Frame •...

  • Page 121

    Working with Layers qê~åëáíáçåáåÖ=íç=~=j~ííÉ=`çäçê The PresentationPRO-II system enables you to transition from any BG or DSK mode to a matte color — or from a matte color to another matte color. Use the following steps to transition to a background matte color: Ensure that you have preset the desired transition type and rate.

  • Page 122: Modifying Keys And Dsks

    Home Menu appears. hÉóáåÖ=íÜÉ=asf=ëçìêÅÉ=áå=aph=jçÇÉ The PresentationPRO-II system enables you to transition from any BG or DSK mode to a DSK — using the DVI input as the key source. Use the following steps to key the live DVI source in DSK mode: Ensure that you have preset the desired transition type and rate.

  • Page 123

    Home Menu is displayed. `äÉ~êáåÖ=~=_~ÅâÖêçìåÇ=çê=aph The PresentationPRO-II system enables you to clear any BG or DSK from Program — back to the current background matte color. Note that a background matte color itself cannot be cleared from Program. However, you can change its color: •...

  • Page 124

    If you’re working in BG mode, at the conclusion of the transition, the background Type will automatically change to Matte . • If you’re working in DSK mode, at the conclusion of the transition, the background Type will not change. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 125: Logo Transitions, Transitioning The Logo To Program, Clearing The Logo From Program

    6. Operations Working with Layers ildl=qê~åëáíáçåë With PresentationPRO-II, you can perform the following types of LOGO transitions: • Transitioning the LOGO to Program LOGO • Clearing the LOGO from Program qê~åëáíáçåáåÖ=íÜÉ=ildl=íç=mêçÖê~ã Using the LOGO source, you can transition a captured still frame to Program at the highest priority layer —...

  • Page 126: Working With Layer Functions, Using Full Screen, Using Freeze, Using Reset

    Ensure that FREEZE is off. Frozen PIPs or Keys cannot be reset. If required, navigate to the "menu" whose specific function you want to reset (e.g., borders, shadows, special effects, size, etc). In the Layer Functions Section , press RESET to reset the current effect. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 127: Working With Transitions

    Scroll to the Transition Rate line and select the desired rate, in 0.1 second increments. In the Transition Section , press TRANS to wipe the setup to Program. At the conclusion of the transition, the Home Menu appears PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 128: Using Remote Control

    • Ensure that you know the unit IDs currently in use by the external controller. The external controller will not allow PresentationPRO-II to connect if a duplicate ID is assigned. • If an external router is to be connected to PresentationPRO-II, ensure that the proper physical connections have been made, and that the router is properly configured from the external controller.

  • Page 129: Capturing Still Frames, Still Frame Capture Overview, Capturing Still Frames From The Background Input

    Saving Still Frames in Permanent Memory píáää=cê~ãÉ=`~éíìêÉ=lîÉêîáÉï PresentationPRO-II enables you to capture still frames into the system’s three internal frame stores. You can use the system’s DVI input as a full screen source, or within the mixer, you can use a PIP or Key as a full screen source.

  • Page 130

    Captured stills reside in temporary memory. If the system is powered down or reset, the stills will be lost. To save stills in permanent memory, refer to the " Saving Still Frames in Permanent Memory " section on page 119. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 131

    Press NO to cancel the procedure. If required, press { DELETE } to delete the selected frame from permanent storage. This button only appears when frames are stored in permanent memory. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 132

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

  • Page 133

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë få=qÜáë=^ééÉåÇáñ This appendix provides detailed technical specifications for the PresentationPRO-II. The following topics are provided: • Scaled Video Channel Input Specifications • Unscaled Background/DSK Input Specifications • Output Specifications • User Control • Physical and Electrical Specifications • Communications Specifications •...

  • Page 134: Scaled Video Channel Input Specifications, Unscaled Background/dsk Input Specifications

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Scaled Video Channel Input Specifications pÅ~äÉÇ=sáÇÉç=`Ü~ååÉä=fåéìí=péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë= The table below lists PresentationPRO-II scaled video channel input specifications. Table A-1. PresentationPRO-II Scaled Video Channel Input Specifications Parameter Specification Input Types Analog inputs (8) on 15-pin HD connectors • RGBHV / RGBS / RGsB computer video •...

  • Page 135: Output Specifications, User Control

    • Computer resolutions VGA (640 x 480) through UXGA (1600 x 1200) • HDTV resolutions, progressive up to 1920 x 1080 (1080p) • Plasma display resolutions rëÉê=`çåíêçä= The table below lists PresentationPRO-II user control specifications. Table A-3. PresentationPRO-II User Control Specifications Parameter Specification Front Panel Control LCD Touch Screen, rotary encoders and LED lighted push buttons.

  • Page 136: Physical And Electrical Specifications, Communications Specifications

    ^K==péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë Physical and Electrical Specifications mÜóëáÅ~ä=~åÇ=bäÉÅíêáÅ~ä=péÉÅáÑáÅ~íáçåë= The table below lists PresentationPRO-II physical and electrical specifications. Table A-4. PresentationPRO-II Physical and Electrical Specifications Parameter Specification Power 120-240 VAC - 50/60 Hz., Auto-selecting 1.0A maximum Mechanical 2 RU Rackmount Chassis H: 3.5 inches (8.89 cm) W: 17.00 inches (43.18 cm)

  • Page 137: Pinouts, Dvi Connector Pinouts

    DDC Data T.M.D.S. Data 0/5 Shield Analog Vertical Sync T.M.D.S. Data 5- T.M.D.S. Data 1- T.M.D.S. Data 5+ T.M.D.S. Data 1+ T.M.D.S. Clock Shield T.M.D.S. Data 1/3 Shield T.M.D.S. Clock + T.M.D.S. Data 3- T.M.D.S. Clock - PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 138: Analog 15-pin D Connector

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

  • Page 139: Ethernet Connector

    Table A-9. Ethernet Connector Pinouts Signal Wire Color TX Data + White / Orange TX Data - Orange RX Data + White / Green Blue White / Blue RX Data - Green White / Brown Brown PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 140: Serial Connector

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

  • Page 141: Input And Output Resolutions

    ” and “ Menu Description ” sections for details. Note Please contact Barco Technical Support if you would like to request the addition of a new resolution. Input and output resolutions are listed below. Each entry lists Format @Fv (Hz) . Important PresentationPRO-II does not support interlaced output resolutions.

  • Page 142

    • 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 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 143

    • 1920x1080i @59.94 (Input Only) • 1920x1080i @60 (Input Only) • XLM 2K @59.94 • XLM 2K @60 • 2048x1080p @50 • 2048x1080p @59.94 • 2048x1080p @60 • 1920x1200p @60 • Apple 1200p @60 • 875p PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 144

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

  • Page 145: 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 146: 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 147

    `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 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 148: Software Upgrade Overview, Serial Upgrade Method

    Software Upgrade Overview pçÑíï~êÉ=réÖê~ÇÉ=lîÉêîáÉï Firmware files for the PresentationPRO-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 149

    Note Do not move or copy any files out of the target folder. Connect the Serial 1 port on the back of the PresentationPRO-II to the COM 1 port on your PC. In Chapter 2, refer to the “ PresentationPRO-II Rear Panel ”...

  • Page 150

    Repeat steps 7 and 8 above, then re-check the status lights. With communication status OK, continue with step 11 . 11. To upload files to the PresentationPRO-II unit, click the " Open script file to read and upload " button.

  • Page 151: Ethernet Upgrade Method

    13. It takes approximately 6 minutes to load the flash memory using the Serial method. When complete, the Flash Loader utility displays the “ Upload Complete ” message. Click OK to continue. 14. Cycle power on the PresentationPRO-II unit, and exit the Flash Loader utility. 15. On PresentationPRO-II, perform a factory reset. Warning Use caution when performing this step, as all saved files and saved still frames will be erased.

  • Page 152

    Note Do not connect this small network to any other network. Connect the Serial 1 port on the back of the PresentationPRO-II to the COM 1 port on your PC. In Chapter 2, refer to the “ PresentationPRO-II Rear Panel ”...

  • Page 153

    Figure C-6. Local Area Connection Properties Window (sample) 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 . PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 154

    In the Open field, type cmd , then click OK to open a DOS command window. In the DOS command window, type ipconfig , and verify that the new IP address is correct. Close the DOS command window. PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 155

    DHCP 0 You might have to wait 10 seconds, until it binds to 192.168.0.10 . 22. On the PC, click Start > Programs > Barco Folsom > PresentationPRO-II Software > PresentationPRO-II Flash Loader to launch the Flash Loader utility, as shown below.

  • Page 156: Troubleshooting Ethernet Communications

    ” section on page 145 for instructions. 26. To upload files to the PresentationPRO-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 157

    `K==réÖê~ÇáåÖ=pçÑíï~êÉ Ethernet Upgrade Method qêçìÄäÉëÜççíáåÖ=bíÜÉêåÉí=`çããìåáÅ~íáçåë Use the following steps to determine the IP address of the PresentationPRO-II, and establish proper communications: The default IP address for the PresentationPRO-II unit is 192.168.0.10. To verify that this is the correct address, open the terminal program and create a serial communication link to the PresentationPRO-II: Click Start >...

  • Page 158

    If the computer is able to successfully communicate with the PresentationPRO-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 PresentationPRO-II.

  • Page 159

    ......19 {TEST PATTERN} ....40, 42 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 160

    DSK ......78 LOS ......101 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 161

    ......114 perform quick input setup ... . .89 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 162: Site Preparation

    ....113 sync type ......31 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 163

    DVI source in DSK mode ..110 technical support ....52 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 164: Rack-mount Installation

    ......114 serial connector ....128 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 165

    Terms .......2, 3 equipment marking ....v PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

  • Page 166

    ......69 shadow ......62 PresentationPRO-II • User’s Guide...

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