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Multi-fomat production switcher
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PIE (Plug In
A combination of hardware keyboard control and a software option for the
Editor)
switcher that allows powerful linear editing functionality and capabilities. This
allows for quick and simple creation of programs without the need to importing
material into a computer based editing package.
Primary Input
Input signal for the switcher.
Re-entry
Allows you to select the video created on another bank as background A or B or
one of the keys 1 to 4. For example, to use the video created on the M/E-1 bank
as background B on the M/E-2 bank, press the reentry button [M/E 1] in the
background B row of buttons on the M/E-2 bank.
Registers
An area of memory in a switcher system which holds a snapshot, keyframe,
macro, and so on.
Secondary Color
Allows correcting, brightness, color saturation and color phase (in ±30 degree
Correction
range) on 6-colors; R (Red), G (Green), B (Blue), Y (Yellow), C (Cyan), M
(Magenta).
Partial masking on the corrected area is possible as well.
Side Flag
Refers to the areas to left and right of an image with aspect ratio 4:3 embedded
within a 16:9 frame, when these areas are filled with a separate image selected
from the utility 1 bus. You can adjust the width of the side flag area.
Simple P/P
Software
PP block focuses only on simple function (i.e. some features like Chromakey,
key boarder, DME Wipe are not available) in comparison to a Full M/E (PP). This
software allows the additional functionality without using additional M/E
hardware.
Snapshot
One of memory system of switcher system. On-demand call up and playback
function that allows storing setting status as data in register to reproduce the
status.
Split fader
Refers to the function of carrying out a transition with the fader lever split into
left and right halves, so that the background A and background B buses can be
manipulated separately.
Spot color
Allows changing color at a certain area without any other impact. Partial
adjustment
masking is also possible as well as the following correction against the area
unchanged in color.
- Overall gain level of video signal
- Gain of Y-signal
- Offset of Y-signal
- Gain of C-signal
- Color phase of C-signal
Super mix
One of transition type. The current video is maintained at 100% output for the
first half of the transition as the new video is mixed while increasing
progressively to 100%. The current video is then progressively reduced from
100% to zero in the second half while the new
video is maintained at 100%.
Transition
To switch current image to new one using transition type like Mix, Wipe, DME
Wipe, Super Mix, Preset Color Mix, NAM and Clip Transition.
Transition
Each keyer can set independent transition (=local transition) type aside from
generator for
Next Transition (=Common Transition).
keyer
Combining common transition with local transition, background and keyer can
be set different transition type.
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