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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
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.
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.
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
range) on 6-colors; R (Red), G (Green), B (Blue), Y (Yellow), C (Cyan), M
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
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
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
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
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%.
To switch current image to new one using transition type like Mix, Wipe, DME
Wipe, Super Mix, Preset Color Mix, NAM and Clip Transition.
Each keyer can set independent transition (=local transition) type aside from
generator for
Next Transition (=Common Transition).
Combining common transition with local transition, background and keyer can
be set different transition type.
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