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Multi-Format Compact Live Switcher
Model No. AV-HS300
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Safety precautions FCC Note: CAUTION This equipment has been tested and found RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK to comply with the limits for a class A digital DO NOT OPEN device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, protection against harmful interference when DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. the equipment is operated in a commercial REFER TO SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVI
Safety precautions IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow the safety instructions on the unit and the applicable safety instructions listed below. Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference. 1) Read these instructions. 10) Protect the power cord form being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience 2) Keep these instructions. receptacles, and the point where they exit from 3) Heed all warnin
Contents Description .............................................. 5 3. Setup .................................................. 26 3-1 Setting the input signals .............................. 26 Features ................................................... 5 3-1-1 Setting the input signals (IN 1 to 5) ....... 26 3-1-2 Setting the input signal frame 1. Parts and their functions ................... 6 synchronizer ........................................ 26 1-1 Control panel ............
Description This unit is a single-ME digital video switcher which supports multiple HD and SD formats. While featuring compact dimensions, it can optionally support HD analog component inputs ( 5) in addition to the five SDI inputs and one DVI-I input. Since a frame synchronizer is incorporated for each of the inputs, signals can be switched without “shocking” or “freezing” non-synchronized video signals. Furthermore, the images created by a PC can be imported via Ethernet. Features Six i
1. Parts and their functions 1-1. Control panel Power indicator [POWER] This lights when the power switch ( ) is set to ON while power is supplied to the DC power socket. It goes off when the power switch ( ) is set to OFF. Power switch When this switch is set to “ I ” while power is supplied to the DC power socket, the unit’s power is turned on, and the power indicator ( ) lights. When it is set to “O”, the unit’s power is turned off, and the powe
1. Parts and their functions 1-2. Crosspoint area PGM/A bus crosspoint switches [PGM/A 1 to 7] These are used to select the PGM/A bus video signals. In the case of the flip-flop system, the main line video (PGM) signals are always selected. PST/B bus crosspoint switches [PST/B 1 to 7] These are used to select the PST/B bus video signals. In the case of the flip-flop system, the images inserted next (PST) are always selected. When a B bus crosspoint switch is pressed while one of the source
1. Parts and their functions 1-3. Wipe area Wipe pattern selector switches [WIPE PATTERN / FUNC] These are used to select the wipe patterns. Each switch is used to select one of the nine wipe patterns. The indicator of the switch for the selected pattern lights (in amber). When the [FUNC] switch ( ) has been pressed and its indicator is lighted, the function setting menu is selected, and the indicator lights up green. Wipe direction selector switch [N N/R R] This is used to select the wi
1. Parts and their functions 1-4. Transition area [BKGD] switch This executes the background transition when the [AUTO] switch ( ) or fader lever ( ) has been operated. When the [BKGD] switch is pressed and it is selected, its indicator is lighted in red. If the [KEY] switch ( ) is now pressed, the indicator goes off, and the de-selected status is established. However, when the [BKGD] switch and [KEY] switch ( ) are pressed at the same time, both switches are set to the selected statu
1. Parts and their functions Fader lever This is used to execute background or key transitions. When it is moved as far as it will go, the transition is completed. When it has been operated during auto transition, auto transition will be switched to manual operation as soon as the fader position overtakes the amount of the transition being executed. Bus tally LEDs These indicate the output statuses of the A bus and B bus. The LED corresponding to the bus whose program signals (PGM) are be
1. Parts and their functions 1-6. Rear panel connections area SDI signal input connectors [DIGITAL INPUTS 1 to 5] IN: SDI signal input; OUT: active through output DVI-I signal input connector [DIGITAL INPUTS 6 DVI-I] Analog HD component input connectors [ANALOG INPUTS 1 to 5] (optional) PGM output connectors [DIGITAL OUTPUTS PGM 1, 2] (SDI) PVW output connector [DIGITAL OUTPUTS PVW 1] (SDI) AUX output connectors [DIGITAL OUTPUTS AUX 1, 2] (SDI) PGM out
2. Basic operations 2-1. Transitions 2-1-1. Selecting the bus Press the crosspoint switches to select the material which will be targeted for the background transition. By pressing these switches, the signals are selected, and the indicators of the selected switches light. The color in which the switch indicators light differs depending on the operation status. Lighting in red: When the selected input signals are output to PGM. Lighting in green: When the selected input signals are not output
2. Basic operations 2-1-3. Selecting the transition mode Use the [BKGD] and [KEY] switches in the transition area to select the bus signals for which the transition is to be executed. If the switches have been pressed at the same time, both switches are selected. The indicator of a selected switch lights. The switches cannot be selected while a transition is being executed or suspended. Use the [MIX] and [WIPE] switches in the transition area to select the background transition mode. Select on
2. Basic operations 2-2. Wipe 2-2-1. Selecting the wipe pattern Press one of the wipe pattern selector switches to select the desired wipe pattern from among the nine patterns available. The indicator of the selected wipe pattern selector switch lights in amber. 2-2-2. Selecting the wipe direction Operate the transition direction selector switch (DIP switch) to select the wipe direction. N: For setting the wipe direction to the normal direction. N/R: To switch the wipe direction between normal
2. Basic operations Changing the soft effect amount On the BODR menu, turn [F3], and set the soft effect amount using the SOFT item. A setting of “0” means that the soft effect is OFF. Setting the border color On the BODR menu, turn [F4], and set the border color using the COLR item. When USR1 to 4 (user colors) has been selected, the color can be adjusted on the USR1 to 4 menu. Adjusting the border color When USR1, 2, 3 or 4 has been selected, the border color can be adjusted. Use of USR1
2. Basic operations 2-3. Key 2-3-1. Selecting the key source Selecting the key source signals The signals assigned to crosspoints 1 to 7 can be used for the key source signals. While holding down the [KEY-S] switch in the source selection area, press one of the B bus crosspoint switches  to  to select the key source signal. The indicators of the [KEY-S] switch and selected crosspoint switch light in amber. Provide materials with white key-combined characters or patterns on a black backg
2. Basic operations 2-3-2. Setting the key Selecting the key type Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [KEY] switch to display the KEY menu. Turn [F1] to display the KEY menu (sub menu). Turn [F2], and select the TYPE item. SELF (self key/luminance key): The key signals are created from the luminance signals of the key fill material. Since key fill signals are used as the key source, the signals selected by the key source are ignored. LIN (linear key/EXT k
2. Basic operations 2-3-4. Selecting key fill Selecting the key fill signals In addition to the signals assigned to crosspoints 1 to 7, special fill colors can be used for the key fill signals. While holding down the [KEY-F] switch in the source selection area, press one of the B bus crosspoint switches 1 to 7 to select the key fill signal. The indicators of the [KEY-F] switch and selected crosspoint switch light (in amber). Bus images are not used when the fill color has been selected on the
2. Basic operations Adjusting the fill color The fill color can be adjusted when USR1 to 4 have been selected. Use of USR1 to 4 is shared by the border color, background color and edge color. Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [KEY] switch to display the KEY menu. Turn [F1] to display the USR1 to 4 (user color) menu. Turn [F2], [F3] and [F4] to adjust the color (HUE, SAT and LUM). ＵＳＲ１ ＨＵＥ ＳＡＴ ＬＵＭ ４／７ １００ １００ １００ ０－３５９ ０－１００ ０－１０８ 2-3-5. Key decorations
2. Basic operations Adjusting the edge color The edge color can be adjusted when USR1, 2, 3 or 4 has been selected. Use of USR1 to 4 is shared by the border color, background color and fill color. Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [EDGE] switch to display the EDGE menu. Turn [F1] to display the USR1 to 4 (user color) menu. Turn [F2], [F3] and [F4] to adjust the color (HUE, SAT and LUM). ＵＳＲ１ ＨＵＥ ＳＡＴ ＬＵＭ ２／５ １００ １００ １００ ０－３５９ ０－１００ ０－１０８ 20
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