Sony BKMW-E3000 user manual

User manual for the device Sony BKMW-E3000

Device: Sony BKMW-E3000
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NETWORK INTERFACE BOARD
BKMW-E3000
OPERATION MANUAL [English]
1st Edition

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For the customers in the USA Warning This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the This unit must be installed by qualified service personnel only. limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the Incorrect installation may cause a fire, electrical shock, or FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable other accident, resulting in personal injury or property protection against harmful interference when the equipment is damage. operated in a commerci

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Table of Contents Overview ................................................................................5 e-VTR Functions ........................................................................5 e-VTR Manager Application Software Functions......................6 System Configuration .................................................................7 Preparations ..........................................................................9 For Using a Computer ...................................

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Backing Up the Menu Settings.................................................30 Saving the Files with a Different Name ...................................30 Monitoring File Contents .................................................... 31 Displaying File Top Pictures ....................................................31 Monitoring the Video and Audio of Files (e-monitor) .............31 Storing JPEG Data....................................................................31 Storing/Playing Files

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Windows application network services Installing e-VTR Manager, the supplied Windows Overview application, allows FTP file transfer and monitoring of video and audio from the application. The BKMW-E3000 is a network interface board for installation in an MSW-2000 series digital videocassette Using the e-VTR control panel to transfer recorder. With this board installed, the VTR can be added FTP/HTTP files to a 10/100/1000Base-T network to transfer video, audio, You can use the control panel

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memory label (rec start marks, shot marks, cue points, IN/ e-VTR Manager Application Software OUT points). Functions User registration The supplied e-VTR Manager application software can be Up to 5 users can be registered for one e-VTR. installed on a computer connected to the e-VTR to enable One of the registered users is “superuser,” and the other control of the e-VTR from the computer. users are “general users,” registered by the superuser. The software provides the following functions. T

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System Configuration The following figures show examples of network systems using e-VTRs. Connecting two e-VTRs Computer Hub Z Z e-VTR 1 e-VTR 2 Connecting multiple e-VTRs and a server Computer Hub Z Z Z Server e-VTRs Overview 7

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Connecting multiple e-VTRs and a mass storage server Z Computer Z Hub Z Rooter Z Hub Hub Z Z Z Mass storage server e-VTRs Overview 8

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3 Rotate the MULTI CONTROL knob to bring the cursor (*) to M5: NETWORK and press the F5 (SET) Preparations button. MAINTENANCE MODE For Using a Computer M0 : CHECK M1 : ADJUST Install e-VTR Manager on a computer meeting the M2 : ERROR LOGGER following requirements. M3 : OTHERS e-VTR Manager may not perform normally if installed on M4 : SETUP MAINTENANCE a computer that does not meet these requirements. M5 : NETWORK CPU: 1 GHz or higher Memory: 256 MB or greater OS: Windows XP/200

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To bring the cursor to the value you want to change To set the default gateway Rotate the MULTI CONTROL knob. Bring the cursor to M52: DEFAULT GATEWAY in step 4. To change a value Rotate the MULTI CONTROL knob while holding the 8 Restart the e-VTR, or operate M58: M50-M52 HOME button down. RENEW to apply the changes to the network settings. For automatic assignment of network settings (such Checking the state of the network as IP address) The network indicator lights or goes out as follows,

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M550: LEADER LENGTH: Sets the length of the Setting the Tape Top and the leader section at tape top. The default setting is 10 seconds. Beginning of the File M551: LEADER TC: Sets the timecode at the start of the recordable portion of the tape. The default You can specify the length of the leader section at tape top, setting is “00:00:00:00.” the timecode at the start of the recordable portion, and the M552: LEADER SIGNAL: Sets the type of signal type of video signal recorded on the lead

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3 Rotate the MULTI CONTROL knob to bring the cursor (*) to M570: REC WITHOUT TELE-F, and M5 : NETWORK M56 : IP CONFIG then press the F5 (SET) button. DHCP:disable OTHERS CONFIG IP ADDRESS: 192.168.000.001 M570: REC WITHOUT TELE-F SUBNET MASK: M571: REC WITH TELE-F 255.255.255.000 M572: TEMP FILE CREATE DEFAULT GATEWAY: 192.168.000.254 DNS SERVER ADDRESS: 192.168.000.254 Enabling File Reception when Using a Cassette without a Memory Label The M570: REC WIT

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Enabling the REC Command via a OTHERS CONFIG Network for a Cassette with a M571: REC WITH TELE-F Memory Label Execution of the REC command via a network when using enable a cassette with a memory label attached is normally disabled to prevent overwriting of a file that has been already received. However, you can execute the REC command via a network for a cassette wtih a memory label in a case in Push SET button which no file has been created by any user. enable:

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2 Rotate the MULTI CONTROL knob to bring the cursor (*) to M58: M50-M52 RENEW and press the OTHERS CONFIG F5 (SET) button. M570: REC WITHOUT TELE-F M571: REC WITH TELE-F M5 : NETWORK M572: TEMP FILE CREATE M50 : IP ADDRESS M51 : SUBNET MASK M52 : DEFAULT GATEWAY M55 : TAPE LEADER CONFIG M56 : IP CONFIG M57 : OTHERS CONFIG M58 : M50-M52 RENEW M59 : RESET ALL USER The M572: TEMP FILE CREATE setting page appears. 4 Rotate the MULTI CONTROL knob to change the The M58: M50

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Resetting User Names and M5 : NETWORK Passwords M59 : RESET ALL USER ON Use the VTR maintenance menu to reset registered user names and passwords to the default. Complete Note Turn off/on POWER !! This procedure resets the names and passwords of all registered users. 1 Do steps 1 to 3 in the procedure of “Basic Network Settings” (see page 9) to display the M5: NETWORK page of the maintenance menu. 5 Restart the e-VTR. 2 With the HOME button pressed, rotate the MULTI CONTROL knob

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Setting the Transfer Processing for Copying the Timecode Recorded in Nonrecorded Sections the Source Cassette When the material transfer range is from the tape top to the To enable the timecode (LTC) on the source cassette in the tape end (transfer of the virtual file &whole.mxf), or from transmitting VTR to be recorded as-is to the cassette in the the current position to the tape end (transfer of the virtual receiving VTR, this must be set on the Setup menu ITEM- file ¤t.mxf), you can

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ITEM-253 ITEM-254 E-MONITOR AUDIO SELECT MXF D10 DESTINATION NO. 1 track 1/2 track 1/2 (default setting): Audio track channels 1 and 2 1 to 5: Registration number of the server you registered in are output. the Web window (default setting: 1) track 3/4: Audio track channels 3 and 4 are output. track 5/6: Audio track channels 5 and 6 are output. The registration number of the destination server for track 7/8: Audio track channels 7 and 8 are output. MXF P

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2 To send a file while playing back the tape, cue to the To specify the transmission size (duration) position from where you wish the transfer to start then for the HTTP server press the PLAY button while holding the ENTRY When the destination is an HTTP server, it is necessary to button pressed. specify the duration of the material to be sent, using the Setup menu ITEM-256: : HTTP TRANSFER DURATION To send a file while recording the input signal on in advance. the tape, simultaneously p

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Starting e-VTR Manager Start e-VTR Manager by double clicking on (e-VTR The e-VTR Manager window shown below appears. Manager icon). e-VTR Manager window Menu bar Tool bar Network Device Register window Status bar The Network Device Register window also appears when e-VTR Manager is started. Use the Network Device Register to manage the devices controlled by e-VTR Manager (see page 21). Starting e-VTR Manager 19

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Edit Entry e-VTR Manager Window Menus Opens the File Entry window to modify the file selected in the VTR window or the record entry settings of the file. The menu bar in the e-VTR Manager window contains the You can change the top/end points of the file, add/delete following menus. the record entries, and change the record entry positions. Get Top Thumbnail Picture File menu In the VTR window, captures the thumbnail picture for the Setup command: Allows settings to be made for file list s


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