Sony 4000CL-MAV-PBIO user manual

User manual for the device Sony 4000CL-MAV-PBIO

Device: Sony 4000CL-MAV-PBIO
Category: Network Card
Manufacturer: Sony
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Added : 2/8/2014
Number of pages: 20
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12843 Foothill Blvd.,
Suite D
Sylmar, CA 91342
818 898 3380 voice
818 898 3360 fax
info@dnfcontrols.com
www.dnfcontrols.com
Model No. 4000CL-MAV-PBIO
(&4000CL-MAV-T-PBIO)
250 CLIP FAST ACCESS SYSTEM
with Peripheral Bus Interface Option
Sony DP Protocol
for SONY MAV-555 Video Servers
USER MANUAL
1 4000CL-MAV, 250 Clip Fast Access System, for Sony MAV-555, with PBIO option

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Table of Contents 1. REVISION HISTORY 4 GETTING STARTED . . . 5 2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 5 FEATURES 5 DEFINITIONS 5 3. SYSTEM INSTALLATION 6 a. ST300-S/SM, VTR/DDR CONTROLLER 6 b. PRODUCTION SWITCHER 6 4. VIDEO SERVER SETUP 8 5. LOAD A CLIP 6. LEARN ON THE ST300 8 7. LEARN ON THE PRODUCTION SWITCHER 9 8. RECALL ON THE

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REFERENCE . . . 15 15. SETUP MENU 15 16. FUNCTION TABLE 17 17. SPECIFICATIONS 18 ST300 18 RS422 SERIAL CONNECTOR 18 POWER CONNECTOR 18 AUX CONNECTOR (PBUS IN) RS422 SERIAL CONNECTOR 18 GPI IN/OUT CONNECTOR 19 18. KEY LAYOUT 20 Manual Version..........................

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1. REVISION HISTORY 120602 Rev. 3.0 Added GPI’s 040303 Rev. 3.1 Added Key Layout 4 4000CL-MAV, 250 Clip Fast Access System, for Sony MAV-555, with PBIO option

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Getting Started . . . 2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION NOW, production switchers can load & play video clips on Sony MAV DDRs. Use the EMEM or SNAPSHOT Learn & Recall functions of the production switcher to load and play a video clip from a Recall or timeline. Use the Run and Trigger functions of the production switcher to Play, Stop or Recue the video clip. Instantly load a video clip at the press of a button. Instantly load a FILL clip & KEY clip at the press of ONE button, then play out both channe

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3. SYSTEM INSTALLATION a. ST300-S/SM, VTR/DDR CONTROLLER 1) Plug one end of a 9-conductor, RS422 serial cable into the 9-pin connector (VTR 1, 2, 3 or 4) on the rear of the ST300. Plug the other end of the cable into the 9-pin REMOTE connector on the Video Server. 2) Connect the +5, +12, -12 VDC POWER SUPPLY into the POWER connector on the rear of the ST300. Plug the Power Supply into an outlet, 90 VAC to 240 VAC. 3) Check SETUP MENU prior to using the ST300 to confirm proper Record mode and o

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CONNECTION DIAGRAM 7 4000CL-MAV, 250 Clip Fast Access System, for Sony MAV-555, with PBIO option

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4. VIDEO SERVER SETUP a. The SONY MAV unit must have the following or higher software versions: V1.1 b. Clips loaded from the front panel of the MAV will not be displayed on the ST300. c. SETUP MENU/RECORD MODE. Crash and Lockout are the only modes supported. 5. LOAD A CLIP a. Select VTR. Connection must be to the Player port in order to load existing clips. b. Press [CLIP LIST]. The CLIP LIST indicator will turn on. The display prompts: “WHEEL-scroll files, ENTER-enter file ID” c. Turn the

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7. LEARN ON THE PRODUCTION SWITCHER a. Select and enable the Peripheral Device Addresses for the ST300. b. Do a LEARN to the desired REGISTER. The ST300 will: LEARN (save) the VTR#, loaded CLIP ID and current IN time to the REGISTER number in the ST300. 8. RECALL ON THE ST300 a. Select the desired Cue Point by pressing [NEXT CUE], [LAST CUE]. OR By manually entering the Cue Point using the numeric keypad. The selected Cue Point number is shown on the bottom line of the display. b. Press

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10. TRIGGERS FROM THE PRODUCTION SWITCHER Firing a trigger, using either the Timeline or Run function on the production switcher, causes the ST300 to put the Video Server into the following modes, based upon the trigger value: GRASS VALLEY GROUP Trigger Value Mode 0Play 1 Recue to beginning of clip 2 Slo-mo using ST300 Preset Speed 3 Reverse Play 4 Still Frame 5None 6 or greater Play SONY Trigger Value Mode 0 Recue to beginning

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Advanced Features . . . 11. CREATE NEW CLIPS NOTE: Record duration must be set BEFORE creating a new clip. a. Press [SHIFT] + [RECORD]. The first line of the display shows current record duration. The second line of the display prompts “Enter record length.” b. Enter the desired record length using numeric keypad. c. Press [ENTER] to save the entered time and exit. OR Press [ESC] to exit without saving. NOTE: Defau lt record duration is 30 minutes. d. Select VTR. Connection must be to the Rec

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12. TRIMMING A CLIP a. SETTING THE IN (OUT) POINT 1) Press [IN] ([OUT]). The IN (OUT) indicator turns on. The display shows: “IN (OUT) xx:xx:xx:xx,” where xx:xx:xx:xx is the saved time. OR Press [SHIFT] + [IN] ([OUT]) to manually enter a new IN (OUT) time. 2) Press [ENTER] to save the entered time. OR Press [ESC] to exit without saving. NOTE: When manually entering IN and OUT points, they are always marked based on tape time, not LTC, no matter what time mode is selected. b. VIEW THE IN (OUT) P

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13. VIEW CONTENTS OF CUE POINT a. Use [NEXT CUE] or [LAST CUE] to access Cue Point. Contents loaded at this Cue Point (CLIP ID) will be displayed. OR b. Use numeric keypad to enter Cue Point number. Press [ENTER]. Contents are displayed. 14. TRANSFERRING CUELIST a. TRANSMIT CUE LIST FUNCTION The TRANSMIT CUELIST function allows you to transmit your list of Cue Points to a PC, using the provided utility software on the PC, or to another ST300. 1) TO TRANSMIT CUE POINTS TO THE ST300 a) Connect the

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b. RECEIVE CUELIST FUNCTION The RECEIVE CUELIST function allows you to receive your list of Cue Points from a PC or from another ST300. 1) TO RECEIVE CUE POINTS FROM THE ST300 a) Connect the VTR4 connector on the back of the ST300 from the VTR4 connector of the transmitting ST300 using RS422 9-pin cable with TX and RX lines crossed. (A “Turnaround” Cable) b) Press [MENU] and scroll the wheel to “Receive CUE List? YES=Enter, Exit=ESC.” c) Press [ENTER] to start receiving. The Display shows

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Reference . . . 15. SETUP MENU Press [MENU]. The MENU indicator will turn on. Turn the Wheel to select item to change. Press [MENU] OR use the Softkeys to change the desired mode for that option. Turn the Wheel at anytime to select another item. Press [ESC] at anytime to exit SETUP MENU. The MENU indicator will turn off. MENU MODES (Turning Wheel Clockwise) RECORD Press [MENU] to select the desired record mode: Lockout, Crash (Full). WIND MODE Press Softkey to select: HOLD (Fast wind is mainta

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ST300 SETUP ST300 SETUP Clear Cues SetDefault Press Softkey beneath ClearCues to clear all Cue Points to 00:00:00:00. Press Softkey [YES] when asked “Are You Sure?” Press Softkey beneath SetDefault to set ST300 to default settings. Press Softkey [YES] when asked “Are You Sure?” DISPLAY The version number for the currently installed software is displayed. SOFTWARE VERSION PARITY In hardware version 3.0 only, set the parity to the same as the switcher. For hardware versions 2.0 and 2.1, no adjust

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16. FUNCTION TABLE Function Key Press Description GOTO ENTERED [SHIFT] + [RECUE] Search the VTR to the manually entered time. TIME Use the ST300 numeric keypad. Press [ENTER] or [RECUE]. FFWD [FFWD] Press and HOLD to shuttle. Release key to stop. Set WIND Speed in MENU. JOG [JOG] Select JOG mode and enable Wheel. LAST CUE [LAST CUE] Step to the previous Cue Point Location. NEXT CUE [NEXT CUE] Step to the next Cue Point Location. RECORD [REC] Places VTR into the Record mode selected by RECORD M

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17. SPECIFICATIONS ST300 Power: 90 VAC to 265 VAC adapter supplied with IEC connector Size: (L” x W” x H”) 12” x 6” x 1.5” (front) 3.0” (rear) Weight: 4 lbs. Rear Panel Connectors: VTR1, VTR2, VTR3, VTR4 … All DB9F GPI......................................….. DBF15F Power....................…................ DB9M Aux .............................…......… DB9F Display: Easy to read 2-line, back-lit LCD display (User adjustable contrast) Jog/Shuttle Wheel: With mechanical detents Optional “T”-

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GPI IN/OUT CONNECTOR 15-Pin D-Type, Female (DB15F) Pin # 1 GPI 1 Out Pin# 9 GPI 1 In – Play 2 GPI 2 Out 10 GPI 2 In – Stop 3 GPI 3 Out 11 GPI 3 In – Recue 4 GPI 4 Out 12 GPI 4 In – Next cue 5 GPI 5 Out 13 GPI 5 In – Last cue 6 GPI 6 Out 14 GPI 6 In – Recall 7 GPI 7 Out 15 GPI 7 In 8 Ground 19 4000CL-MAV, 250 Clip Fast Access System, for Sony MAV-555, with PBIO option

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18. KEY LAYOUT 20 4000CL-MAV, 250 Clip Fast Access System, for Sony MAV-555, with PBIO option


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