Sony Water Dispenser CCp-8000 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Water Dispenser CCp-8000

Device: Sony Water Dispenser CCp-8000
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DVS-9000/9000SF System
(With CCP-8000 Series Center Control Panel)
User’s Guide
Production Switcher System
Volume 2 [English]
1st Edition (Revised 1)
Software Version 2.00 and Later

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NOTICE TO USERS © 2002 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved. This manual or the software described herein, in whole or in part, may not be reproduced, translated or reduced to any machine readable form without prior written approval from Sony Corporation. SONY CORPORATION PROVIDES NO WARRANTY WITH REGARD TO THIS MANUAL, THE SOFTWARE OR OTHER INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN AND HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH R

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Table of Contents Chapter 11 DME Operations Three-Dimensional Transformation Operations.......................................13 Basic Operations....................................................................................13 Three-Dimensional Parameter Display .................................................17 Entering Three-Dimensional Parameter Values....................................18 Graphics Display .................................................................................

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Brick Settings ........................................................................................81 Shadow Settings ....................................................................................84 Chapter 12 External Devices Control of External Devices.........................................................................86 Control of P-BUS Devices ............................................................................87 Creating and Editing the P-BUS Timeline ................

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Path Setting .................................................................................................136 Basic Procedure for Path Settings .......................................................136 Executing Effects ........................................................................................140 Execution With the RUN Button (Auto Mode)...................................140 Run Mode Setting................................................................................141 Sav

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Shotbox Execution in the Utility/Shotbox Control Block...................189 Shotbox Register Editing ...........................................................................191 Chapter 16 Engineering Setup Setup for the Whole System.......................................................................195 Network Settings (Network Config Menu) .........................................195 System Settings (System Config Menu) .............................................196 Setting the Signal

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Router Interface Settings (Router Menu) ............................................278 Tally Group Settings (Group Tally Menu)..........................................280 Wiring Settings (Wiring Menu) ..........................................................281 Tally Generation Settings (Tally Enable Menu) .................................283 Tally Copy Settings (Tally Copy Menu).............................................285 Parallel Tally Settings (Parallel Tally Menu).....................

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Chapter 18 Macros Macro Operations in the Numeric Keypad Control Block.....................310 Recalling a Macro Register and Executing a Macro...........................311 Creating and Editing a Macro .............................................................312 Saving a Macro....................................................................................314 Macro Operations in the Flexi Pad Control Block..................................316 Recalling a Macro Register and Executing a Ma

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Shotbox Menu .....................................................................................352 Macro Menu ........................................................................................352 File Menu ............................................................................................353 Engineering Setup Menu .....................................................................354 Index .......................................................................................

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Chapter 11 DME Operations Three-Dimensional Transformation Operations ................................. 13 Basic Operations.............................................................................. 13 Three-Dimensional Parameter Display ........................................... 17 Entering Three-Dimensional Parameter Values .............................. 18 Graphics Display ............................................................................. 19 Canceling Virtual Images ...........

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Interpolation Settings....................................................................... 76 Global Effect Operations ....................................................................... 78 Combiner Settings ........................................................................... 78 Brick Settings .................................................................................. 81 Shadow Settings .............................................................................. 84

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Chapter 11 DME Operations Three-Dimensional Transformation Operations Use the device control block to carry out three-dimensional DME transformations. For details of three-dimensional DME coordinate space, see “Three- Dimensional Transformations” in Chapter 1 (Volume 1). Basic Operations This section explains how to use a trackball-type device control block to carry out three-dimensional transformations. Function assignment buttons Region selection buttons (DME1 to 8) Trackball M/E1 M/E2 M

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Chapter 11 DME Operations Transforming an image in three-dimensional coordinate space Use the following procedure. 1 With the region selection buttons, select the target channel of the operation. You can press several of the buttons simultaneously to select several channels. In this case, the button that you pressed first lights in green, while buttons pressed subsequently light in amber. 2 With the function assignment buttons, select the three-dimensional coordinate space in which to per

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Chapter 11 DME Operations You can magnify and shrink the image with the Z-ring. Rotate counterclockwise to shrink, and clockwise to magnify. To change the aspect ratio of the image: With the [SRC] button selected in step 2, press the [ASP PERS] button, turning it on. You can change the aspect ratio independently on the x- and y-axes with the trackball, and change it simultaneously on both the x- and y- axes with the Z-ring. To change the perspective on the image: With the [TRGT] button sel

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Chapter 11 DME Operations  To change on the z-axis, rotate the Z-ring. Parameter values increase as you rotate clockwise, and decrease as you rotate counterclockwise. However, when you have pressed the [LOC XYZ] button to move the image, z-axis parameters increase as you rotate counterclockwise, and decrease as you rotate clockwise. If you hold down the [SRC] or [TRGT] button while carrying out the above operations, the rate of change of the parameters is reduced. (Fine mode) 5 To restri

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Chapter 11 DME Operations Three-Dimensional Parameter Display You can check the values of the three-dimensional parameters in the DME menu. Displaying the three-dimensional parameters in the DME menu In the menu control block, select the top menu selection button [DME]. The DME menu appears. The status area shows the three-dimensional parameters currently controlled by the device control block.  When multiple DME channels are selected, this shows the parameters for the reference channel. 

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Chapter 11 DME Operations Viewing the three-dimensional parameter details In the DME menu, press the menu title button (the [DME] in the upper left part of the screen). The Status menu appears. This menu shows the three-dimensional parameters for the DME reference channel currently selected in the device control block. Example three-dimensional parameter details Entering Three-Dimensional Parameter Values In addition to setting three-dimensional parameter values with the trackball and Z-r

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Chapter 11 DME Operations 2 Enter a parameter value with the numeric keypad. The number of significant digits after a decimal point is 4. 3 Press the [ENTER] button. The parameter value is changed, and the image changes. To enter difference values You can enter difference values by pressing the [+/−] button, entering the difference from the current value, and pressing the [TRIM] button to confirm. The [+/−] button toggles between “+” (plus) and “−” (minus) each time it is pressed. Resettin

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Chapter 11 DME Operations Use the DME menu to make graphics display settings. You can make separate settings for separate channels. To select a target DME channel, use the device control block. Displaying graphics Use the following procedure. 1 In the menu control block, select the top menu selection button [DME]. The DME menu appears. 2 Select VF6 ‘Input/Output’ and HF4 ‘Graphic.’ The Graphic menu appears. 3 Turn the [Graphic] button on. The system enters graphics display mode, enablin


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