Sony Webcam BZNP-100 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Webcam BZNP-100

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3-748-162-31(1)






Network Player
Management Software


Operations Guide

Before operating the software, please read this manual thoroughly,
and retain it for future reference.







BZNP-100 Version 3.00 and Later

© 2003 Sony Corporation

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Overview of This Guide Notations Used in This Manual This operations guide explains how to carry out the most basic operations of the • Menu commands and labeled buttons that appear on the screen are Sony BZNP-100 Network Player Management Software. The BZNP-100 is indicated as [command name] and [button name]. designed to create and manage audio and visual content, such as commercial Example: [Setup], [Material Management] videos played in public places or educational and training videos

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Try to create the following demonstration content. How to Use the Operations Guide This operations guide explains the essential setup that you have to do before starting to use the BZNP-100 Network Player Management Software, and how to create a small piece of demonstration content as shown on the right. You can create the same content by using the following sample materials that are supplied with this operations guide. Sample Materials and Playlist: • Video Video_Sample_1, Video_Samp

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Operation Flowchart Starting the Software The following chart shows an example of the flow of normal operation of this Double-click the BZNP-100 shortcut icon on your Windows desk top. system to play demonstration videos on the street or presentation videos in the Or, click the Start button, then select [Programs] > [Network Player office. Management] > [BZNP-100]. Operations written in blue are covered in this operations guide. Either of the following main menus appears. The main menu is

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Note: If you change the application mode or video format, a message appears Setting Up the Software after step 4, asking whether you would like to restart the software. Click [Yes]. Before creating materials and playlists, there is some setup necessary: setup of the software and registration related to the NSP-100. Recommended Settings in the Setup Dialog Box For the software, you have to open the Setup dialog box, then check and modify, if necessary, the following setup items. Apart fro

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The following chart shows how to register an NSP-100 named “Tokyo” and a Defining an NSP-100 and a Group network player group named “Japan.” The online help and the Operating The system features group-based playlist and content distribution. You can Instructions explain the procedure used for registering more than one NSP-100 define network player groups, and put each network player in one or several and network player group. groups. 1 Click [Group Setup] on the main menu. 2 Click [New].

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Preparing Video Material Convert the supplied AVI file corresponding to "Video_Sample_1" into the NSP Tip: There is a capturing function that enables you to create AVI files from format by yourself using the following procedure. audio/video signal. See “Capturing Video” (page 14) for details. 1 Click [Material Management] on the main menu. 4 Click [Browse] and specify the “AVI” folder under the folder where the software has been installed. 2 Select the Video tab. The bit rate ca

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The maximum size varies depending on the video signal and the display Preparing Graphics Material size used, either under-scan (full) or over-scan (88%). Check this table Convert the supplied bmp file corresponding to "Graphic_Sample_1" into the when defining the page size in PowerPoint. NSP format by yourself using the following procedure. Signal Display Size Size (pixels) Size (inches) NTSC Under-scan (Full) 720 x 480 10.00 x 6.67 Notes on Using Microsoft PowerPoint Slides Over-sca

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Tip: The system provides some text editing functions, such as allowing you to Preparing Text Material use a text file instead of typing text. Create a piece of blinking text that is the same as the text in "Text_Sample_1" Refer to the online help or operating instructions for details on the text editing using the following procedure. function. 1 Select the Text tab of the Material Management window. If this window is not open, click [Material Management] on the 4 Select the NSP-100

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screen, as well as scheduling data. Creating a Playlist Note: The sample playlist is available if you are using the group named "Japan" Now, arrange the materials to make the same playlist as the sample. A playlist referred to earlier. also has information on the positions of the video and text materials on the 1 Click [Edit Playlist] on the main menu. 4 Click [Properties], and set the properties of Hint: Hold the Ctrl key down and press the the playlist. Z key to cancel the last operati

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Creating a Playlist - Continued 4 - Continued In the Properties dialog box, select today’s date in the Start Date drop-down list box, and a date 10 days later in the End Date drop-down list box. Then, check the Repeat check box, and specify the desired time in the Start Time and Repeat End Time spin boxes and click [OK]. 3 - Continued Select the video positions and sizes, and the text positions in the respective Display Setup dialog boxes, as shown in the figures. Then click [OK].

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Sending Playlists and Materials Tip: You can select the desired playlist and send it with the necessary materials You can easily send a playlist and the necessary materials to NSP-100 network on the Playlist tab of the Material Management window as follows. This method players. Use the main menu as shown in the following illustration. is available for the Presentation Application, too. 2 Click today’s date (or any playout date for the playlist 1 Click [Material Management] on the main me

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Use the following procedure to check the status and results of a playlist/material Checking Transfer Status and Results transfer from the Material Management window or main menu. 1 Click [Transfer Status] on the main menu. 4 You can check the result of the last playlist/material transfer to each network player. 3 Click [Transfer Results], if necessary. 2 Check the transfer status of each network player in Hint: You can cancel transfer of the group, “Japan” to which playlists and mate

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Note: These operations are not necessary to create the demonstration content Supplement 1 - Capturing Video shown at the beginning. If you have a VCR or camcoder connected via i.LINK (IEEE 1394), you can use Please contact your supplier or Sony sales representative for information on the video recorded on a tape as video material. The following procedure captures video devices that you can use for capturing. audio/video signal and creates an AVI file, so you can convert it into NSP format

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playlist. Supplement 2 - Urgent Text Playout This manual explains how to do “urgent text playout” to show a specific piece of The system supports “urgent playout” that overrides ongoing playout and forces text scrolling over the bottom of the ongoing playout screen. Refer to the online the network player to play a specific video/graphics/text piece of material or a help or operating instructions for details on urgent playout. 1 Click [Material Management] on the main menu to open the Mate

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Supplement 3 - Checking Network Player Status The following procedure enables you to check the status and the remaining hard disk drive capacity of each network player in the group. 1 Click [NSP-100 Status] on the main menu 2 Select the desired network player group from the Group drop-down list box. Click [Update] when the desired group is already selected. 3 Check the status and remaining disk space of each network player in the group displayed on the list. When the network player


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