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The JOG DIAL allows the operator to pass into Search mode and thus to choose exactly the Short OUT or Short IN image. Move the jog dial clockwise to search forward and move it counter-clockwise to search backwards. One revolution of the jog dial will produce a jump of approximately 35 frames. This number can be multiplied by enabling the Fast mode. The multiplication factor is defined in the Setup menu. Note The jog dial is also used: to set parameters in the Setup menu. Refer to the Setup menu section for more information. to browse inside the clips database, the cue points or the current playlist. Refer to the explanation of the BROWSE function for more details. The jog dial is active at all times when the system is in Play & Record modes.
The LEVER is used to start a play or to modify slow motion speed. Its run can be of two different types regarding the lever mode.
In this mode, the lever run goes from 0 up to 100%.
Different ranges are available to play material from 400% to 400% (see Setup menu - page 6.1 - F5 for selection). To gain access to this second speed range, press SHIFT + LEVER from the remote controller. Note When SD SUPER MOTION material is loaded on the primary channel, the lever range as a larger, flat step at 33%. With HD SUPER MOTION, the step is at 33% or 50% depending on the camera. The lever is also used to adjust speed, and effects type and duration in Playlist Edit mode.
3. Main Menu
After the boot sequence of the Multicam system, the LCD screen of the Remote Control panel will display the Main menu:
2Rec 4Play XT Multi-Cam Ver:09.00.xx F1: 1 Remote F6: Exit F2: 2 Remotes F7: Clear all clips F3: 3 Remotes F8: Stop Record F4: 4 Remotes F9: Fill Playlist F5: Char. On/Off F0: Save Clips+Plist Split 1PGM+PRV Paint 3 PGM Target Setup
Note If 2 channels are available for the 1 s t Remote, the B key will display 2 PGM. If 3 channels are available, the B key will display 3 PGM. The Main menu has special function key operations as shown above, as well as the soft keys options to enter 1PGM, 1PGM+PRV, 2PGM, or 3PGM modes (if available) and to enter the Setup menu to configure your remote controller or to add special functions to your application.
A UTO M AKE C LIP FOR CAM B
Possible values: Yes (default) / No Make clip on CAM B even if no IN or OUT point has been marked on this one.
A UTO M AKE C LIP FOR CAM C
Possible values: Yes (default) / No Make clip on CAM C even if no IN or OUT point has been marked on this one.
A UTO M AKE C LIP FOR CAM D
Possible values: Yes (default) / No Make clip on CAM D even if no IN or OUT point has been marked on this one.
A UTO M AKE C LIP FOR CAM E
Possible values: Yes (default) / No Make clip on CAM E even if no IN or OUT point has been marked on this one.
R ESYNC TO TC R EF
The Multicam application uses an internal table to reference all time code discontinuities detected on the LTC input of the system. This table is used to match a recorded field to its time code. When the number of TC discontinuities is too important, a !TC warning appears on the OSD of the output monitors and the system switches to the internal time code mode. The operator can clear the TC discontinuities by calling the Resync to TC ref function. This function synchronizes the internal TC to the time code read on the LTC input of the server. From that moment on, the system will assume that the time code was continuous for previously recorded material, and will take into account the new time code discontinuities. Note that the above explanation is only valid for record trains. For clips, the time code of the first field of the clip is memorized at the creation of the clip, and the time code is always assumed continuous inside the clip. Clearing the internal TC table will consequently have no effect on the time code of recorded clips. To call the Resync to TC ref function, simply press the F6 key. The function is immediately performed and the message TC resynchronization done is displayed.
Record Trains p.2.2 [F1]Guardbands : 05s00fr [F2]Default clip duration : 04s00fr [F3]Mark cue points : Live [F4]Preroll : 02s00fr [F5]Record trains OUTs : Play Through [F6]Freeze on cue points : No [Menu]Quit [Clr+F_]Dft [F9]PgUp [F0]PgDn
Range: from 00s00fr to 60s00fr. Default: 05s00fr This option specifies the amount of guardband before and after clips. Note A clip is created immediately when pressing the F_ key on the Remote, amount of material recorded at that shorter guardband than indicated in recorded beyond the OUT point is guardband duration. the operator saves it by and is thus limited by the time. This might create a the setup, if the material shorter than the default
If the user wants to perform a search with different criteria (Search Net or Local, StartDate, EndDate, CAM/CLIP, etc ), the user should use the normal Sort-TC selection in the upper menu.
R ESET A RCHIVE S TATUS :
Pressing F6 will reset the archive status of all clips present on the system. A confirmation is required. Refer to the description of the Archive function for details.
Timeline [F1]TL Receive Pg [F2]Mono per Track p.3.4 : : 1
TL R ECEIVE P AGE
Default: 0 This parameter allows specifying where clips created as part of the timeline editing process will be stored.
M ONO P ER T RACK
The timeline edit feature still has only two audio tracks for editing, but we will allow more than one mono to be assigned to each audio track. For instance, if you are working in 4 tracks, you can assign the first stereo pair to audio track 1 and the second to audio track 2. The Mono Per Track parameter on page 3.4 is used in the following way: Possible values:
Number of audio in AVCFG 8
Value 1 (default) 4
Value 4 8
Playlist p.4.1 [F1]Video effect duration : 00s10fr [F2]Audio effect duration : Lock to Vid. [F3]Wipe type : Vert. L>R [F4]Default plst speed : Unk. [F5]Insert in playlist : After [F6]Confirm Ins/Del clips : No [Menu]Quit [Clr+F_]Dft [F9]PgUp [F0]PgDn
V IDEO E FFECT D URATION
Possible range: 0s00fr to 20s00fr. Default: 00s10fr This parameter sets the duration of video transition effect. The specified value is used as default value in Playlist Edit mode. Note that the duration of the video transition when using the TAKE button in 1PGM+PRV mode has its own parameter in another section of the Setup menu.
Note: the 2+6 feature is particularly useful when working in Dolby audio to assign a timeline track to the stereo pair and the other track to the Dolby 5.1 audio.
A UDIO E FFECT D URATION
SPECIAL CONTROL SETTINGS
Special Control Settings p.7.2 Main RS422 Second. RS422 PGM1: EVS Remote -- [F5]Sony BVW75 PGM2:[F2]EVS Remote - [F6]Sony BVW75 PGM3:[F3]EVS Remote - [F7]---------PGM4:[F4]EVS Remote - [F8]------------
This page is used to define which device/controller can control which PGM channel. For each PGM channel, you must define the main controller, selecting from the list defined on page 7.1. In LSM mode, the main controller for PGM1 must always be an EVS remote. This can not be changed by the operator. If the main controller is an EVS Remote, the RS422 port will be automatically assigned and is not specified by the operator. If the main controller is an EVS remote, it is then possible to specify a secondary controller for that channel, that can be a protocol defined on page 7.1. The EVS remote controlling that channel can then decide at any time to pass the control to, or to retrieve the control from the secondary controller. Like for page 7.1, all EVS remotes must be the first in the list of Main controllers, without gap. It is not allowed to have a protocol preceding an EVS remote in this list. A protocol (other than EVS AVSP or EVS IPDP protocols) can only be assigned to 1 channel at a time. EVS AVSP and IPDP protocols can be assigned to several channel simultaneously. If you need to assign some channels to an AirBox, you must set the main controller for these channels to EVS AVSP. If you need to assign some channels to an IP Director, you must set the main controller for these channels to EVS IPDP.
M AIN C ONTROLLER FOR PGM1
Possible values: EVS Remote When working in LSM base configuration, the PGM1 main controller must always be an EVS Remote. No other possible selection
M AIN C ONTROLLER FOR PGM2/3/4
Possible values: EVS Remote (default) + list of protocols-RS422 ports
defined on page 7.1
S ECONDARY C ONTROLLER FOR PGM1/2/3/4
Possible values: list of protocols defined on page 7.1. Default: ---------- -Available only if the main controller for that channel is an EVS remote.
The users can specify one of the following time code types in the USER setting: LTC and VITC time codes in SD LTC, HANC LTC and HANC VITC in HD
The user will have the possibility to work with one of the time code types defined for the recorder. Usually, an LTC time code is used to perform operations on live events. A VITC time code is used for video material ingested from tapes as it is the time code embedded in the video signal.
T IME C ODE T YPE U SED ON A R ECORDER
On the first page of the VGA Setup screen, the Primary TC field specifies which time code type will be displayed at the bottom the VGA and will be used to work with the video material stored on the given recorder.
P OSSIBLE V ALUES
The values can be the following: LTC USER LTC time code, which is automatically stored in the LTC table. It is specified in the LTC field. User-defined time code, which is stored in the USER TC table and specified in the USER field.
T IME C ODE C OLOUR ON THE VGA
Depending on the value selected for this setting, the time code displayed at the bottom of the VGA will have a different colour: If the LTC time code is selected, the time code colour will be white. If the USER time code is selected, the time code colour will be yellow.
H OW TO S ETUP THE P RIMARY TC AND U SER F IELDS
To set up the primary TC or USER field, proceed as follows: 1. 2. 3. Press SHIFT-F2 to open the VGA Setup screen. Use the <TAB> key to position the cursor on the field to edit. Use the right and left arrows to go through the possible values for that field. The value defined when you leave the field will be saved.
The second page available in the Setup Configuration menu ( SHIFT-F2) on XT servers allows the channel-by-channel management of VITC or ANC TC management. It also allows the users to clean or not the VBI information: the VITC being recorded in the active video lines, it can be disrupted in PlayVar because of interpolation or parity violation on some fields. Moreover, if the server inserts VITC on the output while there is already VITC on another line, it can create problems. The server allows now to totally clean the VBI information from the vertical blanking at playback or to clean it only when it would not have been preserved.
VITC/ANC M ANAGEMENT IN SD IN AND OUT
In SD, the page is as follows:
The following parameters can be defined:
D-VITC Lines The TC and user bits are always written on the SD outputs of the record codec and are the same as on the source video. Lines on which the VITC must be written on the loop of the input. By default, these are lines 14-16 in NTSC and 19-21 in PAL.
D-VITC Field to specify if embedded time code has to be inserted in the output. The possible values are: No In (default) LTC USER Lines UserBits Clean VBI No new time code inserted in the output. Same time code as in the input inserted in the output. Time code from the LTC table inserted in the output. User-defined time code inserted in the output.
Lines on which the specified time code must be written on the output. Yes/No flag to specify if the user bits have to be included in the output. The default value is Yes. Field in which the use specifies whether the VBI needs to be cleaned on the output. The possible values are: No Always If not OK The VBI is not cleaned in the output. The VBI is always cleaned in the output. The VBI is cleaned in the output if it is not correct (PlayVar mode, vertical split screen, etc.)
VITC/ANC M ANAGEMENT IN HD IN AND HD/SD OUT
In HD, the page is as follows:
D-VITC The TC and user bits are always written on the monitoring SD outputs of the record codec and are the same as on the source video. Lines on which the VITC time code must be written on the loop of the input. By default, these are lines 14-16 in NTSC and 19-21 in PAL.
HANC LTC Field to specify if embedded time code has to be inserted in the output. The value specified has to be the same as for the HANC VITC field. The possible values are: No In (default) LTC USER UserBits HANC VITC No new time code inserted in the output. Same time code as in the input inserted in the output. Time code from the LTC table inserted in the output. User-defined time code inserted in the output.
Yes/No flag to specify if the user bits have to be inserted in the output. The default value is Yes. Field to specify if embedded time code has to be inserted in the output. The value specified has to be the same as for the HANC LTC field. The possible values are: No In (default) LTC USER No new time code inserted in the output. Same time code as in the input inserted in the output. Time code from the LTC table inserted in the output. User-defined time code inserted in the output.
D-VITC Field to specify if embedded time code has to be inserted in the output. The possible values are: No In (default) LTC USER Lines No new time code inserted in the output. Same time code as in the input inserted in the output. Time code from the LTC table inserted in the output. User-defined time code inserted in the output.
This function is not active if the current playlist is empty. If the current playlist is not empty, pressing PLST once enters the Playlist Edit mode. Pressing PLST from the Playlist Edit mode enter the Playlist diffusion mode. Pressing PLST from the Playlist Diffusion mode re-cues the playlist to its beginning. Pressing 3 times PLST will always cue up the playlist ready to roll.
To play back a playlist that has been cued, press the PLAY button and it will roll at the preset speeds.
When a clip is loaded on the primary channel, pressing the BROWSE key allows the operator to browse inside all local clips of the database by turning the jog dial. When a cue point exists for the current picture on the primary channel (the CUE button lights red), pressing the BROWSE key allows the operator to browse through all existing cue points by turning the jog dial.
When the current picture on the primary channel is neither a clip nor a cue point, or if the operator is in Playlist mode, pressing the BROWSE key allows him to browse inside the clips of the current playlist by turning the jog dial.
This function inserts a clip before or after (depending on the Setup menu) the current position inside the playlist.
This function appends clip(s) at the end of the current playlist. This is also used to confirm saving of clips, and validate various options and messages.
This function allows the operator to gain access to the secondary menu. SHIFT+MENU on the Remote gains access to the Main menu. Also used as an ESCAPE key to cancel some options and messages.
This function clears the IN / OUT/ playlist / CLIPS / CUE points. Note To clear one CUE point, recall the desired cue point and press CLEAR + MARK key. To clear all cues: when current picture is not a CUE point, press CLEAR + MARK key. A message appears to confirm the command.
R EBOOTING THE S YSTEM FROM THE EVS R EMOTE PANEL
The Push function allows the operator to easily send a copy of a clip to another machine on the network: If a default Push machine is defined in the setup, the clip will be automatically sent to that machine. If no default PUSH machine is defined, the list of machines available on the network will appear. As soon as the operator selects one of them, the clip is pushed.
In both cases, a message appears for a few seconds on the LCD to confirm that the clip is being pushed and indicating the clip location where it will be stored on the receiving machine. If the Receive Page(s) defined on the destination machine is (are) full, the operator who tries pushing the clip is notified. While this message is being displayed, the operator can press the MENU key at any time to return to the normal menu. Depending on the CAM/CLIP mode selected by the D key, only the camera angles loaded on the controlled channels are pushed (CAM mode), or all camera angles of the clip are pushed at once (CLIP mode).
The Archive function allows the operator to flag a clip to place it in the archive queue of the XFile 1 defined in the Setup menu (p.3.3 F1). This function is blinking when the clip is flagged for archiving, but has not yet been archived. It is permanently highlighted when the archiving of the clip is completed. Depending on the mode selected with the D key (CLIP/CAM), the >ARCHIVE flag is assigned only to the camera angles of the clip loaded on the controlled channels (CAM mode), or to all camera angles of the clip (CLIP mode).
The EVS Xfile is a 2U device with 2 removable hard drives, that can be connected to the XNet SDTI network. Clips can be archived to/restored from the removable medias.
A UX C LIP
This function allows assigning a clip as auxiliary audio clip to the current playlist. Press CLEAR + Aux Clip (CLEAR + SHIFT + B) to remove the current auxiliary clip. Refer to the Chapter 13 Playlist Management , on page 129 for more details.
R ANKING (***)
The Ranking function allows assigning a ranking to the current clip. Pressing several times this key will scroll through the different values: 0 (***, not highlighted), *** , ** , *. Depending on the mode selected with the D key (CLIP/CAM), this ranking is assigned only to the camera angles of the clip loaded on the controlled channels (CAM mode), or to all camera angles of the clip (CLIP mode). If the Keyword Info parameter of the Setup menu is set to Yes , the ranking will appear on the OSD of the output monitors when cueing up the clip.
Name of the current element List of available camera angles (green) and selected camera angle (red)
H OW TO L OAD A R ECORD T RAIN
Press ALT+L to go in LIVE mode (or click on the LIVE function), then press ALT + the letter of the desired record train (A/B/C/D/E/F), or click on it. The letters corresponding to the available record trains are highlighted in green, and the letter of the current record train in red.
H OW TO L OAD A C LIP
use the arrow keys to move the cursor inside the lower section of the VDR Panel to the desired clip and press ENTER, or click on the desired clip with the stylus, or type the desired clip ID and press F3. To select a different camera angle inside a clip, press ALT + the letter of the desired camera (A/B/C/D/E/F), or click on it. Available camera angles are highlighted in GREEN, the current camera angle in red.
P LAYING /B ROWSING THE C URRENT E LEMENT
Command ALT+P ALT+Y Description Play from / Pause on the current picture Play the current clip in endless loop mode. The play will start from the current picture until the Short OUT point of the clip, then will automatically loop back to the Short IN point and keep playing, and so on PlayVar at the speed specified in the adjacent field. To edit the Var speed, press ALT + % (without SHIFT key), type the desired value and press ENTER to confirm. move 1 field backward / forward Move 1 second backward / forward Fast Rewind + Fast Forward. The browsing will continue after the keys are released. Goto IN / OUT Goto time code
< / > (without SHIFT key): SHIFT + < / > CTRL + < / > ALT + < / > ALT + G
H OW TO C REATE A C LIP WITH THE VDR P ANEL P LAYER
1. Load a record train on the player 2. Browse the record train to reach the desired Short IN or Short OUT point and press ALT+I / ALT+O to mark the Short IN / Short OUT point on the current picture. The cursor is automatically placed in the adjacent field, so that the operator can manually enter the time code of the desired Short IN / OUT point if needed 1. Press ENTER to confirm, or ESC to cancel. 3. Repeat this operation for the complementary Short IN / Short OUT point. This is not mandatory. If only a Short IN or a Short OUT point is marked, the Default Clip Duration defined in the Setup menu (p.2.2 F2) will be used to define the missing point.
If the operator knows the time code of the IN / OUT point, he does not need to browse to that picture. He can press ALT+I on any picture, then enter the time code of the IN / OUT point and confirm with ENTER.
4. To define the name of the clip before saving it, press ALT+N, type the desired name and validate with ENTER. 5. The operator can also restripe the time code of the IN point of the clip to a new value. Press ALT+T, type the desired value and confirm with enter. When creating the clip, this time code will replace the original time code of the Short IN point. 6. Press ALT+S to save the clip(s). The operator still has the opportunity to rename the clip during this operation. He can then save the clip to the current cursor location by pressing ENTER, or to the first available clip location on the current server by pressing ALT+U.
12. Keyword Management
Each clip of the server can be assigned 3 keywords and a ranking. Values for ranking are: -, *, **, ***. The keywords are selected from a user defined keywords file that can contain up to 200 keywords of 12 characters. This information (keywords, ranking) can then be combined with other criteria (time code, dates) to search the servers database for matching clips. The keyword and ranking assignment, and the search functions, can be performed using the EVS Remote panel or the VGA screen and PC keyboard. This functions are only available if license codes 124 (database search functions) and 125 (keyword assignment functions) are installed on the server.
CREATING AND SELECTING THE KEYWORD FILE
The keyword file is a simple text file with a name of 8 characters and a.KWD extension. All keyword files must be located in the Multicam\KWD directory of the server. A sample keyword file (SAMPLE.KWD) is provided by EVS when installing Multicam 6.01.43. The content of a keyword file is similar to the following:
1 = action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= action_= = = = = player_A1 player_A2 player_A3 player_A4 player_A5
= = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
player_A6 player_A7 player_A8 player_A9 player_A10 player_A11 player_A12 player_A13 player_A14 player_A15 player_A16 player_A17 player_A18 player_A19 player_A20
41 = player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B= player_B20 etc until 200 = last keyword
H OW TO C OPY A P LAYLIST
H OW TO C OPY A P LAYLIST FROM THE R EMOTE P ANEL
To copy a playlist, proceed as follows: 1. 2. 3. Go to playlist bank (local or from another machine on the network). Select the original playlist to copy by pressing the corresponding F_ key on the Remote. Select an empty playlist location on your local machine. A new menu appears on the LCD display of the Remote panel, with the corresponding message on the OSD of the output monitors, asking whether you want to copy the original playlist to the new location or whether you simply want to select a new, empty playlist (default choice):
Select New Playlist 13 ? [Menu]: Cancel [Enter]: Confirm
Press COPY (A key) to select the copy option. The menu becomes:
Copy Playlist 11/03 to Playlist 13 ? [Menu]: Cancel [Enter]: Confirm
To specify whether to copy the EDL with or without the clips, do one of the following: If you want to copy only the EDL without copying the clips contained in the original playlist, press ENTER. The copy is done instantly since there is no material to transfer. If you want to copy the EDL and the clips themselves to your local machine, press PLST+CLP (B key). The display becomes:
Copy Playlist 11/03 and all net. clips to Playlist 13 ? [Menu]: Cancel [Enter]: Confirm
To specify whether to perform a Short or Long copy, select the desired value (SHORT or LONG) with the C key. SHORT mode (default): only the section of the clips between the Short IN and Short OUT as defined in the playlist will be copied, increased by the duration of the guardbands, as defined on the destination system. LONG mode: the entire original clips, including their guardbands, will be copied on the destination system. Once the various options have been decided, press ENTER to confirm the copy, or MENU to cancel.
The F_ key of the destination playlist will flash until all clips have been copied. This playlist can be recalled during that process for browsing, editing or playback. If some clips have not yet been copied, the original network clip is used instead.
C OPYING P LAYLISTS FROM THE VGA
The same command is available from the VGA clip screen in the playlist bank. From the VGA it is also possible to do a copy short: although Ctrl+V is by default a Copy Long, Ctrl+SHIFT+V executes a Copy Short.
DISCONNECTING FROM XNET
When exiting the Multicam application the system checks if other systems are still connected to your XT server, then the following message appears:
Other users are connected to your LSM on XNet network. Are you really sure that you want to close the Multicam application ? [ESC] =CANCEL [ENTER]=YES
Press ESC to cancel the command and return to the application. Press ENTER to exit the Multicam application.
SELECTING A SERVER ON XNET
Selecting the NETWORK key (SHIFT + PLAY on the Remote) displays the Network menu:
Select a LSM on XNET F1 MICHEL F2 PIERRE F3 PAUL F4 JACQUES F5 ANDRE (LOCAL) Local Clips F6 F7 F8 F9 F0 Page 1/4 MACHINE6 MACHINE7 MACHINE8 MACHINE9 MACHINE0 Previous Records Next Clip+Rec
The LCD screen of the Remote displays the complete list of available systems on the network. The list is organized by the order of connection to the network. Up to 4 pages are available to display up to 31 XT servers. The PREVIOUS and NEXT keys appear only when some machines are not visible on the current page.
L OCAL MODE
The local system is identified with the Local sign after the name of the system. The Local function (A) gives direct access to the Local mode and is highlighted when Local mode is activated.
C LIPS M ODE
The Clip function (B) allows the operator to connect to the clip banks of another LSM connected to the network. In other words, the VGA clip screen and the F_ keys of the Remote show the clips from the selected LSM. If the operator presses the RECORD key, he goes in LIVE mode on the local record trains.
R ECORDS M ODE
When the operator selects one of the LSM in the network menu, he connects the record trains to this LSM. This means that the next time he presses the Records function (C) the active channels will go in LIVE mode (or near LIVE mode for remote trains 1) on the record trains of the selected LSM. The clips remain connected to the LSM they were connected to.
C LIPS +R ECORDS M ODE
The Clip+Rec function (D) allows the operator to both connect to the clips banks and to the record trains of a remote XT server. The VGA clip screen and the F_ keys of the Remote panel show the clips from the selected XT server. The next time the operator presses the RECORD key, the active channels will go in LIVE mode (or near LIVE mode for remote trains) on the record trains of the selected LSM. Select the function key corresponding to the remote system, then the LCD display returns to the normal mode:
TARGET MODE MONITOR DISPLAY
Choose Erase Single highlight tool Background Thickness Keyframe Erase all Color Circle Size Keyframe(s) Keyframes
To go to Next KF (no arrow = no KF) Number of Keyframe(s)
00:00:00 Z M <<<
00:00:00 >>> L
Switch between To mark zoom, highlight Keyframe and static zoom
T S E C <K> E R Z M
Select the darkness of the background (8 choices) Select the size of the circle (8 choices) Select the border thickness (8 choices) Select the border colour (8 choices) Indicates a keyframe has been marked on current field. Erases currently displayed keyframe Erases all keyframes in the current clip. Toggles between Zoom, Static Zoom and normal highlight. Allows you to mark a keyframe directly from the touch screen or from the tablet. If this option is active, touching a point on the screen automatically creates the keyframe. This option becomes inactive after each keyframe creation. Marks CUE OUT point on current field Starts slow-motion (preset in Prg Spd) Plays back the current clip Searches the material (clip or live recording). A single click with the stylus move one frame forward or one frame back
C S P <<< >>>
Z OOM O PTIONS
On the Remote panel display, selecting the Zoom option (soft key A) on the Remote will cause the tracking object to be changed to the Zoom function. Thee circle will magnify 4x the highlighted area of the image. This is a great feature for showing, for example, a close call like a foot on a line or a ball in/out of bounds. Note The dissolve effect is not available when using the Zoom effect. The T, S, E and C parameters are not available either in Zoom mode. Selecting Zoom again will switch to Static Zoom mode. Keep in mind, when selecting the Zoom option, the software will take a few seconds to apply the change. The Static Zoom allows the user to zoom an area of the picture via a picture in picture display.
In the Static Zoom mode, at the bottom left of the screen, a P appears on the OSD to define the position of the static zoom. Just click on the P and move the cursor to indicate where the static zoom should be.
Issue: Version 1.0 - File:Multicam 8.04.33 installation
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Print: 09/11/2007 Page: 1/6 Author : Michael DUFRANNE
Multicam 8.04.33 Installation guide
Table of Contents
1. INSTALLATION ON MTPC A1/A2 (A1, A1/R, A1/R2)... 2 1.1. DOS 6.22 OPERATING SYSTEM.... 2 1.2. MULTICAM SOFTWARE..... 2 1.2.1. Using Floppy disks.... 2 1.2.2. Using a USB key :..... 2 2. INSTALLATION ON MTPC A2/A3 OR A2/A4... 3 2.1. USING THE BOOTABLE USB KEY.... 4 2.1.1. Create the USB key.... 4 2.1.2. Boot on the USB key.... 4
188.8.131.52. 184.108.40.206. 220.127.116.11. 18.104.22.168. 22.214.171.124. 126.96.36.199. 188.8.131.52. New System Partition (1 Gb FAT16).... 4 System FORMAT + MS-DOS.... 4 EVS Multicam 08.03.12 Installation.... 4 EVS Multicam 08.04.33 Installation.... 4 Copy log files to the USB.... 5 Copy keyword files from USB to XT Server.... 5 Exit to DOS (Warning USB Key = C: drive !).... 5
2.2. NOT USING THE BOOTABLE USB KEY.... 5 2.2.1. Multicam Installation..... 5 2.2.2. MTPC Patch Installation.... 6
EVS Broadcast Equipment
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INSTALLATION ON MTPC A1/A2 (A1, A1/R, A1/R2)
1.1. DOS 6.22 OPERATING SYSTEM
Prior to the Multicam 8.04.33 software upgrade, please check that you are running version 6.22 of the DOS : at the DOS prompt, type ver and press [Enter]. If you are running version 5 of DOS, please contact support to get a copy of the DOS upgrade floppy before upgrading the Multicam software. Create the floppy DOS upgrade with USB support o Insert a blank floppy on a desktop PC o Unzip the file on UPG_DOS_622.zip on the desktop PC o Execute the file : this self-extracting image will install the necessary software on the floppy Insert the DOS 6.22 floppy disk into the drive of the XT server and reboot the system Before formatting the c: the following parameter files will be copied to a temporary location on the floppy : o c:\vgaopt.txt c:\line*.txt c:\AVCFG*.BIN c:\FILE*.DAT c:\HARDWCFG.BIN c:\multicam\kwd\*.* c:\AVCFG.SAV\*.* When asked whether you want to format the C: drive, press Yes to begin the formatting. Follow all install prompts, and when asked to reboot the server, eject the floppy and proceed with a [CTR]+[ALT]+[DEL]
USING FLOPPY DISKS
Download the Multicam version zip file. Next extract the zip file to a temporary folder on your Windows PC Format each floppy disk if they have not been formatted Copy the contents of each folder (080433-1, 080433-2 080433-7) to a separate floppy Always install the 7 XT Multicam 08.04.33 Upgrade disks together. Insert Upgrade 1 into the XT drive and from the DOS prompt, type a:install, and follow the instructions. When asked whether you want to overwrite existing files, type a for All. Carefully watch the VGA screen for any error messages that could pass by.
USING A USB KEY :
If you received the installation files by email, create a new folder on your USB key where all installation files will be copied. Ideally limit this folder name to 8 characters so that it will appear normally in DOS mode. For example M080433. Copy all installation files to the root of the new installation folder you have created on your USB key. Once complete, the content of the installation folder should be similar to this : \install.bat \080433-1 install.bat M080433.R05 upgrade.bat M080433P\ line*.txt line*.tdf avcfg*.bin
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avcfg*.bdf file*.dat file*.dft \080433-2 install.bat M080433.R04 \080433-3 install.bat M080433.R03 \080433-4 install.bat M080433.R02 \080433-5 install.bat M080433.R01 \080433-6 install.bat M080433.R00 \080433-7 Install.bat M080433.exe Enable the USB upgrade mode : Enter the EVS Maintenance Menu and select the Upgrade from USB option When the following message appears on the VGA display The system needs to reboot to enter the USB Upgrade Mode. Please insert the USB memory stick now, insert the USB key in the USB port next to the floppy drive on the XT server and press ENTER to reboot the server The server will restart and recognize the USB device. The following message appears on the VGA display : ID 0 = HD. OTi #1 : PRI DOS Flash Disk 32MB drive = D:
In this example, D: is the letter drive assigned to the USB key. Type D: followed by [enter] Type install.bat When asked whether you want to overwrite existing files, type a for All. Watch carefully the VGA screen for any error message.
INSTALLATION ON MTPC A2/A3 OR A2/A4
MTPC Boards A2/A3 and A2/A4 allow booting from the USB key to perform standard operations. It is therefore easier to install the software booting from the USB key. See section 2.1 for a complete procedure. If you dont wish to work with a bootable key, you can still use the standard procedure (Upgrade from USB from the EVS menu). See section 2.2 for the complete procedure. Warning : The new MTPCs require a software change to be fully supported by the Multicam. Version 08.04 contains those changes. If you wish to use older versions and do not install them with the bootable USB key, you have to apply a patch. There is one patch zip file per MTPC type :
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Patch multicam versions inf 08.04 for A2-A3 MTPC.zip Patch multicam versions inf 08.04 for A2-A4 MTPC.zip See section 2.2.2 for patch installation.
USING THE BOOTABLE USB KEY
CREATE THE USB KEY
Unzip the file Install USB bootable.zip to a PC desktop running Windows. Insert a blank USB key (the process will format the USB key) into your PC and check the letter drive that it has been assigned. Double-click on the file BUILD USB BOOTABLE KEY.bat Follow the instructions on the screen : o Indicate the drive letter of the USB key (rem : if you make a mistake the procedure would not format an IDE drive) o The key is formatted and install files should have been copied to the USB Key.
BOOT ON THE USB KEY
Insert the USB key in the server before powering on. The system boots and a menu is proposed. You have the choice between : o 1. New System Partition (1 Gb FAT16) o 2. System Format + MS-DOS 6.22 Installation o 3. EVS Multicam 08.03.12 Installation o 4. EVS Multicam 08.04.33 Installation o 5. Copy log files to the USB o 6. Copy keyword files from USB to XT Server o 7. Exit to DOS (Warning USB Key = C: drive !)
NEW SYSTEM PARTITION (1 GB FAT16)
Only use if you wish to reformat completely the IDE drive ! Removes all partitions and creates an empty partition. After that, you need to format the system, reinstall the DOS and install a Multicam application.
SYSTEM FORMAT + MS-DOS
Only use if you wish to formats the C drive or install DOS 6.22. Reformats the C drive and install DOS 6.22. After that, you need to install a Multicam version.
EVS MULTICAM 08.03.12 INSTALLATION
Installs Multicam 08.03.12. If you wish to install specific lines, they must be located on the key in the folder : \Multicam\080312\080312-1\M080312P Otherwise, the application list will be empty of the system was formatted previously.
EVS MULTICAM 08.04.33 INSTALLATION
Installs Multicam 08.04.33. If you wish to install specific lines, they must be located on the key in the folder : \Multicam\080433\080433-1\M080433P Otherwise, the application list will be empty of the system was formatted previously.
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COPY LOG FILES TO THE USB
Copy the log files (logxxxxx.zip) from the XT server onto the USB key in the logs directory. Note: if you have not previously gathered all LOG files into a ZIP, this will not function!
COPY KEYWORD FILES FROM USB TO XT SERVER
Copy keywords files located in the kwd folder of the key onto the XT server.
EXIT TO DOS (WARNING USB KEY = C: DRIVE !)
Exit to DOS. Warning : the USB key is mounted as the C drive. The XT Server is mounted as the D drive.
NOT USING THE BOOTABLE USB KEY
If you received the installation files by email, create a new folder on your USB key where all installation files will be copied. Ideally limit this folder name to 8 characters so that it will appear normally in DOS mode. For example M080433. Copy all installation files to the root of the new installation folder you have created on your USB key. Once complete, the content of the installation folder should be similar to this : \install.bat \080433-1 install.bat M080433.R05 upgrade.bat M080433P\ line*.txt line*.tdf avcfg*.bin avcfg*.bdf file*.dat file*.dft \080433-2 install.bat M080433.R04 \080433-3 install.bat M080433.R03 \080433-4 install.bat M080433.R02 \080433-5 install.bat M080433.R01
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\080433-6 install.bat M080433.R00 \080433-7 Install.bat M080433.exe Enable the USB upgrade mode : Enter the EVS Maintenance Menu and select the Upgrade from USB option When the following message appears on the VGA display The system needs to reboot to enter the USB Upgrade Mode. Please insert the USB memory stick now, insert the USB key in the USB port next to the floppy drive on the XT server and press ENTER to reboot the server The server will restart and recognize the USB device. The following message appears on the VGA display : Error no operating system found press any key (This is normal if your key has no operating system) ID 0 = HD. OTi #1 : PRI DOS Flash Disk 32MB drive = D:
In this example, D: is the letter drive assigned to the USB key. Type D:\ followed by [Enter] Type install.bat When asked whether you want to overwrite existing files, type a for All. Watch carefully the VGA screen for any error message.
MTPC PATCH INSTALLATION
There are two patches, one for each MTPC board. Those patches must only be used if you install a version prior to Multicam 08.04 without using the bootable USB Key. Locate the file you need to use depending on the MTPC board type :
For all Multicam versions 8.03.xx or previous, and MTPC Board Revision A2/A3, use: Patch multicam versions inf 08.04 for A2-A3 MTPC.zip
For all Multicam versions 8.03.xx or previous, and MTPC Board Revision A2/A4, use: Patch multicam versions inf 08.04 for A2-A4 MTPC.zip Unzip the file on the USB key or a floppy disk. Execute the install.bat
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