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General Model Power requirements Operating voltage Power consumption Operating temperature Dimensions (W ! H ! D) DFS-700 (NTSC)/DFS-700P (PAL) AC 100/120 V, 50/60 Hz (DFS-700) AC 220/240 V, 50/60 Hz (DFS-700P) AC 90 to 130 V, 47 to 63 Hz (DFS-700) AC 180 to 260 V, 47 to 63 Hz (DFS-700P) 200 W 0 to 40 C (32 to 104 F) Control panel: 440 ! 121 ! 287 mm 17 1/4 ! 4 3/4 ! 11 1/4 inches Processor unit: 440 ! 132 ! 520 mm 17 1/4 ! 5 1/4 ! 20 1/2 inches Control panel: 3 kg, 6 lb 10 oz Processor unit: 14 kg, 30 lb 14 oz
Processor Unit: Rear Panel
BKDF-701 Digital/Analog Input Board for NTSC/PAL BKDF-702 Analog Composite Input Board for NTSC BKDF-702P Analog Composite Input Board for PAL BKDF-711 2nd Channel DME Board BKDF-712 3D Video Mapping Effects Board BZDF-701 DME-LINK Software BZDF-710 Add-on Effects Software s BKDF-701 With the BKDF-701, the following 8 inputs can be added to the standard 8 inputs of the DFS-700/P, making the total number of inputs 16. During use, any 8 of the 16 inputs can be assigned to the control panel. Input Signals SDI Component BNC type ! Mb/s BNC type ! 4 (Y/R-Y/B-Y) Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Sync negative R-Y/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 (with DFS-700) R-Y/B-Y: 0.525 Vp-p, 75 (with DFS-700P)
Powerful Digital Performance at Your Fingertips!
What happens when you put outstanding digital effects and an advanced digital switcher together in an extremely compact package? You get the Sony DFS-700/P* an ideally proportioned, easy-to-operate switcher incorporating the latest digital multi effects. Offering the precision of full component digital processing, all the creativity of hundreds of preset special effects, and the flexibility of 16:9 or 4:3 operation, the DFS-700/P is your promise of top-flight productivity. Cost-effective yet extremely versatile, Sonys DFS-700/P will open up new horizons in digital television performance.
Weight Input Signals VIDEO INPUTS SDI Component
DSK KEY IN REF VIDEO
BNC type ! Mb/s BNC type ! 4 (Y/R-Y/B-Y) Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Sync negative R-Y/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 (DFS-700) R-Y/B-Y: 0.525 Vp-p, 75 (DFS-700P) BNC type ! 2, Loop-through, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 BNC type ! 2, Loop-through connection Sync: 0.286 Vp-p (DFS-700) Sync: 0.3 Vp-p (DFS-700P) Burst: 0.286 Vp-p (DFS-700) Burst: 0.3 Vp-p (DFS-700P)
Output Signals PGM OUT SDI Component BNC type ! Mb/s BNC type ! 2 (Y/R-Y/B-Y) Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Sync negative R-Y/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 (DFS-700) R-Y/B-Y: 0.525 Vp-p, 75 (DFS-700P) BNC type ! 2 Video: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Sync negative DIN type ! 2 (Y/C) Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Sync negative C: 0.286 Vp-p at burst, 75 (DFS-700) C: 0.3 Vp-p at burst, 75 (DFS-700P) BNC type ! 1 SDI: 270 Mb/s BNC type ! 1, Composite Video: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Sync negative BNC type ! 3 Sync: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 (DFS-700) Sync: 0.3 Vp-p, 75 (DFS-700P) Burst: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 (DFS-700) Burst: 0.3 Vp-p, 75 (DFS-700P) Y: 13.5 MHz R-Y/B-Y: 6.75 MHz Y/R-Y/B-Y: 8 bits DG: Less than 3.5% (composite input) Less than 2% (component, S-Video input) DP: Less than 2.5 (composite input) Less than 1 (component, S-Video input) 0 to 5 MHz +0.5 dB/-1 dB More than 50 dB (composite) More than 55 dB (component, S-Video) Less than 20 ns (component) Less than 50 ns (composite, S-Video) D-sub 9 pin ! 1, RS-422A BNC type ! 2, TTL Level D-sub 25-pin ! 1 D-sub 25-pin ! 1, Relay contact outputs ! 8 USB B-type
s BKDF-702/P With the BKDF-702/P, the following 4 inputs (composite or S-Video) can be added to the standard 8 inputs of the DFS-700/P, making the total number of inputs 12. During use, any 8 of the 12 inputs can be assigned to the control panel. Input Signals Composite S-Video BNC type ! 4 Video: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Sync negative DIN type ! 4 (Y/C) Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , Sync negative C: 0.286 Vp-p at burst, 75 (BKDF-702) C: 0.3 Vp-p at burst, 75 (BKDF-702P)
Endless Imagination & Creativity
CLEAN OUT PREVIEW OUT BLACK BURST OUT
s BKDF-711 The BKDF-711 adds a second Title Key.
Processor unit, Control panel, D-sub 25-pin control cable (10 m), AC cord, Instruction manual
Signal Processing Sampling rate Quantization Linearity (Composite output)
Frequency response S/N Y/C delay Control Signals Editor GPI/T Panel Tally Terminal
Sony Electronics Inc. One Sony Drive Park Ridge, NJ 07656 www.sony.com/professional
2000 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without the written permission of Sony is prohibited. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. All non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. Sony, Betacam, Betacam SX, Digital SPARKLE, DME LINK, Duality and MPEG IMX are trademarks of Sony.
* The DFS-700/P refers to two models: the DFS-700 (NTSC model) and the DFS-700P (PAL model).
Printed in USA 10/00
No need for external A/D converters
Some digital equipment requires expensive and cumbersome external analog-to-digital/digitalto-analog converters. But thats something you never have to worry about with the DFS-700/P Just take out your analog switcher. and drop in the DFS-700/P Its the simple,. easy, cost-effective upgrade that transforms a tired, old analog system into a creative, digital powerhouse.
SPEED is Power
Fast response for more productivity
If youve ever been held back by the rendering and processing time of nonlinear editing systems, youll come to appreciate the performance of the DFS-700/P This is a real-time. system, capable of delivering true 3D, page turns and effects in an instant. So theres no drumming your fingers, no looking at your watch, no running for coffee. Operation is also very easy. The addition of optional boards and software gives you over 800 pre-programmed special effects that you can recall with the numeric keypad. Power-packed yet extremely user-friendly, thats what the DFS-700/P is all about.
The DFS-700/P cross-point buttons offer broadcast-grade feel for extra durability in the most extreme applications. For live operation, the DFS-700/P also offers Preview and Tally outputs.
Spectacular special effects
The DFS-700/P draws on Sonys expertise in high-end nonlinear image processing. This affordable system incorporates the groundbreaking effects and capabilities of Sonys landmark video editing products. Preprogrammed and ready-to-use effects include Fanta Trail and several features from Digital SPARKLE (such as ripple and swirl effects). Add optional boards and software, and you have over 800 effects to choose from.
Three-dimensional special effects can be impressive but they can also be extremely difficult to use. The DFS-700/P makes things easy. The optional 3D Mapping Board delivers 3D effects in a simple, ready-to-use format. Without wasting significant time on programming, you have easy access to 3D effects such as 3D cubes, 3D explosion, 3D vase, and 3D frames. Your productions become more exciting. And most importantly, you become more creative.
The powerful effects of the DFS-700/P are easy to integrate into a high-end DVS switcher system. By installing the optional DME LINK software, DFS-700/P snapshots can be controlled from the DVS-2000C and DVS-7000 Series switchers. As with the Add-on Effects software, this package is easily installed from a PC.
*Only user program DME LINK is supported *An Rx/Tx cross cable is required
Digital signal processing
The world is moving into digital broadcasting. And if youre using the DFS-700/P its a , great start as it will prepare you for any requirement. Digital broadcasting depends on digital component signals which is why the DFS-700/P is built around full digital component processing from input to output at 4:2:2:4 (video and key). In this way, the DFS-700/P delivers the quality youll need for digital television broadcasting, digital satellite, DVD, and a variety of video content creation. The built-in chroma keyer and downstream keyer offer full digital signal processing to satisfy the most demanding production needs.
Wide range of inputs and outputs including SDI
Whether analog or digital, the DFS-700/P accomodates a wide range of signal input/ output requirements. The system comes with eight standard inputs four SDIs* and four analog components. With the optional BKDF701 or BKDF-702/P boards, you can add eight or four inputs, making the total number of inputs 16 or 12 respectively, any eight of which can be freely assigned to the control panel. Four SDIs and four analog components
You can integrate the DFS-700/P into an existing switcher system as a powerful digital effects enhancement. But special effects are only part of the story. The integrated switcher functions of the DFS-700/P include chroma keyer, Y/U/V color correction, down stream keyer, fade-to-black, and frame memory.
The perfect companion for Sony digital VTRs and servers
Maybe youre considering digital production system with DVCAM, Betacam SX, MPEG IMX or Digital Betacam recorders or the Sony MAV-555 server. And whichever format you choose, the DFS-700/P is an ideal complement. With this unit, you get full compatibility with analog machines, plus excellent component digital performance to maintain digital VTR picture quality. Starting with the DFS-700/P is a cost-effective first step. You can then gradually add Sony digital video cameras, VTRs and servers at your own pace to build an all-powerful, all-digital system!
The simplicity of pre-programmed effects
Some special effects systems require complex, tedious programming. Not the DFS-700/P. With pre-programmed effect patterns, anyone can create artistic, impressive, amusing, or stunning visuals. You can concentrate on expressing your creativity and let the DFS-700/P work on the effects. Or if you like, you can execute partial modifications to the preset effect pattern and add your own, personal touch.
are added with the BKDF-701, and four composites (composite or Y/C) are added with the BKDF-702/P The system also includes a com. plete range of outputs: two SDIs, two analog components, two analog composites, and two Y/Cs. This means you can configure the DFS700/P to match existing equipment and anticipate your future needs!
*SDI (Serial Digital Interface): serial component digital signal (270Mb/s)
The DFS-700/P provides an even greater spectrum of effects with the optional Add-on Effects software installed. Nearly 130 additional effects including Crystal Wipe, Multi Pillars and Polygon V-studio are available with this software upgrade option, which is easily loaded from a PC via a single USB connection.
*To use the Add-on Effects software, the 2nd Channel DME board and 3D Video Mapping board must be installed
Ergonomic control panel
From simple switching to complex effects, the ergonomic control panel makes everything easy. The layout is straightforward and streamlined for maximum efficiency. As a result, the DFS-700/P is an excellent tool for EFP and remote live broadcasting, where split-second timing and instant response are absolute necessities.
Ideal for any application Editing interface
The DFS-700/P is also a comprehensive interface with Sony editing controllers. For example, you can use the DFS-700/P with Sony BVE-2000/P and PVE-500/P editors via the serial interface. As a post-production tool, the DFS-700/P is an editors dream. The DFS-700/P is an amazingly powerful integrated switcher with digital multi effects ideally suited for newsrooms, postproduction, field editing, small studios and outside broadcasting systems. Its the single, simple solution for todays demanding digital requirements.
Adding an optional second channel video board will add a professional touch with twochannel special effects, such as push-in, pushout, Duality effect (two-channel picture in picture), combined operations (two-channel intersect) and brick-like effect.
DIGITAL/ANALOG INPUT BOARD
ANALOG COMPOSITE INPUT BOARD
DIGITAL MULTI EFFECTS BOARD
3D VIDEO MAPPING EFFECTS BOARD
Volume 1 1st Edition
Table of Contents
Purpose of this manual.... 5 Related manuals.... 5 Contents.... 5
1. Operating Instructions 2. Service Overview
2-1. Installation.... 2-1 2-1-1. Operating Environment.. 2-1 2-1-2. Power Supply Specifications.. 2-1 2-1-3. Power Supply Cord... 2-1 2-1-4. Installation Space... 2-2 2-1-5. Matching Connector and Cable.. 2-3 2-1-6. Signal Input/Output... 2-4 2-1-7. Rack Mounting... 2-7 2-1-8. Installing Optional Board... 2-9 2-2. Removal of Cabinet... 2-10 2-3. Location of Main Parts... 2-11 2-4. Circuit Description... 2-12 2-4-1. Processor.... 2-12 2-4-2. Control Panel... 2-19 2-5. Replacement of Board... 2-21 2-5-1. Replacement of Plug-in Board.. 2-21 2-5-2. Replacement of Board.. 2-21 2-6. Replacement of Switching Regulator... 2-22 2-7. Replacement of DC Fan... 2-23 2-8. Replacement of Main Parts on Control Panel.. 2-23 2-8-1. Replacement of Fader Assembly.. 2-23 2-8-2. Replacement of Rotary Encoder... 2-24 2-8-3. Replacement of Joystick... 2-25 2-8-4. Replacement of Vacuum Fluorescent Display.. 2-25 2-9. Fuse/IC Link Replacement.. 2-26 2-10. Switch, Indicators, and Volume Controls on Board.. 2-27 2-10-1. Control Panel... 2-27 2-10-2. Processor.... 2-28 2-11. Error Indication.... 2-41 2-12. Periodic Inspection... 2-42 2-12-1. Periodic Replacement Parts.. 2-42 2-12-2. Filter Cleaning... 2-42
2-13. Fixtures/Measuring Instruments... 2-42 2-13-1. Fixtures... 2-42 2-13-2. How to Use Extension Board... 2-43 2-13-3. Measuring Instruments... 2-43
3-1. Confirmation of Version.... 3-2 3-1-1. Execution... 3-2 3-1-2. Viewing the Version... 3-3 Check Mode... 3-3 3-2-1. Activation and Termination.. 3-3 3-2-2. Basic Operation... 3-4 3-2-3. Checking... 3-5 Troubleshooting... 3-9
4. Electrical Alignment
4-1. 4-2. 4-3. Adjustment Sequence.... 4-1 Preparation for Adjustment... 4-4 OPM-39/39P Board Adjustment... 4-5 4-3-1. +5 V DC Voltage Adjustment... 4-5 4-3-2. +3.3 V DC Voltage Adjustment.. 4-5 4-3-3. SDI VCO Free-running Frequency Adjustment. 4-6 4-3-4. PGM OUT Component Y Gain Adjustment.. 4-7 4-3-5. PGM OUT Component R-Y Gain Adjustment. 4-8 4-3-6. PGM OUT Component B-Y Gain Adjustment. 4-9 4-3-7. PGM OUT Component Y/C Delay Adjustment.. 4-10 4-3-8. Composite SC Leak Balance Adjustment.. 4-11 4-3-9. Composite Y Gain Adjustment.. 4-12 4-3-10. Composite Modulation AXIS Adjustment. 4-13 4-3-11. Composite Y/C Delay Adjustment.. 4-15 4-3-12. Composite C Gain Adjustment.. 4-16 4-3-13. Composite Burst Balance Adjustment (For PAL only). 4-18 4-3-14. Composite Burst Level Adjustment... 4-19 4-3-15. S VIDEO Y Gain Adjustment.. 4-20 4-3-16. S VIDEO C Gain Adjustment.. 4-21 4-3-17. Black Burst OUT SC Leak Balance Adjustment. 4-22 4-3-18. Black Burst OUT Burst Balance Adjustment (For PAL only)... 4-23 4-3-19. Black Burst OUT SC Phase Adjustment.. 4-24 4-3-20. Black Burst OUT SYNC Level Adjustment.. 4-26 4-3-21. Black Burst OUT Burst Level Adjustment.. 4-27 4-3-22. INT SC Frequency Adjustment.. 4-28 4-3-23. INT SCH Phase Adjustment.. 4-29
4-3-24. INT Black Burst OUT SCH Phase Adjustment.. 4-31 4-3-25. Preread ON PGM OUT SCH Phase Adjustment (For PAL only)... 4-33 4-3-26. Preread ON PGM OUT Burst Start Adjustment (For PAL only)... 4-34 4-3-27. GEN Lock H Phase Adjustment... 4-35 4-3-28. GEN Lock SC Phase Adjustment.. 4-36 4-3-29. PVW OUT Video Gain Adjustment.. 4-38 4-3-30. DSK EXT Key Clamp Level Adjustment.. 4-39 4-3-31. DSK EXT Key Gain Adjustment.. 4-40 IPM-96/96P Board Adjustment... 4-41 4-4-1. SDI VCO Free-running Frequency Adjustment.. 4-41 4-4-2. Component Y Level Adjustment.. 4-42 4-4-3. Component Chroma Level Adjustment.. 4-43 4-4-4. Input Y/C Delay Adjustment... 4-45 4-4-5. Video Input Phase Adjustment.. 4-46 4-4-6. RGB Converted Y Level Adjustment.. 4-47 4-4-7. RGB Converted Chroma Level Adjustment.. 4-48 VIF-19/19P Board Adjustment... 4-50 4-5-1. Composite Y Level Adjustment.. 4-50 4-5-2. S VIDEO Clamp DC Level Adjustment.. 4-52 4-5-3. SYNC Separate Adjustment... 4-54 4-5-4. H Lock Loop Adjustment.. 4-55 4-5-5. Burst Delay Adjustment... 4-57 4-5-6. Composite Input Y Gain Adjustment.. 4-59 4-5-7. Composite Input Chroma Level Adjustment.. 4-61 4-5-8. S VIDEO Input Gain Adjustment.. 4-63 4-5-9. Composite Input Y/C Delay Adjustment.. 4-65 4-5-10. S VIDEO Input Y/C Delay Adjustment.. 4-69 4-5-11. Video Input Phase Adjustment.. 4-73 VIF-20/20P Board Adjustment... 4-74 4-6-1. SDI VCO Free-running Frequency Adjustment.. 4-74 4-6-2. Component Y Level Adjustment.. 4-75 4-6-3. Component Chroma Level Adjustment.. 4-76 4-6-4. Input Y/C Delay Adjustment... 4-78 4-6-5. Video Input Phase Adjustment.. 4-79 Adjusting the Power Supply Voltage... 4-80
Purpose of this manual
This manual is the service manual Vol.1 of the DME Switcher DFS-700/700P and their optional boards. The service manuals (Vol.1 and Vol.2) are intended for use by trained system and service engineers, and describes the information on installing, maintenance, and detailed service. This manual (Vol.1) describes the operating instructions, service overviews, diagnosis, and electrical alignment.
Besides this Service Manual Vol.1, the following manuals are available for the DFS-700/700P. Service Manual Vol.2 Part No. 9-967-898-01 (for J, UC, CE) Contains the spare parts, semiconductor pin assingments, block diagrams, schematic diagrams, and board layouts. Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM (available on request) This Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM allows you to search for semiconductors used in Communication System Solutions Network Company equipment. Semiconductors that cannot be searched for on this CD-ROM are listed in the service manual for the corresponding unit. The service manual contains a complete list of all semiconductors and their ID Nos., and thus should be used together with the CD-ROM. Part number: 9-968-546-XX
This manual is organized by following sections. Section 1 Operating Instructions This section describes the Operation Manual supplied with the DFS-700/700P. Section 2 Service Overview This section explains the information that is required for installing (the operating conditions, power supply and power cords, installaion of the optional board, rack mounting, adaptive connectors), outline of the board circuit, replacement of the parts, switch setting on the board, error indication, and tools and adjustment equipment. Section 3 Self-diagnosis This section explains the activation (termination) of the check mode in this unit, the basic operation, and the check method. Section 4 Electrical Alignment This section explains the adjustment of the OPM-39, IPM-69, VIF-19, and VIF-20 boards.
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
Section 1 Operating Instructions
This section is extracted from operation manual.
2000 Sony Corporation
The model and serial numbers are located in the rear. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. Serial No. For customers in the USA (DFS-700 only) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. The shielded interface cable recommended in this manual must be used with this equipment in order to comply with the limits for a digital device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules. Caution Television prograrms, films, video tapes and other materials may be copyrighted. Unauthorized recording of such material may be contrary to the provisions of the copyright laws. For the customers in Europe (DFS-700P only) This product with the CE marking complies with both the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European Community. Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European standards: EN60950: Product Safety EN55103-1: Electromagnetic Interference (Emission) EN55103-2: Electromagnetic Susceptibility (Immunity) This product is intended for use in the following Electromagnetic Environment(s): E1 (residential), E2 (commercial and light industrial), E3 (urban outdoors) and E4 (controlled EMC environment, ex. TV studio).
Chapter 2 Location and Function of Parts and Controls
1 Delegation section
2 Primary cross-point bus section
3 Frame memory buttons 1 BACKGROUND bus buttons 1 Delegation buttons
CCR TITLE 1 TITLE 2 SOURCE SOURCE DSK FILL SUPER BG FRGD 2 MEMORY FRAME FREEZ
2 AUXILIARY buttons
2 FOREGROUND bus buttons
1 Delegation buttons Use these buttons to delegate the input signal corresponding to the selected AUXILIARY button to the corresponding function. Pressing one of these buttons lights it, and the corresponding AUXILIARY button also lights. Any other previously lit delegation button goes off. CCR (color corrector) button: Signal for color correction TITLE 1 SOURCE button: Title 1 source signal for inserting characters and graphics using a title key TITLE 2 SOURCE button: Title 2 source signal for inserting characters and graphics using a title key (only available when the optional BKDF-711 2nd Channel DME Board is installed) DSK (downstream keyer) FILL button: Fill signal for the downstream keyer SUPER BG (background) button: Background image for 3D effects FRGD (foreground) 2 button: One of the foreground images for 3D effects MEMORY button: Signal captured in frame memory
2 AUXILIARY buttons Select the input signal to be assigned to the function selected with a delegation button. Select from the following buttons. BLACK button: Black burst signal generated by the internal synchronizing signal generator in this unit Buttons 1 to 8: Signals input to the VIDEO INPUT 1 to 8 connectors on the rear panel of the processor unit. You can set the assignment of buttons to input connectors in the setup menu. MEMORY button: Signal recorded in frame memory INT (internal) VIDEO button: Signal generated by the internal video signal generator 3 Frame memory buttons FREEZ button: To capture the input signal selected by the MEMORY button in the delegation buttons (excluding the frame memory output signal) as a freeze image in frame memory, press this button, turning it on. Press once more to end the freeze, turning it off. FRAME button: Select whether to capture a frame or a field with the FREEZ button. Press this button, turning it on, to freeze a frame; when the button is off a field is captured. When capturing fields, you can select in the setup menu whether to capture an odd or an even field.
1 BACKGROUND bus buttons Select the image to form the background for an effect. Select from the following buttons. BLACK button: Select the black burst signal generated by the internal synchronizing signal generator in this unit. Buttons 1 to 8: Signals input to the VIDEO INPUT 1 to 8 connectors on the rear panel of the processor unit. Press a button, turning it on, to select the corresponding signal. You can set the assignment of buttons to input connectors in the setup menu. MEMORY button: Select the signal recorded in frame memory. INT (internal) VIDEO button: Select the internal video signal selected by pressing the MATTES button in the menu control section. If you hold down this button and press the DOWN and UP buttons in the pattern/numeric keypad, the selected video signal pattern changes. When the signal on the background bus is output from the PGM OUT connector on the rear panel of the processor unit, the button which has been pressed lights red.
2 FADE TO BLACK button
1 TITLE section The title key function allows you to superimpose characters or graphics by cutting out part of the foreground video with a key source signal, and applying the effect to the background video. There are two ways of using the key source signal: as a luminance key depending only on image intensity, or as a chroma key, based on a particular color. Using the buttons in columns 1 and 2 of the TITLE section, you can insert two title keys (TITLE 2 requires the optional BKDF-711 board to be installed). To insert a title key, press the TITLE button in the effect transition section. The TITLE 1 and TITLE 2 buttons include the following. CRK (chroma key) button: Press this to use a chroma key to cut out the image. When pressed, this button lights, and portions of the foreground image of the designated color are cut out as the key source signal. When this button is lit, the LUM button is off. You can carry out chroma keying simply, using the auto chroma key function. LUM (luminance) button: Press this to use a luminance key to cut out the image. When pressed, this button lights, and portions of the foreground image are cut out based on the luminance level. When this button is lit, the CRK button is off.
3 DSK button
MASK button: Press this button to mask off a part of the key source signal. When you press this button, it lights, and the system is now in mask mode, and you can select a rectangular mask in the effect control section. Normally, the area outside the mask rectangle is the area which is masked. To invert the mask, so that the area inside the rectangle is masked, set INVERT (F5) to ON in the effect control section. Press the button once more to turn it off and end mask mode.
2 DSK (downstream keyer) section Using a downstream key, you can add characters or graphics to an image to which an effect has already been applied. Unlike a title key, you can add this to an image with a foreground and background superimposed. To insert a downstream key, press the DSK button in the fade-to-black and DSK section. LUM (luminance) button: Press this to display a menu in the effect control section for adding a key based on the luminance level of an input signal. In the effect control section you can select the input signal to the DSK KEY IN connector on the rear panel or the input signal selected by the DSK FILL button in the delegation section as the key source signal. BORDER button: Press this button to apply a border to the characters and graphics inserted as a downstream key. When you press this button, it lights, and you can adjust the border settings in the effect control section. Press the button once more to turn it off, and remove the border. MASK button: Press this button to mask unwanted parts of the characters and graphics inserted as a downstream key. When you press this button, it lights, and the system is now in mask mode, and you can select a rectangular mask in the effect control section. Normally, the area outside the mask rectangle is the area which is masked. To invert the mask, so that the area inside the rectangle is masked, set INVERT (F5) to ON in the effect control section. Press the button once more to turn it off and end mask mode.
Pattern number: 2100 Effect type: page turn Motion type: transition
These effects include effects such as ripples, under names such as lens, burst, explosion, swirl, and rings.
The foreground image appears as though progressively covering the background image.
Ripple Lens Swirl
Pattern number: 2200 Effect type: sphere Motion type: transition Explosion
Chapter 3 Basic Operation Chapter 3 Basic Operation
The foreground image appears in a ball shape in the upper right. It bounces on the bottom of the screen, then when it reaches the top, turns into a plane and fills the screen, covering the background image.
Two-channel DME effects
P IN P RST
Pattern number: 1100 Effect type: picture-in-picture Motion type: animation
These effects combine two foreground images with the background image. They include two-channel picture-in-picture, two-picture intersect, twopicture brick, two-channel page turn, and so on.
The foreground image appears in the center as a rectangle, of the same aspect ratio as the screen, and grows larger until it covers the background image.
Pattern number: 2260 Effect type: ripple Motion type: transition
To use two-channel DME effects requires the optional BKDF-711 2nd Channel DME Board.
The foreground image appears as from within the ripples, finally covering the whole screen with no movement.
3D mapping effects
These effects use nonlinear image processing techniques. They include 3D page turn, 3D beveled edge, and so on.
Selection in Direct Pattern Selection Mode
In the direct pattern selection mode, pressing any button (other than INS, DEL, UP, DOWN, or ENTER) in the pattern/numeric keypad directly selects an effect pattern.
For details of the effects assigned by factory default to the buttons in the pattern/ numeric keypad, see the previous section Example Effects (page 3-18).
3D wave 3D page turn 3D beveled edge
To select an effect pattern in the direct pattern selection mode, use the following procedure.
Three-picture cube Multi-cube 3D cylinder
Auto chroma keying
To combine the background image and foreground image by auto chroma keying, use the following procedure.
Composite image formed by chroma keying (program output)
Select the background image with the BACKGROUND bus buttons. The selected background image appears on the program monitor.
In this system, you can use either of the following methods to carry out chroma keying. Auto chroma keying You point the cursor at part of the background, thus specifying the keying color. This is the quick and easy way to make a composite image. Manual chroma keying You specify the keying color by manual adjustment. This allows you finer control than with auto chroma keying. By starting with auto chroma keying, then using manual chroma key adjustments as required, you can get the optimum composite image efficiently. Two-channel chroma keying With the optional BKDF-711 2nd Channel DME Board installed, you can use a second chroma key channel. To use two chroma key channels, set both title 1 and title 2 in the TITLE section of the menu control section. To select the foreground image used for the second chroma key channel, press the FRGD 2 button in the delegation section, turning it on, then with one of the AUXILIARY buttons select the desired video signal. To use a normal effect for a title key In this case, use one of the buttons in column 1 of the TITLE section to recall the title 1 setting menu (T1LUM, T1CRK, or T1MSK), and make the settings.
Select the foreground image with the FOREGROUND bus buttons. If a preview monitor is connected, the selected foreground image appears in the preview monitor.
Depending on the effect pattern, it may not be possible to use chroma keying. If such a pattern is selected, the TITLE button does not light. Check the TITLE column of the table in the section Effect Pattern Variant Forms and Decorations (page A-22), and select a pattern for which this shows a check mark (). When the TITLE button lights, the N/R button also automatically lights, indicating that the system is in N/R (normal/reverse) mode. While the TITLE button is lit, it is not possible to switch out of N/R mode.
In the TITLE section of the menu control section, press the CRK button, turning it on. In the menu display page 1 of the chroma key menu appears. The following example appears when the CRK button in column 1 is lit.
T1CRK 1/3 PAGE Clip 0-100 F1 Gain 0-100 F2 Hue 0-99 F3 Angle 0-100 F4 F5 AUTO
Making fine adjustments to the composite image Following the manual chroma key procedure (see next page), adjust the hue, clip, and gain for the specified chroma key color. You can also adjust the luminance of the part cut out by the chroma key. To switch between the composite image and the background image Press the CUT button. This toggles between the composite image and the background image. To fill the inserted text or image with a color matte (using a color matte as key fill) You can use the same color as a border or the same color as an effect. To use the same color as a border, in the chroma key menu (T1CRK), press the F4(FILL) button to select BDRMAT. To use the same color as an effect, in the chroma key menu (T1CRK), press the F4(FILL) button to select EFFMAT.
Player VCR A FROM source signal (background video) Recorder VCR
VIDEO INPUT VIDEO INPUT
On the PVE-500 Using the setup menu, make the following settings.
For more information about using the setup menu, refer to the PVE-500 Operating Instructions.
TO source (foreground video) signal Player VCR B
Control signals DFS-700/700P Control signals
Set the switcher type (menu item SEtUP-20) to 500. (The factory default setting is 500.) If you want to use the automatic snapshot function, set snapshot control (menu item SEtUP-21) to On. (The factory default setting is OFF.)
Control signals PVE-500
To perform a cut edit by controlling the DFS-700/700P from the PVE-500, use the following procedure. For this operation, refer also to the PVE-500 Operating Instructions.
To improve editing accuracy, supply a reference sync signal to the PVE-500 and VCRs from the BLACK BURST OUT connectors on the DFS-700/700P.
Signal flow in A/B roll editing
Press the A/B button on the PVE-500 turning it off. Select the player VCR as the FROM source. Set the IN and OUT points for the FROM source and recorder, in any order. Conduct a preview as required, and execute the edit.
Control From the BVE-600
You can combine the DFS-700/700P with a BVE-600 Editing Control Unit to carry out A/B roll editing using two players and one recorder. The BVE-600 controls the DFS-700/700P using the GPI trigger signals T1 and T2.
To perform A/B roll editing by controlling the DFS-700/700P from the PVE-500, use the following procedure. Read this in conjunction with the PVE-500 Operating Instructions.
On the PVE-500, press the A/B button, turning it on. On the PVE-500, select the FROM source and TO source. The FROM source corresponds to the background on the DFS-700/ 700P, and the TO source corresponds to the foreground. Set the IN and OUT points for the FROM source, the TO source, and the recorder, in any order.
You cannot use the built-in switcher of the BVE-600 (BKE-611/612/621/ 622) when you are using the DFS-700/700P. For details of preread editing, see the section Preread Editing (page 514).
Make the following preparations to control the DFS-700/700P from the BVE-600. For details of operation, refer to the BVE-600 Operating Instructions. On the DFS-700/700P In page 1 of the setup menu, set F3(PORTS) to BVE-600. Press the EDITOR button on the control panel, turning it on. (This button is lit when the DFS-700/700P is powered on.) On the recorder VCR Set the recorder VCR so that it enters PB (playback) mode when stopped. (If the VCR has a selector for PB or PB/EE, set it to PB.) If the VCR has a built-in TBC, set the VCR to DELAYED SYNC mode. On the BVE-600 On the rear panel, set S502 DIP switch 3 and S503 DIP switch 2 to the lower position (OFF), and power the BVE-600 on again. When the unit is shipped from the factory, all DIP switches are set to the upper position (ON).
You can combine the DFS-700/700P with a BVE-900/910 or BVE-2000 Series Editing Control Unit to carry out A/B roll editing using two players and one recorder.
For details of preread editing, see the section Preread Editing (page 5-14).
You can use signals from the GPI output connector on the BVE-900/910/ 2000 to turn the DFS-700/700P downstream key function on and off. Input the GPI signals to the T2 connector on the rear panel of the DFS-700/ 700P. (The BVE-2000 can also use 9-pin serial control signals to turn the downstream key on and off and to set the transition duration.)
Connectable editing control units
To control the DFS-700/700P, the BVE-900/910/2000 and optional BKE913 board (for BVE-900/910) must have the following ROM versions or higher. BVE-900 Ver. 1.11 or later BVE-900 with BKE-900K Ver. 2.01 or later BVE-910 Ver. 1.02 or later BKE-913 Ver. 1.06 or later BVE-2000 Ver. 1.10 or later
Make the following preparations to control the DFS-700/700P from the BVE-900/2000-series editor.
For details about operation, refer to the Operating Instructions or Users Guide supplied with the editor.
Control using editor control signals
You can control the following DFS-700/700P functions using 9-pin serial control signals from the BVE-900/910/2000. Input these signals to the EDITOR connector on the rear panel of the DFS-700/700P. The functions marked with an asterisk below can only be controlled from the BKE-900 after installation of the optional BKE-900K board.) Background image (FROM source) and foreground image (TO source) selection Pattern number selection Transition direction (normal or reverse) selection Transition duration selection Automatic transition execution Downstream key on and off Snapshot saving and recall* Saving and loading DFS-700/700P data (snapshots and user program effects)*
On the DFS-700/700P In page 1 of the setup menu, set F3(PORTS) to PVE-500. To accept 9-pin serial control signals, press the EDITOR button on the control panel, turning it on. To accept GPI signals, press the GPI button, turning it on. (When the DFS-700/700P is powered on, it accepts either 9-pin serial control signals or GPI signals.) To improve editing accuracy, supply a reference sync signal to the VCRs and editing control unit from the BLACK BURST OUT connectors on the DFS-700/700P. On the recorder VCR Set the recorder VCR so that it enters PB (playback) mode when stopped. (If the VCR has a selector for PB or PB/EE, set it to PB.) On the BKE-900/910 Set the PVW (preview) mode to EE. BVE-900 with no BKE-900K installed: In SYSTEM SETUP mode, set BYTE-1 of the MAIN BLOCK INTERFACE parameters to hexadecimal 01 (EE). BVE-910, or BVE-900 with BKE-900K installed: In SYSTEM SETUP mode, set PVW MODE under SWER CONFIGURATION to EE. On the BVE-2000 In SYSTEM SETUP mode, set PVW MODE under SWER CONFIGURATION to EE. In SYSTEM SETUP mode, set SWER TYPE under SWER CONFIGURATION to DFS. However, for versions 2.24 and later of the BVE-2000, select DFS-700/ 700P.
Effects cannot be executed if there is no interval between transitions, as shown below in figure (a). Be sure to leave an interval of at least two frames or more between transitions, as shown in figure (b).
IN OUT IN OUT
To display the background image during or after a transition, press an appropriate BACKGROUND bus button on the DFS-700/700P. Because the DFS-700/700P has a built-in frame synchronizer, output of player VCR edit points set on the editing control unit is delayed by 1 frame, so that recording begins with the previous frame. However, recorder edit points are not delayed. For example, if the IN point of the player VCR is set to 00:00:10:15, recording begins from 00:00:10:14.
At least two frames (b)
Minimum interval between transitions
The flow of signals in A/B roll editing is as follows.
Timing of the GPI signal
The timing of the GPI signal from the editing control unit is as follows.
VCRs start IN point
Effect start point
Player A Player B Recorder GPI signal
DFS-700/700P PGM OUT
Background bus video
PGM OUT signal Preroll GPI signals
Background bus image
Foreground bus image Postroll
Execution of effect (transition) A-roll period B-roll period
Control signal Control signal Control signal Timing of GPI signal in A/B roll editing Editing control unit
To improve editing accuracy, supply a reference sync signal to the editing control unit and the VCRs from the BLACK BURST OUT connectors on the DFS-700/700P.
Turning a Downstream Key On and Off
If in page 1 of the setup menu you have set F3(PORTS) to PVE-500 or GPI then you can turn a downstream key on and off using a GPI signal input to the T2 connector on the DFS-700/700P. As shown below, the downstream key is turned alternately on and off at the falling edge of the GPI signal.
GPI signal 3 frames DSK ON 3 frames DSK OFF
Turning a downstream key on and off GPI signal timing
Notes on preread editing
A BVE-2000 Ver. 2.24 or later is recommended as the editor. In this case, set PREVIEW MODE to FULL, and use a monitor connected to the DFS-700 PROGRAM OUT. If using a BVE-2000 earlier than Ver. 2.24 or another editor, previewing is not possible. It is not possible to set the DFS-700 preread mode from the editor. It must be set manually. For an editor other than the BVE-2000, it is not possible to set the preread mode for the VTR. It must be set manually. During preread editing, the effect patterns which can be used are restricted to those for which a title can be used automatically. During normal editing the video output is delayed by one frame, but during preread editing, the video selected on the background bus only is delayed by 4H. When carrying out R to P or P to R editing make sure that the background bus signal is available to the R. To obtain the DFS-700/700P program output, use digital PGM OUT or analog component PGM OUT connectors on the DFS-700/700P processor unit.
REMOTE VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN BLACK BURST OUT 1 REMOTE AUDIO IN
Button F1 F2
Setting SCREEN PRE RD
Meaning Set screen aspect ratio. Toggle preread editing on/off. When this is on, a P appears at the beginning of line two of the menu display. Select type of editor connected to EDITOR connector. (See table below.) Toggle rear panel tally output signal on/ off. Assignment of numbers to rear panel COMPONENT connectors 5/1 to 8/4
Values (First value is factory default.) 4:3/16:9 OFF/ON
PGM OUT 3 3
PVE-500/BVE-600/GPI (Select PVE500 when a BVE-2000 is connected.) OFF/ON
REF VIDEO IN AUDIO LINE OUT REMOTE VIDEO OUT VTR VTR VTR
Player VCR B BVE-2000 Editing Control Unit
TALLY CpnIN (Only appears when optional BKDF-702/702P is installed.)
VIDEO SW ER
IN1-4 r: assign 1 1-4/5-8 to 4. To confirm displayed assignment, press IN5-8 r: assign 5 F3(OK); to cancel press F5(CANCEL). to 8.
F3(PORTS) setting and control
REF IN 4 EDITOR
Valid control for each connector EDITOR connector GPI/T 1 Auto transitions
GPI/T 2 DSK transitions DSK transitions
SRP-L300 Delay Unit
PVE-500 DVS control BVE-600 GPI
Video and audio signals Control signals Black burst signal (reference synchronizing signal)
SRP-V200R Audio Mixer
Cables used 1 These depend on the type of VCR being connected. Check with the instructions supplied with the VCR. 2 XLR (3-way) cables 3 RCC/5G/10G/30G 9-pin remote control cables 4 RCC11A audio mixer control cable A/B roll editing system connections (2) using the BVE-2000
System Information Display (page 2/8)
Button F1 Setting INFO Meaning Display options installed. CONFIG r Values BKDF-701/711/712 (Appears as *** when not installed.) To return, press F5(EXIT r). DFS-700/700P :x.xx BKDF-712: x.xx DATA: x.xx Panel: x.xx (Appears as ---- when not installed.) To return, press F5(EXIT r). FACTRY (factory default)/USER (user settings) Press F3(OK) to confirm install; press F5(CANCEL) to cancel.
Primary inputs and signal formats
SDI: serial digital signals Component: analog component signals Composite: analog composite signals
Input number With standard equipment 1 SDI 2 SDI 3 SDI 4 SDI
YC: analog YC signals RGB: analog RGB signals (G signal with sync)
Display software version.
Component Component Component Component RGB
With BKDF-701 SDI installed Component With BKDF-702/ SDI 702P installed Component (mode 1) a) With BKDF-702/ SDI 702P installed (mode 2) b)
SDI SDI SDI SDI SDI SDI SDI Component Component Component Component Component Component Component RGB SDI SDI SDI Composite Component Component Component YC RGB SDI SDI SDI Component Composite YC Composite YC Composite YC Composite YC
PW ON INSTL
Select setup mode at power on. Install new software. r
Input Video Setup (page 3/8)
Button F1 F2 Setting In No. TYPE Meaning Select input to set. Select input signal format. Values (First value is factory default.) 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/DSK SDI/YUV/Cps/YC/RGB/*** (Only types which can be set appear. See the table on the next page. When F1(In No.) is set to DSK, appears as ***.) 0H/0.5H/1H/*** This setting is not possible when TYPE is Cps or YC.
Component Component Component Composite Composite RGB YC Composite YC YC
a) Setup menu item CpnIN set to IN 1-4 b) Setup menu item CpnIN set to IN 5-8
Output Video Setup (page 4/8)
Button F1 F2 Setting CLEAN CLIP Meaning Select output video from CLEAN OUT connector. Toggle white clip and dark clip on/ off. Only valid for SDI output signals, and the SDI standard white and dark values are applied. Toggle safe title indication on preview video using CLEAN OUT connector on/off. When on, the safe title indication shows approximately 85% of the whole image area. Values (First value is factory default.) CLEAN/KEYOUT/PVW (See page 2-15.) OFF/ON
TBC Center setting for the input signal The output signal is output in the correct phase if the phase relationship of the center value with respect to the reference synchronizing signal is in the range 0.3H. Video phase adjustment of input signal
When SDI, YUV, Cps, YC, or RGB is selected, this can be adjusted from 24 to +24 in steps of 2. When DSK is selected, this can be adjusted from 30 to +31 in steps of 1. 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/*** (When F1(In No.) is set to DSK, appears as ***.) To assign a signal, hold down the function key, and press a cross-point button on the background bus.
Cross-point button assignment to input signals
This item appears when F1(CLEAN) is set to PVW. Select the field output when the ODD/EVEN internal frame memory is set to field freeze mode.
Control Panel Setup (page 5/8)
Button F1 Setting BEEPER Meaning Toggle beeper on/off. Values (First value is factory default.) ON/OFF ON: Beeper sounds if the fan stops, there is a power supply error, an operation error or a key pad operation. OFF: Beeper only sounds if the fan stops or there is a power supply error. LOW/HIGH OFF/ON
Brightness of control panel fluorescent indicators Toggle screen saver on/off. When on, the screen saver operates when there is no button operation for ten minutes. Enable/disable FADE TO BLACK function. Setting DISABL makes the function not available.
Effect control parameters (continued) Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters No. 2521 2ch picture-in-picture (slide) F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100)
F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/ BOTTOM/BTM-R/BTM-L/TOP-L/TOP-R) F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/ BOTTOM/BTM-R/BTM-L/TOP-L/TOP-R) 2ch picture-in-picture F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100) F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/ BOTTOM/BTM-R/BTM-L/TOP-L/TOP-R) F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/ BOTTOM/BTM-R/BTM-L/TOP-L/TOP-R) 2ch picture-in-picture (compressed, expanded) F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100) F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/ BOTTOM/HORZ/VERT) F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/ BOTTOM/HORZ/VERT) 2525 2ch picture-in-picture F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100) F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/ BOTTOM) F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHDIR = LEFT/RIGHT/TOP/ BOTTOM) F4: Direction of effect (CH1) (1chAng = 100 to +100) F5: Direction of effect (CH2) (2chAng = 100 to +100) 2526 2ch picture-in-picture F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100) F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHROT = TOP-L1/ TOP-L2/ TOP-R1 /TOP-R2/BTM-R1/ BTM-R2/BTM-L1/ BTM-L2) F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHROT = TOP-L1/ TOP-L2/ TOP-R1 /TOP-R2/BTM-R1/ BTM-R2/BTM-L1/ BTM-L2) 2527 2ch picture-in-picture F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100) F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (1CHROT = TOP1/ TOP2/ BTM1/ BTM2/LEFT1/LEFT2/RIGHT1/RIGHT2) F3: Direction of picture movement (CH2) (2CHROT = TOP1/ TOP2/ BTM1/ BTM2/LEFT1/LEFT2/RIGHT1/RIGHT2) 2ch picture-in-picture F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100) F2: Direction of picture movement (CH1) (ROTDIR = PLUS/MINUS) F3: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100) 2532 2ch picture-in-picture F1: Delay between channels (Delay = 0 to 100) F2: Speed of rotation (Rot = 100 to +100)
Effect control parameters (continued) Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters No. 2533 2534
Effect control parameters (continued) Pattern Effect type and adjustable parameters No. 3D page turn F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 99) F2: Change in turn direction (Curve = 100 to +100) F3: Radius of turn (Radius = 0 to 100) F4: Adjustment of effect end position (EndAdj= 100 to +100) F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = 100 to +100) F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = 100 to +100) F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = 100 to +100) F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100) F10: Delay before start of turn (Delay = 100 to +100) X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern 3D page turn F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 99) F2: Change in turn direction (Curve = 100 to +100) F3: Radius of turn (Radius = 0 to 100) F4: Adjustment of effect end position (EndAdj= 100 to +100) F5: Type of division (TYPE = HORZ1/HORZ2/VERT1/VERT2) F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = 100 to +100) F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = 100 to +100) F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = 100 to +100) F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100) F10: Delay before start of turn (Delay = 100 to +100) X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern 3D page turn F1: Direction of turn (Angle = 0 to 99) F2: Spread in turn direction (Spread = 100 to +100) F3: Radius of turn (Radius = 0 to 100) F4: Adjustment of effect end position (EndAdj= 100 to +100) F5: Type of division (TYPE = HORZ/VERT) F6: Amount of X-axis rotation (Rot_X = 100 to +100) F7: Amount of Y-axis rotation (Rot_Y = 100 to +100) F8: Amount of Z-axis rotation (Rot_Z = 100 to +100) F9: Perspective (Pers = 0 to 100) F10: Delay before start of turn (Delay = 100 to +100) X/Y/Z: Location, enlargement, and reduction of the pattern
LIGHTING SP LN PL TR
OPTION DS 711 Pattern No. and to and and and 2352 and and and to to to to and to to to to 2501 to to 2521 to and and and 2533 and to to to to to and 2691 and to to to to 2752 TITLE BD
EDGE SF BV L
CROP R T B
LIGHTING SP LN PL TR
OPTION DS 6 5
2870 to and to to to to 9309
a) Direction of the effect when executed in normal direction
Abbreviations in the illustrated patterns FG: Foreground picture BG: Backgrond picture T: Transition type A: Animation type
EDGE Pattern No. 2800 to to to to to to and 2861
Effect Pattern Image List
LIGHTING SP LN PL TR TRAIL DB OPTION DS 711 5
CROP BV L R T B
LOCATE XY Z
This section illustrates the effect patterns of the DFS-700/700P.
How to read the patterns
Direction of the effect a)
Left and right mirror pictures
Upper and lower mirror pictures
Matrix wipe (continued)
Y & C modify
FG FG BG
(DISSOLVE) Y&C MASK
(DISSOLVE) Y MASK
(DISSOLVE) C MASK
Sill mirror Freeze, Strobe, Cinema
P in P
P in P (auto centering)
3D P in P (fade)
3D P in P
SKEW P in P (fade)
SKEW P in P
P in P (fade)
ZOOM UP (auto centering)
GF FG GF FG
FG GF GF FG FG GF GF FG
FG GF FG GF
BG GF FG
BG FG GF
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