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03D VEK Startup Guide
- Video Edit Suite Software After you install the software, turn the power to the 03D off and then on, and press the [UTILITY] button.
Under the HOST INTERFACE parameter, select the EDITOR switch that has been added to the regular software version to enable the TO EDITOR port on the rear panel.
When you select the EDITOR switch, all automix data will be lost. If you wish to back up data, cancel this operation. If you do not need to keep the automix data, move the cursor to the OK switch and press the [ENTER] button. ROLL LIB. or TO EDITOR SETUP MEMORY will utilize the area where the automix data was stored.
Set the TO EDITOR parameter to ENABLE so that the 03D will be controlled by ESAMII commands.
- Video Edit Suite Software The FRAME TYPE parameter is used to calculate the transition time. The PARITY FLAG parameter is used for transmitting and receiving ESAMII commands. Make sure that this setting is the same as that on the editor. Otherwise, the 03D will not respond to the commands. The User Define page contains a set of convenient functions that can be used when you control the 03D. If you assign these functions to the User Define keys, you will be able to set the functions without recalling the corresponding screens. Setting up a system that includes two playback VTRs and one recording VTR. Input audio signals from the playback VTR1 to channels 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the 03D.
Input audio signals from the playback VTR2 to channels 5, 6, 7, and 8 of the 03D.
Route BUS OUT 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the 03D to the recording VTR, and route the return signals from the recording VTR to channels 9, 10, 11, and 12 of the 03D. Mark the recording VTR so that it will be recognized as a recording machine. The channels of the marked machine will be automatically removed from the BUS 1, 2, 3, and 4 assignment to avoid signal looping. The level of these channels cannot be controlled from the editor and the level faders
- Video Edit Suite Software Assign channels 1, 2, 3, and 4 to BUS 1, 2, 3, and 4 to output signals from channel to bus.
Assign channels 5, 6, 7, and 8 to BUS 1, 2, 3, and 4.
You can also view this setting on the PAN/ROUTING page. As you can see, the FROM ASSIGN setting is now reflected on the routing. If you assign channels on this page, the setting will be reflected on the FROM ASSIGN setting.
Cancel the assignment of the playback VTR 1 and 2 inputs to the ST bus. Since the return signals from the recording VTR will be monitored, assign channels 9, 10, 11, and 12 (the return channels from the recording VTR) to the ST bus.
- Video Edit Suite Software With all these settings, monitoring signals become monaural even if the source is in stereo. If you are monitoring the AFL (After Fader Listen) signals, you can set PAN to hard left and hard right. However, if you are monitoring the PFL (Pre Fader Listen) signals, you cannot monitor the signals in stereo. If the source is in stereo, you need to configure stereo pairs of input channels and buses before you perform bus assignment.
Configure stereo pairs of channels 1 and 2, channels 5 and 6, channels 7 and 8, channels 9 and 10, channels 11 and 12, BUS 1 and 2, and BUS 3 and 4.
Select RESET BOTH to configure a stereo pair. You could select "BUS1->2" or "BUS2->1" if you prefer, but RESET BOTH is more desirable especially when you wish to initialize the previous settings.
Make parameter settings on the From-To page as follows:
- Video Edit Suite Software Since the channels and buses are configured as stereo pairs now, both channels 1 and 2 will be assigned to BUS 1 and 2. For this reason, you need to set PAN to L and R.
Before selecting a VTR from the editor, the machines recognized by the editor should match those recognized by the 03D. Typically, use the "Mixer Cross Point Setting" on the editor. Machine names A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H used on the 03D correspond to 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, and 08. The machine marked REC on the 03D corresponds to 00. The 03D has a fixed machine number. Therefore, adjust the number on the editor so that it matches the 03D machine number. Refer to the manual that came with the editor for more information on setting the numbers on the editor.
Owners Manual Mode demploi Bedienungsanleitung
YAMAHA CORPORATION P.O. Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan
Welcome. 1 Features. 1
1. Installing the Software. 3
Installation Requirements. Installing from a Macintosh Computer. Installing from a Windows 95 PC. Reinstalling the Regular 03D Software. 6 7
2. About the Video Edit Suite Software. 8
ESAM II. 8 Video Edit Suite Functions. 8 System Hookup (audio only). 10 Activating the TO EDITOR Port. 10 Functions that Cannot Be Used when the TO EDITOR Port is Active. 11 How it works. 12 Operating Notes. 12
3. Quick Start. 13 4. Display Pages. 14
MIDI/HOST Page. Machine Page (Cross Point Setting). CrossFade Page. From-To Page. CH 1-16 & 17-24/Stin Pages. Monitor Page. Prefer. Page. Delay Page. MIDI Setup Page. Bulk Page. Solo Setup Page. Moni. Setup Page. User Define Page. EQ Library Page. Effects Library Page. 26
Supported Editors. 27 Supported Commands. 28 MIDI Bulk Dump. 29
03D Video Edit Suite SoftwareOwners Manual
Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha 03D Video Edit Suite Software. With support for the ESAM II editor protocol, the 03D Video Edit Suite software turns the 03D Digital Mixing Console into a full-feature digital audio mixer for video post-pro.
Audio signals can be mixed and edited along with the video editing. With support for ESAM II, the 03D works like a video switcher for audio, allowing remote transition previews from a video editor. Several extended functions of the ESAM II protocol including remote fader level control have been employed. 03D data can be downloaded or uploaded to the video editor for centralized data management. Phase reverse, input delay up to approximately six frames (with 1/4 frame accuracy), 4-band parametric EQ, dynamics, and effects for exible audio mixing and audio sweetening. The 03D does not require extra hardware, such as boards and ports. A 9-pin TO EDITOR port comes as standard. Channels can be assigned to the 03Ds four bus outputs as FROM sources and TO sources, allowing for dissolve transitions. Crossfades can be performed using one of seven crossfade patterns, which can be set individually for each channel, and three curve slopes, which can be applied to all channels globally. The 03Ds motorized faders allow for accurate level adjustments and precisely reect input level settings. In FROM-TO mode, faders reect transition levels. Preview sources can be selected for monitoring, and CHANNEL and BUS modes allow individual channel monitoring or bus monitoring.
The package should contain the following items. Make sure that you have them all. 03D regular software (Mac and PC disks labeled 03D) 03D Video Edit Suite software (Mac and PC disks labeled 03D for Video Editing) This Owners Manual Contact your Yamaha dealer if something is missing.
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Installing the Software
This chapter explains how to install the 03D Video Edit Suite software.
All automix data will be lost when the 03D Video Edit Suite software is installed, so back up your important data using MIDI Bulk Dump before installing. Refer to the 03D Owners Manual for details. Similarly, Video Edit Suite settings and roll library memory data will be lost if the regular 03D software is reinstalled.
The 03D Video Edit Suite software can be installed from a Macintosh or PC computer running Windows 95.
Transmission Device Macintosh Windows 95 PC 03D Connection TO HOST TO HOST Cable Macintosh serial cable PC serial cable2 Recommended Software Terminal-J1 HyperTerminal3
1. Terminal-J is included with the Video Edit Suite software. 2. 9-pin D-sub to 8-pin mini DIN cable 3. The HyperTerminal program is included with Windows 95.
Installing from a Macintosh Computer
1. Connect an 8-pin mini DIN cable between the 03Ds TO HOST port and the Macintoshs Modem port. 2. Turn on the Macintosh. 3. Insert the Mac 03D for Video Editing oppy disk into the oppy disk drive, double-click the oppy disk icon, and then copy the Terminal-J le to your hard disk. 4. Double-click the Terminal-J le to decompress it. The Terminal-J folder containing the Terminal-J program is created. 5. Copy the 03VEKxxxMIX.sea le to your hard disk, and then double-click it to decompress it. The 03VEKxxxMIX folder is created. 6. Copy the 03VEKxxx.T and 03VEKxxx.X les from the 03VEKxxxMIX folder to the Terminal-J folder. 7. On the Chooser, turn off AppleTalk. 8. While holding down the [UTILITY], [DYNAMICS], and [EFFECT 2] buttons, turn on the 03D. The UPDATE PROGRAM page appears. 9. Double-click the Terminal-J icon to launch the program. 10. Choose Connection from the Options menu. The Connection Settings dialog box appears.
11. Make the following settings, as shown on the dialog box below, and then click OK. Method: Direct Serial
Baud Rate: 38.4K Parity: None Data Bits: 8 Stop Bits: 1 Handshake: None
12. Choose Transfer from the Options menu. The Transfer Settings dialog box appears. 13. Click the Binary le icon. The settings for binary le transfers appear. 14. Turn off the Recognize and use MacBinary format for non-TEXT les setting, as shown below, and then click OK.
15. Choose X/YMODEM from the Options menu. The X/YMODEM options dialog box appears. 16. Turn off the CRC setting, as shown below, and then click OK.
17. Choose Connect from the Session menu. 18. On the 03D, use the cursor buttons and [ENTER] button to make the following settings. PORT: TO HOST
FLYING: ON UPDATE BLOCK: ALL
19. In Terminal-J, choose TRANSMIT XMODEM from the File menu. The File Open dialog box appears.
20. Locate the 03VEKxxx.T le, and then click Transmit. 21. On the 03D, use the cursor buttons to select START, and press the [ENTER] button. The message Please send BLOCK TABLE FILE appears on the 03D.
The le is transmitted to the 03D. Wait until the following message appears on the 03D before proceeding: Please send BLOCK 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H.
22. In Terminal-J, choose TRANSMIT XMODEM from the File menu. The File Open dialog box appears. 23. Locate the 03VEKxxx.X le, and then click Transmit. 24. On the 03D, use the cursor buttons to select START, and press the [ENTER] button. The le is transmitted to the 03D. While the data is being transmitted, an asterisk ashes slowly on the 03D.
Transmission may take between 5 and 20 minutes. When the le have been transmitted successfully, UPDATE. DONE and an EXIT option appear on the 03D.
25. Press the [ENTER] button to restart the 03D. That completes the installation process.
Installing from a Windows 95 PC
1. Connect an 8-pin mini DIN to 9-pin D-sub cable between the 03Ds TO HOST port and a serial port (COM port) on the PC. 2. Turn on the PC. 3. Insert the 03D Video Edit Suite oppy disk into the oppy disk drive, and then copy the 03VEKxxx.T and 03VEKxxx.X les to the HyperTerminal folder on your hard disk (Hard Disk>Program Files>Accessories>HyperTerminal. 4. While holding down the [UTILITY], [DYNAMICS], and [EFFECT 2] buttons, turn on the 03D. The UPDATE PROGRAM page appears. 5. Double-click the Hypertrm icon to launch the program. The Connection Description dialog box appears. 6. Enter a name for the connection (e.g., 03D), and then click OK. Ignore the icon settings in this dialog box. The Phone Number dialog box appears. 7. Choose Direct to Com x from the Connect using menu (x being the number of the serial port to which the 03D is connected), and then click OK. The Port Settings dialog box appears. 8. Make the following settings, as shown on the dialog box below, and then click OK. Bits per second: 38400
Data bits: 8 Parity: None Stop bits: 1 Flow control: None
9. Choose Connect from the Call menu. 10. On the 03D, use the cursor buttons and [ENTER] button to make the following settings. PORT: TO HOST
11. In HyperTerminal, choose Send File from the Transfer menu. The Send File dialog box appears.
12. Choose Xmodem from the Protocol menu. 13. Click Browse and locate the 03VEKxxx.T le, and then click Send. 14. On the 03D, use the cursor buttons to select START, and press the [ENTER] button. The message Please send BLOCK TABLE FILE appears on the 03D.
15. In HyperTerminal, choose Send File from the Transfer menu. The Send File dialog box appears. 16. Click Browse and locate the 03VEKxxx.X le, and then click Send. 17. On the 03D, use the cursor buttons to select START, and press the [ENTER] button. The le is transmitted to the 03D. While the data is being transmitted, an asterisk ashes slowly on the 03D.
18. Press the [ENTER] button to restart the 03D. That completes the installation process.
Reinstalling the Regular 03D Software
To reinstall the regular 03D software, follow the same procedure as for installing the 03D Video Edit Suite software noting the following differences: Use the oppy disks labeled 03D instead of the 03D for Video Editing disks. On the Macintosh oppy disks, the compressed le for the regular 03D software is 03D_VxxxMIX.sea (instead of 03VEKxxxMIX.sea) The T data le is 03D_Vxxx.T (instead of 03VEKxxx.T) The X data le is 03D_Vxxx.X (instead of 03VEKxxx.X) You dont have to use the same type of computer to reinstall the regular 03D software. For example, if you installed the 03D Video Edit Suite software using a Macintosh computer, you can reinstall the regular 03D software using either a Macintosh or Windows 95 PC.
About the Video Edit Suite Software
The 03D Video Edit Suite supports only ESAM (Editing Suite Audio Mixers) Serial II Protocol-Extended. See page 28 for a list of supported commands.
Video Edit Suite Functions
This sections lists the new functions provided by the 03D Video Edit Suite software.
Crossfades can be performed over the number of frames specied by the ESAM II commands sent from the editor. ESAM II allows you to specify from between 0 to 32,767 frames in single frame steps (1,365 seconds at 24 frames/second). The maximum frame value depends on the editor being used. Audio control accuracy is within one frame (only when no other 03D functions are being used).
Using Local mode, which works only when the CH 116 or 1724/Stin pages are displayed, the channel [SEL] buttons can be used to set channels to ignore incoming ESAM II commands. When a [SEL] buttons indicator is off, that channel responds to incoming ESAM II commands. When its ashing, the channel is in Local mode and ignores ESAM II commands. See CH 1-16 & 17-24/Stin Pages on page 21 for more information.
Inputs 9-16/17-24 Swap
Analog inputs 9 to 16 and digital inputs 17 to 24 can be swapped so that the analog inputs appears as channels 17 to 24 and the digital inputs appear as channel 9 to 16. This allows you to control signals from the digital inputs without pressing the [MIXING LAYER] button. The SWAP CH option is on the Prefer. page. See Prefer. Page on page 22 for more information.
New EQ Programs
The following three programs have been added to the end of the EQ library. 80. 60 Hz hum removal 79. 50 Hz hum removal 78. High-range white noise (i.e., tape hiss) removal using LPF After installing the Video Edit Suite software, you must initialize all memories to access the new EQ programs. See EQ Library Page on page 26 for more information.
New Effects Programs
The following three programs have been added to the end of the effects library. 96. Echo Reverb 95. FEMALE Pitch 94. MALE Pitch After installing the Video Edit Suite software, you must initialize all memories to access the new effects programs. See Effects Library Page on page 26 for more information.
System Hookup (audio only)
BUS OUT 1-4 (Digital) CH1-4 (Analog)
ESAM II Interface
Video Editor 4
9-pin Remote (9-pin D-sub)
ESAM II (9-pin D-sub)
Activating the TO EDITOR Port
After installing the 03D Video Edit Suite software, the HOST INTERFACE setting on the MIDI/HOST page must be set to EDITOR in order to use the TO EDITOR port.
All automix data will be lost when the HOST INTERFACE parameter on the MIDI/HOST page is changed from STAND. or MULTI. to EDITOR, so back up your important data using MIDI Bulk Dump before changing. Refer to the 03D Owners Manual for details. Similarly, Video Edit Suite settings and roll library memory data will be lost when the EDITOR setting is changed back to either STAND. or MULTI.
1. Use the [UTILITY] button to locate the MIDI/HOST page shown below.
2. Use the cursor buttons to select the EDITOR switch under HOST INTERFACE, and then press the [ENTER] button. The following dialog box appears.
This dialog box appears when changing from EDITOR to STAND.
3. Select the OK switch, and then press the [ENTER] button. The MIDI/HOST page shown below appears. The Fader Start and MMC parameters from the regular MIDI/HOST page can be found on the MIDI Setup page.
The 03D is now ready for use with a video editor.
Functions that Cannot Be Used when the TO EDITOR Port is Active
When the TO EDITOR port is active, the following 03D functions are disabled: AutomixThe automix function is disabled, and the automix pages are replaced with video edit suite-related pages. All automix data will be lost when the 03D Video Edit Suite software is activated, so back up your important data using MIDI Bulk Dump before activating. Refer to the 03D Owners Manual for details. Channel delay ECHO and SLAPOn the Channel Delay function, the SLAP and ECHO options are disabled. Basic DELAY is still available. Surround panThe Surround Pan function is disabled, and the Pan mode is set to regular STEREO. Flashing MIXING LAYER indicatorThe MIXING LAYER indicator does not ash when mixing layer 17-24/MASTER is selected. The red indicator just remains lit. SOLO TRIMThe SOLO TRIM control on the Solo Setup page cannot be used. MONI TRIMThe MONI TRIM control on the Moni. Setup page cannot be used.
How it works
Channel level adjustments are performed using the channel fader. Crossfades are performed by the ESAM fader, which appears after the channel fader. The input level is controlled by the INPUT LEVEL ADJUST control. Both controls are shown in the following illustration.
INPUT LEVEL ADJUST & ADJUST ON/OFF
ESAM FADER & LOCAL ON/OFF ON OFF
OFF ON Delay 4Band PEQ Dynamics ON
Input channels 124
To AUX (pre)
To AUX (post)
When the TO EDITOR parameter is set to ENABLE and the 03D is being remotely controlled by an editor, the channel send level is controlled by the CH fader and ESAM fader. ESAM faders on channels specied using the FROM command are set to nominal (0 dB). ESAM faders on channels specied using the TO command are set to the LIMIT LEVEL (usually minus innity). After a crossfade, FROM command channels are set to the LIMIT LEVEL, while TO command channels are set to nominal (0 dB). When the TO EDITOR parameter is set to DISABLE, the 03D operates as normal (i.e., ESAM II commands are ignored). Likewise, a channel in Local mode (i.e., the LOCAL ON/OFF switch in the ON position) operates as normal, ignoring ESAM II commands. Local mode is engaged using the [SEL] buttons, but works only when the CH 116 or 1724/Stin pages are displayed. The following illustration shows a channel in Local mode (or with the TO EDITOR parameter set to DISABLE).
The editor should be congured so that the recording machine can be monitored. Typically, the editor will be set to EE mode (Electric-to-Electric). When the 03Ds output delay is used, it functions as a predelay and the sound will not be synchronized with the video. When input channels or bus outputs are congured as stereo pairs, set the corresponding pan controls hard left and hard right (note there is a 3 dB signal gain in this condition). To output digital bus signals via the ST DIGITAL OUT connection, use the BUS TO ST function.
This chapter explains how to get up and running with the 03D Video Edit Suite software.
1. On the MIDI/HOST page, set the HOST INTERFACE to EDITOR. See MIDI/HOST Page on page 14 for more information. 2. Set the TO EDITOR parameter to ENABLE. See MIDI/HOST Page on page 14 for more information. 3. Set the FRAME TYPE (ND, DF, 25, or 24). See MIDI/HOST Page on page 14 for more information. 4. Set the PARITY FLAG (usually EVEN, although editors such as the Ampex ACE200 require ODD). See MIDI/HOST Page on page 14 for more information. 5. Set the FADER MODE (ABSOLUTE or FROM-TO). See MIDI/HOST Page on page 14 for more information. 6. Congure channels connected to stereo sources as stereo pairs, and pan the left channel hard left and the right channel hard right. 7. If the outputs are stereo, congure them as stereo pairs. 8. On the Machine page, assign input channels to machines and set the REC machine. See Machine Page (Cross Point Setting) on page 16 for more information. 9. Make sure that channels assigned to play machines are not routed to the Stereo bus. Only the REC machine channels should be routed to the Stereo bus. 10. On the ROUTING or From-To page, assign channels to buses. See From-To Page on page 20 for more information. 11. Set the input levels. 12. Select crossfade patterns and curves. See CrossFade Page on page 16 for more information. 13. The 03D is now ready to be controlled by the editor.
This section explains the parameters on the MIDI/HOST page shown below. Use the [UTILITY] button to locate this page.
HOST INTERFACEThe STAND. and MULTI. switches under HOST INTERFACE are the same as the STANDARD I/F and MULTIPORT switches on the regular 03D. The EDITOR switch is used to activate the TO EDITOR port for use with a video editor. TO EDITOR SETUP MEMORYThree setup memories are available for storing settings related to the TO EDITOR port. When the memory contents match the current settings, these switches are grayed out. When a parameter setting is changed, the RECALL and STORE switches can be used to recall the stored settings or store the new settings. The following parameters are stored in these memories: FRAME TYPE, PARITY FLAG, FADER MODE, INPUT LEVEL ADJUST OUTPUT level, and SOURCE/MACHINE ASSIGN settings. INPUT LEVEL ADJUSTThe OUTPUT level control determines the send level when the fader is set to nominal (0 dB), and can be set from 48 dB to 0 dB in 1 dB steps. The input level of the selected channel can be set manually or automatically so that the channel level matches the specied output level. This setting is based on the assumption that the level will not be changed using the faders, pan, EQ, or dynamics. By reading the level of the test tone at the beginning of a reel (tape), the gain can be set automatically so that the nominal level set by the user corresponds to the output level. The adjustable range is from 18 dB to +18 dB in 0.5 dB steps. If the level exceeds this range and cannot be controlled, a warning message appears. For channels congured as a stereo pair, only the left channel is used for level sensing. The level determined for the left channel is also applied to the right channel. Due to circuitry limitations, the levels may vary between channels. To automatically set the level for a channel, select the channel, use the cursor buttons to select the AUTO switch, and then press the [ENTER] button. To manually set the level for a channel, select the channel, use the cursor buttons to select the MANUAL control, and then use the PARAMETER wheel. When a channel level is set either manually or automatically, the corresponding Adjust On/Off switch on the CH 116 or 1724/Stin pages appears highlighted. TO EDITORThis parameter is used to enable and disable the TO EDITOR port, and must be set to ENABLE for the 03D to respond to incoming ESAM II commands. Commands are ignored when this is set to DISABLE. FRAME TYPEThis parameter should be set to match the frame rate of the video. Options are: ND (30 frames), DF (29.97 frames), 25 (25 frames), and 24 (24 frames). The 03D uses this setting to calculate fade and delay times specied in frames.
PARITY FLAGThis parameter should be set to match the parity requirements of the editor. Options are: EVEN, ODD, and NONE. The default being EVEN. FADER MODEThis parameter determines how 03D faders operate when ESAM II commands are received. In ABSOLUTE mode, faders indicate channel fader positions and do not move when ESAM II commands change levels using the ESAM faders. In this mode, faders can still be used to make manual level adjustments, a common feature of ESAM mixers. In FROM-TO mode, faders indicate ESAM fader levels and move when ESAM II commands change channel levels using the ESAM faders. FROM source faders move to the LIMIT LEVEL, usually minus innity, and TO source faders move to the specied input level. In this mode, faders cannot be used to make manual level adjustments. Faders move only when an ESAM-related page is displayed (i.e., Machine, CrossFade, From-To, CH 1-16, or 17-24/Stin).
Machine Page (Cross Point Setting)
This section explains the parameters on the Machine page shown below. Use the [AUTOMIX] button to locate this page.
The Machine page is used to assign input channels to machines, and up to eight machines from A to H are available. Input channels can be assigned in two or four-channel groups and cannot be assigned to more than one machine. Machine A corresponds to Cross Point 1, Machine B to Cross Point 2, and so on through to Machine H which corresponds to Cross Point 8. The channel set as REC, however, also corresponds to Cross Point 0. For example, in the Machine page shown above, input channels 1, 2, 3, and 4 are controlled by commands for Cross Point 1 (Machine A), and also controlled by commands for Cross Point 0 since REC is selected. On a typical editor, the machine number of the ESAM II command is determined by the cross point settings. Settings on the Machine page are effective only when ESAM II machine commands are received. Typically, they are ineffective when individual channel control using source commands is used, although this may vary between editors. Refer to the editors manual for more information. To assign channels to a machine, use the cursor buttons to select a machine from A to H, and the [SEL] buttons to add and remove channels. Channels cannot be assigned to more than one machine, and the ST IN channel can be assigned only to the ST IN machine. To set the REC machine, use the cursor buttons to select a machine from A to H, and then press the [ENTER] button.
This section explains the parameters on the CrossFade page shown below. Use the [AUTOMIX] button to locate this page.
The CrossFade page is used to select crossfade patterns for channels individually, and seven different patterns are available. When channels are paired, both use the same pattern. In addition to patterns, one of three curves (A, B, C) can be applied to channels globally.
To select a pattern, use the [SEL] buttons to select a channel, and then use the PARAMETER wheel to select a pattern. Below the pattern for each channel is a LIMIT LEVEL parameter, which is the target level for FROM settings, or the start level for TO settings, when a fader is set to 0 dB. The actual level is the input fader level minus the LIMIT LEVEL, which has a range from 0 to minus innity.
Crossfade Patterns 1 to 7
TD (Transition Duration) in frames
Crossfade Curves A, B, C
Curves (A, B, C) do not apply to patterns with a simple in/out level cut. In these cases, the level changes within one frame. In the following examples the LIMIT LEVEL is set to minus innity.
TD 0 dB 6 dB
0 dB 3 dB
13 dB dB
When curve type B is selected, the Machine page appears as follows.
When curve type C is selected, the Machine page appears as follows.
This section explains the parameters on the From-To page shown below. Use the [AUTOMIX] button to locate this page.
The From-To page is used to monitor transitions from one source to another, and can also be used to assign FROM and TO channels to bus outs 1 to 4. When a Transition Start command is received, the ESAM fader on FROM channels is set to the LIMIT LEVEL, while the ESAM fader on TO channels is set to 0 dB. When the transition is complete, FROM channels become TO channels, and TO channels become FROM channels. To assign channels to bus outs, use the cursor buttons to select bus outs in the FROM ASSIGN and TO ASSIGN windows, and the [SEL] buttons to add and remove channels. Assignments made on this page are reected on the [PAN/ROUTING] Pan 1-16 and Pan 17-24 pages. Likewise, assignments made on the [PAN/ROUTING] Pan 1-16 and Pan 17-24 pages are reected on this page. Typically, Cross Point settings are made on the editor, otherwise, operation may not be correct. Channels and bus outs congured as stereo pairs are assigned simultaneously. Effects returns 1 and 2 are assigned automatically to both FROM and TO.
CH 1-16 & 17-24/Stin Pages
This section explains the parameters on the CH 1-16 and 17-24/Stin pages shown below. Use the [AUTOMIX] button to locate these pages.
The CH 1-16 and 17-24/Stin pages contain individual channel on/off switches for channel delay (DLY), dynamics (DYN), EQ, and auto level adjust (A). The rotary controls show the actual send levels. The value below these controls indicates the level of the channel fader. When either of these pages are selected, the [SEL] buttons work as Local on/off buttons. When a [SEL] buttons indicator is off, that channel responds to incoming ESAM II commands. When its ashing, the channel is in Local mode and ignores ESAM II commands. The ROLL LIB. (library) allows you to store and recall channel information for each machine (i.e., roll or tape). Up to 100 memories (0 to 99) are available in the ROLL library (memory 0 is recall-only), and the following parameters can be stored: Channel settings that can be stored in channel library programs Crossfade curve settings LIMIT LEVEL setting Level set using LEVEL ADJUST ADJUST on/off To store channel information, select a MACHINE, select a memory, and then press the STORE switch. The settings of channels assigned to the selected machine will be stored (maximum of four channels). To recall channel information, select a MACHINE, select a memory, and then press the RECALL switch. If the number of stored channels and the number of recalled channels are different, the following applies: If a memory containing data for four channels is recalled to a machine assigned to two channels, the data from the rst two channels is used. If a memory containing data for two channels is recalled to a machine assigned to four channels, the data from the rst two channels is recalled twice.
This section explains the parameters on the Monitor page shown below. Use the [VIEW] button to locate this page.
The Monitor page allows you to monitor fader positions, which are indicated using vertical bars. Below these are exact fader positions. If a bar is not solid, it means that the channel is assigned as a TO channel, or not assigned to either TO or FROM. When a transition occurs, a hollow area inside the bar increases for FROM channels, and the solid area increases for TO channels.
BVE9100 (+Option) BVE2000 BVE910 (+Option) BVE900 (+Upgrade +Option) BVE9000 (+Upgrade +Option) PVE500
All Stop From Source To Source Monitor Source Transition Duration Transition Start Monitor Mode Restore From Edit Fader Level Save Mixer Recall Mixer Transfer Register From Machine To Machine Monitor Machine From Source To Source Monitor Source Transition Duration
A0 A1, A2 A3, A4 A5, A6 A7, A8 A9 AA AB AD AE AF B0 B4 B5 B6 BC BD BE BF
1. Read commands allow the editor to check the condition of the 03D (values in hex). 2. Write commands allow the editor to change the condition of the 03D, and allow for replies to the read commands from the editor (values in hex).
While a transition is in progress, commands other than All Stop are ignored. When transmitting several commands, each should be separated by a one frame interval.
MIDI Bulk Dump
Bulk Dump data formats supported by the 03D Video Edit Suite software.
1. Video Editor Setup Bulk Dump Format
STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. BYTE COUNT(HIGH) BYTE COUNT(LOW) 0000nnnn 0mmmmmmm 0ddddddd : : 0ddddddd 0eeeeeee 11110111 F0n 7E 01 0C 4C 4D 56 mm ds de ee F7 System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Device Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump 140(130+10)bytes 'L' 'M' ' ' ' ' '8' 'B' '0' '3' 'V' m=0-2,127(Video Editor Setup No.1-3,current) Video Editor Setup(130bytes)
CHECK SUM EOX
ee=(-('L'+'M'+.+ds+.+de)) AND 7Fh End Of Exclusive
2. Video Editor Setup Bulk Dump Request Format
STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. 0010nnnn 0mmmmmmm 11110111 F2n 7E 4C 4D 56 mm F7 System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Device Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump 'L' 'M' ' ' ' ' '8' 'B' '0' '3' 'V' m=0-2,127(Video Editor Setup No.1-3,current) End Of Exclusive
3. Roll Library Bulk Dump Format
STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. BYTE COUNT(HIGH) BYTE COUNT(LOW) 0000nnnn 0mmmmmmm 0ddddddd : : 0ddddddd 0eeeeeee 11110111 F0n 7E 4C 4D 4C mm ds de ee F7 System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Device Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump 290(280+10)bytes 'L' 'M' ' ' ' ' '8' 'B' '0' '3' 'L' m=1-99(Roll Library No.1-99) Roll Library(280bytes)
DATA NAME DATA
4. Roll Library Bulk Dump Request Format
STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. 0010nnnn 0mmmmmmm 11110111 F2n 7E 4C 4D 4C mm F7 System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Device Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump 'L' 'M' ' ' ' ' '8' 'B' '0' '3' 'L' m=1-99(Roll Library No.1-99) End Of Exclusive
DATA NAME EOX
XJR1300-2002 GR-D320e EK Boss ME-6 TH-42PY8P KV-32FX65 B 32PW9509 12 DV-575K-S MP7002 Urc-8820 Champion 110 300 XC ICD-UX300F ZYB594X Dmpbdt100 Nokia 2100 Optio A30 FA1026hydr Touch 2 KX-FLM551 807si Software ICF-SW77 WAG200G-EU 21PT5321 Solutions CMT-M333NT UE46C6820US 102MR HX-5-HX-3-hx-1 C5030I P6FE-1100E IS 380 CDP-CX455 CLX-3185FW FA-101 ME5050A Motorola W175 ASF2646 MG-605AP Powerseeker 50 Glide KX-TCD150PD EB-G51M Audioline 30 CA-R-pi 151 XD300U Daystar Smcbr21VPN MY150X 9040MFP TXL42U2E LG ZD30 DG834V3 DVD-1920 Review Cuarzo G10 360051 CR-N1 RX-307TN VG-8EX Boss ME-8 42PX4RV-ZA Z250I RL36ebsw RM4290 YP-E3 TX-480L KMD-673R GR-B197GVC DMT-8 Energy RL62vcts KP-XA43m61 HP 700 SA-EX300 PSC 1205 MAX-DC650 Electromate 400 General 2 MZ36-U-024-UK Traffic SDM-X93 IWD 5105 PCS1400 MP860 KDL-42XBR950 R-310AK Humminbird RF35 HS-51 Compiler 4 Xdrive 35D Counter HR7768 Z20LCD1 CDX-GT920U PSR-28 1000 PRO Ck-15W Provocal Memoryplus 335 RX-150
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