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Caution Disconnect power cord by connector only. Do not pull on cable portion. Do not place or drop heavy or sharp-edged objects on power cord. A damaged cord can cause fire or electrical shock hazards. Turn power off and disconnect power hvs-3350hs prior to removal. The following standard methods for operation are available. These control methods can exist together in the same system.
Installing the Hvs-350hw Cord Retaining Clip 1 Insert both ends of the retaining clip into the holes on the sides of the hexagon head screws. Setting Up the Matte Hve-350hs Setting Up the Gradation Matte Setting Up Additional Inputs How to Select Aux Signals Selecting Video via Bus Buttons Pattern Modify Example1 Pattern Pattern Modify Example2 Pattern Recording Video and Key Playback on PGM Bus Quick Recall Direct Mode Adding or Inserting Steps Copying and Deleting Steps Copying and Clearing Playlists Assigning Router Channel to RS port Assigning Router Control Function How to Verify Version Connecting Control and Remote Panels FOR-A provides a wide range of products, from basic hvs-350hw units to complex system controllers, which have been increasingly joined by products for computer video based systems.
Whatever your needs, talk to your FOR-A representative. We will do our best to be of continuing service to you. About This Manual This manual is intended to help the user easily operate the Hanabi series switchers and make full use of their functions during operations. Before configuring or operating your system, read this operation manual thoroughly to ensure you understand the product.
After reading, it is important to keep this manual in a safe mankal and available for future reference.
Lit red when a cooling fan fails. In such a case, power off the unit and consult your FOR-A supplier. The indicator is normally unlit. The indicator blinks red when an alarm occurs.
Signal ground The pin assignment shown above is the factory default assignment. See section ” “. The pin assignments shown above are the factory default assignments. Pin assignments can be changed via operational menus. Output signal Pin No.
Use the supplied or commercially-prepared pin D-sub male connector with inch screws for making a connection cable. AUX units to the switcher. The maximum system configuration is: System Signal Format Selection at Initial Use When first switching on your unit, please select a signal format as shown below. How to Access Menus How to Set Values Displaying Parameters See section If a menu has multiple submenus such as the SETUP menu, navigate to submenus following the procedure below.
Changing Settings or Values Using the Numeric Keypad Users can also use the keypad to input numerical settings to a menu. The procedure example for changing the matte color by using the keypad is as follows. Changing Settings or Values Using the Joystick Users can also use the joystick to set position, size and color settings to specific parameters.
How to Return Settings to Default Returning Parameters to Default Pressing and holding down Control Push-buttons Press and hold the control push-button F1 – F4 below each parameter to return their settings to factory default.
User names can be given to input signals, internally generated black matt and matt signals, and still pictures. The Resize function is available in the following inputs: Frame Synchronizer A video frame synchronizer is provided for every input this includes optional inputs.
It is used to synchronize asynchronous signals. Users can select whether to apply frame synchronization to input signals or not for each of them as shown in the procedure below. There are two procedures to select signals for auxiliary outputs: Available signal selections are as described below. The preview bus output can be assigned to, however, an auxiliary output.
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This can be done as explained below: Follow the procedure below to assign the clean video to an AUX output. Each card has two output channels whose signals can be selected respectively in the menu as shown in the procedure below. A group consists of one hvs-350ns output and up to three slave outputs.
Five auxiliary output groups can be set.
Bus Operation The video signals input to the switcher are assigned to the manuak buttons on the control panel for usage. As a factory default settings, video inputs, Stills and Mattes are assigned to the bus buttons. The signal assignments are freely changeable. The video signal assigned to the selected bus button is displayed on the program output screen. See section “How to Select Patterns. The way to perform simultaneous transitions on three buses is as follows: This section explains how to perform pattern transitions.
More than preset patterns are provided. This chapter explains how to select patterns for transitions, how to check which pattern is currently selected and how to select patterns quickly using the Direct Pattern function.
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Otherwise, the selected pattern will be applied the panel when pressing the number button. See the figure below. They are multiple function buttons. Advanced Settings for Transitions Fader Limit The fader limit setting determines how far your transition can proceed.
When performing transitions mix or other there may be times when you want the transition to the next signal to only complete to a certain degree instead of fully switching hvs-305hs one picture to another.
In this case, you will need to limit the fader range.
Transition Rate The hvs350hs rate setting determines how long the transition takes in frames to complete. It is used to transition images with a 2Ch-DVE pattern.
Basically the preset patterns are categorized into five different groups. Pattern Modify Example1 Pattern 20 This modification example adds a border effect to background transitions using Pattern However Pattern has different border settings than Pattern hvs-50hs It can use both inside and outside border effects. The background signal is cut out using Key Source and Key Insert fills in the cut out part of the signal. Chroma Key Chroma key is a manul for creating a key signal using a chroma component instead of a luminance component.
It is mostly used for compositing moving subjects such a person in the virtual background. For example, to place a person onto a background hve-350hs, first film the person standing in front of a background such as a blue screen.
Move the joystick up, down left and right to move the crosshair cursor onto the desired color. Pressing the FINE button will help you fine tune the adjustment.
KEY1 is used as an example in this section. The edge color can be set on this page.
Turn F4 to select a color among eight standard colors. Rotation In addition to the position and mznual changes, users can add a rotation effect to the key images.
Note that the position is two-dimensional and its origin is placed on 0,0which coincides with the center of the screen.