These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. The specific meaning of the symbol is the user to the risk of death or severe determined by the design contained within the injury should unit Please make sure that all items are present. If anything is missing, please contact your dealer. Using a cable adapter makes it possible to connect devices that have DVI-I output connectors. Please purchase one separately.
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These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. The specific meaning of the symbol is the user to the risk of death or severe determined by the design contained within the injury should unit Please make sure that all items are present.
If anything is missing, please contact your dealer. Using a cable adapter makes it possible to connect devices that have DVI-I output connectors. Please purchase one separately. Connecting a video monitor capable of tally input to this makes it possible to illuminate the tally lamps on the monitor. The lamp is switched on and off according to the channel selection, enabling you to see which channel is currently in use on the monitor. Place the AC adaptor so the side with the indicator see illustration faces upwards and the side with textual information faces downwards.
The indicator will light when you plug the AC adaptor into an AC outlet. The unit has eight input selectors for each Bus, and you choose the input video for each bus before you perform the transition.
Operation of each of these modes is described below. Move the video fader. Moving it toward the back of the unit makes more of the picture on A Bus appear, and moving toward the front displays more B Bus picture. The video fader itself does not move, but movement between A and B is performed automatically. This lets you execute a transition more easily and rapidly.
You can do this in the LVS mode. Choose the picture to display in the inset screen. Move the video fader to the A Bus side. The inset screen appears. When [CUT] has been selected, it remains hidden until the middle position is reached, and is displayed thereafter.
Choose the background channel. Choose the channel of the video to display as the background with PST. Press any of the four [PinP] buttons. The location where the inset screen is displayed varies depending on the button you press.
The [A] in the square on the panel indicates the location of the inset screen. Before you perform composition, check whether the picture from the computer is being output correctly to the LVS Send the output from channels 7 or 8 to a monitor or projector, and check the picture. The output might not look correct if the proper settings have not been made on the computer.
This lets you display logos or other elements in smaller size and at the place you want on the screen. For information on how to select the background and foreground video, refer to the previous section. When the fade- out has been completed, the button stops flashing and stays lit. Saving lets you call up a variety of settings at the press of a button.
You can save the state of the controls described below. Use the menus to perform the copy operation. Use the menus to perform the exchange operation. Display the menu. Executing a factory reset causes all settings and saved values except the following settings to be lost.
Once set to NTSC, the setting persists in memory even after power off. Page Changing Settings Using The Menus Changing Settings Using the Menus Making changes to various settings, including the operation mode and the location and size of the inset screen for Picture-in-Picture, are tasks you perform after first displaying the menus. The menu screen appears on the preview monitor. Use the up and down arrow buttons to choose the item whose setting you want to change.
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Edirol LVS-800 Owner's Manual
There is probably less awareness, however, of their video product lineup. It features eight video inputs; one through four accept only composite video signals; five and six accept composite or S-Video; seven and eight take either S-Video or computer VGA connections. The LVS also features DSK down-stream keying capability, which enables you to take the graphics output of a computer and superimpose it over the main output of the switcher to accomplish a lower-thirds type graphic overlay, or a logo "bug. The unit enables you to seamlessly switch between inputs with either a cut, dissolve called Mix on the mixer panel , or a variety of pre-programmed wipes. To test the system, I connected a system utilizing a video camera, DVD player, and a laptop computer. Setup was simple, and fairly intuitive. The switcher operated flawlessly and smoothly, cutting, dissolving or wiping between any of the inputs without a hitch.
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Cheshire TV is a non-profit company which manages a public, educational and government access channel that serves 30, households in the southwestern New Hampshire cities of Keene, Marlborough and Swanzey. We produce a wide variety of programs, including local issue talk shows, sports, music, live entertainment, as well as local government and school board meetings and large-scale live outdoor special events—we cover it all. When we began shopping for a new switcher, we were specifically looking for a six-input model with downstream keying and portability. The Edirol LVS met all of these requirements, and had additional inputs and great layout to boot. As our control room affords a working space of only 55 square feet, the compact size of the new Edirol switcher is especially prized. It takes up less than half the space that our previous switcher occupied. Also, when the installation was performed, we configured things so that the LVS could be removed and used for remote live and live-to-tape production work out of house.
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