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OPERATION MANUAL

MAV-555 and DMAT


For 2 In 2 Out Configuration
While recording live feeds, you can do slow replay, manage CLIPs, and create PLAYLISTs with effect transition.

Sony Electronics, Inc.


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Operation Manual of MAV555 & DMAT for 2 In 2 Out Configuration

Contents
1. Scope 2. System Configuration 3. General Procedure and Quick Reference
3.1 3.2 4.1 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.7.1 4.7.2 4.7.3 4.8 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.19 5.20 General Procedure Quick Reference Power On MAV555 and DMAT Setup of MAV555 and reboot Setup of MAV555 Reboot MAV555 if necessary Select LTC for time code display on MAV555 Clear unnecessary materials from MAV555 Setup DMAT Clear CLIP and PLAYLIST information from DMAT Decide Loop Recording Length Max. Recording Time Total Remaining Time and Loop Recording Length Remaining Time on the DMAT Start Recording with DMAT Operating Mode GANG control and Independent control EE Instant Replay CUE POINT CUE UP with Time Code CREATE a CLIP RECALL a CLIP CUE UP to IN or OUT point of a CLIP TRIM a CLIP NAME, DELETE, COPY and PROTECT a CLIP SELECT a PLAYLIST CLEAR a PLAYLIST CREATE a PLAYLIST PLAYBACK a PLAYLIST EDIT a PLAYLIST [LAST] and [NEXT] Browse Lise Split Screen Function Table

4. Preparation

5. Operation

6. Melting and Tear Down


6.1 Stop Recording with DMAT 6.2 Melting Materials to Tape 6.3 Power Off MAV555 and DMAT

7. Hardware Configuration and Firmware of MAV555


7.1 Hardware Configuration 7.2 Firmware Configuration

8. Hardware Configuration and Firmware of DMAT


8.1 Hardware 8.2 Firmware

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9. Wire Connection
9.1 RS422 9.2 Video 9.3 Audio 9.4 Monitor Output of Video and Audio 9.5 Time Code Input 9.6 Wiring 9.7 OSD Display

10. Trouble Shooting and Known Bugs


10.1 Trouble Shooting 10.2 Known Bugs

11. FAQ 12. Appendix


12.1 How to connect a PC with MAV555 via Ethernet 12.2 How to check MAV555 firmware version 12.3 Reset of DMAT 12.4 Reset of MAV555 12.5 Clear the MAV555 setup data 12.6 Erase All Materials of MAV555 at once

13. Front and Rear Panel of MAV555 14. Front and Rear Panel of DMAT 15. List of Effect Type

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Operation Manual of MAV555 & DMAT for 2 In 2 Out Configuration


Revision History
05/11/2001 First Edition 08/01/2001 DMAT ver.4.0 062201 supports 3in1out configuration and increases number of Playlist to 20 from 12. 11/26/2001 Added changes for software revision 10/05/01.

1. Scope
This document describes how to set up and operate Sony MAV555 and DNF1 DMAT2 controller for 2in2out Configuration. 2in2out configuration is most popular for sports slow replay & creating highlight package. This document is based on MAV555 ver2.10 / 2.20 and DMAT ver4.0 050401 / 062201 / 100501. This document mainly describes about 2PGM w/EFX configuration. This version of DMAT requires MAF555 ver2.10 or higher.

2. System Configuration
With 2in2out of MAV555, you have several options about system configuration, such as number of DMAT, dependency of output port, or Video Effect Board (BKMA560 and BKMA561). You can choose from followings. This affects number of DMAT, wiring and setup of DMAT. (A) 2 Programs with Video Effect with one DMAT (2PGM w/EFX) This is most popular configuration. This mode requires one DMAT and Effect Board, BKMA560. This mode allows you to control P1 port and P2 port independently. Also you can create a PLAYLIST with effect transition. (B) 2 Programs without Video Effect with one DMAT (2PGM no EFX) This mode requires one DMAT and no Effect Board, BKMA560. Main difference between (A) is that you cannot add effect transition in a PLAYLIST. (C) Program / Preview with one DMAT (PGM/PVW) This mode requires one DMAT and Effect Board, BKMA560. One output port is dedicated to Program (On Air) and another port is dedicated to preview material or CLIPs. You can take over a video on Program output by a video on Preview output with manual take using CUT/MIX/WIPE. PLAYLIST capability is same as (A). (D) 2 Programs with 2 DMATs (2PGM w/ 2DMAT) This mode requires two DMATs and no Effect Board, BKMA560. This mode allows you to control as if two sets of 1in1out. You can create a PLAYLIST on both outputs without effect transition. (E) 3 input 1 output with one DMAT You can record three feeds and there is one output port. You can create a PLAYLIST without effect transition. System requirement and DMAT setup
System Configuration 2PGM w/EFX 2PGM no EFX PGM/PVW 2PGM w/2DMAT 3input 1output # of DMAT 1 1 1 2 1 Video Effect Board (BKMA560) Yes No Yes No No DMAT Setup (MAV Configuration) 2PGM w/EFX 2PGM no EFX PGM/PVW 1PGM 3IN1OUT Wiring Fig. 9-1 Fig. 9-1 Fig. 9-1 Fig. 9-2 Fig. 9-3

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Key specifications Item


Recording Time MAV555/36 @30Mbps MAV555/36 @40Mbps MAV555/36 @50Mbps MAV555/18 @30Mbps MAV555/18 @40Mbps MAV555/18 @50Mbps Number of CUE points Number of Clips Number of Playlists Number of Clips / Playlist

Specification
19H20M 14H40M 11H20M 9H40M 7H20M 5H40M 8 400/port 30 60

Note
Select 16bits for audio bit length at setup 028

Select 16bits for audio bit length at setup 028

Cyclic From 000 to 399 From 00 to 29

3. General Procedure and Quick Reference


3.1 General Procedure Following is a general procedure to use MAV555 and DMAT controller. Items in parentheses are not necessary once they are done. PREPARATION Power On MAV555 and DMAT. (Setup of MAV555 and reboot MAV555 if necessary to validate setup.) (Select LTC for time code display at each port with Meter Panel.) Clear unnecessary materials from MAV555. (Setup DMAT.) Clear CLIP and PLAYLIST information from DMAT. Decide Loop Recording Length. Start Recording with DMAT. OPERATION Slow Replay, MARK CUE, Create CLIP, Create PLAYLIST. MELTING and TEAR DOWN Stop recording. Melting materials to Tape. Power Off MAV555 and DMAT.

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3.2 Quick Reference

Item
Delete all materials in MAV555

Current Mode
Any

Operation
Control Panel of MAV555, [SHIFT]+[DELETE], [SHIFT]+[BATCH DELETE], [SHIFT]+[OK] MAV555 Menu 099 ALL ERASE [MENU], [SET&CLEAR], [CLEAR MEMORY], [OK], [OK] [MENU], [RECORD SETUP], [NEW R1 CLIP] Enter Material Name, Enter Loop Record Duration [NEW R2 CLIP], Enter Material Name, [ENTER] [START RECORD], [ESC], [ESC] [REC] Press [JOG] until LED flashes [SHIFT]+ move T-bar [MARK] [NEXT], [LAST], [SHIFT]+[NEXT], Cue # and [NEXT] Enter TC, [GOTO] [ALT]+[NEXT], [ALT]+[LAST] [IN], [OUT], [SAVE CLIP] or Clip # and [SAVE CLIP] [RECALL CLIP], Clip # and [RECALL CLIP] [NEXT], [LAST], [SCROLL] [SHIFT]+[IN], [SHIFT]+[OUT] Search IN, [IN], Search OUT, [OUT], [SAVE CLIP] Recall a CLIP, [NAME CLIP], Type a name, [ESC] Recall a CLIP, [DEL]+[SAVE CLIP], [OK] Recall a CLIP, Enter CLIP #, [SAVE CLIP] Recall a CLIP, [SHIFT]+[SAVE CLIP] Playlist #, [GOTO LIST] [SHIFT]+[DEL ELEMENT] [ADD ELEMENT], Clip # and [ADD ELEMENT] [INS ELEMENT], [DEL ELEMENT] [CUE LIST] [NEXT], [LAST] [EDIT EFFECTS], [DEFLT MIX] or [DEFLT WIPE], [ASSIGN] [SPEED SELECT], Move T-bar to select speed, [ENTER] [NEXT] [SKIP]

Clear Clips and Playlists on DMAT Start Recording

Any Any

EE FAST JOG Set T-bar speed Mark Cue Point Cue to Cue Point Cue up with Time Code Pre-roll Create a CLIP Recall a CLIP Recall a CLIP Cue to IN or OUT of CLIP Trim IN or OUT of CLIP Name a CLIP Delete a CLIP Copy a CLIP Protect / Unprotect a CLIP Select a PLAYLIST Clear a PLAYLIST Create a PLAYLIST Edit a PLAYLIST Cue up a PLAYLIST Select an Element in a PLAYLIST Add a transition in a PLAYLIST Add speed parameter in a PLAYLIST Go to next element immediately while play back a PLAYLIST Skip next element while play back a PLAYLIST

Any PB PB EE, PB EE, PB EE, PB, CP PB EE, PB Any CP CP CP CP CP CP CP Any EE, PB, CP Any Any Any PL PL PL PL PL

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4. Preparation
4.1 Power On MAV555 and DMAT To Power ON MAV555 Turn on Power switch of MAV555 behind a control panel. It takes about one minute to boot. To Power ON DMAT Connect AC cable to turn on/off DMAT, because DMAT does not have a power switch. Do not hot plug/unplug D-sub connector of power at the rear panel of DMAT. There is no special procedure for MAV555 and DMAT to power on and off. When you power on DMAT before MAV555 finishes booting, there is a warning of no communication of RS422 on DMAT. You need to press [RETRY] on DMAT when MAV555 finishes booting.

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4.2 Setup of MAV555 and reboot 4.2.1 Setup of MAV555


# 006 010 012 013 014 019 028 035 040 050 051 105 106 107 109 120 352 353 404 405 633 Setting all disable 525/60: NTSC DF PB PB PANEL 16 bits3 30 or 40 or 504 Std BKMA510 ON ON OFF x32 x4 ON REF INHI OFF INHI OFF PB PB TC PRESET EXT REC RUN LTC TC PRESET EXT REC RUN LTC OFF OFF SYSTEM TC SYSTEM TC Default all disable 525/60: NTSC DF PB PB PANEL 20 bits 50M bps Std None OFF OFF OFF x32 x4 OFF REF INHI OFF INHI OFF BLACK BLACK TC PRESET EXT REC RUN LTC TC PRESET EXT REC RUN LTC OFF OFF SYSTEM TC SYSTEM TC Reboot No Need Need Need No Need No Need Need Need Need Need Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need No Need Item LOCAL FUNCTION ENABLE 525/625 DROP FRAME MODE PB PB/EE SELECT P1 PB PB/EE SELECT P2 SYSTEM OPERATION CONFIGURATION AUDIO BIT LENGTH VIDEO COMP RATE OPTION BOARD, SLOT7, 8 OPTION BOARD, SLOT4, 5 LINE SUPER IMPOSE P1 LINE SUPER IMPOSE P2 SYNCHRONIZE MAXIMUM SHUTTLE SPEED MAXIMUM JOG SPEED ENFORCED EE (This is essential set up) OUTPUT REF LOCK REC INHIBIT R1 REC INHIBIT R2 VIDEO OUTPUT AFTER UNLOAD P1 VIDEO OUTPUT AFTER UNLOAD P2 TCG MODE R1 REGEN MODE TCG MODE R1 REGEN/PRESET TCG MODE R1 INT/EXT TCG MODE R1 REC RUN/FREE RUN TCG MODE R1 REGEN SOURCE TCG MODE R2 REGEN MODE TCG MODE R2 REGEN/PRESET TCG MODE R2 INT/EXT TCG MODE R2 REC RUN/FREE RUN TCG MODE R2 REGEN SOURCE PB TC REPLACE P1 PB TC REPLACE P2 LTC SELECT R1 LTC SELECT R2

634

642 643 670 671

You can change set up menu with Meter Panel5. Press [MENU] on the Meter panel, then a menu item is displayed on the Meter Panel and on the monitor output. Rotate and push Video Process knob to change set up. You need to press [SET] next to [MENU] to be memorized. To access items over #100, Dip SW "S3001" on EM-1 board must be "ON", though factory default is "OFF".
Choose 16 bits when you select 30 in MENU035, video compression rate. Please refer Chapter 4.7 Decide Loop Recording Length. 5 Meter Panel is an upper part of Front Panel. A lower part of Front Panel is called as Control Panel.
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4.2.2 Reboot MAV555 if necessary Some setup items require reboot to make them effective. To reboot MAV555 (A) Fast Reboot: This is faster than (B) because HDDs are still rotating. Press [MENU] Rotate VIDEO PROCESS knob and select MENU027, FAST REBOOT Press VIDEO PROCESS knob Follow the direction shown on the monitor (B) Power off and Power on. When you select an item, you can see small character "B" or "I" on the monitor output. "B" shows that three banks can have different set up value. "I" shows that the item is effective immediately without rebooting. 4.3 Select LTC for time code display on MAV555 This is not necessary once this is done. To select LTC on R1 Press R1 at PORT SELECT of Meter Panel. Set REMOTE OFF at the Meter panel. If not, press [REMOTE]. Confirm if time code is displayed on the LCD of Meter panel. If not, press [TOTAL/REMAIN] until time code is displayed. Confirm if the word LTC is displayed at R1 part on the LCD of Meter panel. If not, press [TC DISPLAY] until the word LTC is displayed. Repeat same way on R2, P1 and P2. 4.4 Clear unnecessary materials from MAV555 Delete unnecessary materials to secure recording capacity as follows. To Delete unnecessary materials. (A) One by One Deletion Select P1 with PORT SELECT of Meter Panel. Set REMOTE OFF at the Meter panel. Select a material that you want to delete with [MULTI CONTROL] on the control panel. Press [SHIFT] + [B6](DELETE) If the material is protected or loaded on any port, [DELETE] is dimmed and you can not delete it. Press [SHIFT] + [B7](OK) (B) Batch Deletion: You can delete all materials except protected or loaded, with one operation. Select P1 with PORT SELECT of Meter Panel. Set REMOTE OFF at the Meter panel. Select one of materials that you want to delete with [MULTI CONTROL] on the control panel. Press [SHIFT] + [B6](DELETE) If the material is protected or loaded on any port, [DELETE] is dimmed and you can not delete it. Press [SHIFT] + [B4](BATCH DELETE) Press [SHIFT] + [B7](OK) (C) Logical Format: You can delete all materials at once. Press [MENU] Rotate VIDEO PROCESS knob and select MENU 099 ALL ERASE. Execute ALL ERASE After deleting materials, set REMOTE ON on R1, R2, P1 and P2.

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4.5 Setup DMAT This is not necessary once this is done. FYI: An italic word in parentheses such as [SET&CLEAR] is a soft key at the top row on a DMAT. To display setup items and firmware version Press [MENU] This manual is described based on ver 4.0, 100501. To escape from setup display Press [ESC] At least you must select MAV CONFIG based on System Configuration that is described in Chapter-2. You can set other items as you like. Please refer DMAT manual in details. To change setup Press [MENU] Rotate JOG knob to select items Press [CHANGE] Follow the direction on the screen according to each item. To set factory default Press [MENU] Press [SET&CLEAR] Press [SET DEFLTS] Press [OK] Default values are as follows.
ITEM CLIP HANDLE PREROLL WIND SPEED & MODE WHEEL DEFAULT FAST JOG SPEED STANDARD AUTO SAVE CLIP OUT PLAYLIST OUT MAV CONFIG Default Value 5 sec 00:00:05:00 +04, HOLD JOG 03 x PLAY SPEED NTSC OFF FREEZE FREEZE 2 PGM w/ EFX Explanation When you create a clip, clip handle is added before IN point and after OUT point for trimming. Pre-roll time for [ALT]+[NEXT] or [LAST] Speed for [REW] or [FWD]. You can choose from HOLD and LATCH. The mode DMAT enters when the Jog Wheel is moved. You can select between Jog and Fast Jog. Acceleration speed in FAST JOG NTSC(525/60) or PAL(625/50) A clip is saved automatically after you press [OUT] when ON is selected on this item. Clip play back stops at the OUT point when FREEZE is selected. Playlist play back stops at the OUT point of the last clip when FREEZE is selected. You can choose configuration from 2 PGM w/EFX, 2 PGM no EFX, PGM & PVW, 1PGM and Super Slomo.

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4.6 Clear CLIP and PLAYLIST information from DMAT CLIP and PLAYLIST information inside DMAT is non-volatile. You need to clear this old data, before you start recording. To clear CLIP and PLAYLIST information from DMAT Press [MENU] Press [SET&CLEAR] Press [CLEAR MEMORY] Press [OK] Press [OK] 4.7 Decide Loop Recording Length 4.7.1 Max. Recording Time Here is Max. recording time. You can get this number when there is no material in MAV555. You must choose 16bits for Audio bit length at MENU028 to get this recording time, when you select 30Mbps of video picture quality.
Max. Recording Time MAV555/18 MAV555/36 30Mbps 9H40M 19H20M 40Mbps 7H20M 14H40M 50Mbps 5H40M 11H20M

4.7.2 Total Remaining Time and Loop Recording Length When there are some materials in MAV555, remaining time is shorter than that of above. To get Total Remaining Time Press [TOTAL/REMAIN] on the Meter Panel. Total Remaining Time is shared between two channels of Loop Recording and CLIPs. You must decide Loop Recording Length before start recording. Example: MAV555/18, bit rate is 50Mbps, Total Remaining Time is 05:40:00:00. If a game duration is 2H15M, you can use the number 02:15:00:00 as Loop Recording Length when you start recording with DMAT. If a game might be longer than 2H50M, and you will create 1 hour of CLIPs, you can use the number 02:20:00:00 as Loop Recording Length when you start recording with DMAT. You can gain Total Remaining Time by deleting materials as described at Chapter 4.4, or by changing bit rate of video quality as following. You can choose video compression bit rate from 30, 40 and 50Mbps. You need to calculate remaining time at another bit rate with proportion, because total remaining time is displayed based on current bit rate. 50Mbps picture quality is superb like Digital-Betacam. Even 30Mbps picture has good enough quality depending on S/N and complexity of incoming video. Total Remaining Time is not updated until rebooting after changing bitrate. To change video compression rate Press [MENU] Rotate VIDEO PROCESS knob and select MENU 035 VIDEO COMP RATE Choose bit rate from 30, 40 and 50 Reboot MAV555 4.7.3 Remaining Time on the DMAT Remaining time is displayed on top of the DMAT LCD. Accurate remaining time is established when the new recording is started on the DMAT (see Section 4.8). It gets updated every time a clip is created or deleted from the MAV-555 using the DMAT. Playlists dont take up any space on the hard drive so playlist manipulations dont affect Remaining Time.

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4.8 Start Recording with DMAT To start recording With MAV555 Meter Panel Confirm if REMOTE is selected at R1, R2, P1 and P2 on the Meter Panel of MAV555. With DMAT Press [MENU] Press [RECORD SETUP] Press [NEW R1 CLIP] Enter Material Name for recording with a PC keyboard or numeric keypad of DMAT. (Example, 001) Press [ENTER] The display shows the current Record Loop Length. Type a new record loop length with numeric keypad of DMAT, then press [ENTER]. Press [NEW R2 CLIP] Enter Material Name for recording with a PC keyboard or numeric keypad of DMAT. (Example, 002) Press [ENTER] The display shows the current Record Loop Length. Press [ENTER] Press [START RECORD] Confirm if recording started on Meter Panel of MAV555. Press [ESC] twice to come back to main screen.

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5. Operation
With a combination of MAV555 and DMAT controller, you can perform the following functions while recording. Instant Replay Mark Cue points and cue up Create and Play a CLIP Create and Play a PLAYLIST In this manual, operation based on 2 PGM w/EFX is described mainly. Some operations are different depending on each system configuration. 5.1 Operating Mode DMAT has four operating modes, EE, PB, CP and PL mode. Mode is displayed at the top line of the LCD of DMAT. You must understand clearly what you can do in each mode and how to move to another mode. Please refer to following chart regarding mode transition. EE mode While watching EE video, you can do the following. Mark CUE Create a CLIP based on EE video Create a PLAYLIST PB mode You can access to recorded material with PLAY/JOG/SHUTTLE/FF/REW/SLOW. Slow Replay Jump to CUE point Jump to specified Time Code Create a CLIP based on PB Create a PLAYLIST CP mode You can trim, manage and play a CLIP. You can create up to 400 CLIPs (from 000 to 399). Recall a CLIP Play a CLIP Trim a CLIP Name/Delete/Copy/Protect a CLIP Create a PLAYLIST PL mode Though you can create a PLAYLIST in any mode, you can edit and play a PLAYLIST in PL mode. You can create up to 12 PLAYLIST (LIST00 to LIST11), and each PLAYLIST can have up to 30 elements. Create a PLAYLIST Edit a PLAYLIST Play a PLAYLIST

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Mode Transition
NEXT/LAST JOG/SHUTTLE (SLOW) GOTO

EE

REC RECALL_CLIP

PB

REC RECALL_CLIP REC

GOTO CUE_LIST

CUE_LIST

CUE_LIST

CP/SP

RECALL_CLIP

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5.2 GANG control and Independent control You can control P1 port and P2 port simultaneously. To control P1 and P2 simultaneously Press [GANG] Confirm if LED is ON at [GANG]. If not, Press [GANG] again. As gang is established, it may be desirable to maintain a constant offset between two ganged channels. In some transport modes (Fast Jog, Shuttle) the channels may go out of sync, i.e. the offset between two ganged channels may be off. To put the channels into Sync again, press [SHIFT] + [STOP]. The channels get into Sync (slave channel goes to masters channel Timecode). You can control P1 port or P2 port independently. To control P1 and P2 independently Confirm if LED is OFF at [GANG]. If not, Press [GANG] To control P1 Press [P1] To control P2 Press [P2] You can swap output video between Camera-1 and Camera-2 in EE, PB and CP mode. To swap output video Press [SWAP] Left part of a top line on LCD displays P1 output status, and right part displays P2 output status. Example 1: P1 output is EE of Camera-1, P2 output is EE of Camera-2. PGM1 EE 00:00:12.34 PGM2 EE 00:00:12.34

Example 2: P1 output is PB of Camera-1, P2 output is EE of Camera-2. PGM1 PB 00:00:12.34 PGM2 EE 00:00:12.34

Example 3: P1 output is CLIP of Camera-1, P2 output is CLIP of Camera-2. PGM1 CP 00:00:12.34 PGM2 CP 00:00:12.34

Example 4: P1 output is CLIP of Camera-2, P2 output is CLIP of Camera-1. PGM2 CP 00:00:12.34 PGM1 CP 00:00:12.34

Example 5: P1 output is PB of Camera-2, P2 output is EE of Camera-1. PGM2 PB 00:00:12.34 PGM1 EE 00:00:12.34

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5.3 EE (in any mode) To get EE video and audio Press [REC] EE is displayed at the top line of LCD to show that it is EE-mode. 5.4 Instant Replay (in EE or PB mode) To start replay in EE-mode Rotate JOG DIAL You can start JOG at the latest recorded video. PB is displayed at the top line to show that it is PB-mode. In PB mode, you can access to any point in the recorded material. [RWD], [FFWD], [STOP], [PLAY], [SHUT], [SLOMO] T-Bar is available in PB-mode. To catch up latest recorded video in PB mode Press [SHIFT] + [FFWD] MAV555 plays back latest recorded video in normal speed. (There is 2.5 sec latency between EE and latest play back video.) To start slow replay Move T-bar or Press [SLOMO] To reverse while slow replay Press and Hold [REV] To set T-bar speed Press [SHIFT]+ Move T-bar FAST JOG is convenient to search a scene, because you can do JOG 3, 5 or 10 times faster than normal JOG. Speed for FAST JOG is defined at setup of DMAT. To do FAST JOG Press [JOG] or Rotate JOG dial LED at JOG is ON to show that you are in normal JOG mode. Press [JOG] LED at JOG Flashes to show that you are in FAST JOG mode. Rotate JOG dial for FAST JOG Press [JOG] LED at JOG is ON to show that you are in normal JOG mode. To do PRE ROLL Pre Roll Time is defined at setup of DMAT. Press [ALT] + [LAST] Do Pre Roll by the time defined at setup. Press [ALT] + [NEXT] Do Pre Roll by the double time defined at setup.

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5.5 CUE POINT To Mark CUE POINT based on recording time code in EE, PB or CP mode Press [MARK] You can see a new Cue Point in the CUE LIST at the top right part of the LCD. Cue point is incremented automatically when you press [MARK] and there are 8 cyclic Cue Points. To Cue up to current CUE POINT just after Mark the Cue Point in EE or PB mode Press [NEXT] or [LAST] To Cue up to current CUE POINT in EE or PB mode Press [SHIFT]+[NEXT] or [SHIFT]+[LAST] To Cue up to next CUE POINT in EE or PB mode Press [NEXT] To Cue up to previous CUE POINT in EE or PB mode Press [LAST] To Cue up to a specified CUE POINT in EE or PB mode Enter Cue number with numeric Key Pad Press [NEXT] or [LAST] 5.6 CUE UP with Time Code (in EE or PB-mode) To Cue up with Time Code Enter Time code with numeric Key Pad Press [GOTO]

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5.7 CREATE a CLIP (in EE, PB or CP-mode) You can create up to 400 CLIPs (from 000 to 399) with IN and OUT point information. To Create a CLIP in EE-mode Press [IN] (You can press [IN] again to change IN point) Press [OUT] (You can press [OUT] again to change IN point) Press [SAVE CLIP] You can see a new CLIP in the CLIP list at the left part of the LCD. Next empty CLIP number is allocated automatically when you press [SAVE CLIP]. When a CLIP is created, it is protected from overwriting of loop recording. DMAT adds handles before IN point and after OUT point for trimming. Handle size is defined at set up of DMAT. When you press [SAVE CLIP], DMAT creates clips on both Camera-1 and Camera-2. When the CLIP number is 001, 1001 is a CLIP based on Camera-1 and 2001 is a CLIP based on Camera-2. If P1 is selected when you create a CLIP, CLIP1001 is a primary clip, and CLIP2001 is a secondary clip. Please Refer 5.8 and 5.14. To Create a CLIP in PB-mode Search IN point with JOG, [RWD] or [FFWD] Press [IN] Search OUT point with JOG, [RWD] or [FFWD] Press [OUT] Press [SAVE CLIP] To save a clip to a specified CLIP number in EE or PB-mode Enter CLIP number with numeric Key Pad Press [SAVE CLIP] You will overwrite a CLIP if there is an existing CLIP where you specified. While cueing up in PB or CP mode, you can create a CLIP based on recording time code watching feed video, without disturbing cued up video. To create a CLIP based on recording time code in PB or CP mode Press [ALT]+[IN] Press [ALT]+[OUT] Press [ALT]+[SAVE CLIP] Op. Mode for P1 CLIP Info And CLIP LIST Op. Mode for P2 CUE LIST

PLAYLIST

LCD of DMAT When [P1] is selected, CLIP info and list by Camera-1 is displayed at CLIP Info and CLIP LIST. When [P2] is selected, CLIP info and list by Camera-2 is displayed at CLIP Info and CLIP LIST.

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5.8 RECALL a CLIP (in any mode) You can play, trim and delete a CLIP in CP-mode. To recall a current selected clip Press [RECALL CLIP] The CLIP is cued up. CP is displayed at the top line to show that it is in CP-mode. Output video is swapped when [RECALL CLIP] is pressed again at the current CLIP. To recall a next CLIP in CP mode Press [NEXT] When you press [NEXT] successively, you can select a CLIP without cueing unnecessary CLIPs. To recall a previous CLIP in CP mode Press [LAST] When you press [LAST] successively, you can select a CLIP without cueing unnecessary CLIPs. To recall a specified CLIP Enter CLIP number with numeric Key Pad Press [RECALL CLIP] In independent control mode, primary clip is recalled. In GANG mode, both primary clip and secondary clip are recalled. To recall a secondary CLIP Press [RECALL CLIP] In independent control mode, secondary clip is recalled. In GANG mode, primary clip and secondary clip are swapped. You can use JOG dial to choose a CLIP. To scroll CLIPs in CP mode Press [SCROLL] Rotate JOG dial, then you can scroll CLIPs MAV555 cues up to the CLIP when you stop scrolling. Press any key except [SCROLL] to get out of SCROLL 5.9 CUE UP to IN or OUT point of a CLIP (in CP mode) To cue up to IN point after recalling a CLIP in CP mode Press [SHIFT]+[IN] To cue up to OUT point after recalling a CLIP in CP mode Press [SHIFT]+[OUT]

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5.10 TRIM a CLIP (in CP mode) DMAT adds handles before IN point and after OUT point for trimming when a CLIP is saved. You can modify IN or OUT point including handles. To modify IN point after recalling a CLIP Search IN point with JOG or FAST JOG Press [IN] Press [SAVE CLIP] To modify OUT point after recalling a CLIP Search OUT point with JOG or FAST JOG Press [OUT] Press [SAVE CLIP] NOTE: When DMAT firmware is lower than ver 4.0 040501, following operation is necessary before search IN or OUT point. To delete IN or OUT point Press [DEL]+[IN] or Press [DEL]+[OUT] 5.11 NAME, DELETE, COPY and PROTECT a CLIP (in CP mode) To Name a CLIP Recall a CLIP you want to name Press [NAME CLIP] Enter a CLIP name with PC Keyboard or numeric Key Pad of DMAT Press [ESC] To Assign a Default Name to a CLIP You can specify a Default Name that gets assigned to a clip when it gets created. To create a Default name Press [NAME CLIP] Press [DEFLT NAME] Enter a CLIP name using PC Keyboard or DMAT numeric Key Pad Press [ESC] To Delete a CLIP Recall a CLIP you want to delete Press [DEL]+[SAVE CLIP] Press [OK] Protected CLIP or CLIP that is in a PLAYLIST can not be deleted. To Copy a CLIP Recall a CLIP you want to copy Enter a destination CLIP number Press [SAVE CLIP] All CLIPs are protected from overwriting of loop recording. You can set protection against DELETE a CLIP operation. To Protect a CLIP Recall a CLIP you want to protect Press [SHIFT]+[SAVE CLIP] You will see a letter P at the CLIP you protected in a CLIP list.

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To Unprotect a CLIP Recall a CLIP you want to unprotect Press [SHIFT]+[SAVE CLIP] You will see a letter P is erased at the CLIP you protected in a CLIP list. [SHIFT]+[SAVE CLIP] is a toggled operation 5.12 SELECT a PLAYLIST (in any mode) DMAT has 30 PLAYLISTs, from LIST00 to LIST29. LIST number is shown at bottom right part of LCD. You need to select a PLAYLIST before you manipulate a PLAYLIST. To select a PLAYLIST in any mode Enter a PLAYLIST number with numeric Key Pad from 0 to 29. Press [GOTO LIST] 5.13 CLEAR a PLAYLIST (in EE, PB or CP mode) You can clear a PLAYLIST with one operation. To clear a PLAYLIST You must be in EE, PB or CP mode. You cannot clear a PLAYLIST in PL mode. Select a PLAYLIST you want to clear Press [SHIFT]+[DEL ELEMENT] 5.14 CREATE a PLAYLIST (in any mode) A PLAYLIST consists of CLIPs. One PLAYLIST can have up to 60 elements of clips. You can create a PLAYLIST in any mode. To prepare creating a PLAYLIST Select a PLAYLIST Clear a PLAYLIST if necessary To add a current CLIP into the last element of the PLAYLIST Press [ADD ELEMENT] To insert a current CLIP into the previous element of the PLAYLIST Press [INS ELEMENT] To add a specified CLIP into the last element of the PLAYLIST Enter CLIP number with numeric Key Pad of DMAT Press [ADD ELEMENT] You can add CLIP 1001 by 1 [ADD ELEMENT], if CLIP1001 is a primary CLIP. You can add CLIP 2001 by 2001 [ADD ELEMENT], if CLIP2001 is a secondary CLIP. To insert a specified CLIP into the previous element of the PLAYLIST Enter CLIP number with numeric Key Pad of DMAT Press [INS ELEMENT] To delete a current element of the PLAYLIST Press [DEL ELEMENT]

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5.15 PLAYBACK a PLAYLIST To cue up to the PLAYLIST in any mode Press [CUE LIST] PL is displayed at the top left corner of LCD to show that it is in PL-mode. To play the PLAYLIST in PL mode Press [PLAY] To go to next element immediately while play back a PLAYLIST (2PGM w/EFX or PGM/PVW only) Press [NEXT] To cancel next element while play back a PLAYLIST (2PGM w/EFX or PGM/PVW only) Press [SKIP] 5.16 EDIT a PLAYLIST (in PL mode) You must be in PL mode to edit a PLAYLIST. To select an ELEMENT in a PLAYLIST Press [NEXT] or [LAST] You can apply [DEL ELEMENT], [ADD ELEMENT] and [INS ELEMENT] to the selected ELEMENT. You can also change the IN or OUT point of any element in the playlist. To make a clip smaller, simply position the clip at the desired point and press [IN] ([OUT]) key. The LED above the [IN] ([OUT]) key turns ON indicating the new IN (OUT) marked. For 2PGM w/EFX and PGM/PVW modes, making a clip bigger requires the same operation. (The maximum size of the element can be element size + IN handle + OUT handle). For other configuration, first delete IN (OUT) point by pressing [DEL] + [IN] ([DEL] + [OUT]) then mark the new IN (OUT) point. Press [IN] ([OUT]). To add a transition between elements in a PLAYLIST (2PGM w/EFX or PGM/PVW only) Press [EDIT EFFECTS] Press [DEFLT MIX], [DEFLT WIPE] or enter transition type number and transition time Press [ASSIGN] Transition will be between after OUT point of current ELEMENT and after IN point of next ELEMENT.
IN point OUT point

ELEMENT-1
Transition

ELEMENT-2

IN point

OUT point

NOTE: The element must be >10 frames long to be able to add a transition before or after it.

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To assign different durations for audio and video transitions Press [EDID EFFECTS] Press [DEFLT MIX], [DEFLT WIPE] or Enter Transition type number and time Press [AV SPLIT] Type in a duration for an audio transition Press [ASSIGN] NOTE: Audio and video transitions always start at the same time. To change playback speed Press [SPEED SELECT] Move T-bar to select speed Press [ENTER] or press [NEXT] or [LAST] to assign speed to the next/previous element. NOTE: Put T-bar to STILL position to delete the speed associated with the element. 5.17 [LAST] and [NEXT] [LAST] and [NEXT] have multi-functions depending on mode. In EE or PB mode Cue up to PREVIOUS CUE or NEXT CUE In CP mode Recall PREVIOUS CLIP or NEXT CLIP In PL mode Move to PREVIOUS ELEMENT or NEXT ELEMENT in a PLAYLIST. [SHIFT] + [LAST] moves to the first element of the list, [SHIFT] + NEXT] moves to the last. 5.18 Browse List (for 2PGM w/EFX, PGM/PVW Conf) If the Browse mode is on, jogging through the playlist will Skip IN (OUT) handles. After passing the OUT point of the element, the video will automatically be positioned at the IN point of the next element. If Browse is OFF, jogging will include handles. Press [BROWSE LIST] key to toggle browse mode ON/OFF. 5.19 SPLIT SCREEN (in CP and PB mode for 2 PGM w/EFX, PGM/PVW Only) Press [ALT] + [SPLIT] softkey (Softkey 6) to enter Split Screen mode. Its only available in PB or CP mode. Left side of the screen has P1s video. Right side of the screen has P2s video. To look at a different part of the screen Press [MOVE LEFT] ([MOVE RIGHT]) Turn the Jog Wheel The different part of the frame will appear in the left (right) part of the screen as you turn the wheel. Press [ESC] to leave positioning mode. In Split Screen you can control the left part of the screen after pressing [P1], the right part of the screen after pressing [P2], or both parts simultaneously after pressing [GANG]. To leave Split Screen Mode Press [REC] to go to EE mode Press [CUE LIST] to cueup a Playlist
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5.20 Function Table


Current Operation Mode EE T-bar or [SLOMO] [SHIFT]+ T-bar [PLAY] DIAL [SHUT], DIAL [FFWD] [RWD] [MARK] [LAST] [NEXT] Num + [LAST] Num + [NEXT] Time Code + [GOTO] [IN] [OUT] [SAVE CLIP] Num + [SAVE CLIP] [RECALL CLIP] Num + [RECALL CLIP] [SHIFT] + [IN] [SHIFT] + [OUT] [ADD ELEM] Num + [ADD ELEM] [INS ELEM] Num + [INS ELEM] [DEL ELEM] [SHIFT] + [DEL ELEM] Num + [GOTO LIST] [SHIFT] + [GOTO LIST] [CUE LIST] [ALT] + [SPLIT] [ALT] + [LAST] [ALT] + [NEXT] [SCROLL] Function Slow Set slow speed Play latest Jog Shuttle FFWD RWD Mark Cue Goto Current Cue Goto Current Cue Goto Cue Goto Cue Goto TC Mark IN Point Mark OUT Point Save CLIP Save CLIP Recall CLIP Recall CLIP Goto IN Goto OUT Add Element Add Element Insert Element Insert Element Delete Element Clear PLAYLIST Goto PLAYLIST Goto next Playlist Cue Up Playlist Split Screen Preroll Decible Preroll Scroll CLIP Next Mode PB EE PB PB PB PB PB EE PB PB PB PB PB EE EE EE EE CP CP PB PB EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE PL PB PB PB CP Function Description Slow Set slow speed Playback latest incoming feed Jog latest incoming feed Shuttle latest incoming feed FFWD latest incoming feed RWD latest incoming feed Mark REC TC into a next cue point Cue up to current CUE point Cue up to current CUE point Cue up to specified CUE point Cue up to specified CUE point Cue up to specified time code Mark IN POINT of a CLIP Mark OUT POINT of a CLIP Save a CLIP Save a CLIP to specified position Recall a current CLIP Recall a specified CLIP Cue up to IN point Cue up to OUT point Add current CLIP to a PLAYLIST Add specified CLIP to a PLAYLIST Insert current CLIP to a PLAYLIST Insert specified CLIP to a PLAYLIST Delete current element Clear current PLAYLIST Go to specified PLAYLIST Go to next PLAYLIST Cue up to top of the current PLAYLIST Shows P1 picture on the left, P2 on the right Cue up to Current Time Preroll Value Cue up to Current Time Preroll Value 2 Scroll and cue up a CLIP

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Current Operation Mode PB [REC] [PLAY] T-bar or [SLOMO] [SHIFT] + T-bar T-bar + [REV] DIAL [JOG] in Jog mode [SHUT] + DIAL [FFWD] [SHIFT] + [FFWD] [RWD] [MARK] [LAST] [NEXT]

Function E to E Play Slow Set Slow Speed Slow Reverse Jog FAST JOG Shuttle FFWD Play latest RWD Mark Cue Goto Last Cue Goto Next Cue

Next Mode EE PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB CP CP PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PB PL PB CP

Function Description Go to EE mode Play incoming feed Slow incoming feed Set slow speed Slow reverse incoming feed Jog incoming feed Fast Jog Shuttle incoming feed FFWD incoming feed Playback latest incoming feed RWD incoming feed Mark REC TC into a next cue point Cue up to last CUE point. Cue up to current CUE point just after [MARK] Cue up to next CUE point. Cue up to current CUE point just after [MARK] Cue up to current CUE point Cue up to specified CUE point Cue up to specified Time Code Pre-Roll by the time defined at setup Pre-Roll by the double time defined at setup Mark IN POINT of a CLIP based on PB TC Mark OUT POINT of a CLIP based on PB TC Save a CLIP Save a CLIP to specified position Mark IN POINT of a CLIP based on REC TC Mark OUT POINT of a CLIP based on REC TC Save a CLIP created by [ALT][IN] and [ALT][OUT] Recall a current CLIP Recall a specified CLIP Cue up to IN point Cue up to OUT point Add current CLIP to a PLAYLIST Add specified CLIP to a PLAYLIST Insert current CLIP to a PLAYLIST Insert specified CLIP to a PLAYLIST Delete current element Clear current PLAYLIST Change to specified PLAYLIST Cue up to Top of the current PLAYLIST Shows P1 picture on the left, P2 on the right Scroll and cue up a CLIP

[SHIFT] + [LAST] or Goto Current Cue [NEXT] Num + [LAST] or [NEXT] Goto Cue Time Code + [GOTO] [ALT] + [LAST] [ALT] + [NEXT] [IN] [OUT] [SAVE CLIP] Num + [SAVE CLIP] [ALT] + [IN] [ALT] + [OUT] [ALT] + [SAVE CLIP] [RECALL CLIP] Num + [RECALL CLIP] [SHIFT] + [IN] [SHIFT] + [OUT] [ADD ELEM] Num + [ADD ELEM] [INS ELEM] Num + [INS ELEM] [DEL ELEM] [SHIFT] + [DEL ELEM] Num + [GOTO LIST] [CUE LIST] [ALT] + [SPLIT] [SCROLL] Goto TC Pre Roll Pre Roll Mark IN Point Mark OUT Point Save CLIP Save CLIP Mark IN Point Mark OUT Point Save CLIP Recall CLIP Recall CLIP Goto IN Goto OUT Add Element Add Element Insert Element Insert Element Delete Element Clear PLAYLIST Goto PLAYLIST Cue Up Playlist Split Screen Scroll CLIP

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Current Operation Mode CP [REC] [PLAY] T-bar or [SLOMO] [SHIFT] + T-bar T-bar + [REV] DIAL [SHUT] + DIAL [FFWD] [RWD] [MARK] [LAST] [NEXT] [SCROLL] Time Code + [GOTO] [NAME CLIP] [SHIFT] + [SAVE CLIP] [DEL] + [SAVE CLIP] [IN] [OUT] [SAVE CLIP] Num + [SAVE CLIP] [ALT] + [IN] [ALT] + [OUT] [ALT] + [SAVE CLIP] [RECALL CLIP] Num + [RECALL CLIP] [SHIFT] + [IN] [SHIFT] + [OUT] [ADD ELEM] Num + [ADD ELEM] [INS ELEM] Num + [INS ELEM] [DEL ELEM] [SHIFT] + [DEL ELEM] Num + [GOTO LIST] [SHIFT] + [GOTO LIST] [CUE LIST] [ALT] + [SPLIT]

Function E to E Play Slow Set Slow Speed Slow Reverse Jog Shuttle FFWD RWD Mark Cue Goto Last CLIP Goto Next CLIP Scroll CLIP Goto TC Name CLIP Protect CLIP Delete CLIP Mark IN Mark Out Save CLIP Copy CLIP Mark IN Point Mark OUT Point Save CLIP Recall CLIP Recall CLIP Goto IN Goto OUT Add Element Add Element Insert Element Insert Element Delete Element Clear PLAYLIST Goto PLAYLIST Goto next Playlist Cue Up Playlist Split Screen

Next Mode EE CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP PB CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP CP PL PB

Function Description Go to EE mode Play CLIP Slow CLIP Set slow speed Slow reverse CLIP Jog CLIP Shuttle CLIP FFWD CLIP RWD CLIP Mark REC TC into a next cue point Cue up to last CLIP Cue up to next CLIP Scroll and cue up a CLIP Cue up to specified Time Code Name a CLIP Protect a CLIP, ON/OFF toggled Delete a CLIP Mark IN point based on PB TC Mark OUT point based on PB TC Save a CLIP Save a CLIP to specified position Mark IN POINT of a CLIP based on REC TC Mark OUT POINT of a CLIP based on REC TC Save a CLIP created by [ALT][IN] and [ALT][OUT] Recall a current CLIP Recall a specified CLIP Cue Up to IN point Cue Up to OUT point Add current CLIP to a PLAYLIST Add specified CLIP to a PLAYLIST Insert current CLIP to a PLAYLIST Insert specified CLIP to a PLAYLIST Delete current element Clear current PLAYLIST Go to specified PLAYLIST Go to next PLAYLIST Cue up to top of the current PLAYLIST Shows P1 picture on the left, P2 on the right

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Current Operation Mode PL [REC] [PLAY] T-bar or [SLOMO] [SHIFT] + T-bar T-bar + [REV] DIAL [SHUT] + DIAL [FFWD] [RWD] [MARK] [LAST] [NEXT] [NEXT] [SKIP] [ALT] + [IN] [ALT] + [OUT] [ALT] + [SAVE CLIP] [RECALL CLIP] Num + [RECALL CLIP] [ADD ELEM] Num + [ADD ELEM] [INS ELEM] Num + [INS ELEM] [DEL ELEM] Num + [GOTO LIST] [SHIFT]+[GOTO LIST] [CUE LIST] [IN] [OUT] [DEL] + [IN] [DEL] + [OUT] [SHIFT] + [LAST] [SHIFT] + [NEXT]

Function E to E Play PLAYLIST Slow PLAYLIST Set slow speed Slow PLAYLIST Jog Shuttle FFWD RWD Mark Cue Cue to prev. Element Cue to next Element Go to next Element Skip next Element Mark IN Point Mark OUT Point Save CLIP Recall CLIP Recall CLIP Add Element Add Element Insert Element Insert Element Delete Element Goto PLAYLIST Goto next Playlist Cue Up Playlist Mark IN Mark OUT Delete IN Delete OUT Cue to first Element Cue to last Element

Next Mode EE PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL CP CP PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL

Function Description Go to EE mode Play PLAYLIST Slow PLAYLIST Set slow speed Slow reverse PLAYLIST Jog PLAYLIST Shuttle PLAYLIST FFWD PLAYLIST RWD PLAYLIST Mark REC TC into a next cue point Cue up to previous Element in a PLAYLIST Cue up to next Element in a PLAYLIST when not playing back a PLAYLIST Go to the next element immediately during play back a PLAYLIST Skip next element during play back a PLAYLIST Mark IN POINT of a CLIP Mark OUT POINT of a CLIP Save a CLIP Recall a current CLIP Recall a specified CLIP Add current CLIP to a PLAYLIST Add specified CLIP to a PLAYLIST Insert current CLIP to a PLAYLIST Insert specified CLIP to a PLAYLIST Delete current element Go to specified PLAYLIST Go to next PLAYLIST Cue up to Top of the current PLAYLIST Edits the IN point for current Element Edits the OUT point for current Element Sets the IN point at the IN handle Sets the OUT point at the OUT handle Cue up to the first PLAYLIST Element Cues up to the last PLAYLIST Element

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6. Melting and Tear Down


6.1 Stop Recording with DMAT To stop recording With DMAT Press [MENU] Press [RECORD SETUP] Press [STOP RECORD] Press [ESC] twice to come back to main screen 6.2 Melting Materials to Tape Use a PLAYLIST to create a melting material. 6.3 Power Off MAV555 and DMAT To Power OFF MAV555 Power switch of MAV555 is located behind a control panel. You can turn off the switch at any time. To Power OFF DMAT Use AC cable to turn on/off DMAT. DMAT does not have a power switch. Do not hot plug/unplug D-sub connector of power at the rear panel of DMAT. There is no special procedure for MAV555 and DMAT to power on and off.

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7. Hardware Configuration and Firmware of MAV555


7.1 Hardware Configuration
Model Name MAV555 BKMA505 BKMA510 BKMA520 BKMA560 BKMA561 BKMA511 BKMA512 BKMA570 # for 2in 2out 1 1 1 0 1 (1) 2 2 1 # for 3in 1out 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 Description MAV555/18 or MAV555/36 Control Panel Input and Output processing board Input port processing board 2D Video Effect board 3D Video Effect daughter board AD DA Analog Audio Break Out Box

MAV555 You can choose from MAV555/18 or MAV555/36. The difference is just recording time. MAV555/09 or MAV555/18 can be upgraded to MAV555/36.
Max. Recording Time MAV555/18 MAV555/36 30Mbps 9H40M 19H20M 40Mbps 7H20M 14H40M 50Mbps 5H40M 11H20M

BKMA560 BKMA560 is a 2D video effect board. You can add an effect transition between CLIPs in a PLAYLIST. Video Effect patterns is described in appendix. BKMA561 BKMA561 is a 3D video effect daughter board on BKMA560. appendix. Video Effect patterns is described in

BKMA511 BKMA511 is AD board. One board is necessary per input port. You need to install BKMA511 even if you need only analog audio, because BKMA511 handles video and audio. BKMA512 BKMA512 is DA board. One board is necessary per input port. You need to install BKMA512 even if you need only analog audio, because BKMA512 handles video and audio. One of two analog composite outputs of BKMA512 has super-imposition capability, though SDI output does not have super-imposition. 7.2 Firmware Configuration Ver2.10 or Ver2.20 of MAV555 can provide all functions described in this manual. When you need to check the exact firmware version of your MAV555, please refer to Appendix-1 Ver 2.10
CPM CPS DM EM FM TM PU EF33 (BKMA560) 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 2.10 1.25 1.12 (ROM)

Ver2.20
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8. Hardware Configuration and Firmware of DMAT


8.1 Hardware "DMAT-MAV-T" is a product name. "DMAT" stands for "Don't Miss A Thing". "T" shows T-bar (for slow motion) model. DMAT is a standalone controller. Any other option is not necessary. But please prepare a PC keyboard to name CLIPs, though you can name numeric name without a keyboard. A keyboard is not included in DMAT. 8.2 Firmware You can check version number of DMAT when you press [MENU] on DMAT. Please press [ESC] to escape from menu screen. Ver 4.0, 100501 is recommended. Difference of function is as follows. WARNING: ALL DMAT versions require MAV-555 firmware v2.10 or higher. Ver4.0, 050401
MAV Configuration Number of Playlists 2PGM w/EFX, 2PGM no EFX, PGM/PVW, 1PGM, SSM 12 (from 00 to 11)

Ver4.0, 062201
2PGM w/EFX, 2PGM no EFX, PGM/PVW, 1PGM, SSM, 3in1out 20 (from 00 to 19)

Ver4.0, 100501
2PGM w/EFX, 2PGM no EFX, PGM/PVW, 1PGM, SSM, 3in1out 30 lists / 60 clips

When you change a ROM of DMAT, you need to execute CLEAR MEMORY after changing a ROM. Press [MENU] Press [SET&CLEAR] Press [CLEAR MEMORY] Press [OK] Press [OK] Also execute Set Defaults. Press [MENU] Press [SET & CLEAR] Press [SET DEFLTS] Press [OK] Press [OK] Verify the right MAV config. and other user settings.

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9. Wire Connection
9.1 RS422
DMAT VTR4 VTR1 VTR5 VTR2 MAV555 R1 P1 R2 P2

9.2 Video SDI output does not have time code superimposition capability. B port of Analog composite output has time code superimposition capability. 9.3 Audio You can use AES/EBU, SDI embedded or Analog as audio I/O. Please use BKMA570 (Analog Audio Expansion box) for Analog Audio I/O. 9.4 Monitor Output of Video and Audio There are one SDI video output, one Analog Composite video output and one stereo pair of Analog Audio output for monitoring. All these outputs follow port selection on a control panel or meter panel. Both SDI and Analog Composite Monitor Output have time code superimposition capability. To turn on the character on the monitor output, there is a switch behind a control panel. If you want house time code superimposed on EtoE video, you need to use monitor output as R1 monitor. Monitor Output is also used to display setup MENU items. 9.5 Time Code Input House Time Code should be fed into SYSTEM-TC input on a rear panel of MAV555. A connector for time code is BNC not XLR. When you select MENU670 and 671 to SYSTEM TC, the TC fed into SYSTEM-TC is used for both R1 and R2 LTC. 9.6 Wiring Please refer Fig. 9-1, 9-2 and 9-3 for wiring chart. 9.7 OSD Display Connect a composite video source from P1 into REF VIDEO IN connector on the back of the DMAT using a BNC cable. Connect a monitor to an OSD OUT connector on the back of the DMAT using a BNC cable. The OSD provides basic information about loaded clips, mode of DMAT channels, Remaining Time, Speed and Running Time.

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Analog Audio - CAM1 Analog Audio - CAM2 XLR cable

R1 R2 XLR cable Special cable

P1

Analog Audio - OUT1/PGM XLR cable Analog Audio - OUT2/PVW

BKMA570

P2 XLR cable

SDI or Comp

CAMERA1

Video In R1
SDI or Comp

Video Out P1-B (Comp) Video Out P2-B (Comp) MAV555 BKMA505 BKMA510 BKMA511 (x2) BKMA512 (x2) BKMA560 (BKMA561) Video Out Mon (SDI or Comp)
Audio Out: Mon/L Audio Out: Mon/R

Comp MONITOR BNC cable Comp BNC cable SDI or Comp BNC cable MONITOR SP SP SDI or Comp BNC cable SDI or Comp BNC cable MONITOR PGM2 / PVW PGM1 / PGM

BNC cable

SDI or Comp

CAMERA2

Video In R2
SDI or Comp

BNC cable

Monitor

House Time Code

LTC BNC cable Reference BNC cable

TC In
System

Black Burst

Ref In

Video Out P1-A (SDI or Comp) Video Out P2-A (SDI or Comp)

PGM1 / PGM

PGM2 / PVW

Remote R1 P1 R2 P2
RS422 cable

1 5 2 DMAT Controller

Keyboard

Fig. 9-1 Wiring for 2in 2out w/ 1 DMAT

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Analog Audio - CAM1 Analog Audio - CAM2 XLR cable

R1 R2 XLR cable Special cable

P1

Analog Audio - OUT1/PGM XLR cable Analog Audio - OUT2/PVW

BKMA570

P2 XLR cable

SDI or Comp

CAMERA1

Video In R1
SDI or Comp

Video Out P1-B (Comp) Video Out P2-B (Comp) MAV555 BKMA505 BKMA510 BKMA511 (x2) BKMA512 (x2) Video Out Mon (SDI or Comp)
Audio Out: Mon/L Audio Out: Mon/R

Comp MONITOR BNC cable Comp BNC cable SDI or Comp BNC cable MONITOR SP SP SDI or Comp BNC cable SDI or Comp BNC cable MONITOR PGM2 PGM1

BNC cable

SDI or Comp

CAMERA2

Video In R2
SDI or Comp

BNC cable

Monitor

House Time Code

LTC BNC cable Reference BNC cable

TC In
System

Black Burst

Ref In

Video Out P1-A (SDI or Comp) Video Out P2-A (SDI or Comp)

PGM1

PGM2

Remote R1 P1
RS422 cable

Remote R2 P2
RS422 cable

Keyboard

4 1 DMAT Controller

5 2 DMAT Controller

Keyboard

Fig. 9-2 Wiring for 2in 2out w/ 2 DMAT

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Analog Audio - CAM1 Analog Audio - CAM2 XLR cable

R1 R2 XLR cable Special cable

P1

Analog Audio - OUT XLR cable

BKMA570

SDI or Comp

CAMERA1

Video In R1
SDI or Comp

BNC cable

Video Out P1-B (Comp)

Comp MONITOR BNC cable PGM

SDI or Comp

CAMERA2

Video In R2
SDI or Comp

BNC cable SDI

CAMERA3

Video In R3
SDI

BNC cable

Analog Audio CAM3

AD
LTC BNC cable Reference BNC cable

Audio In R3
AES/EBU

MAV555 BKMA505 BKMA520 BKMA511 (x2) BKMA512 (x1)

Video Out Mon (SDI or Comp)


Audio Out: Mon/L Audio Out: Mon/R

SDI or Comp BNC cable MONITOR

Monitor

SP SP SDI or Comp BNC cable

House Time Code

TC In
System

Video Out P1-A (SDI or Comp)

PGM

Black Burst

Ref In

Remote R1 P1 R2 IN4
RS422 cable

1 5 2 DMAT Controller

Keyboard

Fig. 9-3 Wiring for 3in 1out w/ 1 DMAT

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10. Trouble Shooting and Known Bugs


10.1 Trouble Shooting Manual - I cannot read a PDF of MAV555 or BKMA505 operation manual. Download Adobe Acrobat Reader ver4.0 and Asian Font (Japanese) from www.adobe.com, then install them on your PC. General - EtoE does not work correctly. Check if MENU109 of MAV555 is ON. - Playback of PLAYLIST does not work correctly. Check if MENU109 of MAV555 is ON. - Port Select Switch of both R1 and P1 is ON on the control panel and meter panel of MAV555. Check if MENU019 of MAV555 is PANEL. - Recording has stopped automatically. Delete material on R1 and R2 port with control panel, then start recording with DMAT. When remaining time becomes zero, MAV555 stops recording. You need to create remaining time by deleting material. - Something is wrong after switching Port Select Button. Reset DMAT. Switching Port Select Button affects internal routing and this makes mismatch of DMAT internal information. Current version of DMAT cannot recover from this situation. So reset of DMAT is necessary. - DMAT does not work correctly after loading other material on player port with control panel. RESET CLIPS on DMAT. When you press [MENU] on DMAT, you can see a material name on each port. Respective port requires same clip. When other material is loaded on player port, you need to reset it by following menu of DMAT. [MENU] / [SET&CLEAR] / [RESET CLIPS] 10.2 Known Bugs Some PC keyboards may not work with DMAT.

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11. FAQ
Q. What will happen, when power is off suddenly? A. All clips and materials are kept. DMAT keeps all clip and playlist information. Q. Can I use off the shelf HDD just in case? A. It might work, but Sony does not guarantee the functionality and specification.

12. Appendix
12.1 How to connect a PC with MAV555 via Ethernet Sometimes you need to connect a PC with MAV555 via Ethernet. Here is a procedure on how to connect and confirm a TCP/IP connection based on direct connection between MAV555 and PC, and also based on default value of IP (192.168.0.1) and Subnet Mask (255.255.255.0) of MAV555. You can check and change these values at MENU: 220 and 221.
1. Confirm IP and Subnet Mask of MAV555 2. Prepare a PC that has Ethernet capability 3. Set 192.168.0.2 to IP and 255.255.255.0 to Subnet Mask on the PC, then reboot PC 4. Connect PC and MAV555 via 10Base-T cross cable 5. Launch DOS Window on the PC 6. Type ping 192.168.0.1 (C/R) 7. Confirm if there is correct reply from MAV555

12.2 How to check MAV555 firmware version MAV555 consists of several CPUs and firmware version number stands for a set of firmware version of each CPU. Control Panel (BKMA505) displays firmware version of control panel only. When you need to confirm firmware version of each CPU, please process the following.
1. Confirm TCP/IP connection 2. Launch DOS Window on the PC 3. Type telnet 192.168.0.1 4. Type "ver" 5. MAV555 will reply version of FM, please take a note of this number. 6. Type "rlogin DM1" 7. Type "ver" 8. MAV555 will reply version of DM1, please take a note of this number. 9. Type "exit" 10. Type "rlogin DM2" 11. Type "ver" 12. MAV555 will reply version of DM2, please take a note of this number. 13. Type "exit" 14. Type "rlogin EM" 15. Type "ver" 16. MAV555 will reply version of EM, please take a note of this number. 17. Type "exit"

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. 12.3 Reset of DMAT DMAT soft reset: press reset hole on the rear panel. DMAT hard reset: unplug the AC cable from AC adapter and then reconnect it. All setup, CLIP information and PLAYLIST information are kept against reset, but cue information will disappear by reset. 12.4 Reset of MAV555 MAV555 soft reset: MENU027 FAST REBOOT MAV555 hard reset: Turn Off the Power Switch behind the control panel and turn on again. 12.5 Clear the MAV555 setup data Clear the MAV555 setup data sometimes resolves serious trouble of MAV555. How to Clear the MAV-555 setup data (A) Ver2.10 or higher
1 Take a note of all necessary set up values 2. MENU 097 FACTORY PRESET

(B) Ver2.00 or lower


1 Take a note of all necessary set up values 2. Follow A1 and confirm TCP/IP connection 3. Launch DOS Window and type following > telnet 192.168.0.2 4. When the message "FM> " appears, type dbg <ENTER> 5. Type following for PASSWORD Grydar <ENTER> 6. When a following message appears, DBG_FM > Then type clrsetup f f <ENTER> There is a space between "clrsetup", "f" and "f" 7. When the message "Completed !!" appears, this is the end of clear setup. 8. Reboot by Menu: 027 Fast Reboot 9. When MAV555 is re-booted, the MAV-555 starts up with the factory default setting. 10. Select option board on Menu 040:OPTION BOARD 11. Reboot by Menu: 027 Fast Reboot 12. Change all necessary setups based on this document 13. Reboot by Menu: 027 Fast Reboot

12.6 Erase All Materials of MAV555 at once You can erase all materials at once when you execute SETUP MENU: 099 ALL ERASE.

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13. MAV-555 FRONT and REAR Views

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14. DMAT-MAV Key Layout

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Appendices
List of Effect Types
Table Key Name Effect group name Pattern Number Characteristic number assigned to each Effect pattern Board 560 BKMA-560. The numbered patterns are built into this board. 561 BKMA-561. The numbered patterns are available only when the BKMA-561 is installed.
Name Wipe Pattern Number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27 ,28 ,29 , 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 104, 105, 106, 107, 310, 311, 312, 313, 320, 321, 323, 324, 500, 502, 504, 506, 508, 510, 516, 518, 600, 602, 604, 606, 608, 610, 612, 614, 616, 618, 620, 622, 624, 626628, 630, 660, 662, 664, 674, 676 Matrix Wipe 700, 702, 707, 710, 712, 717, 740, 742, 750, 752, 754, 760, 761, 762, 763, 764, 770, 771, 772, 773, 774, 787, 788, 789, 790, 791, 792, 793, 794, 795, 976, 797, 798, 799, 800, 808, 809 Split Screen Mosaic Still Mirror Y&C Modify 950, 951, 952, 953 1000, 1001, 1003, 1006, 1010, 1011, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1018 1020, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027 1030, 1033, 1040, 1043, 1046, 1050, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058 Cut Cinema Cropping Dissolve 1075, 1076, 1077, 1078, 1079 1080 561 560 1059 560 561 Freeze, Strobe, 1065, 1066, 1067 561 561 560 561 560 Board 560

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Name Picture in a Picture Zoom Up Spotlight, Center Image

Pattern Number 1100, 1101, 1102, 1103, 1104, 1105, 1106, 1107, 1108, 1109, 1120, 1121, 1122, 1123, 1124, 1125, 1126, 1127, 1128 1130, 1131 1150, 1151

Board 561

561 561 561 561 561 561 561

Dynamic Mirror 1200, 1201, 1202, 1203, 1024, 1205, 1206, 1207 Stream Accordion Multi Screen Wave Modulation Real Paint Slide Split Slide 1210, 1211, 1212, 1213 1230, 1231, 1232, 1233 1240, 1241 1250, 1251, 1252, 1253, 1260, 1261, 1262, 1263, 1264, 1265, 1269, 1270, 1271 1280, 1281, 1282, 1283 1300, 1301, 1302, 1303, 1304, 1305, 1306, 1307 1330, 1331, 1332, 1340, 1341, 1343, 1344, 1347, 1349, 1350, 1351, 1360, 1361, 1362, 1363, 1370, 1371, 1372, 1373, 1380, 1381, 1382, 1383, 1385, 1386, 1387, 1388, 1390, 1391, 1392, 1393, 1394 Compress 1500, 1501, 1502, 1503, 1504, 1505, 1506, 1507, 1508, 1510, 1511, 1512, 1513, 1514, 1515, 1520, 1521, 1522, 1523, 1524 Expand 2-Dimension Rotation 2-Dimension Rotation + Compress + Slide 2-Dimension Rotation + Compress + Slide (Variable) 3-Dimension Rotation Door Divided 3-Dimension Rotation 1730, 1731, 1732, 1740, 1741, 1742 1750, 1751, 1752, 1753 1700, 1701, 1702, 1703, 1704, 1705, 1706, 1707 1690 1530, 1531, 1532, 1533, 1534, 1535 1600, 1601, 1602, 1603, 1604, 1605, 1606, 1607, 1610, 1611, 1612, 1613 1620, 1630, 1635, 1640, 1643, 1644

561 561 561 561

Stained Glass 1285, 1286, 1287, 1288

561

561 561 561

561

561 561 561

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Name 3-Dimension + Compress + Slide

Pattern Number 1760, 1762, 1765, 1770, 1780, 1781, 1782, 1783, 1800, 1802, 1806, 1807, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815, 1816, 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824

Board 561

Album Tour

1850, 1851, 1852, 1853, 1854, 1855 1912, 1916, 1920, 1921, 1930, 1933, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1964

561 561

Flip & Tumble 1900, 1901, 1902, 1905, 1906, 1909,

Twist Page Turn

2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 2100, 2101, 2102, 2103, 2104, 2105, 2106, 210, 2108, 2109, 2110, 2111, 2112, 2113, 2114, 2115, 2120, 2121, 2122, 2123, 2124, 2125, 2126, 2127, 2128, 2130, 2131, 2132, 2133, 2134, 2135, 2136, 2137, 2138, 2139, 2140, 2141, 2142, 2143, 2144

561 561

Page Turn (Variable)

2150, 2151, 2152, 2153, 2154

561 561 561 561

Divided Page 2160, 2161, 2162, 2163, 2164, 2165, 2166, 2167 Turn Sphere Picture in a Picture Sphere 2200, 2201, 2202, 2203, 2204, 2210, 2211, 2212, 2213 2250, 2251

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Effect Pattern Image List


Viewing Patterns
Direction of Effect execution a) Horizontal mirroring Vertical mirroring

GF FG
FG

FG FG

Illustration abbreviations FG: Foreground image BG: Background image a) Direction of Effect execution. Normal direction for any Effect pattern execution. T: Transition Effect A: Animation Effect

Wipe
1 2 3 4 5

T
6 7

T
8

T
9

T
10

T
11 12

T
13

T
14

T
15

T
16 17

T
18

T
19

T
20

T
21 22

T
23

T
24

T
26

T
27 28

T
29

T
30

T
31

T
32 33

T
34

T
35

T
36

T
37 38

T
39

38

Wipe (continued)
104 105 106 107

T
310 311

T
312

T
313

T
320

T
321 323

T
324

T
500 502

T
504

T
506 508

T
510 516

T
518

T
600

T
602

T
604 606

T
608

T
610

T
612

T
614 616

T
618

T
620

T
622

T
624 626

T
628

T
630

T
660

T
662 664

T
674

T
676

T
Matrix Wipe
700 702

707

710

712

T
717 740

T
742

T
750

T
752

T
754 760
RANDOM

T
RANDOM

T
RANDOM

T
RANDOM

T
763

761

762

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Matrix Wipe (continued)


RANDOM

764

T
770 771

T
772 773

T
774
RANDOM RANDOM

T
787 788 789 790 791

T
792 793

T
794

T
795

T
796

T
797 798

T
799

T
800
RANDOM

T
808 809

T
Split Screen
BG FG

BG

FG

950
(Left)

951
(Right)

A
BG FG BG FG

952

(Center)

953

(user defined position)

40

Mosaic
BG FG FG
MOSAIC(8X8)

FG

1000

BG
MOSAIC(8X8)

1001

FG
MOSAIC(8X8)

T
1003
BG BG
HORIZONTAL MOSAIC

T
1006
BG BG
VERTICAL MOSAIC

FG
HORIZONTAL MOSAIC

FG
VERTICAL MOSAIC

FG

FG

T
FG

1010

BG BG
VARIABLE MOSAIC

FG
VARIABLE MOSAIC

FG

1011

FG

VARIABLE MOSAIC

T
BG FG
VARIABLE MOSAIC

T
1017
FG
VARIABLE MOSAIC

BG

1015

FG
VARIABLE MOSAIC

1016

BG

1018

FG
VARIABLE MOSAIC

BG

A
Still Mirror
1020
BG
(DISSOLVE)

GF

FG

1021

BG

(DISSOLVE)

FG

GF

A
FG

A
1023
BG
(DISSOLVE)

1022

BG

(DISSOLVE)

FG

FG FG

A
1024
BG
(DISSOLVE)

A
1025
BG
(DISSOLVE)

GF

FG

FG

A
1026
BG
(DISSOLVE)

A
Y&C Modify
FG

1030

BG

(DISSOLVE)

NEGATIVE COLOR

1033

BG

(DISSOLVE) B&W

A
1040
BG FG
(DISSOLVE) Y&C MASK

1043

BG

(DISSOLVE) Y MASK

A
1046
FG BG
(DISSOLVE) C MASK

1050

BG

(DISSOLVE) MODIFY

A
BG

1055

FG
MODIFY

BG

FG
MODIFY

1056

1057

MODIFY

FG

BG

1058

FG

FG

FG FG

GF

1027

BG

GF
(DISSOLVE)

FG FG

FG

FG

FG

FG GF

FG

FG

FG

A
FG
MODIFY

BG

41

Cut
1059
FG (CUT) BG

T
Strobe, Cinema
BG BG

1065

BG

(DISSOLVE)

FG
STROBE

1066

FG
B&W STROBE
BG

1067

FG
COLOR STROBE
BG

A
Cropping
BG FG
CROPPING

BG

BG FG

BG FG

BG FG

1075

1076

CROPPING

1077

CROPPING

1078

CROPPING

1079

FG
CROPPING

(fade)

(fade)

(fade)

(fade)

(fade)

Dissolve
1080
DISSOLVE

T
Picture in a Picture
1100
P in P

1101

P in P (auto centering)

1102

3D P in P (fade)

1103

3D P in P

1104

SKEW P in P (fade)

A
1105
SKEW P in P

A
3D CIRCLE

A
1107
P in P

A
1108
3D HEART
P in P (fade)

3D CIRCLE

3D HEART

1106

P in P (fade)

1109

P in P

A
1120
FG
(fade)

A
1121
FG BG

A
1122
FG BG

A
1123 1124
BG

BG

A
1126

A
1127

A
FG

BG

1125
BG

BG

BG

BG

BG

BG

1128

BG

A
Zoom Up
1130
FG
ZOOM UP

1131

FG
ZOOM UP (auto centering)

42

Spotlight
1150
FG FG + BG FG

1151

FG

FG + FG BG

A
Dynamic Mirror
1200
BG GF FG GF FG GF FG

1201

FG GF BG

FG

GF

FG

GF

T
1202
BG FG FG FG FG FG FG

T
1203
FG FG BG FG FG FG FG

T
FG FG FG FG FG FG

T
FG GF FG FG FG GF FG
FG stream

1204

GF FG

GF

GF

1205

T
FG FG GF FG FG FG GF FG

FG GF

BG

BG

Stream
1210
FG stream

1211

FG stream

1212

stream FG

1213

Accordion
1230 1231 1232 1233

FG

FG

FG

1206

FG GF FG

1207

GF FG FG

FG FG GF

BG FG

FG

BG

FG

GF

FG FG

FG

FG

FG

43

Multi Screen
1240
FG
BG (DISSOLVE)

FG FG

FG FG FG

FG

1241

BG

(DISSOLVE)

FG FG FG FG FG FG

A
Wave Modulation
1250
FG

1251

FG

1252

FG

1253

FG

1260

A
1261 1262
WAVE + FADE

A
1263
WAVE + FADE

A
1264
WAVE + FADE

A
1265
RANDOM + FADE

T
1269
RANDOM + FADE

T
1270 1271

T
Real Paint
1280
PAINT + STROBE

1281

PAINT + STROBE

1282

PAINT + STROBE

1283

PAINT + STROBE

Stained Glass
STAINED GLASS STAINED GLASS STAINED GLASS STAINED GLASS

1285

+ STROBE

1286

+ STROBE

1287

+ SOFT

1288

+ SOFT

A
Slide

1300

1301

1302

1303

1304

1305

1306

1307

44

Split Slide
1330 1331 1332

1340

1341

1343

1344

1347

1349

1350

1351

1360

1361

1362

1363

45

Split Slide (continued)


1370 1371 1372 1373

T
1380 1381

T
1382

T
1383

T
1385 1386

T
1387

T
1388

T
1390

T
1391

T
1392 1393

T
1394

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Compress
1500 1501

T
1502 1503

T
1504 1505

T
1506 1507

T
1508 1510 1511

T
1512

T
1513 1514 1515

T
1520

T
1521

T
1522 1523

T
1524

T
Expand

1530

1531

1532

1533

1534

1535

47

2-Dimension Rotation

1600

1601

1602

1603

1604

1605

1606

1607

1610

1611

1612

1613

2-Dimension Rotation + Compress + Slide


1620 1630

T
1635 1640

T
1643 1644

T
2-Dimension Rotation + Compress + Slide (Variable)
1690
2D
(variable)

48

3-Dimension Rotation

1700

1701

1702

1703

1704

1705

1706

1707

T
Door

1730

1731

1732

1740

1741

1742

T
Divided 3-Dimension Rotation

1750

BG

FG

FG

FG

1751

FG

BG

FG

FG

1752

FG BG FG FG

FG

1753

BG FG

BG

49

3-Dimension + Compress + Slide

1760

1762

T
1765

T
1770 1780

T
1781 1782

T
1783 1800

T
1802 1806

T
1807 1810

T
1811 1812

T
1813 1814

T
1815 1816

T
1820 1821 1822 1823 1824

50

Album Tour
FG

1850

FG

BG

FG

BG

1851
BG

FG BG

T
1852
FG BG BG FG FG BG

T
FG BG

1853

FG BG

BG FG

T
1854
FG BG FG BG FG BG

FG

1855

FG BG

FG BG

BG

T
Flip & Tumble
1900
BG
INT VIDEO

FG

1901

BG

INT VIDEO

FG

T
1902
BG INT VIDEO FG

T
1905
INT VIDEO BG FG

T
1906
BG INT VIDEO FG

T
1909
INT VIDEO BG FG

T
1912
BG BG

T
1916
BG BG INT VIDEO FG FG

INT VIDEO

FG

FG

T
1920
BG INT VIDEO FG

T
1921
BG INT VIDEO FG

T
1930
BG INT VIDEO FG

T
1933
BG INT VIDEO FG

T
INT VIDEO INT VIDEO FG

T
1941
BG FG

1940

BG

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Flip & Tumble (continued)


INT VIDEO

1942

BG

FG

1943

BG

T
BG BG FG INT VIDEO

INT VIDEO

FG

T
FG

INT VIDEO

1944

1945

T
1946
BG INT VIDEO FG

T
1947
BG FG

T
FG

INT VIDEO

T
FG

1948

BG

INT VIDEO

1949
BG

T
FG

INT VIDEO

T
FG

1950

BG

INT VIDEO

1951

BG

INT VIDEO

T
1952
BG INT VIDEO FG

T
1954
BG INT VIDEO FG

T
FG

T
FG FG INT VIDEO

1955

BG

INT VIDEO

1956

T
BG

T
1959
INT VIDEO
FG

BG

1958

INT VIDEO FG

T
1960
BG FG

T
1962
BG INT VIDEO FG

INT

VIDEO

T
1964
BG

INT VIDEO
FG

T
Twist
2000 2001

T
2002 2003

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Page Turn
2100
FG

2101

2102
FG

2103
FG

T
2105

T
FG

T
2107

FG

2104

FG

2106

FG

T
2108
FG

T
2109 2110
FG

FG

T
FG

T
2111

T
2112
FG

T
2114

T
2115
FG

FG

2113
FG

T
2120
FG FG

T
2121

FG

T
FG

T
2122
FG

T
2123
FG

T
2124 2125
FG

FG

T
2126
FG

T
2127
FG

T
FG FG

T
2130 2131

2128

FG

T
2132
FG

T
2134
FG

T
2135
FG

2133

FG

T
2136
FG

T
2137
FG

T
2138
FG

2139

FG

T
2140
FG FG

T
2142

T
FG

2141

T
2143
FG

T
2144
FG

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Page Turn (Variable)


PAGE TURN PAGE TURN PAGE TURN PAGE TURN PAGE TURN

2150

(variable)

2151

(variable)

2152

(variable)

2153

(variable)

2154

(variable)

T
Divided Page Turn
2160

2161

T
2162 2163

T
2164 2165

T
2166 2167

T
Sphere

2200

2201

2202

2203

2204

2210

2211

2212

2213

T
Picture in a Picture Sphere
P in P SPHERE

2250

( fade )

2251

P in P SPHERE

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