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BRS-200

Operational Manual

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Table of Contents

1

What is the BRS-200?

 
 

1-1)

Main features

4

1-2)

Applications

5

2

Overview

 
 

2-1)

Control panel Rear panel of the processor unit

6

2-2)

8

3

Main Features

 
 

3-1)

Compact system Remote camera control capability Switcher mode and camera control mode Rich selection of inputs and outputs Equipped with DVI output as standard Multi-viewing function

10

3-2)

10

3-3)

11

3-4)

12

3-5)

13

3-6)

14

4

Specifications

15

5

System Examples

 
 

5-1)

Basic configuration For live production For presentation For presentation with dual projectors

16

5-2)

16

5-3)

17

5-4)

17

6

Basic Setup and Operation

 
 

6-1)

Turning on the power Menu operation Setting the system format Setting up video signal for monitor output Setting up the VISCA camera

18

6-2)

20

6-3)

22

6-4)

23

6-5)

24

7

Preparation

 
 

7-1)

Setting up video input signal Setting up video output signal

25

7-2)

27

8

Switcher Operation

 
 

8-1)

Outline

29

8-2)

Cut/Mix

31

8-3)

Wipe

32

8-4)

Picture-in-Picture (PIP)

36

8-5)

DSK

41

8-6)

Internal Sources

48

8-7)

Storing Settings

50

9

VISCA Camera Operation

 
 

9-1)

Functions

52

9-2)

Setting up BRC Series camera connection

53

9-3)

Operating

pan/tilt/zoom

54

9-4)

Adjusting the focus Adjusting the exposure Selecting One-push Auto White Balance Using the camera position preset Operating the camera menu Controlling the tally lamp

55

9-5)

56

9-6)

57

9-7)

58

9-8)

61

9-9)

61

10

Operation Using External Device

 
 

10-1)

Transferring data between the BRS-200 and computer Specifications for a GPI I/O connector Using the REMOTE Connector

62

10-2)

67

10-3)

68

11

Technical Appendix

 
 

11-1)

Menu list

69

11-2)

WIPE pattern

80

11-3)

GPI I/O

81

11-4)

REMOTE connector

82

11-5)

VISCA Connector 83

11-6)

Connector for the cable between Control Panel and Processor Unit 83

11-7)

Conversion between input signal and output signal

84

11-8)

Acceptable DVI-I Input/Output Signal format Camera Settings that Can Be Recalled with the Position Numbers of the Switcher

86

11-9)

87

11-10) Messages and Troubleshooting 88

1 What is the BRS-200?

The BRS-200 is an all-in-one live production and presentation switcher with BRC Series control functionality. With this powerful tool, you can achieve a one-man production operation in either HD or SD system configuration.

1-1)

Main features

Compact control panel and 1U processor unit

HD/SD-SDI 4 inputs/ 4 outputs, max. 9 inputs/5 outputs*

Built-in frame synchronizer on each input

Picture in Picture function, DSK, and Wipe

BRC Series camera control capability

Equipped with DVI output as standard

Multi-viewing function, supporting 4-, 10-, or 16-split view

2 channels of frame memory

*A maximum of 9 inputs and 5 outputs of HD/SD-SDI is available using optional boards.

What is the BRS-200?

1-2)

Applications

Auditorium/Concert Hall
Auditorium/Concert Hall
Corporate/Boardroom
Corporate/Boardroom
House of Worship
House of Worship
Sports Event
Sports Event
City Council
City Council
Education
Education
Weddings/Events
Weddings/Events
Studio
Studio

56

32

4

1

2

Overview

2-1)

Control panel

56 32 4 1 2 Overview 2-1) Control panel 6
56 32 4 1 2 Overview 2-1) Control panel 6
56 32 4 1 2 Overview 2-1) Control panel 6
56 32 4 1 2 Overview 2-1) Control panel 6

1. Mode button (Camera mode/Switcher mode select)

CAM SW SW (switcher) mode button
CAM
SW
SW (switcher) mode button

CAM (camera) mode button

3. Effect transition section

PIP AUTO button DSK AUTO button DSK PIP Transition AUTO AUTO REV button lever N/R
PIP
AUTO button
DSK
AUTO button
DSK
PIP
Transition
AUTO
AUTO
REV
button
lever
N/R
button
N/R
REV
MIX
button
MX
WIPE
WIPE button
AUTO
CUT
TRANS
AUTO TRANS button
Transition
CUT button
indicator
5. Display panel/Camera/Switcher/
Menu control section
Display panel
SETUP
NAME
ASSIGH
ADJUST
PROC
1/1
INPUT
FS
SIDE
920
Adjustment controls
FOCUS
BRIGHT
ZOOM
PAN/TILT
EXIT button
EXIT
NEAR
FAR
PAGE button
F1
F2
F3
F4
PAGE
Higher menu layer
Lower menu layer
Page number
SETUP
NAME
ASSIGH
ADJUST
PROC
1/1
INPUT
FS
SIDE
920
Menu page
Current displayed menu layer

Overview

2. CAMERA/DSK/AUX bus section

One Push AF button / AUX 2 button Backlight button / PGM button AUTO/MANUAL button
One Push AF button /
AUX 2 button
Backlight button /
PGM button
AUTO/MANUAL button /
AUX 1 button
SPT LIGHT button /
PVW button
Preset Speed button /
PIP button
One Push
AWB button /
MV button
P/T Reset button /
DSK button
P/T RST
PST
SPD AUTO/MANUAL
O P
AF
BK LIGHT
SPT LIGHT O P AWB
DSK
PIP
AUX 1
AUX 2
PGM
PVW
MV
CAMERA
CAMERA
DSK/AUX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
LOW
HIGH
PRESET SPEED

CAMERA buttons / DSK/AUX buttons

4. Menu/snapshot/camera position section

7 8 9 MENU DSK PIP SETUP DIRECT 456 RECALL MEM WIPE MATT 123 PRESET
7
8
9
MENU
DSK
PIP
SETUP
DIRECT
456
RECALL
MEM
WIPE
MATT
123
PRESET
0
.
CLEAR
RECALL
MENU/SNAP SHOT/CAMERA POSITION

MENU button

DIRECT RECALL button

PRESET button

RECALL button

CLEAR button

Numeric (0 to 9) buttons and . (dot) button

6. Camera menu/Location control selection buttons

CAMERA MENU UP FINE LEFT ENTER RIGHT X Y Z DOWN CENTER
CAMERA
MENU
UP
FINE
LEFT
ENTER
RIGHT
X
Y
Z
DOWN
CENTER

CAMERA MENU button

Camera menu

operation buttons/ location control buttons

Overview

2-2)

Rear panel of the processor unit

Overview

IN1 IN2 OUT 1 234 PGM1 PGM2 AUX1 AUX2 GPI I/O PANEL SDI IN SDI
IN1
IN2
OUT
1
234 PGM1
PGM2
AUX1
AUX2
GPI I/O
PANEL
SDI IN
SDI OUT
SDI I N 1 to 4 connectors
PGM1/PGM2 output connectors
AUX1/AUX2 output connectors
GPI I/O connector
PA N EL connector
(ground) terminal DVI-I OUT connector ~ AC I N connector ~AC IN DVI-I OUT RS-232C
(ground) terminal
DVI-I OUT connector
~ AC I N connector
~AC IN
DVI-I OUT
RS-232C
LAN(10/100)
REMOTE
REF IN
REF OUT
RS-422
GENLOCK
VISCA
RS-422 connector
RS-232C connector
REF OUT connector
REF IN connector
REMOTE connector

LA N (10/100) connector

3 Main Features

3-1)

Compact system

3 Main Features 3-1) Compact system 1 unit 2 units (BRS-200) 3-2) Remote camera control capability

1 unit

3 Main Features 3-1) Compact system 1 unit 2 units (BRS-200) 3-2) Remote camera control capability

2 units (BRS-200)

3-2)

Remote camera control capability

control unit

system 1 unit 2 units (BRS-200) 3-2) Remote camera control capability control unit BRC-H700 BRC-Z700 BRC-Z330

BRC-H700

system 1 unit 2 units (BRS-200) 3-2) Remote camera control capability control unit BRC-H700 BRC-Z700 BRC-Z330

BRC-Z700

BRC-Z330

system 1 unit 2 units (BRS-200) 3-2) Remote camera control capability control unit BRC-H700 BRC-Z700 BRC-Z330

BRC-300

Main Features 3-3) Switcher mode and camera control mode +
Main Features
3-3)
Switcher mode and camera control mode
+

CAM mode: Position presets, Recall SW mode: Snapshot presets, Recall

CAM mode: Camera menu selection SW mode: P in P position selection

Camera menu selection SW mode: P in P position selection CAM mode: Camera selection SW mode:

CAM mode: Camera selection SW mode: DSK/AUX bus selection

CAM mode: PTZ control SW mode: P in P position/Size selection

PGM/ N EXT bus control

Note: PGM/NEXT bus control can be operated both in CAM mode and SW mode.

Main Features

3-4)

Rich selection of inputs and outputs

IN1 IN2 OUT ~AC IN DVI-I OUT IN 1 card slot IN 2 card slot
IN1
IN2
OUT
~AC IN
DVI-I OUT
IN 1 card slot
IN 2 card slot
OUT card slot
RS-232C
1
234 PGM1
PGM2
AUX1
AUX2
GPI I/O
PANEL
LAN(10/100)
REMOTE
REF IN
REF OUT
RS-422
SDI IN
SDI OUT
GENLOCK
VISCA

Optional boards and card slots

Card slot

Optional boards

IN1

IN2

OUT

BRSA-20HSD1

HD/SD-SDI input board

boards IN1 IN2 OUT BRSA-20HSD1 HD/SD-SDI input board Yes No No BRSA-20DD1 DVI input board Yes

Yes

No

No

BRSA-20DD1

DVI input board

HD/SD-SDI input board Yes No No BRSA-20DD1 DVI input board Yes Yes No BRSA-20SA1 Analog SD

Yes

Yes

No

BRSA-20SA1

Analog SD input board

DVI input board Yes Yes No BRSA-20SA1 Analog SD input board Yes Yes No BRSA-20DD2 DVI

Yes

Yes

No

BRSA-20DD2

DVI output board

Analog SD input board Yes Yes No BRSA-20DD2 DVI output board No No Yes Combinations of

No

No

Yes

Combinations of inputs and outputs

Input

 

Standard

 
  Standard   Option

Option

  Standard   Option
   
   

SDI-I

 

SDI x4

+

 

SDI x4

+

or

   

SD (Composite, Y/C)

 

SDI x4

+

 

DVI-I

+

 

DVI-I

 

SDI x4

+

 

DVI-I

+

 

SD (Composite, Y/C)

 

SDI x4

+

 

SD (Composite, Y/C)

+

 

SD (Composite, Y/C)

Output

Output

Standard

 
Output Standard    
 
     

Option

 

SDI x4

+

 

DVI-I

+

 

DVI-I

Main Features

3-5)

Equipped with DVI output as standard

and XGA in SD mode operators to view footage on a cost-effective HDTV monitor or PC monitor with an analog component terminal

DVI-I Connection

~AC IN DVI-I OUT RS-232C REMOTE REF IN REF OUT RS-422 GENLOCK VISCA
~AC IN
DVI-I OUT
RS-232C
REMOTE
REF IN
REF OUT
RS-422
GENLOCK
VISCA

WUXGA, SXGA, WXGA, XGA mode

DVI DVI I N DVI RGB I N DVI D-Sub HDTV mode D-Sub DVI to
DVI DVI I N
DVI
RGB I N
DVI
D-Sub
HDTV mode
D-Sub
DVI to D-Sub
Connector
B N C or
PI N (RCA)

Component I N

RGB I N DVI D-Sub HDTV mode D-Sub DVI to D-Sub Connector B N C or

PC Monitor

RGB I N DVI D-Sub HDTV mode D-Sub DVI to D-Sub Connector B N C or

HD Monitor

Main Features

3-6)

Multi-viewing function

DVI-I outputs

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3
1 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Type of multi-viewer TYPE1
Type of multi-viewer
TYPE1

TYPE4

TYPE10

TYPE16

Picture number Factory preset output video 1 PGM 1 2 PVW PGM 3 4 IN
Picture number
Factory preset output video
1
PGM
1
2
PVW
PGM
3
4
IN 1
IN 2
1
2
PVW
PGM
3
4
5
6
IN 1
IN 2
IN 3
IN 4
7
8
9
10
IN 5
IN 6
IN 7
IN 8
1
2
3
4
PVW
PGM
FM 1
FM 2
5
6
7
8
IN 1
IN 2
IN 3
IN 4
9
10
11
12
IN 5
IN 6
IN 7
IN 8
13
14
15
16
IN 9
MAT1
MAT2
CLBR
T I P S Type 1 (full-screen mode) is useful for checking the focus and
T
I
P S
Type 1 (full-screen mode) is useful for checking the focus and also for taking a close look at
the subject.

4

Specifications

BRS-200 HD Mode SD Mode Control panel: 15 W Operating 41°F to 104°F (5°C to
BRS-200
HD Mode
SD Mode
Control panel: 15 W
Operating
41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C)
Temperature
Dimensions
Processor unit: 17 × 1 3 / 4 × 17 inches (430 × 44 × 430 mm) (without protrusions)
Control panel: 16 3 / 4 × 2 7 / 8 × 8 3 / 4 inches (424 × 70 × 222 mm) (without protrusions)
(with optional boards)
Control panel: 9 oz (4.3 kg)
I/O Delay
1H (When the frame synchronizer is OFF)
Effect
P in P (AUTO)
Input
Video Inputs *1
HD-SDI: BNC (×4)
SD-SDI: BNC (×4)
Video Inputs
(option) *1 *2
HD-SDI: BNC (×4)
SD-SDI: BNC (×4)
*3
*4
*4
(option)
Reference Output
Analog black burst or Tri-level sync.: BNC (×1)
Analog black burst: BNC (×1)
Control
Remote
RS-422: D-sub 9-pin (×1) (for switcher control from external devices)
Signals
VISCA camera
control
VISCA RS-232C: Mini DIN 8-pin (×1)
VISCA RS-422: 5-pin contact connector (×1) (for BRC Series camera control)
preset positions)

*1: The BRS-200 does not accept the mix of HD-SDI and SD-SDI. to the BRS-200.)

5 System Examples

5-1)

Basic configuration

 
 

HD-SDI Card

 
HD-SDI Card     DVI
 

DVI

 

HD-SDI

 

(MV)

  VISCA  
 

VISCA

 
   

HD-SDI

    HD-SDI

HD-SDI Card

HD-SDI

 

(PGM)

   

5-2)

For live production

 
 

HD-SDI

  HD-SDI
    (PGM) SDI Adaptor
   

(PGM)

SDI Adaptor

 

HD-SDI Card

 
HD-SDI Card     DVI
 

DVI

 

HD-SDI

 

(MV)

  VISCA HD-SDI
 

VISCA

HD-SDI

  VISCA HD-SDI
 

(AUX1: PRV)

SDI Adaptor

HD-SDI Card

 

HD-SDI

 
   

HD-SDI

    HD-SDI
 

(PGM)

System Examples

5-3)

For presentation

HD-SDI Card HD-SDI DVI BRSA-20DD2 (PGM) VISCA HD-SDI HD-SDI Card DVI (MV) Composite BRSA-20SA1 or
HD-SDI Card
HD-SDI
DVI
BRSA-20DD2
(PGM)
VISCA
HD-SDI
HD-SDI Card
DVI
(MV)
Composite
BRSA-20SA1
or S-Video (1)
RGB ––> DVI
HD-SDI
BRSA-20DD1
(PGM)

* SD analog source can be input in conjunction with HD-SDI source by using BRSA-20SA1.

5-4)

For presentation with dual projectors

HD-SDI Card HD-SDI DVI BRSA-20DD2 (PGM) VISCA DVI HD-SDI HD-SDI Card (DVI Source) Composite HD-SDI
HD-SDI Card
HD-SDI
DVI
BRSA-20DD2
(PGM)
VISCA
DVI
HD-SDI
HD-SDI Card
(DVI Source)
Composite
HD-SDI
BRSA-20SA1
SDI Adaptor
or S-Video (1)
RGB ––> DVI
(AUX1: MV)
BRSA-20DD1
HD-SDI
(PGM)

* SD analog source can be input in conjunction with HD-SDI Source by using BRSA-20SA1.

6 Basic Setup and Operation

This section explains how to perform basic system setup.

Basic component of system configuration

6-1)

Turning on the power

1. Set the power switch on the front of the processor unit to ON.

2. Set the power switch at the rear of the control panel to ON.

3. Turn on power to the peripheral devices.

System connection

Basic Setup and Operation

BRC-series cameras with the HD-SDI output card attached Monitor equipped with HD-SDI input Monitor equipped
BRC-series cameras
with the HD-SDI
output card attached
Monitor equipped
with HD-SDI input
Monitor equipped
with DVI input
or
HD-SDI IN
DVI IN
SDI OUTPUT
Power cord
RS-232C
stopper
to AUX1
to DVI-I OUT
IN
Processor Unit
(supplied)
IN1
IN2
OUT
~AC IN
DVI-I OUT
RS-232C
1234 PGM1
PGM2
AUX1
AUX2
GPI I/O
PANEL
LAN(10/100)
REMOTE
REF IN
REF OUT
RS-422
SDI IN
SDI OUT
GENLOCK
VISCA
to SDI
to SDI
to VISCA
to ~AC
IN 1
IN 2
RS-232C
IN
to an AC outlet
VISCA
RS-232C
(RS-232C)
AC power cord
(supplied)
OUT
~AC IN
cable
VISCA (RS-232C)
cable
RS-422
SDI OUTPUT
DC IN 12V
RS-232C
VISCA
RS-232C IN
Control cable
(supplied)
~AC IN
to PROCESSOR
Screws
+M3 × 6
(supplied)
DC IN 12V
RS-422
RS-232C
Control Panel
ON
VISCA
PROCESSOR
OFF
DC IN 12V
to DC IN 12V
DC IN plug retainer
(supplied)
to an AC outlet
AC power adaptor
(supplied)
Power cord for AC
power adaptor
(supplied)

Note: Please be sure to turn off all the equipment before connection.

Basic Setup and Operation

6-2)

Menu operation

7 8 9 MENU DSK PIP SETUP 456 DIRECT RECALL MEM WIPE MATT 123 PRESET
7 8
9
MENU
DSK
PIP
SETUP
456 DIRECT
RECALL
MEM
WIPE
MATT
123
PRESET
0
.
CLEAR
RECALL
MENU/SNAP
SHOT/CAMERA POSITION
N umeric buttons, . (dot) button
ME N U button

Every menu consists of three digit number. Please see technical appendix 11-1.

A

3 -digit menu page is assigned to each of all the setting menus displayed

in

menu mode. Pressing the menu button specifies the menu directly. Press

Example: To select menu page 912

MENU 9 .
MENU
9
.
directly. Press Example: To select menu page 912 MENU 9 . 12 MENU 912 A list
directly. Press Example: To select menu page 912 MENU 9 . 12 MENU 912 A list
directly. Press Example: To select menu page 912 MENU 9 . 12 MENU 912 A list

12

MENU 912
MENU
912

A list of menu items is shown. To

corresponding numeric button (4 to 9).

Each button lights up when pressed.

Numeric

Top menu

Menu description

button

4

MEM (memory)

Importing an image into the frame memory, Time stamp setting for a file

menu

5

WIPE menu

Setting the wipe pattern or border

6

MATT menu

Setting the color matte

7

DSK menu

Setting the DSK (downstream key)

8

PIP menu

Setting the PIP (picture- in-picture)

9

SETUP menu

Setting up the system

T I P S
T I
P S

Basic Setup and Operation

SETUP CAMERA INPUT OUTPUT PANEL 1/1 TOP SYSTEM UTILITY STATUS REBOOT 900 FOCUS BRIGHT ZOOM
SETUP
CAMERA
INPUT
OUTPUT
PANEL
1/1
TOP
SYSTEM
UTILITY
STATUS
REBOOT
900
FOCUS
BRIGHT
ZOOM
PAN/TILT
EXIT
NEAR
FAR
F1
F2
F3
F4
PAGE

Adjustment controls

Display panel

FAR F1 F2 F3 F4 PAGE Adjustment controls Display panel to are used to set the

to

F1 F2 F3 F4 PAGE Adjustment controls Display panel to are used to set the items

are used to set the items displayed above each control.

Higher menu layer Lower menu layer Page number SETUP NAME ASSIGH ADJUST PROC 1/1 INPUT
Higher menu layer
Lower menu layer
Page number
SETUP
NAME
ASSIGH
ADJUST
PROC
1/1
INPUT
FS
SIDE
920

Current displayed

Menu page

menu layer

Higher menu layer

Setting items

Page number

INPUT XPT BTN Y-LEVEL SETUP C-LEVEL 3/6 ADJUST 3 1.00 0.0 1.00 923 Current displayed
INPUT
XPT BTN
Y-LEVEL
SETUP
C-LEVEL
3/6
ADJUST
3
1.00
0.0
1.00
923
Current displayed
Setting values
Menu page
menu layer
Current displayed Setting values Menu page menu layer lower menu layer. Turn clockwise or counterclockwise Press

lower menu layer.

Turn clockwise or counterclockwise

layer lower menu layer. Turn clockwise or counterclockwise Press control to display the lower menu layer

Press

control to display the lower menu layer of the highlighted menu. Press the exit button to return to the higher menu layer.

Press the exit button to return to the higher menu layer. value. Turn clockwise or counterclockwise

value.

Turn clockwise or

counterclockwise

higher menu layer. value. Turn clockwise or counterclockwise Press control to execute a selected setting when

Press

control to execute a selected setting when “Exec” or “ is displayed in the menu.

T I P S control pressed.
T I
P S
control pressed.

Basic Setup and Operation

6-3)

Setting the system format

1. Press

MENU 951 .
MENU
951
.

SYSTEM

FORMAT

FRAME

ASPECT

APPLY

1/5

SYS MODE

HD

59.94

16:9

 

Exec

951

F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4

2. Set the video signal format, frame frequency and aspect ratio.

(FORMAT): Select HD or SD

: Select HD or SD

(FRAME): Select 59.94 or 50

: Select 59.94 or 50

(ASPECT): Select 16:9 or 4:3

: Select 16:9 or 4:3

3. Press

to confirm the F1, F2, and F3 settings.Select 59.94 or 50 (ASPECT) : Select 16:9 or 4:3 3. Press 4. Press the [PAGE]

4. Press the [PAGE] button. with the new settings.

Basic Setup and Operation

6-4)

Setting up video signal for monitor output

This section explains how to use a four-picture multi-viewer so that images from two cameras can be viewed on one monitor.

1. Press [SW] [AUX 1] [MV] in this sequence. Each button will light up when pressed.

P/T RST PST SPD AUTO/MANUAL O P AF DSK PIP AUX 1 AUX 2
P/T RST
PST SPD AUTO/MANUAL
O P AF
DSK
PIP
AUX 1
AUX 2
BK LIGHT SPT LIGHT O P AWB SW PGM PVW MV
BK LIGHT
SPT LIGHT O P AWB
SW
PGM
PVW
MV

SW MODE

MV TYPE

XPT HOLD

SW MODE MV TYPE XPT HOLD ME AUTO

ME AUTO

SNAP:

4

Off

30

F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD ME AUTO SNAP: 4 Off 30 F1 F2 F3 F4 2. Turn to select “4.”

2. Turn to select “4.” connected via the AUX1 connector.

1. Press

MENU 932 .
MENU
932
.

OUTPUT

BOARD

BUSSEL

RESO

2/6

DVI

STD

MV

 

XGA

932

F1 F2 F3 F4 2. Turn to select “MV.” 3. Turn press to select the
F1
F2
F3
F4
2. Turn
to select “MV.”
3. Turn
press
to select the resolution of the output signal under “RESO” then
.

DVI output resolution

If the images from the two cameras connection of video input is complete.

PVW
PVW
PGM
PGM
CAM1 CAM2
CAM1
CAM2

Image from the camera connected to the SDI IN 1 connector

Image from the camera connected to the SDI IN 2 connector

Basic Setup and Operation

6-5)

Setting up the VISCA camera

This section explains how to set the VISCA communication mode according to the premised system configuration.

Check that the following settings have been made on the camera.

1. Press

MENU 911 .
MENU
911
.

CAMERA

CONTROL

BAUD

MODEL

APPLY

1/8

VISCA

RS-232C

9600

Auto

 

Exec

911

F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4

2. Set the VISCA setting to the same settings as those on the camera.

 

(BAUD)

: 9600 or 38400

  (BAUD) : 9600 or 38400 3. Press to confirm the settings selected in steps 2.

3.

Press

to confirm the settings selected in steps 2.

4.

Press

CAM .
CAM
.

5.

Press [CAMERA 1] button.

CAMERA CAMERA DSK/AUX 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
CAMERA
CAMERA
DSK/AUX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
LOW
HIGH
PRESET SPEED

successful and completed.

Pan left

LOW HIGH PRESET SPEED successful and completed. Pan left Zoom (Wide) Tilt upward Joystick Tilt downward

Zoom

(Wide)

Tilt upward

Joystick
Joystick

Tilt downward

Zoom

(Telephoto)

SPEED successful and completed. Pan left Zoom (Wide) Tilt upward Joystick Tilt downward Zoom (Telephoto) Pan

Pan right

7

Preparation

7-1)

Setting up video input signal

memories (see Chapter 8-6-2) to twelve cross-point buttons.

IN1 5678 IN2 OUT DVI-I IN SDI IN 1234 PGM1 PGM2 AUX1 AUX2 GPI I/O
IN1
5678
IN2
OUT
DVI-I IN
SDI IN
1234
PGM1
PGM2
AUX1
AUX2
GPI I/O
PANEL
SDI IN
SDI OUT
Video signals built-in the BRS-200
2
I N 1 to I N 4
I N 5 to IN 8I N 9
Color Bars
Matt 1
Frame
2
memory 1
MENU
INPUT
XPT BTN
SIGNAL
NAME
INHIBIT
2/6
922
ASSIGN
ASSIGN
1
IN 1
(4 chars.)
On
922
PGM
1 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
NEXT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Please assign the BRC cameras to the cross-point buttons 1 to 7.

Preparation

I N 1 to I N 9 MENU 925 Frame synchronizer FS Sets Frame Synchronizer
I N 1 to I N 9
MENU
925
Frame
synchronizer
FS
Sets Frame Synchronizer O N /OFF
Color Bars
Matt 1
2 Frame
2
memory 1
NAME
Sets the name of each input
(4 characters)
Selectable characters
(Space) ! “ # $ % & ‘ ( ) * + , – . / 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
: ; < = > ? @ A to Z
[ \ ] ^ _ ` a to z
{ | } ˜
signal (
MENU
)” in technical appendix 11-1.
921
The name you preset
for multi-viewer is
displayed on the
windows
PGM
1 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MENU
923
NEXT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Zoom
ADJUST
Adjusts the level of the signals that
corresponds to the cross-point buttons
Y-LEVEL: 0.50 to 1.50
SETUP: 10.0 to 10.0
C-LEVEL: 0.50 to 1.50
MENU
924
PROC
Sets the aspect
ratio of DVI-I N
Center
MENU
926
Wide zoom
SIDE
Sets the color matte for
the side cut area
LUM: 0.0 to 100.0
SAT: 0.0 to 100.0
HUE: 0.0 to 359.5
SAT
Please refer to Technical Appendix 11-5 for conversion
of the aspect ratio for inputs and outputs.
HUE
T I
P S

Preparation

7-2)

Setting up video output signal

DVI output

IN2 OUT DVI-I OUT DVI-I OUT PGM1 PGM2 AUX1 AUX2 GPI I/O PANEL LAN(10/100) REMOTE
IN2
OUT
DVI-I OUT
DVI-I OUT
PGM1
PGM2
AUX1
AUX2
GPI I/O
PANEL
LAN(10/100)
REMOTE
REF IN
REF OUT
SDI OUT
GENLOCK

AUX output

Press

MENU 932 .
MENU
932
.

OUTPUT

BOARD

BUSSEL

RESO

2/6

DVI

STD

MV

 

XGA

932

F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4

(BUSSEL)2/6 DVI STD MV   XGA 932 F1 F2 F3 F4 (RESO) Select the DVI output

(RESO) Select the DVI output resolution: Select the DVI output resolution:

(*) HDCP is not supported.

You can use an HDTV monitor by selecting HD 59.94 (or HD 50) and an analog component output.

Preparation

SW 1. Press . 2. Press to light up the [AUX1] or [AUX2] button. NEAR
SW
1. Press
.
2. Press to light up the [AUX1]
or [AUX2] button.
NEAR
FAR
0
.
CLEAR
RECALL
F1
F2
F3
MENU/SNAP SHOT/CAMERA POSITION
P/T RST
PST SPD AUTO/MANUAL
O P AF
BK LIGHT
SPT LIGHT O P AWB
CAM
SW
DSK
PIP
AUX 1
AUX 2
PGM
PVW
MV
CAMERA
CAMERA
DSK/AUX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
L
OW
HIGH
PRESET SPEED
PGM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
NEXT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

3. Press to light up any one of these buttons to select output. Cross-point 1 to 12, PGM, PVW, MV.

With these twelve buttons,

you can select the output assigned to the same-digit cross-point.

MENU 931
MENU
931

OUTPUT

BUS

ANCIL

BUS ENBL

CAM MODE

1/6

AUX

AUX1

Off

On

Off

931

F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4
 
(ANCIL) Set mixing of ancillary data on an SDI video data ON/OFF.

(ANCIL) Set mixing of ancillary data on an SDI video data ON/OFF.

Type of multi-viewer

 

TYPE1

 
 

You

can choose the following Multi-viewer

 

 

DVI

outputs.

 

TYPE4

MENU 934
MENU
934

MV

OUTPUT

TYPE

WINDOW

SIGNAL

   

4/6

 

MV

4

1

IN 1

   

934

 
F1
F1
F2
F2
F3
F3
F4
F4
 

TYPE10

 

Each divided window is assigned a signal

 

TYPE16

T I P S Type 1 (full-screen mode) is useful for checking the focus and
T
I
P S
Type 1 (full-screen mode) is useful for checking the
focus and also for taking a close look at the subject.

Picture number

1

1

2

3

4

 

1

 

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

8 Switcher Operation

This section explains how to execute the BRS-200’s switcher functions.

8-1)

Outline

Picture-in-Picture (PIP).

This illustration shows the structure of the images to be switched or composed by video switching.

Background video Program video DSK FILL video DSK SOURCE video B F P B P
Background video
Program video
DSK FILL video
DSK SOURCE video
B
F
P
B
P
F

Foreground video

PIP video

Background video The background video is an image before you apply an effect such as Wipe and Mix. This image disappears as the effect progresses.

Foreground video The foreground video is an image to be inserted by applying an effect such as Wipe or Mix. This image appears as the effect progresses and is switched with the background video.

PIP (Picture-in-Picture) video The PIP video is an image to be placed over a background video (and a foreground video while the effect is being applied).

DSK FILL (Downstream key fill) video

DSK SOURCE (Downstream key source) video The DSK SOURCE video is an image to determine the area of a DSK fill video that is being composed. This is also referred to as a key.

Program video The program video is an image output from the switcher after switching or composition has been applied.

Switcher Operation

1. Press

SW .
SW
.
BRS-200 7 8 9 MENU REMOTE CAMERA OPERATING SWITCHER DSK PIP SETUP CAMERA MENU UP
BRS-200
7
8
9
MENU
REMOTE CAMERA OPERATING SWITCHER
DSK
PIP
SETUP
CAMERA
MENU
UP
456
FINE
MEM
WIPE
MATT
LEFT
ENTER
RIGHT
FOCUS
BRIGHT
ZOOM
PAN/TILT
123
EXIT
X
Y
Z
DOWN
NEAR
FAR
0
.
F1
F2
F3
F4
PAGE
CENTER
CAM
MENU/SNAP SHOT/CAMERA POSITION
P/T RST
PST SPD
O P AF
BK LIGHT
SPT LIGHT O P AWB
CAM
SW
DSK
PIP
AUX 1
AUX 2
PGM
PVW
MV
CAMERA
CAMERA
DSK
PIP
DSK/AUX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
AUTO
AUTO
LOW
HIGH
PRESET SPEED
N/R
REV
PGM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MX
WIPE
AUTO
NEXT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
CUT
TRANS

SW mode menu

SW MODE MV TYPE XPT HOLD ME AUTO 1/5 SNAP: 4 Off 30 951
SW MODE
MV TYPE XPT HOLD
ME AUTO
1/5
SNAP:
4
Off
30
951
PGM select button Press the PGM select button to which the output video is assigned.
PGM select button
Press the PGM select button to which the
output video is assigned.
PGM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
NEXT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

NEXT select button Press the NEXT select button to which the next output video is assigned.

A red frame is displayed for PGM.

output video is assigned. A red frame is displayed for PGM. An orange mark is displayed

An orange mark is displayed for NEXT.

A block diagram of the main part of the BRS-200 is shown below. Input 1
A block diagram of the main part of the BRS-200 is shown below.
Input 1 to 4
Key Source
Input 5 to 8*
Key Fill
Self-Key
Input 9*
Generator
PGM
DSK
Color Bar
PVW
Matte1
Wipe
PinP
Matte2
Mix
Ethernet
Cut
FM1
FM2
* Option

Switcher Operation

8-2)

Cut/Mix

DSK PIP AUTO AUTO N/R REV MX WIPE AUTO CUT TRANS 1. Press CUT buttun.
DSK
PIP
AUTO
AUTO
N/R
REV
MX
WIPE
AUTO
CUT
TRANS
1. Press CUT buttun.

Example of a Cut:

A

A B

B

A B

DSK PIP AUTO AUTO N/R REV MX WIPE AUTO CUT TRANS
DSK
PIP
AUTO
AUTO
N/R
REV
MX
WIPE
AUTO
CUT
TRANS
B DSK PIP AUTO AUTO N/R REV MX WIPE AUTO CUT TRANS 1. Press the Mix

1. Press the Mix button.

2. Press the AUTO TRAN button.

2. Move the transition lever.

OR

Example of a Wipe:

button. 2. Move the transition lever. OR Example of a Wipe: SW 1. Press . 2.
button. 2. Move the transition lever. OR Example of a Wipe: SW 1. Press . 2.

SW 1. Press . 2. to select “ME AUTO.” Press SW MODE MV TYPE XPT
SW
1. Press
.
2. to select “ME AUTO.”
Press
SW MODE
MV TYPE
XPT HOLD
ME AUTO
SNAP:
4
Off
30
NEAR
FAR
F1
F2
F3
F4
3. Turn
to set the time (0 to 999 frames).

Switcher Operation

8-3)

Wipe

1. Select the Wipe pattern (shown below).

DSK PIP AUTO AUTO N/R REV MX WIPE AUTO CUT TRANS
DSK
PIP
AUTO
AUTO
N/R
REV
MX
WIPE
AUTO
CUT
TRANS
DSK PIP AUTO AUTO N/R REV MX WIPE AUTO CUT TRANS 2. Press the [WIPE] button.

2. Press the [WIPE] button.

3. Press the [AUTO TRAN] button.

3. Move the transition lever.

OR

Example of a wipe pattern

Example of a wipe pattern
Example of a wipe pattern
Example of a wipe pattern

1. Press

SW .
SW
.
2. Turn Wipe pattern
2. Turn
Wipe pattern

to select the wipe pattern.

SW MODE MV TYPE XPT HOLD ME AUTO SNAP: 4 Off 30 NEAR FAR
SW MODE
MV TYPE
XPT HOLD
ME AUTO
SNAP:
4
Off
30
NEAR
FAR
F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4
000 001 002 005 021 022 029 031 040 058 074 082
000
001 002
005
021 022
029 031
040
058
074 082

003

004

000 001 002 005 021 022 029 031 040 058 074 082 003 004 023 028

023

028

000 001 002 005 021 022 029 031 040 058 074 082 003 004 023 028

051

057

000 001 002 005 021 022 029 031 040 058 074 082 003 004 023 028

096

098

000 001 002 005 021 022 029 031 040 058 074 082 003 004 023 028

move the transition lever at either the upper or lower end.

Switcher Operation

You can store and recall ten Wipe patterns using numeric buttons.

SW .
SW
.

1. Press

2. Turn

to select the Wipe pattern to be stored.Wipe patterns using numeric buttons. SW . 1. Press 2. Turn SW MODE MV TYPE XPT

SW MODE MV TYPE XPT HOLD ME AUTO SNAP: 4 Off 30 NEAR FAR F1
SW MODE
MV
TYPE
XPT HOLD
ME AUTO
SNAP:
4
Off
30
NEAR
FAR
F1
F2
F3
F4
3. Press
to select “DIRECT.”
SW MODE MV TYPE XPT HOLD DIRECT ME AUTO WIPE: 4 Off Wipe 30 NEAR
SW MODE
MV
TYPE
XPT HOLD
DIRECT
ME AUTO
WIPE:
4
Off
Wipe
30
NEAR
FAR
F1
F2
F3
F4
to select “Wipe.” 7 8 9 MENU DSK PIP SETUP DIRECT 456 RECALL MEM WIPE
to
select “Wipe.”
7 8
9
MENU
DSK
PIP
SETUP
DIRECT
456 RECALL
MEM
WIPE
MATT
123
PRESET
SW MODE
MV
TYPE
XPT HOLD
DIRECT
ME AUTO
WIPE: 1
4
Off
Wipe
30
Flashing
0
.
CLEAR
RECALL
MENU/SNAP SHOT/CAMERA POSITION

4. Turn

5. Check that the “DIRECT RECALL” button is not lit.

6. Press one of the numeric button 0 to 9.

7. Hold the “PRESET” button pressed.

1. Press to light up the [DIRECT RECALL] button.

2. Press one of the numeric button 0 to 9 to recall the registered Wipe pattern.

Switcher Operation

MENU 520 1. Press . WIPE LUM SAT HUE WIDTH 2/2 BORDER 0.0 0.0 0.0
MENU
520
1.
Press
.
WIPE
LUM
SAT
HUE
WIDTH
2/2
BORDER
0.0
0.0
0.0
Off
520
NEAR
FAR
F1
F2
F3
F4
2.
Turn
to
to set the color and width of the border.
(SAT)
: 0.0 to 100.0
(HUE)
: 0.0 to 359.5
Boarder
SAT
HUE
T I
P S
(1) For a rapid to
dial while pressing.
(2) The joystick can be used to change the color of a border.

SW 1. Press . 2. to select “ME AUTO.” Press SW MODE MV TYPE XPT
SW
1. Press
.
2. to select “ME AUTO.”
Press
SW MODE
MV TYPE
XPT HOLD
ME AUTO
SNAP:
4
Off
30
NEAR
FAR
F1
F2
F3
F4
3. Turn
to set the time (0 to 999 frames).

Switcher Operation

this function is canceled.

N ormal transition

When the [REV] button is pressed
When the [REV] button is pressed
When the [REV] button is pressed
When the [REV] button is pressed

When the [REV] button is pressed

When the [REV] button is pressed
When the [REV] button is pressed
When the [REV] button is pressed
When the [REV] button is pressed
N ormal transition When the [REV] button is pressed
N ormal transition When the [REV] button is pressed

then goes dark.

When you press the [N/R] button

The first transition

The second transition
The second transition
When you press the [N/R] button The first transition The second transition
When you press the [N/R] button The first transition The second transition
When you press the [N/R] button The first transition The second transition

Switcher Operation

8-4)

Picture-in-Picture (PIP)

You can compose videos using the PIP function by embedding a video within

another video.

Embedded video
Embedded video
Embedded video

Embedded video

1.

SW .
SW
.
Press 2. Press [PIP]. P/T RST PST SPD AUTO/MANUAL O P AF BK LIGHT SPT
Press
2. Press [PIP].
P/T RST
PST SPD AUTO/MANUAL
O P AF
BK LIGHT
SPT LIGHT O P AWB
CAM
SW
DSK
PIP
AUX 1
AUX 2
PGM
PVW
MV
CAMERA
CAMERA
DSK
PIP
DSK/AUX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
AUTO
AUTO
LOW
HIGH
PRESET SPEED

3. Press one of the “SDK/AUX” 1 to 12 to select a video to embed.

4. Press [PIP AUTO].

A red frame is displayed for background.

Press [PIP AUTO]. A red frame is displayed for background. Before PIP An orange mark is

Before PIP An orange mark is displayed for a video to embed.

After PIP The orange mark disappears and the video is boxed in a red frame.

turns red.

1. Press

2. Pressand the video is boxed in a red frame. turns red. 1. Press to select PIP

video is boxed in a red frame. turns red. 1. Press 2. Press to select PIP

to select PIP AUTO.

SW MODE MV TYPE XPT HOLD ME AUTO SNAP: 4 Off 30 NEAR FAR F1
SW MODE
MV TYPE
XPT HOLD
ME AUTO
SNAP:
4
Off
30
NEAR
FAR
F1
F2
F3
F4

3. Turn

MV TYPE XPT HOLD ME AUTO SNAP: 4 Off 30 NEAR FAR F1 F2 F3 F4

to set the time

(0 to 999 frames).

Switcher Operation

You can set the size and display position of a video to be embedded in Picture-in-Picture (PIP).

Default setting

Adjustment example 1

Adjustment example 2

Default setting Adjustment example 1 Adjustment example 2
Using the joystick: MENU 810 1. Press .
Using the joystick:
MENU
810
1. Press
.

FI N E button

CE N TER button

BRS-200 REMOTE CAMERA OPERATING SWITCHER CAMERA MENU UP FINE LEFT ENTER RIGHT X Y Z
BRS-200
REMOTE CAMERA OPERATING SWITCHER
CAMERA
MENU
UP
FINE
LEFT
ENTER
RIGHT
X
Y
Z
DOWN
CENTER
CAM
BRS-200 REMOTE CAMERA OPERATING SWITCHER CAMERA MENU UP FINE LEFT ENTER RIGHT X Y Z DOWN

Joystick

2. Turn the dial on the upper part of the joystick to set the size of the embedded video, and and incline the joystick to set its display position. Press the center button to reduce the size

to move the embedded

by half and display the video in the center. a full-screen size.

video up to reduce the size by half left right to decrease to increase the
video up
to reduce the
size by half
left
right
to decrease
to increase
the size
the size

down

You can set the size and display position of an embedded video in PIP by changing the setting values in the menu.

MENU 810 .
MENU
810
.
by changing the setting values in the menu. MENU 810 . PIP SIZE   DRCT NO.

PIP

SIZE

 

DRCT NO.

PRESET

1/5

SIZE

1/2

 

None

Exec

810

 
F1
F1
F2
F2
F3
F3
F4
F4

PIP

V POS

H POS

DRCT NO.

PRESET

2/5

POS

0.00

0.00

None

Exec

820

1. Press

2. Turn

to set the size of the embedded video.

You can set the size from 1/6 to 1/2 of a full-screen size.

MENU 820 .
MENU
820
.

3. Press

F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4

4. Turn

andto 1/2 of a full-screen size. MENU 820 . 3. Press F1 F2 F3 F4 4.

1/2 of a full-screen size. MENU 820 . 3. Press F1 F2 F3 F4 4. Turn

to set the position of the embedded video.

Switcher Operation

You can store and recall 10 settings of the PIP using numeric buttons.

1. Set up the value of PIP (SIZE, H POS, V POS) by using [MENU810] and [MENU820].

2. Press

MENU 810 .
MENU
810
.

PIP

SIZE

DRCT NO.

PRESET

1/5

SIZE

1/2

None

 

Exec

810

F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4

to select the direct PIP number (0 to 9).

to preset.

3. Turn

4. Press

the direct PIP number (0 to 9). to preset. 3. Turn 4. Press 1. Press SW

1. Press

SW .
SW
.

SW MODE

MV TYPE

XPT HOLD

DIRECT

ME AUTO

PIP:

4

Off

PIP

30

F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4

2. Press

3.

PIP: 4 Off PIP 30 F1 F2 F3 F4 2. Press 3. to select “DIRECT”. to

to select “DIRECT”.

to select “PIP”.

Turn

DIRECT 4. Press RECALL to be fit.
DIRECT
4. Press
RECALL to be fit.

5. Press one of the numeric button (0 to 9) to recall the direct PIP number.

You can set the color and width of a border.

MENU 830 1. Press . 2. Turn to
MENU
830
1. Press
.
2. Turn
to

to change the color

or width of a border.

For picture-in-picture

For picture-in-picture Border

Border

PIP

LUM

SAT

HUE

WIDTH

2/2

BORDER

0.0

0.0

0.0

Off

520

 
F1
F1
F2
F2
F3
F3
F4
F4

0.0 Off 520   F1 F2 F3 F4 (SAT): To set the saturation within the range

(SAT): To set the saturation within the range of 0.0 to 100.0 in units of 0.1.0.0 Off 520   F1 F2 F3 F4 (HUE): To set the hue in units of

(HUE): To set the hue in units of 0.5.saturation within the range of 0.0 to 100.0 in units of 0.1. (WIDTH): To set the

(WIDTH): To set the border width within the range ofin units of 0.1. (HUE): To set the hue in units of 0.5. 1 to 50

1 to 50 or set it to Off (no border). T I P S You
1 to 50 or set it to Off (no border).
T
I
P S
You can use the joystick to change the color of a border instead of
the to
dial on the upper part of the joystick adjusts HUE.

SAT

HUE

to change the color of a border instead of the to dial on the upper part

Switcher Operation

You can crop an unwanted portion of a video and embed it in PIP.

Cropping
Cropping
Cropping
Cropping
Cropping

1.

Press

MENU 840 .
MENU
840
.
 

PIP

CROP

CROPPOS

   

4/5

 

CROP

On

     

840

 
F2
F2
F3
F3
F4
F4

2.

F1 .
F1
.

Turn to set “CROP” to “On.”

3.

Press Menu page 841 is displayed.

 

PIP

TOP

LEFT

RIGHT

BOTTOM

1/1

 

CROPPOS

9.0

–12.0

12.0

–9.0

841

 
F1
F1
F2
F2
F3
F3
F4
F4

4.

Turn to
Turn
to

to set the cropping area for an embedded video.

(TOP): To set the upper side within the range of –9.0 to 9.0 in units of 0.1.

(RIGHT): To set the right side within the range of –16.0 to 16.0 in units of 0.1.

(BOTTOM): To set the lower side within the range of –9.0 to 9.0 in units of 0.1.

Switcher Operation

You can set the executing time for a transition using PIP AUTO.

SW 1. Press . 2. to select “PIP AUTO.” Press SW MODE MV TYPE XPT
SW
1. Press
.
2. to select “PIP AUTO.”
Press
SW MODE
MV TYPE
XPT HOLD
PIP AUTO
SNAP:
4
Off
30
NEAR
FAR
F1
F2
F3
F4
3. Turn
to set the time (0 to 999 frames).

You can check and adjust the results of PIP (picture-in-picture) in the preview window before displaying this as program output video.

1. Press

MENU 933 .
MENU
933
.

OUTPUT

DSK CLN

PIP CLN

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PVWMODE

On

On

933

2. Turn

F1 F2 F3 F4
F1
F2
F3
F4

to set the output mode in the preview window.3/6 PVWMODE On On 933 2. Turn F1 F2 F3 F4 set to Off when you

set to Off when you want to preview the video as the results of PIP.

Switcher Operation

8-5)

DSK

You can add characters or graphics to a video that includes any effect or composition. The Downstream Key (DSK) is useful for superimposing characters.

Background video

LESSON 1
LESSON 1

Foreground video

DSK FILL video

Program video

LESSON 1
LESSON 1

There are three types of keys:

a key signal (DSK SOURCE) created by a specific brightness of the DSK (DSK SOURCE) created by a specific brightness of the DSK SOURCE video

Switcher Operation

1 2 3 5 BRS-200 7 8 9 DSK PIP SETUP MENU UP 456 FINE
1
2
3
5
BRS-200
7
8
9
DSK
PIP
SETUP
MENU
UP
456
FINE
MEM
WIPE
MATT
LEFT
ENTER
RIGHT
FOCUS
BRIGHT
ZOOM
PAN/TILT
123
EXIT
X
Y
Z
DOWN
NEAR
FAR
0
.
F1
F2
F3
F4
PAGE
CAM
MENU/SNAP SHOT/CAMERA POSITION
P/T
RST
PST SPD
O P AF
BK LIGHT
SPT LIGHT O P AWB
CAM
SW
DSK
PIP
AUX 1
AUX 2
PGM
PVW
MV
CAMERA
CAMERA
DSK
PIP
DSK/AUX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
AUTO
AUTO
LOW
HIGH
PRESET SPEED
N/R
REV
PGM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MX
WIPE
AUTO
NEXT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
CUT
TRANS
NEXT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CUT TRANS 1.

1. Press SW .

2. Press to light up the DSK button.

3. Press one of the DSK/AUX 1 to 12 buttons to specify a video to be composed with the DSK composition (DSK FILL video)* 1 .

and the video is boxed in a red frame.

FILL video)* 1 . and the video is boxed in a red frame. *1: An orange

*1: An orange mark appears on the DSK videos for the DSK split composition).

4. Adjust the video to be composed.

5. Press to light up the DSK AUTO button in green* 2 .

Press the DSK AUTO button after the transition is complete. The DSK AUTO dark and the DSK composition is cancelled.

in green. Press the button again to restore the transition. When the transition

Switcher Operation

8-5-1) Luminance Key

A video is created by detecting the differences of the components of

Luminance key Background video DSK FILL video composition LESSON 1 LESSON 1 Black background SW
Luminance key
Background video
DSK FILL video
composition
LESSON 1
LESSON 1
Black background
SW
1. Press
.
P/T RST
PST SPD AUTO/MANUAL
O P AF
2. Press to light up the DSK button.
DSK
PIP
AUX 1
AUX 2
3. Select a DSK FILL video with one of the DSK/AUX 1 to 12 buttons.
CAMERA
CAMERA
DSK/AUX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
LOW
HIGH
PRESET SPEED
MENU
710
4. Press
Turn
.
to select “Lum” (luminance).
 

DSK

TYPE

 

FILL

SOURCE

INVERT

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KEYMODE

Lum

 

(4 chars.)

----

Off

710

5. Press P A G E to display

5. Press PAGE to display

MENU 720 .
MENU
720
.
 

DSK

CLIP

 

GAIN

TRANS P

 

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ADJUST

50

 

50.0

0.0

 

720

F1 Turn (GAIN)
F1
Turn
(GAIN)
F2
F2
F3 F4
F3
F4

, , and

: to adjust the sharpness of the outline.

(TRANSP) : to adjust the transparency of characters or graphics.

6. Press

DSK AUTO
DSK
AUTO

to execute the DSK transition. The composite DSK video is

applied to the program output.

Switcher Operation

8-5-2) Chroma Key

A video is created by detecting a specific color component (chroma) to cut

a portion from the

Background video

DSK FILL video

Background video DSK FILL video Blue background Chroma key composition

Blue background

Chroma key composition