Performing Transitions

What you can include in the transition, and the type of transition you can perform, depend on the number of media resources you have, and if you are performing a background and keyer transition at the same time.

Keep the following in mind when performing transitions:

  • If any of the sources going on-air have an assigned GPI output, the GPI output is triggered and the switcher then waits the configured pre-delay interval before performing the transition. If you perform a transition with the fader handle, the GPI output is triggered but the pre-delay interval is ignored.
  • If any of the sources going on-air are assigned to a video server, you can have the video server play when the source is taken on-air by toggling Roll Clip to select On.
  • If any of the sources going on-air are assigned to a video server, the switcher waits for the configured pre-delay interval before performing the transition. If you perform a transition with the fader handle, the pre-delay interval is ignored.
  • You can pause an auto transition by pressing the Auto Trans button during the transition. Press the button again to continue the transition.
  • On a MiniME™ , Background and key 2 only support Dissolve and Cut transitions.
  • There is no preview output for a MiniME™.