To Set Up a GPI Input

The switcher requires a Low Edge GPI input trigger.

  1. Click Navigation Menu > Configuration > GPIO.

    The page lists all the GPIs on the switcher and how they are currently configured.

  2. Click Edit for the GPI that you want to configure as an input.
  3. Click GPI.
  4. Click an Event button to select the action you want to assign to the selected GPI input pin.
    • --none-- — no action is taken
    • CC — run a specific custom control
      • enter the custom control bank in the Bank field
      • enter the custom control in the CC field
    • Mem Recall — recall a memory on all MEs (enter the memory to recall in the Mem field)
    • FtB — perform a transition to black on the program ME that also takes all keys off-air. The source originally selected on program is selected on preset
    • ME Cut — perform a background cut on the selected ME (click an ME button to select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen)
    • ME Auto — perform a background auto transition on the selected ME (click an ME button to select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen)
    • Key Cut — perform a key cut on the selected ME and Key
      • click an ME button to select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen
      • click a Key button to select the keyer
    • Key Auto — perform a key auto transition on the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen and Key
      • click an ME button to select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen
      • click a Key to select the keyer number
    • Aux Xpt — select a video source on an aux bus
      • click the Aux button and select the aux bus
      • click the Source button and select the video source