Custom Control Events

The Custom Control editor in DashBoard allows you to add or edit events in custom controls.

Event Location Description
Ancillary Data Mode Switcher Installation > Ancillary Mode Select how the switcher will strip or pass ancillary data.
  1. Click a Value button to select how the switcher treats ancillary data.
Audio Mixer AFV Enable Audio Mixer > Channel Turn on Audio Follow Video (AFV) for the selected channel on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click AFV Enable.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click On or Off to select whether AFV is turned on for the channel (On) or not (Off).
Audio Mixer AFV Volume Audio Mixer > Channel Set the AFV volume for the selected channel on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click AFV Volume.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the new AFV volume level in the Volume (%) field.
Audio Mixer Aux PreFade Audio Mixer > Channel Turn on Aux PreFade for the selected channel on the on the selected layer on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click AFV Enable.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to adjust the selected channel on.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Click On or Off to select whether Aux PreFade is turned on for the channel (On) or not (Off).
Audio Mixer Balance Audio Mixer > Channel Set the balance for the selected channel on the on the selected layer on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Balance.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to adjust the selected channel on.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the new balance level in the Volume (%) field.
Audio Mixer Channel Position Audio Mixer > Config Select the position you want the selected channel on the selected layer on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Channel Position.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to adjust the selected channel on.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the new position in the Value field counting from left to right.
Audio Mixer Channel Visibility Audio Mixer > Config Set the output volume for the selected layer on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Channel Visibility.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to adjust the selected channel on.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Click On or Off to select whether the channel is visible (On) or not (Off).
Audio Mixer Clear PFL Audio Mixer > Output Clear all PFL setting on the selected layer of the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Clear PFL.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to clear the PFL on.
Audio Mixer Clear Solo Audio Mixer > Output Clear all solo setting on the selected layer of the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Clear Solo.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to clear the solo on.
Audio Mixer Embed Audio Audio Mixer > Output Select which layers from the internal audio mixer to embed in a video output.
  1. Click Video Out Audio Mix.
  2. Click the Output button and select the video output that you want to assign an audio layer to.
  3. Click the Value button and select the layer that you want to embed in the selected video output.
Audio Mixer Gain Audio Mixer > PreAmp Set the gain for the selected channel on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Gain.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the new gain value in the Value field.
Audio Mixer Input Volume Audio Mixer > Channel Set the level for the selected channel on the on the selected layer on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Volume.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to adjust the selected channel on.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the new audio level in the Volume (%) field.
Audio Mixer Mute Audio Mixer > Channel Mute a channel on the on the selected layer on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Mute.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to adjust the selected channel on.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Click On or Off to select whether the channel is muted (On) or not (Off).
Audio Mixer Output Volume Audio Mixer > Output Set the output volume for the selected layer on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Volume.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to adjust the selected channel on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the new volume level in the Volume (%) field.
Audio Mixer PAD Audio Mixer > PreAmp Turn on PAD for the selected channel on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click PAD.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click On or Off to select whether PAD is turned on for the channel (On) or not (Off).
Audio Mixer Pan Devices > Audio Mixer Set the pan level for the selected channel on the selected device.
  1. Click Audio Pan.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click the Channel button and select the channel you want to send the command to.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the new pan level in the Pan Left/Right (%) field.
Audio Mixer Pan Audio Mixer > Channel Set the pan for the selected channel on the on the selected layer on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Pan.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to adjust the selected channel on.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the new pan level in the Volume (%) field.
Audio Mixer PFL Audio Mixer > Channel Pre Fade Listen (PFL) a channel on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click PFL.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click On or Off to select whether PFL is applied to the channel (On) or not (Off).
Audio Mixer Phantom Power Audio Mixer > PreAmp Turn on Phantom Power for the selected channel on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Phantom Power.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click On or Off to select whether Phantom Power is turned on for the channel (On) or not (Off).
Audio Mixer Solo Audio Mixer > Channel Solo a channel on the on the selected layer on the internal audio mixer.
  1. Click Solo.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer Channel button and select the channel that you want to adjust.
  3. Click the Audio Mixer Output button and select the layer that you want to adjust the selected channel on.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Click On or Off to select whether the channel is soloed (On) or not (Off).
Audio Mixer Volume Devices > Audio Mixer Set the level for the selected channel on the selected device.
  1. Click Audio Volume.
  2. Click the Audio Mixer button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click the Channel button and select the channel you want to send the command to.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the new audio level in the Volume (%) field.
Auto Trans Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Performs an auto transition on the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Auto Trans.
Bus Source Select Switcher > Bus Source Select Select a source on the selected bus for the selected ME, MiniME™, MultiScreen, or aux.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, MultiScreen, or aux that you want to select a bus on.
  2. Click the Bus/Keyer button and select the bus that you want to select a source on.
  3. If you selected a key bus, click a Bus button to select whether you are selecting a source for the fill (Video) or the alpha (Alpha) of the key.
  4. Click the Source button and select the source that you want on the selected bus.
Cancel All CC Special > Cancel All Cancel all running custom controls.
Cancel CC Special > Cancel CC Cancel a running custom control.
  1. Click the Bank button and select the custom control bank you want to cancel a custom control on.
  2. Click the CC button and select the custom control you want to cancel.
Chroma Key, Initialize Switcher > Keyer > Chroma Keyer Init Initialize a chroma key for the selected key for the selected ME or MiniME™.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
Chroma Key Color Switcher > Keyer > Chroma Keyer Color Select the color you want to key out for the selected key for the selected ME or MiniME™.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click Color and select the color you want to key out.
Chroma Key Mode Switcher > Keyer > Chroma Keyer Mode Select the mode for a chroma key for the selected key for the selected ME or MiniME™.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click a Mode button to select whether you want the chroma key to operate in basic mode (Basic), or advanced (Advanced).
Chroma Key Setup Switcher > Keyer > Chroma Keyer Param Select the various advanced chroma key settings for the selected key for the selected ME or MiniME™.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select the parameter you want to adjust.
  4. Click the Value button and select the new value you want to enter for the selected parameter.
Clean Feed Switcher Installation > ME > ME Clean Feed Select the clean feed location for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click a Before Keyer button to select whether you want the clean feed output to be taken before key 1 (Keyer 1), key 2 (Keyer 2), or key 3 (Keyer 3).
Color Framing Switcher Installation > Reference > Color Framing Select whether color framing for the reference outputs is synchronized.
  1. Click a Framing button to select whether color framing is synchronized (Sync) or not (NoSync).
Cut Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Performs a cut on the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Cut.
DVE Freeze Switcher > Keyer > DVE Freeze Turn the DVE freeze feature on or off for the selected key for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether to freeze the video and appearance of a key (On) or not (Off). When a key is frozen, the DVE attribute are disabled and you can not move the key.
DVE Key Aspect Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the aspect ratio for the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Aspect.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter an aspect ratio in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key Border Color (HSL) Switcher > Keyer > DVE Border Color (HSL) Select the custom color you want to apply to the border of the DVE key of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen. Each component of the HSL color must be inserted individually.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Component button and select the HSL component you want to assign a value to. A value should be applied to all three components.
  5. Enter a value for the selected component in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key Border Color (Preset) Switcher > Keyer > DVE Border Color (Preset) Select the preset color you want to apply to the border of the DVE key of the selected key for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Color button and select the preset color you want to apply to the border.
DVE Key Border Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the size of border for the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Border.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a size for the border in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key Crop (Bottom Edge) Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the amount of cropping on the bottom edge of the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Bottom Edge.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the amount of cropping in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key Crop (Dual Edge) Switcher > Keyer > DVE Crop Param Select the amount of cropping on both horizontal or vertical edges of the DVE key of the selected key for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Parameter button and select the edges you want to crop.
  5. Enter the amount of Left or Top cropping you want to apply in the Value % field.
  6. Enter the amount of Right or Bottom cropping you want to apply in the Other Value % field.
DVE Key Crop (Left Edge) Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the amount of cropping on the left edge of the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Left Edge.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the amount of cropping in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key Crop (Right Edge) Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the amount of cropping on the right edge of the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Right Edge.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the amount of cropping in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key Crop (Top Edge) Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the amount of cropping on the top edge of the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Top Edge.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the amount of cropping in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key Edge Softness Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the amount of softness to apply to the edge of the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Softness.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter an amount of softness for the DVE key or border in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key Size Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the size of the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Size.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new size in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key X-Position Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the x-axis position of the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select X-Pos.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
DVE Key Y-Position Switcher > Keyer > DVE Param Select the y-axis position for the DVE key on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Y-Pos.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
DVE Wipe, Reset Switcher > Transition > DVE Wipe Reset Reset the parameters or direction and flip-flop for the DVE wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Reset to reset the DVE wipe parameters.
DVE Wipe Direction (Flip-Flop) Switcher > Transition > DVE Wipe Direction Select whether the DVE wipe reverses direction for every second transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click Flip-Flip.
  4. Click On or Off to select whether Flip-Flop is on (On) or not (Off).
DVE Wipe Direction Switcher > Transition > DVE Wipe Direction Select the direction for the DVE wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click Direction.
  4. Click Forward or Reverse to select whether the DVE wipe moves in a forward (Forward) or reverse (Reverse) direction.
DVE Wipe Pattern Switcher > Transition > DVE Wipe Effect Select the pattern you want to use for a DVE wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Effect button and select the pattern you want to use for the DVE wipe.
EmbeddedTriggers — Enable Switcher Installation > Embedded Trigger > Enable Select whether EmbeddedTriggers is enabled or not for the selected output.
  1. Click the Output button and select the output BNC that you want to send EmbeddedTriggers commands on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click a Value button to select whether EmbeddedTriggers commands are inserted for the selected output (On) or not (Off).
EmbeddedTriggers — Insert Trigger Switcher Installation > Embedded Trigger > Trigger CC Select the custom control to insert into the EmbeddedTriggers message.
  1. Enter the custom control bank in the Bank field.
  2. Enter the custom control in the CC field.
EmbeddedTriggers — Set DID Switcher Installation > Embedded Trigger > Settings Select the data identifier word (DID) you want to use for the EmbeddedTriggers message.
  1. Click DID
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Enter the DID value you want to use in the Value field.
EmbeddedTriggers — Set Line Switcher Installation > Embedded Trigger > Settings Select the line in the VANC that the EmbeddedTriggers message will be inserted on.
  1. Click Line
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Enter the line value you want to use in the Value field.
EmbeddedTriggers — Set Remote ID Switcher Installation > Embedded Trigger > Settings Select the remote ID you want to use to identify the switcher that the EmbeddedTriggers message is coming from.
  1. Click Remote ID
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Enter the remote ID value you want to use in the Value field.
EmbeddedTriggers — Set SDID Switcher Installation > Embedded Trigger > Settings Select the secondary data identifier word (SDID) you want to use for the EmbeddedTriggers message.
  1. Click SDID
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Enter the SDID value you want to use in the Value field.
Fly Key (DVE) Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Fly Assign DVE resources (Fly) to the selected key for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether DVE resources are assigned to the key (On) or not (Off).
GPI Output — Edge Trigger Setup Devices > GPO Set up the type of edge trigger for the GPI output.
  1. Click GPO Edge Duration
  2. Click the GPO button and select the GPI output that you want to configure.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the duration of the edge trigger in the Duration (fr) field.
GPI Output — Level Trigger Setup Devices > GPO Set up the type of level trigger for the GPI output.
  1. Click GPO Level Config
  2. Click the GPO button and select the GPI output that you want to configure.
  3. Click a Level to select whether the level trigger uses a high (High) or low (Low) level trigger.
GPI Output — Mode Devices > GPO Select whether the level trigger GPI output act as a tally.
  1. Click GPO Mode
  2. Click the GPO button and select the GPI output that you want to configure.
  3. Click a Mode button to select whether the level trigger GPI output, when assigned to video source, acts as a roll clip (Normal) or as a tally (Tally) for the selected source.
GPI Output — Trigger Devices > GPO Trigger a GPI output.
  1. Click GPO Trigger
  2. Click the GPO button and select the GPI output that you want to trigger.
GPI Output — Trigger Type Devices > GPO Select the type of trigger for the GPI output.
  1. Click GPO Trigger Configuration
  2. Click the GPO button and select the GPI output that you want to configure.
  3. Click a Trigger to select whether the GPI output uses a level (Level) or edge (Edge) trigger.
Hold CC Special > Hold Insert a hold into the custom control.
Key, Make Linear Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Make Linear Make the selected key linear on the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to make linear.
Key Active Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Active Transition a key (or include it in the next transition) on or off-air for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Parameter button and select a cut (Cut Key) or auto transition (Trans Key) for the key, or have to key included in the next transition (Include Key).
  5. Click the Value button to select whether the key is transitioned on-air / included in the next transition to go on-air (On) or off-air / included in the next transition to go off-air (Off).
Key Copy Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Copy Copy the contents of one key to another key the same or a different ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the Target ME button and select where you want to copy the key to.
  2. Click the Target Keyer button for the key you want to copy to.
  3. Click the Source ME button and select where you want to copy the key from.
  4. Click the Source Keyer button for the key you want to copy from.
Key Invert Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Invert Turn the key invert feature on or off for the selected key for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to reverse the polarity of the key alpha so that the holes in the background are cut by dark areas of the key alpha instead of bright areas.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click a Value button to turn key invert on (On) or off (Off).
Key Mode Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Mode Select the mode for the selected key for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click a Mode button to have the key set as shaped/unshaped from the key (Normal), as additive for a shaped source (Additive), or alpha to fully opaque/white (Full).
Key Only Transition Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Trans Perform a key only transition for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Action button and select whether they key should perform a cut (Cut), or auto transition (Auto Trans).
Key Reset Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Reset Params Reset the parameters for the selected key for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to reset the clip, gain, transparency, invert, and mask for.
Key Settings (Clip, Gain, Transparency) Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Settings Select clip, gain, and transparency settings for the selected key for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a value for the clip, gain, or transparency for the key in the Value field.
Key Swap Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Swap Swap the contents of one key with another key the same or a different ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the 1st ME button and select where the first key you want to swap is.
  2. Click the 1st Keyer button for the first key you want to swap.
  3. Click the 2nd ME button and select where the second key you want to swap is.
  4. Click the 2nd Keyer button for the second key you want to swap.
Key Trans Rate Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Trans Rate Set or reset the keyer transition rate of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a new transition rate, in frames, for the key in the Value (fr) field.
Key Type Switcher > Keyer > Keyer Type Assign a key type for a key for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click a Type button to assign the key type to the selected key.
Layer Mode Switcher Installation > ME > ME Layer Mode Select whether external layer mode is active for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click a Value button to select whether external layer mode is on (On) or not (Off).
Loop CC Special > Loop Insert a loop into the custom control.
Mask, Force Switcher > Keyer > Mask Force Apply a mask to the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether to force the area inside the mask region to the foreground (On) or not (Off).
Mask, Invert Switcher > Keyer > Mask Invert Invert the mask of the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether to invert the masked area with the unmasked area (On) or not (Off).
Mask, Reset Switcher > Keyer > Mask Reset Reset the mask of the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Action button and select the parameter you want to reset.
    • Reset Type — turn mask off.
    • Reset Forced — turn force off.
    • Reset Inverted — turn invert off.
    • Reset X-Pos — reset horizontal position.
    • Reset Y-Pos — reset vertical position.
    • Reset Size — reset size.
    • Reset Ver Edges — reset top and bottom edges.
    • Reset Hor Edges — reset left and right edges.
Mask (Box) — Bottom Edge PositionMask (Box) — Bottom Edge Position Switcher > Keyer > Box Mask Param Select the position for the bottom edge of the box mask on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Bottom Edge.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Box) — Left Edge Position Switcher > Keyer > Box Mask Param Select the position for the left edge of the box mask on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Left Edge.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Box) — Right Edge Position Switcher > Keyer > Box Mask Param Select the position for the right edge of the box mask on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Right Edge.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Box) — Size Switcher > Keyer > Box Mask Param Select the size of the box mask on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Size.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new size in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Box) — Top Edge Position Switcher > Keyer > Box Mask Param Select the position for the top edge of the box mask on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Top Edge.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Box) — X-Position Switcher > Keyer > Box Mask Param Select the x-axis position of the box mask on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select X-Pos.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Box) — Y-Position Switcher > Keyer > Box Mask Param Select the y-axis position for the box mask on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Y-Pos.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Pattern) — Aspect Ratio Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Param Select the aspect ratio for the pattern mask for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Aspect.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter an aspect ratio in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Pattern) — Border Size Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Param Select the size of border for the pattern mask on the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Border Size.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a size for the border in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Pattern) — Edge Softness Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Param Select the amount of softness to apply to the edge of the mask for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Softness.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter an amount of softness for the pattern or border in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Pattern) — Horizontal Multiplication Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Param Select the number of times you want to multiply the pattern mask horizontally for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Horizontal Mult.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the number of times the pattern is multiplied in the Value field.
Mask (Pattern) — Pattern Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Effect Select a pattern for the pattern mask for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Pattern and select the pattern you want to use for the pattern generator.
Mask (Pattern) — Reset Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Reset Reset the mask for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Reset Params.
Mask (Pattern) — Rotation Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Param Select the rotation for the pattern mask for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Rotation.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a rotation in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Pattern) — Size Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Param Select the size of the pattern mask for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Size.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a new size in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Pattern) — Vertical Multiplication Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Param Select the number of times you want to multiply the pattern mask vertically for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Vertical Mult.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the number of times the pattern is multiplied in the Value field.
Mask (Pattern) — X-Position Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Param Select the x-axis position of the pattern mask for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select X-Pos.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Mask (Pattern) — Y-Position Switcher > Keyer > Pattern Mask Param Select the y-axis position for the pattern mask for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Y-Pos.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Mask Switcher > Keyer > Mask Type Apply a mask to the selected key for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Keyer button for the key you want to perform the event on.
  3. Click a Mask Type button to apply a pattern mask (Pattern), box mask (Box, or turn the mask off (Off).
Matte Color, Reset Switcher > Matte > Matte Color Reset Reset the matte color for the selected ME or aux.
  1. Click the ME/Matte button for the ME or aux that you want to perform the event on.
  2. For an ME, click the Matte button and select Matte.
Matte Color (HSL) Switcher > Matte > Matte Color (HSL) Select the custom matte color for the selected ME or aux. Each component of the HSL color must be inserted individually.
  1. Click the ME/Matte button for the ME or aux that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Matte button and select Matte.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Component button and select the HSL component you want to assign a value to. A value should be applied to all three components.
  5. Enter a value for the selected component in the Value (%) field.
Matte Color (Preset) Switcher > Matte > Matte Color (Preset) Select a preset matte color for the selected ME or aux.
  1. Click the ME/Matte button for the ME or aux that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Matte button and select Matte.
  3. Click the Color button and select the color you want to use.
ME Copy Switcher > ME Copy Copy the contents of one ME, MiniME™, MultiScreen, or aux to another.
  1. Click the Target ME button and select the location that you want to copy to.
  2. Click the Source ME button and select the location that you want to copy from.
Media-Store — Auto Play Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select whether an animation plays automatically when taken on-air for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Auto Play.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether the animation plays automatically (On) or not (Off).
Media-Store — Capture Alpha Switcher > MediaStore > Capture Alpha Select whether to include the alpha with a capture on the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Enable button and select whether the alpha is captured with the source (On) or not (Off).
Media-Store — Capture Switcher > MediaStore > Capture Capture a still to the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Enter the number you want to assign to the capture file in the Capture File field.
Media-Store — Capture Mode Switcher > MediaStore > Capture Display Select the capture mode for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click a Capture Display button to select whether the capture is in electronic-to-electronic "E/E" (End to End) or playback "P/B" (Playback) mode.
Media-Store — Capture Source Switcher > MediaStore > Media Capture Source Select the video source you want to capture for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Source and select the video source that you want to capture.
Media-Store — Clear Channel Switcher > MediaStore > Channel Action Clear the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Clear Channel.
Media-Store — Cut Frame Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select the point, in frames, from the start of the animation that the MediaWipe background cut occurs for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Cut Frame.
  4. Enter the frame in the animation that you want to cut to occur for the MediaWipe in the Value field.
Media-Store — Delete Capture Switcher > MediaStore > Delete Media Capture Delete a captured still.
  1. Enter the number of the capture file you want to delete in the Capture File field.
Media-Store Load Switcher > MediaStore > Load Load a media item into the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Location button to select whether the media item you want to load is located on the internal storage (Internal) or on the USB (USB).
  3. Enter the number of the media item you want to load in the Media Number field.
Media-Store — Looping Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select whether an animation will loop at the end for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Looping.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether the animation loops at the end (On) or not (Off).
Media-Store — Move To Frame Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Move to a specific frame in the media item for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Move To Frame.
  4. Enter the frame that you want to jump to in the media item in the Value field.
Media-Store — Mute Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select whether the associated audio is turned on or off during playback for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Mute.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether the audio plays (On) or not (Off).
Media-Store — Play Switcher > MediaStore > Channel Action Start an animation playing for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Toggle Play.
Media-Store — Play Speed Switcher > MediaStore > Playback Speed Select the speed for an animation to play at on the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Playback Speed.
  4. Enter the speed, faster or slower than 100%, that you want the animation to play at in the Value (%) field.
Media-Store — Reset Media Switcher > MediaStore > Channel Action Reset the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Reset Media.
Media-Store — Reverse Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select whether an animation plays in reverse for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Reverse.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether the animation plays in reverse (On) or not (Off).
Media-Store — Rewind Switcher > MediaStore > Channel Action Rewind an animation to the first frame for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Move to Frame 1.
Media-Store — Shaped Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select whether the alpha of the media item should be shaped or ushaped for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Shaped.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether the alpha of the media item is shaped (On) or not (Off).
Media-Store — Trigger GPI Output Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select the GPI output that you want to trigger with a MediaWipe for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select GPO.
  4. Enter the GPI output that you want to trigger with the MediaWipe in the Value field.
Media-Store — Trigger GPI Output Delay Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select the time from the start of the MediaWipe that the GPI output is triggered for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select GPO Frame.
  4. Enter the delay, in frames, for the GPI output to be triggered in the Value (fr) field.
Media-Store — X-Position Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select the x-axis position for the media item for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select X-Pos.
  4. Enter a new position in the Value field.
Media-Store — Y-Position Switcher > MediaStore > Attributes Select the y-axis position for the media item for the selected Media-Store channel.
  1. Click the MediaStore Channel button for the Media-Store channel you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Parameter button and select Y-Pos.
  4. Enter a new position in the Value field.
MediaWipe — Channel Switcher > Transition > Media Wipe Channel Select which Media-Store channel will be used for the MediaWipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click M1 or M2 to assign that Media-Store channel to the MediaWipe.
MediaWipe Cut Point, Set Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Sets the cut point for a MediaWipe transition for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen. You must select the point in the transition that you want to place the cut before running this event.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Set Media Cut.
MediaWipe — Direction, Flip-Flop Switcher > Transition > Media Wipe Direction Select whether the MediaWipe reverses direction for every second transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click Flip-Flip.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether Flip-Flop is on (On) or not (Off).
MediaWipe — Direction Switcher > Transition > Media Wipe Direction Select the direction for the MediaWipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click Direction.
  4. Click the Value button and select whether the MediaWipe moves in a forward (Forward) or reverse (Reverse) direction.
MediaWipe Trans End Point, Set Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Sets the ending point for a MediaWipe transition for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen. Use the fader to move through the animation to the point you want to end the transition and run this CC to save that point.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Set Media Trans End.
MediaWipe Trans Start Point, Set Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Sets the starting point for a MediaWipe transition for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen. Use the fader to move through the animation to the point you want to start the transition and run this CC to save that point.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Set Media Trans Start.
MediaWipe Trans Thumbnail Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Sets the starting point for a MediaWipe transition for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Set Media Thumb.
Memory Recall Switcher > Memory Recall Recall a memory for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the Include button and select all the locations that you want to perform the memory recall on.
  2. Click the Bank button and select the bank that you want to recall the memory on.
  3. Click the Memory button and select the memory that you want to recall.
ME Trans Rate Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Parameter Set or reset the background transition rate of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select ME Trans Rate.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a new transition rate, in frames, in the Value (fr) field.
ME Trans Type Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Type Select the transition type for a background transition of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Type button for the type of transition you want to use.
MultiScreen — Edge Blending Switcher Installation > MultiScreen > Edge Properties Select whether edge blending is applied to the edges of the overlapping edges for the selected MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button for the MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Blending.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Edge button and select the edge that you want to adjust.
  5. Click the Value button and select whether blending is applied edge (On) or not (Off).
MultiScreen — Edge Distance Switcher Installation > MultiScreen > Edge Parameters Select the distance between screens for the selected MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button for the MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Distance.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Edge button and select the edge that you want to adjust.
  5. Enter the distance between the screens on the selected edge in the Value (%) field.
MultiScreen — Edge Gamma Switcher Installation > MultiScreen > Edge Parameters Select the amount of gamma correction applied to the overlapping edges for the selected MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button for the MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Gamma.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Edge button and select the edge that you want to adjust.
  5. Enter the amount of gamma correction in the Value (%) field.
MultiScreen — Edge Smoothness Switcher Installation > MultiScreen > Edge Parameters Select the amount of smoothing applied to the overlapping edges for the selected MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button for the MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Smoothness.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Edge button and select the edge that you want to adjust.
  5. Enter the amount of smoothing in the Value (%) field.
MultiScreen — Layout Switcher Installation > MultiScreen > Layout Select a layout for the selected MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button for the MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Layout button and select the layout you want to use.
MultiScreen — Offset Switcher Installation > MultiScreen > Offset Select the placement of the background scaling for the selected MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button for the MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Offset.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the amount of offset in the Value (%) field.
MultiViewer Box — Aspect Ratio Markers MultiViewer > Box > MV Box Aspect Ratio Select whether aspect ratio markers are shown for the selected box on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Box button and select the box that you want perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click a Value button and select whether aspect ratio markers are shown (On) or not (Off).
MultiViewer Box — Border MultiViewer > Box > MV Box Border Mode Select the type of border you want to apply to the selected box on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Box button and select the box that you want perform the event on.
  3. Click a Border Mode button and select whether the border around the selected box is white (White), black (Black), or if there is no border (Off).
MultiViewer Box — Green Tally (Preview) MultiViewer > Box > MV Box Preview Tally Select whether a green (preview) tally is shown for the selected box on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Box button and select the box that you want perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click a Value button and select whether a green tally is shown on the selected box (On) or not (Off).
MultiViewer Box — Label MultiViewer > Box > MV Box Label Select whether the source label is on or off for the selected box on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Box button and select the box that you want perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click a Value button and select whether the label on the selected box is on (On) or not (Off).
MultiViewer Box — Label Mode MultiViewer > Box > MV Box Label Mode Select what source name is shown on the label for the selected box on the selected MultiViewer. This event only applies to the Carbonite eXtreme.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Box button and select the box that you want perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click a Label Mode button and select whether the name comes from the switcher (Switcher), the router (Router), or both are shown (Both).
MultiViewer Box — Label Position MultiViewer > Box > MV Box Label Position Select the position of the source label for the selected box on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Box button and select the box that you want perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click a Value button and select whether the label on the selected box is at the top (Top) or bottom (Bottom).
MultiViewer Box — Label Transparency MultiViewer > MV Label Transp Select transparency for the background behind the source labels on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Enter the amount of transparency in the Value (%) field.
MultiViewer Box — MultiScreen Markers MultiViewer > Box > MV Box MultiScreen Marker Select whether the MultiScreen overlay is shown for the selected box on the selected MultiViewer. The overlay shows what portions of the image are cropped out to fit into the output of the MultiScreen.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Box button and select the box that you want perform the event on.
  3. Click the ME button and select the MultiScreen you want to view.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Click a Value button and select whether the overlay is shown (On) or not (Off).
MultiViewer Box — Red Tally (On-Air) MultiViewer > Box > MV Box On-Air Tally Select whether a red (on-air) tally is shown for the selected box on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Box button and select the box that you want perform the event on.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click a Value button and select whether a red tally is shown on the selected box (On) or not (Off).
MultiViewer Box — Video Source MultiViewer > Box > MV Box Source Assign a source to one of the boxes on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Box button and select the box that you want perform the event on.
  3. Click the Value button and select the source that you want to assign to the box.
MultiViewer — Clip MultiViewer > MV Keyer Clip Select the amount of clipping to be applied to the overlay source on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Enter the amount of clipping to be applied in the Value field.
MultiViewer Clock — Background Color (Preset) MultiViewer > Clock > MV Clock (Preset Color) Select a preset color for the background of the clock on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Background.
  3. Click the Color button and select the color you want to use.
MultiViewer Clock — Foreground Color (HSL) MultiViewer > Clock > MV Clock (HSL Color) Select the custom color for the lettering of the clock on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Clock Area button and select Foreground.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Component button and select the HSL component you want to assign a value to. A value should be applied to all three components.
  5. Enter a value for the selected component in the Value (%) field.
MultiViewer Clock — Foreground Color (Preset) MultiViewer > Clock > MV Clock (Preset Color) Select a preset color for the lettering of the clock on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Foreground.
  3. Click the Color button and select the color you want to use.
MultiViewer Clock — Format MultiViewer > Clock > MV Clock Format Select the hour format for the clock on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click a Value button and select whether the clock shows 24-hour (24-Hours), 12-hour with am/pm (12-Hour AM/PM), or simple 12-hour (12-Hour) clock.
MultiViewer Clock — Mode MultiViewer > Clock > MV Clock Mode Select whether the clock shows timecode or system time on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click a Clock Mode button and select whether the clock shows timecode (Timecode), system time (System), or is off (Off).
MultiViewer Clock — Size MultiViewer > Clock > MV Clock Param Select the size of the cock on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Clock Size.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the size of the clock in the Value (%) field.
MultiViewer Clock — Timecode Frame Count MultiViewer > Clock > MV Clock Frame Count Select whether number of frames for a timecode are shown on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click a Value button and select whether the frame count is shown (On) or not (Off).
MultiViewer Clock — X-Position MultiViewer > Clock > MV Clock Param Select the horizontal position of the cock on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Clock X-Pos.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the horizontal position of the clock in the Value (%) field.
MultiViewer MultiViewer > Clock > MV Clock (HSL Color) Select the custom color for the background of the clock on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Clock Area button and select Background.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Component button and select the HSL component you want to assign a value to. A value should be applied to all three components.
  5. Enter a value for the selected component in the Value (%) field.
MultiViewer — FSFC Label MultiViewer > MV FSFC Label Select whether FSFC is shown on the label on the selected MultiViewer when a source has an FSFC applies to it.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click a Value button to select whether FSFC is shown on the label (On) or not (Off).
MultiViewer — Layout MultiViewer > MV Layout Select a layout for the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Layout button and select the layout you want to use.
MultiViewer — Outputs Switcher Installation > Output Mode Select which outputs the MultiViewer is available on. This feature is only available when the switcher is operating in a standard-definition or 3G video mode.
  1. Click an Outputs button to select which pair of output BNCs you want to assign to as MultiViewer outputs.
  2. Click a Lock MultiViewers button to assign the selected output BNCs as MultiViewer outputs (On) or not (Off).
MultiViewer — Tally Display MultiViewer > MV Tally Display Select how the tallies are shown on the selected MultiViewer.
  1. Click a MultiViewer button to select which MultiViewer you want that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click a Tally Display button to select whether tallies are shown as a border around the box (Box), as boxes on either side of the label (Label), or as boxes on either side of the label but swapped (Label Reverse).
Output BNC Assignment Switcher Installation > Output Assignment Assign a source to the selected output BNC.
  1. Click the Output button and select the output BNC that you want to assign a source to.
  2. Click the Source button and select the source that you want to assign to the selected output BNC.
Pause CC Special > Hold Insert a pause into the custom control.
  1. Enter the length of the pause in the Pause (fr) field.
PBus — Recall Devices > PBus Recall a register on the selected PBus device.
  1. Click PBus Recall Register.
  2. Click the PBus button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click the Device button and select the channel you want to send the command to.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter number of the register you want to recall in the Register field.
PBus — Trigger Devices > PBus Trigger a function on the selected PBus device.
  1. Click PBus Trigger Function.
  2. Click the PBus button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click the Device button and select the channel you want to send the command to.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the number of the function you want to trigger in the Function field.
Personality — Auto Remove Key Switcher Personality > Auto Remove Key Have a key removed from the Next Transition area, so that it is not included in the next transition, after it has been transitioned off-air using the KEY X CUT or KEY X AUTO buttons.
  1. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  2. Click the Value button and select whether the personality option is on (On) or not (Off).
Personality — Auto Trans Second Press (Key) Switcher Personality > Key Auto Trans 2nd Press Select how the switcher reacts when the KEY AUTO button is pressed during a transition.
  1. Click the Second Auto button and select how the switcher reacts to pressing the button during a transition.
    • Ignore — the buttons are ignored during the transition
    • Halt Forward — halt the transition and move forward through the transition when pressed again
    • Halt Reverse — halt the transition and move backwards through the transition when pressed again
    • Reverse — reverse the transition immediately
    • Cut — cut the transition to the end
Personality — Auto Trans Second Press (ME) Switcher Personality > ME Auto Trans 2nd Press Select how the switcher reacts when the AUTO TRANS button is pressed during a transition.
  1. Click the Second Auto button and select how the switcher reacts to pressing the button during a transition.
    • Ignore — the buttons are ignored during the transition
    • Halt Forward — halt the transition and move forward through the transition when pressed again
    • Halt Reverse — halt the transition and move backwards through the transition when pressed again
    • Reverse — reverse the transition immediately
    • Cut — cut the transition to the end
Personality — Next Trans Reset Switcher Personality > Auto Reset Trans Have the transition area reset to a default background dissolve after each transition.
  1. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  2. Click the Value button and select whether the personality option is on (On) or not (Off).
Personality — Roll Clip Switcher Personality > Roll Clip Force Select whether the Roll Clip functionality is always on.
  1. Click a Value button to select whether Roll Clip is always on (Force) or must be turned on manually (User).
Play CC Special > Play CC Play a custom control.
  1. Click the Bank button and select the custom control bank you want to play a custom control on.
  2. Click the CC button and select the custom control you want to play.
Reference Source Switcher Installation > Reference > Video Reference Select the reference source for the switcher.
  1. Click a Reference Source button to select whether to use an internal (Internal) or external (External) reference source.
Reset Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Resets the transition area of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Reset.
Resume CC Special > Resume CC Resume a custom control at hold.
  1. Click the Bank button and select the custom control bank you want to resume a custom control on.
  2. Click the CC button and select the custom control you want to resume.
Robotic Camera — Halt All Devices > Camera Send the halt command to the selected camera.
  1. Click Camera Halt All.
  2. Click the Camera button and select the device you want to send the command to.
Robotic Camera — Recall Shot Devices > Camera Recall a shot on the selected camera at the rate/speed set in the shot.
  1. Click Recall Shot.
  2. Click the Camera button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click the Channel button and select the channel you want to send the command to.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the shot number you want to recall from in the Shot field.
Robotic Camera — Recall Shot Fast Devices > Camera Recall a shot on the selected camera as quickly as possible.
  1. Click Recall Shot (Fast).
  2. Click the Camera button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click the Channel button and select the channel you want to send the command to.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the shot number you want to recall from in the Shot field.
Robotic Camera — Store Shot Devices > Camera Store a shot on the selected camera.
  1. Click Store Shot.
  2. Click the Camera button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click the Channel button and select the channel you want to send the command to.
  4. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  5. Enter the shot number you want to store to in the Shot field.
Roll Clip Switcher > Transition > Roll Clip Turn the Roll Clip feature on or off for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Value button and select whether roll clip is on (On) or not (Off).
RossTalk CC Devices > RossTalk Send the simulated custom control to the selected device.
  1. Click CC.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the bank of the custom control in the Bank field.
  4. Enter the number of the custom control in the Custom field.
RossTalk Clear Devices > RossTalk Send the Clear Framebuffer command for a framebuffer and layer to the selected device.
  1. Click Clear Channel.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the framebuffer that you want to clear in the Channel field.
  4. Enter the layer that you want to clear in the Layer field.
RossTalk — Cue (item + framebuffer) Devices > RossTalk Send the Cue command for a specific item and framebuffer to the selected device.
  1. Click Cue (2).
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the take item id of the item you want to cue in the Take ID field.
  4. Enter the framebuffer that you want to cue the item on in the Channel field.
RossTalk — Cue (item + framebuffer + layer) Devices > RossTalk Send the Cue command for a specific item and location to the selected device.
  1. Click Cue (3).
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the take item id of the item you want to cue in the Take ID field.
  4. Enter the framebuffer that you want to cue the item on in the Channel field.
  5. Enter the layer that you want to cue the item on in the Layer field.
RossTalk — Cue Current Devices > RossTalk Send the Cue command to the selected device.
  1. Click Cue.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
RossTalk — Focus Devices > RossTalk Send the Focus command for a specific item to the selected device.
  1. Click Focus.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the take item id of the item you want to have focus in the Take ID field.
RossTalk — GPI Devices > RossTalk Send the simulated GPI input to the selected device.
  1. Click GPI.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the GPI you want to simulate triggering in the GPI field.
RossTalk — Next Devices > RossTalk Send the Next command to the selected device.
  1. Click Take Next.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
RossTalk — Read Devices > RossTalk Send the Read command for a specific item and layer to the selected device.
  1. Click Read.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the take item id of the item you want to read in the Take ID field.
  4. Enter the layer that you want to cue the item on in the Layer field.
RossTalk — Resume Devices > RossTalk Send the Resume command for a framebuffer and layer to the selected device.
  1. Click Clear Channel.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the framebuffer that you want to resume in the Channel field.
  4. Enter the layer that you want to resume in the Layer field.
RossTalk — Sequencer Down Devices > RossTalk Send the Sequencer Down command to the selected device.
  1. Click Sequencer Down.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
RossTalk — Sequencer Up Devices > RossTalk Send the Sequencer Up command to the selected device.
  1. Click Sequencer Up.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
RossTalk — Swap Current Devices > RossTalk Send the Swap command to the selected device.
  1. Click Swap.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
RossTalk — Swap Devices > RossTalk Send the Swap command for a specific location to the selected device.
  1. Click Swap (2).
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the framebuffer that you want to swap the items on in the Channel field.
  4. Enter the layer that you want to swap the items on in the Layer field.
RossTalk — Take Current Devices > RossTalk Send the Take command to the selected device.
  1. Click Take.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
RossTalk — Take Devices > RossTalk Send the Take command for a specific item and location to the selected device.
  1. Click Take (3).
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the take item id of the item you want to take in the Take ID field.
  4. Enter the framebuffer that you want to take the item on in the Channel field.
  5. Enter the layer that you want to take the item on in the Layer field.
RossTalk — Take Off Devices > RossTalk Send the Take Off command for a specific item to the selected device.
  1. Click Take Offline.
  2. Click the RossTalk Device button and select the device you want to send the RossTalk command to.
  3. Enter the take item id of the item you want to take in the Take ID field.
RState, Load Switcher > Load RState Load the custom reset settings for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the Include button and select all the locations that you want to recall the custom reset settings on.
Source Substitution, Delete Switcher Installation > Source Substitution > Delete Subst Table Delete an entry from the substitution table.
  1. Click the Source button and select the source that you want to delete the substitution(s) for. If more than one substitution entry exists for the selected source, all those entries will be deleted.
Source Substitution Switcher Installation > Source Substitution > Source ME Sub Set a source substitution for the substitution table.
  1. Click the Source button and select the source that you want to set a substitution for.
  2. Click the ME button and select the MiniME™ that you want to assign a substitution source to.
  3. Click the Subst button and select the source you want to substitute for the selected source.
State, Insert Special > State Insert the current state of the switcher into the custom control.
  1. Click State Attributes and select the elements that you want to include in the state of the switcher when it is stored to the custom control.
Switching Field Switcher Installation > Field Switch Select the field that a video transition will be performed on.
  1. Click a Switch Field button to select whether video transitions are performed on field 1 only (Field 1), field 2 only(Field 2), or the current field (Both).
Trans Clear Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Configures the next transition area of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen to take all keys off-air with the next transition.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Trans Clear.
Trans Elements Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Elements Select the elements to be included in the next transition of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Elements button and select background and/or the keys that you want to include in the next transition.
Trans Limit — On/Off Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Limit Turn the transition limit feature on or off for the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Click the Value button and select whether trans limit is on (On) or not (Off).
Trans Limit — Reset Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Resets the transition limit point of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Reset Limit.
Trans Limit — Set Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Action Sets the transition limit point of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen. You must select the point in the transition that you want to place the limit before running this event.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Action button and select Set Limit.
Trans Limit — Value Switcher > Transition > ME Trans Limit Value Select the limit point for the trans limit of the selected ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen.
  1. Click the ME button and select the ME, MiniME™, or MultiScreen that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  3. Enter the point in the transition that you want to place the trans limit in the Value (%) field.
Video Mode Switcher Installation > Reference > Video Format Select the video format that the switcher will operate in.
  1. Click the Video Mode button and select the video format for the switcher.
Video Server — Cue Devices > Video Server Send the Cue command and name of clip to cue to the selected device.
  1. Click Cue.
  2. Click the Video Server button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click a Channel button to select the channel you want to send the command to.
  4. Enter the identifier of the clip in the Clip Name field.
Video Server — Loop Off Devices > Video Server Send the Loop Off command to the selected device.
  1. Click Loop Off.
  2. Click the Video Server button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click a Channel button to select the channel you want to send the command to.
Video Server — Loop On Devices > Video Server Send the Loop On command to the selected device.
  1. Click Loop On.
  2. Click the Video Server button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click a Channel button to select the channel you want to send the command to.
Video Server — Play Devices > Video Server Send the Play command to the selected device.
  1. Click Play.
  2. Click the Video Server button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click a Channel button to select the channel you want to send the command to.
Video Server — Record Devices > Video Server Send the Record command to the selected device.
  1. Click Record.
  2. Click the Video Server button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click a Channel button to select the channel you want to send the command to.
Video Server — Stop Devices > Video Server Send the Stop command to the selected device.
  1. Click Play.
  2. Click the Video Server button and select the device you want to send the command to.
  3. Click a Channel button to select the channel you want to send the command to.
Wash Color (HSL) Switcher > Matte > Wash Color (HSL) Select the custom matte color for the selected ME or aux. Each component of the HSL color must be inserted individually. This is the second color of the wash, the first color is set from the matte color.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Matte button and select Wash.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Component button and select the HSL component you want to assign a value to. A value should be applied to all three components.
  5. Enter a value for the selected component in the Value (%) field.
Wash Color (Preset) Switcher > Matte > Wash Color (Preset) Select a preset wash color for the selected ME. This is the second color of the wash, the first color is set from the matte color.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Matte button and select Wash.
  3. Click the Color button and select the color you want to use.
Wash Color Reset Switcher > Matte > Wash Color Reset Reset the matte color for the selected ME. This is the second color of the wash, the first color is set from the matte color.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Matte button and select Wash.
Wash Generator — Disable Switcher > Matte > Wash Enabled Reset Disable the wash generator for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
Wash Generator — Enable Switcher > Matte > Wash Enabled Enable the wash generator for the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Wash button and select whether the wash generator is enabled (On) or not (Off).
Wipe Direction (Flip-Flop) Switcher > Transition > Wipe Direction Select whether the wipe reverses direction for every second transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Pattern button and select Wipe.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Parameter button and select Flip-Flip.
  5. Click the Value button and select whether Flip-Flop is on (On) or off (Off).
Wipe Direction Switcher > Transition > Wipe Direction Select the direction for the wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Pattern button and select Wipe.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Parameter button and select Direction.
  5. Click the Value button and select whether the wipe moves in a forward (Forward) or reverse (Reverse) direction.
Wipe Pattern — Aspect Ratio Switcher > Transition > Wipe Param Select the aspect ratio for the wipe pattern you want to use for a wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Aspect.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter an aspect ratio in the Value (%) field.
Wipe Pattern — Border Color (HSL) Switcher > Transition > Wipe Border Color (HSL) Select the custom color you want to apply to the border of the pattern for the wipe transition of the selected ME. Each component of the HSL color must be inserted individually.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Matte button and select Wipe Border.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Click the Component button and select the HSL component you want to assign a value to. A value should be applied to all three components.
  5. Enter a value for the selected component in the Value (%) field.
Wipe Pattern — Border Color (Preset) Switcher > Transition > Wipe Border Color (Preset) Select the preset color you want to apply to the border of the pattern for the wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Matte button and select Wipe Border.
  3. Click the Color button and select the preset color you want to apply to the border.
Wipe Pattern — Border Size Switcher > Transition > Wipe Param Select the size of border for the wipe pattern you want to use for a wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Border Size.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a size for the border in the Value (%) field.
Wipe Pattern — Edge Softness Switcher > Transition > Wipe Param Select the amount of softness to apply to the edge of the pattern or border for the wipe pattern you want to use for a wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Softness.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter an amount of softness for the pattern or border in the Value (%) field.
Wipe Pattern — Horizontal Multiplication Switcher > Transition > Wipe Param Select the number of times you want to multiply the wipe pattern horizontally for the wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Horizontal Mult.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the number of times the pattern is multiplied in the Value field.
Wipe Pattern — Pattern Switcher > Transition > Wipe Effect Select the pattern you want to use for a wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Pattern button and select the pattern you want to use for the wipe.
Wipe Pattern — Rotation Switcher > Transition > Wipe Param Select the rotation for the wipe pattern you want to use for a wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Rotation.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a rotation in the Value (%) field.
Wipe Pattern — Size Switcher > Transition > Wipe Param Select the size for the wipe pattern you want to use for a wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Size.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a new size in the Value (%) field.
Wipe Pattern — Vertical Multiplication Switcher > Transition > Wipe Param Select the number of times you want to multiply the wipe pattern vertically for the wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Vertical Mult.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter the number of times the pattern is multiplied in the Value field.
Wipe Pattern — X-Position Switcher > Transition > Wipe Param Select the x-axis position for the wipe pattern you want to use for a wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select X-Pos.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Wipe Pattern — Y-Position Switcher > Transition > Wipe Param Select the y-axis position for the wipe pattern you want to use for a wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click the Parameter button and select Y-Pos.
  3. Click the Change Type button and select whether you want to set (Absolute) or reset (Reset) the parameter. Some selections will not be available when you reset the parameter.
  4. Enter a new position in the Value (%) field.
Wipe Reset Switcher > Transition > Wipe Reset Reset the parameters or direction and flip-flop for the wipe transition of the selected ME.
  1. Click the ME button for the ME that you want to perform the event on.
  2. Click Reset Params to reset the wipe parameters or Reset Direction to reset the wipe direction and flip-flop.