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1 Owner s Manual Thank you for your purchase of the PR-80 Realtime Video Presenter. 201b Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: USING THE UNIT SAFELY (DV-7DL PRO Owner s Manual P.4), and IMPORTANT NOTES (DV-7DL PRO Owner s Manual p.6). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature provided by your new unit, Owner s manual should be read in its entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference. 206j * Windows is known officially as: Microsoft Windows operating system. 207 * Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. 209 * Mac OS is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. 220 * All product names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. 237 * V-LINK ( ) is a trademark of Roland Corporation. 202 Copyright 2005 ROLAND CORPORATION All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION.

2 Before Using the PR-80 The features of the Presenter Described in the "PR-80 Owner's Manual" (this document). Play Back High-Quality Video in Real Time You can play back and switch high-quality DV-format video images in real time. A Variety of Realtime Effects Use a variety of video effects in real time, including switching effects for smooth transitions between video images, control of playback speed, resetting of retrigger points, and more. A variety of External Control Functions Not only can you use the keyboard and mouse, you can select from a number of different ways to control the PR-80. You can use the RS-232C port, optional touch screen, or use the optional DV-7DLC controller, a UM-1 or other UM Series USB MIDI interface, or the PCR-50 MIDI keyboard. Dual-stream Playback Effects You can play back two pieces of video material at the same time for cross-dissolving or mixing. Real-time effects such as Vertical Split and Colorize are built in. Masking You can use title masks to cut out any shape you want from the final video output. A Variety of Ways to Connect You can use the V-LINK function to exhibit video during musical performances, create virtual clips of live video sources with the V-4 (video mixer) control, use the Presenter Control for simple and easy coordination of multiple PR-80s and DV-7PRs, work with multichannel audio sources with the AR (Roland AR Series control), and more. Can Be Used with a Removable Hard Disk You can use an optional removable hard disk (DV-HD Series) for transport and backup of your video data. This data is also mutually compatible with data from DV-7 Series devices. Import Video Material Created on Computers Using the CD-ROM or network functions and a digital video connection, you can import video material created on computers. Simple Sequencer Function You can play multiple clips in a specified sequence, or have a specified clip play automatically upon startup. Automatic Operations with the Scheduler You can use the Scheduler to have the PR-80 automatically perform a variety of functions, such as playing back data, stopping, synchronizing times over a network, or starting up at a predetermined time. 2

3 Before Using the PR-80 Editor Features These are described in the "DV-7DL PRO Owner's Manual." The PR-80 is equipped with the editing features of the DV-7DL PRO, and lets you use them to edit video. Direct Linear Editing This unit has a wide range features that let you perform editing intuitively, and despite being a nonlinear editing device, it makes it possible for you to carry out direct linear editing with with the feel of a linear editing system. A Simple, Easy-to-understand Digital-Video Editing Unit This unit boasts video-editing features that enable even first-time users to get started right away. Intuitive A/B Roll Editing The unit features an A/B roll editor that lets you switch intuitively between pieces of video material. When you use the optional DV-7DLC, you can perform A/B roll editing with a linear-editing feel. Nonstop Editing Features This unit is equipped with nonstop editing features that let you edit a sequence as you play it back. For instance, you can perform such editing operations as inserting video, titles, and narration without stopping sequence playback. Real-time Processing Real-time processing features let you carry out video editing with versatile effects (dissolve and wipe), titles, and even two-picture compositing such as picture-in-picture and double exposure, without having to render. High-quality Audio Processing Roland's audio-processing technology lets you perform high-quality audio processing. You can apply such audio effects as a four-band equalizer and compressor. Create Sophisticated Titles with Ease A Rich Array of Text Embellishments You can enhance text with such embellishments as edge, shadow, and see-through text. The unit also comes with 22 font styles, enabling you to create titles perfectly matched to the mood and atmosphere. A Wide Range of Shape-drawing Features In addition to creating text, you can also draw circles, squares, and opacity, as well as lines and curves. By combining these shapes, you can create titles that are even more expressive. Capture Video from External Sources You can capture photographs shot with a digital camera as well as graphics from other external sources by using CD-ROMs and the optional DL-CR1 memory-card reader. Create Rolling and Crawling Titles You can easily use the Titler to create rolling and crawling titles. It's also possible to capture text files from a computer. 3

4 Contents Before Using the PR Contents...4 Before Using the PR About This Manual... 6 When First Operating the PR Other Notes... 7 About the Hard Disk... 7 About the Shortcut Keys... 7 About the DV-7DLC Templates... 7 Names of Things and What They Do... 8 Front Panel... 8 Rear Panel... 9 Setting Up and Connecting Equipment Instructions for Connecting Digital Video Devices Equipped with DV Connectors Connecting to a Computer Over a Network Examples of Using and Connecting the PR Usage Examples Connection Examples Working with the Keyboard and Mouse About the Keyboard and Included Mouse About Operations with the Mouse Introduction to Use of the PR How the PR-80 is Organized Selector Presenter Editor Basic Workflow What is V-LINK? Names of Things in Screens/What They Do Selector Play Mode Edit Mode Utility System Preferences Turning the Power On and Off Turning On the Power Turning Off the Power Creating and Opening Projects What is a Project? The Relationship Between Materials, Clips, and Palettes Creating Projects Opening Projects To Copy or Delete a Project Playing Back Clips Using the Mouse to Play Back Clips About the Video Output Monitor Display Switching the Palette Transition Effects Dual Stream Effects Color Correction Masking Color Bar Turning Loop Playback On and Off Assigning Materials to Palettes

5 Contents Saving Projects Using V-LINK Practical Use of the PR Making the Settings for the Project Editing Palettes Making the Palette Settings Editing Clips Making the Clip Settings Changing Material Settings Setting Automatic Playback Importing Materials Importing Materials from Another Project Capturing Video from a Video Deck or Other Device Importing Video from an Editor Library Importing Materials Created with a Computer Importing Masks Created on a Computer Organizing Projects Copying Projects Deleting Projects Using Scheduler to Control Presenter Starting the Scheduler Creating a Schedule Deleting a Schedule Activating Scheduler Controlling Presenter with MIDI Using MIDI Devices Using Other Devices to Control Presenter Using a DV-7DLC Using the RS-232C Connector Using a Touch Panel Display Controlling Other Devices with the PR Controlling Another Presenter Controlling the V Controlling AR Series Devices Making the System Settings Eliminating Flicker in the Operational Display Automatically Starting Up Presenter Using an External Power Switch to Turn the Power On and Off Making the Network Settings Making the Touch Panel Display Settings Other System Settings Specifications Keyboard shortcut keys When using the Play Mode of Presenter When using the Edit Mode of Presenter MIDI implementation (Presenter) RS-232C Command Reference (Presenter) Command Overview About the Protocol Commands Sent from an External Device to the Presenter Commands Sent from the Presenter to an External Device About the Removable Hard Disk Precautions to Note When Using Disks Instructions for Installing the Hard Disk Index

6 Before Using the PR-80 About This Manual This Owner s Manual contains the following sections. Before Using the PR-80 This section includes cautionary notes regarding use of this device, descriptions of the front and rear panels, and examples showing different ways to set up and connect the device. Introduction to Use of the PR-80 This section goes over the procedural sequences used in operating the PR-80, provides descriptions of the different screens, and explains how to use the PR-80 to play back video images. Practical Use of the PR-80 This section explains how to control the PR-80 with external devices and provides detailed instructions for using the PR-80 s functions, allowing you to gain full control of the device. Reference This section contains the MIDI Implementation, device specifications, and other data for the PR-80. When First Operating the PR-80 If operating the PR-80 for the first time, please read Basic Workflow (p. 25). This section provides a general overview of operations using the PR-80, from turning on the power to playing back and loading prepared data, in a manner that allows an easy grasp of how the PR-80 works. Most of the procedures involve using the mouse or keyboard while viewing the PR-80 s screens. If you find you do not understand something during an operation, you can check the buttons and features by referring to the descriptions of the various screens in Names of Things and What They Do (p. 8). 6

7 Before Using the PR-80 Other Notes About the Hard Disk The PR-80 uses a hard disk for saving video and storing the system. Hard disks do have a limited lifetime, and thus are considered a consumable item. Depending on how the unit is handled, the hard disk may reach the end of its service life sooner than expected. Please be sure to observe the following points to prevent loss of your important creations. Back up your projects by using a removable hard disk (DV-HD Series). As much as possible, stop playback and keep access to the hard disk to a minimum whenever playback of video images is not required. If the unit is moved frequently, save projects to an optional removable hard disk (DV-HD Series), and transport the hard disk separately from the PR-80, in the box that it came in when purchased. For more information regarding the removable hard disk (DV-HD Series), read About the Removable Hard Disk (p. 138). About the Shortcut Keys You can reconfigure the shortcut keys used for the PR-80 s keyboard shortcuts. Although this manual explains the keyboard shortcuts that use the Ctrl key, if the shortcut keys have been changed by means of the system environment settings (p. 41), you ll need to substitute the names of the shortcut keys you have set while reading these explanations. About the DV-7DLC Templates The DV-7DLC template included with this unit makes it easier to understand the functions assigned to the buttons when the optional DV-7DLC is used with the PR-80. Remove the detachable sheet on the back of the template and apply the template to the DV-7DLC control panel, then remove the protective sheet from the template s front surface. 7

8 Before Using the PR-80 Names of Things and What They Do Front Panel fig.frontpanel.eps a b c a. CD-ROM Drive and Eject Button Used for loading data from CD-R/CD-RW disks containing material created using computers and from future upgrade CD-ROMs. Press the eject button to open the disk tray. b. Hard Disk Bay The optional removable hard disk (DV-HD Series) is inserted here. In addition to the internal hard disk, use of the removable hard disk allows you to store projects on dedicated disks, back up data, and manage your data in the most suitable manner. * You cannot make use of the internal hard disk and the removable hard disk simultaneously on the same project. * Always turn off the power to the PR-80 before inserting or removing the removable hard disk. * For a detailed explanation of how the removable hard disk is installed, refer to About the Removable Hard Disk (p. 138). c. Mic Jack [MIC IN] and Level Knob [LEVEL] You can connect a microphone to the MIC IN jack [MIC IN] and the LEVEL control [LEVEL and use it with the Editor. With the Editor, you can perform postrecording or record narration for the sequence you're editing. d e d. DV2 Connector Digital video input/output. Connect DV devices here. * The transition effects and output fader are not applied to the digital video output. e. USB Connector Connect an optional remote controller (DV-7DLC), MIDI interface (UM-1/UM-1S/UM-2/UM-4/UM- 550/UM-880), or a MIDI keyboard (PC-300/PCR-30/ PCR-50). Connect devices here only when the PR-80 s power is turned off. You can connect to either of the two connectors. However, you cannot connect two remote controllers simultaneously. f. Headphone Jack [PHONES] and Volume Knob [LEVEL] Jack for connecting headphones and knob for adjusting the headphone volume level. g. Hard Disk Indicator Lights when the hard disk is being accessed. h. POWER Indicator Lights when the PR-80 s power is on. i. [POWER] Button f g Button for turning on the power to the PR-80. h i 8

9 Before Using the PR-80 Rear Panel fig.rearpanel.eps a b c d e f g h i j a. AC Socket Connect the included power cord here. The selector switch on the right of this connector must be switched to match the power supply voltage in the region where the PR-80 is being used. b. LAN Connector Connect a networking cable here. For more detailed information, refer to Making the Network Settings (p. 113). c. OUTPUT Jacks [OUTPUT:S-VIDEO, VIDEO, BNC (COMPOSITE), and AUDIO] These are the video and audio output jacks. You use them to connect such equipment as a television for monitor use, video projector, power amp, and the like. d. Input Connectors [INPUT: S-VIDEO, VIDEO, AUDIO] Connectors for input of video and audio signals. Use for connecting video devices and other such equipment. e. Mouse Connector [MOUSE] Use for connecting the included mouse. Make sure the power to the PR-80 is turned off before connecting. f. Keyboard Connector [KEYBOARD] Use for connecting the keyboard. Make sure the power to the PR-80 is turned off before connecting. g. USB Connector Connect an optional remote controller (DV-7DLC), MIDI interface (SMPU-64/UM-1/UM-1S/UM-1/ UM-1S/UM-2/UM-2E/UM-2C/UM-4/UM-550/ UM-880), or a MIDI keyboard (PCR-30/PCR-50/PCR- 80/PC-300) here. Connect devices here only when the PR-80 s power is turned off. You can connect to either of the two connectors. However, you cannot connect two remote controllers simultaneously. h. RS-232C Connector [RS-232C] Use this connector to connect the PR-80 and a computer and use the connection to exchange signals between the two devices. For more detailed information, refer to Using the RS-232C Connector (p. 105). * You can also use this to connect a touch panel display. In this case, RS-232C commands cannot be used for control functions. For more details, refer to Using a Touch Panel Display (p. 105). For more on the touch panel displays that can be used, contact your dealer. i. Display Connector [DISPLAY OUT] Connect the display here. Use an GA-compatible display (1024 x 768) equipped with a D-sub 15-pin connector. j. DV1 Connector [DV 1] Digital video input and output connector. Connect digital video devices here. * The transition effects and output fader are not applied to the digital video output. 9

10 Before Using the PR-80 Setting Up and Connecting Equipment fig.connection.eps Start by connecting the devices you will be using, such as video and audio devices used for output and monitoring and the displays used for your operations. Whenever connecting devices, always be sure to have the power turned off first. Connecting equipment with the power turned on may cause malfunctioning and other problems. The PR-80 comes with a DV (digital video) cable for use in connecting video devices equipped with DV connectors to the PR-80 s DV connector. Use the included DV cable when connecting to the DV connector. When connecting video tape recorders to the S-Video or video (composite) connectors, use a commercially available video cable. We recommend connecting to the S-Video connector if a VCR equipped with an S-Video connector is to be connected to an analog connector. This provides higher quality video than that available with the normal (composite) video connector. Display for monitor/output RCA pin connector Audio S-Video connector Video AC power outlet VGA cable Mouse Keyboard Display for operation 921 To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices, always turn down the volume, and turn off the power on all devices before making any connections. 10

11 Before Using the PR-80 Instructions for Connecting Digital Video Devices Equipped with DV Connectors When connecting digital video devices equipped with DV connectors, use the included DV cable and connect as shown in the following figure. fig.connection.dv.eps Front Panel Other device (such as a video deck) DV Input/Output Connector Rear panel DV Input/Output Connector DV Input/Output Connector the included DV cable Electromagnetic interference produced by using the PR-80 near a television or radio may cause unevenness in the TV screen picture color or produce noise in the radio. If connecting to a computer's IEEE1394 connector (also called i.link or FireWire), be sure to use a DV cable that is compatible with your computer. 11

12 Before Using the PR-80 Connecting to a Computer Over a Network Connect using a LAN cable. Connecting to the computer over a network allows you to copy data from the computer to the PR-80 and access a network time server to adjust the PR-80 s timing. Whenever making these connections, always make sure that the power for all devices is turned off. Connecting equipment with the power turned on may cause malfunctioning and other problems fig.connection.lan.eps Router, hub, etc. Rear panel LAN Connector LAN Connector Computer Computer LAN cable 12

13 Before Using the PR-80 Examples of Using and Connecting the PR-80 Usage Examples fig.stage.eps Presenting Video Performances on Stage You can utilize the PR-80 s high-quality video and superb responsiveness to add the effects of video to concerts and other stage events. PR-80 V-4 Projector Video camera, etc. V-Synth Exhibits and Other Presentations fig.presentation.eps You can insert still images, video, narration, and other material as clips, with no need to make changes to the material and with full freedom to play the clips at whatever point desired. PR-80 Projector DV-7DLC Power amplifier Speakers 13

14 Before Using the PR-80 Video at Facilities fig.equipment.eps It s a breeze to set up a system that allows visitors to museums or individual booths at conventions and the like to see and hear video and audio descriptions when they want. You can also use the Scheduler to have video play automatically. PR-80 Touch panel display Display Power amplifier Speakers AR-3000 Power amplifier Speakers AR-3000 Power amplifier Speakers 14

15 Before Using the PR-80 Connection Examples fig.standalone.eps Standalone Use The PR-80 is controlled with the keyboard and mouse. For more detailed information, refer to Playing Back Clips (p. 48). Display for operation PR-80 Display Keyboard Mouse Power amplifier Speakers Using the PR-80 with the Optional DV-7DLC fig.with.dv7c.eps Using the DV-7DLC provides the kind of operability you can get only with a dedicated controller. For more detailed information, refer to Using a DV-7DLC (p. 100). Display for operation PR-80 Display Mouse Power amplifier Speakers DV-7DLC 15

16 Before Using the PR-80 Using the PR-80 with MIDI fig.with.um1.eps Using the optional UM-1 or other USB compatible (UM Series) MIDI interface enables you to control MIDI devices with MIDI signals. Additionally, you can connect a V-LINK compatible device and use the V-LINK feature to enjoy a variety of video effects that bring visual element of expression to your performances. For more detailed information, refer to Using V-LINK (p. 62) and Using MIDI Devices (p. 88). V-Synth MIDI UM-880 PR-80 USB MIDI MIDI Display PR-80 Mouse UM-1 Display PR-80 Mouse UM-1 Display Mouse 16

17 Before Using the PR-80 You can use a MIDI keyboard to control the switching of effects with retrigger playback and velocity, control the playback speed, and produce other advanced playback effects intuitively. fig.with.midikey.eps Display for operation UM-1 PR-80 Projector V-Synth fig.with.pc300.eps Keyboard Mouse You can also use an optional PCR-50 or other USB keyboard (PCR Series or PC-300), connecting the keyboard directly to the PR-80 with no MIDI interface necessary. Display for operation USB PR-80 Projector PCR-50 Keyboard Mouse 17

18 Before Using the PR-80 Using the RS-232C Connector fig.with.pc.eps Connecting with the RS-232C cable allows you to control the PR-80 with a computer or other external control device. For more detailed information, refer to Using the RS-232C Connector (p. 105). PR-80 Projector Power amplifier Speakers PC Using a Touch Panel Display fig.with.panel.eps You can connect a touch panel display using an RS-232C cable and VGA cable and then control the PR-80 by directly touching the touch panel display screen. For more detailed information about setting up touch panel displays, refer to Using a Touch Panel Display (p. 105). Touch panel display VGA RS-232C PR-80 Display Power amplifier Speakers 18

19 Before Using the PR-80 Controlling AR Series Devices fig.with.ar.eps You can use the PR-80 for MIDI control of the AR-3000 and other models in Roland s AR (Audio Recorder) Series. This allows you to switch playback of AR Series phrases by switching clips with the PR-80. For more details about setting up the PR-80 to control AR Series devices, refer to Controlling AR Series Devices (p. 110). Display for operation Projector UM-880 PR-80 USB MIDI AR-3000 Power amplifier Speakers MIDI MIDI Speakers Keyboard Mouse AR-3000 Power amplifier Speakers AR-3000 Power amplifier 19

20 Before Using the PR-80 Controlling Multiple Presenters You can control multiple other Presenters (such as other PR-80s, PR-50s or DV-7PRs) with the PR-50. You can make settings for starting and stopping playback of clips, selecting palettes and clips, and setting switch effect times. For more details about setting the PR-80 to control other Presenters, refer to Controlling Another Presenter (p. 106). fig.with.dv-7pr.eps Display for operation Projector UM-880 USB PR-80 MIDI MIDI PR-80 UM-1 Projector Keyboard Mouse DV-7PR Mouse UM-1 Projector Mouse 20

21 Before Using the PR-80 Controlling the V-4 fig.with.v4.eps Using a V-4, you can handle video input from an external device connected to the V-4 as PR-80 clips. Additionally, you can use an external MIDI device to control the V-4 s effect settings and fade the final video output. For more details about V-4 control settings, refer to Controlling the V-4 (p. 107). V-4 Display for operation MIDI Projector Video camera, etc. PR-80 UM-1 Keyboard Mouse 21

22 Before Using the PR-80 Working with the Keyboard and Mouse About the Keyboard and Included Mouse After reviewing the material in Setting Up and Connecting Equipment (p. 10), be sure to connect the keyboard and included mouse. Operations with the PR-80 are primarily performed with the mouse. For more on how to use the mouse, refer to About Operations with the Mouse (p. 22). The keyboard is used for entering titles and changing the names of data materials and projects. Notes to Observe When Using the Keyboard Do not place objects on top of the keyboard. Do not turn on the power to the PR-80 while pressing and holding down any of the keys. After turning on the power to the PR-80, do not press any of the keys on the keyboard until the Selector screen appears. Pressing certain keys at this time may call up a system maintenance screen that is not required for normal operation of the unit. If an unfamiliar screen showing alphabetic characters appears, press the [POWER] button on the PR-80's front panel and hold the button down more than 5 seconds to turn off the power. After checking to make sure none of the keyboard s keys is pressed down, press the [POWER] button again to turn on the power. About Operations with the Mouse PR-80 s operational screens appear on a monitor similar to those used in personal computers. The mouse also performs operations similar to those of a personal computer mouse. The following describes the four common options performed by the mouse. Mouse Pointer The mouse cursor on the screen moves in sync with the mouse movement in your hand. Move the pointer to the desired position on the screen, click the left or right mouse button to select a menu, then click to perform the function. Single Click The mouse is equipped with two buttons. The left button is the main button used in most operations. Move the pointer to the desired point on the screen, then press the left button once. You can use this when pressing buttons such as [OK] and [Cancel], selecting menus, and for other such tasks. Drag and Drop This refers to dragging an item on the screen and dropping (releasing) it at the targeted point. This operation is used for transferring, arranging, and copying materials. Move the mouse pointer to the location where the desired icon is, then press the left button to select it. Now continue to hold down the mouse button as you move the mouse to a different point. The selected object moves along with the pointer. When the icon reaches the intended point, release the left mouse button. Right Click Press, or click the right mouse button one time only. This enables you to call up various editing functions. * Use an attached mouse pad when using the mouse. 22

23 Before Using the PR-80 23

24 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 How the PR-80 is Organized Selector fig.selector.eps The PR-80 consists of the two main sections below. Presenter fig.playmode.eps This is what first appears when the PR-80 is turned on. Various different functions use this as their starting point. Play mode Edit mode Included here are functions used in playing back and switching video materials. Editor fig.playmode.eps The "Play mode" and the "Edit mode" are available. This feature performs editing for video material. The feature is different from the Presenter's Edit mode. 24

25 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Basic Workflow Most of the PR-80 s operations are performed using the mouse and keyboard as you look at the screens. The following guides you through the basic workflow, while making use of samples that were supplied with the PR-80. For details of individual operations, see the cited reference pages. 1. Turning the Power On (Off) fig.selector.eps Turning On the Power (p. 43) Selector appears. [Presenter] Presenter starts up. Presenter fatures two screens, one for Play mode and another for Edit mode. Play Mode Play Mode (p. 34) In this mode, you arrange and switch materials during playback. You can also add a variety of different effects. Edit Mode Edit Mode (p. 37) In this mode, you load data and arrange the materials in palettes (p. 59). [Editor] This starts the DV-7DL PRO. For information on operation of the Editor, refer to the "DV-7DL PRO Owner's Manual." [Utility] Utility (p. 40) Use this to copy and delete projects (p. 45). [System Preferences] System Preferences (p. 41) This is where screen, time, mouse, keyboard, and other system-related settings are made. 25

26 Introduction to Use of the PR Starting Up Presenter fig.playmode01.eps Click [Presenter] in Selector. The Presenter Play mode screen appears, after a few seconds. Play Mode Screen (p. 34) 26

27 Introduction to Use of the PR Opening a Project fig.play.project01.eps Click [Open] on the screen, and the following dialog appears. Click Internal HDD, then click Artbeats Sample and Open (the project Artbeats Sample is used as the example procedure in Basic Workflow ). This calls up the project entitled Artbeats Sample. Select a disk Click [Open] Select a project Projects are the most basic unit managed with the PR-80. Clips are played back and materials are saved in project units. What is a Project? (p. 45) Creating Projects (p. 46) Opening Projects (p. 47) 27

28 Introduction to Use of the PR Playing Back the Clip fig.playmode02.eps The area in the Play Mode screen where the thumbnail video images are shown is called the palette, and each of the video images is called a clip. You select the clip to be played back from the palette. You can also switch and play video from other palettes. Select a palette Program output monitor Image effects Palette (select a clip) Transport control Click on a clip with the mouse to start playing the clip. Clicking on the transport control allows you to start and stop playback, and to play back clips one frame at a time. You can check the images being played back with the video output monitor. Clicking on the palette list with the mouse switches the palette. You can work with the controls in the upper right of the screen to select from a number of different playback methods and add effects. Play Mode Screen (p. 34) Using the Mouse to Play Back Clips (p. 48) Using the Keyboard to Play Back Clips (p. 50) Viewing the Video Output Monitor (p. 49) Switching the Palette (p. 51) Setting the Switching Effects (p. 52) Turning Loop Playback On and Off (p. 58) Setting the Palette s Loop Mode (p. 66) Making Clip Loop Mode Settings (p. 74) Setting Projects to Play Automatically When Loaded (p. 77) Setting the Scheduler (p. 86) 28

29 Introduction to Use of the PR Editing the Palette fig.editmode01.eps This is done in the Edit Mode screen. You can display the Edit Mode screen by clicking the [Edit Mode] button in the upper right of the Play Mode screen. Clips list Program output monitor Palettes list (select a palette) Materials list (select materials) Here you can change clip sequences and names and assign new materials to the palette as clips. You can easily assign materials to the palette just by dragging them with the mouse. The materials list shows the materials that are saved to projects. The content edited in this screen is carried over in Play mode, with no further changes necessary. Just click Play Mode at the upper right to immediately play back the edited data. Edit Mode Screen (p. 37) Assigning Materials to Palettes (p. 59) Making the Palette Settings (p. 66) Editing Palettes (p. 65) Making Clip Settings (p. 70) Editing Clips (p. 67) Changing the Material Settings (p. 76) Setting the Scheduler (p. 86) 29

30 Introduction to Use of the PR Importing Materials fig.edit.import01.eps This is done in the Edit Mode screen. You can import new materials. When you click the [Import] button at the lower right of the screen, the following dialog appears; you can then import materials from another project, disk, or other source. Select a disk Select materials Material preview monitor Select a project Import button Importing Materials from Another Project (p. 78) Importing Materials Created with a Computer (p. 80) 30

31 Introduction to Use of the PR Capturing Video from a Video Deck or Other Device fig.edit.capture01.eps You can capture video from a video deck or a similar device connected to the PR-80. When you click the [Capture] button at the lower right of the screen, a Capture screen for capturing video appears. Select an input source Preview monitor Stop button Start button Capture button In the Preview monitor you can see the video from a video deck. Click the [Start] button to captures the video. You can capture each video frame separately, and separate a video into materials at any desired point using [Frame] button and [Auto-cut] button. Click [Close] button in the Capture screen to return to Edit mode. Capturing Video form a Video Deck or Other Device (p. 79) 31

32 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 What is V-LINK? fig.connection.vlink01.eps V-LINK ( ) is a function that allows music and images to be performed together. By using MIDI to connect two or more V-LINK compatible devices, you can easily enjoy performing a wide range of visual effects that are linked to the expressive elements of a music performance. With V-LINK, you can easily control the PR-80 with a V-LINK compatible MIDI device. Remote control (V-LINK) Image export V-Synth UM-1 PR-50 Projector Remote control (V-LINK) Image export UM-1 PR-80 Projector MC-909 For more detailed information on how to use the V-LINK function, refer to Using V-LINK (p. 62). 32

33 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Names of Things in Screens/What They Do Selector fig.selector01.eps This is what first appears when you turn on the power to the PR-80. The Presenter starts up from here. Also shown here are screens for managing projects on hard disks and for setting the PR-80 system preferences. a b a. [Editor] Button This starts the DV-7DL PRO. b. [Presenter] Button This starts up the Presenter. The Presenter features two modes, Play mode (p. 34) and Edit mode (p. 37). c. [Utility] Button c d e This calls up the Utility screen (p. 40). This is used for organizing the projects on the hard disk. d. [System Preferences] Button This calls up the System Preferences screen (p. 41). These settings affect the PR-80 s overall system environment. e. [Power off] Button This shuts off the power to the PR-80 (p. 44). 33

34 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Play Mode fig.playmode03.eps This is displayed when you select [Presenter] in the Selector screen (p. 33), or when you click the [Play Mode] button at the upper right of the Edit Mode screen (p. 37). a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v a. [EIT] Button This lets you quit the Presenter and turn off the PR-80 or switch to the "Editor" (p. 24). b. Clock This indicates the current time. You can click the mouse to open the Schedule Editor. This is also lit when the Scheduler is operational. c. [V-LINK] Indicator This lights up when a V-LINK device is connected (p. 62). You can turn V-LINK off by clicking this while it is lit. d. Palette List This displays 20 palettes. You can switch palettes by clicking here. For more details about working with this feature, refer to Switching the Palette (p. 51). e. [Preferences] Button This lets you make the operating-environment settings for MIDI, the DV-7DLC, and application. For more information on "MIDI preferences," refer to "Using MIDI Devices" (p. 88). For information on "DV-7DLC preferences," refer to "Using a DV-7DLC" (p. 100). f. EDIROL Logo Click this logo to display the version number and other information about Presenter. Clicking on the displayed information clears it from the screen. 34

35 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 g. Video Output Monitor This is used for monitoring the video output. The monitor s perimeter lights in red when effects are switched (p. 52) or at other times when the system is busy. You can also have information such as playback status and remaining clip time be displayed here. For more details about viewing the monitor, refer to About the Video Output Monitor Display (p. 49). h. Project Name This indicates the name of the current project. i. [Open] Button The Open dialog is displayed, and the project to be used opens. For more details about working with this, refer to Opening Projects (p. 47). You can also perform the same tasks, like copying and deleting projects, as you do in the Utility screen (p. 40). j. [Color Bar] Button Click this button to show and hide the color bar. k. [Dual Stream] Button This turns the dual-stream feature on and off. You can switch it by clicking. You can play back two clips simultaneously and switch between them using the [T Bar] slider. For more details about working with this, refer to "Dual Stream" (p. 53). l. [Mask] Button This cut out video using a mask (p. 56). m. [Stop] Button This stops playback. n. [Loop] Button This turns loop playback of clips on and off. Click here to switch the function on or off. When this is turned on, each clip plays in accordance with its own Loop Mode setting. You can have the same clip play repeatedly (loop), play the subsequent clip, or play back another specified clip. When this is turned off, the clip stops playing at the last frame or at the out point. For more details about turning clips loop playback on and off, refer to Turning Loop Playback On and Off (p. 58). For more details about clip Loop Mode settings, refer to Making the Palette Settings (p. 66). o. [Edit Mode] Button This switches the PR-80 to Edit mode (p. 37). p. [Color Correction] Button This displays the status of color correction. For more details about working with this, refer to "Color Correction" (p. 55). * while color correction is shown, [A] is displayed. Clicking this displays the Audio Settings panel (p. 36). q. Transition F Window 1. Transition F Setting Buttons This chooses the type of Transition F (transition effect). For more details about working with this, refer to Transition Effects (p. 52). 2. [Transition Time] Slider This adjusts the time used for the transition effect. You can set this to any value from 0 to 4 seconds. You can reset to standard values by clicking the triangle at the position corresponding to the standard value.for more details about working with this, refer to Transition Effects (p. 52). 35

36 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 r. Audio Settings Panel 1. Volume Level Meter This indicates the volume level. 2. [Audio] Slider This adjusts the volume during audio playback.you can reset to standard values by clicking the triangle at the position corresponding to the standard value. You can also adjust the volume for each clip independently (p. 75). s. [Playback Speed] Slider You can alter the playback speed. You can also change the range of speeds permitted in the MIDI preferences (p. 88). You can reset to standard values by clicking the triangle at the position corresponding to the standard value. t. [Effect] Buttons These let you apply effects to video. There are four Effect buttons, allowing you to use four effects simultaneously by switching them all on. For more details about working with this, refer to "Effects" (p. 54). u. [Defaults] Button Restores the three sliders to the standard values. The standard settings are shown below. [Transition Effect Time] Slider 0.0 sec. Effect buttons OFF [Audio] Slider 0 db Color Correction INIT [Playback Speed] Slider 100% T-bar slider (in the Dual Stream mode) MAIN video 100% You can reset the sliders to standard values by clicking the triangle at the position corresponding to the standard value. v. Palette Area fig.play.clip01.eps Displayed here are thumbnails of the clips contained in the palette and their settings. Clicking on a thumbnail starts playback of the clip, and the video images are displayed in the monitor. Also displayed are the clips Loop playback settings. v-3 v-1 v-2 v-1. Keyboard identifier used when a clip is played back with the keyboard (p. 50). v-2. Loop Mode setting, set separately for each individual clip (p. 74). Playback stops at the final frame or the out point. Clip plays repeatedly. The next clip is selected. The specified clip is played back. The next clip is played back. v-3. Length of clip from the In point to the Out point. 36

37 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Edit Mode fig.editmode02.eps This appears when you click the [Edit Mode] button in the upper right of the Play Mode screen. a b c d e f g h n o o-1 o-2 o-3 p q r s a. [EIT] Button This lets you quit the Presenter and turn off the PR-80 or switch to the "Editor" (p. 24). b. Clock i This indicates the current time. You can click the mouse to open the Schedule Editor. This also lights up when the Scheduler is operational. c. [V-LINK] Indicator This lights up when a V-LINK device is connected (p. 62). You can switch V-LINK off by clicking this while it is lit. d. [MIDI Preferences] Button This is used for setting the MIDI preferences. For more detailed information, refer to Using MIDI Devices (p. 88). e. Project Name This indicates the name of the current project. f. [Open] Button j k This displays the "Open" dialog box, just as in the Play mode. For more details about working with this, refer to "Opening Projects" (p. 47). l m 37

38 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 g. [Save] Button This overwrites and saves the current project. For more details about working with this, refer to Saving Projects (p. 61). You cannot change a project s name and then save the project under the different name. For more on backing up projects, refer to Copying Projects (p. 84) and Changing Project Names (p. 84). h. [Play Mode] Button This switches the PR-80 to Play mode (p. 34). i. [Project] Area Here is where you can set up the automatic playback that is to take place when Presenter starts up. For more details about working with this, refer to Setting Automatic Playback (p. 77). j. Palettes list This shows the names of palettes and thumbnails of the first eight clips. Left-click to select the palettes. The clips included in the palette appear in the [Clip] list below. You can change palette names, change the sequence of clips in palettes, and perform various other editing functions. For more on palette editing procedures, refer to Editing Palettes (p. 65). You can also make the Loop Mode settings for each palette individually. For more details about making Loop Mode settings, refer to Making the Palette Settings (p. 66). k. Clips list This displays the clips contained in the palette currently selected in the Palettes list. You can left click to select a clip and play it back in Clip Preview. You can further edit the clips in various ways, such as changing clip names, rearranging clip sequences, and importing data for additional clips. For more details about procedures used in editing clips, refer to Editing Clips (p. 67). You can also make the Loop Mode settings and adjust volume levels for each clip individually. For more details about making clip settings, refer to Making the Clip Settings (p. 70). l. Parameters Area This is where the parameters and settings are made for clips selected in the Clips list. Here you can set each clip s In point and Out point, Loop Mode settings, volume levels, and more. For more details about making the clip settings, refer to Making the Clip Settings (p. 70). m. Materials List This displays the materials included in the project. You can import materials from other projects as well as from video tape decks and other devices. You can also edit this material in various ways, such as changing material names and changing their sequence. For more details about these procedures, refer to Changing Material Settings (p. 76). n. Search You can use this to search for material in the Materials list by material name. The Materials list is searched for materials with matching names, starting from the beginning of the material names. 38

39 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 o. Information Area Displayed here is information about materials selected in the Materials list. o-1. Thumbnail Shows a thumbnail of the material. o-2. Thumbnail Slider Sets material thumbnails. o-3. Material Information Displays the following information about the materials. Material Name Time This is the material length. Date Created This indicates the date the material was imported into the PR-80. Date Modified This indicates the date the material was last edited. Date Shot For materials shot with digital video cameras, this shows the date recorded by the camera. Video This indicates the material s video format. Audio This indicates the material s audio format. Memo This shows notes entered in Editor of the DV-7 series. Lock Locked in Editor appears here if the data has been positioned on the timeline in Editor of the DV-7 series. p. Capture Button This displays the Capture screen. Here you can import data from video decks and other devices. For more details about these procedures, refer to Capturing Video from a Video Deck or Other Device (p. 79). q. Import Button This displays the Import material dialog. Here, materials are imported from other projects, hard disks, or other such sources. For more details about these procedures, refer to Importing Materials from Another Project (p. 78) and Importing Video from an Editor Library (p. 80). r. [Share Disk] Button This starts network sharing for shared folders. This lets you exchange moving-image material and mask data over a local area network (LAN). For more details about working with this, refer to "Making the Network Settings" (p. 113). s. [Start Editor] Button This starts the DV-7DL PRO. You can go back to the Edit mode by simply quitting the DV-7DL PRO mode. 39

40 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Utility This is displayed when Utility is selected in the Selector screen (p. 24). This function is used for organizing the projects (p. 45) on the hard disk. For more details, refer to Organizing Projects (p. 84). fig.utility01.eps You can perform the same operation in the dialog displayed by clicking Open in the Play Mode or Edit Mode screens. a b c d a. Disks List Select the hard disk you want to work with here. Information including the remaining free disk space is also indicated. b. Projects List Select the project you want to work on here. You can also drag and drop projects to other disks in the Disks list and copy projects from other disks. You can carry out the following operations by right-clicking. [Duplicate] This creates copies of projects on the same hard disk. [Change Name] This changes the name of the project. [Move to Trash] This transfers the project to the trash. To completely delete projects in the trash, right-click on Trash in the Disks list and select Empty Trash. You can also transfer projects to the Trash with drag and drop. c. Project Information This displays information about the selected project. d. [Done] Button This quits Utility and returns you to the Selector screen (p. 24). 40

41 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 System Preferences fig.system01.eps This is displayed when System Preferences is selected in the Selector screen (p. 33). These settings affect the PR-80 s overall system environment. a b c d i j e f k g h l m a. Language This sets the language used for the display. b. Screen refresh rate This sets the screen refresh rate. For more detailed information, refer to Eliminating Flicker in the Operational Display (p. 111). c. Shortcut Key This sets the keys used for keyboard shortcuts. For more details about performing tasks with keyboard shortcuts, refer to Keyboard shortcut keys (p. 117). d. Time and date This sets the time and date. To make these settings, click the check box to make a check mark appear, click the arrows above or below the numbers to change them to the values you want, then click the [Set] button. You can also use a time server to adjust the time and date automatically. To use a time server, you need to make the setting for [Time Zone]. For more details about time servers, refer to "Adjusting the PR-80's Time and Date by Connecting to a Time Server" (p. 113). [Time Zone] refers to the regional standard time zones around the world. It indicates the standard time for the region as the difference (plus or minus up to 12 hours) from the time at the Royal Greenwich Observatory in England (Greenwich Mean Time, or GMT). Japan Standard Time is nine hours ahead of GMT (+9). Setting [Time Zone] to "Tokyo" automatically sets the value to GMT+09:00. 41

42 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 e. Bootup Method This sets the method used to start up when the power is turned on. You can start the Presenter or the Editor automatically. For more details, refer to "Automatically Starting Up Presenter" (p. 112). f. Power On/Off This sets the method used to turn on and shut off the PR-80 s power. For more details about using this function, refer to Using an External Power Switch to Turn the Power On and Off (p. 112). g. Network This setting is used when the PR-80 is connected to a computer network. Included here are settings for time servers used in adjusting the PR-80 s time and for copying material materials from computers to the PR-80 when the PR-80 is connected to a network. For more details about working with this, refer to Making the Network Settings (p. 113). h. [Latency] Slider This sets the playback latency of Presenter. Playback timing will be delayed by the frames indicated (value is approximate and not exact). This is useful to adjust playback timing with slow-response video equipment. i. Keyboard This is used for making the keyboard settings. Clicking the [Default] button restores the factory settings. j. Mouse This is used for making the mouse settings. Clicking the [Default] button restores the factory settings. k. Touch Panel Display This includes the settings utilized when a touch panel display is used. For more details about working with this, refer to Using a Touch Panel Display (p. 105). l. Automatic Disk Checking This determines whether or not the PR-80 will perform an automatic disk check at startup. When Automatic Disk Checking is checked, the hard disk is automatically diagnosed and repaired when the power is turned on, before Selector starts up. This function helps minimize hard disk failures resulting from improper system shutdowns and other problems. Depending on the number of files and the extent of any damage, if any, this function may increase the time needed to start up the system. m. [Done] Button This quits the System Preferences and returns you to the Selector screen. 42

43 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Turning the Power On and Off 941 * Once the connections have been completed (p. 10), turn on power to your various devices in the order specified. By turning on devices in the wrong order, you risk causing malfunction and/or damage to speakers and other devices. Turning On the Power 1. Refer to Setting Up and Connecting Equipment to confirm the connections. 2. Turn on the power to all of the peripheral devices connected to the PR Lower the volume on all audio equipment (amps, mixers, etc.) to their minimum level. 4. Press the PR-80 s [POWER] button. fig.front.power.eps POWER 942 * This unit is equipped with a protection circuit. A brief interval (a few seconds) after power up is required before the unit will operate normally. Do not hold down the [POWER] button for four seconds or longer. 5. The selector appears. Select [Presenter] or [Editor]. fig.selector.eps The PR-80 can also be turned on by means of an external power switch. To turn on the PR-80 without pressing the PR-80 s [POWER] button, refer to Using an External Power Switch to Turn the Power On and Off (p. 112). 43

44 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Turning Off the Power fig.playmode04.eps 1. Turn the volume levels down completely on any audio equipment (amps, mixers, etc.) connected to the PR Turn off the power to the PR-80. When Using Selector: Click the [Power off] button. When Using Presenter: 2-1. Click the [EIT] button at the upper left of the screen. [EIT] button 2-2. The message Do you want to shut down? appears; click the [Power off] button. fig.front.power.eps When Using [POWER] button: 2-1. Press the PR-80 s [POWER] button. POWER 2-2. The message Are you sure you want to shut down? appears; click the [OK] button. fig.poweroff.eps If a project has not been saved, the message Would you like to save the current project? appears. If you want to save the project, click the [Save] button. Do not hold down the [POWER] button for four seconds or longer. 3. Turn off the power to all of the peripheral devices connected to the PR

45 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Creating and Opening Projects What is a Project? The PR-80 manages materials in what are called projects. Projects are the most basic unit managed with the PR-80. Materials are imported into projects, and the projects are played back in real time in Presenter using the imported materials. Furthermore, settings for realtime playback and the data for editing operations are also saved in projects. You can share a project between the Presenter and the Editor. This lets you share the video material in the project. Note, however, that in order to import as video material a sequence or title created with the Editor, you need to use the Editor's "Feature for Grouping Part of a Sequence As a Single Piece of Video Material" to make video material out of the required portion. You can exchange projects with other DV-7 series devices. When you do this, save the project on an optionally available removable hard disk. The Relationship Between Materials, Clips, and Palettes fig.aboutproject.eps Each project contains the materials used in the project, palettes for arranging the sequence of the materials, and clips above the palettes to be played back in real time. Project Material Video Video Video Palette Clip Clip Clip Clip Clip Clip Clip... Materials are imported from external video decks or other devices using the capture function. Materials created on computers or other such data can be imported by writing them to digital video tape or by burning them to CD-Rs as digital video stream files. Using the network function, you can also copy materials to the PR-80 from computers. A single project contains twenty palettes. You can arrange up to 32 materials in one palette using the imported materials within a project. The materials arranged in a palette are called clips. You can play back video images in real time by selecting the clips. You can also make settings for individual clips that determine the segment to play back (In point and End point) as well as loop playback, mode, and other settings. Projects can be transferred back and forth between the PR-80 and DV-7 Series devices

46 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Creating Projects This procedure creates a new project. 1. Click the Open button in the upper part of the Play Mode screen (p. 34) or Edit Mode screen (p. 37). fig.open01.eps The Open dialog appears. Disks list Projects list New Open 2. Select the disk to which you want to save the project from the Disks list. 3. Click the [New] button. 4. New Project appears highlighted in the Projects list. Use the keyboard to enter the project name. 5. After entering the name, confirm it by pressing the [Enter] key on the keyboard. 6. Click the [Open] button. The created project opens. 46

47 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Opening Projects This opens projects already saved to the PR Click the Open button in the upper part of the Play Mode screen (p. 34) or Edit Mode screen (p. 37). fig.open02.eps The Open dialog appears. Disks list Project information Projects list Open 2. Select the disk containing the project from the Disks list. 3. Select the desired project from the Projects list. The information for the selected project appears at the right. 4. Click the [Open] button. The selected project opens. If you select [Cancel], the selection is no longer highlighted, and the original screen returns to the display. To Copy or Delete a Project When you right-click to select a project in the screen above, a context menu appears, allowing you to copy or delete the project or change the project s name. These operations are performed the same way as in the Utility screen. For more details about these operations, refer to Deleting Projects (p. 85). You cannot delete or change the name of a project that is currently open. 47

48 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Playing Back Clips When you turn on the power to the PR-80 and click the [Presenter] button in the Selector screen, Presenter's Play Mode screen appears, and the most recently opened project opens. Using the Mouse to Play Back Clips fig.playmode05.eps Click on a clip thumbnail in the palette area to start playback of the clip. The clip that is currently playing is singled out in green. [Stop] button Transport control Palette area (select the clip) Stopping Playback Click the [Stop] button or press the Esc key on the keyboard. When playback stops, the video output screen goes black. If the transition effect time settings have been set, the video then fades in accordance with the settings (p. 52). Pausing Playback Right-click on the clip being played back or click in the transport control. Playback resumes when you left-click on the paused clip or click in the transport control. Selecting a Paused Clip Use the right mouse button to select the clip. The first frame of the clip is displayed. Moving by One Frame Click in the transport control to move to previous frames one by one; click to advance to later frames one at a time. Moving by Ten Frames Click in the transport control to move back ten frames at a time; click to advance ten frames at a time. 48

49 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Shifting a Clip s In Point and Out Point The point at which a clip starts playback is called the In point, and the point where it stops playing is called the Out point. Click in the transport controls to shift to the In point, and click to shift to the Out point. When you click this while the clip is playing, playback continues after the shift; if you click this while the clip is paused, the clip remains paused in the shifted position. You can set the In point and Out point individually for each clip (p. 70). You can display the clip s current and remaining time in the video output monitor. You can also turn display of the transport controls on and off. For more detailed information about the video output monitor display, refer to About the Video Output Monitor Display. You cannot click blank portions of clips. About the Video Output Monitor Display fig.monitor01.eps In the video output monitor you can display the clip as it is played back as well as the clip s current time and remaining time, the clip length, and a progress bar. Clip remaining time fig.monitor.menu01.eps Using the Progress Bar Clip current time and length Transport control Progress bar You can use this to confirm the clip s In and Out points and the current playback position. You can also move playback to any desired point by clicking on the point with the mouse or dragging in the bar, regardless of whether playback is paused or not. Reducing Flicker in the Screen During Pause You can make settings for playback mode during pause to reduce the amount of flickering in the screen while playback is paused. The settings menu is displayed when you right-click on the video output monitor. When Pause at fields is checked, only one of the fields is displayed. Although this allows pausing with nothing being played during rapid interlaced recording, it results in only half the vertical resolution. Check this item only when it is required (both odd and even fields are displayed when this is not checked). You can also cut flickering from interlacing of still images when importing materials (p. 82). 49

50 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Turning Displays On and Off fig.monitor.menu02.eps You can turn the video output monitor display on and off. The settings menu is displayed when you right-click on the video output monitor. fig.monitor.menu03.eps Checked options are displayed in the video output monitor display. Unchecking an item removes it from the display. Turning Automatic Palette Switching On and Off This determines whether the palette display remains as is or switches in accordance with the clip being played when an external control device or automatic clip playback is used to trigger clips in palettes other than the palette currently displayed. The settings menu is displayed when you right-click on the video output monitor. fig.playmode06.eps Checking Change palette view automatically turns automatic palette switching on. Using the Keyboard to Play Back Clips You can also play back clips using the keyboard. The number row on the keyboard (1, 2, 3, 4,...) corresponds to the first row in the Palette Area, the next row (Q, W, E, R,...) to the Palette Area s second row, the next row (A, S, D, F,...) to the Palette Area s third row, and the next row (Z,, C, V,...) to the Palette Area s fourth row, and each clip is played back when the corresponding key is pressed. The corresponding keys are displayed Corresponds the row of keys [1, 2, 3,...] Corresponds the row of keys [Q, W, E,...] Corresponds the row of keys [A, S, D,...] Corresponds the row of keys [Z,, C,...] The key corresponding to each key appears in the clip s lower left corner. You can also select clips with the cursor key (the clip shown in white is selected) and start playback with the space key. In addition, you can play clips in sequence with the [+] and [-] keys in the numerical keypad. [+] Key: Plays the clip following the clip selected but not currently playing (shown in white), or the clip currently being played back (shown in green). [-] Key: Plays the clip before the clip selected but not currently playing (shown in white), or the clip currently being played back (shown in green). You can disable direct playback control with the keyboard by pressing the [Caps Lock] key. 50

51 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Switching the Palette fig.playmode07.eps Clicking on a palette in the palette list switches the palette. Palettes list You can change the sequence of palettes, change palette names, and perform various other editing functions in Edit mode (p. 37). For more on palette editing procedures, refer to Editing Palettes (p. 65) and Making the Palette Settings (p. 66). For instructions on how to assign materials to palettes, refer to Assigning Materials to Palettes (p. 59). Switching Palettes with the Keyboard You can also switch palettes using the keyboard. You can select palettes 1 12 by pressing the corresponding function keys on the keyboard (F1, F2, F3,...) and palettes by holding down the Shift key while pressing the relevant function keys (nothing is selected when the F11 and F12 keys are pressed while the Shift key is held down). 51

52 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Transition Effects fig.playmode08.eps This setting determines the time used to switch from a currently playing clip to playback of the next clip. You can also select the type of transition effect to be used. [Transition Time] slider Transition effect time Transition effect type 1. Move the [Transition Effect Time] slider to adjust the transition effect time. You can set this to any value from 0 to 4 seconds. You can also increase or decrease the transition effect time with the keyboard s [Page Up] and [Page Down] keys. 2. Select the type of transition effect to be used. Selects the transition effect type you prefer. : The current clip fades to black, then the next clip fades in from black. : The current clip fades to white, then the next clip fades in from white. : The current clip fades to black, then the next clip starts playing back immediately. : The current clip fades to white, then the next clip starts playing back immediately. : The current clip changes to the next clip with a dissolve. 3. Click one clip in the palette area to start playback. 4. When you click the clip again, the transition effect begins. 52

53 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Dual Stream You can play back two pieces of video material simultaneously, and switch between them. [Dual Stream] Button INSERT Preview Window T-bar Slider MAIN Preview Window These are displayed when the [Dual Stream] button is lit. Type of Composite F 1. Click the [Dual Stream] button to change to the Dual Stream mode. In the Dual Stream mode, video is played back on two channels: MAIN and INSERT. The palette for the clip played back on the MAIN channel is red. The palette for the clip played back on the INSERT channel is blue. The video that was playing before you entered the Dual Stream mode is played back on the MAIN channel. You can also switch the Dual Stream mode on and off using the [Insert] key on the keyboard. 2. Select the clip played back on INSERT. You can change the MAIN and INSERT clips. Click the Preview Window for the clip you want to change (MAIN or INSERT) to display the text "MAIN" or "INSERT," then select the clip. 3. Move the T-bar slider to change the video. The mixing ratio is shown by MAIN:INSERT under the T-bar slider. You can select the effect used when switching. Choose the type of Composite F (compositing effect) you want. M: Moving the T-bar slider mixes the video. White: You can overlay or perform compositing by making the white areas transparent using the White (W) Luminance Key. Black: You can overlay or perform compositing by making the dark areas transparent using the Black (B) Luminance Key. * You can set the level for the luminance key using devices such as a DV-7DLC or MIDI controller, or via the RS-232C interface. For more information, refer to Controlling Presenter with MIDI (p. 88) or Using Other Devices to Control Presenter (p. 100). When this is not set, the luminance key level has a value of 0 (zero), and the results of luminance-key compositing are the same as mixing. You can end the Dual Stream mode by clicking the [Dual Stream] button a second time. When you do this, the video displayed in the MAIN Preview Window continues to play back. When the T-bar slider is at an intermediate position, the picture whose ratio is larger (MAIN video or INSERT video) continues to be played back. 53

54 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Effects You can apply a wide range of effects to the video output from the PR-80. [Main] button (When in the Dual Stream mode, this becomes the [M] and [I] buttons.) Defaults button Effect buttons Effect 1 Effect 2 Effect 3 Effect 4 1. Click the [Main] button to apply effects to the video playback. Click the [Main] button again to switch off all effects in use. * In dual stream mode, the [M] button and the [I] button appear instead of the [Main] button. You can switch effects on and off for the MAIN video using the [M] button and for the INSERT video using the [I] button. 2. Click an Effect button to apply the effect. * To change the effects assigned to the Effect buttons, right-click an Effect button, then from the context menu that appears, select an effect. * Effect parameters have a fixed value of 64. To obtain complete control using the values you wish, you need to employ a DV- 7DLC or MIDI controller, or use the RS-232C interface. For more information, refer to page 88 or 100. Effect name Function Effect 1 Horizontal Split (default setting) Splits the screen horizontally. Effect 2 * Only valid when Effect 1 is in use. Effect 2 functions modify the Effect 1 parameters. Vertical Split Vertical/Horizontal Split Horizontal Mirror Split Vertical Mirror Split Vertical/Horizontal Mirror Split Horizontal Shrink (default setting) Vertical Shrink Vertical/Horizontal Shrink Splits the screen vertically. Splits the screen vertically and horizontally. Splits the screen horizontally with a mirror copy. Splits the screen vertically with a mirror copy. Splits the screen vertically and horizontally with mirror copies. Shrinks the screen horizontally. Shrinks the screen vertically. Shrinks the screen vertically and horizontally. Effect 3 Black and White (default setting) Makes the picture black and white (monochrome). Colorize Posterize Color-pass (Blue) Color-pass (Red) Color-pass (Magenta) Color-pass (Green 1) Color-pass (Green 2) Color-pass (Cyan) Color-pass (Yellow 1) Color-pass (Yellow 2) Applies color to the picture. Removes differences in level from the picture. Makes portions of the picture other than blue turn black and white. Makes portions of the picture other than red turn black and white. Makes portions of the picture other than magenta turn black and white. Makes portions of the picture other than green turn black and white. Makes portions of the picture other than green turn black and white. Makes portions of the picture other than cyan turn black and white. Makes portions of the picture other than yellow turn black and white. Makes portions of the picture other than yellow turn black and white. Effect 4 Reverse Luminance (default setting) Reverses the luminance of the picture. Reverse Reverse Luminance/Color Color DifferencesReverses the color differences in the video. DifferencesReverses the luminance and color differences of the picture. 54

55 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Color Correction You can adjust the hue (H), saturation (S), and bvightness (V) of the video picture. Color Correction button 1. Click the Color Correction button to display the Color Correction Palette. 2. Click the Color Palette and adjust the hue and saturation. Audio Level button [INIT] button Color Palette Brightness slider 3. Move the Luminosity slider to adjust the brightness (V). Clicking the [INIT] button lets you restore the colors to their original state. 55

56 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Masking You can mask the video output to a particular shape by clicking [Mask] Button. [Mask] Button * To stop display of the mask, click [Mask] a second time. The PR-80 lets you use eights types of masks. To switch the type of mask, right-click the [Mask] button and select the mask type from the menu. The unit comes set up with the following eight types of masks by default. Circle.png Circle Soft.png Ellipse.png Ellipse Soft.png Letter Box.png Letter Box Soft.png Square Box.png Square Box Soft.png You can take masks created using a computer and import them over the network. For more information, refer to "Importing Masks Created on a Computer" (p. 83). 56

57 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Color Bar You can output a color bar by clicking the [Color Bar] button. [Color Bar] button * To stop display of the color bar, click [Color Bar] a second time. The PR-80 comes with eight types of color bars. To change the type of color bar, right-click the [Color Bar] button and select the type of color bar you want from the menu. The unit comes with the following eight types of color bars. Convergence EBU_Bars EIA_Bars Luma 10 Luma 5 Luma Ramp Overscan SMPTE Bars 57

58 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Turning Loop Playback On and Off fig.playmode09.eps You can turn the Loop Mode settings on and off to have the same clip play repeatedly, play clips in sequence, or play back another specified clip. Click the [Loop] button to switch the setting. [Loop] button When the [Loop] button is lit, the clip plays according to its loop mode setting and the automatic playback settings. When setting the loop mode, you can either assign the same setting to clips of the entire palette, or to each video clip individually. To assign the same setting to clips of an entire palette, refer to Making the Palette Settings (p. 66). To set each clip, refer to Setting Loop Mode for Each Clip (p. 74). To set the automatic playback, refer to Setting Automatic Playback (p. 77). When the [Loop] button is not lit, playback will stop at the last frame or the out point of the clip (automatic playback will not be available). 58

59 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Assigning Materials to Palettes fig.editmode03.eps Clips in the palette can be arranged in any order you like. You can assign materials to the clips. Select materials from the Materials list. This procedure is carried out in the Edit Mode screen (p. 37). Palletes list Materials list inside project Clips list 1. Switch to Edit mode. The Edit Mode screen is displayed when you click the [Edit Mode] button in the upper right of the Play Mode screen. 2. Click one palette from the Palettes list to select the palette. The Clips list for the selected palette appears. 3. Assign materials to the palettes as clips. fig.editmode04.eps Select and drag one material from the Materials list and drop it in the position in the Clips list to which you want the material assigned. You can confirm the clip in the video output monitor and the material in the thumbnails. Clip preview monitor Thumbnail When you drop a material in a position where a clip is already assigned, the earlier material is replaced by the one you drop there. When you select multiple materials (select materials while holding down the Shift key) and drop them into the Clips list, the materials are assigned in order of the material list, starting from the position where they are dropped. 59

60 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Importing Materials from Another Project Not only can you capture material from the same project, you can import material from other projects.for more details about working with this, refer to Importing Materials from Another Project (p. 78). Using video sources connected to the V-4 as clips By connecting the V-4 (Video mixer), you can also use signals via external devices connected to the V-4 such as video decks as materials. These data will appear in the Materials list with names like V4 INPUT2 (only when the V-4 control function (p. 107) is on). You can assign these materials as video clips to a palette, so that you can play the signals from external videos like any other clips in Play Mode. For more information regarding the V-4 operation, refer to Controlling the V-4 (p. 107). Importing Materials from External Media You can import materials from videos, CD-Rs, and other sources. For more details about these procedures, refer to Capturing Video from a Video Deck or Other Device (p. 79) and Importing Video from an Editor Library (p. 80). Editing Palettes and Clips You can change palette and clip names, change their sequence, and perform various other editing functions. For more on palette and clip editing procedures, refer to Editing Palettes (p. 65) and Editing Clips (p. 67). 60

61 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Saving Projects fig.editmode05.eps Click the [Save] button in the upper part of the screen. The project is updated and saved. You carry out this operation in the Edit Mode window (p. 37). [Save] button You cannot change a project s name and then save the project under the different name. For more on backing up projects, refer to Copying Projects (p. 84) and Changing Project Names (p. 84). When You Want to Remake the Project Settings If you want to revert the settings for a project (restoring the settings as they were when last saved), click the [Open] button to open the project again. At this point a message asking whether or not you want to save the project appears. Select Discard. 61

62 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 Using V-LINK fig.connection.vlink02.eps V-LINK ( ) is a function that makes it easy to exhibit video material during musical performances. Connecting a V-LINK compatible MIDI device to the PR-80 and pressing the V-LINK button on the MIDI device provides you with easy control of Presenter. Connection example Remote control (V-LINK) Image output V-Synth UM-1 PR-80 Projector Mouse Connect using an optional UM-1 or other USB-compatible MIDI interface. Connect the USB interface to the [USB] connector on the PR-80 using a USB cable. The USB MIDI interfaces that can be used for this function are shown below. SMPU-64, UM-1, UM-1S, UM-1, UM-1S, UM-2, UM-2E, UM-2C, UM-4, UM-550, UM-880, PCR-30, PCR-50, PCR-80, PC-300 The driver software included with these units is not used by the PR-80. In addition, when connecting multiple interfaces and using interfaces with multiple ports, set all inputs to merge (mix) and all outputs to parallel (whereby the same signals are output). Make these connections only with the power to all devices turned off. Presenter must be started up before the MIDI device s V-LINK button is pressed. When V-LINK is turned on, you can have the set up be made in accordance with the MIDI device rather than the PR-80 s MIDI preferences, and functions appropriate for the MIDI device can be assigned. You cannot save changes to the PR-80 s MIDI settings made when V-LINK is active. The main Presenter functions that can be controlled with MIDI are shown below. Selecting palettes Starting and stopping playback of clips Changing the retrigger point Changing the playback speed Changing the transition effect time Changing audio levels Controlling Time Trip Controlling output fades 62

63 Introduction to Use of the PR-80 The functions that can be controlled may vary with the V-LINK compatible MIDI device. Refer to the owner s manual for each MIDI device for more information on the device s compatibility. In addition, for details on controlling with MIDI without using the V-LINK function, refer to Controlling Presenter with MIDI. When Presenter receives a MIDI System Exclusive V-LINK ON message, the V-LINK function switches on, allowing you to set up and control Presenter using V-LINK messages. For more detailed information on these messages, refer to the MIDI Implementation and the V-LINK Message List. V-LINK compatible MIDI devices set up both Presenter and the MIDI device, without necessitating any user awareness of V-LINK messages, providing easy control of Presenter during musical performances. The same MIDI messages are received whether the V-LINK function is on or not. 63

64 Practical Use of the PR-80 Making the Settings for the Project You can make more detailed settings for projects in Presenter s Edit mode. In this case, you can make the following settings. 1. Editing Palettes Editing Palettes (p. 65) You can alter names, rearrange palette sequences, delete clips in palettes, and perform other editing functions. 2. Making the Palette Settings Making the Palette Settings (p. 66) You can make the Loop mode settings for all of the clips in a palette simultaneously. 3. Editing Clips Editing Clips (p. 67) You can edit clip names, rearrange the sequence of clips, and copy and delete clips. 4. Making the Clip Settings Making the Clip Settings (p. 70) Here you can set each clip s Loop Mode settings, In point and Out point, volume levels, and more. 5. Changing the Material Settings Changing Material Settings (p. 76) You can edit material names as well as copy and delete materials. 6. Setting Automatic Playback Setting Automatic Playback (p. 77) You can have specified clips play back automatically when projects are loaded. 64

65 Practical Use of the PR-80 Editing Palettes Here you can change palette names, rearrange palette sequences, delete clips in palettes, and perform other editing functions. To edit a palette, right-click on the palette and work from the context menu that is displayed. fig.edit.palette01.eps Context menu Clips list Changing Palette Names 1. Right-click on the name of the palette whose name you want to change in the Palettes list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Rename] to highlight the palette name. Enter the new name using the keyboard. 3. When you have finished typing the name, press the [Enter] key to confirm it. Rearranging Palette Sequences Drag and drop the palettes you want to reorder right inside the Palettes list. The palettes are inserted where dropped. You can also do this with the following procedure. 1. Right-click on a palette whose position you want to change in the Palettes list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Swap with previous] or [Swap with next]. The palette switches positions with the one before or after it. Deleting Content from the Palette 1. Right-click on the name of the palette whose content you want to delete in the Palettes list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Clear palette]. The palette s content is deleted. Displaying the Palette Window You can edit clips and perform other operations in the Palette window. For more details about the procedures, refer to Editing Clips in the Palette Window (p. 69). 65

66 Practical Use of the PR-80 Making the Palette Settings You can make the Loop mode settings for all of the clips in a palette simultaneously. You can have the same clip play repeatedly, play the subsequent clip after the current clip is finished, or specify another clip to play back. This function is convenient in situations such as when you need the clips in a palette played back automatically one after another. fig.edit.palette01.eps Context menu Clips list 1. Right-click on the palette whose Loop Mode settings you want to set in the Palettes list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Set loop mode of all clips to]. A submenu appears. fig.edit.palette02.eps submenu 3. Make the Loop mode settings. One shot Playback stops at the final frame in the clip or at the Out point set in the clip settings (p. 70). Loop The clips are played back continuously. Play Next Clip The current clip is played back to the end, and the next clip is played. Select Next Clip The current clip is played to the final frame or the Out point set with the clip settings (p. 70), then playback stops and the next clip is selected. Play Target Clip When playback of the current clip is finished, the clip specified in the loop mode settings (p. 74) is played back. 66

67 Practical Use of the PR-80 Editing Clips fig.edit.clip01.eps You can change clip names, rearrange clip sequences, copy and delete clips, and perform other editing functions.to edit a clip, right-click on the clip and work from the context menu that is displayed. context menu Changing Clip Names You can change the clip names independently of the materials. 1. Right-click on the name of the clip whose name you want to change in the Clips list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Rename] to highlight the clip name. Enter the new name using the keyboard. 3. When you have finished typing the name, press the [Enter] key to confirm it. Rearranging Clip Sequences Drag and drop the clips in the Clips list to rearrange the clip sequence. Searching Clip Materials This searches for materials assigned to the clips. 1. Right-click on the name of the clip containing the material you want to find in the Clips list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Find material]. The materials assigned to the clip are selected in the Materials list. Copying Clips to Other Locations and Palettes 1. Right-click on the name of the clip you want to copy in the Clips list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Copy]. 3. Right-click on the location (even in another palette) where you want to paste the clip copied in the Clips list. A context menu appears. 4. Select [Paste]. "Clip" list. The copy of the clip is assigned to that location. 67

68 Practical Use of the PR-80 Cutting and Moving Clips to Other Locations and Palettes 1. Right-click on the name of the clip you want to cut in the Clips list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Cut]. 3. Right-click on the location (even in another palette) where you want to paste the cut clip in the Clips list. A context menu appears. 4. Select [Paste]. The cut clip is assigned that location. Removing Clips 1. Right-click on the name of the clip in the Clips list you want to remove. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Clear]. The clip is removed. Materials are not deleted when clips are removed. Changing the Size of the Thumbnails in the Clips list 1. Right-click on the Clips list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Appearance]. A submenu appears. 3. Select the display size. Select Large to display larger thumbnails, Medium for normal size, or Small for smaller-size thumbnails. 68

69 Practical Use of the PR-80 Editing Clips in the Palette Window You can edit clips in the Palette window. 1. Right-click on the Palettes list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Open palette window]. The Palette window opens. fig.palette.window01.eps Context menu You can also open the Palette window by double-clicking in the Palettes list. 3. Select and right-click on the clip you want to edit. Select the parameter you want to edit. You can rearrange clip sequences and load materials in the Palette window. You can rearrange the sequence of clips by dragging and dropping them in the Palette window. You can also easily arrange materials in the Palette window by dragging and dropping from the Clips list or Materials list. 69

70 Practical Use of the PR-80 Making the Clip Settings fig.editmode06.eps Here you can set each clip s Loop Mode settings, In point and Out point, volume levels, and more. Clip settings are made in the Parameter Area. Parameters area Setting the Clip Playback Segment This sets the clip s In point and Out point. 1. Click on the clip whose playback segment you want to change in the Clips list. 2. Use the time slider in the Parameters Area to move the preview cursor to the frames you want to set as the In point and Out point. fig.clip01.eps Preview cursor Current time The current time is indicated beneath the preview cursor. You can move the cursor in the following ways. Dragging the Preview Cursor with the Mouse You can play back scrubs by dragging the preview cursor with the mouse (p. 73). Right-click the Time Slider with the Mouse [Jump to top frame] [Jump to end frame] [Jump to in point] [Jump to out point] Time slider Context menu A context menu appears, allowing you to shift to the following points. 70

71 Practical Use of the PR-80 Using the Transport Control : Return to first frame : Advance to last frame : Go back 1 frame : Advance 1 frame : Go back 10 frames : Advance 10 frames : Start playback : Stop playback Transport control Using the In Point and Out Point Settings Icons Jump to out point : Jump to In point : Jump to Out point Jump to in point Using the Keyboard Shortcuts Shortcut key + [Shift] + [ ]: Go back 10 frames Shortcut key + [Shift] + [ ]: Advance 10 frames Shortcut key + [ ]: Go back 1 frame Shortcut key + [ ]: Advance 1 frame Shortcut key is set in the [Preferences] in Selector. This is set to the [Ctrl] key at the factory. For more detailed information, refer to System Preferences (p. 41). Using the Optional DV-7DLC JOG/Shuttle Dial : Return to first frame : Pause : Advance 1 frame : Play from In point to Out point : Go back 10 frames : Playback : Advance to last frame : Advance 10 frames : Go back 1 frame 3. After deciding on the frame, set the In point or Out point as shown below. fig.clip02.eps Right-click the time slider Time slider Context menu A context menu appears, and you can then make the following settings. [Set in point] [Set out point] 71

72 Practical Use of the PR-80 Using the In Point and Out Point Settings Icons Out point Sets the In point : Sets the Out point : Plays back from the In point to the Out point In point Using the Optional DV-7DLC : Sets the In point : Sets the Out point : Plays back from the In point to the Out point When you set the In point, the In point is then automatically assigned to each of the clip thumbnails. You can also right-click the time slider with the mouse and select [Set thumbnail frame] to assign the frame that appears at the preview cursor position to each of the clip thumbnails. You can delete the In point and Out point in the following ways. Right-click the Time Slider with the Mouse Time slider Context menu [Delete in/out point] Using the In Point and Out Point Settings Icons Deletes out point Deletes in point : Deletes the In point : Deletes the Out point 72

73 Practical Use of the PR-80 Setting the In Point and Out Point While Playing the Audio You can set the In point and Out point as the audio is being played. 1. Select a clip in Edit mode. 2. Press in the upper left of the clip parameter Preview Area to switch on scrub playback with audio. The button changes to. When On When Off 3. Drag the time slider. The audio track plays back in accordance with the time slider. When playback is paused, playback of the audio for that frame is looped. 4. Set the desired In point and Out point. 5. Press to switch off scrub playback with audio. The button switches to. Specifying Clip Thumbnails You can specify the thumbnails for clips shown in the palette. 1. Drag the time slider with the mouse to the point where the image you want to specify as the thumbnail appears, then right-click. fig.clip02.eps Time slider Context menu When you select Set thumbnail frame, the thumbnail switches to the currently displayed image. 73

74 Practical Use of the PR-80 Setting Loop Mode for Each Clip You can make separate Loop mode settings for each clip.when this is turned on, each clip plays in accordance with its own Loop Mode setting. You can have the same clip play continuously or play the next clip when the current one is finished. You can also have another specified clip play after the current clip is played back. These functions allow you to program the playback sequence of the clips. The Loop mode settings are enabled when Loop playback is on (p. 58). 1. Select the clip whose Loop mode settings you want to set in the Clips list. 2. Select the Loop mode setting. f One shot Playback stops at the final clip in the frame or at the Out point set in the clip settings (p. 70). Loop The clips are played back continuously. Play Next Clip The current clip is played back to the end, and the next clip is played. Select Next Clip Playback stops at the final frame in the clip or at the Out point set in the clip settings (p. 70). Play Target Clip When the current clip is finished playing, the specified clip is then played back. Specify clips by selecting the palette number and clip number. Each clip s Loop mode appears in the clip s image in the palette in Play mode. Setting the Dissolve Time for Each Clip You can set the dissolve time for each individual clip. Note, however, that this setting is enabled only when you're not using the Dual Stream mode. 1. Click [Enable Dissolve Time] to select the check box (making a check mark appear) and enable the dissolve time. 2. Move the Dissolve Time slider to set the dissolve time. Correct the Color for Specific Clip You can perform color correction independently for each individual clip. 1. Click [Color Correction] to select the check box (making a check mark appear) and enable color correction. 2. Move the sliders to adjust the values. 74

75 Practical Use of the PR-80 Setting the Volume for Each Clip You can adjust the volume level of each clip independently of the others. Adjust clip volume levels individually when, for example, there are discrepancies in the levels from one clip to another. 1. Select the clip whose volume setting you want to set in the Clips list. fig.clip.audio.eps 2. Move the slider to adjust the volume level. You can return the parameters to their standard settings by right-clicking the slider and then selecting Defaults. Setting the Playback Speed for Each Clip You can set the playback speed independently for each individual clip. 1. Click the Extended Parameters tab. 2. Move the Playback Speed slider to adjust the playback speed. The number above the slider indicates the playback speed. You can make the setting for reverse playback by making this number negative. Setting the Playback Start Point for Each Clip You can set the point where playback starts independently for each individual clip. 1. Click the Extended Parameters tab. 2. Click to select either "Start Playback from In Point" or "Start Playback from Thumbnail" as the point to start playback. 75

76 Practical Use of the PR-80 Changing Material Settings You can change material names, copy and delete materials, and perform other tasks. To change a material s settings, right-click on the material whose setting you want to change and work from the context menu that is displayed. fig.edit.material.menu01.eps Context menu Changing Material Names 1. Right-click on the material whose name you want to change in the Materials list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Rename] to highlight the material name. Enter the new name using the keyboard. 3. When you have finished typing the name, press the [Enter] key to confirm it. Copying Materials to the Clips list 1. Right-click on the material you want to copy in the Materials list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Copy]. 3. Right-click on the location in the Clips list where you want to paste the clip copied in the Materials list. A context menu appears. 4. Select [Paste]. The copy of the material is assigned to that location. Deleting Materials 1. Right-click on the material you want to delete in the Materials list. A context menu appears. 2. Select [Delete]. Materials list The material is completely deleted from the hard disk. This procedure completely removes the material from the hard disk; always confirm that you indeed want to delete the material before you delete it. 76

77 Practical Use of the PR-80 Changing Material Thumbnail Images 1. Click on the material whose thumbnail image you want to change in the Materials list. 2. Move the thumbnail slider in the Information Area. fig.editmode07.eps Preview 3. The thumbnail switches to the frame shown at the current slider position. Setting Automatic Playback fig.editmode08.eps Thumbnail slider You can have clips play back automatically when projects are loaded. These settings are made in Edit mode. Project fig.project.eps 1. Put a check in the check box in the Project Area. 2. Select the palette number and clip number. The selected clip plays back automatically when the project is loaded. If you check Keep this clip running, the screen does not go black when a clip is finished playing (this includes stopping playback with the Stop button or Esc key on the keyboard), but the specified clip is played instead. Clips do not play back automatically when Loop playback is off in Play mode (p. 58). 77

78 Practical Use of the PR-80 Importing Materials Importing Materials from Another Project You can import materials from other projects. 1. Click the [Import] button at the lower right of the Edit Mode screen. The Import material dialog is displayed. fig.import01.eps Select disk Select material Select project Cancel button Import button 2. Select the import source disk in the Disks list and the import source project in the Projects list. You can specify a removable hard disk as the destination disk for importing material. For information on how to work with a removable hard disk, refer to "Instructions for Installing the Hard Disk" (p. 139). 3. Select the material you want to import, then click the [Import] button. You can confirm the material in the Project Area to the right. To select multiple materials, hold down the [Shift] key as you select. 4. When you have finished importing, click [Close] to close the window. When you use the above procedure in Import material here, which appears after you select a clip in the Clips list or Palette window, and then right-click, you can import and use the material as a clip at that position. 78

79 Practical Use of the PR-80 Capturing Video from a Video Deck or Other Device This procedure captures video from a video deck or other device. 1. Click the [Capture] button at the lower right of the Edit Mode screen. The Capture screen appears. fig.capture01.eps Select input Stop button Monitor Start recording button [CLOSE] button 2. Use the keyboard to enter the name of the material to be newly captured. 3. Select the connector to which the video deck or other device is connected. 4. Start playback of the external device. You can see the playback in the monitor. When you connect a deck to the PR-80 with a DV cable and select DV input, you can operate the deck with transport buttons in the screen. 5. Clicking the [Start] button starts recording. Click the [Frame] button to capture a single frame. If instead of the [Frame] button you press the [Auto-cut] button, the material is automatically segmented at the points where the scenes change and then saved. In this case, the materials are automatically given names such as Title-0001 and Title Click the [Stop] button to stop capturing. It makes the captured video into a single material. If you click the [Cut] button, it segments the captured video at your click timing. In this case, the materials are automatically given names such as Title-0001 and Title Click the [Close] button to close the Capture screen. 8. The captured material appears in the material list in Edit mode. The imported material is indicated by a name such as Title

80 Practical Use of the PR-80 Importing Video from an Editor Library You can import video from a Library registered with the "Editor" (p. 24) into your project. 1. Go to the bottom right of the Edit mode window and click the [Import] button. The "Import Material" dialog box appears. Select a disk Select materials Select a directory 2. In the "Disks" list, select "Library." 3. In the "Material" list, select the material you want to import, then click the [Import] button. To select multiple pieces of material, hold down the [Shift] key as you select. 4. When you have finished importing, click [Close] to close the window. When you import material using the procedure just described in "Import material here," which appears when you right-click a clip in the "Clips" list or the Palette window, you can import and use the material as a clip at that location. 80

81 Practical Use of the PR-80 Importing Materials Created with a Computer You can use CD-ROMs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs to import video materials created on computers into projects. You can also import data in the same manner from memory cards using an optional card reader. This feature is compatible only with systems meeting the following specifications. CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW Format ISO9660 Level 2, HFS, or Microsoft Joliet Mode 1 format (not compatible with other operating systems extended formats) Memory Card Format FAT16 or FAT32 format File Format Animation: DV stream files Still: JPEG files Data Format (CODEC) Animation: DV, NTSC/PAL (differing according to regional specification), 48 khz, 16-bit PCM Audio Still: JPEG (4:3 [Horizontal:Vertical] Aspect Ratio) Use single-session, write-at-once for creating CD-Rs, CD-RWs, or CD-ROMs. This feature is not compatible with packet-write and multi-session methods. * For more detailed information, refer to the owner s manuals for your computer and video editing software. You can import materials using video editing software on a computer with the capture function (p. 79). You can also use the network function (p. 113) to copy materials to the PR-80 from a computer. 1. Press the Eject button on the PR-80 s front panel to open the CD-ROM drive s disk tray. If using a memory card, insert the card into the card reader, then press [Import] at the lower right of the Edit Mode screen, and proceed to Step Place the disc containing the material on the tray, then close the tray. 3. After the sound of the drive spinning abates, click the [Import] button at the lower right of the Edit Mode screen. Select a disk Select materials Select a directory If the disk does not appear in the screen, click the Rescan button in the dialog. 81

82 Practical Use of the PR Select the disk you want to import from the Disks list. 5. Select the material you want to import in the Materials list, then click the [Import] button. To select multiple materials, hold down the [Shift] key as you select. You can cut down on interlacing problems when selecting still images by going to the bottom center of the dialog box and selecting the "Apply field smooth" check box before you import the material. 6. Select the disk in the Disks list and click the [Eject] button. If you select a CD, the disk tray opens; remove the disk from the tray. Remove the card from the card reader. 7. If you want to continue importing from other disks, insert a disk as described in Step 1.2 above, and after the sound from the drive s spinning abates, click the [Rescan] button. 8. When you have finished importing, eject the disk as described in Step 6 above, then press [Cancel] to close the dialog. When you use the above procedure in Import material here, which appears after you select a clip in the Clips list or Palette window and then right-click, you can import and use the material as a clip at that position. Materials copied from computers connected to a network (p. 113) are copied to the IMPORT folder in the Disks list. Load these materials from the IMPORT folder. 82

83 Practical Use of the PR-80 Importing Masks Created on a Computer Using a network, you can import still pictures created on a computer into the PR-80 as masks (p. 56). You can make the setting for a mask for a single PR-80 unit. It isn't possible to make the setting on a project-by-project basis. Only the specifications shown below are supported as the formats for images that you can import as masks. Alpha-channel PNG Files The transparent portions set using the alpha channel become the transparent areas of the mask. For more information, refer to the documentation for your computer and for the video-editing program you're using on the computer. 1. Follow the procedure described in Importing Masks Created on a Computer (p. 83) to copy the prepared PNG file to the "MASK" folder on the PR From the computer, change the name of the file in the "MASK" folder. The PR-80 can handle up to eight masks, but you can have more than eight PNG files in the "MASK" folder. When more than eight masks have been saved in the MASK folder, you can use only the upper eight (when sorted in ascending order) on the PR-80. When the PNG file you want to use is not among the upper eight,, you will need to change the filename to something higher in the alphabet. Example: When the MASK folder contains the ten PNG files in the list at left, you can use the upper eight files when sorted in ascending order (the files shown in gray) as masks. Contents of the MASK folder Circle.png Circle Soft.png Ellipse.png Ellipse Soft.png Letter Box.png Letter Box Soft.png Logp 1.png Logo 2.png 1st mask.png Gray Box.png (Sorted in ascending order) 1st mask.png Circle.png Circle Soft.png Ellipse.png Ellipse Soft.png Gray Box.png Letter Box.png Letter Box Soft.png Logp 1.png Logo 2.png We assume no responsibility for deletion of any masks already stored on the PR-80. To back up the masks already stored on the PR-80, copy the contents of the MASK folder to a computer. 83

84 Practical Use of the PR-80 Organizing Projects fig.utility02.eps You can create copies of projects on the hard disk and change their names. These operations are carried out in the Utility screen (p. 40). Disks list Project information Copying Projects Projects list Done Duplicating Projects on the Same Hard Disk 1. Click Selector s [Utility] button. The Utility screen appears. 2. Select the disk you want to work with from the Disks list. 3. Right-click on the project you want to duplicate in the Projects list. A context menu appears. 4. Select [Duplicate]. The project ~Project Name~copy is created on the same hard disk. Copying Projects From One Hard Disk to Another 1. Click Selector s [Utility] button. The Utility screen appears. 2. Select the copy source disk in the Disks list. 3. Drag the project you want to copy from the Projects list. 4. Drop the project in the copy-destination disk in the Disks list. Changing Project Names 1. Click Selector s [Utility] button. The Utility screen appears. 2. Select the disk you want to work with from the Disks list. 3. Right-click on the project whose name you want to change in the Projects list. A context menu appears. 4. Select [Rename] to highlight the project name. Enter the name with the keyboard. 5. When you have finished typing the name, press the [Enter] key to confirm it. 84

85 Practical Use of the PR-80 Deleting Projects Moving Projects to the Trash 1. Click Selector s [Utility] button. The Utility screen appears. 2. Select the disk you want to work with from the Disks List. 3. Right-click on the project you want to delete in the Projects List. A context menu appears. 4. Select Move to Trash. You can also delete projects by dragging the projects and dropping them in the Trash in the Disks list. You cannot remove a currently selected project. Completely Deleting Projects from the Trash 1. Click Selector s [Utility] button. The Utility screen appears. 2. Right-click on Trash in the Disks list. A context menu appears. 3. Select [Empty Trash]. 4. When the message Do you want to empty trash? appears, click [OK]. Emptying the Trash with this procedure completely removes the project from the hard disk; always confirm that you indeed want to delete the project before you delete it. Initializing a Removable Hard Disk 1. Go to the Selector and click the [Utility] button. The Utility screen appears. 2. In the "Disks" list, right-click the removable hard disk. A context menu appears. 3. Select [Initialize]. 4. A window prompting you to confirm the operation appears. Follow the instructions displayed. Performing initialization according to the procedure just described completely deletes any and all projects on the removable hard disk, so before you carry out the operation, be sure to check to make sure it's okay to go ahead and delete the projects. For information on how to work with a removable hard disk, refer to "Instructions for Installing the Hard Disk" (p. 139). 85

86 Practical Use of the PR-80 Using Scheduler to Control Presenter You can use the Scheduler function to play the clips you want at any time you like. You can also program it to stop playback and shut down the PR-80 at the desired time as well. Use of Scheduler requires that the PR-80 s time be set. You can set the time in the System Preferences (p. 41). You can also synchronize the PR-80 with the time data from a network time server and have the time adjusted automatically (p. 115). You can click the [Clock] button to open the Schedule Editor screen and make settings for the schedule. Starting the Scheduler fig.scheduler01.eps Go to the upper left of the Presenter screen and click the [Clock] button. The "Schedule Editor" screen appears. Selects the month, Day, Week, Hour and minute Selects the palette and clip Selects the operation Creating a Schedule [Scheduler] button 1. Click the [Add] button to create a new schedule. You can add up to 100 schedules. 2. Click below "Month" and choose the month. If this is not to be specified (for example, when you want to specify only the day of the week), choose "*." 3. In the same way, choose the "Day," "Week" (day of the week), "Hour," and "Minute." If this information is not to be specified, choose "*." ("*" cannot be selected for "Minute.") If you specified the "Day" and "Week" (day of the week), then when a match with one or the other occurs, the operation you specify in step 4 is executed. 86

87 Practical Use of the PR Choose the operation you want to carry out at the set time. "Play": "Stop": "Shutdown": "Reboot": "Time Adj": Begins playback at the specified time. Stops playback at the specified time. Shuts down the PR-80 at the specified time. Restarts the PR-80 at the specified time. Accesses the time server over the network at the specified time and corrects the time setting. 5. If you selected "Play," then choose the clip to play back. Select the palette, then select the clip. Making the Loop mode setting for the clips (p. 74) lets you program a clip sequence and have it played back at any time you like. 6. Clicking the [Save] button saves the settings. Deleting a Schedule Clicking the [Close] button lets you close the screen without saving the settings. If you modified the schedule settings, however, a dialog box appears and prompts you to save the changes. To quit without saving the schedule settings, click "Don't save." At the "Schedule Editor" screen, choose the schedule you want to delete, then go to the lower left of the "Schedule Editor" screen and click the [Delete] button. Activating Scheduler 1. Click the [Scheduler] button at the bottom of the Schedule Editor screen to highlight it in orange. The Scheduler function is switched on. The selected operation is then carried out at the time specified in the settings. The Scheduler's operational mode is indicated by the manner in which the Clock button lights. Schedules set in Scheduler and Scheduler On/Off settings can be saved individually to different projects. Scheduler is stopped when the Selector screen is active (with no project being opened). You cannot play back and stop clips with Scheduler when Presenter is in Edit mode. Time Resolution (Granularity) of the Scheduler The time resolution, or granularity, of the Scheduler is in one-minute units. Because the Presenter itself also experiences a certain amount of latency (delayed response), accuracy in units of seconds cannot be assured. Accuracy of the Internal Clock The unit has a built-in clock for Scheduler operations. This clock is intended for use with a time server (see p. 115 of the PR-80 Owner's Manual). The internal clock cannot be expected to keep accurate time if the PR-80 is used alone. Also, synchronization with a time server should be performed as frequently as possible using the Scheduler. It is recommended that a time synchronization event be performed before a scheduled event. 87

88 Practical Use of the PR-80 Controlling Presenter with MIDI In addition to the keyboard and mouse, you can also control Presenter in various ways using any of a number of different external control devices. Using MIDI Devices Switch Presenter to Play mode (p. 34) when controlling it with an external device. Using an optional USB MIDI interface, you can control the PR-80 in a variety of ways from a MIDI device. Connect the USB interface to the [USB] connector on the PR-80 with a USB cable. The USB MIDI interfaces that can be used for this function are shown below. SMPU-64, UM-1, UM-1S, UM-1, UM-1S, UM-2, UM-2E, UM-2C, UM-4, UM-550, UM-880, PCR-30, PCR-50, PCR-80, PC-300 The driver software included with these units is not used by the PR-80. In addition, when connecting multiple interfaces and using interfaces with multiple ports, set all inputs to merge (mix) and all outputs to parallel (whereby the same signals are output). Playing Clips Set the MIDI preferences. These settings are saved without regard to the project. With these settings made, you can use a MIDI device for the following operations. Selecting Palettes Palettes are selected with the Bank Select MSB. Values range from 0 to 19. Playing Clips Clips are selected and played back with Program Changes. Values range from 0 to 31. Controlling the Playback Speed This is set in Step 3. Setting the Transition Effect Time This is set in Step 4. Adjusting the Volume You can adjust the volume level. This is set in Step 5. Setting the Time Trip Pad You can make the settings for the Time Trip pad, featured on V-Synths and other instruments. This is set in Step 6. Stopping Playback of Clips Playback of the clips stops when an All Note Off message is received (followed by a black screen). Resetting the Playback Speed Changes and Transition Effect Time Reset All Controllers sets the playback speed to the standard default speed and the transition effect time to 0 seconds. 88

89 Practical Use of the PR If you're in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button and then the [MIDI Preferences] button. If you're in the Edit mode, click the [Preferences] button. If you're in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button, and when the panel appears, click the [MIDI Preferences] button. fig.midi01.eps 2. Set the MIDI channel to be used for playback of the clip in Rx Channel in Clip Control. Select the R channel fig.midi02.eps 3. If controlling the playback speed via MIDI, set the MIDI message to be used in Speed Control (controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF]). The playback speed is controlled with the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message fig.midi03.eps When controlling the playback speed, set the Speed Control Range (the value is set in terms of a range of multipliers that can be applied to the standard speed). Speed Control Range Numerals in the Speed Control Range indicate, from left to right, the minimum MIDI value (0), center value (64), and maximum value (127). When selecting a range starting from 0 in the Speed Control Range, playback is paused when the value is set at 0. 89

90 Practical Use of the PR-80 fig.midi04.eps 4. If the transition effect time is controlled via MIDI, set the MIDI message to be used in Transition Time Control (controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF]). The transition effect time setting is controlled with the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message The transition effect time ( seconds) corresponds to the MIDI value (0 127). fig.midi04a.eps For more details about selecting the transition effect time, refer to Transition Effects (p. 52). 5. If you wish to control the volume from the MIDI device, set the MIDI message at the Audio Level Control pull-down menu (if OFF selected, it cannot be controlled using the MIDI device). Control the volume with the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message fig.midi04a.eps 6. If you're switching the Dual Stream mode on and off via MIDI, go to "Dual Stream" and set the MIDI message to be used. (Controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF].) Dual stream is switched on and off using the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message. Select a MIDI message For more information about dual stream, refer to "Dual Stream" (p. 53). 90

91 Practical Use of the PR-80 fig.midi04a.eps 7. If you're switching the Mix mode for the Dual Stream mode via MIDI, go to "Mix Mode" and set the MIDI message to be used. (Controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF].) The Mix mode is changed using the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message fig.midi04a.eps 8. If you're adjusting the level of the luminance key for the Dual Stream mode via MIDI, go to "Luminance Key Level" and set the MIDI message to be used. (Controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF].) The level is adjusted using the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message fig.midi04a.eps 9. If you're controlling the T-bar for the Dual Stream mode via MIDI, go to "T-bar Control" and set the MIDI message to be used. (Controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF].) The T-bar is controlled using the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message 91

92 Practical Use of the PR-80 fig.midi04a.eps 10.If you're switching the Stream mode for masking via MIDI, go to "Mask Control" and set the MIDI message to be used. (Controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF].) Masking is switched on and off using the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message fig.midi05.eps 11.Set the MIDI messages for use with the Time Trip Pad featured on V-Synths and other instruments. (MIDI controls cannot be received if the check box is not selected, making a check mark appear in it.) The selected MIDI message is controlled with the Time Trip Pad. You can use the Time Trip Pad to play back clips. Simply press the pad to stop playback, rotate clockwise to have the clip play back according to the speed with which you rotate the pad, rotate counterclockwise to play back in reverse, and release the pad to resume ordinary playback. Select a MIDI message Mark the checkbox fig.midi06.eps Set the Time Trip Pad s vertical axis. Select a MIDI message Mark the checkbox 12.Click the [Done] button. 92

93 Practical Use of the PR-80 Controlling Color Correction You can control color correction (p. 55) via MIDI. Color correction lets you perform independent control for the picture's hue (H), saturation (S), and brightness (V). Set the MIDI preferences. These settings are saved without regard to the project. Making these settings lets you use a MIDI device for the following operations. 1. If you're in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button and then the [MIDI Preferences] button. If you're in the Edit mode, click the [Preferences] button. 2. Set the MIDI channel to be used for the color-correction control with the "Rx Channel" setting in "Color/Brightness Control." Select the R channel Control for color correction, fade, and effects uses a shared MIDI channel. Using different MIDI channels for each one is not possible. 3. The MIDI messages that makes the settings for color correction are respectively set by means of "Hue Control," "Saturation Control," and "Brightness Control" in "Color/Brightness Control." (Controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF].) The control applied to the final video output is set with the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message The range of MIDI values, , corresponds to the minimum to maximum values for the parameter.you can use the box on the right side to select the polarity of the control. 4. Click the [Done] button. 93

94 Practical Use of the PR-80 Controlling Fades You can control, via MIDI, the fade (output fade) applied to the final video output. Set the MIDI preferences. These settings are saved without regard to the project. Making these settings lets you use a MIDI device for the following operations. 1. If you're in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button and then the [MIDI Preferences] button. If you're in the Edit mode, click the [Preferences] button. 2. Set the MIDI channel to be used for the fade control with the "Rx Channel" setting in "Color/ Brightness Control." fig.midi07.eps Control for color correction, fade, and effects uses a shared MIDI channel. Using different MIDI channels for each one is not possible. Select the R channel fig.midi08.eps 3. The MIDI message that sets the fade applied to the final video output is set by means of Output Fade in Color/Brightness Control (controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF]). The fade applied to the final video output is set with the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message The range of MIDI values, , corresponds to the minimum to maximum values for the parameter. You can select the polarity of the control with the box on the right side. Select + to set the parameters targeted for MIDI control to [0: normal playback 64: 50% white fade 127: 100% white fade], - for [-127: 100% black fade 64: 50% black fade 0: normal playback], and +/- for [-127: 100% black fade 0: normal playback 127: 100% white fade]. Presenter s output fade cannot be controlled with MIDI while the V-4 control function (p. 107) is on. 4. Click the [Done] button 94

95 Practical Use of the PR-80 Controlling Effects You can control effects (p. 54) via MIDI. You can independently control the effects corresponding to the Effect buttons 1 through 4. Set the MIDI preferences. These settings are saved without regard to the project. Making these settings lets you use a MIDI device for the following operations. 1. If you're in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button and then the [MIDI Preferences] button. If you're in the Edit mode, click the [Preferences] button. 2. Set the MIDI channel to be used for the effect control with the "Rx Channel" setting in "Color/ Brightness Control." fig.midi07.eps Control for color correction, fade, and effects uses a shared MIDI channel. Using different MIDI channels for each one is not possible. Select the R channel fig.midi08.eps 3. The MIDI message that sets the effect applied to the video output is set by means of "VF Control" in "Color/Brightness Control." (Controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF].) The effect applied to the video output is set with the selected MIDI message. The range of MIDI values, , corresponds to the minimum to maximum values for the parameter. Select a MIDI message 4. Click the [Done] button. 95

96 Practical Use of the PR-80 Using a MIDI Keyboard to Play Back Clips You can use a MIDI keyboard as an intuitive user interface to directly select and play back clips. This is perfect for use in video performances. Not only can you connect a MIDI keyboard to the UM-1 or other USB MIDI interface using a MIDI cable, you can also connect an optional PC-300, PCR-30, PCR-50, or PCR-80 USB keyboard directly to the PR-80. Connect the PC-300, PCR-30, PCR-50, or PCR-80 with a USB cable to the [USB] connector on the PR-80. Connect these keyboards only while the power is turned off. Set the POWER switch on the PC-300, PCR-30, PCR-50, or PCR-80 to [USB] (no AC adaptor is needed). Set the MIDI preferences. These settings are saved without regard to the project. With these settings made, you can use a 49-key MIDI keyboard for the following operations. Selecting Palettes You can use the black keys to switch palettes. Palettes are switched when a black key is held down for at least 0.5 seconds. Palettes 1 20 are assigned to the black keys, in order from left to right, starting from the far left. Playing Clips You can play back clips with the white keys. Playback is started by Note On messages, so it is not necessary to hold down the keys. Clips 1 to 28 are assigned to the white keys, in order from left to right, starting from the white key at the far left (Note Number: 24H). Controlling the Transition Effect Time You can control the transition effect time with the force used to play the keys. Transition effects take effect quickly when the keys are pressed firmly, and they take effect slowly when the keys are pressed slowly (when the transition effect times is set in Play mode). This is set in Step 4. Setting the Clip Retrigger Point When the same white key is held down, the same clip is repeatedly played (retriggered) from the beginning of the clip (or the In point). You can preset the starting point at which the repeated playback begins (the retrigger point). For more details about making this setting, refer to Setting the Clip Retrigger Point (p. 98). 1. If you're in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button and then the [MIDI Preferences] button. If you're in the Edit mode, click the [Preferences] button. 2. Settings determining the MIDI channels, control of the playback speed and transition-effect time, switching the Dual Stream mode on and off, and other such settings reflect the settings from "Playing Clips" (p. 88) in "Using MIDI Devices." fig.midi09.eps 3. Check the Note Mode check box in Clip Control and then check 49-Key MIDI Keyboard. This switches on 49-Key MIDI Keyboard mode. Mark the checkbox 96

97 Practical Use of the PR-80 fig.midi10.eps In 49-Key MIDI Keyboard mode, the clips are assigned to the white keys of the 49-key keyboard. The 4 x 8 display in the Play mode Palette Area and the Edit mode Palette window changes to 4 x 7, thus showing one octave per row. The corresponding note names are displayed in the clip thumbnails in Play mode. You can assign clips to all of the MIDI keyboard s keys (p. 98). Clips 29 through 32 cannot be played back in 49-Key MIDI Keyboard mode. 4. You can use the force with which the keys are played (velocity) to control the set transition effect time. When the keys are played with maximum force (velocity = 127), the transition effect time is the product of the setting s value multiplied by zero, and when the keys are played with minimum force (velocity = 1), it is the product of the setting s value multiplied by one. This magnification curve is set with the Velocity Curve Type setting in 49-Key MIDI Keyboard mode. fig.midi11.eps Select the Velocity Curve Type 5. Click the [Done] button. 97

98 Practical Use of the PR-80 To Assign Clips to All of the MIDI Keyboard Keys 1. Check the Note Mode check box in Clip Control from Step 3 above, then check Set Key Range. Mark the checkbox [Set from MIDI] button Range of notes 2. Click Set from MIDI to highlight it. 3. Specify the range of notes with the MIDI keyboard connected to the PR-80. Hold down the key for the lowest pitch and press the key for the highest pitch. The specified range is displayed. The clips corresponding to the notes within this range are assigned to the keys. Setting the Clip Retrigger Point When the same white key is held down, the same clip is repeatedly played (retriggered) from the beginning of the clip (or the In point). You can preset the starting point at which the repeated playback begins (the retrigger point). 1. Hold down a white key for at least one second. 2. View the clip as it is played back, then release the key when the clip reaches the point that you want to set as the retrigger point. 3. The clip is played again either when playback reaches the end of the clip or when you press the same key before switching to another clip. The retrigger point is cleared when playback reaches the end of the clip or when you switch to another clip. After setting a retrigger point, you can set it again by holding down the same key for at least one second. Retriggering with the transition effect time setting enabled may result in fading out of the functions, making the effect unclear. 98

99 Practical Use of the PR-80 About System Exclusive Messages Presenter is capable of receiving System Exclusive messages from other MIDI devices. Using this function enables you to set the Device ID required for receiving these messages. In addition, when using the PR-80 to control another Presenter (such as another PR-80 or the DV-7PR), or when setting the PR-80 as the controlled device, make sure that the Presenter Control Device ID set in the MIDI preferences for the controlling device matches the PR-80 s Device ID. Set the MIDI preferences. These settings are saved without regard to the project. 1. If you're in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button and then the [MIDI Preferences] button. If you're in the Edit mode, click the [Preferences] button. fig.midi13.eps 2. Set the PR-80 s Device ID to enable reception of System Exclusive messages. Select a Device ID 3. Click the [Done] button. For more details about this function and how to make the settings, refer to the MIDI implementation (Presenter) (p. 118). Messages carrying Device ID 7FH are received regardless of the settings (Broadcast messages). 99

100 Practical Use of the PR-80 Using Other Devices to Control Presenter When controlling the PR-80 from an external device, set the PR-80 to Play mode (p. 34). In Edit mode, only the DV-7DLC transport control, In and Out point settings, and mouse and keyboard functions are enabled. No other controls can be controlled from an external device. Using a DV-7DLC You can use an optional DV-7DLC to perform the operations described below with the kind of intuitive operation that only a dedicated controller can provide. Selecting and Playing Back Clips Controlling Transition Effects, Other Effects, and Volume Switching Dual Stream and Other Features On and Off fig.dv7c.play.eps Selecting and Playing Back Clips You can select palettes and play back clips intuitively in the Play mode. a b c d e f a. This plays the clip that is selected but not playing (highlighted in white). Retrigger Playback is enabled only when the selected clip is the one being played back. b. This stops playback of the clip. This is followed by a black screen. c. This plays the clip right before or after either the clip that is selected but not playing (highlighted in white) or the clip that is currently being played back (highlighted in green). d. This selects the palette. Palettes are switched each time the ring is turned one full circle. e. This selects the clip (highlighted in white). To play it back, use either (a) or (f). f. This provides direct playback of the clips in the selected row (highlighted in gray) in the Palette Area. The clips are assigned to the buttons in sequence, from left to right. (When you're in the 49-Key MIDI Keyboard mode, the right-most button does not play back any clip.) For more on assignments when in the Edit mode, refer to "Making the Clip Settings" (p. 70). 100

101 Practical Use of the PR-80 Using the DV-7DLC Like a Deck Controller You can change the control assignments to make the unit function like a video-deck controller in the Play mode. 1. Click [Show Preferences]. A dialog box appears, asking you which preferences panel you want to display. 2. Click [DV-7DLC Preferences]. The DV-7DLC Preferences dialog box appears. 3. For "Control Type," select "Deck Type." Select Type 2 The following buttons are assigned to function like a video-deck controllers. a b c a. You can use this as a shuttle ring for fast forwarding and rewinding. b. You can use this as a jog dial for single-frame advance and other functions. c. You can use these buttons for the following functions. : Return to first frame : Go back 10 frames : Advance 10 frames : Stop : Play : Go back 1 frame : Advance 1 frame : Advance to last frame Buttons other than those listed above retain their normal functions. For more on assignments in Edit mode, refer to Making the Clip Settings (p. 70). 101

102 Practical Use of the PR-80 Controlling the Transition Effects and Volume fig.dv7c.play.eps You can transition effects, other effects, the volume level, and other settings in the Play mode. a b c d e f g h i j k l m The factory defaults are the setting values indicated below. a. Slider 1 (Assignable) When the button is switched on, you can then use this slider to control the hue. When the button is switched off, the setting returns to the default value (0). b. Slider 2 (Assignable) When the button is switched on, you can then use this slider to control the saturation. When the button is switched off, the setting returns to the default value (0). c. Slider 3 (Assignable) When the button is switched on, you can then use this slider to control the [Transition Time] slider. When the button is switched off, the setting returns to the default value (0). d. Slider 4 (Assignable) When the button is switched on, you can then use this slider to control the [Audio] slider. When the button is switched off, the setting returns to the default value (100). e. This switches dual stream on and off. f. This controls the output fade toward black. When the lever is tilted back towards you, the video output is 100%, and tilting the lever completely away from you switches the output to 100% black. When you're in the Dual Stream mode (p. 53), this controls the video mixing. When you tilt the lever is back towards you, the MAIN video is 100%, and tilting the lever completely away from you switches the INSERT video to 100%. g. This switches the MAIN and INSERT selections when using dual stream. h. Button 1 (Assignable) This switches Effect 1 on and off. i. Button 2 (Assignable) This switches Effect 2 on and off. j. Button 3 (Assignable) This switches Effect 3 on and off. k. Button 4 (Assignable) This switches Effect 4 on and off. l. Button 5 (Assignable) This switches Effects 1 through 5 on and off as a group. m. This corresponds to the [Defaults] button. You can assign different features to sliders 1 through 4 and buttons 1 through 5. For more information, refer to page

103 Practical Use of the PR-80 Changing the Functions Assigned to Sliders and Button You can use the procedure described below to assign different features to sliders 1 through 4 and buttons 1 through 5 on the DV-7DLC. 1. Click [Show Preferences]. A dialog box appears, asking you which preferences you want to display. 2. Click [DV-7DLC Preferences]. The DV-7DLC Preferences dialog box appears. 3. Use "Sliders" or "Buttons 1--5" to make the setting for the feature you want to assign. The features you can assign are as follows. Slider Button Value name Effect Value name Effect Setting item None (None) None (None) - VF1 Effect 1 VF 1 Effect 1 Toggle, momentary, VF2 Effect 2 VF 2 Effect 2 Value (depth of effects) VF3 Effect 3 VF 3 Effect 3 VF4 Effect 4 VF 4 Effect 4 Color Hue Hue adjustment VF Enable/Disable Corresponds to [Main] button Toggle, momentary Color Saturation Saturation adjustment Mask Toggle, momentary, Brightness Brightness adjustment Value (Mask type; 1--8 only) Lum Key Level Key-level adjustment Transformer MAIN Switch to MAIN Toggle, momentary Output Fade Output fade Transformer INSERT Switch to INSERT Toggle, momentary Volume Volume adjustment Play Reverse Reverse playback Toggle, momentary Transition Time Transition Time Playback Speed Playback speed Toggle, momentary, Playback Speed Playback Speed Value (64 - equivalent to centered Playback Speed slider in Play mode) Output Fade Output fade Toggle, momentary, Value (0 - black, % output, white) White Lum Key White luminance key Value (Lum Key Level) Black Lum Key Black luminance key Value (Lum Key Level) Transition * Transition mode (None) When you assign a feature to a button, you can specify how the button behaves when it is pressed. Toggle: Pressing the button switches the feature on or off. Momentary: Pressing the button activates the feature, which stays on until the button is released. Value: The value passed to the feature when the button is pressed. * The behavior settings you can make differ depending on the effect. Setting any of buttons 1 through 5 to [Transition] makes the remaining buttons be set to [Transition] as well. 103

104 Practical Use of the PR-80 Displaying the Color Bar, Switching the Play Mode and Edit Mode, and Turning Off the Power fig.dv7c.play.eps The following operations are common to each of the Presenter's modes. COLOR BAR OFF MODE SHIFT Displaying the Color Bar Go to the lower right, hold down the [SHIFT] button, and press the [COLOR BAR] button. To stop the display, perform the same operation again. Switching the Play and Edit Modes Go to the lower right, hold down the [SHIFT] button, and press the [MODE] button. Turning Off the Power Go to the lower right, hold down the [SHIFT] button, and press the [OFF] button located near the center. It is not possible to perform this procedure two or more times in rapid succession while holding down the [SHIFT] button at the lower right. Making the Clip Settings You can set the In and Out points in Edit mode. For more detailed information, refer to Setting the Clip Playback Segment (p. 70). 104

105 Practical Use of the PR-80 Using the RS-232C Connector Using the [RS-232C] connector on the PR-80 s rear panel, you can perform a variety of functions, such as selecting palettes, starting and stopping playback of clips, and turning off the power, all from a computer, touch panel, or other external control device. RS-232C Connector Specifications Transmission method: start-stop asynchronous duplex Baud rate: 9600 bps Parity: none Data length: 8 bit Stop bit length: 1 bit Code set: ASCII Flow Control: ON/OFF fig.232c.connecter.j.eps Pin number Signal name Pin connections DCD RD TD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS RI * The PR-80 s connector is male. To connect to a computer, use a female to female cross cable. fig.232c.cable.eps Cable Connections: PR-80 1 : DCD 2 : RD 3 : TD 4 : DTR 5 : GND 6 : DSR 7 : RTS 8 : CTS 9 : RI Computer 1 : DCD 2 : RD 3 : TD 4 : DTR 5 : GND 6 : DSR 7 : RTS 8 : CTS 9 : RI Setup Procedure Use the procedure below when setting up the external device and the PR Connect both devices with a RS-232C cable. 2. Turn on the power to the control device. 3. Set the communications protocol for the control device. 4. Turn on the power to the PR-80 and start up Presenter. 5. Begin operations. For more about the commands, refer to RS-232C Command Reference (Presenter) (p. 131). Using a Touch Panel Display You can connect a touch panel display and then control Presenter by directly touching the touch panel display screen. For some examples showing how you can connect such a display, refer to Setting Up and Connecting Equipment (p. 10), and for more detailed information about setting touch panel displays, refer to Making the Touch Panel Display Settings (p. 116). 105

106 Practical Use of the PR-80 Controlling Other Devices with the PR-80 Controlling Another Presenter You can control a number of other Presenters (such as other PR-80s or the DV-7PR) from the PR-80. With the PR-80 s control function enabled, you can make settings for transition effect times and for selecting palettes and clips. Set the PR-80 as the master, and the other Presenter as the slave. Connect the PR-80 and the Presenter functioning as the slave to a UM-1 or other USB MIDI interface, and use a MIDI cable to connect the MIDI OUT of the MIDI interface for the master PR-80 to the MIDI IN of the slave Presenter. When controlling other Presenters, start up the slave Presenter first and set the Device ID in System Exclusive Messages in the MIDI Preferences (p. 99). Then make the settings for the master Presenter as described below. 1. Set the Device ID for the slave Presenter. For instructions on how to set the Device ID, refer to About System Exclusive Messages (p. 99). 2. If the master Presenter is in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button and then the [MIDI Preferences] button. If it's in the Edit mode, click the [Preferences] button. 3. Set the Device ID used for Presenter Control.Match this to the slave s Device ID. Select a Device ID When set to Broadcast, control messages can be transmitted, regardless of the slave device's settings. 4. Check the Presenter Control check box. The Presenter Control function is enabled, and the PR-80 is set as the master. Mark the Checkbox 5. Click the [Done] button. * If you find the controls are not working well, try turning off the control function (uncheck the check box) and turn it on again (check the box again). The response speeds of the Presenter for the DV-7PR and the Presenters for the PR-50 and PR-80 are different. To align the timing, go to [System Preferences] and adjust [Latency]. 106

107 Practical Use of the PR-80 Controlling the V-4 Using an optional V-4, you can handle video input from an external device connected to the V-4 as PR-80 clips. Additionally, you can use an external MIDI device to control the V-4 s effect settings and fade the final video output. Connect a USB MIDI interface to the PR-80, connect the MIDI interface s MIDI OUT to the V-4 s MIDI IN with a MIDI cable, and connect the PR-80 s OUTPUT connector to [INPUT 4] on the V-4. First turn on the power to the V-4, then turn on the PR-80. Assign Mix01 to the V-4 MEMORY 8 MI button. When controlling the setup from the PR-80, bring the V-4 s video fader to the Channel A side. 1. Set the Device ID for the V-4. For instructions on how to set the Device ID, refer to the V-4 Owner s Manual. 2. If you're in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button and then the [MIDI Preferences] button. If you're in the Edit mode, click the [Preferences] button. fig.midi16.eps 3. Set the V-4 Control Device ID with Device ID. Match this to the V-4 s Device ID. Select a Device ID When set to Broadcast, control messages can be transmitted, regardless of the slave device's settings. fig.midi17.eps 4. Check the V-4 Control check box. The V-4 Control function is enabled. Mark the checkbox 107

108 Practical Use of the PR Set the MIDI message setting the V-4 s effects with VF1 Control in V-4 Control (commands are not received via MIDI when this is set to [OFF]). fig.midi18.eps The effects are controlled with the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message A MIDI value of 0 corresponds to OFF, and values correspond to ON (or to changes in the parameter if the effect has variable parameters). Set VF2 Control through VF4 Control in the same manner. fig.midi19.eps 6. Select the MIDI message setting the fade applied to the V-4 s final video output with Output Fade in Color/Brightness Control (controls are not accepted via MIDI when this is set to [OFF]). The fade applied to the V-4 s final video output is set with the selected MIDI message. Select a MIDI message The range of MIDI values, , corresponds to the range of the minimum to maximum values for the parameter. You can select the control polarity with the box on the right side. Select + to set the parameter targeted for MIDI control to [0: normal playback 64: 50% white fade 127: 100% white fade], - for [- 127: 100% black fade 64: 50% black fade 0: normal playback], and +/- for [-127: 100% black fade 0: normal playback 127: 100% white fade]. 7. Click the [Done] button. For more detailed information on operating the V-4, refer to the V-4 Owner s Manual. Presenter s output fade effects cannot be controlled with MIDI while the V-4 control function is on. If you find the controls are not working well, try turning off the control function (uncheck the check box) and turning it on again (check the box again). 108

109 Practical Use of the PR-80 fig.dditv4.eps 8. You can assign the V-4's INPUT 1 3 as clips. 109

110 Practical Use of the PR-80 Controlling AR Series Devices You can control the AR-3000 and other models in Roland s AR (Audio Recorder) Series via MIDI. When clips are played on the PR-80, Program Change and Note On messages are transmitted from the MIDI interface s OUT in accordance with the clips as they play. You can have playback of the AR Series phrases switch by switching clips with the PR-80. Connect a USB MIDI interface to the PR-80, and connect the MIDI interface s MIDI OUT to the MIDI IN of the AR Series device with a MIDI cable. 1. If you're in the Play mode, click the [Preferences] button and then the [MIDI Preferences] button. If you're in the Edit mode, click the [Preferences] button. fig.midi20.eps 2. Check the AR Control check box. The AR Control function is enabled. Mark the checkbox fig.midi21.eps 3. Set the MIDI channel to be used in controlling the AR in Tx Channel in AR Control. Select the MIDI channel The AR Series phrases correspond to the PR-80 s clips as described below. Clip Palette 1, Clip 1 Palette 1, Clip 32 Palette 2, Clip 1 Palette 20, Clip 32 Phrase A0001 A0032 A0033 A Click the [Done] button For more detailed information on operating the AR Series, refer to the Owner s Manual included with the AR Series device. When controlling an AR, set the Note Trigger setting of the AR Series device to Trigger. 110

111 Practical Use of the PR-80 Making the System Settings fig.system03.eps Here is where you make system settings including settings for the screen, networking, and touch panel displays. These settings are made in the System Preferences screen (p. 41). Eliminating Flicker in the Operational Display About the Operational Display Refresh Rate You can change the refresh rate for the PR-80 s operational display. If you are using a CRT as your operational display and the refresh rate is higher than 60 Hz, the display can induce a certain amount of noise in the video monitor. In such situations, either move the operational display away from the video monitor, or lower the refresh rate. 1. Click the [System Preferences] button in Selector. The System Preferences screen appears. 2. Change the Screen refresh rate setting to the value that works best with the display you are using. If you select a value that is not suitable for your display, the screen goes blank, but the original settings are restored soon after. 3. Click the [Keep] button to apply the setting. 4. Click the [Done] button 111

112 Practical Use of the PR-80 Automatically Starting Up Presenter 1. Click the [System Preferences] button in Selector. The System Preferences screen appears. 2. Select the Boot up method setting. [Launch Presenter automatically] When you turn on the power to the PR-80, it automatically starts up Presenter in Play mode. [Launch Editor automatically] When you turn on the power, the Editor automatically starts up. [Wait indefinitely] After the power is turned on, the PR-80 stands by in Selector. 3. Click the [Done] button Using an External Power Switch to Turn the Power On and Off fig.shutdown.eps 1. Click the [System Preferences] button in Selector. The System Preferences screen appears. 2. Select Turn On/Off using External power-line switch. 3. Click the [Done] button You can then use the power switch of the device to which the PR-80 s power cord is connected to turn the PR-80 s power on and off. When turning off the power, click the [Power off] button in the screen. Then, once the dialog It s now safe to turn off the computer. is displayed, turn off the power to the device. When turning off the power externally after transmitting a QT (Quit) command via RS-232C, be sure to wait until this dialog is displayed. You can turn off the power to the unit by switching off the power to a touch-panel display. For more information, refer to "Making the Touch Panel Display Settings" (p. 116). 112

113 Practical Use of the PR-80 Making the Network Settings Making the network settings enables you to copy materials from computers connected to a network and automatically adjust the PR-80 s time settings by connecting to a time server. Copying Material to the PR-80 from Networked Computers Cautions to Note When Using the File-sharing Features Before you turn off the PR-80's power or stop file sharing, quit the connection to the computer. No password is set for file sharing. This means you must never use the file-sharing feature while connected to the Internet or in other network environments in which someone may gain unauthorized access to your files. Never operate or make any adjustments with the PR-80 while files are being copied from a computer. Also be sure to stop playback of any clips. Turn off the PR-80's file-sharing feature when you're not sharing files. 1. In the Selector, click the [System Preferences] button. The System Preferences screen appears. 2. Go to "Network" and click [Open Network Preferences panel]. The "Network Settings" screen appears. Selects the TCP/IP configuration method Addresses are entered here Switches file sharing on and off Names are entered here 3. Select the method for configuring TCP/IP. Manual:Use this when the IP address used for the network is specified by the network administrator. Auto (DHCP):Use when the IP address is assigned automatically by your router or another device. (If you select "Auto," then proceed to step 5.) 4. Enter the addresses for "IP Address," "Subnet Mask," and "Gateway." Ask the network administrator for these addresses. 5. Enter the "Workgroup" and "Host Name." Ask the network administrator for the workgroup and host name. 6. Select the check box for "Disk Sharing (SMB)" (making a check mark appear in the box). 7. Click [Save]. Networking restarts with file sharing enabled. The Selector window returns. 8. At the Selector window, start the Presenter. 9. Click the "Edit Mode" button to change to the Edit mode. 113

114 Practical Use of the PR Go to the bottom right of the window and click the "Start Disk Sharing" button. The Edit mode ends and the disk-sharing feature is activated. [Share Disk] button 11.Connect the PR-80 to the network through the computer. Connect using the host name you set on the PR-80. For more-detailed instructions about making these connections, refer to the documentation for your computer. If you're using Mac OS, you can use "smb://unit's_host_name/import/" to access the unit. The "IMPORT" folder becomes the shared folder for video. Also, the "MASK" folder becomes the shared folder for masks. 12.Copy material from the computer to the PR-80. Copy video material to the "IMPORT" folder and image files to use as masks to the "MASK" folder. You can import video material copied to the "IMPORT" folder from the "Import Material" dialog box (p. 30). For more information on the formats that you can import, refer to page 81. You can take video material copied to the "MASK" folder and use it directly in the Play Mode. For more information, refer to "Importing Masks Created on a Computer" (p. 83). When you import material from the "IMPORT" folder at the "Import Material" screen, that material is automatically deleted from the "IMPORT" folder. All other files are also deleted when the power to the PR-80 is turned on. Clicking "Cancel" while you're making these settings returns you to the "System Preferences" screen. Clicking "Revert" returns the settings to their original state. Never try to copy any file larger than 4 GB. The unit may have trouble operating properly if the hard disk becomes filled up with copied material. If this occurs, first shut down the unit, then turn the power on again. (This deletes the files in the IMPORT folder.) We assume no responsibility for the deletion of any masks already stored in the "MASK" folder. 13.Click the "Stop Sharing" button. The disk-sharing feature stops and the Editor screen returns. [Stop Sharing] button Never click the "Stop Sharing" button while sending files. Doing so may corrupt or destroy the file being sent. 114

115 Practical Use of the PR-80 Adjusting the PR-80's Time and Date by Connecting to a Time Server You can connect to a time server to have the PR-50's date and time settings adjusted automatically. This is convenient when you're using the Scheduler feature (p. 86). You can have the PR-80's time adjusted automatically at startup or at the time set in the Scheduler. fig.network02.eps We recommend never connecting the PR-80 directly to the Internet. Make sure you have a separate NTP server ready. 1. In the Selector, click the [System Preferences] button. The System Preferences screen appears. 2. Go to "Network" and click [Open Network Preferences panel]. The "Network Settings" screen appears. Switches use of the time server on and off. The address of the time server is entered here. Switches use of the time server on and off Time server address entered here 3. Specify "NTP Server." Enter the IP address of the time server you're going to use. You will need to arrange access to the time server on your own. 4. Select the "Clock Adjusting (NTP)" check box (making a check mark appear in the box). 5. Click [Save]. Networking restarts with the time-server feature enabled. Clicking "Cancel" while you're making these settings returns you to the "System Preferences" screen. Clicking "Revert" returns the settings to their original state. 115

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