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Recording Controls, System Input and Output Information If the currently selected screen layout features the signal from only one channel at a time such as the Fullscreen A or Fullscreen B layouts , a note is displayed on-screen that the Current Event This panel displays information about the in-progress presentation.
Scheduled Events The Scheduled Events page lists all presentations in-progress events, upcoming scheduled events, and presentations that have already taken place in a calendar format. Events are listed by date and title. You can see a detailed view about each specific event from this page. The text shown in the Location: The status of the recording, indicated near the bottom of the dialog, can include options such as: To delete a recording from the Event Details dialog box: In the calendar, locate and double-click on the recording you want to delete.
The Event Details dialog box opens. Configuration Overview The nine pages within the Configuration tab contain the core controls needed during initial setup or for upgrading the unit and restoring a configuration. They make it possible for a user logged in as an administrator to set up how to obtain presentation schedules, configure basic AV input settings, output video test patterns for setup, configure output stream settings and presets, set up AV encoding and presets, select or configure layouts and layout presets, set passwords, set up notices and alarms, select Schedule Settings The Schedule Settings page within Configuration allows a user with administrator privileges to choose how to obtain presentation schedules and, if appropriate, import calendars or connect to an Opencast server scheduling system.
Scheduling must be set up using this page. It cannot be set up via the front panel. From the Schedule Settings page, select Manually import iCalendar one time. The Active Schedule Source dialog opens. Active Schedule Source You are about to switch scheduling sources. Import iCalendar schedules periodically To import iCalendar event schedules automatically from an FTP server on a recurring basis: The Active Schedule Source dialog box opens.
Scheduling with an Opencast server To use an Opencast server to import event schedules automatically on an ongoing basis: Install and set up the Opencast server system. Write down the Opencast server system security digest user name and password, and the public URL of the Opencast server system in the form of the server IP address or fully qualified domain name and port number.
In the Capture Agent Name: If only a single m4v file is generated, the SMP sends out "1Files: A user must be logged in as an administrator to see or change these settings. The page is divided into three panes: It also provides controls to configure settings for each input for aspect ratio, Auto-Image, auto memory, HDCP authorization, audio mode, mute, and audio gain. For each input, select an aspect ratio from the Aspect Ratio drop-down list part of figure 50, shown below.
Fill — Scales the input signal to fill the entire video output. Follow — Follows the source signal aspect ratio, with respect to the current output resolution setting.
Input switching OSD duration When a new input is selected for either channel, the SMP can briefly display the names of the active inputs on screen. The input switching OSD is a gray rectangle with white text overlaid atop the source video content. Select a pattern from the Test Patterns drop-down list.
A preview of the test pattern appears above the drop-down list. Available test patterns include the following: Display Text, Information 1, Information 2, Information 3. Figure 53 has examples of how the configuration settings on the left translate to the universal OSD on the right.
Image Settings The controls within the Image Settings page within the Configuration tab provides a way to configure video input sampling and sizing, set up overscanning of SMPTE input signals, and adjust picture controls brightness, contrast, and similar. This page also allows you to save or recall input and user presets.
Except for the overscan settings and input preset saving and recalling, all settings on this page can also be configured using the front panel menu and controls. You must select an input from the Input Config panel in the upper left of this page before you can adjust the image settings or save or recall presets.
Position and size an image The Signal Sampling panel of the Image Settings page provides two options to size or crop and to set the location and aspect ratio of the currently selected input: If overscan is applied, executing Auto-Image recalls default values for the detected resolution from an internal table.
See the table below for information stored in each preset type: Input presets In this section of the Image Settings page, create up to global input presets. These contain user-defined sets of input and picture control settings saved for each source within a system for recall whenever the source is selected. An input preset can be recalled on any input supporting the input type that was active when the preset was saved.
To recall an input preset: From the preset number list in the Input Presets panel, select the preset to recall. Click Recall Preset located at the bottom of the same panel.
A confirmation dialog box opens. In the dialog box, click Recall. Save, then click Overwrite. The preset is saved with the new name. Legal — Select this option when the YCbCr video data of the SDI source input 5 is within the "legal" range for luma and for chroma. Encoding presets are combinations of settings for audio and video encoding that allow users to quickly switch between various encoder profiles for different resolution and bit rates.
Recall encoding presets To recall an encoding preset: If it is not already expanded, click the down arrow to expand Encoding Presets In the panel see below , select click on a saved preset in the Encoder Presets list and click Recall Preset Configure and save custom encoding presets Configure and save a user-defined encoding preset: Click the Expand arrow button to expand the Encoding Presets pane.
Enable streaming for both encoding types and recording for archive encoding as desired by checking the Streaming Enabled or Recording Enabled check boxes. In the panel part of figure 62, shown below , select a video resolution Video Encoding from the Resolution drop-down list.
Select the type of bit rate control from the Rate Control drop-down list. Streaming configurations are not saved to a preset.
To configure streaming settings, first select the streaming method Push or Pull. Click and slide the Streaming Method control to the left or right to expose the name of the desired method. Choices range from Best Effort unmanaged network traffic, lower quality streams to Highest CS5 with managed network traffic and higher quality streams.
Layout presets define where on the screen the video windows for each input channel are located and how big each window is.
Each channel A and B has a defined aspect ratio, size, and position. Recalling Layout Presets To recall a layout preset: Open the Layout Presets pane. In the Layout Presets panel at the right of the page, select click on a saved preset in the list see figure 66,. The selection is highlighted. Click Recall Preset see figure on page Configure and save layout presets To configure and save a layout preset: Layout Presets In the Layout Presets panel , select click on a saved preset in the list.
From the Select a Default Layout drop-down list , choose a factory default layout pattern to use for scheduled recordings. Enter text in the field for Preset Name which appears in the Layout Presets panel. Enter text in the fields for Summary and Description which appear in various places within these embedded Web pages to provide information about the selected layout preset. The preset saves the settings for the arrangement, size, aspect ratios, and locations of windows. Layout presets do not include background files or metadata content.
Any of the presets including the factory defaults, can be changed, renamed, and saved. Use the default preset name or double-click the default preset name and replace it by entering the desired text.
To select a different font: Expand the Layout Presets pane. Navigate to the Metadata Elements panel and select an available font from the Metadata Font drop-down list. The selected font is immediately applied to the metadata overlay that is incorporated into the video. Select the Schedule overrides Default? For example, if information from the schedule overrides default text, for the Contributor field, Dr.
Jane Smith could be replaced by P. Bach, MSW, if that is who is scheduled for a given presentation. Users and Roles In the Users and Roles page within Configuration, a user with administrator privileges can set up both administrator and user level passwords. Passwords are not required, though they are recommended for controlling access to configuration functions. An administrator password is required before a user password can be set.
Enter the same password into the Confirm Password: Once a password is entered, the fields in the Login ID: Password Panel Closeup If no user password is set, click Save in the upper right of the Password panel. To set a user password, complete steps 4 through 6. Alarms and Traps In the Alarms and Traps page within Configuration, a user with administrator privileges can configure e-mail account and communication settings to allow the unit to send notification e-mails. Enter the address of the e-mail server into the Email Server Address: Select an encryption option from the Use Encryption drop-down list.
None — Notification e-mails do not use encryption. System Settings-Collapsed Click the Expand button on the top-right of the pane to expand it, or click the Collapse button to collapse it.
Some of the settings can also be set using the front panel menu and controls or using SIS commands. Date and Time Panel To sync the unit with the connected computer: The date and time settings are automatically updated. Setting the IP address, port numbers, and other network settings In the Networking pane you set the IP addresses for the unit, gateway, and DNS server, as well as the subnet mask and port numbers for a variety of port types.
Changes to any setting in this page are not applied and saved until you click Save. SNMP facilitates the exchange of basic network management information between network devices. It helps in monitoring of operations and factors such as bandwidth, memory usage, remote password resets, and collection of error information.
The text that is specified in the SNMP-related fields is seen by the network community when the unit is queried. The SMP can automatically upload recording files to a network server only for files that are recorded to and stored on the internal drive. If you select one of the USB-only options, files cannot be auto-uploaded to a server.
This designates which storage drive if one is connected at that location is used to store a second copy of the recording. A CIFS server requires a full path to be specified here. To resolve the error and make it possible to connect to the server, do the following: Reset two registry keys on the Windows-based server: To configure the port for serial control: In the System Settings page, click the Expand button for the Serial pane.
The dialog box closes and the file name appears in the Select a firmware file to upload field. It takes a few minutes for the firmware to upload. When the upload is complete, the unit reboots. Refresh the browser window after the power cycle to reestablish communication and use the embedded Web pages again.
Executive modes Front Panel Lock-out Use of front panel controls and functions can be limited or completely disabled by setting one of the levels of front panel lock-out, also known as executive modes. To limit or disable front panel control: Select the media player program from the Default Player: By default, Auto Detect is selected, allowing use of an installed and accessible player.
Additional options include the following: Advanced Features In the Advanced Features page within Configuration, an administrator can do the following things: By default, the local output shows the preview confidence image on the connected monitor or display. Change the setting from Start default, run or start once configured to Stop stop or stopped. To resume running the application, select Start again.
SMP with administrator privileges can see and make changes in this page. This list can be sorted. Click on any of the table headings or click the arrow that appears when you hover the pointer over a table heading and select a sort order from the drop-down list.
To apply a filter: Select an option from the Filter drop-down list below the File Directory panel. The file list displays only files of that type such as images for backgrounds until you click Clear Filter.
To search for a file: Click in the Search field at the top of the File Directory panel. In the Open dialog box, browse to and select the desired file: Background images must be in. The dialog box closes. The file name is in the Destination Name: If desired, edit the text in the Destination Name: Deletion in this section.
To "lock" a recording: As the need arises, the unit automatically deletes old recordings. Create a New Folder If storage space is available, you can create a folder for storing background images or recordings. To create a folder: Right-click the folder or subfolder within which you want to create the new folder.
A small dialog box opens. Whether you are moving or copying a file, a translucent notice appears near the pointer tool while it passes over potential destination files and folders. A small icon in the corner of the notice indicates whether the file can be placed in that destination. Enter the network path or URL in one of the following forms: Open an SFTP client program of your choice. Status The Status page within the Troubleshooting tab displays factory-defined and user-defined information about the unit.
This page contains the unit name, part number, firmware version, MAC address, location description, and related information about the unit. It also displays the current audio bit rate and the video bit rates for all encoding streams. To open this page, click the Troubleshooting tab at the top of the embedded Web pages, then click the Logs tab on the second tier of tabs.
The Logs page opens, showing filtering controls and the log list. Troubleshooting, Logs Page Sorting ordering log entries By default the log entries are listed in chronological Filtering the logs The log list can be reduced to a subset of entries using filters. Select options within the panel. The changes take place immediately upon selection of the Filter the logs by: Multiple filters can be applied.
To display entries for one particular recording event, select the desired event number from the Event ID drop-down list, or select Any to show all logs for all events. Exporting the log list to a file To store a record of logged events as a file on a computer, click Export Log to CSV file.
This creates a comma-delimited file of the log list and automatically downloads it to the default download folder on your computer. Filtering the alarm list The alarms list can be reduced to a subset of entries using filters. Select options within the Filter the logs by: Changes take place immediately upon selection of each option. Multiple filters can be applied at the same time.
To filter the list by status, select an option from the Status drop-down list: The Diagnostic Tools page opens, showing the Diagnostic Tools panel. Troubleshooting, Diagnostic Tools Ping Test To test whether a particular device is connected to and communicating on a network, and how fast it is communicating, perform a ping test.
The dialog box displays the IP address, bytes transmitted, time to live TTL , and the total time to send the ping and receive a reply. Nmap network discovery test Nmap is an open source tool for network discovery that determines if a host device is on a network, what the latency period is, what services the device runs on which port, and whether there are filters or firewalls preventing access to it.
Details about Nmap are available http: To create and access this log file, do the following: Click the Troubleshooting tab then click the Diagnostic Tools tab. In the Create Log panel, click Create Log. System Resets The System Resets page within Troubleshooting contains options to initiate a unit reboot, delete all stored content and format the internal storage, or perform one of five different types of reset.
Some of the reset options offered here can also be performed using SIS commands or the front panel menu. The application opens in a new window. For example, "on" could be replaced by "press" or "start", and "off" could be replaced by "release" or "stop" if that port is connected to a push-button control. The current state of each port is indicated by an LED icon in the Status column for your reference. You are prompted to either save click Yes or discard click No any changes made within the Config page.
To have the unit monitor conditions 2 or 3, select check the check box adjacent to each desired condition. If you set up condition 2 or condition 3 but decide not to monitor it, deselect the corresponding check box.
To apply action 2 or 3, select check the check box adjacent to each desired action. Click Apply to save the configuration. An error is returned if attempting to save a monitor without at least one condition and one action. To set the startup state for an application: Click in the Startup State column of the Apps panel to access the drop-down list. The PC locates the driver and installs it.
When the Completed dialog opens, click Finish to close the wizard. SS is the firmware version number. Password Information The ] prompt requires a password administrator level or user level followed by Password: The prompt is repeated if the correct password is not entered. If the correct password is entered, the unit responds with ] ] or Login Administrator ] , depending on the password entered.
SMP or View the input source input X50 for channel Set the audio delay to zero to disable it. Reference Information This section provides information about: Rack Mounting For rack mounting using the included rack mounts, do not install the rubber feet. They use still image files for background material. Optional fonts may be used for on-screen displays. The software allows users to send commands to a device and view the responses in ASCII or hexadecimal format. Command and response logs can be saved in text or HTML format.
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