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For Customer Use: Enter the Model and Serial number of your unit. Retain this information for future reference. Model: Serial: MUL TI FORMA T DIGIT AL PRODUCTION SWITCHER KM-H2500E/U KM-H3000E/U INSTRUCTIONS Thank you for purchasing this JVC product.
Import ant Regulatory and Safety Notices Before using this product and any asso ciated equipment, refe r to the "Important Sa fety Instructions" listed below so as to avoi d personne l injury and to prevent produ ct damage. Products may req uire specific equipment, and /or installation pr ocedures be carried out to satisfy certa in regulatory complianc e requirements.
Safety Precautions FOR USA AND CANADA CAUTION RISK OF ELECT RIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) . NO USER-SERVICEABLE P ARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING T O QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Safety Precautions (continued) FOR EUROPE This equipment is in conformity wi th t he provisions and protection requirements o f the corresponding Europea n Directives. This equipment is designed for profession al video appliances and can be used in the following environments: - Controlled EMC environment (for example , purpose-built broadcasting or recording studio), and rural outdoors envir onments.
i Content s Introduction 1 About This Manual ............ ................. ...................1 Documentation Terms ......................... ................. ..1 Control Panel Overview ...................... ...................1 Control Panel Rear C onn ections Overview .
1 Introduction The KM-H2500 and KM-H3000 combin e professional switcher quality with an easy to use and mobile design. They can be used with other JVC professional products to create professional style broadcasts. About This Manual Before operating your switcher , please read this manual carefully and store it in a safe and accessible place for future reference.
2 6. Aux Bus Buttons • Assigns the Key/Aux bus to selected Aux bus when button is pressed (KM-H3000 onl y). • Aux bus assignment is done through the menu interface on KM-H2500 switchers. 7. On-air LEDs • The LEDs light to indicate wh ich keys are on-air .
3 1. Press MENU . The Wipe Pattern buttons illuminate. 2. Press a Pattern butt on to select the corresponding menu. Auto-Follow Auto-follow displays the menu for a selected function when the button for that function is presse d. Auto-follow is always active — when you press any button on the control panel that has a corresponding menu, the menu is autom atically displa yed.
4 2. Remove the Lens (1) from the Diffuser (2) using a common end micro screwdriver . 3. Place the Insert Film (2) into the Lens (1) so the readable side is facing up. The notches on the sides of the Lens must be at the sides of the text on the Insert Film.
5 Configuration This chapter describes h ow to configure your switcher to meet your requirements. Setup and switcher personality options are discussed. Reference T ype The switcher suppo rts both external and internal reference types. T o set the reference type: 1.
6 supports the following aspect ratio conversi on methods: • Full — The video signal is scaled disproportionately to fill the display of the new aspect ratio. Aspect distor tion occurs as the image is stretched/compressed to fit in the new aspect ratio.
7 Configuring FCF S Channels in Input Mod e Input mode locks a specifie d FCFS channel to a specific input. T able 1 lists the input video formats you can convert to the specified switcher video format. T o configure an FCFS ch annel set to Input mode: 1.
8 video format. No aspe ct distortion is introduced. • LttrBx — Black bars are ad ded to the top and bottom of a 16:9 image to display correctly in a 4:3 video format. • PllrBx — Black bars are added to the right and left of a 4:3 image to di splay correctly in a 16:9 video format.
9 10. Press the Confrm knob to commit the chang e and exit the Ou tput Sync menu. Press the Cancel k no b t o r e tu rn t o t he Output Sync menu for further editing. Resetting the Output Reference Sync Y ou can quickly re set the output reference sync values to the default settings.
10 1. Press MENU . 2. Press the SYSTEM Wipe Patt ern button. 3. Press NEXT until Anclry is displayed. 4. Use the Anclry knob to select an ancillary data parameters. Y ou can choose from the following: • N Strip — Remove ancillary data from the video signal.
11 1. Press MENU . 2. Press the SYSTEM Wipe Patt ern button. 3. Press the Analog Out knob to display the Analog Out menu. 4. Use the AnOut knob to select the source. Y ou can choose from the following: • Prview — Preview bus output. • Progrm — Program bus output.
12 T o configure a static IP address for your switcher: 1. Ensure your switcher is connected to your network via the ethernet port. 2. Press MENU . 3. Press the SYSTEM Wipe Patt ern button. 4. Press NEXT until IP Addr is displayed. 5. Press the IP Addr knob to display the IP Address menu.
13 3. Use the HUE knob to adjust th e Panel Glow hue. 4. Use the SA T knob to adjust the Panel Glow saturation. 5. Use the LUM knob to adjust the Panel Glo w luminance. Note: • It is not recommended to set the Panel Glow color to red. Red indicates a source is on-air .
14 power as possible without affecting on-ai r video. • Sleep — The menu display turns of f. Buttons light and slowly fade in a raindrop pattern. 4. Use the right knob to se t the pow er-save timeo ut (in minutes). Y ou can select a value from 0 (off) to 999 minutes.
15 For More Information on... • creating and using Chroma Keys, refer to the section “Chroma Key” on page 20. Switch on Field or Frame The Switch On feature allo ws you to select when the switcher triggers a transition from one vid eo source to the next when you are running in an interlaced video format.
16 T o set the transition resume directio n: 1. Press MENU . 2. Press the PERS Wipe Pattern button. 3. Press NEXT until Resume is displayed. 4. Use the Resume knob to set the transition direction used when a paused transition is re-started.
17 Basic Operation This chapter describes the general operatio n of your switcher . Basic information is provided to help g et you up and running qui ckly . T ran sition Ove rview T ransitions allow you to replace the on-air video source with another source.
18 Configuring the Auto T rans Rate Y ou can co ntrol the amoun t of time a dissolve or wipe transition takes to comp lete when you p ress the AUTO TRANS button. T ransitions performed with the Fader are not affected. T o change the rate for auto matic transitions: 1.
19 The KM-H2500 supports 2 keys. The KM-H3000 supports 3 keys. Video Layering Vide o is layered as shown in ( Figure 10 ). Figure 10 V ideo Layering 1. Program 2. Key 1 3. Key 2 4. Key 3 (KM-H3000 only) Key T ransitions Key transitions are similar to background transitions.
20 Dedicated Key T ransitions If an immediate transi tion is requi red or an unexpected transition needs to be performed, the switcher allows for a dedicated key transition. Dedicated key transition buttons for this purpose are located to the right of the Fader .
21 • Magenta 6. Press Init . For More Information on... • selecting Keys, refer to the section “Selecting Keys” on pag e 19. • Chroma Key sharing, refer to the section “Resource Sharing” on page 14. • modifying Chroma Key settings, refer to the section “Chroma Key Fine T uning” on page 31.
22 The Aspect fu nction allows you to alter the shape of the selected wash pattern. For example, if you want the wash to be oval shaped, select the circular pattern and adjust the aspect ratio unti l the desired oval is created. Borders are effects created around the selected pattern for the wash.
23 Advanced Operation This chapter describes ad vanced operating concep ts for your switcher . Advanced topics and information on modifying basic concepts to fit your requirements are discussed. Using the Mem ory System The built-in memory system can store up to 100 switcher memories (10 banks of 10 memory locations).
24 1. Press RECALL . 2. Select th e memory regist er you wish to recall from as follows: • If you are using Bank Mode, select a pattern button to designate the memory regi ster in the selected bank. Y ou may also use the Bank knob to change the selected bank before recalling.
25 › Input 4 is recalled to Key 1 (on-air image instantly cuts to Input 4). › Input 5 is recalled to Key 2 (on-air image not affected as Key 2 is of f-air). › Input 1 is selected on the Preview bus. • Scenario 2 › Input 3 is recalled to the Program bus (on-air image instantly cuts to Input 3).
26 3. Press the Limit knob. The Progress Bar next to the Fader flashes to indicate the defined transi tion limit. Note: • Ensure that you are not on-air wh en setting the transition limit as you will be moving the Fader handle to define the preset position.
27 4. Press the Aux knob to toggle b etween including or excluding the Aux buses in the reset. 5. Press the RSt ate Save knob to save the new default settings. 6. Press the Confrm knob to commit the save. Press the Cancel knob to cancel the save and return to the previous setting.
28 Resetting Menu Items The values for partic ular par ameters can be reset individually . This allows you to restor e the default setting if you are unsatisfied with the adjusted values. Some parameters are shared between features and, if reset in one area, will be re set in all areas that share that parameter .
29 Note: • Y ou do not n eed to store memory ban ks or registers to the same memory banks or registers on the USB drive. • If you save an e mpty memory bank or registe r , the destination bank o r register on the USB drive is erased. Loading Memory Banks and Registe rs Once the memory registers are lo aded, you can recall them for use.
30 Note: • Copy the upgrade file to the root level of th e USB drive. Do not copy the upgrade file into a folder . • Upgrades can take several minutes to complete. Do not turn the s witcher power off du ring the upgrade. •I f CRITICAL UPGRADE is displaye d, the switcher is performing an upgrade that includes low-level software components.
31 To m o d i f y a m a s k : 1. Select the key you wish to modify . 2. If necessary , press KEY 1 , KEY 2 , or KEY 3 to include the key in the next transition and have it display on the Preview monitor . 3. Press NEXT until Mask is displayed.
32 increasingly saturate d and vivid. Decreasing the Gain decreases the saturati on until the image i s black and white. The S p ill effect allows you to handle chroma key spill where the background color (the co lor being removed) spills onto the key object.
33 For More Information on... • creating a S p lit Key , refer to the section “S plit Keys” on page 32. Modifying Wipe s Wipes can be modified to give more distinct qualities and personalize your transit io ns. The following effects can be adjusted: • T ime, Direction • Pattern, Horizontal Multiplication, V ertical Multiplication • X-Position, Y -Position, Aspect Ratio • Border , Color, Sof t • Hue, Saturation, Luminosity • Rotation T o modify time and direc tion: 1.
34 T o access Aux buses on the KM-H25 00: 1. Press AUX SEL to display the Aux menu. 2. Select an Aux bus by pressing the corresponding knob. T o access Aux buses on the KM-H30 00: 1. Select the desire d Aux bus by pressing AUX 1 - 3 . Selecting a Source for the Aux Buses Once an Aux bus has been selecte d, you can change the source.
35 General Purpose Inte rface (GPI) The switcher has 24 GPI inputs that are used to trigger memory recalls, transitions, and Aux bus input changes. The GPI inputs are assigned as follows (Pin 1 is the top right pin when looking at the GPI Port).
37 Media -St ore This chapter describes t he Media-S tore operation. Y our switcher has 2 Media-Store channels which allow you to display 2 images or animations (composed of a sequence of images) on-air simultaneously . Media-St ore Overview Images and animations are assigned unique Me dia numbers that allow the switcher to identify them.
38 knob to load it into the selected Media-Store channel. Note: • W ait 5 seconds after insertin g a USB drive into the USB port before using i t. • T urn the middle knob when browsin g the file system to display t he full text of lo ng directory lists and filenames.
39 Note: • W ait 5 seconds after insertin g a USB drive into the USB port before using it. • Entering a Media numbe r of 000 clears the i mage from the selected Media-S tore channel. T o load an image or animation by Media number without a loc ked place or bank number: 1.
40 T o change the Media number for an image: 1. Press and hold SHIFT on any b us. If you us e the Program bus or on-air Key b us, you will affect on-air images. 2. Press MEDIA 1 or MEDIA 2 to select the Media-S tore channel wi th the loaded i mage.
41 T o save attributes for an image: 1. Modify the attributes for an image as necessary 2. Use the Func knob to save the attribut es for that image. Y ou ca n choose from the followin g: • Save — Saves the currently displayed attribute.
43 Specifications Dimensions • Width: 15.85” • Depth: 10.64” • Height: 3.5” Weight: • KM-H2500: 7.2 lbs • KM-H3000: 7.4 lbs Power Requirement s • Control Panel: DC 12V , 4 Amps Max Port s Ta l l y P o r t • Load voltage: 100Vdc max • Load current: 120mA max at 85C, 150mA at 2 5C.
44 Bi-level Pulse • Return Loss: ≥ 30dB to 6 MHz • Levels: NTSC: 286mV ± 14mV (40 IRE ±2 IRE) P AL: 307mV (43 IRE) • Rise T imes (10-90%): NTSC 140ns ±20ns P AL: 200ns ±20ns • Duration: NTSC: 4.7us ±0 .1 u s P AL: 4.7us ±0.2us Error Messages The following error messages may appear when starting your switcher .
45 Write T ransition Mode MLE 3 CA <mode> Last 5 bits used; bit 0 is key 1, 1 is key 2, 3 is bkgd, 4 is key 3, 5 is key 4 Read Mle Autotrans Rate MLE 2 4C — Read Keyer Mix Rate Keyer 2 4D — Read Fade T o Black Rate MLE* 2 7D — *Currently MLE-specific Write Mle Autotrans Rate MLE 5 CC ** Write Keyer Mix Rate Keyer 5 CD ** Write Fade T o Black Rate —* 5 FD ** *Currently not supported.
46 T able 7 GVG100 Suppor ted Anal og Controls Name MLE/Keyer Byte C ode Notes Key Clip Keyer 0x0A Key Gain Keyer 0x0B V ert. Position MLE 0x1 1 Horz. Position MLE 0x12 Key Matte Fill Hue MLE 0x14 Key mattes not supported Pattern Size MLE 0x15 Chroma Key Hue Keyer 0x17 Write not supported Key Matte Border Hue Keyer 0x18 Key mattes not supported Key Matte Border Sat Keyer 0x19 Key mattes not sup ported Key Matte Border Lum Keyer 0x1A Key mattes not supported Key Matte Fill Lum Keyer 0x1B Key mattes not supported Aspect MLE 0x1C Aux MLEs not supported Border Softness MLE 0x1D Aux MLEs not supported Border Width MLE 0x1E Aux MLEs not supported Key Matte Fill Sat Keyer 0x1F Key Mattes not supported Rotate X — 0x20 Not supported Rotate Y — 0x21 Not supported Rotate Z — 0x22 Not supported 3D Position X — 0x23 Not supported 3D Position Y — 0x24 Not supported 3D Position Z — 0x25 Not supported 3D Border Softness — 0x26 N ot supported 3D Border Width — 0x27 Not sup ported Key Clip Keyer 0x08 DSKs Key Gain Keyer 0x09 DSKs T able 8 GVG100 Sup ported Lamps Name MLE/Keyer Byte Code Notes Program Bus 0-9 MLE 0x00-0x09 T urning OFF results in a protocol error .
47 Positioner On MLE 0x1C Always on. Turning OFF results in a protocol error . Reverse Wipe MLE 0x1D Dsk Preview Keyer 0x1E Always true. All Keyers show on Preview T urning OFF results in a protocol error . Fade T o Black — 0x1F Key Bus 0-9 Keyer 0x20-0x29 T urni ng OFF results in a protocol error .
48 Aspect MLE 0 x1B A lways on. Button press has no effect. Positioner On — 0x1C Alwa ys on. Button press has no effect. Reverse Wipe MLE 0x1D Doubles as memory store/recall toggle when in memory mode Dsk Preview — 0x1E Always true.
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