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DMA325-EditingSystemCalibration

DMA325-EditingSystemCalibration - o Turn off “Black/White...

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DMA325A On-Line Video Editing System 1 Linear Edit System Calibration Preparation SEG: Under dark blue ‘Edit Mode’ press: “V” and “A2” SEG: Turn off the ‘Black/White Fade’ button (the light stops blinking) Audio Calibration Reminder: all editing system components should already be normalized Load the Calibration Tape into Source Deck (rewind if necessary) Play the Tape using the SEG/Edit Controller Mixer: adjust red and blue faders to bring Mixer’s VU Meters to “0” Record Deck: adjust the Audio Input level pots to bring the VCR’s VU Meters to “0” TBC/Proc Amp Calibration Reminder: all editing system components should already be normalized SEG o Fader bar down o “P1” selected on A-Bus and B-Bus
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Unformatted text preview: o Turn off “Black/White Fade” • Setup : punch out and adjust so that the center PLUGE line, on the WFM, lines up on 7.5 IRE (as near as possible) without crushing the lowest PLUGE line • Video : punch out and adjust so that 100 White Flag reads 100 IRE on the WFM • Hue : Punch out and adjust o I and Q vectors align on I and Q vector lines o Color Bar coordinates should also align in graticule target boxes • Chroma : Punch out and adjust o Expand Color Bars to graticule perimeter (lined up inside the small target boxes) o Double-check by pressing ‘Filter’ on the Waveform Monitor to “CHRM” to ensure that the Chroma signal is between +40 and -40 IRE peak to peak. (Reset to “L Pass” after checking.)...
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