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PDF Content Summary: Panel Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Top Panel / Side Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Rear Panel (Connecting Your Equipment) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Multi-View Monitor Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Turning the Power On/Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Using the Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Video Input/Output Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Setting the Video Input/Output Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Adjusting Output Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Adjusting the Input Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Changing Output Bus Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Inputting Copy-Protected (HDCP) Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Video Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Switching the Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Compositing Video with Split (SPLIT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Using a Visual Effect (VFX) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Compositing Video with Picture-in-Picture (PinP) . . . . . . . . . . 19 Compositing Video with Downstream Keyer (DSK) . . . . . . . . . 22 Using Imported Still Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Freezing Input Video (Freeze) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Applying a Fade to the Output Video (Output Fade) . . . . . . . . 29 Audio Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Adjusting the Volume Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Applying Effects to Input Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Applying Effects to Output Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Silencing Only Specific Audio (Mute) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Interlinking Audio Output to Video Switching (Audio Follow) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Checking a Specific Audio Input (Solo) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Outputting AUX-Bus Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Sending the AUDIO IN Audio to the AUX Bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Specifying the Type of Audio Sent to the AUX Bus . . . . . . . . . . 36 Other Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Saving/Recalling Settings (Preset Memory) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Saving the Unit’s Settings on a USB Flash Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Formatting USB Flash Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Using a Footswitch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Using an Expression Pedal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Assigning the Functions of the USER [1] [2] Buttons . . . . . . . . 42 Preventing Unintended Operation (Panel Lock) . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Controlling an External Recorder’s Video Record Start/Stop from the V-8HD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Returning to the Factory Settings (Factory Reset) . . . . . . . . . . 44 Menu List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 1: VIDEO INPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 2: VIDEO OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 3: TRANSITION TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 4: MIX/WIPE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 5: SPLIT/VFX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 6: PinP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 7: DSK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 8: AUDIO INPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 9: AUDIO OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 10: AUDIO FOLLOW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 11: PRESET MEMORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 12: STILL IMAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 13: FREEZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 14: AUTO SWITCHING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 15: CTL/EXP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 16: USB MEMORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 17: SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 List of Shortcut Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Main Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 MIDI Implementation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 MIDI Implementation Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 VIDEO Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 AUDIO Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 © 2020 Roland Corporation Reference Manual 01

2 Panel Descriptions Top Panel / Side Panel 4 1 2 14 5 7 8 9 10 12 Name Explanation 1 [OUTPUT knob FADE] 6 Name Explanation The program output video and audio fade in/out. Turning the knob toward the left fades the 5 PinP 1 output to black, and turning the knob toward the right fades the output to white. [POSITION H] knob During PinP 1 compositing, this adjusts the horizontal display position of the inset screen. Lit Fade-out completed Blink Fading in/out [POSITION V] knob During PinP 1 compositing, this adjusts the vertical display position of the inset screen. Unlit Normal output [PVW] button When this is on (lit), it makes the PinP 1 compositing results the preview output. 2 [CAPTURE button IMAGE] Captures a still image from the input/output video. [ON] button 3 USER [1], [2] buttons Switches PinP 1 composition on or off. Lit PinP 1 composition on Blink Currently switching video Unlit DSK composition off Execute the functions that are assigned by the menu settings. With the factory settings, the following functions are assigned. [1] FREEZE: Stops (freezes) input video. [2] AUTO SWITCHING: Automatically switches the input video. 6 PinP 2 [POSITION H] knob During PinP 2 compositing, this adjusts the horizontal display position of the inset screen. [POSITION V] knob During PinP 2 compositing, this adjusts the vertical display position of the inset screen. [PVW] button When this is on (lit), it makes the PinP 2 compositing results the preview output. 4 DSK [LEVEL] knob During DSK compositing, this adjusts the amount of keying (transparency). [ON] button [GAIN] knob Switches PinP 2 composition on or off. Lit PinP 2 composition on Blink Currently switching video During DSK compositing, this adjusts the degree Unlit DSK composition off of edge blur (the semi-transmissive region) for keying. [PVW] button When this is on (lit), it makes the DSK compositing results the preview output. 7 MODE [ON] button [MODE] button Switches the functioning of the AUX / PinP Switches DSK composition on or off. SOURCE / MEMORY [1]–[8] buttons. Lit DSK composition on Blink Currently switching video The lit color of the button indicates the function that is selected. Unlit DSK composition off Green AUX Yellow PinP1 SOURCE Magenta PinP2 SOURCE Blue MEMORY 3 11 13 15 16 17

Panel Descriptions Name Explanation 8 AUX / PinP SOURCE / MEMORY [1]–[8] buttons Name Explanation 11 [TRANSITION] button Selects the video transition effects. Select the object of operation according to the function selected by the [MODE] button. The selected button lights up. MIX The two pictures are blended together as the video is switched. WIPE The original video is broken into by the next video. The respective buttons also function as indicators showing the input status of the video. Lit white Valid video is being input. Blink white Video whose format differs from the system format setting is input. 12 [CUT] [AUTO] button button Unlit No video is input. [MODE] button Explanation AUX The buttons function as AUX-bus selection buttons. They select the video (channel 1–8) to send to the AUX bus. PinP1 SOURCE These make the preset video (the video to output next) the final output. [CUT] The picture switches instantly. [AUTO] The picture switches with a transition effect applied. 13 Manually switch between the videos being input Video fader to bus A and B, and send them to the program output. Transition indicators The up. indicator for the final-output bus end lights The buttons function as source screen select buttons for PinP 1. 14 Monitor Shows the input/output video, a still image, or a menu screen. The buttons select the video (channels 1–8) that is shown in the inset screen of PinP 1. 15 [MENU] button PinP2 SOURCE Switches between displaying or hiding the menu. The buttons function as source screen select buttons for PinP 2. The buttons select the video (channels 1–8) that is shown The menu appears on the built-in monitor and the display connected to the OUTPUT 3 connector. in the inset screen of PinP 2. The buttons function as preset-memory selection buttons. 16 [EXIT] button Returns you to the menu one level higher. These save video and audio settings, the state of the MEMORY operation panel, and other current settings, and call up settings saved in memory. Press this button to recall settings; long-press this button 17 [VALUE] knob to save settings. 9 SPLIT / VFX A, SPLIT / VFX B SPLIT/VFX [A] knob Adjust the depth of the effect when split/visual effect A is on. SPLIT/VFX [B] knob Adjust the depth of the effect when split/visual effect B is on. * By holding down the SPLIT/VFX button and turning the SPLIT/VFX knob, you can change the type of split/visual effect. SPLIT/VFX [A] button Turning Selects a menu item or changes a setting value. Pressing Accepts the selected menu item or applies changes to a setting. It also executes operations. Side panel If this is on (lit), the effect of split/visual effect A is applied to the video selected by the Cross-point A [1]–[8] buttons. If this is on (lit), the effect of split/visual effect B is SPLIT/VFX [B] button applied to the video selected by the Cross-point B [1]–[8] buttons. * If the SPLIT/VFX type is set to split, it is not possible to turn both A and B on. 10 A/PGM, B/PST Cross-point A [1]–[8] buttons Selects the video to input to bus A of the video mixer. The selected button lights up. When the SPLIT/VFX [A] button is on, the split/ visual effect A effect is applied to the video. Cross-point B [1]–[8] buttons Selects the video to input to bus B of the video mixer. The selected button lights up. * While compositing of the video is in progress it lit red. When the SPLIT/VFX [B] button is on, the split/ visual effect B effect is applied to the video. Name Explanation 18 PHONES jack (Stereo miniature type) Connect headphones here. 19 [PHONES] knob Adjusts the volume of the headphones. 20 [POWER] switch Turns the power on/off. 20 18 19 3

4Panel Descriptions Rear Panel (Connecting Your Equipment) * To prevent malfunction and equipment failure, always turn down the volume, and turn off all the units before making any connections. * Be sure to use cables and adaptor plugs with the proper connectors matching those of the other devices you are using. CTL/EXP 1, 2 jacks Connect footswitches (sold separately: BOSS FS-6, etc.) or expression pedals (sold separately: EV-5, etc.). This is used when using your foot to control operations such as video switching. * Use only the specified expression pedal (EV-5, BOSS FV-500L, or FV-500H sold separately). By connecting any other expression pedals, you risk causing malfunction Audio input connectors and/or damage to the unit. DC IN jack Connect the included AC adaptor to this jack. * Use the cord hook to secure the cord of the AC adaptor as shown in the illustration. Audio output connectors To AC outlet Power cord Ground terminal Connect this to an external earth or ground if necessary. REMOTE port USB Type-CTM port Lightning port OUTPUT 1–3 connectors You can use a commercially available connection cable or adaptor cable (Lightning- USB camera adaptor) to connect an iPad, and remotely control the V-8HD. HDMI input USB MEMORY port connector Connect a USB flash drive to this port. You use it when importing still images or when saving or loading settings for the unit. These output video. Connect projectors, recording equipment, and * Never turn off the power or remove external displays. the USB flash drive while the USB * The V-8HD menu is shown on the display that’s flash drive is being accessed. connected to the OUTPUT 3 connector. Lightning-USB camera adaptor AC adaptor Indicator Cord hook AUDIO OUT L, R jacks These output the results of audio mixing. Connect them to an audio recording deck, amplifier, speakers, or other such equipment. AUDIO IN L, R jacks Inputs the audio signals. Connect an audio mixer, CD players, or other such audio equipment. INPUT 1–8 connectors These input video. Connect these to a video camera, video device such as a BD player, or a computer that is equipped with an HDMI output connector. HDMI output connector

Panel Descriptions Connecting a Footswitch NOTE The BOSS FS-6’s A, B, and A&B jacks also act as the power switch. The power turns on when you insert a plug into the jack, and turns off when you remove the plug. To prevent the batteries from running down, remove the plugs from the jacks when you’re not using the BOSS FS-6.

FS-5U x 2 Stereo 1/4” phone type ./ 1/4” phone type x 2 1/4” phone type ./ 1/4” phone type FS-5U x 1 FS-6 FS-6 Stereo 1/4” phone type ./ Stereo 1/4” phone type Stereo 1/4” phone type ./ Stereo 1/4” phone type FS-7 FS-7 FS-7 Stereo 1/4” phone type ./ Stereo 1/4” phone type Stereo 1/4” phone type ./ Stereo 1/4” phone type Stereo 1/4” phone type ./ Stereo 1/4” phone type CTL B CTL A CTL B CTL B CTL A CTL A CTL A CTL B CTL B CTL B CTL B CTL B CTL B CTL B CTL B CTL B

MODE/POLARITY switch FS-5U FS-6 FS-7 RING TIP CTL/EXP 1 CTL/EXP 2 CTL A 5 6Panel Descriptions Multi-View Monitor Display This unit’s monitor shows a list of the input/output video (final output, preview output, input channels 1–8), a level meter, and a menu. If you press the [MENU] button, the menu is shown overlaid on the multi-view. 4 No. Name Explanation 1 PVW (preview) section Displays the preset video (the video to be output next). Displays the level meter for AUDIO OUT. (dB) 0 Red (Excessive) -6Yellow (Suitable) -202 PGM (program) section Displays the final output video. -30 -50 Green (Insufficient) 3 Channel section Displays video input via channels 1–8. The final video output and preset video (the video to be output next) are displayed with tally frames. Channel information Displays a audio level meter. * The indicators for the level meter are the same as for AUDIO OUT. 2 Indicates the function selected by the [MODE] button. Indicator Explanation Green AUX (AUX bus selected) Yellow PinP 1 SOURCE (PinP 1 source screen selected) Magenta PinP 2 SOURCE (PinP 2 source screen selected) 3 The REC indicator is shown. If a camera that supports the HDMI REC TRIGGER function is connected, this is shown when the camera’s REC button is pressed. 4 AUDIO IN level meter The audio level meter for AUDIO IN is shown above or below. * The indicators for the level meter are the same as for AUDIO OUT. MEMO 5 In the SYSTEM menu, you can specify whether the “label name,” “tally frame,” “audio level meter,” “AUX indicator,” “PinP indicator,” and “REC indicator” are visible or hidden. – MULTI-VIEW LABEL (label names) – TALLY FRAME – AUDIO LEVEL METER AUDIO IN (AUDIO IN level meter) – AUX/PinP INDICATOR (AUX indicator/PinP indicator) – REC INDICATOR 5 You can edit the label name. Use the SYSTEM menu item “MULTI-VIEW LABEL EDIT” to edit the label name. 5 For details on the cameras that support the REC indicator function, refer to the Roland website. https://proav .roland .com 1 2 3 3 1 When the multi-view monitor is shown on an external display, an “MT” indication is shown when the audio mute function (p. 33) is on. When the audio follow function (p. 34) is on, an “A.F” indication is shown. * This is not shown on this unit’s display. 2 1

Panel Descriptions Turning the Power On/Off Using the Menus * Before turning the unit on/off, always be sure to turn the volume down. Even with the volume turned down, you might hear some sound when switching the unit on/off. However, this is normal and does not indicate a malfunction. Turning the power on 1 . Make sure all devices are turned off. 2 . Turn on the [POWER] switch on the V-8HD to turn on the power. 3 . Turn on the power to the source devices. Turn on the power to video cameras or other source equipment connected to input connectors on the V-8HD. 4 . Turn on the power to the output devices. Turn on the power to projectors or other devices connected to output connectors on the V-8HD. Turning the power off 1 . Turn off the power in the sequence of first the output equipment, and then the sources. 2 . Turn off the [POWER] switch on the V-8HD to turn off the power. About the Auto Off function The power to the V-8HD turns off automatically when all of the following states persist for 240 minutes (Auto Off function). 5No operation performed on the V-8HD 5No audio or video input 5No equipment is connected to the OUTPUT connectors If you do not want the power to be turned off automatically, disengage the Auto Off function. Press the [MENU] button 0 “SYSTEM” 0set “AUTO OFF” to “OFF.” * Unsaved data is lost when the power turns off. Before turning the power off, save the data that you want to keep. * To restore power, turn the power on again. This explains how to display menus and make settings for video and for the V-8HD itself. * The menu is also appears on the display connected to the OUTPUT 3 connector. 1 . Press the [MENU] button to display the menu. The [MENU] button lights up, the menu categories are displayed. The menu for the selected category is displayed. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select a menu item, then press the [VALUE] knob to confirm. The cursor moves to the setting value. 5 If the menu item is located at a deeper level, repeat step 3. 5 Pressing the [EXIT] button moves you back one level higher. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value of the setting. 5 By turning the [VALUE] knob while pressing it, you can change the value more greatly. 5 Pressing and holding the [VALUE] knob returns the current menu item you’re setting to its default value. 5 . Press the [VALUE] knob to apply the setting. The cursor returns to the menu item. 6 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu.

2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select a category, and press the [VALUE] knob to confirm. 7 8 Video Input/Output Settings Setting the Video Input/Output Format Set parameters for the input/output format to match the connected equipment. Setting the System Format On the V-8HD, the input/output format is determined according to the system format. You set the input/output format to match the connected equipment. System format Input format (*1) Output format (*2) INPUT 1–6 connectors OUTPUT 1–2 connectors 1080p 1080p, 1080i 1080p 1080i 1080p, 1080i 1080i 720p 720p 720p (*1) You can specify separate individual input formats for the channel 7 and 8 input connectors, regardless of the system format. For details, refer to “Setting the Input Formats for Channels 7 and 8” on this page. (*2) The output format at the OUTPUT 3 connector is fixed at “1080p.” 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”SYSTEM”0select “SYSTEM FORMAT,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to set the system format to “1080p,” “1080i,” or “720p,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Internal processing The V-8HD’s internal processing is progressive. Interlaced input video is automatically converted to a progressive signal. The picture might appear jagged at this time, or the picture in a PinP inset screen or on the multi-view monitor might waver. This is due to progressive conversion, and is not a malfunction. About frame rates To change the V-8HD’s frame rate, press the [MENU] button0 “SYSTEM”0“FRAME RATE.” Setting the Input Formats for Channels 7 and 8 By factory default, the EDID assignment for channels 7 and 8 is “INTERNAL” (set so that EDID values of all inputtable formats are sent). To specify an input format of your choice, change the setting of the EDID information being sent so that it matches the incoming video signal. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”VIDEO INPUT”0select “INPUT 7 (SCALER)” or “INPUT 8 (SCALER),” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “EDID,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to set the input format (the EDID information to send), and press the [VALUE] knob. Value INTERNAL EDID information for all inputtable formats is sent. SVGA (800x600/60Hz) UXGA (1600x1200/60Hz) XGA (1024x768/60Hz) WUXGA (1920x1200/60Hz) WXGA (1280x800/60Hz) 720/59.94p FWXGA (1366x768/60Hz) 1080/59.94i SXGA (1280x1024/60Hz) 1080/59.94p SXGA+(1400x1050/60Hz) 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Video Input/Output Settings Adjusting Output Video Here’s how to adjust the output image appropriately for the device that’s receiving the V-8HD’s output. MEMO You can output a test pattern, useful for adjusting the image quality of a display. You use the [MENU] button0“SYSTEM”0“TEST PATTERN” to specify the test pattern. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”VIDEO OUTPUT”0 select one of “OUTPUT 1” to “OUTPUT 8,” and press the [VALUE] knob. A menu for the selected output video appears. 2 . Select a menu item, then turn the [VALUE] knob to adjust the output video, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation OUTPUT STATUS Displays information about the output connector. OUTPUT ASSIGN Specifies the output bus that is assigned to the OUTPUT connector. COLOR SPACE Specifies the color space (system for representing colors in video). DVI-D/HDMI SIGNAL Specifies the output mode for HDMI output. BRIGHTNESS Adjusts the brightness. CONTRAST Adjusts the contrast. SATURATION Adjusts the saturation. RED Adjusts the red level. GREEN Adjusts the green level. BLUE Adjusts the blue level. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Adjusting the Input Video Here’s how to adjust the character of the video that’s input to INPUT 1–8. For INPUT 7 and 8 connectors, you can also adjust the scaling. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”VIDEO INPUT”0 select one of “INPUT 1” to “INPUT 8 (SCALER),” and press the [VALUE] knob. A menu for the selected input video appears. 2 . Select a menu item, then turn the [VALUE] knob to adjust the input video, and press the [VALUE] knob. INPUT 7, 8 FLICKER FILTER If this is “ON,” flickering is reduced. EDID Specifies the input format (EDID). ZOOM Adjusts the zoom ratio. SCALING TYPE Specifies the scaling type. MANUAL SIZE H Adjusts the horizontal size when scaling type is set to “MANUAL.” MANUAL SIZE V Adjusts the vertical size when scaling type is set to “MANUAL.” POSITION H Adjusts the display position in the horizontal direction. POSITION V Adjusts the display position in the vertical direction. RED Adjusts the red level. GREEN Adjusts the green level. BLUE Adjusts the blue level. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Menu item Explanation INPUT 1–8 INPUT STATUS Displays information about the input video. INPUT ASSIGN Selects the input source. FLIP H If this is “ON,” the video is input with left and right flipped. FLIP V If this is “ON,” the video is input with top and bottom flipped. BRIGHTNESS Adjusts the brightness. CONTRAST Adjusts the contrast. SATURATION Adjusts the saturation. 9 10Video Input/Output Settings Changing Output Bus Assignments The V-8HD has four internal output buses (PROGRAM, PREVIEW, AUX, and MULTI-VIEW). You can select which buses to output via the OUTPUT 1–3 connectors. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”VIDEO OUTPUT”0 select one of “OUTPUT 1” to “OUTPUT 3,” and press the [VALUE] knob. A menu for the selected output video appears. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “OUTPUT ASSIGN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the output bus, and press the [VALUE] knob. * If a connector other than the OUTPUT 3 connector is set to “MULTI- VIEW,” the audio meter, label, and menu etc. are not shown. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. MEMO 5 For details about video transitions on the A/PGM bus and B/PST bus, refer to “Switching the Video” (p. 11). 5 For details about video transitions on the AUX bus, refer to “Switching AUX Output” (p. 16). About audio outputs assigned to output buses Changing an output bus assignment makes the output audio also change in tandem, according to the assigned bus. Output bus assignment Output audio PROGRAM PREVIEW MULTI-VIEW Outputs the audio of the MAIN bus. AUX Outputs the audio of the AUX bus. Inputting Copy-Protected (HDCP) Video If you want to input HDCP-protected video from a BD player or other device, you can enable HDCP input. * If you want to output HDCP-protected video, connect an HDCP- capable display. What’s HDCP? HDCP is copyright-protection technology that prevents unlawful copying of content by encoding the path when sending digital signals from a video playback device to a display monitor or other display equipment. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”SYSTEM”0select “HDCP,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ON,” and press the [VALUE] knob. Value Explanation ON HDCP-protected video can be input. HDCP is applied to the output video. OFF HDCP-protected video cannot be input. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu.

Video Operations About the operation mode for video transitions There are two operation modes for switching the video on the PGM/A bus and PST/B bus: the “PGM/PST mode” and the “A/B mode.” * With the factory settings, the operation mode is set to A/B mode. Mode Explanation Using Mix/Wipe to Switch Video When A/B mode The video at the end to which the video fader is flipped is always the final output. A/B When the video fader is operated, the video at the bus position toward which the video fader is flipped always becomes the final output. When the [CUT] or [AUTO] button is operated, the video on the A bus and the video on the B bus become the final output in alternation. PGM/PST The video on the PGM bus is always the final output. The video on the PST bus is preset video (the video to be output next). Operating the video fader or the [CUT] or [AUTO] button makes the final video output and the preset video change places. 1 . Flip the video fader all the way upward or downward. Transition indicators Setting the Operation Mode 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”SYSTEM”0select “PANEL OPERATION,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “A/B” or “PGM/PST,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Switching the Video Lit red: Final output video Lit green: Preset video (the video to be output next) 3 . Press the [TRANSITION] button to select the transition effect.

Here’s how to switch between input video while applying an effect, and final output. 2 . Press a Cross-point [1]–[8] button at the end to which the video fader is not flipped to select the preset video (the video to output next). The preset video appears in the PVW section of the monitor. The MIX or WIPE indicator is lit. Mode Explanation

MIX The two pictures are blended together as the video is switched. WIPE The original video is broken into by the next video.

4 . Move the video fader in the direction opposite to the direction in step 1. The video changes. 11 12Video Operations When PGM/PST mode is selected 1 . Flip the video fader all the way upward or downward. 2 . Press the [TRANSITION] button to select the transition effect. 3 . Press a Cross-point B [1]–[8] button to select the preset video (the video to be output next). Lit green: Preset video (the video to be output next) 4 . Move the video fader in the direction opposite to the direction in step 1. The video changes. When the video has switched completely, the illuminated state of the A [1]–[8] buttons and B [1]–[8] buttons is exchanged. Transition indicators Lit red: Final output video Changing the mix/wipe pattern You can use the MIX/WIPE menu to specify the pattern by which the mix/wipe occurs and the direction of the wipe. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0select “MIX/WIPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select a menu item, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation MIX TYPE Specifies the transition pattern for mix. WIPE TYPE Specifies the transition pattern for wipe. WIPE DIRECTION Specifies the direction of wipe. WIPE BORDER COLOR Specifies the color of the border added to the edge of the wipe area. WIPE BORDER WIDTH Exchanges the colors. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. For details about these values, refer to p. 47. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. MEMO You can change the settings of the MIX/WIPE menu by holding down the [TRANSITION] button and turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knob. 5 When mix is selected Operation Explanation [TRANSITION] button + turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob MIX TYPE 5 When wipe is selected Operation Explanation [TRANSITION] button + turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob WIPE TYPE [TRANSITION] button + turn the SPLIT/VFX [B] knob WIPE DIRECTION [TRANSITION] button + turn while pressing the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob WIPE BORDER COLOR [TRANSITION] button + turn while pressing the SPLIT/VFX [B] knob WIPE BORDER WIDTH Video Operations 1 . Press the [AUTO] or [CUT] button at the desired timing for switching the video. Button Explanation [CUT] The picture switches instantly. [AUTO] A transition effect is applied and the video is switched automatically. The [AUTO] button flashes while the video transition is in progress. MEMO When you use the [AUTO] or [CUT] button to switch video, the actual output might come to differ from the position of the video fader. Operating the video fader while in this state yields no change in output until the position of the video fader matches the actual output. Using the [AUTO] or [CUT] Button to Switch Video You can use the [AUTO] or [CUT] button to switch video, without using the video fader. * You can perform operations using the [AUTO] and [CUT] buttons both in the PGM/PST mode and in the A/B mode. Changing the functions of the [CUT] and [AUTO] buttons * In PGM/PST mode, the functions of the [CUT] and [AUTO] buttons are fixed. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”SYSTEM”0select “CUT SW ASSIGN” or “AUTO SW ASSIGN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select a function of the button, and press the [VALUE] knob. Function Explanation H AUTO TAKE I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus. H CUT I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus as a cut. CUT SW ASSIGN H AUTO TAKE When the video of the B/PST bus is selected, switches to the video of the A/PGM bus. H CUT When the video of the B/PST bus is selected, switches to the video of the A/PGM bus as a cut. H TRANSFORM Switches to the video of the A/PGM bus as a cut only while you hold down the button. When you release your finger from the button, the program output video returns. AUTO SW ASSIGN AUTO TAKE I When the video of the A/PGM bus is selected, switches to the video of the B/PST bus. CUT I When the video of the A/PGM bus is selected, switches to the video of the B/PST bus as a cut. TRANSFORM I Switches to the video of the B/PST bus as a cut only while you hold down the button. When you release your finger from the button, the program output video returns. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 13 14Video Operations Switching the Video Automatically (Auto Switching) The video of INPUT 1–8 or of preset memories can be switched automatically (the auto switching function). You can make operation easier by letting the video switch automatically. Operation modes for auto switching Auto switching provides three operation modes that you can select as appropriate for your situation: “input scan,” “preset memory scan,” and “BPM sync.” Switching at a specified interval (Input scan) This automatically switches the INPUT 1–8 video when a specified length of time elapses. You can change the duration that each video is shown, and also switch randomly between videos. This is convenient when you want to switch between video signals of multiple cameras, for example when live-streaming a singer- instrumentalist. * Channels that have no video input are skipped. Switching preset memories (Preset memory scan) This automatically switches between preset memories 1–8. The video and audio are switched according to the settings that are saved in each preset memory. * Preset memories in which no settings have been saved are skipped. Switching in synchronization with the BPM (BPM sync) This automatically switches the video at specified BPM intervals. This lets you create video transitions that are synchronized with the music, for example when live-streaming a DJ performance or a musical performance. Turning the auto switching function on/off 1 . Press the [AUTO SWITCHING] button to turn the auto switching function on (lit). Indicator Explanation Green Input scan Blue Preset memory scan Red BPM sync 2 . To turn the auto switching function off, press the [AUTO SWITCHING] button once again. Specifying the operation mode Input scan 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUTO SWITCHING”0 select “TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “INPUT SCAN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select a menu item, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation SCAN SEQUENCE Specifies the order in which video signals are shown. NORMAL: Switch in the order of INPUT 108. REVERSE: Switch in the order of INPUT 801. RANDOM: Switch randomly. SCAN TRANSITION TIME Specifies the video transition time. INPUT 1 TIME– INPUT 8 TIME Specifies the time that the INPUT 1–8 video is shown. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. 5 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “PRESET MEMORY SCAN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select a menu item, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation SCAN SEQUENCE Specifies the order in which preset memories are shown. NORMAL: Switch in the order of MEMORY 108. REVERSE: Switch in the order of MEMORY 801. RANDOM: Switch randomly. INPUT 1 TIME– INPUT 8 TIME Specifies the time that the MEMORY 1–8 video is shown. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. 5 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Video Operations Preset memory scan 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUTO SWITCHING”0 select “TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “BPM SYNC,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select a menu item, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation BPM Specifies the BPM. MODE Specifies how the picture is switched. TRANSITION: The picture switches using the currently selected transition effect (mix or wipe). CUT: The picture switches instantly. SPEED Specifies the picture switching speed as a multiple of the specified BPM. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. 5 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. BPM sync 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUTO SWITCHING”0 select “TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 15 16Video Operations Switching AUX Output You can use button operations to directly select the video to send to the AUX bus. 1 . Use the [MODE] button to select “AUX.” The AUX/PinP SOURCE/MEMORY [1]–[8] buttons function as AUX- bus selection buttons. 2 . Press an AUX [1]–[8] button to select the AUX-bus video. The AUX output is switched. MEMO 5 The display shows a green square (AUX indicator) for the input channel that is being sent to the AUX bus. 5 For details on adjusting the volume of the AUX bus audio, refer to “Adjusting the output volume of the AUX bus” (p. 30). The colors of lighted AUX [1]–[8] buttons When the [MODE] button is lighted in green, the AUX [1]–[8] buttons also function as indicators showing the status of video input. Button Explanation Lit white Valid video is being input. Blink white Video whose format differs from the system format setting is input. Unlit No video is input. Sending the same video as the PGM output to the AUX output By using the AUX link function, you can send the same video as the PGM bus (the final output video) to the AUX bus. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”SYSTEM”0select “AUX LINKED PGM,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “AUTO LINK” or “MANUAL LINK,” and press the [VALUE] knob. If you're not using the AUX link function, turn this “OFF.” 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Selecting the AUX output In the case of “OFF” Press an AUX [1]–[8] button to select the video of the AUX bus. In the case of “AUTO LINK” or “MANUAL LINK” AUX link is enabled, and the same video as the PGM bus is sent to the AUX bus. Temporarily disabling AUX link When you press an AUX [1]–[8] button, the selection of the AUX [1]– [8] button is enabled (lit green). Re-enabling AUX link AUTO LINK When you operate the [AUTO] button etc. to switch the video of the PGM bus, AUX link is automatically enabled. MANUAL LINK When you press the AUX/MEMORY button that is currently selected (lit green), AUX link is enabled. Video Operations Specifying a Split Composition Pattern This makes the settings for the split composition pattern to match the video you want to composite. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”SPLIT/VFX”0select “SPLIT/VFX A” or “SPLIT/VFX B,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “SPLIT/VFX TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the SPLIT type, and press the [VALUE] knob. You can select “SPLIT V” or “SPLIT H.” Value Explanation SPLIT V This vertically crops the center section of the video. A B A A B B SPLIT H This horizontally crops the center AAsection of the video. B B A B 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. MEMO For each of the split screens, you can adjust the displayed position of the video and change the color or width of the border. For details, refer to p. 48 of “Menu list.” Compositing Video with Split (SPLIT) This composites two video streams in a split screen. The final output video is displayed above or on the left, and the preset video (the video to be output next) is displayed below or on the right. Compositing Using Split 1 . Press a Cross-point A [1]–[8] button to select the video you want to display above or on the left. 2 . Press a Cross-point B [1]–[8] button to select the video you want to display below or on the right. 3 . Press the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] button to turn on SPLIT (lighted). The video you selected in steps 1 and 2 is composited. 4 . Turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knob to adjust the display position of the video. MEMO By turning the knob while pressing it, you can adjust the position of the dividing line between the two videos. 5 . To turn off SPLIT, press the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] button once again. 17 18Video Operations Using a Visual Effect (VFX) Here’s how you can apply an effect to the entire video, such as varying the video’s color or shape. You can apply a visual effect (VFX) to the A/PGM bus and B/PST bus respectively. Selecting a Visual Effect 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”SPLIT/VFX”0select “SPLIT/VFX A” or “SPLIT/VFX B,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “SPLIT/VFX TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the visual effect, and press the [VALUE] knob. * With the factory settings, “PART MOSAIC” is specified. Type Explanation PART MOSAIC Applies a mosaic to the selected region. BACKGROUND MOSAIC Applies a mosaic to the portion outside the selected region. FULL MOSAIC Applies a mosaic to the entire screen. WAVE Makes the video wavy. RGB REPLACE Exchanges the colors. COLORPASS Turns the video black and white while preserving a specific color. NEGATIVE Inverts the brightness and saturation. COLORIZE Adds color to the video. POSTERIZE Changes the gradations in brightness. SILHOUETTE Separates the video into light and dark areas, and makes the dark areas black and adds a different color to the light areas. EMBOSS Adds a bas-relief effect to the video. FIND EDGES Extracts contours. MONOCOLOR Turns the video monochrome. HUE OFFSET Changes the visual character by controlling the hue. SATURATION OFFSET Changes the visual character by controlling the saturation. VALUE OFFSET Changes the visual character by controlling the brightness. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Applying Visual Effects 1 . Press a Cross-point A or B [1]–[8] button to output the video to which you want to apply the effect. 2 . Press the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] button to turn on the visual effect (making the button light up). The visual effect is applied to the output video. 3 . Turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knob to adjust the degree of effect applied. MEMO 5 For “PART MOSAIC” and “BACKGROUND MOSAIC,” you can adjust the following settings. Knob operation Explanation Turning Adjusts the horizontal position of the selected area. While pressing an A or B [1]–[8] button: Adjusts the size of the selected area. Turn while pressing Adjusts the vertical position of the selected area. While pressing an A or B [1]–[8] button: Specifies the fineness (block size) of the mosaic. 5 Settings for the effect that is controlled by the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knobs can be checked in the VFX menu. 5 By holding down the SPLIT/VFX [A] ([B]) button and turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] ([B]) knob, you can change the type of visual effect. 4 . To turn off a visual effect, press the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] button once again.

Video Operations Here we explain the procedure for compositing video using “PinP 1.” You can also composite video using the same procedure using “PinP 2.” 1 . Press a Cross-point A or B [1]–[8] button to select the video you want to make the background video. 5 . Use the PinP 1 [POSITION H] and [POSITION V] knobs to adjust the display position of the inset screen. 2 . Press the [MODE] button to select “PinP1 SOURCE.” 3 . Press a PinP SOURCE [1]–[8] button to select the video you want to make the inset screen. [POSITION V] Adjusts the inset screen’s display position vertically. Turn while pressing: Adjusts the zoom of the video shown in the inset screen. 4 . Press the PinP 1 [PVW] button to preview-output the video of the inset screen. 7 . To turn off PinP compositing, press the PinP 1 [ON] Compositing Video with Picture-in-Picture (PinP) Here’s how to composite an inset screen (a small separate screen) onto the background video. You can use PinP 1 and PinP 2 simultaneously to composite two inset screens. Inset screen 1 (PinP 1) PinP 1 Inset screen 2 (PinP 2) Inset screen 2 (PinP 2) The PinP 1 [PVW] button lights up in green and the inset screen appears in the PVW section of the monitor, allowing you to check the inset screen’s location and size. At this stage, the final output has not yet been changed. Knob Explanation the mode for selecting the inset screen without having to press the [MODE] button and then select “PinP1 SOURCE” or “PinP2 SOURCE.” While pressing the PinP 1 (2) [PVW] button, press a PinP SOURCE [1]–[8] button to select the video that you want to use as the inset screen. [POSITION H] Adjusts the inset screen’s display position horizontally. Turn while pressing: Adjusts the size of the inset screen.

6 . Press the PinP 1 [ON] button to turn on PinP compositing (lit). The PinP 1 [ON] button lights up in red, and the inset screen is composited onto the background video and the result is sent to final output. button once again. MEMO 5 By long-pressing the PinP 1 (2) [PVW] button, you can access 5 The fade time over which the inset screen appears or disappears when you press the [ON] button is specified by the setting of the TRANSITION TIME menu item “PinP 1 TIME” or “PinP 2 TIME.”

PinP 2 Background video 19

20Video Operations Making Detailed Settings for the Inset Screen Detailed settings for size, shape, and border width etc. can be made for the PinP 1 and PinP 2 inset screens respectively. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”PinP”0select “PinP 1” or “PinP 2,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select a menu item, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation WINDOW Use the following items to adjust the inset screen. POSITION H Adjusts horizontal display position. POSITION V Adjusts vertical display position. SIZE Adjusts the size (zoom). This specifies the inset screen’s horizontal width as a proportion of the background video’s horizontal width. CROPPING H Adjusts the horizontal frame size. CROPPING V Adjusts the vertical frame size. SHAPE Specifies the shape (rectangle, circle, diamond). BORDER COLOR Specifies the color of the border. BORDER WIDTH Adjusts the width of the border. VIEW Use the following items to adjust the video that is shown in the inset screen. POSITION H Adjusts the horizontal position. POSITION V Adjusts the vertical position. ZOOM Adjusts the zoom. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Using Key Compositing to Remove the PinP Background Video By changing the PinP type, you can composite the video by applying “luminance key” (p. 22) or “chroma key” (p. 24) to the PinP. If you apply the luminance key function, the black or white portion of the inset screen becomes transparent, extracting the text or image and compositing it onto the background video. If you apply the chroma key function, and a video that was shot against a blue or green backdrop is selected as the inset screen, the blue or green portion of the inset screen becomes transparent, extracting only the subject and compositing it onto the background video. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”PinP”0select “PinP 1” or “PinP 2,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “PinP TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the PinP type, and press the [VALUE] knob. Type Explanation LUMINANCE-WHITE KEY Composite using luminance key. Makes white portions transparent according to brightness. LUMINANCE-BLACK KEY Composite using luminance key. Makes black portions transparent according to brightness. CHROMA KEY Composite using chroma key. Makes the specified key color transparent according to hue. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Video Operations Copying the PinP Settings Exchanging the PinP 1 and PinP 2 Settings You can copy the PinP 2 settings to PinP 1, or the settings of PinP 1 to PinP 2. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”PinP”0select “PinP 1” or “PinP 2,” and press the [VALUE] knob. A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “OK,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The PinP settings are copied. When the operation is finished, the message “COMPLETE” appears. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “COPY SETTINGS FROM PinP 2 (or PinP 1),” and press the [VALUE] knob. You can exchange the settings of PinP 1 and PinP 2. By using this function when (for example) the PinP 1 inset screen is in the foreground and the PinP 2 inset screen is behind, you can exchange the settings so that the PinP 1 screen moves behind and the PinP 2 inset screen moves to the foreground. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”PinP”0select “PinP 1” A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “YES,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The PinP 1 and PinP 2 settings are exchanged. When the operation is finished, the message “COMPLETE” appears.

or “PinP 2,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “SWAP SETTINGS WITH PinP 2 (or PinP 1),” and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 21 22Video Operations Compositing Video with Downstream Keyer (DSK) Here’s how you can turn a portion of the video transparent and composite it with the background video. You can use luminance key with either a black or a white background, or a chroma key with either a blue or green background. You can additionally composite a variety of text and images with video that was composited using PinP or another method. Using Luminance Key Luminance key This cuts out text or an image by turning the black or white portion transparent, and composites it onto the background video. Black or white Specifying the source and key type for the video Specify the source and key type for the video that you want to superimpose. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”DSK”0select “DSK SOURCE” or “DSK TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. DSK SOURCE Select the source of the logo or image that you want to superimpose. Value Explanation HDMI 1–8 INPUT 1–8 video STILL 1–8 Captured still image 1–8 DSK TYPE Choose “LUMINANCE-WHITE” or “LUMINANCE-BLACK.” Value Explanation LUMINANCE-WHITE Composite using luminance key. Makes white portions transparent according to brightness. LUMINANCE-BLACK Composite using luminance key. Makes black portions transparent according to brightness. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Compositing using luminance key 1 . Output the background video. At the PVW section of the monitor, check the video to be made the background. 2 . Press the DSK [PVW] button to turn on the preview output (lit). The DSK [PVW] button lights up in green, and a preview of the composition results is displayed in the PVW section of the monitor. At this stage, the final output has not yet been changed. 3 . Turn the DSK [LEVEL] and [GAIN] knob to adjust the degree of effect applied. Knob Explanation [LEVEL] Adjusts the degree of extraction (transparency) for the key. [GAIN] Adjusts the degree of edge blur (semi-transmissive region) for the key. 4 . Press the DSK [ON] button to turn on luminance key composition (lit). The DSK [ON] button lights up in red, and the composition results is sent to final output. 5 . To turn off luminance key compositing, press the DSK [ON] button once again. MEMO The fade time over which the logo/image appears or disappears when you press the DSK [ON] button is specified by the setting of the TRANSITION TIME menu item “DSK TIME.” Video Operations Modifying the superimposed video When using luminance key compositing, you can fill-in the superimposed image or add an edge to it. * This setting is in common with chroma key. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0select “DSK,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the menu items shown below, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation FILL TYPE If this is set to “MATTE,” the superimposed logo or image is filled-in with the specified color. The fill-in color is specified by “MATTE COLOR.” MATTE COLOR EDGE TYPE Specifies the type of edge. EDGE COLOR Specifies the color of the edge. EDGE WIDTH Specifies the width of the edge. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 23 24Video Operations Using Chroma Key Chroma key This cuts out a video by turning the blue or green portion transparent, and composites it onto the background video. Using this, you can composite only a subject that you are photographing against a blue screen or green screen. Blue or green Specifying the source and key type for the video Specify the source and key type for the video that you want to superimpose. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”DSK”0select “DSK SOURCE,” “DSK TYPE,” or “COLOR,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. DSK SOURCE Select the source of the logo or image that you want to superimpose. Value Explanation HDMI 1–8 INPUT 1–8 video STILL 1–8 Captured still image 1–8 DSK TYPE Set to “CHROMA.” Value Explanation CHROMA Composite using chroma key. Makes the specified key color transparent according to hue. COLOR Specify either “GREEN” or “BLUE” as the key color for chroma key (the color to be removed). 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Compositing using chroma key 1 . Output the background video. At the PVW section of the monitor, check the video to be made the background. 2 . Press the DSK [PVW] button to turn on the preview output (lit). The DSK [PVW] button lights up in green, and a preview of the composition results is displayed in the PVW section of the monitor. At this stage, the final output has not yet been changed. 3 . Turn the DSK [LEVEL] and [GAIN] knob to adjust the degree of effect applied. Knob Explanation [LEVEL] Adjusts the degree of extraction (transparency) for the key. [GAIN] Adjusts the degree of edge blur (semi-transmissive region) for the key. 4 . Press the DSK [ON] button to turn on chroma key composition (lit). The DSK [ON] button lights up in red, and the composition results is sent to final output. 5 . To turn off chroma key compositing, press the DSK [ON] button once again. MEMO The fade time over which the logo/image appears or disappears when you press the DSK [ON] button is specified by the setting of the TRANSITION TIME menu item “DSK TIME.” Video Operations Finely adjusting the key color (removed color) 1 . Press the [MENU] button0select “DSK,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the menu items shown below, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation CHROMA Use the following items to make fine adjustments to the key color. HUE WIDTH Adjusts the hue width. HUE FINE Adjusts the center position of the hue. SATURATION WIDTH Adjusts the saturation width. SATURATION FINE Adjusts the center position of saturation. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Modifying the superimposed video When using chroma key compositing, you can fill-in the superimposed image or add an edge to it. * This setting is in common with luminance key. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0select “DSK,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the menu items shown below, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation FILL TYPE If this is set to “MATTE,” the superimposed logo or image is filled-in with the specified color. The fill-in color is specified by “MATTE COLOR.” MATTE COLOR EDGE TYPE Specifies the type of edge. EDGE COLOR Specifies the color of the edge. EDGE WIDTH Specifies the width of the edge. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. To specify a desired color as the key color (sampling marker) You can specify the key color to be made transparent simply by sampling (detecting) a color from the video. (This is called the sampling marker function.) You can also specify a key color other than green or blue. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”DSK”0select “SAMPLING MARKER,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ON,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The sampling marker (cross-shaped cursor) is shown on the monitor of the unit and in the OUTPUT 3 connector’s output video. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “POSITION H” or “POSITION V,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to adjust the position of the sampling marker. Menu item Explanation POSITION H Adjusts the horizontal position. POSITION V Adjusts the vertical position. 5 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “SAMPLING EXECUTE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 6 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “YES,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The key color is sampled. The “HUE WIDTH,” “HUE FINE,” “SATURATION WIDTH,” and “SATURATION FINE” settings are adjusted automatically. 7 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 25 26Video Operations Using Imported Still Images You can take a still image captured from input/output video or imported from a USB flash drive, assign it to channel 1 or 8, and output it in the same way as video. You can also use it as a source for DSK compositing (p. 22). You can save up to eight still images in the unit. * When still images are saved in the unit, startup takes longer time according to image size and the number of still images saved. Capturing a Still Image from Input/Output Video This captures a still image from input/output video and saves it in the unit. NOTE 5 All audio stops during still-image capture. 5 Depending on the format of the input video, completion of still-image capture might take some time. 5 Created still images cannot be saved to a USB flash drive. 1 . Press the [CAPTURE IMAGE] button to turn on (lit). The monitor shows a list of still images (STILL 1–8). The Cross-point A [1]–[8] buttons blink yellow. 2 . Press a Cross-point A [1]–[8] button to select a save- destination (STILL 1–8) for the captured still image. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 5 When you select the save-destination for the still image, the list of still images changes to a list of video inputs (HDMI 1–8). 5 The Cross-point A buttons of channels that are inputting video and the [CUT] button blink red. 3 . Press a button that is blinking red to capture a still image. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. If you press a Cross-point A [1]–[8] button The still image is captured from the video that is being input to the channel whose button you pressed. 5 When you execute capture, the list of input video changes to a list of still images. * Do not turn off the power while the “PLEASE WAIT” message is shown. 4 . When the display indicates “COMPLETE,” press the [EXIT] button to exit the operation. MEMO When you have captured from copyright-protected (HDCP) video, the created still image is treated the same way as HDCP applied video. The still image is switched between displayed and hidden by turning HDCP on and off (p. 10). Note, however, that when HDCP is switched from off to on, the still image is reloaded from where it’s saved in memory, and so the still image might take some time to display. If you press the [CUT] button The still image is captured from the PGM (final output) video. Video Operations Importing a Still Image from a USB Flash Drive This imports into the unit a still image saved on a USB flash drive. Supported still-image formats and resolutions Format Bitmap (.bmp), 24-bit color, uncompressed PNG (.png), 24-bit color * α-channel is not supported. Resolution In conformity with system format (p. 8) File name No more than 28 single-byte alphanumeric characters * Be sure to append the “.bmp” or “.png” file extension. Importing a still image NOTE 5 Large-size still-image files might take some time to import. 5 When you’re using a USB flash drive for the first time, be sure to format it on the V-8HD (p. 39). 5 Depending on the USB flash drive, recognition of the flash drive might take some time. 1 . Save the still image in the root directory of the USB flash drive. 2 . Connect the USB flash drive containing the saved still image to the USB MEMORY port. 3 . Press the [MENU] button0”STILL IMAGE”0select “LOAD FROM USB MEMORY,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the still image save-destination (STILL 1–8), and then press the [VALUE] knob. A “ * ” symbol is displayed for memory where a still image is already saved. 5 . Press the [VALUE] knob. The names of the files on the USB flash drive are displayed on this screen. 6 . Select the still image file you want to import, and press the [VALUE] knob. A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 7 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “YES,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The still image is imported into the unit. 8 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Assigning Still Images to Channel 1–8 Here’s how a still image saved in this unit (STILL 1–8) can be assigned to channels 1–8. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”VIDEO INPUT”0 select “INPUT 1”–“INPUT 8 (SCALER),” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “INPUT ASSIGN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “STILL 1”–“STILL 8,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. MEMO 5 By holding down the [EXIT] button and pressing a Cross-point A or B [1]–[8] button, you can switch between still images STILL 1–8 and select the still image that is assigned to the channel whose button you pressed. 5 You can use the USER [1] or [2] button to output the specified still image. This lets you directly output a still image to PGM and PVW without assigning it to a channel. For details on this setting, refer to “Assigning the Functions of the USER [1] [2] Buttons” (p. 42). 5 You can use the [OUTPUT FADE] knob to output a specified still image. This lets you directly output a still image to PGM and PVW without assigning it to a channel. For details on this setting, refer to “Specifying the function of the [OUTPUT FADE] knob” (p. 29). 5 You can use a footswitch or expression pedal to output a specified still image. This lets you directly output a still image to PGM and PVW without assigning it to a channel. For details on this setting, refer to the following. – “Using a Footswitch” (p. 40) – “Using an Expression Pedal” (p. 41) 27 28Video Operations Deleting a Still Image Here’s how to delete the still image that’s saved in the unit. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”STILL IMAGE”0select “DELETE STILL IMAGE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the still image you want to delete, and press the [VALUE] knob. A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “YES,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The still image is deleted. When the operation is finished, the message “COMPLETE” appears. * Do not turn off the power while the “PLEASE WAIT” message is shown. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Freezing Input Video (Freeze) This temporarily pauses the incoming video. You can apply transition effects and visual effects during a video freeze. Setting the freeze mode There are two freeze modes: “ALL” and “SELECT.” * With the factory settings, “ALL” is selected. Mode Explanation ALL Freezes all video that is being input. SELECT Freezes only the specified input video. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”FREEZE”0select “TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ALL” or “SELECT,” and press the [VALUE] knob. If “SELECT” is selected 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “INPUT 1”–“INPUT 8,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ENABLE” or “DISABLE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. Value Explanation ENABLE The input video freezes. DISABLE The input video does not freeze. 5 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Video Operations Applying a Fade-out 1 . Turn the [OUTPUT FADE] knob all the way clockwise or counterclockwise. Turning the [OUTPUT FADE] knob clockwise performs a fade-out to white, and turning the knob counterclockwise performs a fade- out to black (factory setting). Applying a fade makes the indicators to the left or right of the knob flash. Applying a Fade-in 1 . Return the [OUTPUT FADE] knob to its center position. The indicator stops flashing and lights up steadily, and output starts. Applying a Fade to the Output Video (Output Fade) You can apply a fade to the output video. This lets you make the main output video fade to a black (or white) picture at times when you want to suppress video output, such as during intervals in a presentation, event or band performance. Specifying the function of the [OUTPUT FADE] knob You can assign the following functions to the [OUTPUT FADE] knob. 5 Fade the output video. 5 Adjusts the volume of the output audio. 5 Output a specified still image. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“SYSTEM”0select OUTPUT FADE ASSIGN “TURN LEFT” or “TURN RIGHT,” and then press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the function of the [OUTPUT FADE] knob, and then press the [VALUE] knob. Value Explanation BLACK Fade out to black. WHITE Fade out to white. AUDIO Adjust the volume of the output audio. BLACK&AUDIO Simultaneously apply the fade-to-black and the output audio volume adjustment functions. WHITE&AUDIO Simultaneously apply the fade-to-white and the output audio volume adjustment functions. STILL 1–8 OUTPUT Output the specified still image. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 29 30 Audio Operations 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO INPUT”0select “INPUT 1”–“INPUT 8” or “AUDIO IN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “INPUT LEVEL,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to adjust the input volume, and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Press the [MEMU] button. 5 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO OUTPUT”0 ”MASTER OUTPUT”0select “OUTPUT LEVEL,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 6 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to adjust the output volume, and press the [VALUE] knob. 7 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Level meter indication The audio level meter is shown in each section of the multi-view monitor. The level meter illumination lets you check whether the volume is adjusted appropriately. (dB) 0 Red (Excessive) -6Yellow (Suitable) -20-30 -50 Green (Insufficient) Indicator Status Red Lights up at 0 dB or higher. It indicates an excessive volume level. Yellow Lights up at -20 to -1 dB. It indicates an appropriate volume level. Green Lights up at -50 to -21 dB. It indicates a too-low volume level. * If the volume level of speaker output is unsuitable even when the volume level on the V-8HD has been adjusted so that level meter light up in yellow, adjust the volume for the speakers and amplifiers. Using “OUTPUT LEVEL” to make adjustments can sometimes result in distortion or poorer sound quality. Adjusting the Volume Level Here’s how to adjust the volume of the audio input and audio output. MEMO 5 If the OUTPUT FADE ASSIGN (p. 29) setting is “BLACK&AUDIO” or “WHITE&AUDIO,” using the [OUTPUT FADE] knob to fade-in/ out the output video will simultaneously fade-in/out the output audio as well. 5 If the OUTPUT FADE ASSIGN (p. 29) setting is “AUDIO,” you can use the [OUTPUT FADE] knob to adjust only the output volume. 5 You can output a test tone that is useful when making volume adjustments. In the SYSTEM menu item “TEST TONE” (p. 67), specify the test tone that you want to output. Adjusting the output volume of the AUX bus 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO OUTPUT”0 ”AUX”0select “AUX LEVEL,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to adjust the output volume, and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Audio Operations Using an effect preset The V-8HD is equipped with effects that are adjusted for specific environments. These are called “effect presets.” The effect presets are created using a combination of three effects (high-pass filter, compressor, equalizer). Simply by selecting an effect preset, you can easily apply an effect that’s appropriate for your situation. MEMO 5 When you switch presets, the settings of each effect are overwritten. 5 If you want to make fine adjustments to a preset, use the AUDIO INPUT menu to edit the high-pass filter, compressor, and equalizer settings. Since the noise gate (an effect that eliminates noise) is not included in the presets, you’ll need to make separate settings for it. For details on the effects, refer to p. 56. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO INPUT”0select “INPUT 1”–“INPUT 8” or “AUDIO IN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “EFFECT PRESET,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the effect preset, and press the [VALUE] knob. Value Explanation DEFAULT For line input (default setting) MEETING For meetings INTERVIEW For interviews AMBIENT MIC For capturing ambient sound WINDY FIELD For capturing ambient sound in a windy area DE-ESS & POPS SOFT For reducing sibilants DE-ESS & POPS HARD For reducing plosives Applying Effects to Input Audio You can modify the tonal character by applying effects to the audio input. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “OK,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The preset is loaded. When the operation is finished, the message “COMPLETE” appears. 5 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Correcting a time difference between video and audio (delay) Here’s how you can correct a time difference between the video and audio by delaying the output of the input audio. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO INPUT”0select “INPUT 1”–“INPUT 8” or “AUDIO IN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “DELAY,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to adjust the time by which the audio is delayed, and press the [VALUE] knob. Delay the audio output so that the audio and video match. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. A confirmation message appears. 31 32Audio Operations Applying Effects to Output Audio You can modify the tonal character by applying effects to the audio output. * You can apply a limiter (LIMITER) to the audio of the AUX bus. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO OUTPUT”0 select “MASTER OUTPUT” or “AUX,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select an effect menu item, and then press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the value, and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. (for AUX) (for AUX) LIMITER This limits the output volume so that is does not exceed the set level. Menu item Explanation LIMITER Turn the limiter on or off. THRESHOLD Adjusts the level that becomes the threshold at which the limiter is applied. Compression is applied to audio that exceeds the threshold. The volume level of audio that is output is limited so as to stay to below the threshold. EQUALIZER This limits the output volume so that is does not exceed the set level. Menu item Explanation EQUALIZER Turns the equalizer on/off. Hi GAIN Boosts or attenuates the high band. Hi FREQUENCY Specifies the center frequency when changing the tone quality in the high band. Mid GAIN Boosts or attenuates the middle band. Mid FREQUENCY Specifies the center frequency when changing the tone quality in the middle band. Mid Q Adjusts the width of the frequency band when boosting or attenuating the middle band. Lo GAIN Boosts or attenuates the low band. Lo FREQUENCY Specifies the center frequency when changing the tone quality in the low band. MULTI BAND COMPRESSOR This applies separate compressors in individual frequency bands. Menu item Explanation MULTI BAND COMPRESSOR Turns the multi-band compressor on/off. Hi THRESHOLD Mid THRESHOLD Lo THRESHOLD Specify the individual levels that become the thresholds for the high, midrange, and low bands at which the compressor is applied. Compression is applied to audio that exceeds the threshold. Hi RATIO Mid RATIO Lo RATIO Specify the amount of compression applied in the high, midrange, and low bands. The state in which no compression is applied is defined as “1.”

Audio Operations Muting input audio Muting AUX-bus Audio 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO INPUT”0select “INPUT 1”–“INPUT 8” or “AUDIO IN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “INPUT MUTE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ON,” and press the [VALUE] knob. To cancel muting, specify “OFF.” 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Muting output audio 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO OUTPUT”0 ”MASTER OUTPUT”0select “OUTPUT MUTE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ON,” and press the [VALUE] knob. To cancel muting, specify “OFF.” 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Silencing Only Specific Audio (Mute) 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO OUTPUT”0 ”AUX”0select “AUX MUTE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ON,” and press the [VALUE] knob. To cancel muting, specify “OFF.”

Here’s how to temporarily silence specific input audio or output audio (the mute function). 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 33 34Audio Operations Interlinking Audio Output to Video Switching (Audio Follow) You can associate audio with a video switch so that when the video is switched, the specified audio alone is output automatically, and other audio is automatically muted. 1 . Follow the procedure in “Adjusting the Volume Level” (p. 30) to adjust to the volume level you want to output. 2 . Press the [MENU] button0select “AUDIO FOLLOW,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the video channel you want to use with Audio Follow, and press the [VALUE] knob. If you select “ALL AUDIO FOLLOW,” all input channels are used. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ON,” and press the [VALUE] knob. Value Explanation ON Enables the Audio Follow feature. Muting is performed automatically when video on another channel is output. OFF Disables the Audio Follow feature. 5 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 6 . Switch the video. On video channels where Audio Follow is on, audio is automatically muted when video on other channels is output. Applying audio follow to the audio from AUDIO IN 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“AUDIO FOLLOW”0 select “AUDIO IN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the video channel you want to use with Audio Follow, and press the [VALUE] knob. Value Explanation INPUT 1–8 Specify the input channels that use audio follow for the input audio. The AUDIO IN audio is muted for input channels other than those specified. OFF Disables the Audio Follow feature. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu.

Audio Operations Checking a Specific Audio Input (Solo) Outputting AUX-Bus Audio Here’s how you can temporarily monitor a specific audio input via the headphones (solo function). * The solo function applies to the headphone output. It does not affect output other than the headphones. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0”AUDIO INPUT”0select “INPUT 1”–“INPUT 8” or “AUDIO IN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “SOLO,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ON,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. You can output just AUX-bus audio from the AUDIO OUT jacks (XLR and RCA) and the PHONES jack. What’s AUX-bus audio? Video and audio on video input channels selected using the AUX [1]–[8] buttons is sent to the AUX bus (p. 16). If you assign the AUX bus to the audio output jacks, the audio sent to the AUX bus is output. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“AUDIO OUTPUT”0 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “AUX,” and press

select “OUTPUT ASSIGN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “AUDIO OUT” or “PHONES OUT,” and press the [VALUE] knob. the [VALUE] knob. Value Explanation MASTER OUT Output the audio of the MAIN bus. AUX Output the audio of the AUX bus. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 35 36Audio Operations Sending the AUDIO IN Audio to the AUX Bus You can send the input audio of the AUDIO IN jacks to the AUX bus. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“AUDIO OUTPUT”0 select “AUX,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the “AUX SEND” menu item, and then press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “ON” or “OFF,” and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation AUX SEND Specifies the audio that is sent to the AUX bus. HDMI AUDIO Specifies whether the input audio of INPUT 1–8 is sent (ON) or is not sent (OFF) to the AUX bus. AUDIO IN Specifies whether the input audio of the AUDIO IN jacks is sent (ON) or is not sent (OFF) to the AUX bus. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Specifying the Type of Audio Sent to the AUX Bus When sending audio from INPUT 1–8 and AUDIO IN to the AUX bus, you can specify whether to send the audio as-is or with an effect applied. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“AUDIO OUTPUT”0 select “AUX,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the “AUX EFFECT” menu item, and then press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “DRY” or “WET,” and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation AUX EFFECT Specifies the type of audio that is sent from each input to the AUX bus. INPUT 1–8 DRY: Sends the source audio with no effects applied. AUDIO IN WET: Sends the effect-applied audio. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu.

Other Features Saving to a preset memory NOTE If “MEMORY PROTECT” (p. 60) is “ON,” you can’t save settings to a preset memory. 1 . Use the [MODE] button to select “MEMORY.” Recalling a preset memory 1 . Use the [MODE] button to select “MEMORY.” MEMORY [1]–[8] button illumination color Light blue Currently selected memory Blue Memories in which data is saved Unlit Memories with no data (empty) 2 . Press the MEMORY button for the number whose setting you want to recall. Saving/Recalling Settings (Preset Memory) MEMO not saved in preset memory. 5 The following settings are common to the unit (one set for the entire unit), and therefore are not saved in preset memory. – PRESET MEMORY menu – CTL/EXP menu – CAPTURE IMAGE menu – SYSTEM menu 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the preset memory (MEMORY 1–8) that you want to initialize, and press the [VALUE] knob. A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “YES,” and press the

You can save the current settings, including the video/audio settings and the state of the operating panel, in preset memory and recall those settings for use when necessary. The V-8HD is provided with eight preset memories. About the last memory function The V-8HD has a built-in Last Memory function. Last Memory is a function that saves the state of the unit that is in effect immediately before power-down, and automatically restores the state at the next startup. The Last Memory function is enabled by default. If you want the unit to recall a specific preset memory when it starts up, use the PRESET MEMORY menu item “START UP” to specify the preset memory number.

2 . Press and hold (for 2 seconds or longer) the MEMORY button for the number where you want to save the settings. All of the MEMORY [1]–[8] buttons are briefly illuminated in light blue, and the current settings are saved in the selected preset memory. The settings are recalled. 5 The state of the [OUTPUT FADE] knob and [PHONES] knob are 5 When recalling a preset memory, you can specify the individual menu items that will be included in the recalled preset memory. Make these settings in the PRESET MEMORY menu item “LOAD PARAMETER.” Here’s how you can initialize the settings of a specific preset memory to the factory-set condition. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“PRESET MEMORY”0 select “INTIALIZE,” and press the [VALUE] knob.

5 You can use the [MENU] button0“PRESET MEMORY”0“SAVE” or “LOAD” to save or load a preset memory. Initializing a preset memory [VALUE] knob. The current settings are saved. When the operation is finished, the message “COMPLETE” appears. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 37 38Other Features Saving the Unit’s Settings on a USB Flash Drive You can group together the unit’s settings into a single file (*.V08) and save it to a USB flash drive connected to the USB MEMORY port. You can access the saved file (*.V08) on the USB flash drive and load it into the unit for use when needed. * When you’re using a USB flash drive for the first time, be sure to format it on the V-8HD (p. 39). * Depending on the USB flash drive, recognition of the flash drive might take some time. Saving Saving a new settings file 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“USB MEMORY”0 select “BACKUP ALL SETTINGS,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “NEW FILE...,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Enter the file name. 1 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to move the cursor. Moving the cursor to a location where no character is present increases the number of characters. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to highlight the character at the cursor location. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to change the character, and press the [VALUE] knob. 5 Pressing the [EXIT] button deletes the character at the cursor location. 5 You can enter a text string of up to 9 characters in length. 5 The extension of the file name is “V08.” 4 . When you finish entering the name, turn the [VALUE] knob to select “SAVE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 5 . Press the [VALUE] knob. The file (*.V08) is newly saved on the USB flash drive. 6 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Overwrite-saving a settings file 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“USB MEMORY”0 select “BACKUP ALL SETTINGS,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob select the file to overwrite, and press the [VALUE] knob. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 3 . Press the [VALUE] knob. The file (*.V08) is newly saved on the USB flash drive. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. A confirmation message appears.

Other Features Recalling Formatting USB Flash Drives This loads settings that are in a preset memory saved on a USB flash drive. Loading settings overwrites the preset memory on the unit. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“USB MEMORY”0 select “RESTORE ALL SETTINGS,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the file you want to recall, and press the [VALUE] knob. A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “YES,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The settings are recalled, and the values in the unit’s preset memories are overwritten. 4 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. When using a USB flash drive for the first time, be sure to format it on the V-8HD. NOTE 5 The V-8HD does not recognize unformatted USB flash drives. 5 Performing formatting causes all data already saved on the USB flash drive to be deleted. If the ash drive contains necessary data, back it up onto a computer or elsewhere before formatting the drive. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“USB MEMORY”0 select “FORMAT,” and press the [VALUE] knob. A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “YES,” and press the

[VALUE] knob. Formatting of the USB flash drive is carried out. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 39 40Other Features Using a Footswitch You can use a footswitch connected to the CTL/EXP 1, 2 jacks of the V-8HD to control the V-8HD with your foot. You can assign various functions to the footswitch. 1 . Connect a footswitch as described in p. 5. 2 . Press the [MENU] button0“CTL/EXP”0select “CTL/EXP 1” or “CTL/EXP 2,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “CTL TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “CTL A & CTL B,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 5 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “CTL A ASSIGN” or “CTL B ASSIGN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 6 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the function that you want to assign to CTL A or CTL B of the footswitch, and press the [VALUE] knob. Value Explanation N/A No function is assigned. A/PGM CH SEL 1–8 Selects the video of the specified input channel as the video sent to the A/PGM bus. B/PST CH SEL 1–8 Selects the video of the specified input channel as the video sent to the B/PST bus. AUX CH SEL 1–8 Selects the video of the specified input channel as the video sent to the AUX bus. INPUT 1–8 ASSIGN Switches the source of the specified input channel. STILL 1–8 OUTPUT Switches the output video to the specified still image. PinP 1 SRC HDMI 1–8 Switches the video shown in the PinP 1 inset screen to the video of the specified input channel. PinP 1 SRC STILL 1–8 Switches the video shown in the PinP 1 inset screen to the specified still image. PinP 2 SRC HDMI 1–8 Switches the video shown in the PinP 2 inset screen to the video of the specified input channel. PinP 2 SRC STILL 1–8 Switches the video shown in the PinP 2 inset screen to the specified still image. DSK SOURCE HDMI 1–8 Switches the source image for DSK compositing to the video of the specified input channel. Value Explanation DSK SOURCE STILL 1–8 Switches the source image for DSK compositing to the specified still image. CUT SW The same function as the [CUT] button. AUTO SW The same function as the [AUTO] button. TRANSITION SW The same function as the [TRANSITION] button. MODE SW The same function as the [MODE] button. SPLIT/VFX A SW The same function as the SPLIT/VFX [A] button. SPLIT/VFX B SW The same function as the SPLIT/VFX [B] button. PinP 1 PVW SW The same function as the PinP 1 [PVW] button. PinP 1 ON SW The same function as the PinP 1 [ON] button. PinP 2 PVW SW The same function as the PinP 2 [PVW] button. PinP 2 ON SW The same function as the PinP 2 [ON] button. DSK PVW SW The same function as the DSK [PVW] button. DSK ON SW The same function as the DSK [ON] button. USER 1 SW The same function as the USER [1] button. USER 2 SW The same function as the USER [2] button. H AUTO TAKE I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus. H CUT I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus as a cut. INPUT 1–8 AUDIO MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for the audio of the specified input channel. AUDIO IN AUDIO MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for AUDIO IN audio. AUDIO OUTPUT MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for AUDIO OUT audio. AUDIO AUX MUTE Turns on/off the mute function for AUX-bus audio. INPUT 1–8 AUDIO SOLO Turns the solo function on/off for the audio of the specified input channel. OUTPUT FADE LEFT The same function as turning the [OUTPUT FADE] knob to the left. OUTPUT FADE RIGHT The same function as turning the [OUTPUT FADE] knob to the right. LOAD MEMORY 1–8 Recalls the specified preset memory. INPUT SCAN NORMAL Consecutively switches the input video in the order of INPUT 108 each time you press. INPUT SCAN REVERSE Consecutively switches the input video in the order of INPUT 801 each time you press. MEMORY SCAN NORMAL Consecutively switches the preset memory in the order of 108 each time you press. MEMORY SCAN REVERSE Consecutively switches the preset memory in the order of 801 each time you press. 7 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu.

Other Features Adjusting the pedal (pedal calibration) MEMO The first time you use an expression pedal, you must calibrate (adjust) the pedal so that it will operate optimally. In some cases, an expression pedal might no longer operate optimally due to the passage of time or changes in the operating conditions. If you notice problems such as slight movements of the pedal causing a major change in volume, or if the video fails to switch when you press the pedal, you should execute calibration. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“CTL/EXP”0select “CTL/EXP 1” or “CTL/EXP 2,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “CTL TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “EXP,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “EXP CALIBRATE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The EXP CALIBRATE screen appears. 5 . As directed by the screen, step on the pedal in the fully heel-down position, and press the [VALUE] knob. 6 . As directed by the screen, step on the pedal in the fully toe-down position, and press the [VALUE] knob. When the “Complete” indication appears, calibration is completed. 7 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Using an Expression Pedal You should normally use the EV-5 with its minimum volume knob left in the zero position. If you change the position of the minimum volume knob, you must execute pedal calibration. Assigning a function to the pedal A variety of functions can be assigned to the expression pedal. 5 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the function that you want to assign to the expression pedal, and press the [VALUE] knob.

You can use an expression pedal connected to the CTL/EXP 1, 2 jacks of the V-8HD to control the V-8HD with your foot. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“CTL/EXP”0select “CTL/EXP 1” or “CTL/EXP 2,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “CTL/EXP TYPE,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “EXP,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “EXP ASSIGN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 41 42Other Features Value Explanation N/A No function is assigned. VIDEO FADER Slides the video fader to the top edge or bottom edge. H CUT I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus as a cut. VFX A MIX LEVEL Adjusts the density (output level) of the video that is processed by the visual effect A. VFX B MIX LEVEL Adjusts the density (output level) of the video that is processed by the visual effect B. OUTPUT FADE LEFT Turns the [OUTPUT FADE] knob counterclockwise. OUTPUT FADE RIGHT Turns the [OUTPUT FADE] knob clockwise. STILL 1–8 OUTPUT Switches the output video to the specified still image. INPUT 1–8 AUDIO LEVEL Adjusts the volume of the specified input channel. AUDIO IN AUDIO LEVEL Adjusts the volume of AUDIO IN. AUDIO OUTPUT LEVEL Adjusts the volume of AUDIO OUT. AUX OUTPUT LEVEL Adjusts the volume of AUX bus. 6 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Assigning the Functions of the USER [1] [2] Buttons * With the factory settings, the freeze function is assigned to the USER [1] button and the auto switching function is assigned to the USER [2] button. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“SYSTEM”0select “USER 1 SW ASSIGN” or “USER 2 SW ASSIGN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select the function that you want to assign to the USER [1] or [2] button, and then press the [VALUE] knob. Value Explanation N/A No function is assigned. FREEZE Turns the freeze function on/off. AUTO SWITCHING Turns the auto switching function on/off. BPM TAP If AUTO SWITCHING is “BPM SYNC,” you can set the BPM by tapping the button. INPUT 1–8 ASSIGN Selects the video that is assigned to the specified input. STILL 1–8 OUTPUT Outputs the specified still image. INPUT 1–8 MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for the audio of the specified input channel. AUDIO IN MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for AUDIO IN audio. OUTPUT MUTE Turns on/off the mute function for AUDIO OUT audio. AUX MUTE Turns on/off the mute function for AUX- bus audio. INPUT SCAN N Consecutively switches the input video in the order of INPUT 108 each time you press. INPUT SCAN R Consecutively switches the input video in the order of INPUT 801 each time you press. MEMORY SCAN N Consecutively switches the preset memory in the order of 108 each time you press. MEMORY SCAN R Consecutively switches the preset memory in the order of 801 each time you press. REC START/STOP Controls the recorder's video record start/ stop if a recorder that supports HDMI REC TRIGGER functionality is connected. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Other Features Preventing Unintended Operation (Panel Lock) Here’s how you can lock the V-8HD’s buttons and knobs to prevent unintended operation. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“SYSTEM”0select “PANEL LOCK,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The PANEL LOCK menu appears. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select a target for panel lock, and press the [VALUE] knob. Menu item Explanation ALL SW & VOLUME Turns on/off the settings of the following buttons and knobs in a single action. A/PGM 1–8 SW Cross-point A [1]–[8] buttons B/PST 1–8 SW Cross-point B [1]–[8] buttons CUT SW [CUT] button AUTO SW [AUTO] button MODE SW [MODE] button AUX SW AUX [1]–[8] button PinP 1 SOURCE SW PinP 1 [1]–[8] button PinP 2 SOURCE SW PinP 2 [1]–[8] button MEMORY SW MEMORY [1]–[8] button TRANSITION SW [TRANSITION] button VIDEO FADER Video fader SPLIT/VFX A BLOCK SPLIT/VFX [A] knob/button SPLIT/VFX A BLOCK SPLIT/VFX [B] knob/button PinP 1 BLOCK PinP 1’s [POSITION H] knob, [POSITION V] knob, [PVW] button, [ON] button PinP 2 BLOCK PinP 2’s [POSITION H] knob, [POSITION V] knob, [PVW] button, [ON] button DSK BLOCK DSK’s [LEVEL] knob, [GAIN] knob, [PVW] button, [ON] button USER 1 SW USER [1] button USER 2 SW USER [2] button CAPTURE IMAGE SW [CAPTURE IMAGE] button OUTPUT FADE [OUTPUT FADE] knob 3 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to specify whether panel lock is applied (ON) or not applied (OFF), and press the [VALUE] knob. 4 . Repeat steps 2–3 as necessary. 5 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. MEMO When panel is locked, the [MENU] button is blink. Controlling an External Recorder’s Video Record Start/Stop from the V-8HD If a recorder that supports the “HDMI REC TRIGGER” function is connected to an OUTPUT of the V-8HD, you can use the USER [1] or [2] button of the V-8HD to control video record start/stop on that recorder. MEMO For more about recorders that support the HDMI REC TRIGGER function, refer to the Roland website. https://proav .roland .com 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“SYSTEM”0select “USER 1 SW ASSIGN” or “USER 2 SW ASSIGN,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “REC START/STOP,” and press the [VALUE] knob. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. 4 . Press the USER [1] or [2] button that is assigned to “REC START/STOP.” Each time you press the button, the recorder switches between video record start/stop. The USER [1] or [2] button is lit red during recording, and is unlit when recording stops. NOTE The lit/unlit state of the USER [1] [2] buttons indicates the state of the V-8HD, and does not reflect the state of the external recorder. This means that even if, while the USER [1] or [2] button is lit red, the external recorder stops recording because of an operation performed on it or because of the state of its storage, the USER [1] or [2] button does not go dark at that time. MEMO If you want to disable control of the recorder that supports the HDMI REC TRIGGER function, turn the VIDEO OUTPUT menu0OUTPUT 1–3 “REC CONTROL” setting “OFF.” 43 44Other Features Returning to the Factory Settings (Factory Reset) Here’s how you can return the settings of the V-8HD to their factory- set state. If following the procedures described in this manual does not cause the result you expect, try executing a factory reset. NOTE 5 When you execute factory reset, any previously specified content, any settings saved in preset memory (p. 37), and the still image (p. 26) saved in the unit will all be lost. 5 Do not turn off the power while the “PLEASE WAIT” message is shown. 1 . Press the [MENU] button0“SYSTEM”0select “FACTORY RESET,” and press the [VALUE] knob. A confirmation message appears. * If you decide to cancel, press the [EXIT] button. 2 . Turn the [VALUE] knob to select “YES,” and press the [VALUE] knob. The factory reset is executed. When the operation is finished, the message “COMPLETE” appears. 3 . Press the [MENU] button to quit the menu. Menu List When you press the [MENU] button, the menu is shown on this unit’s monitor and on the display that’s connected to the OUTPUT 3 connector. MEMO 5 When a setting value has menu items that let you make more-detailed settings, “ENTER” is displayed at the top of the screen. Press the [VALUE] knob to go down a level. 5 To execute an operation, press the [VALUE] knob. 5 You can change a setting value rapidly by holding down the [VALUE] button and turning. 5 Long pressing the [EXIT] button returns the currently selected setting to its default value. 1: VIDEO INPUT INPUT 1–6 Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation INPUT STATUS ENTER Displays information about the incoming video (format, size, etc.). INPUT ASSIGN HDMI, STILL 1–8 Selects the input source. FLIP H OFF, ON If this is “ON,” the video is input with left and right flipped. FLIP V OFF, ON If this is “ON,” the video is input with top and bottom flipped. BRIGHTNESS -64–0–63 Adjusts the brightness. CONTRAST -64–0–63 Adjusts the contrast. SATURATION -64–0–63 Adjusts the saturation. INPUT 7, 8 (SCALER) Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation INPUT STATUS ENTER Displays information about the incoming video (format, size, etc.). INPUT ASSIGN HDMI, STILL 1–8 Selects the input source. FLICKER FILTER OFF, ON If this is “ON,” flickering is reduced. FLIP H OFF, ON If this is “ON,” the video is input with left and right flipped. FLIP V OFF, ON If this is “ON,” the video is input with top and bottom flipped.

EDID INTERNAL SVGA (800x600) XGA (1024x768) WXGA (1280x800) FWXGA (1366x768) SXGA (1280x1024) SXGA+(1400x1050) UXGA (1600x1200) WUXGA (1920x1200) 720/59.94p 1080/59.94i 1080/59.94p Specifies the input format (EDID). If this is “INTERNAL,” EDID information for all formats that can be input to the V-8HD will be transmitted. What is EDID? EDID is data that is transmitted from the V-8HD to the source device when the V-8HD is connected to a source device. EDID contains data such as the formats that can be input to the V-8HD (resolution, color space, color depth) and audio information. Based on the EDID information that the source device receives, it will output the most appropriate video format to the V-8HD. What is EDID? EDID is data that is transmitted from the V-8HD to the source device when the V-8HD is connected to a source device. EDID contains data such as the formats that can be input to the V-8HD (resolution, color space, color depth) and audio information. Based on the EDID information that the source device receives, it will output the most appropriate video format to the V-8HD.

ZOOM 10.0–100.0–1000.0% (*1) Adjusts the zoom ratio. 45 46Menu List Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation SCALING TYPE Specifies the scaling type. FULL Always displays the picture expanded to full screen, irrespective of the aspect ratio of the input video. LETTERBOX Enlarges or reduces the incoming video to a full-screen view while keeping the aspect ratio unchanged. CROP Enlarges or reduces the incoming video so that the output picture has no blank margins while keeping the aspect ratio unchanged. Video extending beyond the borders is cut off. DOT BY DOT Performs no scaling. MANUAL Scale according to the “MANUAL SIZE H” and “MANUAL SIZE V” settings below. MANUAL SIZE H (*2) -2000–0–2000 (*1) Adjusts the horizontal size. MANUAL SIZE V (*2) -2000–0–2000 (*1) Adjusts the vertical size. POSITION H -1920–0–1920 Adjusts the display position in the horizontal direction. POSITION V -1920–0–1920 Adjusts the display position in the vertical direction. BRIGHTNESS -64–0–63 Adjusts the brightness. CONTRAST -64–0–63 Adjusts the contrast. SATURATION -64–0–63 Adjusts the saturation. RED -64–0–63 Adjusts the red level. GREEN -64–0–63 Adjusts the green level. BLUE -64–0–63 Adjusts the blue level. (*1) The valid range of setting values depends on conditions such as the input/output format. (*2) This is valid when “SCALING TYPE” is set to “MANUAL.” 2: VIDEO OUTPUT OUTPUT 1–3 Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation OUTPUT STATUS — Displays information about the output connector. When there’s no connection, “NOT CONNECTED” is displayed. OUTPUT ASSIGN Specifies the output bus that is assigned to the OUTPUT connector. PROGRAM Outputs the program video. Default PREVIEW Outputs the preview video (standby video). OUTPUT 1: PROGRAM AUX Outputs the AUX bus. OUTPUT 2: PREVIEW MULTI-VIEW Outputs the multi-view monitor. OUTPUT 3: MULTI-VIEW COLOR SPACE YPbPr, RGB (0–255), RGB (16–235) Specifies the color space. DVI-D/HDMI SIGNAL HDMI, DVI-D Specifies the output mode for HDMI output. BRIGHTNESS -64–0–63 Adjusts the brightness. CONTRAST -64–0–63 Adjusts the contrast. SATURATION -64–0–63 Adjusts the saturation. RED -64–0–63 Adjusts the red level. GREEN -64–0–63 Adjusts the green level. BLUE -64–0–63 Adjusts the blue level. REC CONTROL OFF, ON Specifies whether video record start/stop on a recorder equipped with the HDMI REC TRIGGER function will (ON) or will not (OFF) be controlled from the V-8HD. Menu List 3: TRANSITION TIME Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation MIX/WIPE TIME 0.0–1.0–4.0sec Specifies the video transition time. PinP 1 TIME 0.0–1.0–4.0sec Specifies the fade time with which the PinP 1 or PinP 2 inset screen appears or PinP 2 TIME 0.0–1.0–4.0sec disappears when using Picture in Picture (PinP) compositing. DSK TIME 0.0–1.0–4.0sec Specifies the fade time with which the superimposed logo or video appears or disappears when using DSK compositing. 4: MIX/WIPE Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation TRANSITION TYPE MIX, WIPE Selects the mode of the transition effect. You can also use the [TRANSITION] button to switch between MIX and WIPE. MIX TYPE Specifies the transition pattern for mix. MIX The two pictures are blended together as the video is switched. FAM Video transitions are made with the luminance levels of the two video streams maintained unchanged. This is an abbreviation of “full additive mix.” NAM The two video streams are compared, and transitions are made with display during transition starting with levels of high luminance. This is an abbreviation of “non-additive mix.” WIPE TYPE Specifies the transition pattern for wipe. HORIZONTAL VERTICAL UPPER LEFT UPPER RIGHT LOWER LEFT LOWER RIGHT H-CENTER V-CENTER WIPE DIRECTION NORMAL, REVERSE, ROUND TRIP Specifies the direction of wipe. WIPE BORDER COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK, SOFTEDGE Specifies the color of the border added to the edge of the wipe area. If this is set to “SOFTEDGE,” the wipe border is blurred. WIPE BORDER WIDTH 0–3–14 Specifies the width of the border added to the edge of the wipe area. 47 48Menu List 5: SPLIT/VFX SPLIT/VFX A, B Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation SPLIT/VFX OFF, ON Turns the split/visual effect on/off. You can also use the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] button to turn this on/off. SPLIT/VFX TYPE SPLIT V, SPLIT H, PART MOSAIC, BACKGROUND MOSAIC, FULL MOSAIC, WAVE, RGB REPLACE, COLORPASS, NEGATIVE, COLORIZE, POSTERIZE, SILHOUETTE, EMBOSS, FIND EDGES, MONOCOLOR, HUE OFFSET, SATURATION OFFSET, VALUE OFFSET Specifies the split/visual effect types. * The menu items differ for each split/visual effect. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: SPLIT V Composites two videos split vertically at their centers. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation A-CENTER -25.0–0.0–25.0% Adjusts the horizontal position of the video shown on the left (A/PGM side). You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob. B-CENTER -25.0–0.0–25.0% Adjusts the horizontal position of the video shown on the right (B/PST side). You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [B] knob. CENTER POSITION -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the position of the boundary. You can change the size of the two videos by shifting the boundary line. You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knob while pressing it. BORDER COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color of the border. BORDER WIDTH 0–3–14 Adjusts the width of the border. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: SPLIT H Composites two videos split horizontally at their centers. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation A-CENTER -25.0–0.0–25.0% Adjusts the vertical position of the video shown above (A/PGM side). You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob. B-CENTER -25.0–0.0–25.0% Adjusts the vertical position of the video shown above (B/PST side). You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [B] knob. CENTER POSITION -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the position of the boundary. You can change the size of the two videos by shifting the boundary line. You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knob while pressing it. BORDER COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color of the border. BORDER WIDTH 0–3 –14 Adjusts the width of the border. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: PART MOSAIC Applies a mosaic to the selected region. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation POSITION H -100.0–0.0–100.0% Adjusts the horizontal position of the selected area. You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knob. POSITION V -100.0–0.0–100.0% Adjusts the vertical position of the selected area. You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knob while pressing it. AREA SIZE 10.0–40.0–100.0% Adjusts the size (zoom) of the selected area. CORRECTION H -2000–0–2000 Adjusts the horizontal size of the selected area. CORRECTION V -2000–0–2000 Adjusts the vertical size of the selected area. BLOCK SIZE OFF(1x1), 4x4, 8x8, 16x16, 32x32, 64x64, 128x128, 256x256 Specifies the fineness (block size) of the mosaic. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. Menu List 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: BACKGROUND MOSAIC Applies a mosaic to the portion of the selected area. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation POSITION H -100.0–0.0–100.0% Adjusts the horizontal position of the selected area. You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knob. POSITION V -100.0–0.0–100.0% Adjusts the vertical position of the selected area. You can adjust this by turning the SPLIT/VFX [A] or [B] knob while pressing it. AREA SIZE 10.0–40.0–100.0% Adjusts the size (zoom) of the selected area. CORRECTION H -2000–0–2000 Adjusts the horizontal size of the selected area. CORRECTION V -2000–0–2000 Adjusts the vertical size of the selected area. BLOCK SIZE OFF(1x1), 4x4, 8x8, 16x16, 32x32, 64x64, 128x128, 256x256 Specifies the fineness (block size) of the mosaic. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: FULL MOSAIC Applies a mosaic to the entire screen. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation BLOCK SIZE OFF(1x1), 4x4, 8x8, 16x16, 32x32, 64x64, 128x128, 256x256 Specifies the fineness (block size) of the mosaic. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: WAVE Makes the video wavy. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation GAIN 0–127–255 Adjust the height of the waves. TYPE 1–4–7 Specifies the number of waves. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: RGB REPLACE Exchanges the colors. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation TYPE OFF(R.G.B), B.R.G, G.B.R, R.B.G, G.R.B, B.G.R Specifies the type of RGB replace. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: COLOR PASS Turns the video black and white while preserving a specific color. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation TYPE 1–42–63 Specifies the type of color pass. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: NEGATIVE Inverts the brightness and colors. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation TYPE Pr, Pb, PbPr, Y, YPr, YPb, YPbPr Specifies the type of negative. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 49 50Menu List 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: COLORIZE Adds color to the video. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation TYPE 1–8 Specifies the type of colorize. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: POSTERIZE Changes the gradations in brightness. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation LEVEL 1–3–4 Specifies the gradation level for brightness. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: SILHOUETTE Separates the video into light and dark areas, and makes the dark areas black and adds a different color to the light areas. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation TYPE 1–128 Specifies the hue to be colorized. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: EMBOSS Adds a bas-relief effect to the video. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation TYPE 1–128 Specifies the type of emboss. CONTRAST 0–15 Adjusts the contrast. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: FIND EDGES Extracts contours. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation FG COLOR 0–15 Specifies the color of the edge. BG COLOR 0–3–15 Specifies the color of the background. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: MONOCOLOR Turns the video monochrome. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation Pb COLOR 0–63 Specifies the color of the edge. Pr COLOR 0–63 Specifies the color of the background. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: HUE OFFSET Changes the visual character by controlling the hue. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation VALUE 0–180–359 Specifies the reference value for hue. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. Menu List 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: SATURATION OFFSET Changes the visual character by controlling the saturation. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation VALUE -256–0–255 Specifies the reference value for saturation. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 9 SPLIT/VFX TYPE: VALUE OFFSET Changes the visual character by controlling the brightness. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation VALUE -256–0–255 Specifies the reference value for brightness. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the intensity (output level) of the video with the visual effect applied. 51 52Menu List 6: PinP PinP 1, 2 Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation PinP SOURCE HDMI 1–8, STILL 1–8 Specifies the video source of the inset screen. If MODE is “PinP 1 SOURCE” or “PinP 2 SOURCE,” you can also use the PinP SOURCE [1]–[8] buttons to switch this. PinP TYPE PinP, LUMINANCE-WHITE KEY, LUMINANCE-BLACK KEY, CHROMA KEY Specifies the type of PinP compositing. * The menu items differ for each type. 9 PinP TYPE: PinP Composites the video of the inset screen on top of the background video. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation COPY SETTINGS FROM PinP 2 (or PinP 1) EXEC Copies another PinP settings. SWAP SETTINGS FROM PinP 2 (or PinP 1) EXEC Exchanges the settings of PinP 1 and PinP 2. WINDOW Adjusts the inset screen. POSITION H -50.0–-40.0–50.0% Adjusts the inset screen’s display position horizontally. POSITION V -50.0–-40.0–50.0% Adjusts the inset screen’s display position vertically. SIZE 10.0–35.0–100.0% Adjusts the size (zoom) of the inset screen. CROPPING H 0.0–100.0% Adjusts the horizontal size of the inset screen. CROPPING V 0.0–100.0% Adjusts the vertical size of the inset screen. SHAPE RECTANGLE, CIRCLE, DIAMOND Specifies the shape of the inset screen. BORDER COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK, SOFTEDGE Specifies the color of the border for the inset screen. If this is set to “SOFTEDGE,” the edge of the inset screen is blurred. BORDER WIDTH 0–3–14 Adjusts the width of the border for the inset screen. VIEW Adjusts the video that is shown in the inset screen. POSITION H -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the horizontal position at which the inset screen is shown. POSITION V -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the vertical position at which the inset screen is shown. ZOOM 100.0–1000.0% Adjusts the zoom of the inset screen. 9 PinP TYPE: LUMINANCE-WHITE KEY Composites the video by applying a luminance key to the PinP to make its white areas transparent. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation COPY SETTINGS FROM PinP 2 (or PinP 1) EXEC Copies another PinP settings. SWAP SETTINGS FROM PinP 2 (or PinP 1) EXEC Exchanges the settings of PinP 1 and PinP 2. WINDOW Adjusts the inset screen. POSITION H -50.0–-40.0–50.0% Adjusts the inset screen’s display position horizontally. POSITION V -50.0–-40.0–50.0% Adjusts the inset screen’s display position vertically. SIZE 10.0–35.0–100.0% Adjusts the size (zoom) of the inset screen. CROPPING H 0.0–100.0% Adjusts the horizontal size of the inset screen. CROPPING V 0.0–100.0% Adjusts the vertical size of the inset screen. VIEW Adjusts the video that is shown in the inset screen. POSITION H -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the horizontal position at which the inset screen is shown. POSITION V -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the vertical position at which the inset screen is shown. ZOOM 100.0–1000.0% Adjusts the zoom of the inset screen. Menu List Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation KEY LEVEL 0–64–255 Adjusts the degree of extraction (transparency) for the key. KEY GAIN 0–255 Adjusts the degree of edge blur (semi-transmissive region) for the key. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the key’s overall density (output level). FILL TYPE BUS, MATTE If this is “MATTE,” the superimposed logo or video is filled-in with the specified color when using key compositing. The fill-in color is specified by “MATTE COLOR” listed below. MATTE COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color used when filling-in the superimposed logo or video. * This is valid when “FILL TYPE” is set to “MATTE.” EDGE TYPE OFF, BORDER, DROP, SHADOW, OUTLINE Specifies the type of edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. EDGE COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color of the edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. EDGE WIDTH 0–3–14 Specifies the width of the edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. 9 PinP TYPE: LUMINANCE-BLACK KEY Composites the video by applying a luminance key to the PinP to make its black areas transparent. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation COPY SETTINGS FROM PinP 2 (or PinP 1) EXEC Copies another PinP settings. SWAP SETTINGS FROM PinP 2 (or PinP 1) EXEC Exchanges the settings of PinP 1 and PinP 2. WINDOW Adjusts the inset screen. POSITION H -50.0–-40.0–50.0% Adjusts the inset screen’s display position horizontally. POSITION V -50.0–-40.0–50.0% Adjusts the inset screen’s display position vertically. SIZE 10.0–35.0–100.0% Adjusts the size (zoom) of the inset screen. CROPPING H 0.0–100.0% Adjusts the horizontal size of the inset screen. CROPPING V 0.0–100.0% Adjusts the vertical size of the inset screen. VIEW Adjusts the video that is shown in the inset screen. POSITION H -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the horizontal position at which the inset screen is shown. POSITION V -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the vertical position at which the inset screen is shown. ZOOM 100.0–1000.0% Adjusts the zoom of the inset screen. KEY LEVEL 0–64–255 Adjusts the degree of extraction (transparency) for the key. KEY GAIN 0–255 Adjusts the degree of edge blur (semi-transmissive region) for the key. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the key’s overall density (output level). FILL TYPE BUS, MATTE If this is “MATTE,” the superimposed logo or video is filled-in with the specified color when using key compositing. The fill-in color is specified by “MATTE COLOR” listed below. MATTE COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color used when filling-in the superimposed logo or video. * This is valid when “FILL TYPE” is set to “MATTE.” EDGE TYPE OFF, BORDER, DROP, SHADOW, OUTLINE Specifies the type of edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. EDGE COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color of the edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. EDGE WIDTH 0–3–14 Specifies the width of the edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. 53 54Menu List 9 PinP TYPE: CHROMA KEY Composites the video by applying chroma key to the PinP. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation COPY SETTINGS FROM PinP 2 (or PinP 1) EXEC Copies the another PinP settings. SWAP SETTINGS FROM PinP 2 (or PinP 1) EXEC Exchanges the settings of PinP 1 and PinP 2. WINDOW Adjusts the inset screen. POSITION H -50.0–-40.0–50.0% Adjusts the inset screen’s display position horizontally. POSITION V -50.0–-40.0–50.0% Adjusts the inset screen’s display position vertically. SIZE 10.0–35.0–100.0% Adjusts the size (zoom) of the inset screen. CROPPING H 0.0–100.0% Adjusts the horizontal size of the inset screen. CROPPING V 0.0–100.0% Adjusts the vertical size of the inset screen. VIEW Adjusts the video that is shown in the inset screen. POSITION H -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the horizontal position at which the inset screen is shown. POSITION V -50.0–0.0–50.0% Adjusts the vertical position at which the inset screen is shown. ZOOM 100.0–1000.0% Adjusts the zoom of the inset screen. KEY LEVEL 0–64–255 Adjusts the degree of extraction (transparency) for the key. KEY GAIN 0–255 Adjusts the degree of edge blur (semi-transmissive region) for the key. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the key’s overall density (output level). CHROMA Make detailed settings for chroma key. COLOR GREEN, BLUE Sets green or blue as the key color (the color to be removed). If you want a color other than green or blue to turn transparent, use “SAMPLING MARKER” to specify the key color. HUE WIDTH -30–0–30 Adjusts the hue width for the key color. HUE FINE 0–240–360 Adjusts the center position of the hue for the key color. SATURATION WIDTH -30–0–30 Adjusts the saturation width for the key color. SATURATION FINE 0–255 Adjusts the center position of saturation for the key color. SAMPLING MARKER OFF, ON If this is “ON,” a sampling marker (cross-shaped cursor) is shown on the preview output video for you to sample (detect) the key color. When you execute sampling, the setting automatically turns “OFF.” POSITION H -50–0–50% Adjusts the horizontal position of the sampling marker. POSITION V -50–0–50% Adjusts the vertical position of the sampling marker. SAMPLING EXECUTE EXEC Executes key color sampling. The “HUE WIDTH,” “HUE FINE,” “SATURATION WIDTH,” and “SATURATION FINE” settings are adjusted automatically. FILL TYPE BUS, MATTE If this is “MATTE,” the superimposed logo or video is filled-in with the specified color when using key compositing. The fill-in color is specified by “MATTE COLOR” listed below. MATTE COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color used when filling-in the superimposed logo or video. * This is valid when “FILL TYPE” is set to “MATTE.” EDGE TYPE OFF, BORDER, DROP, SHADOW, OUTLINE Specifies the type of edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. EDGE COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color of the edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. EDGE WIDTH 0–3–14 Specifies the width of the edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. Menu List 7: DSK Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation DSK SOURCE HDMI 1–8, STILL 1–8 Select the source of the logo or image that you want to superimpose. DSK TYPE Specifies the DSK type used during DSK composition. LUMINANCE-WHITE Composite using luminance key. Makes white portions transparent according to brightness. LUMINANCE-BLACK Composite using luminance key. Makes black portions transparent according to brightness. CHROMA Composite using chroma key. Makes the specified key color transparent according to hue. DSK LEVEL 0–64–255 Adjusts the degree of extraction (transparency) for the key. DSK GAIN 0–255 Adjusts the degree of edge blur (semi-transmissive region) for the key. MIX LEVEL 0–255 Adjusts the key’s overall density (output level). CHROMA Make detailed settings for chroma key. * This is valid when “DSK TYPE” is set to “CHROMA.” COLOR GREEN, BLUE Sets green or blue as the key color (the color to be removed). If you want a color other than green or blue to turn transparent, use “SAMPLING MARKER” to specify the key color. HUE WIDTH -30–0–30 Adjusts the hue width for the key color. HUE FINE 0–240–360 Adjusts the center position of the hue for the key color. SATURATION WIDTH -30–0–30 Adjusts the saturation width for the key color. SATURATION FINE 0–255 Adjusts the center position of saturation for the key color. SAMPLING MARKER OFF, ON If this is “ON,” a sampling marker (cross cursor) is shown on the preview output video for you to sample (detect) the key color. When you execute sampling, the setting automatically turns “OFF.” POSITION H -50–0–50% Adjusts the horizontal position of the sampling marker. POSITION V -50–0–50% Adjusts the vertical position of the sampling marker. SAMPLING EXECUTE EXEC Executes key color sampling. The “HUE WIDTH,” “HUE FINE,” “SATURATION WIDTH,” and “SATURATION FINE” settings are adjusted automatically. FILL TYPE BUS, MATTE If this is “MATTE,” the superimposed logo or video is filled-in with the specified color when using key compositing. The fill-in color is specified by “MATTE COLOR” listed below. MATTE COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color used when filling-in the superimposed logo or video. * This is valid when “FILL TYPE” is set to “MATTE.” EDGE TYPE OFF, BORDER, DROP, SHADOW, OUTLINE Specifies the type of edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. EDGE COLOR WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK Specifies the color of the edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. EDGE WIDTH 0–3–14 Specifies the width of the edge applied to the superimposed logo or video. 55 56Menu List 8: AUDIO INPUT INPUT1–8, AUDIO INPUT Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation INPUT LEVEL -INF–0.0–10.0dB Adjusts the input volume. INPUT MUTE OFF, ON Turns the mute function on/off. If this is “ON,” the input audio is temporarily silenced. SOLO OFF, ON Turns the solo function on/off. Only the audio for which this is “ON” is heard in the headphones. * The solo function applies to the headphone output. It does not affect output other than the headphones. EFFECT PRESET Specifies an effect preset (high-pass filter, compressor, equalizer). * When you change a preset, the settings of each effect are overwritten. DEFAULT For line input (default setting) MEETING For meetings INTERVIEW For interviews AMBIENT MIC For capturing ambient sound WINDY FIELD For capturing ambient sound in a windy area DE-ESS & POPS SOFT For reducing sibilants DE-ESS & POPS HARD For reducing plosives DELAY 0.0–500.0msec (0.0–29.9/25.0frame) Adjusts the delay time of the audio. Effect This outputs audio with a delay. HIGH PASS FILTER 75Hz OFF, ON Turns the high-pass filter on/off. Effect Cuts off unneeded low-band audio. The cutoff frequency is 75 Hz. NOISE GATE OFF, ON Turns the noise gate on/off. Effect This mutes audio that is below a specified level. THRESHOLD -80.0–-50.0–0.0dB Specifies the level used as the threshold for removing audio. Audio below the level set here is removed. RELEASE 30–380–5000ms Adjusts the length of time until the audio is fully attenuated after audio falls below the threshold. COMPRESSOR OFF, ON Turns the compressor on/off. Effect This compresses audio that exceeds a specified level. THRESHOLD -80.0–-50.0–0.0dB Specifies the level used as the threshold at which the compressor is applied. Compression is applied to audio that exceeds the threshold. RATIO 1.00: 1, 1.12: 1, 1.25: 1, 1.40: 1, 1.60: 1, 1.80: 1, 2.00: 1, 2.50: 1, 3.20: 1, 4.00: 1, 5.60: 1, 8.00: 1, 16.0: 1, INF: 1 Specifies the degree of compression applied to the audio. The state in which no compression is applied is defined as “1.” ATTACK 0.2–1–100ms Specifies the time until compression starts when audio exceeding the threshold is input. RELEASE 30–380–5000ms Adjusts the length of time until compression ends after audio falls below the threshold. AUTO GAIN OFF, ON Turns the auto makeup gain feature on/off. If this is “ON,” the final output volume level after applying the compressor is automatically adjusted according to the “THRESHOLD” and “RATIO” settings. The total of the “MAKEUP GAIN” setting value described below and the value calculated by auto makeup gain becomes the final output volume level (up to +34 dB). MAKEUP GAIN -40–0–40dB Adjusts the final output volume after applying the compressor. Menu List Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation EQUALIZER OFF, ON Turns the equalizer on/off. Effect Adjusts the tone for each frequency band. Hi GAIN -15.0–0.0–15.0dB Boosts or attenuates the high band. Hi FREQUENCY 1.0–10.0–20.0kHz Specifies the center frequency when changing the tone in the high band. Mid GAIN -15.0–0.0–15.0dB Boosts or attenuates the middle band. Mid FREQUENCY 20.0–500Hz–20.0kHz Specifies the center frequency when changing the tone in the middle band. Mid Q 0.5–1.0–16.0 Adjusts the width of the frequency band when boosting or attenuating the middle band. Lo GAIN -15.0–0.0–15.0dB Boosts or attenuates the low band. Lo FREQUENCY 20.0–500Hz–20.0kHz Specifies the center frequency when changing the tone in the low band. 57 58Menu List 9: AUDIO OUTPUT OUTPUT ASSIGN Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation AUDIO OUT Specifies the audio bus assigned to the AUDIO OUT jacks. MASTER OUTPUT Output the audio of the MAIN bus. AUX Output the audio of the AUX bus. PHONES OUT Specifies the audio bus assigned to the PHONES jack. MASTER OUTPUT Output the audio of the MAIN bus. AUX Output the audio of the AUX bus. MASTER OUTPUT Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation OUTPUT LEVEL -INF–0.0–10.0dB Adjusts the output volume. OUTPUT MUTE OFF, ON Turns the mute function on/off. If this is “ON,” the output audio is temporarily silenced. LIMITER OFF, ON Turns the limiter on or off. Effect This limits the output volume so that is does not exceed the set level. THRESHOLD 30–380–5000ms Adjusts the level that becomes the threshold at which the limiter is applied. Compression is applied to audio that exceeds the threshold. The volume level of audio that is output is limited so as to stay to below the threshold. EQUALIZER OFF, ON Turns the equalizer on/off. Effect Adjusts the tone for each frequency band. Hi GAIN -15.0–0.0–15.0dB Boosts or attenuates the high band. Hi FREQUENCY 1.0–10.0–20.0kHz Specifies the center frequency when changing the tone in the high band. Mid GAIN -15.0–0.0–15.0dB Boosts or attenuates the middle band. Mid FREQUENCY 20.0–500Hz–20.0kHz Specifies the center frequency when changing the tone in the middle band. Mid Q 0.5–1.0–16.0 Adjusts the width of the frequency band when boosting or attenuating the middle band. Lo GAIN -15.0–0.0–15.0dB Boosts or attenuates the low band. Lo FREQUENCY 20.0–500Hz–20.0kHz Specifies the center frequency when changing the tone in the low band. MULTI BAND COMPRESSOR OFF, ON Turns the multi-band compressor on/off. Effect Applies separate compressors in individual frequency band. Hi THRESHOLD -40.0–-20.0–0.0dB Specifies the threshold level at which the compressor is applied to the high band. Compression is applied to audio that exceeds the threshold. Hi RATIO 1.00: 1, 1.12: 1, 1.25: 1, 1.40: 1, 1.60: 1, 1.80: 1, 2.00: 1, 2.50: 1, 3.20: 1, 4.00: 1, 5.60: 1, 8.00: 1, 16.0: 1, INF: 1 Specifies the amount of compression applied in the high band. The state in which no compression is applied is defined as “1.” Mid THRESHOLD -40.0–-16.0–0.0dB Specifies the threshold level at which the compressor is applied to the middle band. Compression is applied to audio that exceeds the threshold. Mid RATIO 1.00: 1, 1.12: 1, 1.25: 1, 1.40: 1, 1.60: 1, 1.80: 1, 2.00: 1, 2.50: 1, 3.20: 1, 4.00: 1, 5.60: 1, 8.00: 1, 16.0: 1, INF: 1 Specifies the amount of compression applied in the middle band. The state in which no compression is applied is defined as “1.” Lo THRESHOLD -40.0–-20.0–0.0dB Specifies the threshold level at which the compressor is applied to the low band. Compression is applied to audio that exceeds the threshold. Lo RATIO 1.00: 1, 1.12: 1, 1.25: 1, 1.40: 1, 1.60: 1, 1.80: 1, 2.00: 1, 2.50: 1, 3.20: 1, 4.00: 1, 5.60: 1, 8.00: 1, 16.0: 1, INF: 1 Specifies the amount of compression applied in the low band. The state in which no compression is applied is defined as “1.” Menu List AUX Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation AUX LEVEL -INF–0.0–10.0dB Adjusts the output volume of the AUX bus. AUX MUTE OFF, ON Turns the mute function on/off. If this is “ON,” the output audio of the AUX bus is temporarily silenced. LIMITER OFF, ON Turn the limiter on/off. Effect This limits the output volume so that is does not exceed the set level. THRESHOLD 30–380–5000ms Adjusts the level that becomes the threshold at which the limiter is applied. Compression is applied to audio that exceeds the threshold. The volume level of audio that is output is limited so as to stay to below the threshold. AUX SEND Specifies the audio that is sent to the AUX bus. HDMI AUDIO OFF, ON Specifies whether the input audio of INPUT 1–8 is sent (ON) or is not sent (OFF) to the AUX bus. AUDIO IN OFF, ON Specifies whether the input audio of the AUDIO IN jacks is sent (ON) or is not sent (OFF) to the AUX bus. AUX EFFECT Specifies the type of audio that is sent from each input to the AUX bus. INPUT 1 DRY, WET INPUT 2 DRY, WET INPUT 3 DRY, WET DRY: INPUT 4 DRY, WET Sends the source audio with no effects applied. INPUT 5 DRY, WET INPUT 6 DRY, WET WET: INPUT 7 DRY, WET Sends the effect-applied audio. INPUT 8 DRY, WET AUDIO IN DRY, WET 10: AUDIO FOLLOW Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation ALL AUDIO FOLLOW OFF, ON Turns on/off the audio follow function for INPUT 1–8 in a single action. INPUT 1 OFF, ON INPUT 2 OFF, ON INPUT 3 OFF, ON Turns the Audio Follow feature on/off. INPUT 4 OFF, ON INPUT 5 OFF, ON Audio follow is a function that automatically switches the audio output in tandem with video switching. If this is “ON,” only the audio of the selected input video is output, and audio of INPUT 6 OFF, ON the other input video is automatically muted. INPUT 7 OFF, ON INPUT 8 OFF, ON AUDIO IN OFF, INPUT 1–8 Specifies the input video (INPUT 1–8) that uses audio follow for the audio of AUDIO IN. The audio of AUDIO IN is output only when the specified input video is selected. If this is “OFF,” the audio of AUDIO IN is always output regardless of the input video selection. 59 60Menu List 11: PRESET MEMORY Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation LOAD MEMORY 1–8 Selects the preset memory to load. Pressing the [VALUE] knob lets you load the preset memory. SAVE MEMORY 1–8 Selects a preset memory for saving settings. Pressing the [VALUE] knob lets you save the settings to the preset memory. * The state of the [PHONES] knob (headphone volume) is not saved in preset memory. * The following settings are common to the unit (one set for the entire unit), and therefore are not saved in preset memory. 5PRESET MEMORY menu 5CTL/EXP menu 5CAPTURE IMAGE menu 5SYSTEM menu INITIALIZE MEMORY 1–8 Selects the preset memory to be initialized. Press the [VALUE] knob to initialize the preset memory. START UP Specifies the settings loaded at startup. LAST MEMORY Restores the state that was in effect immediately before the power was turned off (Last Memory function). The current settings (Last Memory values) are saved every 4 seconds, and when you exit a menu. MEMORY 1–8 Recall the settings at the selected memory number. MEMORY PROTECT OFF, ON If this is “ON,” the preset memories are protected, and settings cannot be saved to them. PinP FADE TIME 0.0–0.5–1.0sec Specifies the time over which the PinP 1 or PinP 2 inset screen disappears/ appears when a preset memory is recalled. * If this is set to “0.0sec,” the PinP inset screen video might flicker briefly when a preset memory is recalled. LOAD PARAMETER Specifies the menu items that are applied when a preset memory is recalled. VIDEO INPUT OFF, ON VIDEO OUTPUT OFF, ON TRANSITION TIME OFF, ON MIX/WIPE OFF, ON SPLIT/VFX OFF, ON Menu items for which this is “OFF” do not change when a preset memory is PinP OFF, ON recalled. DSK OFF, ON AUDIO INPUT OFF, ON AUDIO OUTPUT OFF, ON AUDIO FOLLOW OFF, ON 12: STILL IMAGE Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation LOAD FROM USB MEMORY STILL 1–8 Loads a still image from a USB flash drive and saves it in this unit. Specifies the save-destination for the still image that is loaded from the USB flash drive. If a still image is already saved, an “ * ” is shown. When you press the [VALUE] knob, a list of the still images on the USB flash drive is shown. Select the still image that you want to load, and press the [VALUE] knob to save the still image in this unit. DELETE STILL IMAGE STILL 1–8 Here’s how to delete the still image that’s saved in the unit. Select the still image that you want to delete. Press the [VALUE] knob to delete the selected still image. Menu List 13: FREEZE Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation FREEZE OFF, ON Turns the freeze function on/off. If this is “ON,” the input video is temporarily frozen. If “FREEZE” is assigned to the USER [1] or [2] button, you can also switch this by pressing the button. TYPE Specifies the type of freeze function. ALL Freezes all video that is being input. SELECT Freezes only the specified input video. INPUT 1 ENABLE, DISABLE INPUT 2 ENABLE, DISABLE INPUT 3 ENABLE, DISABLE * This is shown if TYPE is “SELECT.” INPUT 4 ENABLE, DISABLE INPUT 5 ENABLE, DISABLE For each input, specifies whether the freeze function is enabled (ENABLE) or INPUT 6 ENABLE, DISABLE disabled (DISABLE). INPUT 7 ENABLE, DISABLE INPUT 8 ENABLE, DISABLE 14: AUTO SWITCHING Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation AUTO SWITCHING OFF, ON Turns the auto switching function on/off. If this is “ON,” the INPUT 1–8 video or preset memory are switched automatically. If “AUTO SWITCHING” is assigned to the USER [1] or [2] button, you can also switch this by pressing the button. TYPE INPUT SCAN, PRESET MEMORY SCAN, BPM SYNC Specifies the type of auto switching function. * The menu items differ for each type. 9 TYPE: INPUT SCAN Automatically switches to the video of INPUT 1–8 when the specified time elapses. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation SCAN SEQUENCE Specifies the order in which video signals are shown. * Channels that have no video input are skipped. NORMAL Switches in the order of INPUT 108. REVERSE Switches in the order of INPUT 801. RANDOM Switches randomly. SCAN TRANSITION TIME 0.0–1.0–4.0sec Specifies the video transition time. INPUT 1 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec INPUT 2 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec INPUT 3 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec INPUT 4 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec Specifies the time that the video is shown. INPUT 5 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec If this is “OFF,” video switching does not affect the input. INPUT 6 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec INPUT 7 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec INPUT 8 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec 61 62Menu List 9 TYPE: PRESET MEMORY SCAN This automatically switches between preset memories 1–8. The video and audio are switched according to the settings that are saved in each preset memory. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation SCAN SEQUENCE Specifies the order in which preset memories are switched. * Preset memories in which no settings have been saved are skipped. NORMAL Switches in the order of preset memory 108. REVERSE Switches in the order of preset memory 801. RANDOM Switches randomly. MEMORY 1 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec MEMORY 2 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec MEMORY 3 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec MEMORY 4 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec Specifies the time that the video is shown. MEMORY 5 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec If this is “OFF,” video switching does not affect the input. MEMORY 6 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec MEMORY 7 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec MEMORY 8 TIME OFF, 1–5–120sec 9 TYPE: BPM SYNC This automatically switches the video at specified BPM intervals. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation BPM 20–120–250 Specifies the BPM. MODE Specifies how the picture is switched. TRANSITION The picture switches using the currently selected transition effect (mix or wipe). CUT The picture switches instantly. SPEED x1/4, x1/2, x1, x2 Specifies the picture switching speed as a multiple of the specified BPM. Menu List 15: CTL/EXP CTL/EXP 1, 2 Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation CTL/EXP TYPE Specifies the device (footswitch, expression pedal) that is connected to the CTL/EXP jack. OFF Disables the CTL/EXP jack. CTL A & CTL B Choose this if a footswitch is connected. EXP Choose this if an expression pedal is connected. CTL A ASSIGN CTL B ASSIGN Specifies the functions that are assigned to CTL A and CTL B of the footswitch. * This is valid when “CTL/EXP TYPE” is set to “CTL A & CTL B.” N/A No function is assigned. A/PGM CH SEL 1–8 Selects the video of the specified input channel as the video sent to the A/PGM bus. B/PST CH SEL 1–8 Selects the video of the specified input channel as the video sent to the B/PST bus. AUX CH SEL 1–8 Selects the video of the specified input channel as the video sent to the AUX bus. INPUT 1–8 ASSIGN Switches the source of the specified input channel. STILL 1–8 OUTPUT Switches the output video to the specified still image. PinP 1 SRC HDMI 1–8 Switches the video shown in the PinP 1 inset screen to the video of the specified input channel. PinP 1 SRC STILL 1–8 Switches the video shown in the PinP 1 inset screen to the specified still image. PinP 2 SRC HDMI 1–8 Switches the video shown in the PinP 2 inset screen to the video of the specified input channel. PinP 2 SRC STILL 1–8 Switches the video shown in the PinP 2 inset screen to the specified still image. DSK SOURCE HDMI 1–8 Switches the source image for DSK compositing to the video of the specified input channel. DSK SOURCE STILL 1–8 Switches the source image for DSK compositing to the specified still image. CUT SW The same function as the [CUT] button. AUTO SW The same function as the [AUTO] button. TRANSITION SW The same function as the [TRANSITION] button. MODE SW The same function as the [MODE] button. SPLIT/VFX A SW The same function as the SPLIT/VFX [A] button. SPLIT/VFX B SW The same function as the SPLIT/VFX [B] button. PinP 1 PVW SW The same function as the PinP 1 [PVW] button. PinP 1 ON SW The same function as the PinP 1 [ON] button. PinP 2 PVW SW The same function as the PinP 2 [PVW] button. PinP 2 ON SW The same function as the PinP 2 [ON] button. DSK PVW SW The same function as the DSK [PVW] button. DSK ON SW The same function as the DSK [ON] button. USER 1 SW The same function as the USER [1] button. USER 2 SW The same function as the USER [2] button. H AUTO TAKE I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus. H CUT I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus as a cut. INPUT 1–8 AUDIO MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for the audio of the specified input channel. AUDIO IN AUDIO MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for AUDIO IN audio. AUDIO OUTPUT MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for AUDIO OUT audio. AUDIO AUX MUTE Turns on/off the mute function for AUX-bus audio. INPUT 1–8 AUDIO SOLO Turns the solo function on/off for the audio of the specified input channel. OUTPUT FADE LEFT The same function as turning the [OUTPUT FADE] knob to the left. OUTPUT FADE RIGHT The same function as turning the [OUTPUT FADE] knob to the right. LOAD MEMORY 1–8 Recalls the specified preset memory. 63 64Menu List Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation CTL A ASSIGN CTL B ASSIGN INPUT SCAN NORMAL Consecutively switches the input video in the order of INPUT 108 each time you press. INPUT SCAN REVERSE Consecutively switches the input video in the order of INPUT 801 each time you press. MEMORY SCAN NORMAL Consecutively switches the preset memory in the order of 108 each time you press. MEMORY SCAN REVERSE Consecutively switches the preset memory in the order of 801 each time you press. EXP ASSIGN Specifies the function that is assigned to the expression pedal. * This is valid when “CTL/EXP TYPE” is set to “EXP.” N/A No function is assigned. VIDEO FADER Slides the video fader to the top edge or bottom edge. H CUT I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus as a cut. VFX A MIX LEVEL Adjusts the density (output level) of the video that is processed by the visual effect A. VFX B MIX LEVEL Adjusts the density (output level) of the video that is processed by the visual effect B. OUTPUT FADE LEFT Turns the [OUTPUT FADE] knob counterclockwise. OUTPUT FADE RIGHT Turns the [OUTPUT FADE] knob clockwise. STILL 1–8 OUTPUT Switches the output video to the specified still image. INPUT 1–8 AUDIO LEVEL Adjusts the volume of the specified input channel. AUDIO IN AUDIO LEVEL Adjusts the volume of AUDIO IN. AUDIO OUTPUT LEVEL Adjusts the volume of AUDIO OUT. AUX OUTPUT LEVEL Adjusts the volume of AUX bus. EXP CALIBRATE ENTER * This is valid when “CTL/EXP TYPE” is set to “EXP.” Displays the EXP CALIBRATE screen. Following the direction on the screen, calibrate (adjust) the expression pedal. The first time you use the expression pedal, be sure to execute calibration so that the pedal will operate optimally. In some cases, the expression pedal might no longer be operating optimally because of the passage of time or the conditions of use. In such cases you should also execute expression pedal calibration. 16: USB MEMORY Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation RESTORE ALL SETTINGS ENTER This loads settings that are in a preset memory saved on a USB flash drive. When you press the [VALUE] knob, a list of the files in the USB flash drive appears. When you select the file that you want to recall and press the [VALUE] knob, the contents of this unit are overwritten. BACKUP ALL SETTINGS ENTER Saves the current settings as a file on the USB flash drive. When you press the [VALUE] knob, a list of the files in the USB flash drive appears. If you are saving as a new file, select “NEW FILE...” and enter a file name. If you are overwriting an existing file, select that file in the list. When you press the [VALUE] knob, the file is saved to the USB flash drive. FORMAT EXEC Formats the USB flash drive. When you press the [VALUE] knob, format is executed. Menu List 17: SYSTEM Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation HDCP OFF, ON Specifies whether HDCP is enabled (ON) or disabled (OFF). When set to “ON,” copyright-protected (HDCP) video can be input. HDCP is also added to the video that is output. * When you change the setting, the change is not applied until you press the [VALUE] knob to confirm. FRAME RATE 59.94, 50Hz Specifies the frame rate. * When you change the setting, the change is not applied until you press the [VALUE] knob to confirm. SYSTEM FORMAT 720p, 1080i, 1080p Specifies the system format for the V-8HD. * When you change the setting, the change is not applied until you press the [VALUE] knob to confirm. CUT SW ASSIGN Specifies the function of the [CUT] button. H AUTO TAKE When the video of the B/PST bus is selected, switches to the video of the A/PGM bus. H AUTO TAKE I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus. H CUT When the video of the B/PST bus is selected, switches to the video of the A/PGM bus as a cut. H CUT I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST bus as a cut. H TRANSFORM Switches to the video of the A/PGM bus as a cut only while you’re holding down the button. When you release your finger from the button, the program output video returns. AUTO SW ASSIGN Specifies the function of the [AUTO] button. AUTO TAKE I When the video of the A/PGM bus is selected, switches to the video of the B/PST bus. H AUTO TAKE I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST. CUT I When the video of the A/PGM bus is selected, switches to the video of the B/PST bus as a cut. H CUT I Switches the video between A/PGM bus and B/PST as a cut. TRANSFORM I Switches to the video of the B/PST bus as a cut only while you’re holding down the button. When you release your finger from the button, the program output video returns. PANEL OPERATION A/B, PGM/PST Specifies the operation mode for video transitions. PANEL LOCK ENTER Displays the following PANEL LOCK menu. Enable (ON) or disable (OFF) the panel lock. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation ALL SW & VOLUME OFF, ON Turns on/off the settings of the following buttons and knobs in a single action. A/PGM 1–8 SW OFF, ON Cross-point A [1]–[8] buttons B/PST 1–8 SW OFF, ON Cross-point B [1]–[8] buttons CUT SW OFF, ON [CUT] button AUTO SW OFF, ON [AUTO] button MODE SW OFF, ON [MODE] button AUX SW OFF, ON AUX [1]–[8] button PinP 1 SOURCE SW OFF, ON PinP 1 [1]–[8] button PinP 2 SOURCE SW OFF, ON PinP 2 [1]–[8] button MEMORY SW OFF, ON MEMORY [1]–[8] button TRANSITION SW OFF, ON [TRANSITION] button VIDEO FADER OFF, ON Video fader SPLIT/VFX A BLOCK OFF, ON SPLIT/VFX [A] knob/button SPLIT/VFX B BLOCK OFF, ON SPLIT/VFX [B] knob/button PinP 1 BLOCK OFF, ON PinP 1’s [POSITION H] knob, [POSITION V] knob, [PVW] button, [ON] button PinP 2 BLOCK OFF, ON PinP 2’s [POSITION H] knob, [POSITION V] knob, [PVW] button, [ON] button DSK BLOCK OFF, ON DSK’s [LEVEL] knob, [GAIN] knob, [PVW] button, [ON] button USER 1 SW OFF, ON USER [1] button USER 2 SW OFF, ON USER [2] button CAPTURE IMAGE SW OFF, ON [CAPTURE IMAGE] button OUTPUT FADE OFF, ON [OUTPUT FADE] knob 65 66Menu List Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation AUX LINKED PGM Specifies whether the same video as the PGM bus is sent to the AUX bus (AUX link). OFF Use the AUX [1]–[8] buttons to select the video of the AUX bus. AUTO LINK MANUAL LINK AUX link is enabled, and the same video as the PGM bus is sent to the AUX bus. Temporarily disabling AUX link When you press an AUX [1]–[8] button, the selection of the AUX [1]–[8] button is enabled (lit green). Re-enabling AUX link AUTO LINK When you operate the [AUTO] button etc. to switch the video of the PGM bus, AUX link is automatically enabled. MANUAL LINK When you press the AUX [1]–[8] button that is currently selected (lit green), AUX link is enabled. OUTPUT FADE ASSIGN Specifies the functions that occur when you turn the [OUTPUT FADE] knob to the left (TURN LEFT) or to the right (TURN RIGHT). TURN LEFT TURN RIGHT BLACK Fade out to black. WHITE Fade out to white. AUDIO Adjust the volume of the output audio. BLACK&AUDIO (TURN LEFT) Simultaneously apply the fade-to-black and the output audio volume adjustment functions. WHITE&AUDIO (TURN RIGHT) Simultaneously apply the fade-to-white and the output audio volume adjustment functions. STILL 1–8 OUTPUT Outputs the specified still image. USER 1 SW ASSIGN USER 2 SW ASSIGN Specifies the function of the USER [1] [2] buttons. N/A No function is assigned. FREEZE (USER 1) Turns the freeze function on/off. AUTO SWITCHING (USER 2) Turns the auto switching function on/off. BPM TAP If AUTO SWITCHING is “BPM SYNC,” you can set the BPM by tapping the button. INPUT 1–8 ASSIGN Selects the video that is assigned to the specified input. STILL 1–8 OUTPUT Outputs the specified still image. INPUT 1–8 MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for the audio of the specified input channel. AUDIO IN MUTE Turns the mute function on/off for AUDIO IN audio. OUTPUT MUTE Turns on/off the mute function for AUDIO OUT audio. AUX MUTE Turns on/off the mute function for AUX-bus audio. INPUT SCAN N Consecutively switches the input video in the order of INPUT 108 each time you press. INPUT SCAN R Consecutively switches the input video in the order of INPUT 801 each time you press. MEMORY SCAN N Consecutively switches the preset memory in the order of 108 each time you press. MEMORY SCAN R Consecutively switches the preset memory in the order of 801 each time you press. REC START/STOP Controls the recorder's video record start/stop if a recorder that supports HDMI REC TRIGGER functionality is connected. LED DIMMER 1–8 Adjusts the brightness of the LEDs. LCD DIMMER 1–8 Adjusts the brightness of this unit’s display. ON SCREEN MENU UPPER LEFT, UPPER RIGHT, LOWER LEFT, LOWER RIGHT Specifies the location of the OSD menu displayed on the multi-view monitor. TALLY FRAME OFF, ON Specifies whether the the tally frame is visible (ON) or hidden (OFF) in the multi-view monitor. AUX/PinP INDICATOR OFF, ON If this is “ON,” a symbol is shown in the CH 1–8 section of the multi-view monitor. [MODE] button Mark color Explanation AUX Green Input channel being sent to the AUX bus PinP 1 SOURCE Yellow Input channel specified as the PinP 1 source image PinP 2 SOURCE Magenta Input channel specified as the PinP 2 source image REC INDICATOR OFF, ON Specifies whether a REC indicator is shown (ON) or not shown (OFF) to indicate that the REC button has been pressed on a connected camera that supports the HDMI REC TRIGGER function. Menu List Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation AUDIO LEVEL METER OFF, ON Specifies whether the audio level meter is shown (ON) or not shown (OFF) in the multi-view monitor. AUDIO IN OFF, LOWER, UPPER Specifies whether the AUDIO IN audio level meter is shown (LOWER or UPPER) or not shown (OFF). MULTI-VIEW LABEL OFF, ON Specifies whether the label is shown (ON) or not shown (OFF) in the multi-view monitor. MULTI-VIEW LABEL EDIT HDMI 1–8, STILL 1–8 Edit the label name shown in the multi-view monitor. Press the [VALUE] knob to access the MULTI-VIEW LABEL EDIT screen. MULTI-VIEW LAYOUT Specifies the screen layout of the PVW section and PGM section shown in the multi-view monitor. PVW.PGM PGM.PVW BLACK.PGM PGM.BLACK PVW PGM PGM PVW PGM The PVW section is not shown. PGM The PVW section is not shown. OUTPUT 3 OSD ENTER Displays the following OUTPUT 3 OSD menu. Menu item Value (Bold: default) Explanation ON SCREEN MENU OFF, ON Specifies whether the menu is shown (ON) or not shown (OFF). TARRY FRAME OFF, ON Specifies whether the the tally frame is visible (ON) or hidden (OFF) in the multi- view monitor. * This is valid when “OUTPUT ASSIGN” is set to “MULTI-VIEW.” LABEL/LEVEL METER/MARK OFF, ON Specifies whether the “label,” “audio level meter,” “AUX indicator,” and “REC indicator” of the multi-view monitor are shown (ON) or not shown (OFF). * This is valid when “OUTPUT ASSIGN” is set to “MULTI-VIEW.” AUTO INPUT DETECT OFF, ON Turns the auto input detect function on/off. If this is “ON,” and the video that is being output as the program disappears, the program automatically switches to another input video. AUTO OFF OFF, ON Turns the Auto Off function on/off. If this is “ON,” the power to the V-8HD turns off automatically when all of the following states persist for 240 minutes. 5No operation performed on the V-8HD 5No audio or video input 5No equipment is connected to the OUTPUT connectors TEST PATTERN OFF, 75% COLOR BAR, 100% COLOR BAR, RAMP, STEP, HATCH Specifies the test pattern. TEST TONE OFF, -20dB@1kHz, -10dB@1kHz, 0dB@1kHz Specifies the test tone. VIDEO FADER CALIBRATE ENTER Displays the VIDEO FADER SET screen. Following the instructions on the screen, calibrate (adjust) the video fader. In some cases, because of continued use or transport, the video output might not reach 100% even if you slide the video fader all the way to the top or bottom. Execute video fader calibration in this case as well. FACTORY RESET EXEC Returns the unit to its factory defaults. VERSION — Displays the version of the system program. 67 68Menu List List of Shortcut Keys You can set the following items without entering a menu. Menu item Operation Remarks MIX/WIPE MIX TYPE Hold down the [TRANSITION] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob TRANSITION TYPE: MIX WIPE TYPE Hold down the [TRANSITION] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob WIPE DIRECTION Hold down the [TRANSITION] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [B] knob WIPE BORDER COLOR Hold pressing down the [TRANSITION] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob while TRANSITION TYPE: WIPE WIPE BORDER WIDTH Hold pressing down the [TRANSITION] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [B] knob while SPLIT/VFX A SPLIT/VFX TYPE Hold down the SPLIT/VFX [A] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob AREA SIZE BLOCK SIZE Hold down a Cross-point A [1]–[8] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob Hold down a Cross-point A [1]–[8] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob while pressing VFX/SPLIT TYPE : PART MOSAIC, BACKGROUND MOSAIC CENTER POSITION Turn while pressing the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob VFX/SPLIT TYPE : SPLIT V, SPLIT H SPLIT/VFX B SPLIT/VFX TYPE Hold down the SPLIT/VFX [B] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [A] knob AREA SIZE BLOCK SIZE Hold down a Cross-point B [1]–[8] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [B] knob Hold down a Cross-point B [1]–[8] button and turn the SPLIT/VFX [B] knob while pressing VFX/SPLIT TYPE : PART MOSAIC, BACKGROUND MOSAIC CENTER POSITION Turn while pressing the SPLIT/VFX [B] knob VFX/SPLIT TYPE : SPLIT V, SPLIT H INPUT 1–8 INPUT ASSIGN Hold down the [EXIT] button and press a Cross-point A or B [1]–[8] button Switches the still image (STILL 1–8) assigned to each input channel Appendix Troubleshooting If you suspect a malfunction, please check the following points. If this does not resolve the problem, contact a nearby Roland Service Center. Problem Items to check Action Page Video-related problems No picture is input. Could an AUX/PinP SOURCE/MEMORY [1]–[8] button Video and cross-point A or B [1]–[8] button be blinking? in a format that differs from the setting on the V-8HD is being input. Set the system format to match the connected p. 8 device. Has the video source been correctly assigned to INPUT 1–8? Specify the video source to assign to INPUT 1–8. p. 27 p. 45 Is copyright-protected (HDCP) video being input? When inputting copyright-protected (HDCP) video signals, set “HDCP” to “ON.” p. 10 Video from the computer is not displayed. Is the format of the video output from the computer The compatible with the V-8HD’s input formats? supported input formats on channels 1 through 6 are 1080p, 1080i, and 720p. Only channels 7 and 8 supports VESA- p. 8 standard resolutions. Video from the computer is corrupted. When a rapidly moving video is input from a computer, out-of-sync motion, flicker, or other picture corruption may occur. This is called “tearing,” and does not indicate an equipment malfunction. No picture is output. If the fade function is assigned to the [OUTPUT FADE] knob, Could the [OUTPUT FADE] knob be turned all the way left or right? turning the knob all the way to the left or right applies a fade to the final output video. To output the video, set the [OUTPUT p. 29 FADE] knob to the center position. Is the display connected correctly? When outputting copyright-protected an HDCP-compatible display. (HDCP) video, connect p. 10 “Snowy”-noise video is output. It is possible that the HDMI signal is not being sent and received correctly. Reconnect the HDMI cable. The colors on the monitor screen connected via HDMI are incorrect. Use VIDEO OUTPUT menu0“OUTPUT 1–3”0“COLOR SPACE” to change the setting. p. 46 Depending on the device, the color space might be interlinked with the selection of DVI or HDMI or the selected format. In such cases, changing the color space on the output device might bring about improvement for the problem. The edge of the video is cut off on the connected display Are the display settings compatible? In the case of HDMI signals, automatic overscan occurs on some displays. Change the display’s settings. Compositing a logo or video cannot be accomplished. Do the color space settings of the connected display and of the V-8HD match? Go to the DSK menu and use “KEY TYPE” to select the key type (extraction color) to match the background color of the logo or video. p. 22 Use the [LEVEL] and [GAIN] knobs to adjust the position to just p. 24 the right degree of extraction for the logo or image. Still-image cannot be imported. Has the correct key type (extraction color) been selected for DSK? Are you importing a still image whose format and Still resolution are supported by the V-8HD? images of unsupported formats or resolutions are not recognized. Prepare a still image whose format and resolution are supported by the V-8HD. p. 27 Does still image have a proper file name? Use a file name composed of no more than 8 single-byte alphanumeric characters. Also, be sure to append the “*.bmp” or “*.png” file extension. Still images without proper file names are not recognized. Audio-related Problems No audio is output. Audio volume is low. Could the volume of the connected amp or speaker be lowered? Adjust the volume appropriately. Is the volume turned down on the V-8HD? Adjust each input to an appropriate volume level. p. 30 Could the audio be muted? In the AUDIO INPUT menu, defeat muting. p. 33 Other Problems Buttons and knobs cannot be operated. Is panel lock turned on? If the [MENU] button is blinking, panel lock is on. In the SYSTEM menu item “PANEL LOCK,” turn panel lock off. p. 43 Switching is not complete even when the video fader is moved. Factors such as continued use and transportation can sometimes cause the video to fail to be switched completely. Perform calibration of the video fader. Go to the SYSTEM menu, then select and execute “VIDEO FADER CALIBRATE.” p. 67 A USB flash drive cannot be read. Has the USB flash drive been formatted on the V-8HD? The V-8HD does not recognize unformatted USB flash drives. Format the USB flash drive before using it for the first time. Operation has been tested for commonly available USB flash drives, but operation of all USB flash drives is not assured. Depending on the manufacturer and type of the USB flash drive, correct operation may not be possible. p. 39 69 70Appendix Main Specifications Roland V-8HD: HD Video Switcher 9 Video Video Processing 4:2:2 (Y/Pb/Pr), 8-bit Input Connectors INPUT 1–6 HDMI type A x 6 * HDCP supported INPUT 7–8 HDMI type A x 2 * HDCP supported * Multi-format supported Output Connectors OUTPUT 1–3 HDMI type A x 3 * HDCP supported Input Formats 720/59.94p (*1) (*3) 720/50p (*1) (*4) 1080/59.94i, 1080/59.94p, 1080/60p, 1080/29.97p, 1080/30p (*2) (*3) 1080/50i, 1080/50p, 1080/25p (*2) (*4) INPUT 1–6 1080/23.98p, 1080/24p (*2) * The input interlaced video signal is converted to progressive video signal by internal processing. (*1) SYSTEM FORMAT = 720p (*2) SYSTEM FORMAT = 1080i or 1080p (*3) FRAME RATE = 59.94 Hz (*4) FRAME RATE = 50 Hz INPUT 7–8 480/59.94i, 480/59.94p, 720/59.94p, 1080/59.94i, 1080/59.94p, 1080/60p, 1080/29.97p, 1080/30p (*1) 576/50i, 576/50p, 720/50p, 1080/50i, 1080/50p, 1080/25p (*2) 1080/23.98p, 1080/24p VGA (640×480/60Hz) SVGA (800×600/60Hz) XGA (1024×768/60Hz) WXGA (1280×800/60Hz) SXGA (1280×1024/60Hz) FWXGA (1366×768/60Hz) SXGA + (1400×1050/60Hz) UXGA (1600×1200/60Hz) WUXGA (1920×1200/60Hz) * The refresh rate is the maximum value of each resolution. * Conforms to CEA-861-E,VESA DMT Version 1.0 Revision 11. * 1920 x 1200/60 Hz: Reduced blanking * The input interlaced video signal is converted to progressive video signal by internal processing. (*1) FRAME RATE = 59.94 Hz (*2) FRAME RATE = 50 Hz Still Image Bitmap File (.bmp) Maximum 1920 x 1080 pixels, 24-bit color, uncompressed. PNG File (.png) Maximum 1920 x 1080 pixels, 24-bit color * It can be stored up to 8 files in the internal memory. * PNG α-channel not supported. Output Formats 720/59.94p (*1) (*4) 720/50p (*1) (*5) 1080/59.94i (*2) (*4) 1080/50i (*2) (*5) 1080/59.94p (*3) (*4) OUTPUT 1–2 1080/50p (*3) (*5) (*1) SYSTEM FORMAT = 720p (*2) SYSTEM FORMAT = 1080i (*3) SYSTEM FORMAT = 1080p (*4) FRAME RATE = 59.94 Hz (*5) FRAME RATE = 50 Hz OUTPUT 3 1080/59.94p (*1) 1080/50p (*2) (*1) FRAME RATE = 59.94 Hz (*2) FRAME RATE = 50 Hz Video Effects Transition CUT, MIX (DISSOLVE/FAM/NAM), WIPE (8 types) Composition PinP x 2 (SQUARE, CIRCLE, DIAMOND), SPLIT (2 types), Keyer x 2 (Luminance Key, Chroma Key), DSK (Luminance Key, Chroma Key) Others Flip horizontal, Flip vertical, Still Image Capture, Still Image Playback, Output fade (Audio, Video: WHITE or BLACK), Test pattern output Appendix 9 Audio Audio Processing Sampling rate: 24 bits/48 kHz Audio Formats Linear PCM, 24 bits/48 kHz, 2ch Input Connectors INPUT 1–8 HDMI Type A x 8 AUDIO IN RCA phono type Output Connectors OUTPUT 1–3 HDMI Type A x 3 AUDIO OUT RCA phono type PHONES Stereo miniature type Input Level AUDIO IN: -10 dBu (Maximum: +8 dBu) Input Impedance AUDIO IN: 38 kΩ Output Level AUDIO OUT -10 dBu (Maximum: +8 dBu) PHONES 92 mW + 92 mW (32 Ω) Output Impedance AUDIO OUT 1 kΩ PHONES 10 Ω Audio Effects Delay, High pass filter, Compressor, Noise gate, Equalizer, Multi-band compressor, Limiter, Test tone output 9 Others Other Connectors USB MEMORY USB A type (for USB flash drive) REMOTE USB B Type (for remote control from iPad) CTL/EXP 1/4-inch TRS phone type Other Functions Preset Memory (8 types) Panel lock function EDID Emulator Auto Switching Auto Input Detect Display 4.3 inches TFT Color LCD: 480 x 272 dots Power Supply AC Adaptor Current Draw 3.3 A Power Consumption 39.6 W Operation Temperature +0 to +40 degrees Celsius +32 to +104 degrees Fahrenheit Dimensions 317 (W) x 193 (D) x 70 (H) mm 12-1/2 (W) x 7-5/8 (D) x 2-13/16 (H) inches Weight (excluding AC adaptor) 2.0 kg 4 lbs 7 oz Accessories Startup Guide AC adaptor Power cord * 0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms * This document explains the specifications of the product at the time that the document was issued. For the latest information, refer to the Roland website. 71

72Appendix Dimensions 317 Unit: mm 635238 7 7 635238 7 7 7 817 81Appendix MIDI Implementation Model: V-8HD Date: January 28. 2020 Version: 1.03 Symbol Item Setting Range n MIDI Channel Fixed at 00H 1. MIDI Messages Received at MIDI IN 9Channel Voice Messages 7Control Change 6 Panpot (Controller Number 10) This control the position of video fader. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 0AH vvH vv = 00H–7FH (00H: bottom edge, 7FH: top edge) 6 Expression (Controller Number 11) This control the value of TRANSITION TYPE. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 0BH vvH vv = 00H–03H (MIX, WIPE) 6 Effect Control 1 (Controller Number 12) This control the value of MIX/WIPE TIME. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 0CH vvH vv = 00H–28H (0.0–4.0sec) 6 Effect Control 2 (Controller Number 13) This control the value of PinP 1 TIME. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 0DH vvH vv = 00H–28H (0.0–4.0sec) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 14) This control the value of PinP 2 TIME. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 0EH vvH vv = 00H–28H (0.0–4.0sec) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 15) This control the value of DSK TIME. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 0FH vvH vv = 00H–28H (0.0–4.0sec) 6 General Purpose Controllers 1 (Controller Number 16) This control the value of PinP 1 SOURCE. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 10H vvH vv = 00H–0FH (HDMI 1–8, STILL 1–8) 6 General Purpose Controllers 2 (Controller Number 17) This control the value of PinP 1 POSITION H. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 11H vvH vv = 0AH–64H (-50–50%) 6 General Purpose Controllers 3 (Controller Number 18) This control the value of PinP 1 POSITION V. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 12H vvH vv = 0AH–64H (-50–50%) Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 13H vvH vv = 0AH–64H (10–100%) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 20) This control the value of PinP 1 VIEW ZOOM. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 14H vvH vv = 0AH–64H (100–1000%) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 21) This control the value of PinP 2 SOURCE. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 15H vvH vv = 00H–0FH (HDMI 1–8, STILL 1–8) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 22) This control the value of PinP 2 POSITION H. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 16H vvH vv = 0AH–64H (-50–50%) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 23) This control the value of PinP 2 POSITION V. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 17H vvH vv = 0AH–64H (-50–50%) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 24) This control the value of PinP 2 SIZE. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 18H vvH vv = 0AH–64H (10–100%) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 25) This control the value of PinP 2 VIEW ZOOM. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 19H vvH vv = 0AH–64H (100–1000%) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 26) This control the value of DSK SOURCE. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 1AH vvH vv = 00H–0FH (HDMI 1–8, STILL 1–8) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 27) This control the value of DSK LEVEL. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 1BH vvH vv = 00H–7FH (Converted to 0–255)

6 General Purpose Controllers 4 (Controller Number 19) This control the value of PinP 1 SIZE. 73 74Appendix 6 Undefined (Controller Number 28) This control the value of DSK GAIN. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 1CH vvH vv = 00H–7FH (Converted to 0–255) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 29) This control the value of DSK MIX LEVEL. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 1DH vvH vv = 00H–7FH (Converted to 0–255) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 30) This control the value of SPLIT/VFX A SW. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 1EH vvH vv = 00H, 01H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 31) This control the value of SPLIT/VFX A TYPE. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 1FH vvH vv = 00H–11H (refer to p. 79) 6 Bank select (Controller Number 32) This control the value of SPLIT/VFX B SW. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 20H vvH vv = 00H, 01H (OFF, ON) 6 Modulation (Controller Number 33) This control the value of SPLIT/VFX B TYPE. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 21H vvH vv = 00H–11H (refer to p. 79) 6 Bless Controller (Controller Number 34) This control the [OUTPUT FADE] knob position (counter-clockwise) Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 22H vvH vv = 00H–3FH 6 Undefined (Controller Number 35) This control the [OUTPUT FADE] knob position (clockwise) Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 23H vvH vv = 00H–3FH 6 Foot Controller (Controller Number 36) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (INPUT 1). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 24H vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Portamento Time (Controller Number 37) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (INPUT 2). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 25H vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Data Entry (Controller Number 38) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (INPUT 3). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 26H vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Channel volume (Controller Number 39) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (INPUT 4). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 27H vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Balance (Controller Number 40) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (INPUT 5). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 28H vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 41) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (INPUT 6). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 29H vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Panpot (Controller Number 42) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (INPUT 7). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 2AH vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Expression (Controller Number 43) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (INPUT 8). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 2BH vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Effect Control 1 (Controller Number 44) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (AUDIO IN). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 2CH vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Effect Control 2 (Controller Number 45) This control the value of AUDIO OUTPUT LEVEL. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 2DH vvH vv = 00H–7FH (refer to “Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table” (p. 75)) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 52) Presses or release the [CUT] button. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 34H vvH vv = 00H, 01H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 53) Presses release the [AUTO] button. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 35H vvH vv = 00H, 01H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 54) Switches the video as “H CUT I.” Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 36H vvH vv = any (00H–7FH) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 55) Switches the video as “H AUTO TAKE I.” Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 37H vvH vv = any (00H–7FH)

Appendix 6 Undefined (Controller Number 56) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT MUTE (INPUT 1). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 38H vvH vv = 00H, 01H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 57) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT MUTE (INPUT 2). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 39H vvH vv = 00H, 02H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 58) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT MUTE (INPUT 3). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 3AH vvH vv = 00H, 03H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 59) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT MUTE (INPUT 4). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 3BH vvH vv = 00H, 04H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 60) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT MUTE (INPUT 5). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 3CH vvH vv = 00H, 05H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 61) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT MUTE (INPUT 6). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 3DH vvH vv = 00H, 06H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 62) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT MUTE (INPUT 7). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 3EH vvH vv = 00H, 07H (OFF, ON) 6 Undefined (Controller Number 63) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT MUTE (INPUT 8). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 3FH vvH vv = 00H, 08H (OFF, ON) 6 Hold 1 (Controller Number 64) This control the value of AUDIO INPUT MUTE (AUDIO IN). Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 40H vvH vv = 00H, 09H (OFF, ON) 6 Portamento Switch (Controller Number 65) This control the value of AUDIO OUTPUT MUTE. Status 2nd Byte 3rd Byte BnH 41H vvH vv = 00H, 10H (OFF, ON) 9 Control Value–Input/Output Level Correspondence Table (unit: dB) 0 -Inf 32 -33.1 64 -11.3 96 -0.3 1 -80.0 33 -32.3 65 -10.7 97 0.0 2 -76.7 34 -31.5 66 -10.3 98 0.3 3 -73.3 35 -30.8 67 -10.0 99 0.7 4 -70.0 36 -30.0 68 -9.7 100 1.0 5 -66.7 37 -29.3 69 -9.3 101 1.3 6 -63.3 38 -28.7 70 -9.0 102 1.7 7 -60.0 39 -28.0 71 -8.7 103 2.0 8 -58.6 40 -27.3 72 -8.3 104 2.3 9 -57.1 41 -26.7 73 -8.0 105 2.7 10 -55.7 42 -26.0 74 -7.7 106 3.0 11 -54.3 43 -25.3 75 -7.3 107 3.3 12 -52.9 44 -24.7 76 -7.0 108 3.7 13 -51.4 45 -24.0 77 -6.7 109 4.0 14 -50.0 46 -23.3 78 -6.3 110 4.3 15 -48.9 47 -22.7 79 -6.0 111 4.7 16 -47.8 48 -22.0 80 -5.7 112 5.0 17 -46.7 49 -21.3 81 -5.3 113 5.3 18 -45.6 50 -20.7 82 -5.0 114 5.7 19 -44.4 51 -20.0 83 -4.7 115 6.0 20 -43.3 52 -19.3 84 -4.3 116 6.3 21 -42.2 53 -18.7 85 -4.0 117 6.7 22 -41.1 54 -18.0 86 -3.7 118 7.0 23 -40.0 55 -17.3 87 -3.3 119 7.3 24 -39.2 56 -16.7 88 -3.0 120 7.7 25 -38.5 57 -16.0 89 -2.7 121 8.0 26 -37.7 58 -15.3 90 -2.3 122 8.3 27 -36.9 59 -14.7 91 -2.0 123 8.7 28 -36.2 60 -14.0 92 -1.7 124 9.0 29 -35.4 61 -13.3 93 -1.3 125 9.3 30 -34.6 62 -12.7 94 -1.0 126 9.7 31 -33.8 63 -12.0 95 -0.7 127 10.0 7Program Change This message recalls a preset memory. Status 2nd Byte CnH ppH pp = Memory number: 00H–07H (MEMORY 1–MEMORY 8)

75 76Appendix 9System Exclusive Messages Status Data Byte Status F0H iiH,ddH,...,eeH F7H F0H: Status of system exclusive message ii= ID number: This is the ID to recognize manufacturer of the exclusive message (manufacturer ID). The manufacturer ID of Roland is 41H. The ID numbers of 7EH and 7FH are expansion of MIDI standards and used as universal non-realtime message (7EH) of universal realtime message (7FH). dd,...,ee= data: 00H–7FH (0–127) F7H: EOX (end of exclusive) 7Data Request 1 (RQ1) This is the message to request of “send data” to the connected device. Specify data type and amount using address and size. When this is received, the unit sends the requested data as “Data Set 1 (DT1)” message in case the unit is in status where the sending of data is possible and requested address and size are appropriate. If not, the unit sends nothing. Status Data Byte Status F0H 41H, 10H, 00H, 00H, 00H, 54H, 11H, aaH, F7H bbH, ccH, ssH, ttH, uuH, sum Byte Explanation F0H Exclusive Status 41H Manufacturer ID (Roland) 10H Device ID 00H 1st byte of model ID (V-8HD) 00H 2nd byte of model ID (V-8HD) 00H 3rd byte of model ID (V-8HD) 68H 4th byte of model ID (V-8HD) 11H Command ID (RQ1) aaH Address upper byte bbH Address middle byte ccH Address lower byte ssH Size upper byte ttH Size middle byte uuH Size lower byte sum Checksum F7H EOX (end of exclusive) * Depending on the data type, the amount of single-time transmission is specified. It is necessary to execute data request according to the specified first address and size. Refer to the “2. Parameter Address Map” (p. 77) for address and size. * See “Example of an Exclusive Message and Calculating a Checksum” (p. 87) for checksum. 7Data Set 1 (DT1) This is the message of actual data transmission. Use this when you want to set data to the unit. Status Data Byte Status F0H 41H, 10H, 00H, 00H, 00H, 54H, 12H, aaH, F7H bbH, ccH, ddH, ..., eeH, sum Byte Explanation F0H Exclusive Status 41H Manufacturer ID (Roland) 10H Device ID 00H 1st byte of model ID (V-8HD) 00H 2nd byte of model ID (V-8HD) 00H 3rd byte of model ID (V-8HD) 68H 4th byte of model ID (V-8HD) 12H Command ID (DT1) aaH Address upper byte bbH Address middle byte ccH Address lower byte ddH Data: actual data to transmit. Multiple byte data is sent in address order. : : eeH Data sum Checksum F7H EOX (end of exclusive) * Depending on the data type, the amount of single-time transmission is specified. It is necessary to execute data request according to the specified first address and size. Refer to the “2. Parameter Address Map” (p. 77) for address and size. * See “Example of an Exclusive Message and Calculating a Checksum” (p. 87) for checksum. * Data exceeding 256 bytes should be divided into packets of 256 bytes or smaller. If you send data set 1 successively, set interval of 20 ms or longer between packets. Appendix 2. Parameter Address Map Start Address Description 00H 00H 00H Video Parameter Area 01H 00H 00H Audio Parameter Area 02H 00H 00H System Parameter Area 0AH 00H 00H Other Parameter Area 10H 00H 00H Video Parameter (Memory 1) 11H 00H 00H Audio Parameter (Memory 1) 14H 00H 00H Video Parameter (Memory 2) 15H 00H 00H Audio Parameter (Memory 2) 18H 00H 00H Video Parameter (Memory 3) 19H 00H 00H Audio Parameter (Memory 3) 1CH 00H 00H Video Parameter (Memory 4) 1DH 00H 00H Audio Parameter (Memory 4) 20H 00H 00H Video Parameter (Memory 5) 21H 00H 00H Audio Parameter (Memory 5) 24H 00H 00H Video Parameter (Memory 6) 25H 00H 00H Audio Parameter (Memory 6) 28H 00H 00H Video Parameter (Memory 7) 29H 00H 00H Audio Parameter (Memory 7) 2CH 00H 00H Video Parameter (Memory 8) 2DH 00H 00H Audio Parameter (Memory 8) 7Video Parameter Area 6 Video Input * “xxH” corresponds to the respective channels as indicated below. xxH: 00H–05H (CH1–CH6) Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H xxH 00H INPUT ASSIGN 00H–08H HDMI, STILL 1–8 00H xxH 01H FLIP H 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H xxH 02H FLIP V 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H xxH 03H BRIGHTNESS 60H–00H–1FH -32–0–31 00H xxH 04H CONTRAST 60H–00H–1FH -32–0–31 00H xxH 05H SATURATION 60H–00H–1FH -32–0–31 6 Vodeo Input (SCALER) * “xxH” corresponds to the respective channels as indicated below. xxH: 06H–05H (CH7–CH8) Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H xxH 00H INPUT ASSIGN 00H–08H HDMI, STILL 1–8 00H xxH 01H FLICKER FILTER 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H xxH 02H FLIP H 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H xxH 03H FLIP V 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H xxH 04H EDID 00H–0BH INTERNAL, SVGA(800x600), XGA(1024x768), WXGA(1280x800), FWXGA(1366x768), SXGA(1280x1024), SXGA+(1400x1050), UXGA(1600x1200), WUXGA(1920x1200), 720p, 1080i, 1080p 00H xxH 05H 06H ZOOM 00H 64H–4EH 10H 10.0–1000.0% 00H xxH 07H SCALING TYPE 00H–04H FULL, LETTERBOX, CROP, DOT BY DOT, MANUAL 00H xxH 08H 09H MANUAL SIZE H 70H 30H–00H –0FH 50H -2000–0–2000 00H xxH 0AH 0BH MANUAL SIZE V 70H 30H–00H–0FH 50H -2000–0–2000 00H xxH 0CH 0DH POSITION H 71H 00H–00H–0FH 00H -1920–0–1920 00H xxH 0EH 0FH POSITION V 76H 50H–00H–09H 30H -1200–0–1200 00H xxH 10H BRIGHTNESS 60H–00H–1FH -32–0–31 00H xxH 11H CONTRAST 60H–00H–1FH -32–0–31 00H xxH 12H SATURATION 60H–00H–1FH -32–0–31 00H xxH 13H RED 40H–00H–3FH -64–0–63 00H xxH 14H GREEN 40H–00H–3FH -64–0–63 00H xxH 15H BLUE 40H–00H–3FH -64–0–63 77 78Appendix 6 Video Output * “xxH” corresponds to the respective channels as indicated below. xxH: 08H–0AH (OUTPUT 1–3) Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H xxH 00H OUTPUT ASSIGN 00H–03H PROGRAM, PREVIEW, AUX, MULTI VIEW 00H xxH 01H COLOR SPACE 00H–02H YPbPr, RGB (0–255), RGB (16–235) 00H xxH 02H DVI-D/HDMI SIGNAL 00H–01H HDMI, DVI-D 00H xxH 03H BRIGHTNESS 40H–00H–3FH -64–0–63 00H xxH 04H CONTRAST 40H–00H–3FH -64–0–63 00H xxH 05H SATURATION 40H–00H–3FH -64–0–63 00H xxH 06H RED 40H–00H–3FH -64–0–63 00H xxH 07H GREEN 40H–00H–3FH -64–0–63 00H xxH 08H BLUE 40H–00H–3FH -64–0–63 00H xxH 09H REC CONTROL 00H–01H OFF, ON 6 TRANSITION TIME Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H 0BH 00H MIX/WIPE TIME 00H–28H 0.0–4.0sec 00H 0BH 01H PinP 1 TIME 00H–28H 0.0–4.0sec 00H 0BH 02H PinP 2 TIME 00H–28H 0.0–4.0sec 00H 0BH 03H DSK TIME 00H–28H 0.0–4.0sec 6 MIX/WIPE Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H 0CH 00H TRANS TYPE 00H–01H MIX, WIPE 00H 0CH 01H MIX TYPE 00H–02H MIX, FAM, NAM 00H 0CH 02H WIPE TYPE 00H–07H HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL, UPPER LEFT, UPPER RIGHT, LOWER LEFT, LOWER RIGHT, H-CENTER, V-CENTER 00H 0CH 03H WIPE DIRECTION 00H–02H NORMAL, REVERSE, ROUND TRIP 00H 0CH 04H WIPE BORDER COLOR 00H–08H WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK, SOFT EDGE 00H 0CH 05H WIPE BORDER WIDTH 00H–0EH 0–14 6 PinP * “xxH” corresponds to the respective channels as indicated below. xxH: 0DH–0EH (PinP 1, 2) Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H xxH 00H PGM SW 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H xxH 01H PVW SW 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H xxH 02H SOURCE 00H–0FH HDMI1–8, STILL1–8 00H xxH 03H TYPE 00H–03H PinP, LUMINANCE-WHITE KEY, LUMINANCE-BLACK KEY, CHROMA KEY 00H xxH 04H 05H POSITION H 7CH 0CH–00H 00H–03H 74H -50.0–0.0–50.0% 00H xxH 06H 07H POSITION V 7CH 0CH–00H 00H–03H 74H -50.0–0.0–50.0% 00H xxH 08H 09H SIZE 00H 64H–07H 68H 10.0–100.0% 00H xxH 0AH 0BH CROPPING H 00H 00H–07H 68H 0.0–100.0% 00H xxH 0CH 0DH CROPPING V 00H 00H–07H 68H 0.0–100.0% 00H xxH 0EH SHAPE 00H–02H RECTANGLE, CIRCLE, DIAMOND 00H xxH 0FH BORDER COLOR 00H–08H WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK, SOFT EDGE 00H xxH 10H BORDER WIDTH 00H–0EH 0–14 00H xxH 11H 12H VIEW POSITION H 00H 64H–07H 68H 10.0–100.0% 00H xxH 13H 14H VIEW POSITION V 00H 64H–07H 68H 10.0–100.0% 00H xxH 15H 16H VIEW ZOOM 00H 64H–03H 10H 100–400% 00H xxH 17H 18H KEY LEVEL 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H xxH 19H 1AH KEY GAIN 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H xxH 1BH 1CH MIX LEVEL 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H xxH 1DH CHROMA COLOR 00H–01H GREEN, BLUE 00H xxH 1EH HUE WIDTH 62H–00H–1EH -30–0–30 Appendix Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H xxH 1FH 20H HUE FINE 00H 00H–02H 68H 0–360 00H xxH 21H 22H SATURATION WIDTH 7FH 00H–00H 00H–00H 7FH -128–0–127 00H xxH 23H 24H SATURATION FINE 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H xxH 25H FILL TYPE 00H–01H BUS, MATTE 00H xxH 26H MATTE COLOR 00H–07H WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK 00H xxH 27H EDGE TYPE 00H–04H OFF, BORDER, DROP, SHADOW, OUTLINE 00H xxH 28H EDGE COLOR 00H–07H WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK 00H xxH 29H EDGE WIDTH 00H–0EH 0–14 6 DSK Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H 0FH 00H PGM SW 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H 0FH 01H PVW SW 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H 0FH 02H SOURCE 00H–0FH HDMI 1–8, STILL 1–8 00H 0FH 03H TYPE 00H–02H LUMINANCE-WHITE, LUMINANCE-BLACK, CHROMA 00H 0FH 04H 05H DSK LEVEL 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H 0FH 06H 07H DSK GAIN 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H 0FH 08H 09H MIX LEVEL 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H 0FH 0AH CHROMA COLOR 00H–01H GREEN, BLUE 00H 0FH 0BH HUE WIDTH 62H–00H–1EH -30–0–30 00H 0FH 0CH 0DH HUE FINE 00H 00H–02H 68H 0–360 00H 0FH 0EH 0FH SATURATION WIDTH 7FH 00H–00H 00H–00H 7FH -128–0–127 00H 0FH 10H 11H SATURATION FINE 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H 0FH 12H FILL TYPE 00H–01H BUS, MATTE 00H 0FH 13H MATTE COLOR 00H–07H WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK 00H 0FH 14H EDGE TYPE 00H–04H OFF, BORDER, DROP, SHADOW, OUTLINE 00H 0FH 15H EDGE COLOR 00H–07H WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK 00H 0FH 16H EDGE WIDTH 00H–0EH 0–14 6 SPLIT/VFX * “xxH” corresponds to the respective channels as indicated below. xxH: 10H–11H (SPLIT/VFX A, B) Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H xxH 00H SPLIT/VFX SW 00H–01H OFF, ON 00H xxH 01H SPLIT/VFX TYPE 00H–11H SPLIT_V, SPLIT_H, PART MOSAIC, BACKGROUND MOSAIC, FULL MOSAIC, WAVE, RGB REPLACE, COLOR PASS, NEGATIVE, COLORIZE, POSTERIZE, SILHOUETTE, EMBOSS, FIND EDGES, MONOCOLOR, HUE OFFSET, SATURATION OFFSET, VALUE OFFSET 00H xxH 02H 03H MIX LEVEL 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H xxH 04H PART MOSAIC MODE 00H–07H OFF (1x1), 4 x 4, 8 x 8, 16 x 16, 32 x 32, 64 x 64, 128 x 128, 256 x 256 00H xxH 05H 06H PART MOSAIC POSITION H 7CH 0CH–00H 00H–03H 74H -50.0–0.0–50.0% 00H xxH 07H 08H PART MOSAIC POSITION V 7CH 0CH–00H 00H–03H 74H -50.0–0.0–50.0% 00H xxH 09H 0AH PART MOSAIC AREA SIZE 00H 64H–07H 68H 10.0–100.0% 00H xxH 0BH 0CH PART MOSAIC AREA CORRECTION H 00H 64H–07H 68H 10.0–100.0% 00H xxH 0DH 0EH PART MOSAIC AREA CORRECTION V 00H 64H–07H 68H 10.0–100.0% 00H xxH 0FH BG MOSAIC MODE 00H–07H OFF (1x1), 4 x 4, 8 x 8, 16 x 16, 32 x 32, 64 x 64, 128 x 128, 256 x 256 00H xxH 10H 11H BG MOSAIC POSITION H 7CH 0CH–00H 00H–03H 74H -50.0–0.0–50.0% 00H xxH 12H 13H BG MOSAIC POSITION V 7CH 0CH–00H 00H–03H 74H -50.0–0.0–50.0% 79 80Appendix Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H xxH 14H 15H BG MOSAIC AREA SIZE 00H 64H–07H 68H 10.0–100.0% 00H xxH 16H 17H BG MOSAIC AREA CORRECTION H 00H 64H–07H 68H 10.0–100.0% 00H xxH 18H 19H BG MOSAIC AREA CORRECTION V 00H 64H–07H 68H 10.0–100.0% 00H xxH 1AH FULL MOSAIC MODE 00H–07H OFF (1x1), 4 x 4, 8 x 8, 16 x 16, 32 x 32, 64 x 64, 128 x 128, 256 x 256 00H xxH 1BH 1CH WAVE GAIN 00H 00H–01H 7FH 0–255 00H xxH 1DH WAVE TYPE 00H–07H 0–7 00H xxH 1EH RGB REPLACE TYPE 00H–05H OFF (R.G.B), B.R.G, G.B.R, R.B.G, G.R.B, B.G.R 00H xxH 1FH COLOR PASS TYPE 01H–3FH 1–63 00H xxH 20H NEGATIVE TYPE 01H–07H Pr, Pb, PbPr, Y, YPr, YPb, YPbPr 00H xxH 21H COLORIZE TYPE 00H–07H 1–8 00H xxH 22H POSTERIZE LEVEL 00H–03H 1–4 00H xxH 23H SILHOUETTE TYPE 00H–7FH 1–128 00H xxH 24H EMBOSS TYPE 00H–7FH 1–128 00H xxH 25H EMBOSS CONTRAST 00H–0FH 0–15 00H xxH 26H FIND EDGES FG COLOR 00H–0FH 0–15 00H xxH 27H FIND EDGES BG COLOR 00H–0FH 0–15 00H xxH 28H MONOCOLOR Pb COLOR 00H–3FH 0–63 00H xxH 29H MONOCOLOR Pr COLOR 00H–3FH 0–63 00H xxH 2AH 2BH HUE OFFSET VALUE 00H 00H–02H 67H 0–359 00H xxH 2CH 2DH SATURATION OFFSET VALUE 7EH 00H–00H 00H– 01H 7FH -256–0–255 00H xxH 2EH 2FH VALUE OFFSET VALUE 7EH 00H–00H 00H–01H 7FH -256–0–255 00H xxH 30H 31H SPLIT CENTER A 7CH 0CH–00H 00H–03H 74H -50.0–0.0–50.0% 00H xxH 32H 33H SPLIT CENTER B 7CH 0CH–00H 00H–03H 74H -50.0–0.0–50.0% 00H xxH 34H 35H SPLIT CENTER POSITION 7CH 0CH–00H 00H–03H 74H -50.0–0.0–50.0% 00H xxH 36H SPLIT BORDER COLOR 00H–07H WHITE, YELLOW, CYAN, GREEN, MAGENTA, RED, BLUE, BLACK 00H xxH 37H SPLIT BORDER WIDTH 00H–0EH 0–14 6 Panel Address Parameter Name Sys.Ex.Value Meaning of Value 00H 12H 00H PGM Select 00H–07H INPUT1–8 00H 12H 01H PST Select 00H–07H INPUT1–8 00H 12H 02H AUX Select 00H–07H INPUT1–8 00H 12H 03H 04H AB Fader Level 00H 00H–0FH 7FH 0–2047 00H 12H 05H AB Bus Select 00H–01H A, B


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