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4. Operation

Using the Main Menu

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The Raster Box can be enabled/disabled for an output to which a pattern is currently routed, or the Raster Box can be “preset” to appear the next time a test pattern is routed to an output.

Use the following steps to enable, disable, or preset the Raster Box.

1.From the Main Menu, select Test Patternto display the Test Pattern Menu.

2.Scroll to the “Raster Box” line and pressSEL to display the edit cursor (#).

3.Rotate the ADJUST knob and select the desired state (ON orOFF).

4.Press SEL to “accept” the new state, or pressESC to return to the current state without making changes.

At this point:

If a test pattern is currently routed to an output and you selected ON, the Raster Box will appear.

If a test pattern is currently routed to an output and you selected OFF, the Raster Box will clear.

If no test patterns are routed to any outputs and you selected ON, the Raster Box and the test pattern will appear the next time a “test pattern” route is performed.

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From the Main Menu, select Vertical Switchto display the Vertical Switching Menu.

 

 

 

 

 

VERTICAL SWITCHING

 

 

 

> Function

Enabled

 

 

Source

Ch. 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 4-15. MatrixPRO Vertical Switching Menu (sample)

The Vertical Switching Menu allows you to enable or disable vertical interval switching, and select an input lock source. Please note:

If the function is disabled, the label “[None]” appears, indicating that the switch occurs the momentTAKE is pressed — without waiting for the next frame.

If the function is enabled and a source is selected, that source is used as the switching timing reference.

Note

The response of a given downstream display device to

 

vertical interval switching depends entirely on the

 

implementation of the downstream device, and its response

 

cannot be guaranteed from MatrixPRO.

 

 

Use the following steps to enable or disable vertical switching.

1.From the Main Menu, select Vertical Switchto show the Vertical Switching Menu.

2.Scroll to the “Function” line and pressSEL to display the edit cursor (#).

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4. Operation

Using the Main Menu

3.Rotate the ADJUST knob and select the desired state (Enabled orDisabled).

4.Press SEL to “accept” the new state, or pressESC to return to the current state without making changes.

5.To choose a timing source, ensure that the function is enabled. Scroll to the “Source” line and pressSEL to display the edit cursor (#).

6.Rotate the ADJUST knob and select the desired source (Ch. 1 throughCh 8).

7.Press SEL to “accept” the new source, or pressESC to return to the current source without making changes.

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From the Main Menu, select Save Presetto display the Save Configuration Menu:

SAVE CONFIGURATION

 

> File

1

Figure 4-16. MatrixPRO Save Configuration Menu (sample)

The router’s current state (all input and output routes) can be saved to one of eight configuration files (or “presets”). For example, you can save a configuration in which all outputs are “blanked,” or a configuration in which a test pattern is routed to all outputs.

Use the following steps to save a router configuration:

1.From the Main Menu, select Save Presetto display the Save Configuration Menu.

2.Scroll to the “File” line and pressSEL to display the edit cursor (#).

3.Rotate the ADJUST knob and select the desired file (1 through8).

4.Press SEL to save the configuration in the selected file, or pressESC to exit the function without saving a configuration. When you pressSEL, the message “Saving” appears.

The input/output configuration is now saved, and can be recalled using the “recall” configuration procedure. Refer to the “Recall Configuration Menu” section on pagepage 47 for details.

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Using the Main Menu

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From the Main Menu, select Recall Presetto display the Recall Configuration Menu:

RECALL CONFIGURATION

 

> File

8

Figure 4-17. MatrixPRO Recall Configuration Menu (sample)

A stored “preset” (configuration file) containing all input and output routes can be recalled from memory and applied instantly to the router’s current state. For example, you can recall a configuration in which all outputs are “blanked,” or a configuration in which a test pattern is routed to all outputs.

Use the following steps to recall a router configuration:

1.From the Main Menu, select Recall Presetto display the Recall Configuration Menu.

2.Scroll to the “File” line and pressSEL to display the edit cursor (#).

3.Rotate the ADJUST knob and select the desired file (1 through8). Note that if a file is empty, the label “(EMPTY)” appears.

4.Press SEL to recall the configuration from the selected file, or pressESC to exit the function without recalling a configuration. When you pressSEL, the message “Recalling” appears, and the router in instantly updated with the recalled configuration.

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