[Application]

Set EDIUS operations.

[Color Space]

Set show/hide or sorting order of color space, etc. used on EDIUS.

[Color Space] setting is reflected in the following contents.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [Color Space].

3) Set each item.

(1)

[Preset List]

Display color space presets in a list.

  • Right-clicking on an item line enables to set items displayed in [Preset List].

  • Pointing the mouse cursor on a preset displays the information on the preset on the tooltip.

[Use]

Switch the show/hide setting of presets.

[Name]

The names and types of presets are displayed. There are the following two types of presets.

: Indicated for system preset color spaces preinstalled on EDIUS. Editing is only allowed for preset names, and the presets cannot be deleted.

: Indicated for user preset color spaces added by the user.

  • Setting a preset shows that allows editing of the preset name.

    A system preset color space name that has been edited has “*” in the end of the preset name.

  • To restore its original name, click on , leave the text entry field blank, and press [Enter] on the keyboard.

[Gamma] *1

Display the preset gamma.

[Gamut] *1

Display the preset gamut.

[Matrix] *1

Display the preset matrix.

[Default Range] *1

Display the preset range.

(2)

[Import]

Import the setting file (XML format) of [Preset List].

(3)

[Export]

Export [Preset List] to a setting file (XML format).

(4)

[Duplicate]

Copy a preset.

  • Select a preset to copy, and click [Duplicate]. A new user preset color space is created with the name “Copy - Original preset name”.

(5)

[Delete]

Delete a preset.

  • Select a preset to delete, and click [Delete].

  • System preset color spaces cannot be deleted.

(6)

[Up]/[Down]

Sort the presets.

  • Selecting a preset from [Preset List] and clicking [Up] or [Down] moves up or down the selected preset.

  • Dragging and dropping a preset to move to a destination can also change the sort order.

(7)

[Back to default]

Restore the default setting.

*1 The setting of a system preset color space can be changed by clicking .

For [Matrix] and [Default Range], when an item except for [Default] is selected, “*” appears in the end of the setting value.

4) Click [OK].

[Proxy]

You can select the size of the proxy file that is created when proxy is edited.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [Proxy].

3) Set each item.

[Proxy Size]

Proxy size can be selected from three types: [Large], [Medium], and [Small].

[Large]

The proxy size is 1920x1080.

[Medium]

The proxy size is 960x540.

[Small]

The proxy size is 352x240.

Note

  • Proxy file can be created only once. It cannot be re-created with different setting.

  • If the setting has been changed while creating the proxy file, the changed setting will be applied at the time, and the creation of the file will be continued.

[Audio Monitoring Mode]

Set audio output default value for monitoring on the Player or Recorder.

Audio Monitoring

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [Audio Monitoring Mode].

3) Set each item.

[Player]

[Default]

Set the default value of the audio monitoring mode for the Player when the project starts.

When [Off] is selected, the project starts without setting the audio monitoring mode.

[ChannelMap - Monaural]

Specify the default value by channel map when [Custom] is selected in [Audio Monitoring Mode] and monaural clip is played back. To change the clip to be played back on the Player to stereo, right-click on the track patch of the source channel and click [Audio Source Channel (Stereo)] * .

[ChannelMap - Stereo]

Specify the default value by channel map when [Custom] is selected in [Audio Monitoring Mode] and stereo clip is played back. To change the clip to be played back on the Player to monaural, right-click on the track patch of the source channel and click [Audio Source Channel (Stereo)] * .

[Recorder]

[Default]

Set the default value of the audio monitoring mode for the Recorder when the project starts.

When [Off] is selected, the project starts without setting the audio monitoring mode.

[Channel map]

Specify the default value by channel map when [Custom] is selected in [Audio Monitoring Mode].

* When [Audio Source Channel (Stereo)] is set, a check mark appears on the menu item.

4) Click [OK].

[Playback]

Set playback operations.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [Playback].

3) Set each item.

[Stop Playback at Frame Drop]

Stop the playback when playback processing cannot keep up with the playback speed.

[Playback Buffer Size]

Specify the size of the buffer used for realtime playback.

[Buffered Frames Before Playback]

Set the number of frames buffered when starting playback. When playback stops because it cannot keep up with the speed just after playback is started, the situation may be improved by increasing the number of frames.

4) Click [OK].

[Capture]

Set EDIUS capture operations, processing at automatic detection of events, and other operations.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [Capture].

3) Set each item.

[Margin]

Set the length of the margin added at In and Out points at capture operation.

[Confirm Reel Name Setting after Setting Device Preset]

After a device preset is selected in the [Select Input Device] dialog box at a capture operation, the dialog box for setting the reel name appears.

[Confirm File Name at Capture]

Check and set the file name at a capture operation. If you select [Before Capture], you can set the destination and file name before performing capture. If you select [After Capture], you can set the destination and file name after capture is finished.

[Load to Player after Capture]

Play back the file created after capture automatically.

[Correct Audio Errors Automatically]

Correct audio errors automatically at a capture operation.

[Set file names for 2 file Capture]

If you create 2 files for the L side (for left eye) and the R side (for right eye) with 2 streams at stereoscopic source capture, set the suffix for the file name for L and R sides.

[Automatic Detection of Capture Events]

Select the conditions for automatically inserting cuts in files at capture operation. Cut insertion conditions are as follows:

  • [At Timecode Break]

  • [When Aspect Ratio Changes]

  • [When Sampling Rate Changes]

  • [When the recorded Time Date Changes]

[When an Event is Detected]

Select how cut positions are processed.

If you select [Divide Files], files are divided at the cut position. If you check [Group Divided Files as Sequence], multiple divided files are registered to the bin as a single sequence clip.

If you select [Add Marker], a clip marker is set at the cut position.

[Deck Control after Capture]

Select the deck state after capture operation from the list.

4) Click [OK].

[Render]

Set the reference of rendering options or the timing to delete rendering files.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [Render].

3) Set each item.

[Render Options]

Set the conditions of a rendering option (load area). For example, if you check [Filters] and a rendering option is set, when a filter is applied to a clip placed on the timeline, the area of that clip changes color to orange. By unchecking [Filters], the area will not change color to orange. By default, all items below are checked.

Color Coding of Time Scale

[Filters]

Select video filters as the rendering target.

[Transition/CrossFades]

Select transitions and title mixers as the rendering target.

[Key/Transparency]

Select key effect and transparency (when changed from the default) as the rendering target.

[Speed Change]

Select clips that feature any speed adjustments from the default value of 100% as the rendering target.

[Contents that are not in the Project Format]

Select clips matching any of the following formats as the rendering target:

  • Frame size different from that in the project

  • Aspect ratio different from that in the project

  • Frame rate different from that in the project

  • Field order different from that in the project

  • Compression format different from format handled by codec specified in the project settings

  • Clip including alpha information

[Render Decisions]

A loaded area is determined when the buffer becomes less than the set value in [Buffer Left: Fewer than] while playback.

[Buffer Left: Fewer than]

Set the left of buffer value to be referenced for rendering decisions.

[Delete Invalid Rendered Files]

Select the timing to delete rendering files.

4) Click [OK].

[Profile]

Register editing environments as profiles and manage these profiles.

Editing Environment Management

[Project Preset]

Create new project presets and manage project presets or project templates.

Project Preset/Project Template

[Loudness Meter]

You can register reference to be used at the loudness measurement as a preset.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [Loudness Meter].

3) Select a loudness meter in the preset list and set each item.

4) Click [Register].

5) Click [OK].

[Loudness Meter] Screen

(1)

Preset list

A list of presets is displayed.

A “*” mark will be displayed in front of the name of the preset that is set as default, which will be used as the reference for loudness measurement and normalization.

(2)

[Add]

Add a preset.

(3)

[Delete]

Delete a preset.

(4)

[Register]

Register the preset as configured.

(5)

[Import]/[Export]

Import/export the setting file for the loudness meter.

(6)

[Preset Name]

Enter the name of the preset.

(7)

[Momentary Gating Block Size]

Enter the measurement time for the momentary value.

(8)

[Short-term Gating Block Size]

Enter the measurement time for the short-term value.

(9)

[Overlap]

Enter the overlap value.

(10)

[Meter range]

Set the meter range.

(11)

[Group 1]/[Group 2]

Set the output channel assignments for L/R/C/LS/RS channels.

Both [Group 1] and [Group 2] can be set so that measurement is performed on two lines simultaneously.

[Downmix]

Select the downmix calculation formula from the list.

(12)

[Save as default]

Select a preset in the preset list and click [Save as default] to set the selected preset as default.

(13)

[Relative Gating threshold]

Enter the relative gating block level.

(14)

[Target Level]

Enter the target level.

(15)

[Tolerance]

Set the value for the allowable tolerance.

[Source Browser]

Set the transfer destination used when importing a file from the source browser.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [Source Browser].

3) Set each item.

[File transfer folder]

Specify the transfer destination of the file. If [Custom folder] is selected, click [Browse] and specify a transfer destination.

[Create folder with date]

Check this item to create the date folder in the folder set in [File transfer folder].

[File transfer folder path]

Display the path of the transfer destination. “%MediaType%” is the name of the source media to be transferred by the source browser.

4) Click [OK].

[File export]

Make a setting to delete the last frame when exporting a file in 720/60p or 720/50p so that the number of the frames will be even. This setting is applied to export and batch export operations.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [File export].

3) Set each item.

[Round off to even frame when exporting 60p/50p.]

Check this item to delete the last frame when exporting a file in 60p/50p so that the number of the frames will be even.

4) Click [OK].

[SNFS QoS]

Restrict the SNFS bandwidth when loading files from the K2 Media server. This function allows to easily load a file without affecting the other operations.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Application] tree, and click [SNFS QoS].

3) Set each item.

[Enable QoS.]

Check this item to restrict the SNFS bandwidth.

Drive list

The list of SNFS drives appears.

[Add]

Click this item to display the [QoS] dialog box, then add an SNFS drive.

[QoS] Dialog Box

[Del]

Delete an SNFS drive from the drive list.

[Modify]

Change the SNFS drive settings.

4) Click [OK].

[QoS] Dialog Box

[Drive]

Select a drive to restrict the bandwidth.

[Bit Rate]

Set the upper limit of the bandwidth.

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