Configuring a GV I/O Playout IP channel

You must install GV I/O licenses before configuring the channels.
  1. Click on the Channels tab, and select the specific GV I/O channel that you want to configure.

  2. Click the Configure button.

    The Channel Configuration page displays.

  3. Click on the drop-down list and select the appropriate option for each setting:
    Setting or button Description
    Type The Channel Type selected is Playout for the GV I/O Live Ingest and Playout Server.
    Output Output signal type for the selected channel of the GV I/O Live Ingest and Playout Server. Select the channel output as below:
    • Unassigned - The channel output is set to this initial setting by default. No other settings are configurable when this option is selected.
      Note: Changing a channel's I/O configuration to Unassigned will set channel configuration information to a default state and release any SabreTooth licenses associated with the channel.
    • SMPTE 2110 - Configures the channel to use 10/25GigE SFP output. Requires the GVIO-SVR-IP license per channel and GVIO-HW-CX5 hardware configuration.
    Label The label that you can assign for the GV I/O channel.
    Channel Format Select a format of either SD, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, or 2160p.
    Aspect Ratio Select an available aspect ratio of either 4:3 or 16:9.
    Aspect Ratio Conversion Select an aspect ratio conversion for the playout channel from the list below:
    • Bars
    • Half Bars
    • Crop
    • Stretch
    Loop Select to enable or disable the Loop mode for the Playout channel
    LipSync Offset Move the slider bar between -500ms to +500ms to adjust the lip sync of clip audio relative to the video rendering during playout.
  4. If SMPTE 2110 is selected as the channel's Output, NMOS settings display as follows:

    Setting Description
    NMOS Select to enable or disable the NMOS option for the channel.
    Destination Click Browse and select the destination of the UDP file to be uploaded. This is only applicable to SMPTE 2110 option when the NMOS setting is disabled for the GV I/O channel configuration.
  5. Click Apply to save your current settings, or click Back to return to the last saved settings.

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