- HD / SD Camcorders
- Camera Systems
- HD Decks, Recorders and VTRs
- Professional Media
- Switchers and IP Live
- Production Monitors
- Professional Audio
One of the unique and very powerful features of MVS-8000G Series and MVS-6000 Switchers is that a format conversion capability can be incorporated simply by adding the MKS-8450G Format Converter Board. This option provides up-conversion and downconversion between HD (1080i and 720P) and SD ( 480i and 576i), and cross-conversion between 1080i and 720P at both inputs and outputs. By adding the MKS-8450G Format Converter Board, format conversion for eight inputs and two outputs becomes available.
The MVS-8000G Series, MVS-6000, and DVS-9000 Series share the same control panels, which have been designed with special care and attention. A lineup of three control panels is available: the customizable CCP-8000 Series and two simple and practical control panels, the CCP-6000 Series and CCP-9000 Series.
Each M/E on the MVS-6000 is equipped with four keyers*, allowing sophisticated layering from a single M/E. Separate from the main fader, each keyer has its own auto-transition controls, which allow users to insert or remove keys on an individual basis with independent wipes, DME wipes, and dissolves. For further flexibility, each keyer in every M/E also offers chroma keying and color vector keying, eliminating restrictions of selectable key types. These fully featured M/Es allow total interoperability of effects on all M/Es.
*The Simple P/P only has two keyers and does not support chroma keying.
Two-channel full-featured Primary and Secondary Colour Correction is optionally available for the MVS-6000.
The MVS-6000 also allows, the Colour Corrector to be applied to the video outputs of the internal M/E or P/P banks.** This ability allows studio monitors placed, for example, beside newscasters to provide true colour reproduction when included in the camera shot.
* For the MVS-6000, both an optional Frame Memory Board MKS-8442G and Colour Corrector Software BZS-6420 are required.
** This function causes 1H delay.
The Resizer function in the MVS-6000, allows superb simple 2D DME effects to be supported through two out of four M/E keyers. This function can be activated for DME wipe transition, and keyframes too. A variety of effects - such as Wipe, and Defocus - can be applied to resized images. All these effects can be created without the use of an external DME, bringing great advantages for both simple operation and minimized system cost.
The MVS-6000 provides a high-capacity "frame memory system" that enables video frames to be captured and stored as still images. The system also allows a sequence of frames to be recorded as a video clip (called a "frame memory clip"). The frame memory system for the MVS-6000 system consists of a single, optional MKS-8442G Frame Memory Board.
Having a dedicated button for each function on the MVS-6000 is handy, but this switcher takes operational convenience a step further. The MVS-6000 makes it easy to program macros. Using the multi-function FlexiPad module, users can simply record operational sequences, then store and assign them to any desired button.
Macros are extremely useful in live environments when time is critical and there is no tolerance for making operational mistakes. Not only can macros record complex panel operational sequences, but menu operation can also be recorded as a macro.
Macros can be edited either directly from the control panel or by using the touch-screen menu display. Once programmed, macros can be executed in several ways. In addition to the easy Recall/Run from the FlexiPad module macros can be triggered via the panel or on a timeline to execute automatically in a sequence.
With simple settings the MVS-6000 provides Clip Transition effects that enable transition, together with audio, using a frame memory clip. When doing a clip transition, a computer-generated image such as a logo moves across the picture, from one side to the other, while the transition is performedbehind it. This Clip Transition effect is beneficial for sports broadcasting operations at, for example, football and basketball games.
This sophisticated effect can be performed with simple settings. The user is required only to select a frame memory clip, and determine two points: the start and stop point of backgrounds to meet the clip movement.
Various types of transition such as Mix, Wipe, DME Wipe, and Preset Colour Mix can be applied in a background transition according to the motion of the clip. This transition can be operated both backwards and forwards with the fader lever. In addition, a Clip Transition can be performed with audio when using the Auto Transition button.