AZedit - Page 2. Demo AZ Edit File. AZedit Programing Guide. Two more toolbars can be turned on or off by right-clicking in the toolbar area, or from the View menu, or from the red icon in the middle of the top toolbar. Two blinking green dots in the lower right corner mean that the PC has a viable connection with an intercom.
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AZedit - Page 2. Demo AZ Edit File. AZedit Programing Guide. Two more toolbars can be turned on or off by right-clicking in the toolbar area, or from the View menu, or from the red icon in the middle of the top toolbar. Two blinking green dots in the lower right corner mean that the PC has a viable connection with an intercom. The plug and socket icon will establish a connection and upload the current file from the intercom to the PC.
From here you can edit the current config or load one from the hard drive. Main Menu - Online Load File. You can build, edit and save configuration files either on or offline with an intercom. Any changes made to the configuration will be highlighted in yellow as a reminder that they are either not yet sent or saved. The usual windows file menu, New, Open, and Save work as normal.
Most functions can also be accessed via the normal menu dropdowns. The square with dots to the right of the IP field may show available intercoms depending on the overall networking setup may not work on a virtual machine.
If so click Connect on the main toolbar. You can run multiple versions of AZ edit at the same time. You can add a desktop shortcut for each session using the second Navigation toolbar.
There's also an option to set the default frame. These are recommended changes from the RTS default installation. Click or Apply or OK to save Changes. Ports and Alphas - to create some basic point to point communication between key panels takes a few short steps. The description only appears in AZ edit. However, it's not possible to use the search key assignment function to find Input alphas.
The two top left box's display the current port and allow navigation to the other ports via number or Alpha. You can now start editing the key panel. It is necessary to have a listen function for PL's, so having an AF everywhere simplifies programming and saves time. The most common application is to group camera ports together for the Director.
PL's should always be used for non-key panel devices, such as wire converters and CCU's. PL listen keys always have to be turned on manually to listen because these devices don't have RTS data like the KP's do. A PL can also be used as a simple way for a group of KP users to communicate with each other, allowing everyone to hear everything.
It's possible to manipulate one port or multiple ports by highlighting several lines using the shift or ctrl keys. You can also sort the view by clicking at the top of each column, here it's sorted by the P-T column - see the small triangle. Clicking that button again reverses the sort in the opposite direction.
You will have to roll the scroll bar up to the top to see. Again, start by going to the Alphas IFB screen. Below is the IFB screen.
The primary function of an IFB is to route a program input to an output port, essentially forcing a crosspoint. Here we are working on IFB 1 highlighted in blue The program source is Port 1 and we are using the same port to send it back out on - but it can be any combination of IP to OP.
There's also a control for the dip level, this is how much the program feed drops when it's Interrupted, some people prefer a full cut mute, others may prefer a dip dB's.
It's also possible to set up an automatic listen source for KP's. There are 2 benefits here, it makes programming KP's quicker - not having to remember which port has which Talents mic, it's also very quick to change if a Mic goes bad or talent moves since you only have to change it in one place. Tab or Shift-Tab moves the highlighted key left or right along a row to edit programming for the individual keys. Port status shows a green heartbeat icon if a KP is connected and a headset icon if it's in head-set , not speaker mode.
Scroll Enable determines where this port can be seen for other users to program it. A drop-down arrow next to the Listen Level will toggle the view to Listen Keys. AZedit Programming - Part 2. There's also a status bar at the very bottom.
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