Contenu connexe



  1. Acknowledgment My Name is Habtamu Tadesse, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to our ALMIGHTY GOD next to our CEO Mr. SEIFE and Mr.Negasi. I also have unwavering respect for all of ENA staff members. We would like to thank you very much for your support and your understanding of this ENA StudioB&C project.
  2. Day • ARET Academy Studio and MCR B Training Description 1. Detailed description of the Electrical Block Diagram Studio and MCR B&C Electrical Block Diagram 2. Studio and MCR B&C Equipment Layout Block Diagram Studio and MCR B&C Equipment Layout Block Diagram 3. Studio B&C and MCR Video Block Diagram Detailed description of Studio B&C Video Block Diagram *Question and Answer -------------------------------------------------------------------- Day-1/ 16/11/2022 ------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM  CLASSROOM  CLASSROOM ENAAttendance 5 5 5
  3. Studio B&C and MCR Audio and Intercom Block Diagram 1. Detailed description of Studio B&C Audio and Intercom Block Diagram 2. Detailed description of MCR B&C Audio Block Diagram *Question and Answer ---------------------------- AUDIO MIXER (Part 1-2) General Representation of the MC^2 Detail description of the Audio Mixer integration inside the system PowerCore, MC^2, A-Stage48, MADI and Ravenna Connections Detail description of Audio Mixer Configuration Technical Operation on Audio console Day-2/ 17/11/2022 -------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM  CLASSROOM ENAAttendance 5 5
  4. Studio B&C and MCR Audio and Intercom Block Diagram AUDIO MIXER (Part 2-2) Detail description of the Audio Mixer Functionalities and Operativity Technical Operation on Audio console Day-3/ 18/11/2022 -------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM ENAAttendance 5
  5. Routing System (Part 1-2) General Presentation of the Ultrix and its Architecture… Input/Output—Controller—Power Supply—Network Detail description of the video router configuration… DashBoard—Tree Structure—Database—Communication Port *Question and Answer ----------------------------- Technical Operation on the router Day-4/ 21/11/2022 -------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM HANDS-ON ENAAttendance 5
  6. Routing System (Part 2-2) Description of the Multiviewer and Custom Layout Creation Routing Panels Configuration Detailed description of the router integration inside the system.. Protocol—NK-IPS—NK-GPIO—Licenses Detail description of the Emb/De-embed Signal flow *Question and Answer ----------------------------- Technical Operation on the router Day-5/ 22/11/2022 -------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM HANDS-ON ENAAttendance 5
  7. Studio and MCR B&C GPIO Block Diagram Description of studio and MCR B&C GPIO Block Diagram Video Switcher General presentation of the Carbonite video switcher Detailed description of the video switcher integration inside the system Detailed description of video switcher configuration Technical Operation on TouchDrive panel Day-6/ 23/11/2022 -------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM  CLASSROOM HANDS-ON ENAAttendance 5 5
  8. Video Switcher Detailed description of video switcher configuration *Question and Answer -------------------------- Technical Operation on TouchDrive panel Day-7/ 24/11/2022 -------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM HANDS-ON ENAAttendance 5
  9. Studio and MCR B&C Synchronism and Network Block Diagram Detailed description of Studio and MCR B&C Synch Block Diagram Detailed description of Studio and MCR B&C Lan Block Diagram SPG Configuration Modular Modulars integration inside the system block diagrams Modular Frame Layouts Dashboard and Modulars Configuration Emergency Changeover *Question and Answer --------------------------- Technical Operation on Modular Day-8/ 25/11/2022 -------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM  CLASSROOM HANDS-ON ENAAttendance 5 5
  10. General presentation of the MCR Mixer General presentation of the MCR MC1 Mixer Detailed description of the integration with the system and with the Ultrix MCR router Detail description of the integration with the system and with the ultrix MCR router Detail description of MC1 panel Operativity and Configuration *Question and Answer --------------------------- Day-9/ 28/11/2022 -------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM ENAAttendance 5
  11. Character Generator General presentation of the xPression Character Generator Detailed description of the Character Generator Configuration *Question and Answer --------------------------- Technical Operation on the Character Generator Day-10/ 29/11/2022 -------------------------------- Training  CLASSROOM ENAAttendance 5
  12. MDK-111A-M Introduction to MDK-111A-M » The MDK-111A-M is a high quality HD/SD-SDI video keyers with four internal static/animation playout channels and one external key/alpha channel. » An excellent device for keying external devices such as character generators, and graphic systems into a program feed and/or keying with four internal logo channels. » The MDK-111A-M offers full key control with shaped and unshaped keying, self key or auto key, and gain and clip control. » The Background A and B inputs allows for background dissolves and V-Fades behind the external key source.
  13. » All four inputs have line synchronization, locked to an external analog reference, to ease system timing requirements. » Four independent outputs for Program, Preview, and Clean Feed offer independent Proc-Amp control with Fade to Black capability. » The MDK-111A-M processes embedded audio on the Background A and Background B inputs. » Any audio groups present on the inputs are carried through to the outputs. » During transitions, the audio ramps smoothly between A and B sources, matching the video transition. MDK-111A-M Cont………
  14. Functional Block Diagrams Figure below is a functional block diagram of the MDK-111A-M with the 8320AR- 033 rear module.
  15. MDK-111A-M Installation Overview of the MDK-111A-M components
  16. Card-edge LEDs Description of the card-edge LEDs. Figure below Card-edge Controls Table below LEDs on the Card-edge
  17. 8320AR-033 Rear Module Cabling Overview ⁂ The 8320AR-033 rear module provides four video inputs and four programmable video outputs. *Cabling for the Input and Outputs To connect video input and output cables to the rear module. 1. Connect the appropriate input video sources to the BNC connectors on the rear module. 2. Connect the output BNC connectors as required for your facility.
  18. Configuration Instructions for configuring the MDK-111A-M using the options available in DashBoard. • Using DashBoard • Ethernet Communication Setup • Selecting the Reference Source • Configuring the Video Inputs and Outputs • Audio Mixing Configuration • Serial Communication Setup • GPI/Tally Communication Setup • LTC Communication Setup • Loading the Factory Defaults • Personality Options • Software Upgrades To launch DashBoard 1. Ensure that you are running DashBoard software version 6.2.0 or higher. 2. Launch DashBoard by double-clicking its icon on your desktop. 3. Ensure that the openGear frame with the MDK-111A-M is displayed in the Tree View located on the left-side of the DashBoard window.
  19. To access a card in DashBoard Configure MDK-111A-M in DashBoard
  20. To set up ethernet communications for the card
  21. Configuring the Video Inputs and Outputs This section outlines how to specify the format for all the card outputs.  The output must be compatible with the selected reference.  Note that the EXT KEY, and EXT ALPHA sources must be the same format as the output format. Practically we will see……………………….
  22. Media File Management Connection using FTP To access the MDK-111A-M via FTP  Have the IP address from Config-Ethernet.  Ensure an ethernet cable is plugged into the MDK-111A-M rear module. An FTP connection to the MDK-111A-M should be established by your facility IT department. The following information is required to create an FTP connection: • User Name — user • Password — password Note — The RossLinq channel in XPression must be set as a passive FTP connection in order to set up communications between XPression and the MDK-111A-M. Refer to the XPression documentation for details.
  23. To connect to the XPression via RossLinq, establish an FTP connection using the following information: • IP Address — This information is displayed in the IP Address field of the Ethernet tab in DashBoard for your card. • User Name — xpression • Password — password
  24. MC1-PANEL-16 Overview  The panel’s customizable soft-touch buttons with programmable mnemonics and instant control of up to 10 channels, with easily accessible menus that auto-follow, brings the MC1 to a whole new level—ensuring a reliable and smooth experience.
  25.  MC1 is scalable modular & Cost effective solution for master control application.  The MC1 System include Open gear based mixer keyer card which interconnected to ross routing system /Ultrix/ , creating flexible and modular, single or multichannel master control solution.  Each channel offers four program/preset buses with selectable transition types.  Four in line keyers, internal logo stores, and external key&fill input, four audio shuffling&processing as well as 2d sqeezeback effect.  A varieties of control options exists in your facilities work flows.  Touch screen based soft panel operation available using dashboard control system or 16 button ip connected physical control panel can be utilized for manual control.  Upto 10 Channels of MC1 can be controlled by a single hardware and software pannel.
  26.  Channels is also put in a gained mode that permit a simultaneous control of multiple channels of mc1 from a single panel.  This is ideal for facilities for running multiple format or multiple language channel at the same time.  In addition all function in MC1 controllable simultaneously via industrial standard automation protocol for fully automated in environment. The latest version of MC1 software include some exiting features.this includes TSL 3.1 support support for tally with combination with ultrix.
  27. SD / HD / 3G-SDI Master Control and Branding Mixer / Keyer MC1-MK-4GB Block Diagram
  28. Features  Controls up to 10 MC1 Channels from a single panel 16 Input Crosspoint buttons for Program and Preset  Multi-color source name mnemonics  Full Keyer Control  Transition control  Audio Over control  Smooth Audio gain knob.  RGB LED backlighting can be customized per channel Note:- Key and Fill is a technique used to composite graphics in broadcast vision mixers – often for video SDI signals do not carry alpha information. Hence, the alpha channel (Key) needs to lower third graphics. Physical be split into a separate video signal, with alpha being presented as luminance. Media servers have the ability to split RGBA into RGB (Fill) and A (Key) signals, with no changes to your project’s configuration. Standalone offers this functionality by sending the Key & Fill to two different video monitors/outputs.
  29. MC1-PANEL-16 Installation and Cabling Ethernet DIP Switches  DIP Switch 1 and DIP Switch 2 are used in conjunction with the DashBoard menus to set the IP Address of the MC1-PANEL-16.  Please leave DIP Switch 3 and 4 in their default (UP) positions. Ethernet Cabling  You will require a standard network CAT-5 cable to connect the MC1- PANEL-16 to your facility network. Ensure to use only the Ethernet 1 port.
  30. openGear MC1-MK Cabling Input and Reference Cabling Note:  This illustrates cabling for one MC1-MK card and one MUX- 8258 card in an OG3-FR series frame.  Our setup requirements may differ than what is presented here. The MUX-8258 is optional.
  31. Output and Ethernet Cabling
  32. Cabling Overview Cabling Overview  Figure illustrates the physical connections in a routing system that includes a Ross Ultrix router and the MC1-MK.  Routing System Workflow with a Ross Ultrix Router and an MC1- MK Communications Setup  how to configure the MC1-MK to communicate with the Ross Ultrix router.  When using the Ultrix protocol, virtual routing and a T-Bus Address of 254 are hard coded.
  33. Configuration Before You Begin Ensure that the following tasks are performed for each MC1-MK card that the MC1-PANEL-16 will communicate with: 1. Select the Sources — You must specify the video format and the reference source, and configure the outputs for each MC1-MK card that the MC1-PANEL-16 will interface with. 2. Configure the SqueezeBack feature — specifying the key order, configuring a tally/GPI for SqueezeBack. 3. Configure the Audio sources — specify which audio group is embedded for outputs, specify how much the Program bus audio level is reduced when an EAS alert is active, specify whether the audio gain level is reset, to the factory default value of 0dB during transition, configure the embedded audio sources for the Voice Over feature for audio transitions.
  34. Configuring the Ethernet Communications ⁇ Contact your IT Department before configuring the network settings on your MC1- PANEL-16.  Each MC1-PANEL-16 includes an ethernet port on the rear panel. By default, this port is enabled and configured for DHCP. • Default configuration via DashBoard — The MC1-PANEL-16 ships from the factory set to Custom User mode with DHCP selected. • Automatic Configuration using DHCP — The MC1-PANEL-16 is configured to automatically obtain network settings from a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server. • Preset Configuration using DIP switch(es) — The MC1-PANEL-16 can be forced to use specific pre-defined network settings by means of the DIP switches located on the chassis rear panel.
  35. MC1-MK-4Gb Video Configuration Screen shoot
  36. MC1-MK-4Gb-Audio Configuration Screenshot
  37. MC1-MK-4GB GPI/Tally
  38. MC1-MK-4GB Video Input Configuration
  39. MC1-MK-4Gb-Audio Configuration Screenshot
  40. Audio Overview  The MC1-MK provides the ability to independently configure the audio channel map and gain of each input (up to 16) that can be selected on the crosspoint bus, and to adjust the gain, or mute, individually, each of the 16 embedded channels.  The audio processing and shuffle settings are retained on a per crosspoint basis.  In addition, audio settings can be saved to one of four audio profiles that can be applied to any crosspoint during a TAKE transition. Figure below provides a simplified workflow diagram of the MC1-MK audio processing.
  41. MC1-MK……….
  42. Offline Mode Practically Cont……………
  43. Introducing the mc²36 System Components  The MC^2 36 is an all-in-one digital mixing console with integrated power supplies, DSP processing and I/O connections.  The console has a similar architecture, operating system and application software to other mc^2 products.  As a result, it benefits from a powerful feature-set and can be networked to the other mc2 systems.
  44. MC^2 36 • MC^2 36 Overview  Unlike other mc2 consoles, the mc^2 36 is a self-contained unit.  The integrated DSP micro-core provides a 512 x512 digital routing matrix and two physical DSP boards.  Local I/O, within the console frame, provides 32 mic/line in, 32 line out, 8 AES in, 8 AES out, 1 stereo headphone out, 8 GPIO, 1 MADI and 3 RAVENNA ports.
  45. CONTROL PANEL  Frames with 32 faders model with dual-fader section.  6 banks each with 2 layers  100mm fader + 1 freely adjustable rotary encoder (mc²36-32) + channel display for each fader with sense-triggered change of module display  TFT metering: mono, stereo or up to 7.1 including bus assignment, gain reduction for dynamics, AfV status, VCA assignment, Mix- Minus, Signal Patching, Meter selection, Automix state  GUI page output, e.g. metering, on an external monitor  10 Central user buttons, 2 Central user encoders, 1 talkback button and 2 fader user buttons with 8 functions each
  46. SIGNAL PROCESSING  256 DSP channels (160 inputs and 96 summing buses) Up to 160 inputs with A/B input, up to 96 AUX buses, up to 96 groups, up to 96 main sums, 32 Automix groups  Rapid switching of channel and bus to mono/stereo/surround Up to 32 surround channels, 128 VCA groups with metering, 256 GP channels  Surround formats: DTS&Dolby® Digital 5.1, Dolby® Pro-logic 4.0, DTS ES& Dolby® EX 6.1, SDDS 7.1, DTS-HD 7.1,diverse panning characteristics, surround aux bus  2 AFL: 1 surround 8-channel, 1 stereo and 2 PFL stereo  Modules: INMIX with MS decoder, digital amp, 2-band fully parametric filter, 4- band fully parametric EQ, 2-band fully parametric side chain filter, insert, delay up to 1800ms –switchable units: meters, milliseconds, frames.  32 Automix groups available for mono/stereo/surround channels with unlimited contributing channels each.
  47. MC^2 36 • MC^2 36 Front panel  To expand the I/O capabilities, you may connect up to three Compact I/O stageboxes, or network to other mc2 systems, via the console's RAVENNA ports.  Any source can be routed to any input channel, and any output bus or channel send routed to any destination.  In addition, you may route sources directly to destinations, for example to feed a mic/line in to an AES out.
  48. ENA MC^2 36 /32 Feeder version/
  49. Signal Flow & Processing  The DSP resources provide a mixture of input channels (INP), monitor return channels (MON), groups (GRP), main outputs (SUM) and auxiliary sends (AUX).  The exact numbers are determined by your choice of production template.  Each channel comes with either full or reduced signal processing (known as tiny channels).  This enables EQ, Dynamics, Delay, etc. to be applied to both inputs and outputs.  The production template also determines the channel type (Broadcast or Recording), and whether DSP redundancy is active.  Channels can be configured for mono, stereo or surround operation.
  50. Banks & Layers  The console supports six control surface banks (1 to 6)  each with two layers - Layer 1 and Layer 2 Think of each bank as a separate console, with fast global switching from one bank to another.  Within each bank, layers can be switched globally or individually.  This makes layers ideal for related channels.
  51. MC^2 36 Audio Console Console Reset  Productions form: folders are created to store snapshots.  Snapshots store: different mixes for recall before or during the show.  A Sequence: is a list of snapshots which can be loaded in sequence during a live show  Presets are stored independently of productions and snapshots mxGUI (Matrix GUI)  mxGUI is a Lawo software program  runs on an external computer to provide offline setup or remote operation of any mc2 system.  You can work offline to create productions, snapshots, sequences and presets which can then be transferred to the console at a later date
  52. Compact I/O (optional Stagebox) Stage box The Compact I/O is an external stagebox (5RU) providing 32 mic/line in, 32 line out, 8 AES in, 8 AES out, 8 GPIO and 1 MADI port. Up to three units may be connected via the console's RAVENNA ports. Note: If a new Compact I/O stagebox is installed, then the system configuration must be edited using AdminHD.
  53. The Control Surface
  54. Control Surface Conti….. 1 Channel Display - metering and touch-screen operation of channel assignments. 2 Fader Strips - 24* dedicated fader strips (* dependent on the frame size). 3 Central Control Section - master channel control for the selected fader (EQ, DYNAMICS, etc). 4 Central GUI - touch-screen operation of the console's setup displays. 5 Console Keyboard - space for the console keyboard and its USB port. 6 Centre Section - master controls including SCREEN CONTROL (Central GUI) navigation. 7 Headphone & USB Ports - 1 x stereo headphone out and 2 x USB ports.
  55. Central GUI Ⱶ The Central GUI (Graphical User Interface) is a high resolution touch-screen providing access to the console's setup displays. Ⱶ Settings can be adjusted via the touch-screen, trackpad and mouse keys, or console keyboard. Ⱶ The GUI is divided into the following areas:
  56. 1 Title Bar (Headline) 2.SCREEN CONTROL displays 3. Status Bar 4.Touch-screen Buttons
  57. MC^2 36 Installation SFP Module Installation o In order to use the console's rear MADI port, an optical fibre SFP transceiver must be fitted. o The SFP module determines the type of optical fibre connection. o The following transceivers can be specified at the time of order and delivered with your console: 981/60-80 - for MADI multi-mode fibre 981/60-81 - for MADI single-mode fibre
  58. SFP module is a Small Form-Factor Pluggable  An SFP module is a Small Form- Factor Pluggable. Simply put, it is a small transceiver that can send and receive data over fiber.  SFPs plug into your network switch or media converter.  They are hot-pluggable, so modules can easily be swapped in and out.
  59. Cont……….  The single mode SFP or multimode SFP means the SFP transceivers which work at different types of optical fibers,  ie single mode SFP will work with single mode fiber, while multimode SFP will work with multimode fiber.
  60. Signal Connections You should connect all external audio, network and reference signals at the rear of the console:
  61. 1 Analogue & Digital Monitoring (XLR)  LINE OUT 1 to 8 and AES OUT 1 to 4 are reserved for monitoring.  Two independent monitor outputs are supported: CRM 1 (5.1 surround) and CRM 2 (stereo).  In each case, you may connect either an analogue or digital loudspeaker system.  For digital main monitoring, connect your speaker system to AES OUT 1 to 3. Or,  for analogue main monitoring, connect your loudspeakers to LINE OUT 1 to 6.  For digital secondary monitoring, connect your speaker system to AES OUT 4. Or,  for analogue secondary monitoring, connect your loudspeakers to LINE OUT 7 & 8.
  62. 2 External Mic, Line and AES Devices (XLR)  The remaining AES IN/OUT, LINE OUT and MIC IN connectors are free for external devices such as microphones, outboard effects, playback machines and external metering. They comprise 8 AES IN (1-8); 4 AES OUT (5-8); 24 LINE OUT (9-32); 32 MIC IN (1-32*). *Note that MIC IN 32 may be reserved for talkback.  All XLR connections are electronically balanced.  AES INs and OUTs conform to the stereo AES 3 standard.  For LINE OUTs, the maximum analogue level can be adjusted to  +12, +15, +18, +21 or +24 dBu relative to digital full scale (dBFS). This is a factory-configured setting; +24dBu is recommended.
  63. 3 MADI (optical fibre via SFP Module)  The console's MADI port carries up to 64 input and output channels.  It is ideal for connecting a multitrack recorder or external multi-channel device. The connection conforms to AES 10 and is available on optical fibre LC connectors, once you have fitted the recommended SFP module.  The LOCK / ERR LED indicates the status of the MADI link: green = active; flashing red = link is asynchronous; off = no connection or link is invalid.
  64. Ethernet B (External Network) The ETHERNET B port provides a network connection to the mc236 control system.
  65. TCP/IP Configuration To establish communication, you will need to configure the TCP/IP settings for your computer’s network interface card. The following screenshots demonstrate how to do so on a computer running Windows 7 and Mac OS X:
  66. TCP/IP Configuration Cont……..
  67. IPAddress  The IP address of your computer’s network interface card must be unique, and set within the same range as that of the mc²36 control system. • You can check the IP address of your control system from the Central GUI (using the Signal Settings display).  For example, if your Lawo system's IP address =, then set your computer's IP address to Subnet Mask The Subnet Mask should be identical to that of the system. The default Subnet Mask is
  68. Operation of MC^2 36 Assigning an Input Source  On input channels, you can assign any source connected to the console's routing matrix.  This can be a local source (from the Rear Connector Panel), or a remote source (from a Compact IO stagebox or networked Lawo system).  The simplest way to assign a new source is from the Channel Display touch-screen:  Touch the channel's source label at the bottom of the display (e.g. A: INP 1), and then select a directory, subdirectory and input - for example: Local I/O -> Mic -> Mic 01. Note that sources are listed using both their system name and user label - System name / User Label:
  69.  Bus Out - the bus outputs from the console (Auxes, Groups and Sums).  Direct Out - the direct output from any other channel.  Insert Send - the insert send from any other channel.  Local IO - external sources connected to the Rear Connector Panel.  Ra-Link - external sources connected to a Compact IO stagebox (optional).  Generator - the internal signal generator (two sine wave, one pink noise and one white noise output).
  70. The Signal List Display • From the Signal List display, you can configure signal routing and edit user labels. You can also choose which input channels, groups, sums, etc. need to be mono, stereo or surround. To route a source to an input channel:  Select a source – e.g. Local I/O (Directory) -> Mic (Subdirectory) -> Mic 28. Then select the destination – e.g. Input/Mon A + B (Directory) -> A Inp 1 (Subdirectory) -> INP 28A.  Note that input channels support an A/B input switch, hence you will see both A and B INP Subdirectories.
  71. Assigning Channels to Fader Strips *To assign a single channel to a fader strip:  First, put the channel into access - you can do this either by pressing its fader SEL button (if the channel is already assigned to the surface), or using the ACCESS/ASSIGN touchscreen panel as follows: 1. On the SCREEN CONTROL front panel, press the ACCESS / ASSIGN button to switch the right of the Central GUI from Monitoring to Access/Assign functions:
  72. 2. Enter the channel type - e.g. INP for input channels - the button flashes. 3. Enter the channel number from the numeric keypad - e.g. press 2, 5 and ENTER for the number twenty five.  The channel in access is shown in the ACCESS/ASSIGN display.  With the correct channel in access, select the on-screen STRIPASSIGN button (shown opposite) - the fader SEL buttons across the console flash, in green:
  73.  Press a fader SEL to complete the assignment. the fader strip updates and the SEL button changes colour, from green to red.  Deselect the on-screen STRIPASSIGN button, or press ESC, to exit the strip assignment mode. To assign a range of channels to consecutive fader strips: Repeat the steps above to put the first channel into access - e.g INP 1. Then select the on-screen FIRST LAST button (instead of STRIPASSIGN). This time press the fader SEL on the first fader you wish to assign (e.g. strip1) followed by the fader SEL on the last fader (e.g. strip 24)
  74. Saving Settings & Next Steps  At any time you can save the current settings of the console into a new production using the Save button (on the Production List display).  Save keeps all the current settings, including any snapshot folders, and saves them under a new production name. (i.e. this operation performs a "Save As..".) 1. First, select the Production List display by pressing the PROD/FILE button located on the SCREEN CONTROL panel. 2. Then select the on-screen Save button – the current settings are saved into a new production which is given a default name (e.g. production 0012):
  75. Power Core  Scalable High-Density I/O, Mixing, Processing & Routing Engine  1RU AoIP I/O gateway, routing engine and DSP processor.  DSP resources to dramatically increase flexibiliity and capability, while shrinking costs and rack space requirements.  multiple high-density RAVENNA/AES67 and MADI interfaces.  8 modular mic, line, AES3 and DANTE interfaces to customize your signal mix.  Route it all using the internal matrix of up to 1,920 x 1,920 crosspoints.  Power Core is also a console mixing engine like no other.  60 physical plus 60 virtual faders.  Power Core can actually provide mixing services for as many as four independent control surfaces simultaneously, reducing the engine-to-console ratio as much as 75% Introduction to Power Core
  76. Overview PowerCore  To serve very large production centers, Power Core AIOX (Audio I/O Extender) adds as many as 64 more channels of audio in a slim 1RU expansion frame.
  77. PowerCore Rear Module View SOFTWARE-DEFINED FLEXIBILITY UPGRADABLE LICENSE PACKAGES  we use software to configure it for different applications.  Flexible license packages let you choose the configuration that matches your needs, whether it’s pure I/O, mixing, routing, or physical & virtual mixing interfaces.  Power Core is a powerful mixing / routing engine
  79. Contin……..  Power Core is ready for any processing job.  DSP features include equalizers with five parameters: I. three fully-parametric bands and II. two semi-parametric bands that can be high- and low-shelf filters, plus gate, expansion, limiting, compression (including) side-chain filters, realtime de-essing & AutoGain for each mic input, and pan/balance adjustments. Up to 5,280 ms of synchronization delay with switchable units (milliseconds, meters, or frames) is available.
  80. 96 DSP Channels* ™ Each channel equipped with input gain, direct out, insert, Aux send and more. EBU R128 loudness metering, too. 80 Summing Busses* ™ Use as Program, Record, Aux, Group, Mix-Minus or general purpose. Apply DSP to as many as 32 mono / 16 stereo busses. 1920 Crosspoints* ™ Available with as many as 1920 x 1920 routing crosspoints, with instant access to all audio sources, networked or local. 6 License Options* ™ Tiered software license packs let you optimize I/O, DSP, bus and routing capacities to fit your. Summary
  81. CONFIGURE IT YOUR WAY » Power Core comes standard with a staggering amount of AES67 and MADI I/O already installed. » 8 rear-panel slots accommodate a variety of I/O modules, many with high- density DB-25 connectors using the AES59 wiring standard to facilitate quick and easy hookup.
  82. 2x MADI I/O  Power Core has loads of front-panel MADI, but you can add even more! Two SFP ports provide 64 channels each. MADI I/O With SRC  SFP MADI card with sample-rate conversion supports asynchronous operation with audio sources up to 96 kHz. 8x Mic / Line In  Got mics? Of course you do. This card provides 8 switchable mic / line channels, with selectable Phantom power. 8x Analog In  Even today’s digital world still has some analog sources. The Line interface provides 8 mono or 4 stereo inputs. 8x Analog Out  8 mono or 4 stereo outputs, to interface Power Core with your legacy equipment. 4x AES3 I/O  Connect your AES / EBU devices. Each card has 4 digital inputs (with sample rate conversion) and 4 digital outputs; bit-transparent.
  83. 2x Dante I/O The perfect way to connect to Dante networks. Dual- redundant ports give access to a total of 64 Dante streams. Studio I/O The Swiss army knife of interfaces. Each card adds 2 Mic / Line in, 2 Line outputs and 2 HP outputs for on-air convenience 4x AES3id I/O AES/EBU I/O card for use with HD-BNC connections; 4 inputs with SRC, 4 outputs. Compatible with Dolby E sources; bit-transparent. Finished.
  84. Thank you so much for your Attention. Prepared By: Habtamu Tadesse ENA-Eng-Department