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Dylan Jones
Dylan Jones

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You get the most efficient live production workflow with ATEM! The program bus is always live and allows direct source switching, so when you select a source it will immediately go on air. You can also take advantage of the advanced preview bus, which lets you make selections and preview them on a monitor using the HDMI out before putting them on air. You can see what you have ready to go on air, and take it live with a press of the cut or auto buttons! Using the preview bus helps you see the next transition source so you can confidently control your live production.




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The transition control block gives you fast access to quickly select transition styles and set timing on the fly during live production. Choose from mix, dip, wipe or even DVE transitions, then use the auto button to trigger transitions immediately when you switch sources, or use the fader bar for full manual control!


You can customize the duration of transitions, then use the auto button for smooth and perfectly timed transitions. When the auto button is turned on, switching between sources will automatically add the transition. Use auto for mix, dip, wipe, DVE and more! Auto changes to trigger transitions when set to program/preview switching.


When your program is starting, has a commercial break, or is ending, use the fade to black (FTB) button to fade all layers up or down at exactly the same rate. Fade to black is the last layer of the switcher so you can be sure every video and graphic layer, and every source, is faded cleanly together and in perfect sync!


Macros let you automate complex sequences of actions on your switcher that would be difficult to do during a live production if you have to press multiple buttons manually. You can record transitions between sources, key effects, graphics and more. Simply open the macro window, select record and operate your switcher like normal. Your actions are automatically stored in your ATEM Mini and can also be stored as XML files so you can edit and combine multiple macros together. To use a macro, just press the macro button! Macros are also available on external hardware panels so you can trigger a macro from multiple locations, as well as ATEM Software Control.


The interface of the Termite program has one large (initially empty) text area,which is called the "reception view". Above it is a set of buttons in a "buttonbar" and below it is a "transmit" line into which you can type a line of text.The utility automatically opens the RS232 port for which it was set up. It showsthe current configuration at the left in the button bar. If these are not correct,you can use the button Settings to choose a different port orconfiguration. The Settings dialog also allows you to enable/disable"local echo" and/or to append a line termination to every string that you send.


After connecting a serial cable between the PC and the remote device (or remotePC, in which case you must use a null-modem cable) and configuring the port, youcan send data by typing text in the transmit line and pressing the "Enter" key.Any data that the remote device sends, will appear in the reception view.Optionally, the text that you transmit is copied to the reception view (theoption is called "local echo", you will find in in the dialog under theSettings button). To distinguish the received data from the echoed data,the echoed text is coloured blue, whereas the received data is green.


The remaining functionality is straightforward: the Clear button clearsthe reception view, the About button gives copyright information and theClose button terminates the utility.


One "hidden" feature is the ability to disconnect the RS232 port, without terminatingthe utility. You can close an RS232 connection with a click in the status fieldin the upper left corner of the window (left of the button bar). Anotherclick on that line re-opens the connection with the current settings.You can use this to "free" the port temporarily for another application.


Closed captions are a text version, in the original language, of what's spoken in the video. When a video has a caption set, viewers can click the CC button on the player while watching a video to show the captions under the video.


Once your video has been uploaded, and you are done setting up your video, you can press the Publish now button at the bottom of the upload card. This will make the video available to those you've shared it with as soon as it's done processing. Press the title of the video on the top of the upload card to see the playback page for the video.


In March 1990, a second generation SuperGuide system was introduced that was integrated into the Uniden 4800 receiver.[5] This version had a color display and the hardware was based on a custom chip; it was also able to disseminate up to two weeks of programming information. When the user found the show of interest, they pressed a button on the remote and the receiver tuned to the show they wanted to watch. This unit also had a single button recording function, and controlled VCRs via an infrared output.[6] Available in North America, it was the first commercially available unit for home use that had a locally stored guide integrated with the receiver for single button viewing and taping. A presentation on the system was given at the 1990 IEEE consumer electronics symposium in Chicago.[7] 041b061a72


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