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MV-5 - Configuring and Operating the MV-5 Locally
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either black or entirely removed from the output image depending on the
setting of the parameter NO SIGNAL HANDLE MODE in the Output
Configuration Sub-menu.
The Follow Input setting signifies that the output HDCP encryption is turned
on (SDI and Analog are muted in this case) or off depending on the
presence or absence of HDCP on all active DVI inputs, and if the sink does
not support HDCP, then this window is muted (removed) from the output
image.
2. Follow Output. If the video acceptor (for example, a monitor) is HDCP
capable, then independently of the presence or absence of an HDCP
protected input signal, HDCP encryption on the DVI output is turned on (but
in this case, the SDI and analog outputs are available only if HDCP is absent
on all DVI inputs).
If the video acceptor does not support HDCP, the HDCP encryption on the
DVI output is turned off and simultaneously all DVI inputs become HDCP
non-capable. In this case, the responsibility for content protection remains
completely on the source, as it sees its video acceptor (that is, the MV-5 DVI
input) as not being HDCP capable. All other outputs (SDI and analog) are
available.
3. HDCP on output: ON. The HDCP encryption on the DVI output is turned on,
independently of the presence or absence of HDCP protected input signals.
This mode can be used to protect content created on the MV-5 from being
copied on the DVI output.
4. HDCP on output: OFF. The HDCP encryption on the DVI output is turned
off and simultaneously all five DVI inputs become HDCP non-capable. In this
case, the responsibility for content protection remains completely on the
source, as it sees its video acceptor (that is, the MV-5 DVI input) as not
being HDCP capable. All other outputs (SDI and analog) are available.
To select the RGsB format for Analog HD output:
1. Press Menu.
The last used sub-menu is displayed.
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