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VIP-X – Control Room Routing Platform and Modular Multi-Image Display System
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Maestro System Manger View Display Manager Layout View System Configuration Window Resolution View Resolution View – Advanced Setup System Configuration Window Severity View Objects Form Clock Templates Monitor Object Right Click Menu Monitor Object Property Window Monitor Objects Components Phase Bars Monitor Objects Components Status Options Monitor Objects components diagram Fault Object Property Sheet Define Fault Message Trigger Form Tally Object Property Sheet Interior View of Clock Digital Clock Object Property Sheet Global Preset Setup Form Common Key Bindings Shortcut Keys System Manager Shortcut Keys Device Manager Shortcut Keys Display Manager Shortcut Keys Preset Catalog Shortcut Keys Matched descriptions to Maestro v1.
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EVERTZ MVP MAESTRO SOFTWARE
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Maestro – iv Revision 1. This chapter describes the operation and features of the Maestro graphical design client. If this is the first use of this software, a dialogue window will appear indicating no systems have been defined. The following system creation dialogue will appear: Setup for VIP Figure Setup for MVP Figure Maestro – 2 Revision 1.
For convenience, data transfer is simplified without the need to re-create all the VIP systems by transferring the contents of the system folders using the following instructions: Copy these folders over to your freshly installed VIP Maestro on the other computer – in the same evergz location 4.
Copy this file over to your freshly installed VIP Maestro on the other computer — in the same directory location 7. Opens the selected system to the Display Manager Window. View the hardware that makes up the selected system, and provides the option to upgrade the firmware for the selected VIP or MVP modules.
Utility to add additional systems to configuration screen. Provides a text field to change the name of the previously created system. Utility to select all previously created systems, then, view system hardware specifications.
See MVP or hardware manual for further upgrade details. The display manager displays all of the logical displays in the system. If the system selected is a Everttz then only a single display object will be visible, if the selected system is a MVP then several displays may be visible. Select a display and right click to access the following options: Display Manager View View Design: Option to load a previously created preset; this option opens a dialogue window from which maestrl preset can be selected.
Option to load a recently mqestro preset. Save the current preset under the current name identifier. Save the current preset for future recall under the same or a new name identifier. Option to select more than 1 display, if present in this Window. Option to clear the output display of the selected display.
Option to change the name of the display. Menu to change the background appearance of the selected display. When loading a previously created preset, it must have been created for the VIP. It is not possible to use a reset created for the MVP system. This includes the arrangement of these displays maedtro well as the look of the displays different display icons.
The following instructions can be used to modify the display view: Maestro – 6 Revision 1. Use edit function to rename sources.
Drag and Drop audio monitoring Status Console Provides system feedback when designing recalling layouts Figure Design Canvas View Tool Bar: See section below maedtro description of each icon. Video and clock objects. Select layer to add objects to, use checkbox to select visibility of each layer. Drag and drop headphones used to select an input to monitor audio. Provides system feedback when designing layouts.
Properties presented for objects on design canvas. Lists all inputs in the system. Use the edit button to re-name input labels in Maestro.
File Drop-down Menu Figure File Menu View Load…: Select a preset from the preset catalog and load it. Save the current layout to the preset catalogue.
Save the current design under a new name or directory. Sends the configuration, as created on the design canvas to the module for display this is only available for the VIP series product line, veertz option is not applicable for MVP. Edit Drop-down Menu Figure Edit Menu View Maestro – 8 Revision 1.