Sony Serial Tally and GV Editor Protocol are available giving control to the major functions of the switchers.
Ethernet port for IP Control
Sony Serial Tally IP and GV IP Control are available giving a full control of the switchers.
Grass Valley Kayenne / K-Frame / K-Frame X / S-Series / V-Series
Ross Carbonite / Acuity
Kahuna Switchers are compatible with both Sony & GV Editor protocols through Serial control.
All Sony’s switchers support basic control but extended control requires BZPS-7700 option to be enabled on the SCU/SIU. Please contact your Sony support to enable the option which is completely independent of LiveEdit.
6 RS422-A for Odetics, VDCP, VTR (BVW75) and
DME (Sony’s Multi Video Effects)
2 Ethernet for IP Control of remote cameras (Panasonic and Sony), OSC devices or Art-Net devices
1 DIN-5 input and 1 DIN-5 output of 16 channels each.
8 contacts are available through a D-sub 25 connector.
16 GPI and 16 GPO are available with the LiveIO extension device anywhere through LiveNet.
1 XLR input to receive LTC timecode data from an external player (like a protools for example)
1 XLR output to generate a LTC master timecode
4 HD-SDI outputs up to 1080p60
1 HD-SDI input for recording rehearsals
1 Fill/Key HD-SDI output for program overlay and rehearsals replay
4 HD-SDI inputs and 4 HD-SDI outputs on 1080i50/60 and 1080p50/60
1 HD-SDI output
1 HD-SDI output and 1 HDMI output for LiveEdit monitoring in the control room
1 BNC input for blackburst or HD Tri-Level sync input
Note : it’s strongly recommended to sync LiveEdit Producer with the production gallery to get the most accuracy with the switcher
1 BNC input for very precise audio applications
Note : if not connected, the video reference input is used
1x Ethernet for internet
1x 10 Gigabit Ethernet for LiveNet