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Training Manual – MX20

Training Manual – MX20 VP-MX20/VP-MX20H /VP-MX20P/VP-MX20R VP-MX20C/VP-MX20CH/VP-MX20CN Camcorder Biz team Product R&D Lab MX20 PJ System

VP-MX20/VP-MX20H/VP-MX20P/VP-MX20R

VP-MX20C/VP-MX20CH/VP-MX20CN

Training Manual – MX20 VP-MX20/VP-MX20H /VP-MX20P/VP-MX20R VP-MX20C/VP-MX20CH/VP-MX20CN Camcorder Biz team Product R&D Lab MX20 PJ System

Camcorder Biz team Product R&D Lab MX20 PJ System Division

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INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
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BASIC BASIC FEATURES FEATURES
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Compact Memory Camcorder Easy to Shoot / Upload Powerful Video Performance Recording for long time

Core Core Competitiveness Competitiveness
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▶ Easy PC connectivity ▶ Flash Memory Card (mechanically robust) ▶ Low Power Consumption Feature Feature
▶ Easy PC connectivity
▶ Flash Memory Card (mechanically robust)
▶ Low Power Consumption
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H.264( MPEG4 part 10/AVC) , 720x576) 34x Optical Zoom Lens 800K pixel CCD 2.7”, 112K pixel wide LCD screen MMC+ / SDHC slot Built-in Memory (Option), 16:9Wide recording Hyper DIS

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Model code

VP-MX20

VP-MX20H

VP-MX20P

VP-MX20R

VP-MX20CD

VP-MX20C

VP-MX20CH

Format

H.264(MPEG4/AVC)

Resolution

720x576/60i

Optical Zoom / Digital Zoom

34x / 1200x

CCD

800K

LCD

2.7", 112K

Viewfinder

None

Audio (movie / voice rec.)

AAC

Image Stabilizer

Hyper D.I.S

USB

USB 2.0

Memory Card Slot

SD/SDHC / MMC+

Built-in Memory

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8GB

8GB

8GB

Recording Time (Best Quality)

Approx. 24 min.(1GB)

JPEG Recording Size to Memory

-

JPEG Multi Display

6

Light / Nite Pix / C.Nite Shuuter / Strobo

- / - / O / -

AV / S.Jack / Ext.Mic / H.phone

O / - / - / -

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O / GUI / -

Multi Lang. / Batt. Check / Instant On

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Cradle

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Battery Pack

IA-BP85

Carrying Case / Pouch

Option / O

S-Cable / Scart Jack

-

/ -

UV Coating Color

Black&Silver

White

Purple

Red

Brown

Black&Silver

White

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Accessories

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- You can’t contol volume when you plug AV cable into the camcorder.

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4-1 Preparing Setup 4-1-1 Before you start

1) Before making adjustments, identify function of each button involved with changing the Adjust mode2) When changing the Adjust mode item, please press UP/DOWN/LEF T/RIGHT/OK button. 3) Press the OK button to enter the menu or select the Adjust mode' value. 4) To escape from the 'Adjust mode' value, use the MENU button. 5) You should turn off and on again to check changed value.

4-1-2 Adjust' button function table

Buttons

Description

OK (Confirm)

Stores changed value in the adjustment and auto adjustment mode.

UP (Address Up)

Changes mode(Address) in the adjustment state.

DOWN (Address Down)

Changes mode(Address) in the adjustment state

LEFT (Data Down)

Changes data in the adjustment state.

RIGHT (Data Up)

Changes data in the adjustment state.

MENU (Address Up in 0x10 step)

Changes mode(Address) in the adjustment state

REC2 (Address Down in 0x10 step)

Changes mode(Address) in the adjustment state

MODE (Data Up in 0x10 step)

Changes data in the adjustment state.

* When you replace ASSY-CAMERA or PCB board, you need to adjust each part again, due to the fact that EEPROM remembers the confirmed adjustment value. Therefore, re-adjustment is necessary for data-saving when replacing.

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4-1-3 AdJUST mode' button function tab

Entering Adjust mode : You should push OK keywith LCD Enhancer keytogether for 5 sec.

LCD Enhancer KEY
LCD Enhancer KEY
OK KEY
OK KEY
  • 4. 4. MX20-Adjust

MX20-Adjust Mode

Mode

[Step 1]

1) Connect the power to camcorder. 2) Select the Video Record mode

[Step 2]

3) Press the OK key and LCD Enhancer Key for 5 second at the same time. 4) You can directly access to Adjust Mode.

[Step 3]

After finishing the control adjustments, escape from the setup m ode by pressing the BACK on highest mode.

To store the set value, reset the power.

4. 4. MX20-Adjust MX20-Adjust Mode Mode [Step 1] 1) Connect the pow er to camcorder. 2)
  • 5. 5. Camera

Camera Adjustment

Adjustment

5. Camera Function Adjustment

Note: When you replace ASSY-CAMERA or PCB board, you need to adjust e ach part again, due to the fact that EEPROM remembers the confirmed adjustment value. Therefore, re-adjustment is necessary for data-saving when replacing. - Those parts are needed to be re-adjustment after replacing Lens Assy or PCB BOARD. 1) Auto Hall 2) Auto Iris 3) Auto White Balance (3100K) 4) Auto White Balance (5100K) 5) Lens

5.1 Auto HALL Level Adjustment

1) The camera should be in "E-E" mode (Video Record). 2) Connect the A/V Cable to TV. 3) After entering the adjust mode, press the OK button in CAMERA" menu. 4) Press the OK button by finding Hall with the UP/DOWN button. (HALL is set basically.)

7) In this case,

  • - DSP opens IRIS and finds the highest value of HALL.

  • - DSP closes IRIS and finds the lowest value of HALL and stores data value.

8) Adjustment completed!" displays after finishing setup. Finis h it by pressing the OK button.

  • 5. 5. Camera

Camera Adjustment

Adjustment

5.2 Auto IRIS Level Adjustment

1) The camera should be in "E-E" mode (Video Record). 2) Connect the A/V Cable to TV. 3) After entering the adjust mode, press the OK button in CAMERA" menu. 4) Press the OK button by finding Hall with the UP/DOWN button. (IRIS is set basically.) 7) In this case,

  • - DSP opens IRIS and finds the highest value of IRIS.

  • - DSP closes IRIS and finds the lowest value of IRIS and stores data value. 8) Adjustment completed!"displays after finishing setup. Finish it by pressing the OK button.

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Camera Adjustment

Adjustment

5.3 Auto White Balance Adjustment (3100K)

1) The camera should be in "E-E" mode (Video Record). 2) Connect the A/V Cable to TV. 3) After entering the adjust mode, press the OK button in CAMERA" menu.

4) Press the OK button by finding WB3100 with the UP/DOWN butto n. 5) Make the camera situated in the 3100°K gray scale chart and make the intensity of illumination

  • 1500 ~ 2000 Lux.

    • - Press the OK button by finding "WB 3100" with the UP/DOWN butt on.

6) Check the white point coming to the center of display at the vector scope. 7) After entering the setup mode, press the OK button in Adjustment completed!menu.

5.4 Auto White Balance Adjustment (5100K)

1) The camera should be in "E-E" mode (Video Record). 2) Connect the A/V Cable to TV. 3) After entering the adjust mode, press the OK button in CAMERA" menu.

4) Press the OK button by finding WB3100 with the UP/DOWN butto n. 5) Make the camera situated in the 5100°K gray scale chart and make the intensity of illumination

  • 1500 ~ 2000 Lux.

    • - Press the OK button by finding "WB 3100" with the UP/DOWN butt on.

6) Check the white point coming to the center of display at the vector scope. 7) After entering the setup mode, press the OK button in Adjustment completed!menu.

  • 5. 5. Camera

Camera Adjustment

Adjustment

5.5 Auto LENS Adjustment

1) The camera should be in "E-E" mode (Video Record). 2) Connect the A/V Cable to TV. 3) After entering the adjust mode, press the OK button in CAMERA" menu. 4) Press the OK button by finding LENS with the UP/DOWN button. 5) Press the OK button after finding "Lens 3m" with the UP/DOWN button. - Don't force the zoom and focus lens when setup. 6) "Adjustment completed!" displayed when it s finished. Finish it by pressing the menu button.

5. 5. Camera Camera Adjustment Adjustment 5.5 Auto LENS Adjustment 1) The camera should be in
5. 5. Camera Camera Adjustment Adjustment 5.5 Auto LENS Adjustment 1) The camera should be in
  • 6. 6. MX20-PJ

MX20-PJ System

System

6.1 OS Update

6.1 The process for updating Flash memory ( OS IMG, MICOM IMG)

1) You should download 2 Image files from SEC SVC site for updating MX20 system. - The example of file names could be :

(1) MX20_DSP_Vx.xx_080701.bin

(OS IMG)

(2) MX20_MICOM_Vx.xx_080701.bin (Micom IMG) 2) Format SD card (capacity should be over 512MB) using MX20 camcorder. 3) Copy downloaded two files into formatted SD card using computer. 4) Turn on MX20 Set. (No SD card inserted) 5) Insert copied SD card into MX20 set 6) When pop up Change storage to cardappears, push Yes7) When pop up Update MX20 F/W ?appears, push Yes8) When pop up Update MICOM F/W ?appears, push Yes

9) After finishing Micom update, it turns off automatically. 10) Turn on the MX20 set and Initialize EEPROM data. (1) Enter into the Adjust mode: Ok key + LCD Enhancer key (You can see 4. Adjust mode) (2) Choose : EEPROM => EEPROM CAMINIT

  • - You can Reinitialize All EEPROM data except CAMERA setting.

  • - If you Changed MAIN PCB or ASSY-CAMERA , You should choose EEPROM ALL INITthen proceed Camera Adjustment (See 5. Camera adjustment)

★ Caution! :

- Do not try updating in battery mode. It should be updated after getting connected to the AC adapter. -Getting power off while updating may cause a whole loss of the OS.

  • 6. 6. MX20-PJ

MX20-PJ System

System

  • 6.2 Block Diagram

6. 6. MX20-PJ MX20-PJ System System 6.2 Block Diagram
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  • 8. 8. Technical

Technical Terms

Terms

ITU-R BT 656

Recommendation Interface standard of digital television system operating on 525-line and 625-line and complying with the 4:2:2 encoding parameters as defined in Recommen-dation ITU-R BT.601. It defines blanking, sync word, video multiplexing format connecting to parallel and serial interface, electrical characteristics of interface, and etc.

EXIF The EXIF (Exchangeable Image File) format is used by nearly all digital cameras to store
EXIF
The EXIF (Exchangeable Image File) format is used by nearly all digital
cameras to store extended camera information. It contains infor mation about
the time and date that an image was taken, together with exposu re
information such as ISO-speed, sh utter time and aperture used. When an
image is compressed by EXIF it stores the information in the he ader of each
JPEG file. This means that any program that supports JPEG files, which
includes all web browsers and image editing applications can read the
information. Current EXIF standard is Exif2.2. Also MX2 product supports
Exif 2.2.
www.exif.org
  • 8. 8. Technical

Technical Terms

Terms

MPEG

MPEG is the acronym of Moving Picture Experts Group, and means standard of video & audio compression in general. The official name of MPEG is ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29 WG11.

MPEG-1: First standard of video and audio. It used as standard of Video CD. MP3 audio compression format belong to this MPEG1. MPEG-2: Standard for television broadcasting. It is employed in digital satellite broadcasting and digital cable broadcasting, DVD. MPEG-3: Proposed for HDTV, discontinued by emerging with MPEG-2 standard. MPEG-4: This MPEG4 enables object coding and defines by dividing its specification into profiles and levels. It includes 3D contents, low bite rate encoding, supporting of digital intellectual rights management. MPEG-7: This standard focuses how to store multimedia contents and h ow to search the contents. Therefore it defines various feature of multimedia and its management. MPEG-21: This is described as Multimedia Framework, also this standard focuses intellectual rights.

MPEG Operation

MPEG Codec uses loss compression. In this loss code, the sample of video and audio divided into slice and converted to frequency domain, quantized. These are coded by entropy coding method. In moving picture codec - MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, before code video image, it is constructed with only previous images. The difference between current image and constructed image is coded. MPEG defines bit stream format and decoder. Encoder isnt defined, and provide the reference to make valid bit stream. Therefore, MPEG 4 decoder is possible to decide all MPEG4 bit stream regardless of its encoder.

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H.264 (MPEG-4 PART10/AVC)

H.264 is a standard for video compression. It is also known as MPEG-4 Part 10, or MPEG- 4 AVC (for Advanced Video Coding). It is one of the latest block -oriented motion-estimation- based codecs developed by the ITU-T Video Coding Experts Group (VCEG) together with the ISO/IEC Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) as the product of a partnership effort known as the Joint Video Team (JVT). The ITU-T H.264 standard and the ISO/IEC MPEG-4 Part 10 standard (formally, ISO/IEC 14496-10) are jointly maintained so that they have identical technical content. The final drafting work on the first version of the standard was completed in May 2003.

The intent of the H.264/AVC project was to create a standard capable of providing good video quality at substantially lower bit rates than previous standards (e.g. half or less the bit rate of MPEG-2, H.263, or MPEG-4 Part 2), without increasing the complexity of design so much that it would be impractical or excessively expensive to implement. An additional goal was to provide enough flexibility to allow the standard to be applied to a wide variety of applications on a wide variety of networks and systems, including low and high bit rates, low and high resolution video, broadcast, DVD storage, RTP/IP packet networks, and ITU-T multimedia telephony systems. The standardization of the first version of H.264/AVC was compl eted in May of 2003. The JVT then developed extensions to the original standard that are kno wn as the Fidelity Range Extensions (FRExt). These extensions enable higher quality video coding by supporting increased sample bit depth precision and higher-resolution colo r information, including sampling structures known as YUV 4:2:2 and YUV 4:4:4. Several other features are also included in the Fidelity Range Extensions project, such as adaptive switching between 4×4 and 8×8 integer transforms, encoder-specified perceptual-based quantization weighting matrices, efficient inter-picture lossless coding, and support of additional color spaces. The design work on the Fidelity Range Extensions was completed in July of 2004, and the drafting work on them was completed in September of 2004.