Hardware Setting Guide

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EDIUS
Hardware Setting Guide
July 31, 2006
Copyright © 2006 Canopus Co., Ltd.
All rights reserved.
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Introduction
This document describes the hardware settings for DVStorm series, DVStormXA (including
EDIUS DVX), DVRaptorRT2, or EDIUS SP/NX PCI-X/NX PCI-e. The hardware settings for
EDIUS vary depending on the mounted devices. So, check your system configuration and
perform the settings appropriately according to this document. If DVStorm series, DVStormXA,
DVRaptorRT2, or EDIUS SP/NX PCI-X/NX PCI-e is mounted, you can select any of devices shown
in the Output Device in the Project Setting and those in the Input Device in the Input Setting.
Project Setting (Ex. When if DVStorm XA is mounted)

Input Setting (EX. When if DVStorm XA is mounted)

DVStorm Series Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
DVStormXA Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
DVRaptorRT2 Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
EDIUS SP Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
EDIUS NX PCI-X/PCI-e Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
For Users Using OHCI and DVStorm Series/DVStormXA/DVRaptorRT2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
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DVStorm Series Settings
The "StormBay Input" dialog box appears only when optional StormBay is mounted.
System Settings
Video Standard
Select a TV system suitable for a video signal.
NTSC
A TV system used commonly in Japan or North America. If this is
selected, the setup level can be specifed in the output setting.
PAL
A TV system adopted in Europe and China.
RT Bufers
Select the buffer value for realtime playback. Larger number set
provides easier realtime playback, but it requires more system memory
space. A restricted user cannot change the RT bufer size.
Use cueup
command if DV
deck has
To enable the CueUP function of the DV deck, check this option.
Default To return the options marked with * to the default settings, click this button.
Notes
WhenyouhavechangedthesettingsforVideoStandardorRTBufers,besureto
quitEDIUSandrestartthePC.
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Output Settings
DV Format
Select an encoding format for hardware DV codec. Select DVCAM for
exporting the timecode.
Setup Level
Select a setup level for an analog output. The setup level refers to a
reference signal level for black color in a TV video signal system. The setup
level can be specifed when NTSC has been selected in Video Standard in
the system setting.
0IRE (for Japan)
A signal level for NTSC adopted in Japan. Select it usually.
7.5IRE
A signal level for NTSC used in North America etc. To use DVStrom in
combination with any overseas video device, select it.
SyncRec
Start
Timing
To specify the delay of the start of recording by a DV deck from the start
of playback by a PC in the number of frames. The default setting is '5'. This
means that the start of recording by a deck is fve frames later than the
start of playback by a PC.
SyncRec
End Timing
To specify the delay of the end of recording by a DV deck from the end of
playback by a PC in the number of frames. The default setting is '-5'. This
means that the end of recording by a deck is fve frames ahead of the end
of playback by a PC.
Record
Position
Some of DV devices overwrite several frames before the frame paused
at SyncRec when restarting recording. In this case, correct the record
start position by specifying it in the number of steps. If '0' is specifed, the
position is not corrected.
Default To return the options marked with * to the default settings, click this button.
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Back Panel Input
Input Mapping
Select a video signal to be input into the input terminal of the DVStorm
series board.
Brightness
Contrast
Hue
Saturation
Sharpness
Set the parameters for the selected signal. Drag the slider to set or enter
a value in the text box.
Setup Level
Select a setup level for an analog input. The setup level refers to a
reference signal level for black color in a TV video signal system. The
setup level can be specified when NTSC has been selected in Video
Standard in the system setting.
0IRE (for Japan)
A signal level for NTSC adopted in Japan. Select it usually.
7.5IRE
A signal level for NTSC used in North America etc. To use DVStrom in
combination with any overseas video device, select it.
Default
To return the options marked with * to the default settings, click this
button.
5
StormBay Input
The "StormBay Input" dialog box appears only when optional StormBay is mounted.
Input Mapping Select a video signal to be input into the input terminal of StormBay.
Brightness
Contrast
Hue
Saturation
Sharpness
Set the parameters for the selected signal. Drag the slider to set or enter
a value in the text box.
Setup Level
Select a setup level for an analog input. The setup level refers to a
reference signal level for black color in a TV video signal system. The
setup level can be specified when NTSC has been selected in Video
Standard in the system setting.
0IRE (for Japan)
A signal level for NTSC adopted in Japan. Select it usually.
7.5IRE
A signal level for NTSC used in North America etc. To use DVStrom in
combination with any overseas video device, select it.
Default To return the options marked with * to the default settings, click this button.
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Overlay Settings
Video Overlay
Method
Change the overlay display method when the overlay is not displayed correctly.
Faster Performance
The system load is reduced to the lowest level. It is impossible to control
the timing to a PC monitor and, therefore, tearing is caused. A screen is
updated per feld. If it is not correctly displayed in "Type 3", try "Type 2"
and "Type 1" in order. Select "Type 3" to display in the highest speed.
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2
DVStormXA Settings
* DVStormXA (including EDIUS DVX) is shown as 'DVX-E1' in EDIUS or the device manager.
System Settings
Video Standard
Select a TV system suitable for a video signal.
NTSC
A TV system used commonly in Japan or North America. If this
is selected, the setup level can be specifed in the output setting.
PAL
A TV system adopted in Europe and China.
RT Bufers
Select the bufer value for realtime playback. Larger number set
provides easier realtime playback, but it requires more system
memory space.
Use cueup command
if DV deck has
To enable the CueUP function of the DV deck, check this option.
Default
To return the options marked with * to the default settings, click
this button.
Notes
WhenyouhavechangedthesettingsforVideoStandardorRTBufers,besureto
quitEDIUSandrestartthePC.
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Output Settings
DV Format Select DVCAM to defne "Locked Audio" setting to ON, and DV to OFF.
Setup Level
Select a setup level for an analog output. The setup level refers to a reference
signal level for black color in a TV video signal system. The setup level can be
specifed when NTSC has been selected in Video Standard in the system setting.
0IRE (for Japan)
A signal level for NTSC adopted in Japan. Select it usually.
7.5IRE
A signal level for NTSC used in North America etc. To use DVStrom in
combination with any overseas video device, select it.
SyncRec
Start
Timing
To specify the delay of the start of recording by a DV deck from the start
of playback by a PC in the number of frames. The default setting is '5'. This
means that the start of recording by a deck is fve frames later than the
start of playback by a PC.
SyncRec
End Timing
To specify the delay of the end of recording by a DV deck from the end of
playback by a PC in the number of frames. The default setting is '-5'. This
means that the end of recording by a deck is fve frames ahead of the end
of playback by a PC.
Record
Position
Some of DV devices overwrite several frames before the frame paused
at SyncRec when restarting recording. In this case, correct the record
start position by specifying it in the number of steps. If '0' is specifed, the
position is not corrected.
Default To return the options marked with * to the default settings, click this button.
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Overlay Settings
Video Overlay
Method
Change the overlay display method when the overlay is not displayed
correctly.
Faster Performance
The system load is reduced to the lowest level. It is impossible to control
the timing to a PC monitor and, therefore, tearing is caused. A screen is
updated per feld. If it is not correctly displayed in "Type 3", try "Type 2"
and "Type 1" in order. Select "Type 3" to display in the highest speed.
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DVRaptorRT2 Settings
System Settings
Video Standard
Select a TV system suitable for a video signal.
NTSC
A TV system used commonly in Japan. If this is selected, the setup
level can be specifed in the output setting.
PAL
A TV system adopted in Europe and China.
RT Bufers
Select the bufer value for realtime playback. Larger number set provides
easier realtime playback, but it requires more system memory space.
Use cueup
command if DV
deck has
To enable the CueUP function of the DV deck, check this option.
Default To return the options marked with * to the default settings, click this button.
Notes
WhenyouhavechangedthesettingsforVideoStandardorRTBufers,besureto
quitEDIUSandrestartthePC.
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Output Settings
DV Format Select DVCAM to defne "Locked Audio" setting to ON, and DV to OFF.
Setup Level
Select a setup level for an analog output. The setup level refers to a
reference signal level for black color in a TV video signal system. The
setup level can be specified when NTSC has been selected in Video
Standard in the system setting.
0IRE (for Japan)
A signal level for NTSC adopted in Japan. Select it usually.
7.5IRE
A signal level for NTSC used in North America etc. To use DVStrom in
combination with any overseas video device, select it.
SyncRec
Start
Timing
To specify the delay of the start of recording by a DV deck from the start
of playback by a PC in the number of frames. The default setting is '5'.
This means that the start of recording by a deck is fve frames later than
the start of playback by a PC.
SyncRec
End Timing
To specify the delay of the end of recording by a DV deck from the end of
playback by a PC in the number of frames. The default setting is '-5'. This
means that the end of recording by a deck is fve frames ahead of the end
of playback by a PC.
Record
Position
Some of DV devices overwrite several frames before the frame paused
at SyncRec when restarting recording. In this case, correct the record
start position by specifying it in the number of steps. If '0' is specifed, the
position is not corrected.
Default To return the options marked with * to the default settings, click this button.
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Overlay Settings

Video Overlay
Method
Change the overlay display method when the overlay is not displayed correctly.
Faster Performance
The system load is reduced to the lowest level. It is impossible to control
the timing to a PC monitor and, therefore, tearing is caused. A screen is
updated per feld. If it is not correctly displayed in "Type 1", try "Type 2"
and "Type 3" in order. Select "Type 3" to display in the highest speed.
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EDIUS SP Settings
* EDIUS SP is recognized as "SHX-E1" on EDIUS or Device Manager.
System Settings 
RT bufers
Set number of frames of bufers used in real time playback from 32, 48,
64 and 96. The larger the number is, the easier real time playback is,
but it will require more system memory space.
Sync Signal
You can select the reference input method from [Ref Sync], [Input
Sync], [OFF (Free Run)].
If the selected method does not supply the correct sync, it will
automatically be adjusted to a suitable method.
For example, during playback, if there is no input sync signal, the
setting will be OFF. At capture, in will be set to Input Sync.
The sync state is displayed below. [NO SYNC/SYNC OK] shows
whether current system operates simultaneously with input signal or
not. [NO SIGNAL/SIGNAL OK] means whether something is input in
input terminal or not.
Phase Adjust Adjusts sync mode phase.
Use Input Sync
while capturing
Check when you use Input Sync while capturing.
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
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POINT
When there is no synchronous signal input at setting [Input sync], the system
automaticallyoperatesin[OFF(freerun)].(Thesettingremainsin[Inputsync].)Even
if synchronous signal is input after that, the operation keeps in [OFF (free run)]. In
this case, click Player and Recorder in EDIUS preview window to switch over the
active monitor. The system recognizes the synchronous signal and the operation
returnsto[Inputsync].
General I/O Settings
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Output
Settings
Monitor Format
Setup for monitor. Select [MultiFormat] for the monitor that can
automatically recognize the switch of SD and HD. Select the connecting
terminal, [HD] or [SD], for the monitor with SD and HD terminals
separately.
Mute if this setting does not match the output format.
Check when you do not output signal when above setting is diferent
from video format setting of timeline.
Setup Level
Select setup level (black) in NTSC. Select 7.5IRE for North America.
Component Level
Select component level in NTSC.
Enable Wide Screen Signaling
If TV complies with Wide Screen Signal (WSS: signal to switch aspect
ratio), aspect ratio automatically switches (4:3 or 16:9). When WSS is not
necessary, remove the check.
Balanced Audio
Settings
Input Headroom [dB]
Sets headroom from standard input level.
Input Level [dBu]
Select standard input level.
Output Headroom [dB]
Set headroom from standard output level.
Output Level [dBu]
Select standard output level.
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
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DV Device Settings 
SyncRec Start
Timing
Set the timing adjustment at the beginning of computer playback by
the number of frames.
SyncRec End
Timing
Set the timing adjustment when stopping recording on VCR by the
number of frames.
Record
Position
Set position adjustment when starting to record by the number of steps.
Use cueup
command if DV
deck has
To use Cueup function of deck for quick deck operation, check this option.
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
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Input Settings
* Displayed when [SHX-E1-composite], [SHX-E1-S] or [SHX-E1-Component] is selected in the
[Capture]menu.
Brightness
Adjust brightness of image. The smaller the value is, the darker the
image is. The larger, the brighter.
Contrast
Adjust contrast of image. The smaller the value is, the weaker the
contrast is. The larger, the stronger.
Hue
Adjust hue of image. The smaller the value is, the closer to dark red.
The larger, the closer to dark green.
Saturation
Adjust color strength. The smaller the value is, the lighter the color is.
The larger, the darker. You can reproduce complete gray-scale with
minimum value 0 (zero).
Sharpness
Adjust sharpness of image outline. The smaller the value is, the more
blur image outline is. The larger, the sharper.
Image Adjustment
button
The [Image Adjustment] dialog box is displayed.
Setup Level Select setup level (black). 7.5IRE for North America.
Component Select component level.
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Gain Control
Adjust image brightness. When setting to Manual, luminance is
manually set. When setting to Auto, luminance is automatically adjusted
to optimum level.
Audio Mapping Select balanced or unbalanced audio.
Control
Mapping
Select whether RS422 remote control is active or not.
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
Image Adjustment Settings dialog 
[3D/2D Visual Processing] tab
3D
Set the efects for 3D noise reduction and 3D video processing (only in
composite input).
2D
Eliminates the noise by non-linear noise extract flter. Available to set
separately from 3D processing.
Luminance NR Set the efect for noise reduction of luminance component (Y).
Chroma NR Set the efect for noise reduction of chroma component (C).
Default Sets the efect to the default setting.
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[White/Black Gain] tab
Black Gain
Strengthen the gain in low luminance area toward luminance signal. As
the setting becomes stronger, black gain becomes more emphasized.
When setting to [None], items for [Adaptation Level] and [Threshold]
will be invalid.
Adaptation
Level
Set the adjustment volume for black expansion. As the adjustment
volume is larger, black gain becomes more emphasized.
Threshold
Set to which level of luminance (brightness) black will be emphasized.
The level will be set brighter as you move the cursor to right.
White Gain
Strengthen the gain in high luminance area toward luminance signal.
This option improves the gradation reproducibility for damaged area
seen as white due to high luminance. When setting to [None], items for
[Adaptation Level] and [Threshold] will be invalid.
Adaptation
Level
Set the adjustment volume for white gain limit. As the limit volume is
larger, white gain will be adjusted to lower.
Threshold
Set to which level of luminance (brightness) white gain will be adjusted
lower. The level will be set darker as you move the cursor to left.
Default Sets the efect to the default setting.
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[Outline Enhancement] tab
Horizontal Set the outline adjustment for horizontal direction (edge of horizontal line).
Vertical Set the outline adjustment for vertical direction (edge of vertical line).
Default Sets the efect to the default setting.
2!
Canopus HQ Codec Settings
Canopus
HQ Codec
Settings
Online (SuperFine)
You cannot select this setting.
Online (Fine)
Highest image quality setting, but larger file size is required. Select
when you need to import the image with high quality.
Online (Standard)
You can normally import the image with standard quality in this
setting.
Ofine
You cannot select this setting.
Custom
Check this option to adjust [Q] and [Max size].
Q
Adjust image quality. Set between 4 and 19. The smaller the number is,
the higher the quality is.
Max size
Adjust the maximum bitrate. You can control the file size when it
sometimes becomes much bigger than usual due to too much noise
included in the image. The setting value [100]% shows the same bitrate
as the one before codec compression. For example, 100% of 1440 X 1080
60i is approx. 750Mbps. If you want to set the upper limit to 200Mbps,
adjust the setting value to [27]% .
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
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Video Overlay Settings 
Video Overlay
Method
Change the overlay display method when the overlay is not displayed
correctly.
Faster
Performance
Select [Faster Performance] for smoother editing performance. The overlay
preview may show some tearing. If it is not correctly displayed in [Type3],
try [Type2], [Type1] in order. Select [Type3] to display in the highest speed.
No Tearing/
Combing
Select [No Tearing/Combing] to display the interlace image in
progressive scan. The overlay will show every feld. Use this mode for
checking fne motion.
No Tearing Select [No Tearing] for faster performance than [No Tearing/Combing].
Reduce PC bus
load
If you select [No Tearing] or [No Tearing/Combing], the [Reduce PC
bus load] checkbox is displayed. When bus busy occurs, you may check
[Reduce PC bus load] to improve it, though CPU loading increases.
* This function uses the graphic accelerator driver to avoid tearing.
* When you select [No Tearing/Combing], the image may not be
smoothly displayed depending on the refresh rate of your PC monitor.
We recommend to set the PC monitor refresh rate close to integer
multiple of the video frame rate.
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EDIUS NX PCI-X/NX PCI-e Settings
*Inthissection,thescreenshotsareofEDIUSNXPCI-e(NHX-E2).Theboardnameisdisplayed
as"NHX-E1"inEDIUSPCI-Xinsteadof"NHX-E2".Thepresetsandsettingoptionsaresame.
System Settings 
[NHX-E1Settings]for
EDIUSNXPCI-X
RT bufers
Set number of frames of bufers used in real time playback from 32, 48,
64 and 96. The larger the number is, the easier real time playback is,
but it will require more system memory space.
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
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General I/O Settings 
[NHX-E1Settings]for
EDIUSNXPCI-X
Output
Settings
Monitor Format
Setup for monitor. Select [MultiFormat] for the monitor that can
automatically recognize the switch of SD and HD. Select the connecting
terminal, [HD] or [SD], for the monitor with SD and HD terminals
separately.
Mute if this setting does not match the output format.
Check when you do not output signal when above setting is diferent
from video format setting of timeline.
Setup Level
Select setup level (black) in NTSC. Select 7.5IRE for North America.
Component Level
Select component level in NTSC.
Enable Wide Screen Signaling
If TV complies with Wide Screen Signal (WSS: signal to switch aspect
ratio), aspect ratio automatically switches (4:3 or 16:9). When WSS is not
necessary, remove the check.
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
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DV Device Settings 
[NHX-E1Settings]for
EDIUSNXPCI-X
SyncRec Start
Timing
Set the timing adjustment at the beginning of computer playback by
the number of frames.
SyncRec End
Timing
Set the timing adjustment when stopping recording on VCR by the
number of frames.
Record Position Set position adjustment when starting to record by the number of steps.
Use cueup
command if DV
deck has
To use Cueup function of deck for quick deck operation, check this option.
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
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Input Settings 
* Displayed when [NHX-E2-composite] ([NHX-E1-composite] for EDIUS NX PCI-X) or [NHX-E2-S]
([NHX-E1-S] for EDIUS NX PCI-X) is selected in the [Capture] menu.
[NHX-E1Settings]for
EDIUSNXPCI-X
Brightness
Adjust brightness of image. The smaller the value is, the darker the
image is. The larger, the brighter.
Contrast
Adjust contrast of image. The smaller the value is, the weaker the
contrast is. The larger, the stronger.
Hue
Adjust hue of image. The smaller the value is, the closer to dark red.
The larger, the closer to dark green.
Saturation
Adjust color strength. The smaller the value is, the lighter the color is.
The larger, the darker. You can reproduce complete gray-scale with
minimum value 0 (zero).
Sharpness
Adjust sharpness of image outline. The smaller the value is, the more
blur image outline is. The larger, the sharper.
Image Adjustment
button
The [Image Adjustment] dialog box is displayed.
Setup Level Select setup level (black). 7.5IRE for North America.
Component This option cannot be used in NHX-E1/E2.
Gain Control
Adjust image brightness. When setting to Manual, luminance is
manually set. When setting to Auto, luminance is automatically adjusted
to optimum level.
Audio Mapping This option cannot be used in NHX-E1/E2.
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Control Mapping This option cannot be used in NHX-E1/E2.
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
Image Adjustment Settings dialog 
[3D/2D Visual Processing] tab
3D
Set the efects for 3D noise reduction and 3D video processing (only in
composite input).
2D
Eliminates the noise by non-linear noise extract flter. Available to set
separately from 3D processing.
Luminance NR Set the efect for noise reduction of luminance component (Y).
Chroma NR Set the efect for noise reduction of chroma component (C).
Default Sets the efect to the default setting.
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[White/Black Gain] tab
Black Gain
Strengthen the gain in low luminance area toward luminance signal. As
the setting becomes stronger, black gain becomes more emphasized.
When setting to [None], items for [Adaptation Level] and [Threshold]
will be invalid.
Adaptation
Level
Set the adjustment volume for black expansion. As the adjustment
volume is larger, black gain becomes more emphasized.
Threshold
Set to which level of luminance (brightness) black will be emphasized.
The level will be set brighter as you move the cursor to right.
White Gain
Strengthen the gain in high luminance area toward luminance signal.
This option improves the gradation reproducibility for damaged area
seen as white due to high luminance. When setting to [None], items for
[Adaptation Level] and [Threshold] will be invalid.
Adaptation
Level
Set the adjustment volume for white gain limit. As the limit volume is
larger, white gain will be adjusted to lower.
Threshold
Set to which level of luminance (brightness) white gain will be adjusted
lower. The level will be set darker as you move the cursor to left.
Default Sets the efect to the default setting.
29
[Outline Enhancement] tab
Horizontal Set the outline adjustment for horizontal direction (edge of horizontal line).
Vertical Set the outline adjustment for vertical direction (edge of vertical line).
Default Sets the efect to the default setting.
30
Canopus HQ Codec Settings 
[NHX-E1Settings]for
EDIUSNXPCI-X
Canopus
HQ Codec
Settings
Online (SuperFine)
You cannot select this setting.
Online (Fine)
Highest image quality setting, but larger fle size is required. Select when
you need to import the image with high quality.
Online (Standard)
You can normally import the image with standard quality in this setting.
Ofine
You cannot select this setting.
Custom
Check this option to adjust [Q] and [Max size].
Q
Adjust image quality. Set between 4 and 19. The smaller the number is,
the higher the quality is.
Max size
Adjust the maximum bitrate. You can control the file size when it
sometimes becomes much bigger than usual due to too much noise
included in the image. The setting value [100]% shows the same bitrate
as the one before codec compression. For example, 100% of 1440 X 1080
60i is approx. 750Mbps. If you want to set the upper limit to 200Mbps,
adjust the setting value to [27]% .
Default Return the items with * to the default setting values.
3!
Video Overlay Settings 
[NHX-E1Settings]for
EDIUSNXPCI-X
Video Overlay
Method
Change the overlay display method when the overlay is not displayed
correctly.
Faster
Performance
Select [Faster Performance] for smoother editing performance. The overlay
preview may show some tearing. If it is not correctly displayed in [Type3],
try [Type2], [Type1] in order. Select [Type3] to display in the highest speed.
No Tearing/
Combing
Select [No Tearing/Combing] to display the interlace image in
progressive scan. The overlay will show every feld. Use this mode for
checking fne motion.
No Tearing Select [No Tearing] for faster performance than [No Tearing/Combing].
Reduce PC bus
load
If you select [No Tearing] or [No Tearing/Combing], the [Reduce PC
bus load] checkbox is displayed. When bus busy occurs, you may check
[Reduce PC bus load] to improve it, though CPU loading increases.
* This function uses the graphic accelerator driver to avoid tearing.
* When you select [No Tearing/Combing], the image may not be
smoothly displayed depending on the refresh rate of your PC monitor.
We recommend to set the PC monitor refresh rate close to integer
multiple of the video frame rate.
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For Users Using OHCI and DVStorm
Series/DVStormXA/DVRaptorRT2
When Intel ICH4/ICH5/ICH6/ICH7 is mounted as the mother board with your computer
environment, and OHCI and DVStorm series are combined, output from the OHCI terminal may
not be properly performed, or the video image may not be displayed or updated on the overlay
screen. In those cases, try to apply the setting change. If the malfunction is not cleared even
with those operation, contact the customer support.
* DVStormXA and EDIUS DVX are the same products.
When Output from OHCI terminal is not properly performed 
1
Click [start] to display the start menu, and click "Run".
2
Enter "Canopus.ini", and click [OK].
Notepadstartsup.
3
Add the texts below to the end of the fle, and overwrite it.
For DVStorm series For DVStormXA For DVRaptorRT2
[DVStorm-RT.stmcore]
PCIConfgChange=3
[DVX-E1.dvxcore]
PCIConfgChange=3
[DVRaptor-RT.raprcore]
PCIConfgChange=3
*When[DVStorm-RT.stmcore],[DVX-E1.dvxcore], or [DVRaptor-RT.raprcore]hasalreadybeen
recordedinthefle,addonly'PCIConfgChange=3'.
4
Restart Windows OS after exiting Notepad.
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When video image is not displayed or updated on the overlay screen 
1
Click [start] to display the start menu, and click "Run".
2
Enter "Canopus.ini", and click [OK].
Notepadstartsup.
3
Add the texts below to the end of the fle, and overwrite it.
For DVStorm series For DVStormXA For DVRaptorRT2
[DVStorm-RT.stmcore.conf]
OverlayMethod=1
[DVX-E1.dvxcore.conf]
OverlayMethod=1
[DVRaptor-RT.raprcore.conf]
OverlayMethod=1
*When[DVStorm-RT.stmcore],[DVX-E1.dvxcore.conf], or [DVRaptor-RT.raprcore.conf]has
alreadybeenrecordedinthefle,addonly'OverlayMethod=1'.
4
Restart Windows OS after exiting Notepad.

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