Adapting to Linear Workflow
Current existing linear editor users with Sony 9-pin control can switch gradually to a file-based environment by replacing the tape-based VCR with D-Stream. Their original edit environment can be kept.
Up to 2 channels of video can be played. Video, audio, CG and sequence can be listed in the playout list.
Timeline-based sequence editing
D-Stream supports timeline based editing function, so users can easily edit video track by placing video and audio in the timeline. Also, users can save the final edited project as a file, send it to an monitor or connect it to an external VTR for tape output.
Users can play, pause, rewind, fast-forward and bidirectionally playback at double speed up to 300%. Jog, shuttle, and slow motion controls are also available.
Editor or VTR control
D-Stream supports 9-pin control and can be used in linkage with an editor, VTR recorder or a player.
- D-Stream control in editor
- Control for output from D-Stream to VTR(D-Stream VTR)
- VTR to D-Stream recording control(VTR D-Stream)
The compatible editors are:
- SONY RM-280
- SONY BVE-9100
- SONY BZS-8050 Plug-in Editor
Built-in functions for linear editing
D-Stream supports following editing functions as below.
- Assemble/Insert Editing
- Insert Editing
- Split Editing
- Preread Editing
- Audio Editing
- Field Recording
- Hardware EE mode
- Support Drop/Non-drop frame
START/STOP, NEXT, BACK, REC/STOP can be controlled by external GPI. For monitoring, PLAYING/RECORDING/GOING NEXT/GOING BACK are available.