Using SDI Direct Input in a Profile and Channel - AWS Elemental Conductor Live 3

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Using SDI Direct Input in a Profile and Channel

If you are using SDI direct inputs, follow this procedure to set up your profile and channel in a re-usable manner.

  1. Display the New Profile screen as described at Creating a Profile from Scratch.

  2. Complete the input information as follows:

    Web Interface Element Instructions
    Input Type Select SDI Direct Input.
    Device ID

    Create a channel parameter as described in the section Creating a Profile with Channel Parameters. Do not specify an actual SDI Input name or ID.

    In the image above, the channel parameter name is “SDI_direct_input”. Assign any name, but do not create a name consisting only of a number. For example, do not create {{2}}.

    Validation Value Leave empty. A validation value is not required for the Device ID parameterizable field.
    Various Complete the other fields for the input as desired.
  3. Complete the rest of the profile as desired.

  4. Display the Create a Channel dialog as described at Creating a Channel and complete it as follows:

    Web Interface Element Instructions
    SDI Direct Input Device ID

    Choose this to see a list of available SDI direct inputs.

    This list has the label “SDI_direct_input” because that is the name of the parameter specified when the profile was created.

    List of all available SDI direct input devices on the node. This list is automatically populated by the system. Select the input to use for the channel.
  5. Save the channel.