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Color Correctors

Overview

Connecting the RCP to your color corrector allows you to:

  • control each CC channel from the RCP instead of a web page
  • mix camera head control and color corrector control in a single camera

Supported devices

  • Blackmagic Teranex
  • Lawo VPro8
  • AJA FS serie (FS 2, FS 4, FS HDR)
  • For-A FA-1010
  • Axon Neuron, Synapse
  • Cobalt Frame
  • Riedel MicroN
  • Imagine SNP
  • Flanders BoxIO
  • VMix

Wiring

Connects your RCP to the same network.

Setup

Navigate to your RCP Configuration UI.

If your color corrector is not in the default range 10.192.0.0/16, check this guide to ensure your RCP can communicate with it.

In the Configuration tab, in the Components section, click on +.

Select Video Processor. In the list, select your color corrector.

A new block should appear, click on it, on the right side:

  • step 1 chose a name for your color corrector (optional)
  • step 2 enter the IP of your device

If everything goes well, your block shoud turn green:

Color corrector channel alone

To control a CC channel:

  • Create a new camera, with a number and a name
  • Select Not controlled in the Camera Head
  • Select your CC and channel in the Video processor section
  • The format is: NAME:CHANNEL_ID

It should look like this:

And if everything is fine, the block should appear green:

Color corrector combined with camera control

To control both a camera and the CC combined:

  • Create a new camera, with a number and a name
  • Select the your camera brand and model in the list
  • Select your CC and channel in the Video processor section
  • The format is: NAME:CHANNEL_ID

It should look like this:

And if everything is fine, the block should appear green:

RCP operation

By default, camera head control has priority over CC control. For example, on a camera that only have white controls:

  • if you touch the gain on the RCP, we will send it to the camera
  • if you touch the blacks, we will send it to the CC

In this case, 3 new buttons will appear on your RCP:

  • CAM to toggle the camera head control
  • POST to toggle the CC control
  • C->P | P->C to change the camera/CC control priority

RCP : Camera and CC combined by default

Combine camera and CC, camera has priority (CC only compensate what the camera has not)

RCP : Camera only

RCP : CC only

RCP : Camera and CC, CC has priority over camera

  • P->C stands for Post (processing) over Camera control
  • C->P stands for Camera over Post (processing) control