Using X20 for configurations with a tall VI

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Using X20 for configurations with a tall VI


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Currently, the maximum VI height when using X20 is 2400 pixels tall.  If larger than 2400 pixels tall is necessary, multiple X20 frames can be operated in parallel to achieve the desired height.  When a configuration exceeds 1860 pixels, the system will restrict which layers are able to accept stills.  
This also has an effect on which layers are able to use the bitmap borders and shapes feature in the X20.  In these configurations, layers 3, 6, 11, and 14 are able to use these features.

General Information 
Bandwidth: 20 Million Pixels, VI 2400 height Max.
Inputs: two Input Boards (4 DVI, 4 Analog on Each Board). 
Input Details: Up to 2560h or up to 2160v within 330Mhz Pixel Clock. 
Outputs: 1 Output Board (8 DVI or SDI).
Output Details: Up to 2560h or up to 2160v within 330Mhz Pixel Clock.

Affected Versions

All versions

Experiencing VI noise? 

Determine VI iswithin limits. VI total pixels (Total horizontal of AOR x Total vertical of AOR) must be under 20 million pixels. VI vertical limit (AOR height) cannot exceed 2400 pixels

-In Vista Advanced, go to Tools\Frame configs. Select Frame 0

-Verify AOR settings in the property panel.

-AOR's must be under 20 million total pixels

-AOR height cannot be higher than 2400 pixels




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Last Modified:3/14/2016 12:19:05 PM

Last Modified By: EmmaK

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