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E-830-100-11 (1)Wireless NetworkConnectionSetup GuideRev. 1.00Software Version 3.0PXW-Z280/Z190 2019 Sony Imaging Products & Solutions Inc.

Table of ContentsChapter 1OverviewChapter 2 Use Cases2.1. Live Workflow in XDCAM air Example Use Cases . 62.1.1. Live Streaming . 72.1.2. Intercom Operation. 72.1.3. Camera Remote Control . 82.2. File Workflow in XDCAM air Example Use Cases. 92.2.1. File Naming using Planning Metadata . 92.2.2. Proxy Auto Upload.102.2.3. Upload to FTP Server .10Chapter 3 Preparation3.1. Network Environment. 123.1.1. 4G/LTE USB Modem . 123.1.2. Wireless LAN. 133.1.3. Wired LAN. 133.2. Network Client Mode (NCM) .143.3. FTP Server. 143.4. USB Headset Connection for Intercom . 15Chapter 4 Setup To-Do List4.1. To-Do List for “Live Streaming”.164.2. To-Do List for “Intercom Operation”.164.3. To-Do List for “Camera Remote Control” . 174.4. To-Do List for “File Naming using Planning Metadata” . 174.5. To-Do List for “Proxy Auto Upload” . 174.6. To-Do List for “Upload to FTP Server”.18Chapter 5 Common Setup5.1. Equipment for Wireless Solution.195.2. Assembling .195.3. Network Settings. 205.3.1. 4G/LTE USB Modem. 205.3.2. Wireless LAN . 212

5.3.3. Wired LAN . 255.3.4. Networks Combinations .265.4. Network Client Mode Settings . 285.5. Network Communication Test. 295.5.1. 4G/LTE USB Modem .295.5.2. Wireless LAN .295.5.3. Wired LAN .305.6. Network Client Mode Communication Test.315.6.1. XDCAM air.315.6.2. Network RX Station . 32Chapter 6 Setup for “Live Streaming”6.1. Camcorder Settings. 336.2. Streaming Test. 33Chapter 7 Setup for “Intercom Operation”7.1. Camcorder Settings . 347.2. Intercom Test . 34Chapter 8 Setup for “Camera Remote Control”8.1. Camcorder Settings. 358.2. Camera Remote Test. 35Chapter 9 Setup for “File Naming using Planning Metadata”9.1. Camcorder Settings. 369.2. Planning Metadata Handling Test. 36Chapter 10 Setup for “Proxy Auto Upload”10.1. Camcorder Settings . 3710.2. FTP Server Settings . 3710.3. FTP Server Communication Test . 3810.3.1. Checking Operation using the Menu . 3810.3.2. Checking Operation using a Web Browser. 383

Chapter 11 Setup for “Upload to FTP Server”11.1. Camcorder Settings . 4011.2. FTP Server Settings. 4011.3. FTP Server Communication Test . 40Chapter 12 Troubleshooting12.1. Network. 4112.1.1. 4G/LTE USB Modem.4112.1.2. Wireless LAN . 4212.1.3. Wired LAN . 4212.2. Network Client Mode . 4312.3. Use Cases . 4412.3.1. Live Streaming . 4412.3.2. Camera Remote Control. 4412.3.3. Intercom Operation. 4412.3.4. File Naming using Planning Metadata . 4412.3.5. Proxy Auto Upload . 4512.3.6. Upload to FTP Server. 47Revision History4

Chapter1OverviewThis Setup Guide describes the preparation for the use cases listed on the following pages, and the dailychecks required when using the Sony PXW-Z280/Z190 camcorder.Common items for use cases are listed in chapters 3 and 5, and individual items for each use case are listedseparately in chapters 4 and 6 to 11.Terminology“Network RX Station” refers to “PWS-100RX1/PWS-110RX1/PWS-110RX1A” devices.“CCM” refers to the “Connection Control Manager” of “XDCAM air” or “Network RX Station”.TrademarksWi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance .XDCAM air is a trademark of Sony Corporation.5

Chapter2Use CasesThis section shows the typical use cases. Each use case may vary by the number of users. Choose the usecase that is most similar to your operation for reference.2.1. Live Workflow in XDCAM air Example Use CasesThe following diagram shows three typical use cases.Shoulder Camcorderse.g. PXW-X400Live StreamingXDCAM airQoS StreamSNS outputIntercom Operation *1SDI outputIntercomHandheld Camcorderse.g. PXW-Z280/Z190Camera Remote ControlRemote ControlCamera Operatorsin the fieldStudio Operatorsin the station*1: Shoulder camcorder does not supported.6

2.1.1. Live StreamingShoulder Camcorderse.g. PXW-X400QoS StreamSNS outputCloud Servicesi.e. XDCAM airHandheld Camcorderse.g. PXW-Z280/Z190QoS StreamSDI outputCamera Operatorsin the fieldStudio Operatorsin the stationLive streaming with QoS control is supported with XDCAM air or Network RX Station.Setup checkpointsTX sideCamcorder SettingsRelated Equipment (Wireless LAN/LTE/Wired LAN)Single or Dual LinkRX sideCCM (XDCAM air / Network RX Station)Network RX Station QoS Streaming receiving serverSingle or Multi point Distribution2.1.2. Intercom OperationHandheld Camcorderse.g. PXW-Z280/Z190Streaming ReceiverPWS-110RX1AUSB Audio Interface(3rd party)IntercomIntercom System(3rd party)USB Headset(3rd Party)Camera Operatorsin the fieldStudio Operatorsin the station7

Setup checkpointsTX sideCamcorder Settings: Intercom SettingsRelated Equipment (Wireless LAN/LTE/Wired LAN)RX sideCCM (XDCAM air / Network RX Station)2.1.3. Camera Remote ControlShoulder Camcorderse.g. PXW-X400XDCAM airRemote ControlHandheld Camcorderse.g. PXW-Z280/Z190*) This feature is most likely used in“One-man Reporter” case.Camera Operatorsin the fieldStudio Operatorsin the stationSupported camera remote control functions Zoom/Iris/etc. control “ALL File” managementSetup checkpointsTX sideCamcorder Settings: Lens SettingsRelated Equipment (Wireless LAN/LTE/Wired LAN)RX sideCCM (XDCAM air / Network RX Station)CCM “ALL File” Management8

2.2. File Workflow in XDCAM air Example Use CasesThe following diagram shows three typical use cases.Shoulder Camcorderse.g. PXW-X400NRCS(3rd party)File Naming withPlanning MetadataXDCAM airFile NamingNewsStoryXDCAM airProxy Auto-UploadHandheld Camcorderse.g. PXW-Z280/Z190Proxy Clip uploadPreview & Select ClipsorRough-cut EditUpload to FTP serverHi-Res Clip uploadFTP Server(3rd party)Select Clips / Select apart of clips (PartialTransfer)Camera Operatorsin the fieldStudio Operatorsin the station2.2.1. File Naming using Planning MetadataShoulder Camcorderse.g. PXW-X400XDCAM airHandheld Camcorderse.g. PXW-Z280/Z190 Assign and Load “News Story” asplanning metadata from CBM or CloudService (i.e. XDCAM air) to camcorders.NewsStory Camcorder automatically sets a filename with title of planning metadatafor both Proxy Clips and Hi-Res ones.NRCS(3rd party)Camera Operatorsin the fieldStudio Operatorsin the stationSetup checkpointsTX sideCamcorder Settings: Clip Naming SettingRelated Equipment (Wireless LAN/LTE/Wired LAN)RX sideCCM: Planning Metadata Handling9

2.2.2. Proxy Auto UploadShoulder Camcorderse.g. PXW-X400XDCAM air Pre-configure the destination ofstorage space to where cameraupload Proxy clips automatically.Handheld Camcorderse.g. PXW-Z280/Z190 Upload Proxy Clips automaticallyto FTP server, Cloud Services likeXDCAM air, Ci Media Cloud.Camera Operatorsin the fieldFTP Server(3rd party)Studio Operatorsin the stationSetup checkpointsTX sideCamcorder Settings: Auto Upload (Proxy)Related Equipment (Wireless LAN/LTE/Wired LAN)RX sideFTP Server Settings2.2.3. Upload to FTP ServerShoulder Camcorderse.g. PXW-X400Handheld Camcorderse.g. PXW-Z280/Z190XDCAM air Access camcorder to see Proxy clipslist by Camera GUI, CBM or cloudservice (i.e. XDCAM air) Preview Proxy clips remotely. Select clips / Select a part of clips byspecifying in-point and out-point(Partial Transfer) Transfer to FTP server. (Proxy orHigh-res)Camera Operatorsin the fieldFTP Server(3rd party)Studio Operatorsin the station10

Setup checkpointsTX sideCamcorder Settings: Remote File TransferRX sideCCM File List UIRelated Equipment (Wireless LAN/LTE/Wired LAN)Proxy Playback and Proxy File PullCCM Cut Edit using ProxyRequest to camcorder for Partial File Transfer11

Chapter3PreparationPrepare the following items before setting up your camcorder in each use case.Appropriate network settings and Network Client Mode settings are needed for each use case.3.1. Network EnvironmentThe supported network environments for internet connection are as follows. 4G/LTE USB Modem Wireless LAN Wired LAN3.1.1. 4G/LTE USB ModemThe supported USB modem models vary depending on the country or region.For details, contact a Sony professional sales representative.“Single Link” and “Dual Link” are both supported for the Live Streaming Operation use case.“Single Link” uses one network, while “Dual Link” uses multiple networks for streaming.“Dual Link” works with two 4G/LTE USB modems, or one 4G/LTE USB modem and one wireless LAN stationnetwork. In this case, use of different carriers is recommended for stable network performance.Before attaching a 4G/LTE USB modem to the camcorder, check the operation on your computer.In particular, if you install a new SIM or replace the SIM, check the modem’s settings on the computer.If you replace the SIM with a SIM from another carrier, you need to reset the APN (Access Point Name).To connect 4G/LTE USB modems directly to the unit, the USB 2.0 (HOST) connector (A) on the top of theunit becomes Modem1, and the USB 3.0 (HOST) connector (A) on the rear of the unit becomes Modem2.The USB 2.0 (HOST) connector (A) on the top of the unit can be connected to a dedicated USB hub(CBK-DL1). In this case, the USB 3.0 (HOST) connector (A) on the rear of the unit cannot be used for modemconnections. When using a USB hub, port 1 of the USB hub becomes Modem1, and port 2 becomesModem2.Modem 1 Modem 2USB 2.0 type AconnectorUSB 2.0 type AconnectorModem 1USB 3.0 type AconnectorUSB 3.0 type A connectorModem 212

3.1.2. Wireless LANCheck the wireless LAN router’s settings before configuring the camcorder’s network settings.The following information is required. SSID and password Whether the IP address is set by DHCP or manually Whether DNS is set automatically or manually3.1.3. Wired LANCheck Wired LAN settings before configuring the camcorder’s network settings.The following information is required. Whether the IP address is set by DHCP or manually Whether DNS is set automatically or manually13

3.2. Network Client Mode (NCM)Check the XDCAM air or Network RX Station settings information before configuring the camcorder’snetwork client mode settings.The following information is required. URL or IP address for Connection Control Manager (CCM) Port number User name PasswordThe following operations can also be configured. Streaming Controlling the camera from the CCM UI Applying camera settings once only or continuously using an “ALL File”.Network Client Mode can be registered in NCM Settings 1 to 3, and the name to be displayed for eachpreset can be set.You can also change the name from the preset number (for example, “MyCCM”).3.3. FTP ServerAn FTP server must be prepared for file transfers.For secure transfer, the use of FTPS is recommended.The following information is required. CA certificate Server URL or IP address User name Password14

3.4. USB Headset Connection for IntercomConnect a USB headset to the USB 3.0 (HOST) connector (A) on the rear of the unit.A USB headset cannot be connected using a USB hub.15

Chapter4Setup To-Do ListThis section describes the “To-Do List” for each use case.The Network settings and Network Client Mode settings are common to each use case.4.1. To-Do List for “Live Streaming”Table 1. To-Do List for “Live Streaming”No.See15.2. Assembling25.3. Network Settings35.4. Network Client Mode Settings45.5. Network Communication Test55.6. Network Client Mode Communication Test66.1. Camcorder Settings76.2. Streaming Test4.2. To-Do List for “Intercom Operation”Table 2. To-Do List for “Intercom Operation”No.See15.2. Assembling25.3. Network Settings35.4. Network Client Mode Settings45.5. Network Communication Test55.6. Network Client Mode Communication Test66.1. Camcorder Settings87.2. Intercom Test16

4.3. To-Do List for “Camera Remote Control”Table 3. To-Do List for “Camera Remote Control”No.See15.2. Assembling25.3. Network Settings35.4. Network Client Mode Settings45.5. Network Communication Test55.6. Network Client Mode Communication Test68.1. Camcorder Settings78.2. Camera Remote Test4.4. To-Do List for “File Naming using PlanningMetadata”Table 4. To-Do List for “File Naming using Planning Metadata”No.See15.2. Assembling25.3. Network Settings35.4. Network Client Mode Settings45.5. Network Communication Test55.6. Network Client Mode Communication Test69.1. Camcorder Settings99.2. Planning Metadata Handling Test4.5. To-Do List for “Proxy Auto Upload”Table 5. To-Do List for “Proxy Auto Upload”No.See15.2. Assembling25.3. Network Settings35.4. Network Client Mode Settings45.5. Network Communication Test55.6. Network Client Mode Communication Test610.1. Camcorder Settings710.2. FTP Server Settings810.3. FTP Server Communication Test17

4.6. To-Do List for “Upload to FTP Server”Table 6. To-Do List for “Upload to FTP Server”No.See15.2. Assembling25.3. Network Settings35.4. Network Client Mode Settings45.5. Network Communication Test55.6. Network Client Mode Communication Test611.1. Camcorder Settings711.2. FTP Server Settings811.3. FTP Server Communication Test18

Chapter5Common Setup5.1. Equipment for Wireless SolutionTable 7. Equipment ListUSB modemCBK-DL15.2. AssemblingSee the Operating Instructions for the PXW-Z280/PXW-Z190.19

5.3. Network Settings1Select Network Access Authentication in the setup menu, and set User Name and Password.For security, set the user name and password by yourself.It is recommended that you set a password with a sufficiently long character string that is hard to guessby others, and that you store it safely.If you experience any difficulty, see “12.1. Network” in the Troubleshooting section.The conditions for which multiple network connections can be used will vary depending on thecombination of video output settings (SDI/HDMI/VIDEO). For details, see “Network and video outputcombinations” in the Operating Instructions.5.3.1. 4G/LTE USB Modem1Select Network Modem in the setup menu, and set Setting to On.NoteThe conditions under which a modem can be used are determined by the combination with othernetworks and video outputs (SDI/HDMI/VIDEO). For details, refer to the Operating Instructions.20

The 3G/4G icon appears on the LCD panel.If you experience any difficulty, see “12.1.1. 4G/LTE USB Modem” in the Troubleshooting section.5.3.2. Wireless LAN5.3.2.1. Wireless LAN Station mode settings1Select Network Wireless LAN in the setup menu, and set Setting to Station Mode.NoteThe conditions under which a wireless LAN can be used are determined by the combination with othernetworks and video outputs (SDI/HDMI/VIDEO). For details, refer to the Operating Instructions.2Select Network ST Mode Settings in the setup menu, and set Camera Remote Control to Enable.21

3Select Network ST Mode Settings Scan Networks in the setup menu, then scan for availablenetworks.The device scans for networks and displays a list of detected SSIDs.4Select an SSID.A password setting dialog appears.5Enter the password for the SSID, select the Done button. and press the SEL/SET dial or SET button.6Check the DHCP and DNS settings, select the Connect button, and press the SEL/SET dial or SET button.The camcorder starts connecting to the wireless LAN access point.When the connection is successful, the Wi-Fi mode status indicator appears.22

If you experience any difficulty, see “12.1.2. Wireless LAN” in the Troubleshooting section.To set the SSID and other settings manually1Select Network ST Mode Settings Manual Register in the setup menu, and enter the SSID, passwordand other settings.2Select the Connect button on the menu screen, and press the SEL/SET dial or SET button.When the connection is successful, the wireless LAN status indicator appears.If you experience any difficulty, see “12.1.2. Wireless LAN” in the Troubleshooting section.23

5.3.2.2. Wireless LAN Access Point mode settings1Select Network Wireless LAN in the setup menu, and set Setting to Access Point Mode.Network AP Mode Settings Camera SSID & Password in the setup menu becomes enabled.2Check the SSID and password.Other wireless LAN devices can now be connected to the camcorder using the SSID and password.After connecting to a camcorder, you can access the web server of the camcorder using a web browser.The IP address is “192.168.1.1:8080”.NoteYou can find the user name and password in Network Access Authentication User Name andPassword.24

When the connection is successful, the following screen appears in the web browser.5.3.3. Wired LAN1Select Network Wired LAN in the setup menu, and set Setting to On.NoteThe conditions under which a wired LAN can be used are determined by the combination with othernetworks and video outputs (SDI/HDMI/VIDEO). For details, refer to the Operating Instructions.2Select Network Wired LAN in the setup menu, and set Camera Remote Control to Enable.Access to the web server of the camcorder is enabled.25

3Select Network Wired LAN Detail Settings in the setup menu.4Select whether to obtain an IP address automatically via DHCP or set the IP address manually, andselect whether to obtain DNS automatically or set DNS manually.5Select the Set button on the menu screen, and press the SEL/SET dial or SET button.When the connection is successful, the LAN icon appears.If you experience any difficulty, see “12.1.3. Wired LAN” in the Troubleshooting section.5.3.4. Networks CombinationsYou can use a wireless LAN and modem, and wireless LAN and wired LAN network interfacessimultaneously.The following table shows the settings for the use of each interface for network client mode, streaming,and file transfers.Modem1Modem2Wired LANWireless LANOperationONONOFFONDual Link: Uses Modem1 and Modem2.Single Link: Uses Modem1.Wireless LAN can be used for remote control.ONONOFFOFFDual Link: Uses Modem1 and Modem2.Single Link: Uses Modem1.ONOFFOFFONDual Link: Uses Modem1 and Wireless LAN.Single Link: Uses Modem1.ONOFFOFFOFFDual Link cannot be used.Single Link: Uses Modem1.OFFONOFFONDual Link: Uses Modem2 and Wireless LAN.Single Link: Uses Modem2.OFFONOFFOFFDual Link cannot be used.Single Link: Uses Modem2.26

Modem1Modem2Wired LANWireless LANOperationOFFOFFONONDual Link: Uses Wired LAN and Wireless LAN.Single Link: Uses Wired LAN.OFFOFFONOFFDual Link cannot be used.Single Link: Uses Wired LAN.OFFOFFOFFONDual Link cannot be used.Single Link: Uses Wireless LAN.OFFOFFOFFOFFNetwork function is disabled.5.3.4.1. IP address conflictsIP address conflicts may occur when using multiple network interfaces simultaneously, depending on thesettings. IP addresses within the same segment may overlap, preventing successful communication.The following table shows the IP address conflict pattern and the operation that results.No.IF connection (startup) orderOperation123Modem 1Modem 2–Modem 2Modem 1If the segment IP address ranges overlap betweenmodems, an address conflict error is displayed.2AP modeModem 1Modem 2Modem 2Modem 13Modem 1AP modeModem 2 If the segment IP address ranges overlapbetween the AP and the modem, the AP modeaddress is automatically changed to anothersegment and an AP mode address changemessage is displayed. If the second segment IP address ranges overlapbetween the AP and the modem, an addressconflict error is displayed. If the segment IP address ranges overlapbetween modems, an address conflict error isdisplayed.1Modem 24Modem 1Modem 1Modem 2Modem 2Modem 15ST mode(Auto/Manual)6Modem 1Modem 27AP mode If the segment IP address ranges overlapbetween the AP and the modem, the AP modeaddress is automatically changed to anothersegment and an AP mode address changemessage is displayed. If the segment IP address ranges overlapbetween modems, an address conflict error isdisplayed.Modem 1Modem 2Modem 2Modem 1ST mode(Auto/Manual)Modem 2 If there is an IP conflict between the modem andthe ST, an address conflict error will be displayedand the user will be prompted to change it. If the segment IP address ranges overlapbetween modems, an address conflict error isdisplayed. If the IP address of the ST is included in themodem subnet, an address conflict error isdisplayed.Modem 1Modem 1Modem 2ST mode(Auto/Manual)Modem 2Modem 18AP modeWired LAN(Auto/Manual)–9Wired LAN(Auto/Manual)AP mode–10ST mode(Auto/Manual)Wired LAN(Auto/Manual)–11Wired LAN(Auto/Manual)ST mode(Auto/Manual)–If the segment IP address ranges overlap betweenthe AP and the wired LAN, the AP mode address isautomatically changed to another segment, and anAP mode address change message is displayed.If there is an IP conflict between the wired LAN andthe ST, an address conflict error is displayed and theuser is prompted to change it.27

5.4. Network Client Mode SettingsCheck that the Date Time settings in System Clock Set are correct before configuring the Network ClientMode settings.Network Client Mode presets can be configured in NCM Settings 1 to 3.The following procedure describes how to set NCM Settings1 as an example.1Select Network Network Client Mode NCM Settings1 in the setup menu.The registration dialog appears.2Enter the URL or IP address for Connection Control Manager (CCM), and specify the port, user name,and password.3Select the Set button on the menu screen, and press the SEL/SET dial or SET button.NCM Settings detail settings:[Camera Control]: Enables camera control from the CCM UI.[Camera Setting]: Enables “ALL File” operations from the CCM UIAfter loading an ALL file from the CCM, the camcorder will reboot.After rebooting:Always: Enables “ALL File” operations continuously.Onetime: Enables “ALL File” operation once only, then the setting changes to “Off”.Presets can be selected based on your use case.For example, you can set [NCM Settings1] for XDCAM air and [NCM Settings2] for Network RX Station.28

5.5. Network Communication Test5.5.1. 4G/LTE USB ModemAfter attaching and configuring a 4G/LTE USB modem, the next step is test for network communicationvia the USB modem.It is recommended that you test the USB modem using a computer beforehand (see “3.1.1. 4G/LTE USBModem” ).1Turn on the camcorder, and check that the 3G/4G icon appears on the camcorder LCD screen.When the network connection is working correctly, the 3G/4G icon appears.If you experience any difficulty, see “12.1.1. 4G/LTE USB Modem” in the Troubleshooting section.5.5.2. Wireless LANAfter configuring a wireless LAN, the next step is to test for network communication via the wireless LAN.1Turn on the camcorder, and check that the wireless LAN status indicator appears on the camcorder LCDscreen.When the network connection is working correctly, the wireless LAN status indicator appears.If you experience any difficulty, see “12.1.2. Wireless LAN” in the Troubleshooting section.29

5.5.3. Wired LANAfter configuring a wired LAN, the next step is to test for network communication via the wired LAN.1Turn on the camcorder, and check that the LAN status indicator appears on the camcorder LCD screen.When the network connection is working correctly, the LAN status indicator appears.If you experience any difficulty, see “12.1.3. Wired LAN” in the Troubleshooting section.30

5.6. Network Client Mode Communication TestAfter the network communication test is successful, the next step is to test Network Client Mode.1Select Network Network Client Mode NCM Settings Select in the setup menu, and select NCMSettings1.NoteNCM Settings1 is used as an example.5.6.1. XDCAM air1Select Network Network Client Mode in the setup menu, and set Setting to On.2Start communication with the CCM of XDCAM air.When XDCAM air is accessed for the first time from a device, you must activate the device afterconnecting to the CCM of XDCAM air.In this case, theicon appears on the camcorder LCD screen, and Network Client Mode statusdisplays “Connecting” and then “Connected” with the CCM name. Check the CCM UI of XDCAM air.31

After activation, theCCM UI screen.icon appears on the camcorder LCD screen and thumbnails appear on theIf you experience any difficulty, see “12.2. Network Client Mode” in the Troubleshooting section.5.6.2. Network RX Station1Select Network Network Client Mode in the setup menu, and set Setting to On.2Start communication with the CCM of Network RX Station.When communication is successful, thethumbnails appear on the CCM UI screen.icon appears on the camcorder LCD screen andIf you experience any difficulty, see “12.2. Network Client Mode” in the Troubleshooting section.32

Chapter6Setup for “Live Streaming”6.1. Camcorder SettingsBecause of some system restrictions, “Live Streaming” is not available in the following cases. Check thecamcorder settings.– When System Rec Format Codec is set to DVCAM(MXF) in the setup menu– When Recording S&Q Motion Setting is set to On in the setup menu– When Recording Interval Rec Setting is set to On in the setup menuStreaming at up to 10Mbps is supported under the following conditions.– When Camera Focus Face Detection AF is set to Face Only AF or Face Priority AF in the setup menu– When an intercom headset is connected6.2. Streaming TestAfter checking that Network Client Mode communication is successful, you can check QoS streaming.This test is controlled from the CCM UI.1Select the camcorder and set the Network Range and destination receiver (Network RX Station).2Issue the Start command for QoS streaming from the CCM.The camcorder starts streaming.When streaming is successful, theicon appears on the camcorder LCD screen and the streamingpicture appears in the CCM UI preview area.If you experience any difficulty, see “12.3.1. Live Streaming” in the Troubleshooting section.33

Chapter7Setup for “Intercom Operation”7.1. Camcorder SettingsThe intercom function is not available in following cases.– When Camera Focus Face Detection AF is set to Face Only AF or Face Priority AF in the setup menu– When Recording Proxy Rec Setting is set to On in the setup menu– When Recording 4K&HD(Sub) Rec Setting is set to On in the setup menu.– During streaming at a high bit rate (11Mbps or higher)7.2. Intercom TestAfter checking that Network Client Mode communication is successful, you can check the intercomoperation.This test is controlled from the CCM UI.When the intercom function is enabled, theicon appears on the camcorder LCD screen.If the headset has an audio muting function, cancel muting. Adjust the intercom audio level as required,and check that communication is established.34

Chapter8Setup for “Camera Remote Control”8.1. Camcorder SettingsFor camera remote operation, set Camera Control to Enable in the Network Client Mode settings.For details, see “5.4. Network Client Mode Settings”.8.2. Camera Remote TestAfter checking that Network Client Mode communication is successful, you can check camera remoteoperation.This test is controlled from the CCM UI.1Select a camcorder and set the Network Range and the destination receiver (Network RX Station).2Issue the Start command for QoS streaming from the CCM.The cam

to FTP server, Cloud Services like XDCAM air, Ci Media Cloud. XDCAM air Shoulder Camcorders e.g. PXW-X400 Handheld Camcorders e.g. PXW-Z280/Z190 Camera Operators in the field Studio Operators in the station FTP Server (3rd party) Access camcorder to see Proxy clips list by Camera GUI, CBM or cloud service (i.e. XDCAM air) Preview Proxy clips .

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