DCP-2000                               DIGITAL CINEMA SERVER             Field Installer                              Manu...
Table of Contents1 INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................
7.1 MACRO EDITOR INTERFACE OVERVIEW..........................................................................................
13.1.1 BIOS Setting for Intel SE7221 Motherboard.............................................................................
WARRANTYDoremis warranty obligations are limited to the terms set forth below:• Doremi Labs, Inc. ("Doremi") warrants this...
Software License AgreementTHIS SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”) is provided by Doremi Labs, Inc. (“Licensor”)...
8. Disclaimer of Warranty.THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITHRE...
WARNING!!                              THIS DEVICE MUST BE GROUNDED.                                        IMPORTANTPower...
If water or any other liquid is spilled into or onto the DCP-2000, disconnect the power and callyour Doremi dealer.Make su...
W A R N IN G !!        T o p re v e n t fire o r s h o c k h a z a rd , d o n o t e x p o s e th is a p p lia n c e to ra ...
CE NOTICE  Marking by the symbol       indicates compliance of the device to the EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) direc...
1 Introduction1.1 PurposeThis manual is designed to guide you through the setup and installation of the DCP-2000. Itprovid...
2 CAUTION2.1 Drives Insertion2.1.1 General Rules    •   In all cases, do NOT insert or remove drives back if the unit is p...
•    Open the door covering the HDD cage - located on the right side of the front panel•    Insert each drive all the way ...
3 DCP-2000 PresentationThank you for your choosing the Doremi DCP-2000. The DCP-2000 is a high quality DCI JPEG-2000 serve...
The door on the right (for both types of front panel) covers the POWER switch and the 3 harddisks that make up the RAID-5 ...
3.2 DCP-2000 Rear PanelTwo different rear panels can be found on the DCP-2000 depending on the motherboard used.The SuperM...
4 Rear Panel Connectors4.1 VGA Cable Connection for Server LCD Screen UsageIf the front panel LCD screen needs to be used,...
4.2 Rear Panel Card Slot Connectors4.2.1 Card Slot Connectors OverviewOn the center of the rear panel are the various card...
4.2.2 HD-SDI Serial Digital Interface / Dolphin DCI Decoder CardLocated in the rear panel card slots next to the Analog Au...
The GPIO DVI-I connector pin numbering is illustrated below:                                            17       9        ...
The GPIO cable delivered with the DCP-2000 with a Dolphin DCI installed has an exposed wireend as shown here:             ...
The AES/EBU digital audio DB-25 connector pin-out follows: Pin #      Signal Description      Pin #       Signal Descripti...
4.3.1.2 Intel Motherboard Connectors    Mouse          Keyboard        Serial Port      VGA        Ethernet      USB      ...
5 DCP-2000 IP AddressAll DCP-2000 servers are shipped with a default IP address of 192.168.100.50 on the Ethernetport (Eth...
8.)   Enter the desired default gateway or leave empty and select “OK”9.)   Enter the desired subnet mask and select “OK”1...
6 Device Manager SetupThe Device Manager is a graphical user interface (GUI) used to setup the connection between aDCP-200...
Select the item called “Projector” and click the “Add” button as illustrated below:                 “Projector” item      ...
5. Enable or disable subtitles if needed using the corresponding radio buttons on the bottom    of this GUI.    Note: If y...
6.2 Automation Libraries ManagementSupport for theater automation control is also provided. The list of currently supporte...
6.2.2 JNior Device6.2.2.1 JNior Device AdditionTo use the JNior device, click the “Add” button and select “JNior”. The JNi...
6.3 Raw Device6.3.1 Raw Device AdditionA “Raw” device allows for communication with an external device across an Ethernet ...
6.4 ISE1 DeviceThe ISE1 Device provides for communication with the IMAX Secure Enclosure. If moreinformation is needed, pl...
7 Automation Setup: Macro Editor UsageAutomation events can be created using the Macro Editor for use within the CineListe...
7.2 Automation Cue Tab7.2.1 Macro CreationClick the “Add” button to start the creation of a new Macro Automation Cue – see...
7.2.2 Action InsertionTo insert a new action in a Macro Automation Cue, select its Macro name in the “MacroWindow” and cli...
•   Example of Delay Action Insertion    To add a delay action to the selected Macro Automation Cue, click the “Delay” but...
•     Example of Automation Library Usage      When one of the supported devices (e.g. eCNA and JNior) is added according ...
7.2.3 Action List Management•   Action Reordering    Two arrows allow the user to change the order of the actions in the M...
7.3 Trigger Cue Tab7.3.1 Trigger Cue Tab OverviewThe Trigger Cue Tab is shown below: “Add” buttonto be used to  add a new ...
The new created Trigger Cue will appear in the “Trigger” window, ready to be connected to a GPI event:“Edit Trigger”   but...
Figure 43: Connection to a GPI Event    Define the GPI line number and value you want to connect to the Trigger Cue and cl...
7.4 Pre-defined Macro UsageIf you have a pre-defined macros.xml file containing automation and trigger cue definitions, ju...
8 Time Zone SetupDCP-2000 units may or may not be localized with your time zone. This section provides youinformation on h...
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  1. 1. DCP-2000 DIGITAL CINEMA SERVER Field Installer Manual Version 1.5_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 1 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  2. 2. Table of Contents1 INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................12 1.1 PURPOSE.............................................................................................................................................12 1.2 PRESENTATION......................................................................................................................................12 1.3 APPLICABILITY.......................................................................................................................................122 CAUTION ..............................................................................................................................................13 2.1 DRIVES INSERTION.................................................................................................................................13 2.1.1 General Rules...........................................................................................................................13 2.1.2 HDDs Shipment.........................................................................................................................13 2.2 PROPER POWER OFF.............................................................................................................................143 DCP-2000 PRESENTATION..................................................................................................................15 3.1 DCP-2000 FRONT PANEL.....................................................................................................................15 3.2 DCP-2000 REAR PANEL.......................................................................................................................174 REAR PANEL CONNECTORS..............................................................................................................18 4.1 VGA CABLE CONNECTION FOR SERVER LCD SCREEN USAGE.......................................................................18 4.2 REAR PANEL CARD SLOT CONNECTORS ....................................................................................................19 4.2.1 Card Slot Connectors Overview................................................................................................19 4.2.2 HD-SDI Serial Digital Interface / Dolphin DCI Decoder Card.....................................................20 4.2.3 Digital Audio (AES/EBU)...........................................................................................................22 4.2.4 Analog Audio ............................................................................................................................23 4.3 DCP-2000 MOTHERBOARD CONNECTIONS.................................................................................................23 4.3.1 Motherboard Connectors...........................................................................................................23 4.3.2 Keyboard & Mouse PS-2 Connectors........................................................................................24 4.3.3 Serial Port..................................................................................................................................24 4.3.4 VGA...........................................................................................................................................24 4.3.5 USB Ports..................................................................................................................................24 4.3.6 Ethernet.....................................................................................................................................245 DCP-2000 IP ADDRESS........................................................................................................................256 DEVICE MANAGER SETUP..................................................................................................................27 6.1 PROJECTOR(S) MANAGEMENT...................................................................................................................27 6.1.1 Adding a Projector.....................................................................................................................27 6.1.2 Removing a Projector................................................................................................................29 6.1.3 Dual Projector for 3D Usage......................................................................................................29 6.2 AUTOMATION LIBRARIES MANAGEMENT........................................................................................................30 6.2.1 eCNA Device.............................................................................................................................30 6.2.2 JNior Device..............................................................................................................................31 6.3 RAW DEVICE........................................................................................................................................32 6.3.1 Raw Device Addition.................................................................................................................32 6.3.2 Raw Device Removal................................................................................................................32 6.4 ISE1 DEVICE.......................................................................................................................................33 6.5 CSS DEVICE.......................................................................................................................................33 6.6 3D SETUP...........................................................................................................................................33 6.6.1 Projector Configuration for 3D or 48fps.....................................................................................33 6.6.2 Dolby 3D Support......................................................................................................................33 6.6.3 RealD 3D Support.....................................................................................................................33 6.6.4 Sensio 3D Support....................................................................................................................33 6.7 CLOSED CAPTION SUPPORT.....................................................................................................................337 AUTOMATION SETUP: MACRO EDITOR USAGE...............................................................................34_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 2 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  3. 3. 7.1 MACRO EDITOR INTERFACE OVERVIEW.......................................................................................................34 7.2 AUTOMATION CUE TAB...........................................................................................................................35 7.2.1 Macro Creation..........................................................................................................................35 7.2.2 Action Insertion..........................................................................................................................36 7.2.3 Action List Management............................................................................................................39 7.2.4 Macro Saving............................................................................................................................39 7.3 TRIGGER CUE TAB.................................................................................................................................40 7.3.1 Trigger Cue Tab Overview........................................................................................................40 7.3.2 Trigger Cue Creation.................................................................................................................40 7.3.3 Connection to an Event.............................................................................................................41 7.3.4 Trigger Cue Saving....................................................................................................................42 7.4 PRE-DEFINED MACRO USAGE...................................................................................................................43 7.5 DEFAULT CUES.....................................................................................................................................43 7.6 STARTUP SCRIPTS.................................................................................................................................438 TIME ZONE SETUP...............................................................................................................................44 8.1 CHECKING THE TIME ZONE......................................................................................................................44 8.2 CHANGING THE TIME ZONE......................................................................................................................449 CONTROL PANEL.................................................................................................................................45 9.1 ACCOUNT MANAGER GUI.......................................................................................................................46 9.2 LANGUAGE SETUP..................................................................................................................................49 9.3 LICENSE MANAGER................................................................................................................................50 9.4 LIVE MANAGER ....................................................................................................................................5210 VENDOR SPECIFIC PROJECTOR SETUP INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................55 10.1 ADDING A CHRISTIE PROJECTOR.............................................................................................................55 10.2 ADDING A NEC PROJECTOR..................................................................................................................56 10.3 ADDING A BARCO PROJECTOR................................................................................................................5711 DCP-2000 SOFTWARE/FIRMWARE USB UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS............................................58 11.1 DISPLAYING THE DCP-2000 SOFTWARE/FIRMWARE VERSIONS.....................................................................58 11.2 UPDATING FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE VIA USB...............................................................................................5812 DCP-2000 LINUX TERMINAL COMMANDS.......................................................................................60 12.1 LINUX LOGIN & TERMINAL WINDOW (LOCAL CONNECTION)...........................................................................60 12.2 LINUX LOGIN & TERMINAL WINDOW (REMOTE CONNECTION)........................................................................60 12.2.1 Remote Login From a Linux PC..............................................................................................60 12.2.2 Remote Login From a Windows PC........................................................................................61 12.3 DISPLAYING THE DOLPHIN FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE VERSION...........................................................................61 12.4 GENERATING STATUS REPORTS.............................................................................................................61 12.5 SOFTWARE/FIRMWARE UPGRADE............................................................................................................62 12.5.1 Sending the Software File to the DCP-2000............................................................................62 12.5.2 Performing the Software Upgrade...........................................................................................62 12.5.3 Sending the Firmware File to the DCP-2000...........................................................................62 12.5.4 Performing the Firmware Upgrade..........................................................................................63 12.6 NETWORK RESTARTING........................................................................................................................63 12.7 RAID..............................................................................................................................................63 12.7.1 RAID Failure Identification.......................................................................................................63 12.7.2 RAID Reinit..............................................................................................................................64 12.8 INGEST FROM ETHERNET (FTP SERVER).................................................................................................64 12.8.1 Uploading Files to a Remote DCP-2000 via FTP....................................................................64 12.9 CHANGING THE LINUX LOGIN PASSWORD.................................................................................................65 12.10 CHANGING THE LINUX DISPLAY RESOLUTION...........................................................................................6513 TROUBLESHOOTING.........................................................................................................................66 13.1 DCP-2000 BIOS SETTINGS..............................................................................................................66_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 3 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  4. 4. 13.1.1 BIOS Setting for Intel SE7221 Motherboard............................................................................66 13.1.2 BIOS Setting for SuperMicro X7SBE Motherboard..................................................................67 13.2 SERVER LCD SCREEN MAINTENANCE.....................................................................................................68 13.2.1 “Root” Logging.........................................................................................................................68 13.2.2 Server LCD Screen Calibration...............................................................................................6814 APPENDIX A: GENERAL PURPOSE OUTPUT CONNECTION DIAGRAM.......................................6915 APPENDIX B: GENERAL PURPOSE INPUT CONNECTION DIAGRAM...........................................7016 APPENDIX C: XML STRUCTURE USED BY MACRO EDITOR.........................................................71 16.1 AUTOMATIONCUEMACROLIST SAMPLE.....................................................................................................71 16.2 AUTOMATIONCUEMACROLIST STRUCTURE................................................................................................72 16.2.1 IssueDate Node.......................................................................................................................73 16.2.2 Issuer Node.............................................................................................................................73 16.2.3 Creator Node...........................................................................................................................73 16.2.4 AnnotationText Node...............................................................................................................73 16.2.5 AutomationCueMacro Nodes..................................................................................................73 16.2.6 Command Node [optional].......................................................................................................74 16.2.7 TriggerCue Node [optional].....................................................................................................77 16.3 SCHEMA...........................................................................................................................................79 16.4 XML DIAGRAM LEGEND.......................................................................................................................81 16.4.1 Element symbols.....................................................................................................................81 16.4.2 Model symbols ("compositors")...............................................................................................82 16.5 TYPES..............................................................................................................................................82 16.6 MODEL GROUPS AND REFERENCES..........................................................................................................8317 ANNEX D: NETMAP CONFIGURATION FILE.....................................................................................84 17.1 OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................................................84 17.2 NETMAP FILE STRUCTURE....................................................................................................................84 17.3 SAMPLE NETMAP FILE.........................................................................................................................86 17.4 KNOWN ISSUES..................................................................................................................................8618 ANNEX E: DEVICE MANAGER CONFIGURATION FOR LICENSED FEATURES............................87 18.1 DOLBY 3D CONFIGURATION..................................................................................................................87 18.2 REALD 3D CONFIGURATION.................................................................................................................87 18.3 SUBTITLE ENGINE CONFIGURATION..........................................................................................................8819 ACRONYMS........................................................................................................................................9120 DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY......................................................................................................92_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 4 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  5. 5. WARRANTYDoremis warranty obligations are limited to the terms set forth below:• Doremi Labs, Inc. ("Doremi") warrants this hardware product against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of ONE (1) YEAR from the date of original retail purchase.• If you discover a defect, Doremi will, at its option, repair or replace this product at no charge to you, provided you return it during the warranty period, with transportation charges prepaid, to your nearest Doremi Labs repair facility. To each product returned for warranty service, please attach your name, address, telephone number, and a copy of the bill of sale bearing the appropriate Doremi serial numbers as proof of date of the original retail purchase. You will also need to contact Doremi Labs technical support to receive a return authorization number (RMA).• This warranty applies only to hardware products manufactured by or for Doremi that can be identified by the "Doremi Labs" trademark, trade name, or logo affixed on them. Doremi software is warranted pursuant to a separate written statement packed with the software. Doremi does not warrant any products that are not Doremi products. This warranty does not apply if the product has been damaged by accident, abuse, misuse, or misapplication; if the product has been modified without the written permission of Doremi; or if any Doremi serial number has been removed or defaced.• THE WARRANTY AND REMEDIES SET FORTH ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHERS, WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. DOREMI SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. No Doremi distributor, agent, or employee is authorized to make any modification, extension, or addition to this warranty.• DOREMI IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY, OR UNDER ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS, DOWNTIME, GOODWILL, DAMAGE TO OR REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT AND PROPERTY, AND ANY COSTS OF RECOVERING, REPROGRAMMING, OR REPRODUCING ANY PROGRAM OR DATA STORED IN OR USED WITH DOREMI PRODUCTS.• Any repairs made after the initial one (1) year warranty period will be billed to the client (all shipping, parts and labor).• The out of warranty repairs themselves are warranted for 90 days (from the date the repaired unit is shipped back to the client). Any other defects found during the 90 days will be billed to the client (all shipping, parts and labor)._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 5 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  6. 6. Software License AgreementTHIS SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”) is provided by Doremi Labs, Inc. (“Licensor”) to you, the customer(the “Customer”). PLEASE READ IT’S TERMS CAREFULLY, AS THE CUSTOMER’S USE OF THE SOFTWARE WILLCONSTITUTE THE CUSTOMER’S ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT.1. License. Licensor hereby grants to the Customer a non-transferable (except as otherwise provided herein) and non-exclusivelicense to use the software and associated documentation being provided with the Doremi Labs equipment being acquired by theCustomer (respectively, the “Software” and the “Documentation”) on a single piece of Doremi Labs equipment at one site. TheSoftware and the piece of Doremi Labs equipment must remain at the same location for the term of this license. The number ofusers of the Software is not limited and the users are not required to be personally identified to Licensor.2. Restrictions. Customer acknowledges that the Software and its structure, organization and source code constitute valuable tradesecrets of Licensor and its suppliers. Accordingly, Customer agrees not to and shall not allow others to (a) modify, adapt, alter,translate, or create derivative works from the Software; (b) merge the Software with other software; (c) sublicense, lease, rent, loanor otherwise transfer the Software to any third party; (d) make the Software available to any third party as part of any time-sharing,ASP, or service bureau arrangement or otherwise operate the Software for the benefit of any third party; (e) reverse engineer,decompile, disassemble or otherwise attempt to derive the source code for the Software (except to the extent the provisions of thisclause (e) are expressly prohibited by applicable law); or (f) otherwise use or copy the Software except as expressly allowed inSection 1. Title in, ownership of, and all right associated with the Software shall remain vested in the Licensor. Licensor reserves allrights not expressly granted to the Customer.3. Confidentiality of the Software. The Customer acknowledges and agrees that the Software and the Documentation constitutevaluable proprietary products and trade secrets of the Licensor embodying substantial creative efforts and confidential information,ideas and expressions. The Customer agrees to maintain in all respects the confidentiality of the Software including, withoutlimitation, agreeing not to disclose or otherwise make available to any other person or entity, in any manner, the Software in anyform whatsoever, except that such disclosure or availability shall be permitted to an employee of the Customer whose duties andresponsibilities require access to the Software in the course of his or her employment or to agents or independent contractors of theCustomer performing maintenance or support services requiring access to the Software. The Customer further agrees not to alter orremove any copyright or other proprietary rights notice or identification which indicates the Licensor’s ownership from any part of theSoftware.4. License Non-Transferable. Neither the license granted by this Agreement nor any copies of the software, the documentation, orany other materials delivered by the Licensor to the Customer pursuant to this Agreement may, in whole or in part, be assigned,sublicensed, loaned out, distributed, or otherwise transferred by the Customer to any other person or entity without the prior writtenconsent of the Licensor, except as provided below. Any attempt to assign, sublicense, loan, distribute or otherwise transfer suchmaterials in violation of the terms of this Agreement shall be deemed null and void. If the Customer desires to transfer the licensegranted by this Agreement in connection with a sale of the Doremi Labs equipment being purchased by another customer ofDoremi, the Licensor hereby consents to the assignment of the license provided (a) such sale otherwise complies with the terms ofthis agreement and applicable law; (b) the transferee reads and agrees to accept the terms and conditions of the agreement; and (c)the transferee must be another customer of Doremi.5. Export by Law Assurances. The Customer agrees and certifies that neither the Software and documentation nor any directproduct thereof is being or will be downloaded, shipped, transferred, exported, or re-exported, directly or indirectly, into any countryto which export is prohibited by the laws and regulations of the United States.6. Government End Users. If acquiring the Software on behalf of any unit or agent of the United States government, the Customeragrees that: (a) the Software is “Commercial Computer Software” as the term is defined in paragraph 27.401 of the DoDSupplement to the Federal Acquisition Regulations (the “Supplement”) or is within the equivalent classification of any other federalagencies’ regulations; (b) the Software was developed at private expense, and no part of it was developed with government funds:(c) the government’s use of the Software is subject to “Restricted Rights” as that term is defined in clause 52.227-7013 (b) (3) (ii) ofthe supplement or in the equivalent clause of any other federal agencies’ regulations; (d) the Software is a “trade secret’ of thelicensor for all purposes of the Freedom of Information Act; and (e) each copy of the Software will contain the Following RestrictedRights Legend: “Restricted Rights Legend”Use, duplication, or disclosure is subject to restriction as set forth in the subdivision (b) (3) (ii) of the Rights in the Technical Dataand Computer Software clause at FAR 52.227-7013. Manufacturer: Doremi Labs, Inc., 1020 Chestnut Street, Burbank, CA 91506.The Customer agrees to indemnify Licensor for any liability, loss, costs and expense (including court cost and reasonable attorney’sfees) arising out of any breach of the provisions of this Agreement relating to use by the government.7. Term. The license is effective until terminated. Customers may terminate it at any time by destroying the Software together withall copies permitted by this Agreement. Licensor may terminate this license upon thirty (30) days prior written notice to Customer ifCustomer materially breaches any provision of this Agreement and fails to cure such breach, if curable, during such thirty (30) dayperiod; provided that if Customer breaches the provisions of Sections 2 or 3, Licensor shall have the right to terminate thisAgreement immediately upon written notice to Customer. The license will also terminate upon conditions set forth elsewhere in thisAgreement. The Customer agrees upon such termination to destroy all copies of the Software._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 6 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  7. 7. 8. Disclaimer of Warranty.THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITHRESPECT TO ITS MERCHANDABILITY OR ITS FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THEQUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE IS WITH THE CUSTOMER. SHOULD THE SOFTWARE PROVEDEFECTIVE, THE CUSTOMER (AND NOT LICENSOR OR A LICENSOR AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR) ASSUMES THE ENTIRECOST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIRING, OR CORRECTION.LICENSOR DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE FUNCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE SOFTWARE WILL MEET THE CUSTOMER’SREQUIREMENTS OR THAT THE OPERATION OF THE SOFTWARE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE OR THATDEFECTS IN THE SOFTWARE WILL BE CORRECTED. IF ANY MODEL OR SAMPLE WAS SHOWN TO THE CUSTOMER,SUCH A MODEL OR SAMPLE WAS USED MERELY TO ILLUSTRATE THE GENERAL TYPE AND QUALITY OF THESOFTWARE AND NOT TO REPRESENT THAT THE SOFTWARE WOULD NECESSARILY CONFORM TO SUCH A MODEL ORSAMPLE.Some states do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties, so the above exclusion may not apply to the Customer.9. Limitation of Remedies. The Licensor shall not, under any circumstances, be liable to the Customer for any indirect,consequential or incidental damages arising out of the use, or results of use of, the software and documentation or otherwiserelating to the functioning thereof or arising out of this agreement or any breach of this agreement by the Licensor, even if theLicensor has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Licensor’s liability to the Customer for actual damages for any causewhatsoever, and regardless of the form of the action, will be limited to the greater of $300 or the money paid for the Software thatcaused the damages or that is the subject matter of, or is directly related to, the cause of action. Some states do not allow thelimitation or exclusion of liability for incidental or consequential damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply tocustomer.10. General.(a) The terms of this Agreement are intended as a final expression of the parties’ agreement with respect to such terms as areincluded in this Agreement and may not be contradicted by evidence of any prior or contemporaneous agreement. This Agreementconstitutes the complete and exclusive statement of its terms and no extrinsic evidence whatsoever may be introduced in anyjudicial proceeding, if any, involving this Agreement.(b) This Agreement shall be construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of California applicable to contractsmade and to be performed entirely in the State of California without regard to such state’s conflict of laws provisions.(c) If any portion of any provision of this Agreement is ruled invalid or unenforceable under any applicable law, that provision will beenforced to the maximum extent permissible, and the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect.(d) All waivers must be in writing. Any waiver or failure to enforce any provision of this Agreement on one occasion will not bedeemed a waiver of any other provision or of such provision on any other occasion._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 7 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  8. 8. WARNING!! THIS DEVICE MUST BE GROUNDED. IMPORTANTPower requirements for electrical equipment vary from area to area. Please ensure that yourDCP-2000 meets the power requirements in your area. If in doubt, consult a qualified electricianor your Doremi Labs dealer. AVISLe voltage peut différer d’un pays a l’autre. Il faut que le DCP-2000 soit ajusté au voltage dupays.LA SOURCE DE PUISSANCE DOIT AVOIR UN CONDUCTEUR CONNECTE A LA TERRE.Toutes réparations doivent être effectuées par une personne qualifiée. AFIN D’EVITER UNCHOC ELECTRIQUE, VEUILLEZ NE PAS ENLEVER LE CAPOT. DCP-2000 Power Ratings • AC Input: 100-240V~, 6-3A, 60-50Hz • Maximum Power Consumption: 300WWARNING: MULTIPLE SOURCES OF SUPPLY; DISCONNECT ALL SOURCES BEFORESERVICING. DCP-2000 Rack Mount and Thermal Information • Maximum operating ambient temperature is 35°C. • Never restrict the air flow through the devices’ fan or vents. • When installing equipment into a rack, distribute the units evenly. Otherwise hazardous conditions may be created by an uneven weight distribution. • Connect the unit only to a properly rated supply circuit. Reliable earthing (grounding) of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained PROTECTING YOURSELF AND THE DCP-2000Never touch the AC plug with wet hands.Always disconnect the DCP-2000 from the power supply by pulling on the plug, not the cord.Allow only a Doremi Labs, Inc. dealer or qualified professional engineer to repair or reassemblethe DCP-2000. Apart from voiding the warranty, unauthorized engineers might touch liveinternal parts and receive a serious electric shock.Do not put, or allow anyone to put, any object, especially metal objects into the DCP-2000.Use only an AC power supply. Never use a DC power supply._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 8 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  9. 9. If water or any other liquid is spilled into or onto the DCP-2000, disconnect the power and callyour Doremi dealer.Make sure the unit is well ventilated and away from direct sunlight. To avoid damage to internalcircuitry, as well as the external finish, keep the DCP-2000 away from sources of direct heat(heater vents, stoves, radiators, etc.)Avoid using flammable aerosols, etc. near the DCP-2000. They may damage the surface andmay ignite. Do not use denatured alcohol, paint thinner, or similar chemicals to clean the DCP-2000. They will damage the finish.Modification of this equipment is dangerous and can result in the functions of the DCP-2000being impaired. Never attempt to modify the equipment in any way.In order to ensure optimum performance of your DCP-2000, select the setup location carefullyand make sure the equipment is used properly. Avoid setting up the DCP-2000 in the followinglocations: 1. In a humid or dusty environment. 2. In a room with poor ventilation. 3. On a surface which is not level. 4. Inside a moving vehicle where it will be subject to vibration. 5. In an extremely hot or cold environment. Removable Drives WarningRemoval of the hot swappable hard drives allows access to pins and traces supplying power tothe hard drive backplane. These are considered as energy hazards.REMOVAL OF HARD DRIVES MAY ONLY BE PERFORMED BY TRAINED SERVICEPERSONNEL.With regards to the energy hazard warning and removable drives, the equipment may only beused in a restricted access location (not accessible to the general public). CAUTION Battery is located on the motherboard. Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 9 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  10. 10. W A R N IN G !! T o p re v e n t fire o r s h o c k h a z a rd , d o n o t e x p o s e th is a p p lia n c e to ra in o r m o is tu re C A U T IO N : C A U T IO N R IS K O F E L E C T R IC S H O C K D O N OT O PEN T O R E D U C E T H E R IS K O F E L E C T R IC S H O C K , ! D O N O T R E M O V E C O V E R (O R B A C K ). N O U S E R -S E R V IC E A B L E P A R T S IN S ID E . R E F E R S E R V IC IN G T O Q U A L IF IE D S E R V IC E P E R S O N N E L . T h e lig h tn in g fla s h w ith th e a rro w h e a d s y m b o l s u p e rim p o s e d a c ro s s a g ra p h ic a l re p re s e n ta tio n o f a p e rs o n , w ith in a n e q u ila te ra l tria n g le , is in te n d e d to a le rt th e u s e r to th e p re s e n c e o f u n in s u la te d “ d a n g e ro u s v o lta g e ” w ith in th e p ro d u c t’s e n c lo s u re ; th a t m a y b e o f s u ffic ie n t m a g n itu d e to c o n s titu te a ris k o f e le c tric s h o c k . ! T h e e x c la m a tio n p o in t w ith in a n e q u ila te ra l tria n g le is in te n d e d to a le rt th e u s e r to th e p re s e n c e o f im p o rta n t o p e ra tin g a n d m a in te n a n c e (s e rv ic in g ) in s tru c tio n s in th e lite ra tu re a c c o m p a n y in g th e a p p lia n c e ._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 10 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  11. 11. CE NOTICE Marking by the symbol indicates compliance of the device to the EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) directive and to the Low Voltage directive of the European Community. Such a marking is indicative that this device meets or exceeds the following technical standard: • EN 55022 "Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interface Characteristics of Information Technology Equipment." A "Declaration of Conformity" in accordance with the above standard has been made and is on file at Doremi._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 11 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  12. 12. 1 Introduction1.1 PurposeThis manual is designed to guide you through the setup and installation of the DCP-2000. Itprovides information about the following steps: • Drive insertion • Physical connections • DCP-2000 IP address setup • Projector(s) setup • Automation setup • Time zone setupThese steps correspond to sections 2 through 8. Additional information is provided for referencewithin the other sections of this document as presented in paragraph 1.2 below.1.2 PresentationThis document is structured according to the following sections: • Section 1: Introduction – Overall presentation of the document • Section 2: CAUTION – Information about proper power off and drive installation • Section 3: DCP-2000 Presentation – Overview of the DCP-2000 server • Section 4: Rear Panel Connectors – Description of the rear panel connectors • Section 5: DCP-2000 IP Address – Procedure to change the DCP-2000 IP addresses • Section 6: Device Manager Setup – Usage of Device Manager to setup connections between the DCP-2000, projector(s) and/or devices for automation management • Section 7: Automation Setup – Usage of Macro Editor for automation cues and trigger cues setup. • Section 8: Time Zone Setup • Section 9: Vendor Specific Projector Setup Instructions – Information about vendor specific setups • Section 10: DCP-2000 Software/Firmware USB Upgrade Instructions – Description on how to upgrade the DCP-2000 software/firmware • Section 11: DCP-2000 Linux Terminal Commands – Basic Linux terminal commands • Section 12: Troubleshooting • Section 13: Appendix A: General Purpose Output Connection Diagram • Section 14: Appendix B: General Purpose Input Connection Diagram • Section 15: Appendix C: XML Structure used by Macro Editor • Section 16: Acronyms • Section 17: Document Revision History1.3 ApplicabilityThis document complies with software version 0.5.4-2._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 12 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  13. 13. 2 CAUTION2.1 Drives Insertion2.1.1 General Rules • In all cases, do NOT insert or remove drives back if the unit is powered ON. • Drives are preferred to be of the same make and model, and have the same capacity. • Warning: Doremi prohibits mixing SATA I drives with SATA II drives within the same RAID.2.1.2 HDDs ShipmentDrives (HDDs) might be shipped out of the chassis. In this case, insert them BEFORE thepower cables according to the procedure presented below:• Identify the label written on each HDD (you should have one TOP, one CENTER and one BOTTOM): HDD label location Figure 1: HDD Label Location – Example of “TOP” label• For each HDD, press on the blue button located on its front side in order to release the grey handle and open the handle ALL THE WAY until it clicks, as presented below: Grey handle Blue button Figure 2: HDD – Grey Handle Opening_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 13 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  14. 14. • Open the door covering the HDD cage - located on the right side of the front panel• Insert each drive all the way – one by one – in the chassis HDD cage according to the TOP- CENTER-BOTTOM location defined in the schema below. Make sure that the grey handle REMAINS OPEN ALL THE WAY to the right: TOP LCD monitor CENTER BOTTOM HDDs Location Figure 3: DCP-2000 Front View Schema – HDDs Location The drive must be inserted all the way inside the HDD cage BEFORE trying to close the grey handle - otherwise the drive might not be connected properly: Grey handle opened TOP HDD inserted ALL THE WAY in all the way into the order to insert the HDD cage HDD properly CENTER and BOTTOM HDDs already installed Figure 4: DCP-2000 HDD Cage – HDDs Insertion Close the grey handle - by pushing it toward the HDD - until it clicks. The HDD properly installed should then look like the CENTER and BOTTOM HDDs presented on the Figure 4 above.• Power cables can now be plugged safely into the DCP-2000.2.2 Proper Power OffFollow the instruction below to power off the DCP-2000 safely. Any other method mightDAMAGE THE RAID and result in RAID FAILURE: • Select SHUT DOWN from the LOGOUT menu: "Menu → Logout... → Shutdown", OR • Press and release the Power button: DO NOT HOLD THE POWER BUTTON FOR MORE THAN ONE SECOND – see section 3.1 for power switch location.To turn it back on, simply press and release the POWER switch._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 14 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  15. 15. 3 DCP-2000 PresentationThank you for your choosing the Doremi DCP-2000. The DCP-2000 is a high quality DCI JPEG-2000 server capable of playing movie or trailer packages in MXF format at up to 250Mbits/sec.The unit features a dual-link encrypted HD-SDI output capable of 12-bit 4:4:4 2048x1080p24 or10-bit 4:2:2 for 48fps and 3D applications. Data storage is done on an internal RAID5 disk array.The DCP-2000 is also capable of playing MPEG2 Interop movies, pre-show and alternativecontent playback.3.1 DCP-2000 Front PanelTwo different front panels can be found: • a black front panel - with two doors • a silver front panel - without door in front of the server LCD screenThey are presented below: Figure 5: DCP-2000 with Black Front Panel Figure 6: DCP-2000 with Silver Front PanelPOWER (or PWR): Upper green LED lights when the unit is ON.HDD: Red LED indicates hard drive access._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 15 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  16. 16. The door on the right (for both types of front panel) covers the POWER switch and the 3 harddisks that make up the RAID-5 storage. (a) (b) Figure 7: DCP-2000 Front Panel, Right Door Opened - Three HDDs (a) Black Front Panel, (b) Silver Front PanelEach hard disk has a blue button that allows removal of the drive from the chassis. Be carefulNOT to remove the hard disk when the DCP-2000 is running.Additionally, there is one USB 2.0 connector on the center of the front panel that canaccommodate an external hard drive as well as a mouse or keyboard. Note that on the blackfront panel, two USB connectors are presents, while only the upper USB connector is active.The left side of the front panel provides an LCD screen (covered by a door on the black chassis)with its associated power on/off button as presented below: LCD power ON/OFF button – LCD power ON/OFF button – to be controlled by the door pushed with the provided stylus (a) (b) Figure 8: DCP-2000 Front Panel, LCD Screen (a) Black Chassis - with left door opened, (b) Silver ChassisOn the black front panel, the LCD power ON/OFF button is automatically controlled whenopening or closing the door that covers the LCD.On the silver front panel, the LCD has to be turned ON or OFF by pressing on the LCD powerbutton using the stylus attached to the front panel.Note that the use of this LCD screen requires that the two rear panel VGA connectors are linkedusing the VGA cable provided with the DCP-2000. See paragraph 4.1 for details about the VGAcable connections._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 16 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  17. 17. 3.2 DCP-2000 Rear PanelTwo different rear panels can be found on the DCP-2000 depending on the motherboard used.The SuperMicro motherboard usage is illustrated in Figure 9 below, while the Intel motherboardusage is presented in Figure 9 below: Figure 9: DCP-2000 Rear Panel fitted with SuperMicro MotherboardOn the right side of the rear panel is the dual-redundant power supply. Make sure that 2 ACpower cables are used or the unit will sound an audible alarm until both power cables areconnected. To temporarily disable the audible alarm, press the red button next to the AC powerconnectors.CAUTION: Insert drives BEFORE power cables.Note: Powering the DCP-2000 with only one AC cable is NOT recommended.On the left side of the rear panel are the motherboard connections. These are for the keyboard,mouse, VGA, 9-pin serial, Ethernet and USB 2.0 connections. Please see Section 4.3 fordetailed information on motherboard connections. Figure 10: DCP-2000 Rear Panel fitted with Intel MotherboardNote: This manual presents the DCP-2000 fitted with the Dolphin DCI board (SDI board) only. If you have an older unit fitted with the Dolphin Rev B, contact Doremi to get an earlier version of this manual._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 17 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  18. 18. 4 Rear Panel Connectors4.1 VGA Cable Connection for Server LCD Screen UsageIf the front panel LCD screen needs to be used, the server LCD screen VGA connector has tobe linked to the motherboard VGA connector using the VGA cable (shown below) that isprovided with the DCP-2000. Make sure that the VGA cable is secured to the DCP-2000 VGAconnectors using the integrated screws: Motherboard VGA Server LCD screen VGA connector connector Integrated screw VGA cable required to link the two rear panel VGA connectors Figure 11: DCP-2000 Rear Panel fitted with SuperMicro Motherboard – VGA Cable Motherboard VGA Server LCD screen VGA connector connector Integrated screw VGA cable required to link the two rear panel VGA connectors Figure 12: DCP-2000 Rear Panel fitted with Intel Motherboard – VGA Cable_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 18 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  19. 19. 4.2 Rear Panel Card Slot Connectors4.2.1 Card Slot Connectors OverviewOn the center of the rear panel are the various card slot connectors. The only differencesbetween the two rear panel configurations presented in paragraph 3.2 are the SDI and GPIOconnectors as illustrated below: VGA connector GPIO connector AES/EBU HD-SDI Output connectors digital audio connector Figure 13: DCP-2000 Rear Panel – Card Slot ConnectorsUse the card slot DB-25 connectors for audio connections – see paragraphs 4.2.3 and 4.2.4 forthe audio pin-outs._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 19 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  20. 20. 4.2.2 HD-SDI Serial Digital Interface / Dolphin DCI Decoder CardLocated in the rear panel card slots next to the Analog Audio card (or beside the AES/EBUaudio card if the optional analog audio card is not present) is the standard-definition/high-definition serial digital interface. This is the Doremi Dolphin DCI decoder card that contains theJPEG-2000 decoder hardware and BNC serial digital interface connectors.The DCP-2000 utilizes a dual-link encrypted serial digital interface for output of DCI-compliantresolutions up to 2048x1080p24 (2K-resolution). It can also operate single-link for lowerresolution material (i.e. trailers, advertisements, etc.).The Dolphin DCI board provides two different kinds of external connectors on the DCP-2000rear panel: • One GPIO (DVI-I) female connector • Two HD-SDI BNC connectorsThe connectors of the Dolphin DCI board from top to bottom are: GPIO, HD-SDI OUTPUT A,HD-SDI OUTPUT B. They are presented below: GPIO Connector HD-SDI Output - Link A HD-SDI Output - Link B Figure 14: Dolphin DCI Board Bracket_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 20 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  21. 21. The GPIO DVI-I connector pin numbering is illustrated below: 17 9 1 18 10 2 19 11 3 20 12 4 21 13 5 22 14 6 23 15 7 24 16 8 C3 C1 C4 C2 C5/C6 Figure 15: Dolphin DCI GPIO (DVI-I) Female ConnectorThe General Purpose I/O DVI-I connector pin-out follows: GPIO (DVI-I) Female Connector Pin # Signal Description Pin # Signal Description 1 GPO 3 16 GPI 2- 2 GPO 2 17 GPO 7 3 GND (ground) 18 GPO 6 4 N/C 19 GND (ground) 5 N/C 20 GPO 1 6 GPI 5- 21 GPO 0 7 GPI 3- 22 GPI 5+ 8 GPI 2+ 23 GPI 4+ 9 GPO 5 24 GPI 3+ 10 GPO 4 C1 GPI 1- 11 GND (ground) C2 GPI 0- 12 N/C C3 GPI 1+ 13 N/C C4 GPI 0+ 14 5V / 0.2A C5/C6 GND (ground) 15 GPI 4-_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 21 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  22. 22. The GPIO cable delivered with the DCP-2000 with a Dolphin DCI installed has an exposed wireend as shown here: Connector to be plugged into the DCP-2000 GPIO adaptor cable Unwired end Figure 16: Dolphin DCI GPIO Cable4.2.3 Digital Audio (AES/EBU)The digital audio interface of the DCP-2000 is provided on a female DB-25 connector on therear panel of the unit (see Figure 13). Currently, 16 channels of balanced AES/EBU digital audioare provided. The pin-out for the digital audio connector is shown in the table that follows. Thepin numbers are defined on the front face of the female DB-25 connector below: Pin 25 Pin 13 Pin 2 Pin 14 Pin 1 Figure 17: Digital Audio Interface_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 22 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  23. 23. The AES/EBU digital audio DB-25 connector pin-out follows: Pin # Signal Description Pin # Signal Description DCI Channel Map: 1 Ch 15 & 16 plus 14 Ch 15 & 16 minus Channel 1: L (screen – left) 2 Ch 15 & 16 ground 15 Ch 13 & 14 plus Channel 2: R (screen – right) Channel 3: C (screen – center) 3 Ch 13 & 14 minus 16 Ch 13 & 14 ground Channel 4: LFE (screen – low frequency 4 Ch 11 & 12 plus 17 Ch 11 & 12 minus effects subwoofer) Channel 5: Ls (surround – left wall) 5 Ch 11 & 12 ground 18 Ch 9 & 10 plus Channel 6: Rs (surround – right wall) 6 Ch 9 & 10 minus 19 Ch 9 & 10 ground Channel 7: Lc (screen – mid left to center) 7 Ch 7 & 8 plus 20 Ch 7 & 8 minus Channel 8: Rc (screen – mid right to center) 8 Ch 7 & 8 ground 21 Ch 5 & 6 plus 9 Ch 5 & 6 minus 22 Ch 5 & 6 ground 10 Ch 3 & 4 plus 23 Ch 3 & 4 minus 11 Ch 3 & 4 ground 24 Ch 1 & 2 plus 12 Ch 1 & 2 minus 25 Ch 1 & 2 ground 13 no connection4.2.4 Analog AudioAnalog audio interface can be available by purchasing a Doremi AUD-D2A external digital toanalog audio converter.4.3 DCP-2000 Motherboard Connections4.3.1 Motherboard ConnectorsOn the rear panel of the unit are the connections to the motherboard. Two different motherboardcan be found: SuperMicro or Intel motherboard. Both cases are presented in the paragraphs4.3.1.1 and 4.3.1.2 below - the associated connectors are labeled and described in theparagraphs 4.3.2 to 4.3.6.4.3.1.1 SuperMicro Motherboard Connectors Mouse Keyboard USB Serial Port VGA Ethernet Ethernet Ports (Eth0) (Eth1) Figure 18: Rear Panel – SuperMicro Motherboard Connectors_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 23 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  24. 24. 4.3.1.2 Intel Motherboard Connectors Mouse Keyboard Serial Port VGA Ethernet USB Ethernet (Eth0) Ports (Eth1) Figure 19: Rear Panel – Intel Motherboard Connectors4.3.2 Keyboard & Mouse PS-2 ConnectorsOn the left side of the connector panel are the PS-2 connectors for the PC keyboard andmouse. These jacks can be used interchangeably, but traditionally the purple jack is for a PCkeyboard and the green jack is for a PS-2 mouse. If you have a USB keyboard or mouse, thenuse the USB ports on the right side of the motherboard connector panel. You may also use theupper USB port on the front panel of the unit for connecting the keyboard and mouse.4.3.3 Serial PortThis is a standard 9-pin male DB-9 serial COM port on the motherboard.4.3.4 VGAConnect a standard VGA monitor here for display of the DCP-2000 software interface.This connector can also be linked to the center rear panel VGA connector to facilitate use of thefront panel LCD screen. The VGA cable provided with the DCP-2000 (and presented in section4.1) is then required.4.3.5 USB PortsConnect standard USB 2.0 peripherals here such as a PC USB keyboard, mouse, hard drive,etc.4.3.6 EthernetThe Motherboard has two built-in Gigabit Ethernet connectors. The left one is identified as Eth0and the right one is identified as Eth1._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 24 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  25. 25. 5 DCP-2000 IP AddressAll DCP-2000 servers are shipped with a default IP address of 192.168.100.50 on the Ethernetport (Eth1) and a DHCP assigned dynamic IP address on the Ethernet port (Eth0) – see section4.3 to locate each Ethernet connector.To change the IP address of the DCP-2000 server, you need to go to “Menu → System →Networking Setup” and follow the steps below: 1.) From the DCP-2000 menu, select “Menu → System → Networking Configuration” and you will be asked for a password as illustrated below: Figure 20: Authentication Windows Then, just follow the steps starting with the following windows: Figure 21: DCP-2000 Network ConfigurationIn the steps that follow, use the arrow down or the Tab key to select “OK” then click <enter>:2.) Enter the desired system’s hostname and select “OK”3.) Select “OK” for your system’s domain name4.) Select “Yes” for eth05.) Select “No” for Removable Device6.) Select “No” for automatically configure device with DHCP7.) Enter the desired IP address for eth0 and select “OK”_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 25 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  26. 26. 8.) Enter the desired default gateway or leave empty and select “OK”9.) Enter the desired subnet mask and select “OK”10.) Enter the desired device broadcast address then select “OK”11.) Select “Yes” for eth112.) Select “No” for Removable device13.) Select “No” for automatically configure device with DHCP14.) Enter the IP address of eth1 and select “OK” – in our example, enter 192.168.10.1215.) Enter the desired default gateway or leave empty and select “OK”16.) Enter the desired subnet mask and select OK – in our example, enter the same subnet mask as the projector: 255.255.255.017.) Enter the desired device broadcast address then select “OK” – in our example, enter 192.168.10.25518.) Leave empty the system’s domain name servers and select “OK” You will now exit the setup utility.To verify your setup, go to “Menu → Doremi Labs, Inc. → Diagnostic Tool” and verify the IPAddress under the Diagnostic Tool “System” Tab.Note: The configuration for Ethernet 2 that might be asked by the Ethernet configuration wizard is not needed at this point. You can skip this step if you are asked for it._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 26 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  27. 27. 6 Device Manager SetupThe Device Manager is a graphical user interface (GUI) used to setup the connection between aDCP-2000 and cinema projector(s). It also provides for the use of Ethernet commands for thecontrol of theater automation devices.To run the Device Manager, go to “Menu → Doremi Labs, Inc. → Device Manager”.The following window should appear on the screen: “Add” button Figure 22: Device Manager Graphical User Interface (GUI)6.1 Projector(s) Management6.1.1 Adding a ProjectorTo connect a projector to the DCP-2000, click the “Add” button – see Figure 22. The followingwindow will appear: Figure 23: Device Manager GUI – Device Selection Window_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 27 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  28. 28. Select the item called “Projector” and click the “Add” button as illustrated below: “Projector” item selected “Add” button Figure 24: Device Selection Window – “Projector” Item SelectedYou should then be back to the main configuration window and be able to enter the projectorparameters as highlighted below: “Delete” button Projector Identifier Projector model field DLP Head IP field “Test” button Vendor IP field DLP Username & Password Enable or disable subtitles according to the required setup Figure 25: Device Manager GUI – Projector Fields SetupTo perform the projector setup, follow the steps below: 1. Specify a projector identifier (i.e. projector name, screen #, 3D-left, 3D-right, etc.) in the first field – especially if you setup several projectors. 2. Choose the correct projector model corresponding to the projector you want to connect to the DCP-2000 using the “Projector model” field(s). 3. Enter the DLP Head IP address, and then click the “test” button located at the right. 4. Enter the Vendor IP value in the corresponding field._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 28 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  29. 29. 5. Enable or disable subtitles if needed using the corresponding radio buttons on the bottom of this GUI. Note: If you enable subtitles without the DCP-2000 being connected to a projector, the server will not operate properly. 6. Specify if this is the primary projector or not using the corresponding radio button. Note: The DLP Username and Password are used for specific projectors only and cannot be changed. Please refer to vendor specific projector setup instructions in section 10. 7. Make sure that the “Enabled” check box is checked at the top right corner of the GUI. 8. Click the “Save” button to record these settings – you will be asked for a password.6.1.2 Removing a ProjectorTo remove a projector, click on its name on the left part of the Device Manager GUI. Then clickthe “Delete” button – see Figure 25.6.1.3 Dual Projector for 3D UsageWhen a dual projector configuration is used for stereoscopic content, simply add two projectorsto the Device Manager projector list according to the procedure presented in paragraph 6.1.1above.Connect the server HD-SDI “A” output to one projector for the left eye channel and connect theserver HD-SDI “B” output to the second projector for the right eye channel. The first projector inthe Device Manager list shall be the one linked to the left eye – then set its “Primary projector”property to “Yes” in the setup window presented in Figure 25._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 29 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  30. 30. 6.2 Automation Libraries ManagementSupport for theater automation control is also provided. The list of currently supported devices isthe following: • eCNA • JNiorA pre-built library of supported automation commands is available for each of these two devices.These automation commands can then be added to Macro Cues as presented in section 7.2.6.2.1 eCNA Device6.2.1.1 eCNA Device AdditionTo use the eCNA device, click the “Add” button and select “eCNA”.Then enter the eCNA device IP address in the appropriate field as presented below: “Add” button“Delete” button “Enabled” checked eCNA IP address field Figure 26: Device Manager GUI – eCNA Device SetupMake sure the “Enabled” field is checked in the top-right corner of the GUI.Click the “Save” button in order to record your settings – you will be asked for a password.6.2.1.2 eCNA Device RemovalTo remove the eCNA device, select it in the left pane of the Device Manager and click the“Delete” button – see Figure 26._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 30 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  31. 31. 6.2.2 JNior Device6.2.2.1 JNior Device AdditionTo use the JNior device, click the “Add” button and select “JNior”. The JNior device settingwindow should be displayed within the Device Manager as presented below: “Add” button JNior IP“Delete” address field button Figure 27: Device Manager GUI – JNior Device SetupEnter the IP address of the JNior device in the “Server IP” field – the port number field shouldalready contain the appropriate value (factory default value).The JNior device documentation should provide you the correct Username and Passwordvalues (the factory default values).Click the “Save” button to record the settings – you will be asked for a password.6.2.2.2 JNior Device RemovalTo remove the eCNA device, click on its name on the left part of the Device Manager GUI andclick the “Delete” button – see Figure 27._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 31 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  32. 32. 6.3 Raw Device6.3.1 Raw Device AdditionA “Raw” device allows for communication with an external device across an Ethernet connectionusing Raw data formatted as text or binary strings.To use a Raw device, click the “Add” button and select “Raw”. The Raw device setting windowshould be displayed within the Device Manager as presented below: Figure 28: Device Manager GUI – Raw Device SetupEnter the IP address of the Raw device in the “Device IP” field.Chose the protocol to be used (TCP or UDP) and the proper Port number.Click the “Save” button to record the settings – you will be asked for a password.6.3.2 Raw Device RemovalTo remove the Raw device, click on its name on the left part of the Device Manager GUI andpress on the “Delete” button – see Figure 28._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 32 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  33. 33. 6.4 ISE1 DeviceThe ISE1 Device provides for communication with the IMAX Secure Enclosure. If moreinformation is needed, please contact Doremis Technical Support.6.5 CSS DeviceThe CSS Device provides for communication with the Sony Cavity Security System. If moreinformation is needed, please contact Doremis Technical Support.6.6 3D Setup6.6.1 Projector Configuration for 3D or 48fpsIn 3D or 48fps mode, the DCP-2000 video output is in the YCxCz color space. The projectoritself needs to be properly configured to the YCxCz color space in 3D or 48fps mode for properdisplay. Contact your projector vendor to know how to configure the projector properly.6.6.2 Dolby 3D SupportTo enable the Dolby 3D support, please contact Doremi to purchase the appropriate license.Then, go to section 9.3 to install the license in the DCP-2000 and to section 18.1 to know how toconfigure the Dolby DFC100 device through Device Manager.6.6.3 RealD 3D SupportTo enable the RealD 3D support, please contact Doremi to get the appropriate license. Then, goto section 9.3 to install the license in the DCP-2000 and to section 18.2 to know how toconfigure the “RealD 3D EQ” device through Device Manager.6.6.4 Sensio 3D SupportTo enable the Sensio 3D support, please contact Doremi to get the appropriate license. Then,go to section 9.3 to install the license in the DCP-2000 and contact Doremis Technical SupportServices to know how to configure a playback using Sensio 3D.6.7 Closed Caption SupportTo enable the Rear Window devices Closed Caption support, install the appropriate license asexplained in section 9.3 and refer to the document “DCP-2000 Setup for Rear Window DisplayClosed Caption” (document number D2K.DP.000469.DRM) for information about the setup –contact Doremi to get this document if needed._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 33 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  34. 34. 7 Automation Setup: Macro Editor UsageAutomation events can be created using the Macro Editor for use within the CineLister interface.The paragraphs below detail how to generate and manage automation events as part of MacroAutomation Cues and/or Trigger Cues.7.1 Macro Editor Interface OverviewIn order to run the Macro Editor, go to the “Start Menu” of the server, then to “Doremi Labs, Inc.”and choose the item “Macro Editor”.The graphical user interface (GUI) will appear on the screen as presented below: “Quit” button “Add” button “Automation Cue” tab “Trigger Cue” tab Figure 29: Macro Editor Graphical User Interface (GUI)The GUI presented above is composed of two different tabs: - Automation Cue Tab – used for the creation and editing of Macro Automation Cues - Trigger Cue Tab – used for the creation and editing of Trigger Cues linked to dedicated Macro events (e.g. on GPI line #1 ON, execute Macro xxMACRO NAMExx).The “Quit” button is used to close the Macro Editor user interface._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 34 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  35. 35. 7.2 Automation Cue Tab7.2.1 Macro CreationClick the “Add” button to start the creation of a new Macro Automation Cue – see Figure 22. Thefollowing window will be displayed: Macro Automation Cue name Figure 30: Macro Automation Cue Name AssignmentEnter a Macro Automation Cue name in the appropriate field. It will be the name used by theCineLister application in order to include this Macro Automation Cue within a Show Playlist.Click the “Ok” button when you are done. You should be back to the general Macro Editor GUIdisplaying the Macro Automation Cue name in the “Macro Window” as presented below:“Edit” button“Remove” button Macro Automation Cue name displayed “Macro” Window “Insert a new Action” button Figure 31: “Macro” Window UpdatedTo remove a Macro Automation Cue, select it in the “Macro” window and click the “Remove”button – see Figure 31 above.To edit the name of an existing Macro Automation Cue, click the “Edit” button and do thechange – see Figure 31._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 35 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  36. 36. 7.2.2 Action InsertionTo insert a new action in a Macro Automation Cue, select its Macro name in the “MacroWindow” and click the “Insert a new Action” button.The following window should be displayed: Figure 32: “Action” WindowThe “Action Window” provides a list of available actions to be used within a Macro AutomationCue.The actions available are the following: - Delay: delay the macro execution for a specific duration - General Purpose Output: change the position of a GPO line - Projector Dowser: open or close the projector dowser - Projector Lamp: turn the projector lamp ON or OFF - Projector Channel Switch: switch to a projector channel number from 1 to 16 - Projector Macro: used to recall preset DLP projector macros by name (e.g. for Barco) - Playback Actions: select an action between Play, Pause, Toggle Play/Pause or Recue Show - Video Output Action: choose between “Default Video Output” and “Play all clips at 48fps” - Send Message: used for sending a text or a binary message to a device - Library: used for sending a pre-defined message to a specific device (e.g. eCNA, JNior) - Purge Pending Macro: used to purge pending macrosClick the “Cancel” button to cancel the action insertion.To add an action to the Macro Automation Cue, click on its corresponding action button in the“Action” Window._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 36 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  37. 37. • Example of Delay Action Insertion To add a delay action to the selected Macro Automation Cue, click the “Delay” button in the “Action” window and define the delay parameter using the following window: Button used to increase Button used to increase or decrease the or decrease the amount amount of minutes of seconds Figure 33: Delay Setup Window Click the “Ok” button when the setting is done.• Example of GPO Action insertion To add a GPO action, click the “General Purpose Output” button in the “Action” window – see Figure 32. The following window will appear: Button used to choose GPO state button the GPO line number Figure 34: GPO Setup Window Set the line number and value according to the usage you plan for this action and click the “Ok” button.• Example of Playback Action Insertion To add a “Playback Action”, click the “Playback Actions” button in the “Action” window – see Figure 32. The following window should appear: Playback action selection button Figure 35: Playback Actions Setup Window Select the proper playback action between “Play”, “Pause”, “Toggle Play/Pause” or “Recue Show” and click the “Ok” button._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 37 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  38. 38. • Example of Automation Library Usage When one of the supported devices (e.g. eCNA and JNior) is added according to Section 6.2, the Macro Editor should allow you to use the corresponding commands for each device. In order to do this, follow the procedure below: 1. To use a library command, click on “Library” in the “Action” window – see Figure 32. 2. Select one of the available devices in the left part of the following window and choose the appropriate command (belonging to the selected device) in its right part: Selected device Figure 36: Macro Editor GUI – eCNA Automation Setup Example 3. Click the “Ok” button to validate, or “Cancel” to cancel this command addition.• Example of Resulting Macro Setting After having inserted the three actions “Delay 1seconds”, “GPO line #3 ON” and “Playback: PLAY” in the Macro “Test_Macro” as called in this example, the right part of the “Automation Cue” tab should display the added actions as presented below: “Edit Action” button “Save” button “Remove” button “Arrow” buttons List of actions inserted into the “Test_Macro“ element Selected Macro automation Figure 37: Example of “Macro Actions” Window Updated Click the “Save” button to save the “Test_Macro” settings. A password will be needed._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 38 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  39. 39. 7.2.3 Action List Management• Action Reordering Two arrows allow the user to change the order of the actions in the Macro Automation Cue – see Figure 37. Using those arrows, each action can be moved to the top or to the bottom of the “Macro Actions” window: - In order to move an action to the top, select it and click on the arrow pointing to the top - If an action needs to be moved to the bottom of the “Macro Actions” window, select it and click on the arrow pointing to the bottom. Repeat these operations until the required actions order is obtained.• Action Edition You can edit an action of a given Macro Automation Cue by selecting it in the right part of the interface – it will be reverse highlighted – and by clicking on the “Edit Action” button presented in Figure 37. You will be able to edit the properties you were asked to set when the action was added to the Macro Automation Cue.• Action Removal To remove an action from the list of actions associated to a Macro Automation Cue, select the action in the “Macro Actions” window and click the “Remove” button – see Figure 37.7.2.4 Macro SavingRepeat the Macro creation operations for all the Macro Automation Cues you need to createand click the “Save” button. You will be asked for a password to be able to perform thisoperation: Figure 38: Authentication WindowEnter the appropriate password and click the “Ok” button. These Macro Automation Cues will beavailable in CineLister in order to create a Show Playlist.Note: This saving operation will not only save the Macro Automation Cues, but also the Trigger Cues that were created according to the procedure described in the following paragraph._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 39 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  40. 40. 7.3 Trigger Cue Tab7.3.1 Trigger Cue Tab OverviewThe Trigger Cue Tab is shown below: “Add” buttonto be used to add a new Trigger Cue “Trigger” Window Figure 39: Trigger Cue Tab7.3.2 Trigger Cue CreationTo create a new Trigger Cue, click the “Add” button presented in the previous figure. The sametype of window as for the Automation Cue tab allowing you to enter the Trigger Cue name willappear – see below: Figure 40: Trigger Cue Setting WindowEnter the appropriate name – it will be the name used by the CineLister application to insert thisTrigger Cue in a Show Playlist._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 40 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  41. 41. The new created Trigger Cue will appear in the “Trigger” window, ready to be connected to a GPI event:“Edit Trigger” button “Delete” buttonNew TriggerCue created “Connect to an event” button button Figure 41: Trigger Cue Defined To edit an existing Trigger Cue, select it in the “Trigger” window and click on the “Edit Trigger” button shown in the figure above. You will be able to edit the name of the Trigger Cue using the same kind of window as presented in Figure 40. To remove a Trigger Cue, select it in the “Trigger” window and click the “Delete” button – see figure above. 7.3.3 Connection to an Event To connect a Trigger Cue to an event, select it in the “Trigger” window and click the “Connect to an event” button – see Figure 41. The following window will appear: Figure 42: “Choose the event to add” Window • To connect the selected Trigger Cue to a GPI event, click the “General Purpose Input” button of the “Choose the event to add” window – see figure above. The following windows will appear: _____________________________________________________________________________________________ D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 41 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  42. 42. Figure 43: Connection to a GPI Event Define the GPI line number and value you want to connect to the Trigger Cue and click the “Ok” button when you are done. The connected GPI event will then appear in the right part of the GUI.• To connect the selected Trigger Cue to another signal, click the “Signal” button of the “Connect to an event to add” windows above – see Figure 42. The following window will appear: Figure 44: “Signal name” Window Click the “Ok” button when the appropriate signal name is defined.7.3.4 Trigger Cue SavingRepeat the Trigger Cue creation operations for all the Trigger Cues you need to create and clickthe “Save” button. You will be asked for a password to be able to perform this operation: Figure 45: Authentication WindowEnter the appropriate password and click the “Ok” button. These Trigger Cues will then beavailable within CineLister in order to create a Show Playlist.NOTE: This saving operation will not only save the Trigger Cues, but also the Macro Automation Cues that were created according to the procedure described in paragraph 7.2._____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 42 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  43. 43. 7.4 Pre-defined Macro UsageIf you have a pre-defined macros.xml file containing automation and trigger cue definitions, justcopy it into the /doremi/etc/ folder and the corresponding macros will be visible in the MacroEditor GUI. You will then be able to update these cues if needed from the Macro Editor GUI aspresented in the previous paragraphs.7.5 Default CuesThe default_cues.xml file can be used to load an automation and trigger cues playlist prior toany playback (for example to avoid having to add a “Fire Alarm” trigger cue to each show). Ifyou are provided a default_cues.xml file, just copy it into the /doremi/etc/ folder.7.6 Startup ScriptsCopy any script you want to be executed automatically at boot time in the following folder:/doremi/etc/rc.d/_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 43 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC
  44. 44. 8 Time Zone SetupDCP-2000 units may or may not be localized with your time zone. This section provides youinformation on how to check and/or change the time zone.8.1 Checking the Time ZoneTo confirm that the time zone of your DCP-2000 is set correctly, open a terminal window bygoing to the “Menu → System → Terminal” menu of the DCP-2000. Then do the following:type: date <enter> The current time and time zone will be displayed8.2 Changing the Time ZoneTo change the time zone, follow the steps below in the terminal window:type: su <enter> Then type the root password in order to login as root – consult your system administrator to know your root password or Doremi to know the default root password.On software versions 0.5.2-22SP1 and earlier, do: type: /sbin/rwdo tzsetup <enter> And follow the graphical wizardOn software versions 0.5.2-26 and later, do: type: /sbin/rwdo tzconfig <enter> And answer properly the questionsThen, for any software version, reboot as follows:type: reboot <enter>_____________________________________________________________________________________________D2K.OM.000344.DRM Page 44 Version 1.5 Doremi Cinema LLC

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