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Published by: Autodesk, Inc. Contents Chapter 1 Introduction Page 4 Chapter 6 Connecting Storage Page 5: Chapter 1 Introduction Backdraft Conform. If you already own an HP xw workstation shipped with a previous release of your Visual Effects, Finishing and Colour Grading application, you do not need to change its configuration. But, you do need to verify its BIOS settings. Page 6: Notation Conventions At various places in this guide, references are made to other documents.
To install a Visual Effects, Finishing, and Colour Grading application on a HP xw workstation: 1 Review the guidelines for working with hardware components. See Hardware Configuration Guidelines on page 9.
As above, see the application Installation and Configuration Guide. This section describes each of the hardware components in a Lustre installation, and the software associated with each component. You may or may not have all of the components listed here in your Lustre setup. The type of workgroup, as well as the feature set you purchase for each of the workstations in that workgroup, determine the components in your installation.
Page 11 Control Surface The Autodesk Control Surface provides improved interactivity when colour grading film and video footage. You can perform many of the same tasks you do in the Lustre user interface using the Control Surface. Page 12 The following illustration shows a typical Lustre workgroup configuration built around a Master Station.
It includes a Lustre Station, and other optional components. Page Hardware Configuration Guidelines Hardware Configuration Guidelines In most cases, hardware integration and application installation are done on delivery by an authorized technician, and some of the procedures in this guide may not be necessary. Still, it is a good idea to read through all chapters to familiarize yourself with the configuration procedures for the following reasons: Many suspected problems with your system may be due to loosened connections or improperly configured devices.
Page Rack Mount Requirements The following table summarizes the peak at startup power consumed by the system and the heat it generates under the maximum processing load produced by a Visual Effects, Finishing, or Colour Grading application.
For more detailed specifications, including noise output, see the documentation provided by the manufacturer. Component Quantity Startup Amps Place the wristband around your wrist. Do not handle any components unnecessarily, particularly boards and cards that slide in and out of PCI slots on their parent hardware components. Page Chapter 3 Connecting Peripherals The following diagram provides an overview of the adapter card positions, and illustrates how to connect peripherals, such as the graphics monitor, keyboard, mouse, Wacom Intuos pen tablet, and house network, to the HP xw workstation.
It is recommended you connect all hardware peripherals, as instructed in this chapter, before booting the Consult the peripherals connection diagram as a reference for the optional IB network adapter location. On the HP xw workstation Port 1 is the port furthest from the air vents.
For information on how to configure the IB adapter, refer to the application installation and configuration guide. This panel is easily identified, since it has both an Ethernet network port and a USB connector. Although the Lustre Slave Renderer uses a standard GigE network connection, it requires the higher-bandwidth Cat-6 cable, to accommodate the increased data that is transmitted.
The following components are included in your shipment. Page Connecting Video Components Connecting Video Components The following diagram illustrates how to connect the video hardware components included in your shipment. Make sure the connections support the video standard you want to work with.
If you intend to use the emulator as a Player, it is recommended that you connect one black or colour bar SDI signal to the input of the system serving as the VTR emulator.
Page Wiring Audio Components 5 Set the appropriate keywords in the software initialisation file.
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