Operational manuals for all Avenue Products
Get the latest software for your Avenue Frames and Modules. Avenue product serial number required.
Get the latest Avenue PC. Requires Avenue PC serial number.
Documentation for controlling and monitoring Avenue systems via SNMP.
*Read this file on how to view simulated Avenue Modules.
New features and improvements in BrightEye NXT 400 Series Routers. Includes the BrightEye NXT 410, 410-H, 415, 430, 430-X, 445, and 450.
How to use your BrightEye NXT 445 or 450 with Wowza Streaming Engine.
Configuration guide for using your BrightEye NXT 445 or 450 with popular RTMP services.
Software and hardware requirements for BrightEye control software.
Important note about updating BrightEye firmware with the BrightEye Mac software.
Carbon requires IRIX 6.5 or newer. Previous versions of IRIX can not be supported, due to software inconsistencies in the video device drivers.
Hardware and software requirements for running Avenue PC.
You will need a 5030 or 5035 control module in the frame. Your PC can be connected directly to the Avenue frame your are working with, or to one of the other Avenue frames on the AveNet network. From this site, download the module software you want. Run Avenue PC and use it to upload the new software into the module.
Switch the local/remote switch on the front edge of the module to local. Now the module use’s the settings that are set through the dip switches on front edge of the module.
After installing a new 5030 control module into a 3RU Frame with a touch screen it is necessary to recalibrate the touch screen. Go to the Configuration menu, then to the Touch Screen Calibration menu, press on the targets, then press Done.
Avenue PC version 1.4.5 and higher is required to be used with the 5400 module.
It is best if you keep Avenet traffic to a minimum while you are downloading new software to modules. This means that all touch screens should be on the home page so that they are not getting status from modules during the download.
Because the Catalyst is built with core MultiBuffer DS-1 components, visit the MultiBuffer DS-1 support page
A new version of Avenue PC (1.3.2) has been released that supports other Language OS systems. It has been specifically tested with Japanese Windows 98.
How to adjust the H-phase on the Serial Box 3 converter.
With version 1.2.0, the Avenue frame and network can be connected to the Avenue PC application through ethernet. This gives you the choice of connecting your PC to Avenue via ethernet or through a dedicated serial connection. This version only supports one connection, but a future release will support multiple connections to the same frame. Avenue PC version 1.2.0 or better is required to take advantage of this feature.
Versions of Avenue PC 1.3.0 or newer uses a new installation program, and previous versions should be manually uninstalled prior to installation. It does not work well to have more than one version of Avenue PC installed simultaneously.
Guidelines for connection your CP10’s and TC400D’s.
For reliable operation, make sure that the software version of your CP10 matches the software versions of the TC400’s it is controlling.
The most recent TBC Control Software version is 2.4.2
See the TC400D support page for more information.
The current firmware version of the TC400D is: 2.4.5
The most common problem with the TC400D is that the Machine Type is set incorrectly. For example, you have a Sony PVW2800 connected to Channel 1 and in Channel 1’s menu the Machine Type is set to Sony D2 or something other than Sony. Be sure and double check that the Machine Type is correct.
The TC400D controls many different manufactures of tape machines and timebase correctors; Sony, Panasonic, Microtime, JVC, etc…. almost all types. The TC400D also interfaces to the most edit controllers.
The current software version of the Catalyst CV is 0.9.5.49