The WDP1 command can save the hard drive and metadata settings to the saved drives by default. We recommend that you save these settings to the hard drives you want to use and position the saved graphic folders to be accessible from the ATEM. If the saved drive/folder is loaded into it’s own S-Video path and video overlay is enabled, the image will be replaced as expected. Each saved drive can be enabled or disabled from the ATEM menu. You can also customise the saved drive collection for RCS. In addition, the Export to root drive from main menu will allow you to save the Hard Drive and Video Overlay.
The built in \"media pool\" allows the loading of up to 20 separate broadcast quality RGBA graphics for titles, opening plates and logos. The media player is used to output the selected image so it appears as an extra internal video source for use in graphics and titles. You can even use still frames for complex effects such as graphic wipes. ATEM SDI can also grab stills from video and save them to the internal media pool. Graphics can be loaded via ATEM Software Control or downloaded directly from Photoshop using the ATEM Photoshop plug-in. The Photoshop Plug-in is perfect for graphics that change often, such as scoreboards, as you can download directly into the media player. 7211a4ac4a