- Video Sync Reference Playback now allows common SD and HD pairings of Sync In signals and video files. The following table shows a list of sync references and their compatible playback rates:
|Sync Ref||Compatible Playback Rates|
|NTSC (525i59.94 or 480i59.94)||525i59.94, 720p59.94, 1080i59.94, 1080p29.97, 1080PsF29.97|
|PAL (625i50 or 576i50)||626i50, 720p50, 1080i50, 1080PsF25, 1080p25|
|720p59.94||720p59.94, 720PsF29.97, 720p29.97|
|720p50||720p50, 720PsF25, 720p25|
|1080i59.94||1080i59.94, 720p59.94, 1080PsF29.97, 1080p29.97|
|1080i50||1080i50, 720p50, 1080PsF25, 1080p25|
- Non-Native MOV files exported from Vantage do not show or output timecode when played back.
- Rare occurrence of MOV files created without a valid video track.
- Standard Definition flat field signals do not properly record.
- Files are not always correctly stamped as i or psf when the incoming video is converted to from i to psf or psf to i.
- When File Resolution/Rate is set to 1080p29.97/30 and 1080i59.94 is coming in over HDMI, the input rate detection incorrectly reports the signal as 1080i60.
- File and folder copy message is displayed as a Warning dialog box rather than an Information dialog box.
- WAV file metadata is misinterpreted when a Take is edited during record to share the same base name as another file.
- WAV File record splits while monitoring incoming video result in start timecode misstamps.
- Rewind and Fast Forward keys do not skip to beginning of file or to Cue Markers correctly when units are in a group.
- Files recorded with a PIX-260 v1.50 or below intermittently do not playback audio.
- Recorded file does not split and resume after loss of video input during record.
- Playback image can flash when a non-native MOV file with eight or more audio channels is jogged or shuttled.