PIX-270i Firmware v2.31


  • 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 RefCompatible 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
1080PsF23.981080PsF23.98, 1080p23.98
1080PsF241080PsF24, 1080p24
720p59.94720p59.94, 720PsF29.97, 720p29.97
720p50720p50, 720PsF25, 720p25
1080i59.941080i59.94, 720p59.94, 1080PsF29.97, 1080p29.97
1080i501080i50, 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.