[Tig] OT: Grass Valley VPE-131 editor--documentation? Manuals?
tedlangdell at gmail.com
Sun Oct 29 10:56:29 GMT 2017
Thanks much for the recommendation.
I have been on the EditWare website earlier. I did find a manual for the VPE – 300 in PDF form and sections. I'll be seeing what I can glean from that.
Unfortunately none found for this earlier VPE gear. If there is something on the site, It's not very obvious.
I'll be making a phone call to EditWare on Monday.
EditWare acquired The VPE product line from Grass Valley in early November, 1997, 20 years ago.
They've also apparently moved.
"After TWENTY years in the same location...
Editware has moved to:
578 Sutton Way #318
Grass Valley, CA 95945"
If I make a left turn from my driveway and head east on Highway 20, I'm in Grass Valley/Nevada City in about half an hour. Go there for SMPTE section meetings, often at Telestream, Ensemble Designs, and occasionally Grass Valley in what used to be the Miranda building.
So it's a relatively short drive if I have a need to go up there for some reason.
tedlangdell at gmail.com
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> On Oct 28, 2017, at 12:58 PM, Howard Thayer <howard.thayer at gmail.com> wrote:
> Contact Editware in Grass Valley. They bought the edit system business from Grass Valley. Looks like they are still around...
> Howard Thayer
>> On Oct 28, 2017, at 12:28 PM, Ted Langdell via Tig <tig at colorist.org> wrote:
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>> Greetings from enjoyablytemperate Northern California.
>> Does anyone on the list have any experience with or documentation for the Grass Valley VPE-131 editor?
>> I am suddenly having to make a Grass Valley VPE-131 keyboard appear functional in a production I'm supplying equipment for. The desire is to have one or more BVU 800s respond to jog/shuttle movements.
>> I have the VPE-131 edit controller chassis, and it lights up, but we are lacking any manuals for this specific unit.
>> The Super Edit software documentation I have from a different source does make reference to an installation planning guide or document along with a number of other individual publications.
>> Looks like we're also having to locate a nine pin VGA to 15 pin high density VGA adapter for the monitor connection.
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated, whether documentation we could scan and return or links to already available PDFs.
>> Thanks in advance!
>> I hope you're early autumn is swell and your Halloween weekend is well prepared.
>> Ted Langdell
>> tedlangdell at gmail.com
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