At the top of the SHOGUN CONNECT screen is the area referred to as the Information Bar.
It displays the input source as SDI or HDMI, the settings of your input device/camera, current settings of your SHOGUN CONNECT, media, audio, disk capacity and more. Touching any of these areas will take you to the relevant menu and allow you to make changes to your setup.
Alternatively you can access these setting by tapping the Record Settings icon. Tapping the Settings button will open the Record Settings menu, from where you will be able to navigate to the required tab. Swipe left to see more tabs.
The content in the Information Bar is dependent on what mode you are in, for example Recording and Monitoring will display the Video Input type, but if you are in Play mode, Video Input will show the resolution and frame rate of the video clip currently cued or playing.
Monitor Mode / Features
In the image the SHOGUN CONNECT has an input and an output, and is ready to record the signal or play the last recorded file from disk.
VIDEO INPUT: (Rec & Mon mode) Input source - HDMI or SDI
VIDEO INPUT: (Rec & Mon mode) Resolution and frame rate from input device
VIDEO INPUT: (Play & Edit mode) Resolution and frame rate of current playback clip
NETWORK: The Wi-Fi and Ethernet icons indicate the network connection status. When Wi-Fi or Ethernet is connected, the corresponding icon will appear white. When connected to a Wi-Fi network, the Wi-Fi symbol also indicates the strength of the network. For more information refer to How to connect to a Wi-Fi network: and How to connect to an Ethernet network
VIDEO OUTPUT: This menu displays the active video resolution and frame rate being output from the HDMI Out.
MONITORING MODE: Displays the monitoring display mode that has been selected. Native, Rec709, HLG, PQ or the name of the 3D LUT selected. Touch to change settings.
CODEC (RECORDING FORMAT): Shows the recording format. Touch to change settings.
METERS: (Audio Meters): Touching the audio meters will open the Audio Menu.
MEDIA : This shows the remaining recording time based on the chosen codec and remaining capacity of the drive.
POWER: Touch to access Power Menu. A Battery icon will be displayed when a battery is attached, with the current power level of the battery displayed visually. The icon flashes red when power is running low, and will have an X over the battery icon when no battery is attached. A Plug icon will be displayed when DC power is connected.
SETTINGS (yellow): Touch to access Monitoring Feature settings.
Touch MON again to return to previous screen.
The EDIT button works in a similar fashion to the Mon button, as it is not possible to have Monitor and Edit active simultaneously.
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