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ASTRO WM-3014 Instruction manual
HD/SD 6-inch LCD Waveform Monitor
WM-3014
Instruction Manual
Ver.1.00
HD/SD 6-inch LCD Waveform Monitor
WM-3014
Instruction Manual
2006.8
Ver.1.00
ASTRODESIGN,Inc
CONTENTS
CONTENTS..................................................................................................................................................................... i
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................... iv
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.............................................................................................................................................. iv
Concerning the monitor....................................................................................................................................... iv
Concerning the power cord................................................................................................................................. iv
Concerning foreign matter ................................................................................................................................... v
Concerning the power supply .............................................................................................................................. v
Concerning the liquid crystal................................................................................................................................ v
Concerning impact .............................................................................................................................................. vi
Concerning the installation and operation locations............................................................................................ vi
Concerning problems due to the nature of liquid crystal .....................................................................................vii
Chapter 1
CONCERNING THE WM-3014................................................................................................................... 1
Outline of WM-3014 ............................................................................................................................................. 1
Chapter 2
PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS .............................................................................................................. 3
2.1
WM-3014 front panel view and parts .......................................................................................................... 3
2.2
WM-3014 rear panel view and parts ........................................................................................................... 6
Chapter 3
OPERATION............................................................................................................................................... 9
3.1
Connection procedure ................................................................................................................................ 9
3.2
Usage ......................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.3
Concerning the screens ............................................................................................................................ 10
3.4
Operation .................................................................................................................................................. 16
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
PICTURE1 mode ........................................................................................................................ 17
3.4.1.1
Function screen .........................................................................................................17
3.4.1.2
Brightness setting screen...........................................................................................18
3.4.1.3
Contrast setting screen ..............................................................................................19
3.4.1.4
Chroma setting screen...............................................................................................20
3.4.1.5
Gamma setting screen...............................................................................................22
3.4.1.6
Other image setting screen........................................................................................23
3.4.1.7
Color setting screen ...................................................................................................25
PICTUER2 mode ........................................................................................................................ 26
3.4.2.1
Normal screen ...........................................................................................................26
3.4.2.2
User marker setting screen........................................................................................28
3.4.2.3
Color setting screen ...................................................................................................29
PICTURE3 mode ........................................................................................................................ 30
3.4.3.1
Regular screen ..........................................................................................................30
3.4.3.2
Color setting screen ...................................................................................................31
WAVEFORM mode ..................................................................................................................... 32
3.4.4.1
Function screen .........................................................................................................32
3.4.4.2
DISPLAY setting screen.............................................................................................33
3.4.4.3
SWEEP setting screen...............................................................................................34
3.4.4.4
GAIN/MAG setting screen..........................................................................................36
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3.4.5
3.4.6
3.4.7
3.4.8
3.4.4.5
CURSOR setting screen............................................................................................38
3.4.4.6
SETTING mode setting screen ..................................................................................39
3.4.4.7
Color setting screen...................................................................................................41
VECTOR mode........................................................................................................................... 42
3.4.5.1
Regular screen ..........................................................................................................42
3.4.5.2
VECTOR mode setting screen...................................................................................44
3.4.5.3
Color setting screen...................................................................................................45
STATUS mode ............................................................................................................................ 46
3.4.6.1
Regular screen ..........................................................................................................46
3.4.6.2
Color setting screen...................................................................................................47
AUDIO mode .............................................................................................................................. 48
3.4.7.1
Audio level meter screen ...........................................................................................48
3.4.7.2
Audio vector screen ...................................................................................................49
3.4.7.3
Color setting screen...................................................................................................50
Multi mode .................................................................................................................................. 52
3.4.8.1
Multi mode 1 screen ..................................................................................................52
3.4.8.2
Multi mode 2 screen ..................................................................................................54
3.4.9
PRESET mode ........................................................................................................................... 55
3.4.10
MENU mode ............................................................................................................................... 56
3.4.11
3.4.10.1
Regular screen ..........................................................................................................56
3.4.10.2
Color setting screen...................................................................................................58
Compare mode........................................................................................................................... 59
3.4.11.1
Outline .......................................................................................................................59
3.4.11.2
Compare mode 1 .......................................................................................................60
3.4.11.3
Compare mode 2 .......................................................................................................61
3.4.11.4
Compare mode 3 .......................................................................................................63
3.4.11.5
Compare mode 4 .......................................................................................................64
Chapter 4
MAIN SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................................... 65
4.1
Input formats............................................................................................................................................. 65
4.2
Input signal systems ................................................................................................................................. 66
4.3
Display system ......................................................................................................................................... 66
4.4
Headphones output format ....................................................................................................................... 67
4.5
Concerning the adjustment values ........................................................................................................... 68
4.6
Concerning the 4:3 function...................................................................................................................... 71
4.7
Concerning the audio level meter ............................................................................................................. 73
4.8
Settings at initialization ............................................................................................................................. 74
Common setting items .............................................................................................................................. 74
Setting items by channel........................................................................................................................... 75
4.9
General specifications .............................................................................................................................. 77
4.10 Outline drawings ....................................................................................................................................... 78
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Chapter 5
STANDARD AND OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ........................................................................................ 79
5.1
Standard accessories ............................................................................................................................... 79
CONTENTS
Chapter 6
MAINTENANCE AND OTHER PROCEDURES........................................................................................ 81
When the monitor does not operate properly..................................................................................................... 81
When trouble or malfunctioning occurs.............................................................................................................. 81
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for purchasing this model WM-3014 HD LCD waveform monitor.
This manual contains the procedures to be followed to operate the WM-3014, the checkpoints and precautions to
be observed, and so on.
Improper handling may result in malfunctioning. Before using the WM-3014, please read through these
instructions to ensure that you will operate the monitor correctly.
After reading through the manual, keep it in a safe place for future reference.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
Concerning the monitor
„ Do not subject the monitor to strong impact or throw it around. Doing so may
cause the liquid crystal to leak and/or the monitor to malfunction, rupture,
generate heat and/or cause a fire.
„ Do not use the monitor wherever there is a risk of ignition or explosions.
„ Do not place the monitor inside a microwave oven or other heating or cooking
appliance or pressure vessel. Doing so may cause heat or smoke to be generated
in the monitor, combustion and/or damage to the circuit components.
„ Inside the monitor are some high-voltage parts: since exposure to these parts
may result in electric shocks or burns and/or malfunctioning, refrain from
disassembling, repairing or remodeling the monitor.
„ If a thunderstorm should occur while the monitor is being used outdoors,
immediately turn off its power, disconnect the power cable from the main unit, and
move the monitor to a safe place.
Concerning the power cord
„ Always take hold of the molded part of the plug when disconnecting the power
cord.
„ Do not use force to bend the power cord or bunch it up for use. This may cause a
fire.
„ Do not place heavy objects on top of the power cord. This may damage the cord,
causing a fire or electrical shock.
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INTRODUCTION
Concerning foreign matter
„ Do not spill liquids inside the monitor or drop inflammable objects or metal parts
into it. Operating the monitor under these conditions may cause a fire, electric
shocks and/or malfunctioning.
CAUTION
Concerning the power supply
„ Use a supply voltage within the range of DC 10V to 18V ±5% for the monitor.
„ In order to avoid malfunctioning and trouble, it is recommended that the
accessory AC/DC adapter be used. In the event that another power supply is to be
used, ensure that its supply voltage and polarity are compatible with the monitor.
„ Do not turn the power back on immediately after having turned it off. Doing so can
cause malfunctioning.
„ Bear in mind that if the same DC power supply as microphones, amplifiers,
speakers and other audio products should be used for the monitor, the sound
may be adversely affected.
Concerning the liquid crystal
„ Due to the nature of liquid crystal, some picture elements may be missing (bright
spots, flashing spots, etc.) at times.
„ Do not touch any liquid crystal which has leaked from the liquid crystal panel.
If the liquid crystal panel has been inadvertently damaged and the liquid (liquid crystal) inside has leaked out,
keep the liquid away from your mouth and skin and do not inhale its vapors.
„ In the event that liquid crystal has made contact with your eyes or mouth, rinse it
off with water immediately. If it has come into contact with your skin or clothing,
wipe it off immediately with alcohol, and then wash it off with soap. Leaving it in
place may damage your skin or clothing.
„ Exercise care with the glass of a broken liquid crystal panel.
If the panel has broken, take care not to cut your hands on the glass shards. If you should touch an area
where the glass has broken off, you may injure yourself.
„ The LCD panel is a high-precision component and, as such, the following care
must be taken in its handling.
• Wiping the panel's surface with benzine, paint thinners, etc. will cause a deterioration in its quality.
• If water (salty water) is left on the display surface, discoloration and staining will result.
• Exposing the panel directly to ultraviolet rays for an extended period may cause the deflection panel to
turn brown, in turn causing the contrast to drop and other forms of deterioration to develop in the display
quality.
• Moisture inside the monitor due to condensation, etc. may cause unevenness in the colors.
• Directly tapping the surface or bumping it into objects may crack the panel, etc.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the panel since leaking liquid crystal may make contact with your skin,
which is hazardous.
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„ Handle the liquid crystal protective panel carefully.
Carefully wipe off any fingerprints or dirt on the liquid crystal protective panel with a cleaning agent used to
clean office automation equipment, for example. Rubbing the panel with too much force may mark or
damage the panel.
Concerning impact
„ This is a precision instrument and, as such, subjecting it to impact may cause
malfunctioning. Take special care when moving the monitor.
„ Do not drop the monitor.
Concerning the installation and operation locations
„ Installing the monitor in the following kinds of locations may cause
malfunctioning and/or accidents.
• Locations with an ambient temperature outside the range of 0 to 40 degrees Celsius (see Note 1)
• Locations with an ambient humidity outside the range of 30 to 80% RH
• Locations in the vicinity of an air conditioner or subject to rapid temperature changes or to the formation of
condensation
• Locations exposed to direct sunlight (see Note 2)
• Locations exposed to corrosive gases or high concentrations of dust
• Locations where strong magnetic fields are generated
• Locations where the monitor may be splashed with water, oil, chemicals, etc.
• Locations to which vibrations are transmitted from the floor
• Unstable locations
„ Take care to meet the following conditions in order to ensure that the monitor will
be used properly.
• Do not place heavy objects such as another monitor on top of the monitor.
• Avoid placing any objects around the monitor.
Note 1: When the surface temperature of the LCD panel exceeds 60 degrees Celsius, the panel's backlight
and other parts may be damaged.
Note 2: Exposing the panel directly to ultraviolet rays for an extended period may cause the deflection
panel to turn brown, in turn causing the contrast to drop and other forms of deterioration to develop
in the display quality.
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Concerning problems due to the nature of liquid crystal
The following minor problems may occur due to the nature of liquid crystal.
„ The liquid crystal's response time, brightness and colors may vary depending on
the ambient temperature.
„ Depending on what is displayed, unevenness in the brightness, flicker, vertical
stripes and/or very small flecks may appear.
„ The optical characteristics of liquid crystal (such as unevenness in the brightness
or display) change in accordance with the operating time. These changes are
particularly apparent at low temperatures.
„ The display colors may change depending on the view angle.
„ Noise may appear on the startup screen.
„ Image lag may occur. Avoid displaying the same pattern for a prolonged period of
time.
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CONCERNING THE WM-3014
The WM-3014 is a compact, lightweight and portable LCD waveform monitor which comes in handy for monitoring the
pictures being shot during live broadcasts, on location or in studios.
The camera battery is supported as the power supply so that pictures, waveforms and sound can now be monitored
even in locations where it would be difficult to carry in equipment.
A full range of functions is provided including functions for adjusting the brightness, contrast and chroma levels as well
as functions for displaying markers.
Input signals in a total of 23 HDTV and two SDTV video formats as well as NTSC and PAL composite input signals are
supported. In regard to the PAL signals, however, the waveforms of the 3 lines each at the start and end of the video
signals will be more disturbed than in actuality.
Outline of WM-3014
„ 6.3-inch a-Si TFT LCD panel featured
„ HD-SDI, SD-SDI or YPbPr HD analog signals supported as the input
„ 25 different video formats supported
Standards complied with by HD-SDI signals: SMPTE 292M, BTA S-004B standards
(1.485 Gbps SDI input)
Standards complied with by SD-SDI signals: SMPTE 259M standard (270 Mbps SDI input)
Standards complied with by analog input and supported formats:
SMPTE 274M, SMPTE 296M, BTA S-001B standards
Composite input (NTSC: SMPTE 170M, PAL: ITU-R.BT624-4 complied with in part)
„ SDI IN (×2), SDI MONITOR OUT, HD analog input (ANALOG Y, ANALOG Pb,
ANALOG Pr) and composite input (NTSC, PAL) connectors provided
* When composite signals are input, the waveforms displayed are the waveforms which appear after the
component signal conversion. In regard to the PAL signals, however, the waveforms of the 3 lines each at
the start and end of the video signals will be more disturbed than in actuality.
„ Image adjustment functions
Brightness adjustment function (brightness can be adjusted separately for G, B and R) ±50%
Contrast adjustment function (contrast can be adjusted separately for G, B and R)
0 to 200%
Chroma level adjustment function
0 to 200%
Chroma boosting function
Separate ON/OFF functions for G, B and R
Peak function
Chroma signal OFF function
Gamma adjustment function (gamma can be adjusted separately for G, B and R)
„ Marker displays
Center marker, frame marker, safety markers (95%, 93%, 88%, 80%)
Markers for down-conversion (4:3, 13:9, 14:9)
Markers for cinema formats (2.35:1 Cinemascope, 1.85:1 Cinema Vista, 1.66:1 Euro Vista)
User variable markers
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„ Single-action operation for selecting input channels, partial display/non-display of
information, picture overlay and freeze/update using the switches on the front
panel
„ Many different display modes available
Picture, waveform, vector, audio level meter, audio vector mode, multi display and picture waveform
simultaneous display modes
„ Compare mode provided
Frozen images and the current images can be displayed for the purposes of comparison.
„ Lighting of red, green LEDs at top of screen using external control (contact supply
type)
„ Loading of preset data enabled by external control (contact supply type)
„ Preset switches provided on front panel (for loading and saving the preset data)
„ Automatic tracking of input signals supported
„ Automatic 1/1.000 and 1/1.001 frame rate tracking and input signal detection
functions
„ Reference input (HD analog tri-level sync, BB_525, BB_625)
„ CRC error detection function (during HD-SDI input) for input channels
„ Time code (VITC) display (during HD-SDI input)
„ Functions for locking the panel switches and storing the settings
„ Light weight and slim-line dimensions
„ DC 12V supported (10-18V)
„ Camera battery supported
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2.1
PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
WM-3014 front panel view and parts
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7
9
10
INPUT
11
F1
16
21
DISPLAY
12
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
17
22
2
3
OVERLAY
13
23
AUDIO
18
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
14
P4
F4
4
5
19
24
3
MULTI
F3
FUNC
15
P5
20
25
OPE LOCK
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
2
POWER
1
6
Fig. 2.1
WM-3014 front panel view
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Table 2.1
Front panel parts
No.
Part
Description of function
1
POWER switch / LED
This switch is used to turn the power ON and OFF.
(Its LED lights up green while the power is supplied.)
2
LOCK switch / LED
This switch is used to lock the panel switches and save the settings simultaneously.
Wait appears at the bottom right of the screen while the settings are being
saved.
The settings which have been saved are loaded when the power is turned on. (*1)
(The LED of this switch lights up yellow while the panel switches are locked.)
3
Mode switch
This switch is used to select the monitor's mode.
PICTURE1
4
Mainly for performing the image adjustments on the picture screen.
PICTURE2
Mainly for selecting the auxiliary functions on the picture screen.
PICTURE3
For showing the screen on which the settings items are not displayed.
WAVEFORM
For displaying the waveforms.
VECTOR
For displaying the vectorscope.
STATUS
For displaying the input data as numerical values.
AUDIO
For displaying the embedded audio level meter or audio vectors.
MULTI
For the multi display.
PRESET
For establishing the read mode for the user settings stored inside the
monitor.
MENU
For selecting the input signals, etc.
4
Adjustment dial
This dial is used to adjust and select the settings.
5
Set switch
For entering or canceling the settings.
6
Headphones jack
The sound is output from this jack (diameter: 35 mm). (*2)
7
Liquid crystal display
The images appear on this display.
8
TALLY 1
Tally lamp (red):
9
TALLY 2
Tally lamp (green): This is controlled by the rear panel tally connector
(contact supply type).
10
1/4-20UNC threaded hole
Threaded hole for the screw to secure the monitor
(used to secure the monitor to a tripod, arm, etc.).
11
INPUT switch
This switch is used to select SDI A, SDI B, analog component or analog composite for
the input signals.
The input signals are selected in the following sequence: SDI A ⇒ SDI B ⇒ analog
component ⇒ analog composite ⇒ SDI A (back to the first selection).
12
DISPLAY switch
Half Turn switch
This switch is used to set whether the setting items of function indicators F1 to F5 are
to be displayed on the screen or not. When it is held down (for more than one second),
the top and bottom of the screen are inverted.
13
OVERLAY switch
Color switch
This switch is used to change the picture overlay settings. When it is held down (for
more than 1 second), the color setting screen appears.
(The color setting items differ according to the mode selected.)
14
FREEZE switch
This switch is used to select freeze or update.
15
FUNC switch
This switch is used to switch the setting items.
16
F1 switch
The function of this switch differs depending on the mode selected.
It works for the display that has appeared most recently.
17
F2 switch
The function of this switch differs depending on the mode selected.
It works for the display that has appeared most recently.
18
F3 switch
The function of this switch differs depending on the mode selected.
It works for the display that has appeared most recently.
19
F4 switch
The function of this switch differs depending on the mode selected.
It works for the display that has appeared most recently.
20
F5 switch
The function of this switch differs depending on the mode selected.
It works for the display that has appeared most recently.
This is controlled by the rear panel tally connector
(contact supply type).
Chapter 2 PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
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22
23
24
25
P1 switch
P2 switch
P3 switch
P4 switch
P5 switch
Operations in modes other than the freeze mode
These are the preset switches. They are used to save data in, and load data from, the
memory space with the number corresponding to the current setting. When a switch is
held down, the current setting is saved in the switch.
Wait appears at the
bottom right of the screen while the data is being saved. If the power is turned off while
Wait is displayed, the data saved inside the monitor may be initialized.
If one of these switches is pressed while the PRESET mode is selected, the data
saved in the memory will be loaded. If the mode has not been saved, only the picture
will be displayed.
Operations in the freeze mode
These switches select compare modes 1 to 4 and serve as the EXIT button.
(For further details, refer to “3.4.11 Compare mode.”)
*1: Do not turn off the power while the settings are being saved. If the LOCK switch is released or the power is turned off while settings are
being saved, the initial values may be set instead of the saved settings when the power is next turned on.
*2: Audio signals are output when 48 kHz embedded sound has been multiplexed in the SDI signals.
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2.2
WM-3014 rear panel view and parts
4
5
6
2
3
7
COMPOSITE IN
9
1
10
Fig. 2.2
6
8
WM-3014 rear panel view
Chapter 2 PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
Table 2.2
Names of rear panel parts
No.
Part
Description of function
1
Power socket (*1)
Cannon connector, DC power input socket (GND: pin 1; DC IN: pin 4).
2
SDI IN Ach
HD-SDI signal input connector.
3
SDI IN Bch
HD-SDI signal input connector.
4
Y IN
HD analog Y signal input connector
Synchronization is provided using the Y signal in the case of analog inputs.
5
Pb IN
HD analog Pb (Cb) signal input connector
6
Pr IN
HD analog Pr (Cr) signal input connector
7
MONITOR OUT
Output connector for simplified monitoring of SDI input signals.
SDI A images are output when the SDI A input is selected.
SDI B images are output when the SDI B input is selected.
SDI A images are output when the analog input or composite input is selected.
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COMPOSITE IN
Composite signal input connector
When composite signals are input, the waveforms, etc. displayed are the waveforms,
etc. obtained after the signals have been converted into component signals.
In regard to PAL signals, however, the waveforms of the 3 lines each at the start and
end of the video signals will be more disturbed than in actuality.
9
TALLY connector (*2)
D-sub 9pin (female)
10
REF IN
Reference input connector (HD tri-level sync, BB_525, BB_625), terminated with a
75Ω resistance.
*1: Power socket (no.1 in rear panel view)
Pin No.
1
4
2
Function
1
GND
2
NC
3
NC
4
DC IN (10-18V)
3
7
*2: TALLY connector (no.9 in rear panel view)
1
6
9
5
Pin No.
Function
1
GND
2
TALLY 2(G)
3
PRESET 1
4
PRESET 2
5
GND
6
PRESET 3
7
TALLY 1(R)
8
PRESET 4
9
PRESET 5
When GND and pin 2 are shorted, the green tally lamp lights; when GND and pin 7 are shorted, the red tally lamp lights.
Details on the PRESET pins are provided below. Any of these pins become operational when they are shorted with
GND.
Their functions are established by setting the pins from high to low (MAKE) (edge operation). (The switch pressed last
has priority.)
PRESET 1
PRESET 2
PRESET 1
data is read out
PRESET 2
data is read out
3.3V
2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 pin
3.3V
DM monitor
10kΩ
Remote controller switch
Control IC
Low level threshold: 0.7V
Cable resistor
1, 5 pin
Vf = 0.65V
1kΩ
Remote connector reception area
* Design the circuitry in such a way that the cable resistance is 50Ω or less.
CAUTION
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Do not plug a cable into or unplug one from the TALLY connector while the power is supplied to the
monitor.
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3.1
OPERATION
Connection procedure
This section describes how to connect the following to the WM-3014.
(1) Connecting the power supply
Check that the monitor's POWER switch is at the OFF position, and connect the Cannon
connector of the AC/DC adapter to the WM-3014's power socket (no.1 on the rear panel view).
Check the shapes of the connector and socket before proceeding with the connections.
(2) Connecting the input signals
When SDI signals are to be input
When SDI signals are to be input, use BNC coaxial cables to make the connections to the SDI IN
connectors.
The SDI IN connectors are where the SDI signals are input; MONITOR OUT is the output
connector which is used for the simplified monitoring of the SDI input signals.
Supply serial signals complying with the BTA S-004B standard as the HD-SDI input signals.
Use a coaxial cable (5C-FB or its equivalent) which can handle the 1.5 GHz band.
Supply serial signals complying with the SMPTE259M (270Mbit/s) standard as the SD-SDI input
signals.
(3) Connecting the remote controller
Check that the monitor's POWER switch is at the OFF position, and connect the remote
controller to the WM-3014's TALLY connector (no.9 on the rear panel view).
Check the shapes of the connector and socket before proceeding with the connections.
3.2
Usage
A protective film is adhered to the surface of the LCD panel. Peel it off before using the WM-3014.
After checking the connections, turn on the power using the POWER switch on the front panel of the
WM-3014. The POWER LED lights, and images are displayed.
If the POWER LED fails to light, check the connections again.
To conduct the simplified monitoring of the SDI input signals, use the MONITOR OUT connector.
NoSignal is displayed in
If no input signals are supplied, the image area appears all black, and
red on the screen.
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3.3
Concerning the screens
This section describes the screen displays of the WM-3014 and the setting procedures.
Regular screen
1
2
3
4
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
INPUT
9
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
5
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
F4
P4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
YCRCE:0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE:0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
ON
NoSignal
Freeze
VITC:00:00:00:00
5
10
OFF
F5
6
9
7
8
10
11
Wait
12
POWER
WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
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Chapter 3 OPERATION
No.
1
2
Item
Description
Display modes
(Reference)
The input reference signal is displayed here.
Int denotes "Internal" (internal sync signal).
Ref HD denotes "Reference"
(external sync signal: HD tri-level signals).
Ref BB (525) denotes "Reference"
(external sync signal: NTSC black burst signal).
Ref BB (625) denotes "Reference"
(external sync signal: PAL black burst signal).
P1, P2, W, V, ST,
A, ML, MN
(frequency)
The frequency of the input signals is displayed here.
If no signals are input (when
NoSignal appears on the screen), "*" is
displayed.
P1, P2, W, V, ST,
A, ML, MN
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Format
The selected format is displayed here.
Indicated within the parentheses on the line below are the input signal format
and field (or frame) frequency.
When analog input has been selected even if 1035i input signals are
supplied, these signals will be identified as 1080i signals. If no signals are
input (when
NoSignal appears on the screen), "*" is displayed.
If no signals are input or if the format which has been set differs from the
format of the actual input signals,
Format appears in red.
P1, P2, W, V, ST,
A, ML, MN
4
Input
Displayed here is the input channel (SDI A, SDI B, Analog or VBS) which has
been selected by the INPUT switch.
P1, P2, W, V, ST,
A, ML, MN
5
YCRCE
This is where the Y signal is checked for CRC errors and the number of
errors is displayed. When an error is found, YCRCE appears in red for
one second.
Note: The CRC errors are not counted when SD-SDI signals or analog
signals are input. Neither are they counted for one second after the
input signals have been changed by the INPUT switch.
P1, P2, W, V, ST,
A, ML, MN
6
PCRCE
This is where the Pb and Pr signals are checked for CRC errors and the
number of errors is displayed. When an error is found, PCRCE
appears in red for one second.
Note: The CRC errors are not counted when SD-SDI signals or analog
signals are input. Neither are they counted for one second after the
input signals have been changed by the INPUT switch.
P1, P2, W, V, ST,
A, ML, MN
7
LAST
The time elapsed since the last error was found is displayed here.
P1, P2, W, V, ST,
A, ML, MN
8
TIME
The time elapsed after the WM-3014 was started up or after the error count
was reset is displayed here.
P1, P2, W, V, ST,
A, ML, MN
9
VITC
The time code (VITC) is displayed here.
It is displayed only when SDI signals are selected.
Note: It is displayed accurately when HD-SDI signals are selected, but it may
not be displayed accurately in the case of SD-SDI signals.
P1, P2, W, V, ST,
A, ML, MN
P1, P2, P3, W, V,
ST, A, ML, PRE,
MN
10-a
NoSignal
NoSignal
set signals.
10-b
NoReference
NoReference appears in red if the reference signal is not input
properly (if it is not input or if it is at variance from the setting) when a setting
other than Int (external sync) has been selected as the reference setting
of the WM-3014. If the conditions for
NoSignal are satisfied also at
the same time,
NoSignal takes precedence.
P1, P2, P3, W, V,
ST, A, ML, PRE,
MN
This indicates the freeze status. When the freeze status is established,
Freeze appears in blue.
P1, P2, P3, W, V,
ST, A, ML, PRE,
MN
This indicates that data is being saved.
P1, P2, P3, W, V,
ST, A, ML, PRE,
MN
11
12
13
Freeze
Wait
appears in red if the input signals are at variance from the
The dotted lines in the diagram represent the image area. The screen size is
normally 960 × 540 pixels.
In the case of the SD format, the size is 720 × 540 pixels.
Abbreviations used in display mode column:
P1…PICTURE1 mode, P2…PICTURE2 mode, P3…PICTURE3 mode, W…WAVEFORM mode, V…VECTOR mode, ML…MULTI mode,
ST…STATUS mode, A…AUDIO mode, PRE…PRESET mode, MN…MENU mode
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Picture mode
FilterOFF
Mono OFF
6500K
G
B
R
1
6
5 BRIGHTNESS
Bright
G-Bright
B-Bright
R-Bright
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
Marker H
Marker V
12
50%
50%
2
CONTRAST
Contrast
G-Cont
B-Cont
R-Cont
3
7
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
10
11
4
CHROMA
Pb(Cb)
Pr(Cr)
100.0%
100.0%
8
9
GAMMA
Y-Gamma
G-Gamma
B-Gamma
R-Gamma
2.200
2.200
2.200
2.200
OTHERS
Peaking
OFF
Chapter 3 OPERATION
No.
Item
Description
Display modes
1
Filter
This indicates whether the filter is ON or OFF.
P1, P2
2
Mono
This indicates whether monochrome is ON or OFF.
P1, P2
3
6500K
9300K
This indicates the color temperature of the liquid crystal which has been
set.
P1, P2
These indicate the ON or OFF status each for G, B and R. A highlighted
display denotes the ON status.
P1, P2
Bright
This indicates the brightness setting.
P1
G-Bright
This indicates the G-brightness setting.
B-Bright
This indicates the B-brightness setting.
R-Bright
This indicates the R-brightness setting.
Contrast
This indicates the contrast setting.
G-Cont
This indicates the G-contrast setting.
B-Cont
This indicates the B-contrast setting.
R-Cont
This indicates the R-contrast setting.
Pb (Cb)
This indicates the Pb (Cb) setting.
Pr (Cr)
This indicates the Pr (Cr) setting.
ChromaUp
This multiplies the chroma signal by 3.
Y-Gamma
This indicates the Y-gamma setting.
G-Gamma
This indicates the G-gamma setting.
B-Gamma
This indicates the B-gamma setting.
R-Gamma
This indicates the R-gamma setting.
Peaking
This indicates the peaking setting.
P1
Displayed here is a list of the usable markers. The currently selected
marker is highlighted.
<Types of markers>
FRAME, CENTER, USER, 95%, 93%, 88%, 80%, 4:3, 13:9, 14:9,
2.35:1, 1.85:1, 1.66:1
Note: When SD-SDI signals are input, the 4:3, 13:9 and 14:9 markers will
not be displayed even when one of these marker designations is
highlighted.
Furthermore, if there are no input signals and AUTO has been
selected for the format, the 1080 marker is displayed.
P1, P2
4
5
6
7
8
9
G
B
/
R
P1
P1
P1
10
(Marker)
11
Marker H
This indicates the horizontal setting of the user marker.
P2
Marker V
This indicates the vertical setting of the user marker.
P2
Abbreviations used in display mode column:
P1…PICTURE1 mode, P2…PICTURE2 mode, P3…PICTURE3 mode, W…WAVEFORM mode, V…VECTOR mode, ML…MULTI mode,
ST…STATUS mode, A…AUDIO mode, PRE…PRESET mode, MN…MENU mode
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Other modes
1
2
3
4
5
dT
d%
YPbPr
Parade
1H Mx1
G x1.00
8.00μs
20.00%
6
7
8
10
9
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
12
11
×1.00
No.
Item
1
YPbPr
GBR
2
Parade /
Overlay
3
1H / 2H
1F / 2F
M×1
M×2
/
/
/
/
Volume
128
L:1CH R:2CH
13
Description
Display modes
This indicates the waveform display method.
W
This indicates the parade display or overlay display for the waveforms.
W
This indicates the sweep 1H/2H/1F/2F switching.
W
This indicates the magnification ratio.
M×4
4
G ×*.**
This indicates the gain magnification rate.
W
5
dT
This indicates the H cursor difference. It appears when the H cursor is
set to ON.
W
6
d%
dV
This indicates the V cursor difference. It appears when the V cursor is
set to ON.
W
7
Field 1
Field 2
/
This indicates the currently displayed field. It appears when
LineSelect is set to ON.
W, V
8
Line (Field)
This indicates the line number in the currently selected field. It appears
when LineSelect is set to ON.
W, V
9
Line (Frame)
This indicates the line number. It appears when
ON.
W, V
/
10
LineSelect
is set to
This indicates the position of the displayed waveform.
W
11
× *.**
This indicates the gain magnification rate.
V, A
12
Volume
This indicates the level of the volume which is output from the
headphone jack.
A
13
L: xCH R: xCH
This indicates the embedded audio channels through which the sound is
output from the headphone jack.
A
Abbreviations used in display mode column:
P1…PICTURE1 mode, P2…PICTURE2 mode, P3…PICTURE3 mode, W…WAVEFORM mode, V…VECTOR mode, ML…MULTI mode,
ST…STATUS mode, A…AUDIO mode, PRE…PRESET mode, MN…MENU mode
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Chapter 3 OPERATION
Color adjustment mode
Information
Marker
White3
White3
Information
Scale
Waveform
Cursor
White3
White1
Color15
Yellow2
1
2
3
4
5
InformationWhite3
Scale
White1
Vector
Green16
Cursor
Yellow2
6
Information White3
Scale
White1
Meter
White3
Vector
Green32
Information
Scale
Status
Cursor
No.
7
8
White3
White1
Color15
Yellow2
Description
Display modes
Information
This indicates the color of the characters.
P1, P2, P3, W, V,
ST, A, MN
2
Marker
This indicates the color of the markers.
P1, P2, P3
3
Cursor
This indicates the color of the cursors.
W, V, ST
4
Waveform
This indicates the color and brightness of the waveforms.
W
5
Scale
This indicates the color of the scale.
W, V, ST, A
6
Vector
This indicates the color and brightness of the vectors.
V
7
Meter
This indicates the color of the audio level meter.
A
8
Vector
This indicates the color of the audio vectors.
A
9
Status
This indicates the color of the status.
ST
1
Item
9
Abbreviations used in display mode column:
P1・・・PICTURE1 mode, P2・・・PICTURE2 mode, P3・・・PICTURE3 mode, W・・・WAVEFORM mode, V・・・VECTOR mode, ML・・・MULTI
mode, ST・・・STATUS mode, A・・・AUDIO mode, PRE・・・PRESET mode, MN・・・MENU mode
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3.4
Operation
This section describes the WM-3014 screen displays.
Descriptions of each mode are given in the following sections.
PICTURE1 mode
(refer to section 3.4.1)
PICTURE2 mode
(refer to section 3.4.2)
PICTURE3 mode
(refer to section 3.4.3)
WAVEFORM mode (refer to section 3.4.4)
VECTOR mode
(refer to section 3.4.5)
STATUS mode
(refer to section 3.4.6)
AUDIO mode
(refer to section 3.4.7)
MULTI mode
(refer to section 3.4.8)
PRESET mode
(refer to section 3.4.9)
MENU mode
(refer to section 3.4.10)
CAUTION
16
Do not turn off the power during operations such as when data is
being saved (when
Wait appears at the bottom right of the
screen). If the power is turned off while
Wait is displayed, the
data saved inside the monitor may be initialized.
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.1
PICTURE1 mode
3.4.1.1
Function screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images are displayed on this screen.
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
59.94)
(1080i
Int
Filter OFF
Mono OFF
6500K
G
B
R
INPUT
F1
BRIGHTNESS
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
CONTRAST
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
CHROMA
FREEZE
P4
F4
GAMMA
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
F5
OTHERS
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[Description of operations]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the previous screen.
F1 switch
BRIGHTNESS
Use this to display the brightness setting screen. (Refer to section 3.2.1.2.)
F2 switch
CONTRAST
Use this to display the contrast setting screen. (Refer to section 3.2.1.3.)
F3 switch
CHROMA
Use this to display the chroma setting screen. (Refer to section 3.2.1.4.)
F4 switch
GAMMA
Use this to display the gamma setting screen. (Refer to section 3.2.1.5.)
F5 switch
OTHERS
Use this to display the screen on which are set the peaking, filter, color temperature,
mask and half mask. (Refer to section 3.2.1.6.)
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3.4.1.2
Brightness setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images are displayed, and the following image adjustments are performed on this screen.
z
z
z
z
Brightness
G-Brightness
B-Brightness
R-Brightness
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Filter OFF
Input SDI A
Mono OFF
Format AUTO
6500K
59.94)
(1080i
G
B
R
Int
Bright
G-Bright
B-Bright
R-Bright
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
INPUT
F1
Bright
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
G-Bright
3
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
B-Bright
FREEZE
P4
R-Bright
2
OVERLAY
F4
FUNC
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
OPE LOCK
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
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Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.1.1.)
F1 switch
Bright
Use this to adjust the brightness value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: -50.00% to +50.00%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the brightness value is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
G-Bright
Use this to adjust the G-brightness value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: -50.00% to +50.00%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the G-brightness value is returned to the initial
value.
F3 switch
B-Bright
Use this to adjust the B-brightness value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: -50.00% to +50.00%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the B-brightness value is returned to the initial
value.
F4 switch
R-Bright
Use this to adjust the R-brightness value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: -50.00% to +50.00%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the R-brightness value is returned to the initial
value.
F5 switch
No function.
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.1.3
Contrast setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images are displayed, and the following image adjustments are performed on this screen.
z
z
z
z
Contrast
G-Contrast
B-Contrast
R-Contrast
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Contrast
G-Cont
B-Cont
R-Cont
Input SDI A
Filter OFF
Mono OFF
Format AUTO
6500K
(1080i
59.94)
G
B
R
Int
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
INPUT
F1
Contrast
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
G-Contrast
2
3
OVERLAY
B-Contrast
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
R-Contrast
P4
F4
FUNC
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
OPE LOCK
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.1.1.)
F1 switch
Contrast
Use this to adjust the contrast value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 0.0% to 200.0%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the contrast value is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
G-Contrast
Use this to adjust the G-contrast value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 0.0% to 200.0%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the G-contrast value is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
B-Contrast
Use this to adjust the B-contrast value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 0.0% to 200.0%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the B-contrast value is returned to the initial value.
F4 switch
R-Contrast
Use this to adjust the R-contrast value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 0.0% to 200.0%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the R-contrast value is returned to the initial value.
F5 switch
No function.
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3.4.1.4
Chroma setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images are displayed, and the following image adjustments are performed on this screen.
z Pb (Cb)
z Pr (Cr)
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
Filter OFF
Mono OFF
6500K
G
B
R
Pb(Cb)
Pr(Cr)
100.0%
100.0%
INPUT
F1
Chroma
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Pb(Cb)
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
Pr(Cr)
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
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FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
Chroma Up
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.1.1.)
F1 switch
Chroma
Use this to adjust the chroma value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 0.0% to 200.0%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the chroma value is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Pb (Cb)
Use this to adjust the Pb (Cb) value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 0.0% to 200.0%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the Pb (Cb) value is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
Pr (Cr)
Use this to adjust the Pr (Cr) value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 0.0% to 200.0%
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the Pr (Cr) value is returned to the initial value.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
Chroma_Up
This multiplies the chroma signals by 3.
CAUTION
* If the result of multiplying the chroma signal value by 3 exceeds ±109%, a limit will be
imposed at ±109%.
Example: A 30% signal will be expanded to 90%, but when a 100% signal is
multiplied by 3, it will be increased to 109% only.
When the Pb and Pr values differ while the chroma values are being adjusted, once the
adjusted chroma for one value reaches 200% or 0%, no further adjustment will be
possible for either value.
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3.4.1.5
Gamma setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images are displayed, and the following image adjustments are performed on this screen.
z
z
z
z
Y-gamma
G-gamma
B-gamma
R-gamma
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
Y-Gamma
G-Gamma
B-Gamma
R-Gamma
Filter OFF
Mono OFF
6500K
G
B
R
2.200
2.200
2.200
2.200
INPUT
F1
Y-Gamma
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
G-Gamma
2
3
OVERLAY
B-Gamma
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
R-Gamma
F4
FUNC
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
OPE LOCK
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
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Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.1.1.)
F1 switch
Y-Gamma
Use this to adjust the Y-gamma value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 1.100 to 4.400
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the Y-gamma value is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
G-Gamma
Use this to adjust the G-gamma value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 1.100 to 4.400
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the G-gamma value is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
B-Gamma
Use this to adjust the B-gamma value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 1.100 to 4.400
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the B-gamma value is returned to the initial value.
F4 switch
R-Gamma
Use this to adjust the R-gamma value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: 1.100 to 4.400
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the R-gamma value is returned to the initial value.
F5 switch
No function.
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.1.6
Other image setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images are displayed, and the following image adjustments are performed on this screen.
z
z
z
z
z
Peaking
Filter
Color temperature
Mask
Half mask
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
59.94)
(1080i
Int
FilterOFF
Mono OFF
6500K
G
B
R
Peaking
OFF
INPUT
F1
Peaking
DISPLAY
Filter
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
D65/D93
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
MASK
F4
FUNC
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
OPE LOCK
HALF MASK
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
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[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.1.1.)
F1 switch
Peaking
Use this to adjust the peaking value by turning the adjustment dial.
Variable range: OFF, ON (1 to 100)
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the peaking value is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Filter
Use this to set the filter to ON or OFF.
F3 switch
D65/D93
Use this to set the color temperature to 6500K or 9300K.
F4 switch
MASK
Use this to set the mask function to ON or OFF. (With HD signals)
F5 switch
HALF MASK
Use this to set the half mask function to ON or OFF. (With HD signals)
CAUTION
24
When the filter is set to ON, the peaking is reset to OFF. Conversely, when the peaking
is set to ON, the filter is reset to OFF.
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.1.7
Color setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
By holding down the OVERLAY switch in the PICTURE1 mode, the input images are displayed, and the following
settings can be performed.
z Character color
z Marker color
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
59.94)
(1080i
Int
FilterOFF
Mono OFF
6500K
G
B
R
Information
Marker
White3
White3
INPUT
F1
Information
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Marker
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
Exit
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the previous screen.
F1 switch
Information
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the characters by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the character color is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Marker
Use this to select the color (any of 64 colors) of the markers by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the marker color is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
No function.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
Exit
Use this to return to the previous screen.
OVERLAY switch
When this is held down, the display is returned to the previous screen.
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3.4.2
PICTUER2 mode
3.4.2.1
Normal screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images are displayed, and the following settings can be performed.
z Monochrome
z G, B AND R ON/OFF
z Markers
Note: With the 525i/60 and 625i/50 formats, the 4:3, 13:9 and 14:9 markers are not displayed. Furthermore,
if there are no input signals and AUTO has been selected for the format, the 1080 marker is
displayed.
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
59.94)
(1080i
Int
FilterOFF
Mono OFF
6500K
G
B
R
INPUT
F1
Mono
DISPLAY
Green
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
Blue
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
Red
P4
F4
FUNC
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
Marker
OPE LOCK
F5
ON
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WAVEFORM MONITOR
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OFF
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
No function.
F1 switch
Mono
Use this to set monochrome to ON or OFF.
When monochrome is set to ON, Green, Blue and Red are set to ON.
F2 switch
Green
Use this to display or not display the green of the input images. If Green is set to OFF
while monochrome is ON, monochrome will be set to OFF.
F3 switch
Blue
Use this to display or not display the blue of the input images. If Blue is set to OFF while
monochrome is ON, monochrome will be set to OFF.
F4 switch
Red
Use this to display or not display the red of the input images. If Red is set to OFF while
monochrome is ON, monochrome will be set to OFF.
F5 switch
Marker
Use this to set the markers to ON or OFF. At the marker ON setting, select the markers
using the adjustment dial, and enter the selection by pressing the adjustment dial.
Note: With the 525i/60 and 625i/50 formats, the 4:3, 13:9 and 14:9 markers are not
displayed. Furthermore, if there are no input signals and
AUTO has been selected for the format, the 1080 marker is displayed.
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3.4.2.2
User marker setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
When the F5 switch (Marker switch) is held down in the PICTURE2 mode, the input images are displayed, and
the horizontal and vertical values of the user markers can be set.
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
59.94)
(1080i
Int
FilterOFF
Mono OFF
6500K
G
B
R
Marker H
Marker V
50%
50%
INPUT
F1
Marker H
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Marker V
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
FUNC
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
Exit
OPE LOCK
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
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Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.2.1.)
F1 switch
Marker H
Use this to adjust the horizontal marker value by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the horizontal marker value is returned to the initial
value.
Variable range: 0 to 99%
F2 switch
Marker V
Use this to adjust the vertical marker value by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the vertical marker value is returned to the initial
value.
Variable range: 0 to 99%
F3 switch
No function.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
Exit
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.2.1.)
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.2.3
Color setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
When the OVERLAY switch is held down in the PICTURE2 mode, the input pictures are displayed, and the
following settings can be performed.
z Character color
z Marker color
〈〈 Color setting screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
59.94)
(1080i
Int
Filter OFF
Mono OFF
6500K
G
B
R
Information
Marker
White3
White3
INPUT
F1
Information
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Marker
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
FUNC
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
FRM
CTR
USER
95%
93%
88%
80%
4:3
13:9
14:9
2.35:1 1.85:1 1.66:1
OPE LOCK
Exit
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.2.1.)
F1 switch
Information
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the characters by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the character color is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Marker
Use this to select the color (any of 64 colors) of the markers by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the marker color is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
No function.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
Exit
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.2.1.)
OVERLAY switch
When this is held down, the display is returned to the regular screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.2.1.)
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3.4.3
PICTURE3 mode
3.4.3.1
Regular screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images are displayed, and the following settings can be performed.
z H Delay
z V Delay
z MAG
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
INPUT
F1
H Delay
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
V Delay
3
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
2
OVERLAY
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
MAG
x1/4:3/x2/x4
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
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Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
No function.
F1 switch
H Delay
Use this to set the H Delay to ON or OFF.
Even when ON is selected as the H Delay setting here, the setting will return to OFF
once the PICTURE3 mode is exited.
F2 switch
V Delay
Use this to set the V Delay to ON or OFF.
Even when ON is selected as the V Delay setting here, the setting will return to OFF
once the PICTURE3 mode is exited.
F3 switch
No function.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
MAG ×1 / 4:3 / ×2 / ×4
Use this to select ×1, 4:3, ×2 or ×4 for HD signals or ×1, 4:3, 16:9 or ×4 for SD
signals as the magnification ratio.
Even when 4:3, ×2 or ×4 is selected as the MAG setting here, the setting will
return to ×1 once the PICTURE3 mode is exited.
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.3.2
Color setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
When the OVERLAY switch is held down in the PICTURE3 mode, the following settings can be performed on this
screen.
z Character color
z Marker color
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Information
Marker
White3
White3
INPUT
F1
Information
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Marker
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
F4
P4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
OFF
ON
Exit
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.3.1.)
F1 switch
Information
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the characters by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the character color is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Marker
Use this to select the color (any of 64 colors) of the markers by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the marker color is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
No function.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
Exit
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.3.1.)
OVERLAY switch
When this is held down, the display is returned to the regular screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.3.1.)
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3.4.4
WAVEFORM mode
3.4.4.1
Function screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The waveforms are displayed on this screen.
* When composite signals are input, the data after the signals have been converted into component signals is
displayed. In regard to the PAL signals, however, the waveforms of the 3 lines each at the start and end of the
video signals will be more disturbed than in actuality.
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
YPbPr
Format AUTO
Parade
59.94)
(1080i
1H Mx1
Int
G x1.00
dT
d%
8.00μs
20.00%
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
INPUT
F1
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
SWEEP
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
GAIN/MAG
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
CURSOR
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
SETTING
VITC:00:00:00:00
F5
ON
WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
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OFF
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the previous screen.
Adjustment dial
No function.
F1 switch
DISPLAY
Use this to set the display to the DISPLAY setting screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.4.2.)
F2 switch
SWEEP
Use this to set the display to the SWEEP setting screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.4.3.)
F3 switch
GAIN/MAG
Use this to set the display to the GAIN/MAG setting screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.4.4.)
F4 switch
CURSOR
Use this to set the display to the CURSOR setting screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.4.5.)
F5 switch
SETTING
Use this to set the display to the WAVEFORM mode setting screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.4.6.)
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.4.2
DISPLAY setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The waveforms are displayed, and the following settings can be performed on this screen.
z Switching between parade display (side-by-side display) and overlay display (superimposed display) for the
waveforms
z Line select function (with 1H, 2H)
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
YPbPr
Format AUTO
Parade
(1080i
59.94)
1H Mx1
Int
G x1.00
dT
d%
8.00μs
20.00%
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
INPUT
Parade
Overlay
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Y
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
Pb(Cb)
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
Pr(Cr)
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
LineSelect
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.4.1.)
F1 switch
Parade / Overlay
Use this to switch between parade display (side-by-side display) and overlay display
(superimposed display) for the waveforms.
F2 switch
Y
Use this to set Y / G to ON or OFF.
F3 switch
Pb (Cb)
Use this to set Pb / B to ON or OFF.
F4 switch
Pr (Cr)
Use this to set Pr / R to ON or OFF.
F5 switch
LineSelect
Use this to set line select to ON or OFF.
When line select is ON, the lines are incremented or decremented by turning the
adjustment dial, and the field is switched by pressing the adjustment dial. The line select
ON/OFF and line settings are coupled in the WAVEFORM mode and VECTOR mode.
(This applies with 1H or 2H only; field switching is enabled only with the interlacing or
segmented frame format.)
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3.4.4.3
SWEEP setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The waveforms are displayed, and the following settings can be performed on this screen.
z 1H, 2H, 1F or 2F display switching
z Line select function (with 1H, 2H)
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
YPbPr
Parade
1H Mx1
G x1.00
dT
d%
8.00μs
20.00%
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
INPUT
F1
1H
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2H
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
1F
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
2F
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
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LineSelect
OFF
ON
WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.4.1.)
F1 switch
1H
Use this to set the 1H display.
F2 switch
2H
Use this to set the 2H display
(with the interlacing or segmented frame format).
In the line select OFF status, the odd-numbered fields are displayed on the left side, and
the even-numbered fields are displayed on the right side.
In the line select ON status, the selected line is displayed on the left side, and the next
line in the selected field is displayed on the right side.
F3 switch
1F
Use this to set the 1H display.
The horizontal blanking data is not displayed.
F4 switch
2F
Use this to set the 2H display
(with the interlacing or segmented frame format).
The odd-numbered fields are displayed on the left side, and the even-numbered fields
are displayed on the right side.
The horizontal blanking data is not displayed.
F5 switch
LineSelect
Use this to set line selection to ON or OFF.
In the line select ON status, the lines are incremented or decremented by turning the
adjustment dial, and the field is switched by pressing the adjustment dial. The line select
ON/OFF and line settings are coupled in the WAVEFORM mode and VECTOR mode.
(This applies with 1H or 2H only; field switching is enabled only with the interlacing or
segmented frame format.)
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3.4.4.4
GAIN/MAG setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The waveforms are displayed, and the following settings can be performed on this screen.
z Gain (×0.03 to ×7.97), MAG (1×, 2× or 4×) setting
z Scroll functions
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
YPbPr
Parade
1H Mx1
G x1.00
dT
d%
8.00μs
20.00%
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
GAIN
× 1
× 5
Val ×1.00
CTR Pos.C
Aligned
Center
MAG
× 1
× 2
× 4
P4
SCROLL
Up Down
Left Right
P5
INPUT
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
F5
OFF
ON
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
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WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.4.1.)
Turning the adjustment dial
When The Gain Setting Is Fixed
×1 / ×5
No function.
When the gain setting is variable
Val ×*.**
Turn the dial to set the magnification rate of the
gain.
(Variable range: 0.03 to 7.97)
When scrolling
Turn the dial to scroll vertically (up/down) or
horizontally (left/right).
When the gain setting is fixed
×1 / ×5
No function.
When the gain setting is variable
Val ×*.**
The gain is set to an integral value after the
decimal places have been rounded down (with
a figure or 4 or below) or rounded up (with a
figure of 5 or above). (All values below 0.49 are
set to 0.03; similarly, all values above 7.00 are
set to 7.00.)
If the gain magnification rate is an integer, it is
increased in 1.00 increments, and when 7.00 is
reached, it is returned to 1.00.)
When scrolling
Press the dial to reset the scrolling.
Pressing the adjustment dial
Use this to switch the gain magnification rate (×1 / ×5) or switch the adjustment dial
function to the gain setting (Val ×*.**).
F1 switch
GAIN ×1
/
GAIN ×5
/
GAIN Val ×*.**
F2 switch
CTR Pos.C Aligned
CTR Pos.C Center
F3 switch
/
Use this to switch the position where the Pb (Cb) and Pr (Cr) signals are to be displayed
when the gain is magnified. The setting is fixed at Aligned when GBR is selected on
the waveform display. (Refer to section 3.2.4.6.)
Use this to select the MAG magnification rate (1×, 2× or 4×).
MAG ×1
/
MAG ×2
/
MAG ×4
F4 switch
Scroll Up Down
Scroll Left Right
F5 switch
/
Use this to select vertical (up/down) or horizontal (left/right) for scrolling.
If H Blank is not ON when 1H or 2H has been selected or if 1F or 2F has been selected,
the horizontal blanking data will not be displayed even when the display is scrolled
horizontally. (For details on 1H, 2H, 1F and 2F, refer to section 3.4.4.3.)
No function.
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3.4.4.5
CURSOR setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The waveforms are displayed, and the following settings can be performed on this screen.
z H and V cursor display and difference display (mV, µs)
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
YPbPr
Parade
1H Mx1
G x1.00
dT
d%
8.00μs
20.00%
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
INPUT
F1
H
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
V
MOVE
BASE
OFFSET
TRACK
P4
H/V
H
V
P5
3
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
VITC:00:00:00:00
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.4.1.)
Adjustment dial
Use this to move the cursor horizontally or vertically.
F1 switch
H
Use this to set the display of the H cursor to ON or OFF.
F2 switch
V
Use this to set the display of the V cursor to ON or OFF.
F3 switch
MOVE BASE /
MOVE OFFSET /
MOVE TRACK
Use this to select the cursor (BASE, OFFSET or TRACK) to be moved.
F4 switch
H/V H /
Use this to select the cursor (H or V) to be moved.
F5 switch
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Description of function
H/V
V
No function.
OFF
ON
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
F5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
2
OVERLAY
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.4.6
SETTING mode setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The waveforms are displayed, and the following settings can be performed on this screen.
z
z
z
z
Waveform display YPbPr/GBR/RGB switching
V Ancillary (Wave) and H Blanking switching
Scale switching
Filter selection
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
YPbPr
Parade
1H Mx1
G x1.00
dT
d%
8.00μs
20.00%
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
Waveform
YPbPr
GBR
RGB
V Anc(Wave
ON
OFF
H Blank
ON
OFF
Scale
%
V
Non
P4
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
Filter(Wave)
NON
LPF
Average
INPUT
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
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[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the function screen. (Refer to section 3.4.4.1.)
Adjustment dial
No function.
F1 switch
Waveform YPbPr /
Waveform GBR /
Waveform RGB
Use this to switch between YPbPr, GBR and RGB for the waveform display.
F2 switch
V Anc ON /
V Anc OFF
Use this to set V ancillary to ON or OFF.
This takes effect only when the WAVEFORM mode is established.
F3 switch
H Blank ON /
H Blank OFF
Use this to set H Blanking to ON or OFF.
To view the H blanking waveforms, set to ON, and set the scroll to horizontal. (For
details on horizontal scrolling, refer to section 3.4.4.4.)
F4 switch
Scale % /
Scale V /
Scale Non
Use this to switch the scale units between %, V and no display.
F5 switch
Filter (Wave)
Filter (Wave)
Filter (Wave)
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NON /
LPF /
Average
Use this to select filter (Wave) or no filter and set the type of filter. This takes effect only
when the WAVEFORM mode is established.
LPF frequency characteristics Y: 6 MHz (-3 dB), PbPr: 3 MHz (-3 dB)
"Average" is obtained by averaging the data for 8 pixels immediately before and after.
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.4.7
Color setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
When the OVERLAY switch is held down in the WAVEFORM mode, the following settings can be performed on
this screen.
z
z
z
z
Character color
Scale color
Waveform color and brightness
Cursor color
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Information
Scale
Waveform
Cursor
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
White3
White1
Color15
Yellow2
INPUT
F1
Information
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Scale
2
3
OVERLAY
Waveform
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
Cursor
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
Exit
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the previous screen.
F1 switch
Information
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the characters by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the character color is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Scale
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the scale by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the scale color is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
Waveform
Use this to select the color (any of 62 colors) and brightness of the waveform by turning
the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the waveform color is returned to the initial value.
F4 switch
Cursor
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the cursor by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the cursor color is returned to the initial value.
F5 switch
Exit
Use this to return to the previous screen.
OVERLAY switch
When this is held down, the display is returned to the previous screen.
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3.4.5
VECTOR mode
3.4.5.1
Regular screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The signals on the vectorscope can be displayed, and the following settings can be performed on the screen.
z Enlargement of vectorscope display
z Line select function
z When composite signals are input, the data after the signals have been converted into component signals is
displayed. In regard to the PAL signals, however, the waveforms of the 3 lines each at the start and end of the
video signals will be more disturbed than in actuality.
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
×1.00
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
INPUT
GAIN
Fix x1
x5
Val x1.00
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
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LineSelect
OFF
ON
WM-3014
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WAVEFORM MONITOR
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to switch the display to the VECTOR mode setting screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.7.2.)
Turning the adjustment dial
When the gain setting is fixed
Fix ×1 / ×5
No function.
When the gain setting is variable
Val ×*.**
Turn the dial to set the magnification rate of the
gain.
(Variable range: 0.03 to 7.97)
When line select is ON
Turn the dial to increment or decrement the
lines. The line select ON/OFF and line settings
are linked in the WAVEFORM mode and
VECTOR mode.
When the gain setting is fixed
Fix ×1 / ×5
No function.
When the gain setting is variable
Val ×*.**
The gain is an integral value after the decimal
places have been rounded down (with a figure
or 4 or below) or rounded up (with a figure of 5
or above). (All values below 0.49 are set to
0.03; similarly, all values above 7.00 are set to
7.00.)
If the gain magnification rate is an integer, it is
increased in 1.00 increments, and when 7.00 is
reached, it is returned to 1.00.
When line select is ON
Use the switch to select the field. (Field
switching applies only with the interlacing or
segmented frame format.)
Pressing the adjustment dial
F1 switch
GAIN Fix ×1 /
GAIN
×5 /
GAIN Val ×*.**
Use this switch to set line select to OFF and to switch between the fixed (Fix ×1 / ×5) and
variable (×*.**) gain setting.
In the Fix ×1 status, the loci between the pixels are interpolated for the display; in other
statuses, only the points are displayed.
F2 switch
No function.
F3 switch
No function.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
LineSelect
Use this to set line select to ON or OFF. When line select is ON, the gain setting display
is fixed (Fix ×1).
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3.4.5.2
VECTOR mode setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The signals on the vectorscope can be displayed, and the following settings can be performed on the screen.
z V Ancillary (Vect) switching
z Scale switching
z LPF (Vect) switching
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
×1.00
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
INPUT
F1
DISPLAY
V Anc(Vect)
ON
OFF
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
3
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
Scale
100%
75%
P4
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
Filter(Vect)
NON
LPF
Average
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
F5
WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to display the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.7.1.)
Adjustment dial
No function.
F1 switch
No function.
ON /
OFF
F3 switch
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Use this to set V ancillary to ON or OFF.
This takes effect only when the VECTOR mode is established.
No function.
F4 switch
Scale 100%
/
F5 switch
Filter (Vect)
Filter (Vect)
Filter (Vect)
NON /
LPF /
Average
OFF
ON
[ Description of operations ]
F2 switch
V Anc (Vect)
V Anc (Vect)
2
OVERLAY
Use this to switch the scale between 100% and 75%.
Scale 75%
Use this to set to filter (Wave) or no filter and set the type of filter.
This takes effect only when the VECTOR mode is established.
LPF frequency characteristics
Y : 6MHz (-3db), PbPr : 3MHz (-3db)
"Average" is the average of the data of the 8 pixels immediately before and after.
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.5.3
Color setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
When the OVERLAY switch is held down in the VECTOR mode, the following settings can be performed on this
screen.
z
z
z
z
Character color
Scale color
Vector color and brightness
Cursor color
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
Information White3
Scale
White1
Vector
Green16
Cursor
Yellow2
INPUT
F1
Information
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Scale
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
Vector
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
Cursor
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
Exit
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the previous screen.
F1 switch
Information
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the characters by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the character color is returned to the initial value.
2 switch
Scale
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the scale by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the scale color is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
Vector
Use this to select the color (any of 160 colors) and brightness of the vector by turning the
adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the vector color is returned to the initial value.
F4 switch
Cursor
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the cursor by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the cursor color is returned to the initial value.
F5 switch
Exit
Use this to return to the previous screen.
OVERLAY switch
When this is held down, the display is returned to the previous screen.
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3.4.6
STATUS mode
3.4.6.1
Regular screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The signals on the status can be displayed, and the following settings can be performed on the screen.
z Status (numerical value) display
z EAV/SAV display
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
Sample
0000
INPUT
EAV
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
SAV
2
3
OVERLAY
Line
Sample
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
HEX
DEC
OCT
BIN
P4
P5
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
F5
OFF
ON
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
(Not used)
Turning the adjustment dial
Turn the dial to increment or decrement the lines or samples of the status displayed. The
lines are linked in the WAVEFORM mode, VECTOR mode and STATUS mode.
Pressing the adjustment dial
Use this to switch the fields. (with the interlacing or segmented frame format).
F1 switch
EAV
Use this to jump to EAV.
F2 switch
SAV
Use this to jump to SAV.
F3 switch
Line / Sample
Turn the adjustment dial, and use this to switch the item (Line or Sample) to be set.
F4 switch
HEX / DEC
BIN
F5 switch
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/
OCT
/
Use this to switch the cardinal number of the data to be displayed to HEX (hexadecimal),
DEC (decimal), OCT (octal) or BIN (binary).
No function.
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.6.2
Color setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
When the OVERLAY switch is held down in the STATUS mode, the following settings can be performed on this
screen.
z
z
z
z
Character color
Scale color
Status color
Cursor color
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Information White3
Scale
White1
Status
White3
Cursor
Yellow2
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
59.94)
(1080i
Int
Information
INPUT
F1
DISPLAY
Scale
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
Status
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
Cursor
P4
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
P5
VITC:00:00:00:00
Exit
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.6.1.)
F1 switch
Information
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the characters by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the character color is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Scale
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the scale by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the scale color is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
Status
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the status by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the status color is returned to the initial value.
F4 switch
Cursor
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the cursor by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the cursor color is returned to the initial value.
F5 switch
Exit
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.6.1.)
OVERLAY switch
When this is held down, the display is returned to the regular screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.6.1.)
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3.4.7
AUDIO mode
3.4.7.1
Audio level meter screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
z Audio levels displayed for 16 channels
z Selection of headphone output channels and volume control
z The audio mode functions only when SDI signals are input.
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
Volume
128
L:1CH R:2CH
INPUT
F1
Volume
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Output L
3
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
Output R
FREEZE
P4
2
OVERLAY
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
OFF
ON
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to select the audio vector screen. (Refer to section 3.4.8.2.)
F1 switch
Volume
Use this to adjust the volume level by turning the adjustment dial. Variable range: 0 to
255
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the volume level is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Output L
Press the F2 switch, and turn the adjustment dial to set the headphone output left
channel.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the output channel is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
Output R
Press the F3 switch, and turn the adjustment dial to set the headphone output right
channel.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the output channel is returned to the initial value.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
No function.
* Since the audio level meter perform pixel-skipping sampling, slight errors may occur in the values displayed for the high-frequency range.
* The level meter may be disturbed for a moment when external sync signals are selected.
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Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.7.2
Audio vector screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
z Left/right vector display selected for headphone output
z Selection of headphone output channels and volume control
z Gain setting (×1, ×2, ×4, ×8 or ×16)
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
×1.00
Volume
128
L:1CH R:2CH
INPUT
F1
Volume
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Output L
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
Output R
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
GAIN
Fix x1
Fix x2
Fix x4
Fix x8
Fix x16
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to select the audio level meter screen. (Refer to section 3.4.8.1.)
F1 switch
Volume
Use this to adjust the volume level by turning the adjustment dial. Variable range: 0 to
255
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the volume level is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Output L
Press the F2 switch, and turn the adjustment dial to set the headphone output left
channel.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the output channel is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
Output R
Press the F3 switch, and turn the adjustment dial to set the headphone output right
channel.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the output channel is returned to the initial value.
F4 switch
GAIN Fix ×1
GAIN Fix ×2
GAIN Fix ×4
GAIN Fix ×8
GAIN Fix ×16
F5 switch
/
/
/
/
Use this to change the magnification rate of the audio vector waveforms. Each time the
F4 switch is pressed, the rate changes in the sequence of ×1, ×2 ... ×16.
No function.
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3.4.7.3
Color setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
When the OVERLAY switch is held down in the AUDIO mode, the following settings can be performed on this
screen.
z
z
z
z
Character color
Scale color
Audio level meter color
Audio vector waveform color
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
Information White3
Scale
White1
Meter
White3
Vector
Green32
INPUT
F1
Information
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
Scale
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
Audio Meter
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
Audio Vector
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
50
Exit
OFF
ON
WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the previous screen.
F1 switch
Information
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the characters by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the character color is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
Scale
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the scale by turning the adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the scale color is returned to the initial value.
F3 switch
Audio Meter
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the audio level meter by turning the
adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the audio level meter color is returned to the initial
value.
F4 switch
Audio Vector
Use this to select the color (any of 128 colors) of the audio vector by turning the
adjustment dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the audio vector color is returned to the initial
value.
F5 switch
Exit
Use this to return to the previous screen.
OVERLAY switch
When this is held down, the display is returned to the previous screen.
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3.4.8
Multi mode
In the multi mode, the DISPLAY, OVERLAY and F1 to F5 switches do not work when the multi mode 1 screen is
selected; when the multi mode 2 screen is selected, only the OVERLAY switch does not work.
* When composite signals are input, the data after the signals have been converted into component signals is displayed.
3.4.8.1
Multi mode 1 screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images, waveforms (Y only), vectorscope and audio level meter are displayed at the same time.
All values set in the PICTURE1 or PICTURE2 mode are valid.
Note:
The H Delay, V Delay and MAG values set in the PICTURE3 mode are always set to OFF in all modes except in the
PICTURE3 mode. The settings supported in all other modes are indicated below.
[ tems common to the WAVEFORM and VECTOR modes ]
Setting item
What happens on multi mode 1 screen
Scale color
As set
Cursor
Not displayed
Line select
Invalid
[ WAVEFORM mode ]
Setting item
What happens on multi mode 1 screen
Parade display / overlay display
Invalid
Y/G ON or OFF
Displayed at all times.
Pb (Cb) / B ON or OFF
Not displayed at any time.
Pr (Cr) / R ON or OFF
Not displayed at any time.
SWEEP
Fixed at 1H
GAIN
Fixed at initial value
MAG
Fixed at initial value
Vertical (gain) scroll
Fixed at initial value
Horizontal scroll
Fixed at initial value
Waveform YPbPr/GBR
Fixed at YPbPr
V Anc (Wave) ON or OFF
As set
H Blank ON or OFF
As set
Scale %/V
As set
Filter
As set
Waveform color, brightness
As set
[ VECTOR mode ]
Setting item
What happens on multi mode 1 screen
GAIN
As set
V Anc (Vect) ON or OFF
As set
Filter
As set
Vector color
As set
For details on the audio level meter in the multi mode, refer to "4.7 Concerning the audio level meter."
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Chapter 3 OPERATION
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to display the multi mode 2 screen. (Refer to section 3.2.5.2.)
F1 switch
No function.
F2 switch
No function.
F3 switch
No function.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
No function.
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3.4.8.2
Multi mode 2 screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The input images and waveforms can be displayed simultaneously.
The following settings can be performed on this screen.
Setting item
What happens on multi mode 2 screen
Scale color
As set
Cursor
Not displayed
Line select
Invalid
[ WAVEFORM mode ]
Setting item
What happens on multi mode 2 screen
Parade display/overlay display
Value selected by switch
Y/G ON or OFF
As set
Pb (Cb) / B ON or OFF
As set
Pr (Cr) / R ON or OFF
As set
SWEEP
Fixed at 1H
GAIN
Fixed at 50%
MAG
Value selected by switch
Vertical (gain) scroll
Fixed at initial value
Horizontal scroll
Fixed at initial value
Waveform YPbPr/GBR/RGB
Value selected by switch
V Anc (Wave) ON or OFF
As set
H Blank ON or OFF
As set
Scale %/V
As set
Filter
As set
Waveform color, brightness
As set
MONO
Value selected by switch
MARKER
Value selected by switch
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to display the multi mode 1 screen. (Refer to section 3.4.5.1.)
F1 switch
MAG
Use this to switch the magnification ratio of MAG between ×1 / 4:3 / ×2 / ×4 (for HD) and
×1 / 4:3 / 16:9 / ×4 (for SD).
When MAG is selected, only the images are displayed, and no waveforms are
displayed.
F2 switch
MONO
Use this to switch monochrome between ON and OFF.
F3 switch
MARKER
Use this to switch the marker between ON and OFF.
F4 switch
Waveform YPbPr /
Waveform GBR /
Waveform RGB
Use this to switch the waveform display between YPbPr, GBR and RGB.
F5 switch
Parade / Overlay
Use this to switch between parade display (side-by-side display) and overlay display
(superimposed display).
* In multi mode 2, the waveform is displayed using a scale of 10% increments. Waveforms can be displayed up to 110% on the full scale.
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Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.9
PRESET mode
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
By pressing (that is, not holding down) the P1 to P5 switches, the data stored in those switches can be called.
There are no setting items, and the switches operate in the way they are designed to operate in the readout mode.
It is only in the PRESET mode that the P1 to P5 switches can be pressed (that is, not held down). If no statuses
are stored in the memory space, the picture-only display will appear when the data is called by the preset switch.
The current statuses are stored in the memory space corresponding to the P1 to P5 switches by holding them
down. The data stored in the memory space consists of modes, setting items common to the modes, and setting
items which differ for each channel.
Holding down the P1 to P5 switches does not work in the MENU mode or PRESET mode.
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
INPUT
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
F4
P4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
Description of function
P1 switch
Use this to call the data stored in the P1 switch.
P2 switch
Use this to call the data stored in the P2 switch.
If no data has been stored, the picture-only screen appears.
If no data has been stored, the picture-only screen appears.
P3 switch
Use this to call the data stored in the P3 switch.
If no data has been stored, the picture-only screen appears.
P4 switch
Use this to call the data stored in the P4 switch.
If no data has been stored, the picture-only screen appears.
P5 switch
Use this to call the data stored in the P5 switch.
If no data has been stored, the picture-only screen appears.
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3.4.10 MENU mode
3.4.10.1
Regular screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
The signals on the menu can be displayed, and the following settings can be performed on the screen.
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Format selection
Reference signal setting (*)
Input signal color space setting
User data calling and storing
Power save mode setting
Error count resetting
Initializing
NTSC setup selection
* When analog signals are input, the monitor will not operate properly unless the formats of the image signals and reference
signals match.
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
INPUT
Format SDI A
Reference
Color Space
Load User Data
Save User Data
Power Save Mode
Channel Reset
P4
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
VITC:00:00:00:00
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Select?
AUTO
1080i/60(30sF)
1080p/30
1080sF/25(50i)
1080p/25
1080sF/24
1080p/24
1035i/60
720p/60
720p/50
720p/30
720p/25
720p/24
525i/60
625i/50
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
NTSC Setup
NON
7.5IRE
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
F4
Error Reset
FUNC
OPE LOCK
F5
Factory Def.
OFF
ON
WM-3014
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
POWER
Chapter 3 OPERATION
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
No function.
Turning the adjustment dial
Turn the dial to select the item to be set.
Pressing the adjustment dial
Press the dial to select the format, set the reference signal or initialize the setting of the
currently selected channel (CRC error count reset).
If the freeze status is established when the format is selected, the status is released.
F1 switch
No function.
F2 switch
No function.
F3 switch
NTSC Setup
NTSC Setup
NON /
7.5IRE
Use this to set the setup of the NTSC composite signals to ON or OFF. Each time the F3
switch is pressed, NON is switched to 7.5IRE or vice versa.
F4 switch
ErrorReset
Use this to reset the CRC error count and elapsed time.
F5 switch
Factory Def.
When this is held down, the settings of all the channels are initialized, and the CRC error
count is reset. (Refer to section 4.1.)
[ Description of function ]
Display
Description of function
Format ****
Select the format of the currently selected channel here.
If AUTO is selected, the input signals are automatically identified and their format is
tracked. When analog component signals have been selected as the input signals, the
525i/60 or 625i/50 format cannot be selected (they are not displayed). When composite
signals have been selected as the input signals, only the AUTO, 525i/59 or 625i/50
format can be selected. In regard to the PAL signals, the actual waveforms of the 3 lines
each at the start and end of the video signals will be more disturbed than in actuality.
Reference
Select the sync signals here.
To perform operations using the internal sync signals, select Int , to input HD tri-level
sync signals, select Ref HD , to input NTSC black burst signals, select
Ref BB (525) , and to input PAL black burst signals, select Ref BB (625) . Bear in
mind that black burst synchronization cannot be supported when the input channels
contain analog signals.
Color Space
Select either YPbPr signals or GBR signals for the input video signals here.
Load User Data
Load the data which has been stored in User1 to User7.
Save User Data
Save 7 sets of current settings in User1 to User7.
While data is being saved,
is displayed.
Do not turn off the power while data is being saved. Otherwise, the initial values may be
saved, instead of the values to be saved, for all the data which can be saved by the
users.
Power Save Mode
The low power consumption function which involves turning off the backlight of the liquid
crystal display can be selected here.
When the prescribed period elapses without performing any WM-3014 operations, the
backlight of the liquid crystal display is turned off, and the low power consumption mode
is established.
When any switch is pressed in this status, the backlight of the liquid crystal display is
turned back on, and the monitor is returned to its normal status.
Channel Reset
Use this to return the setting items of the currently selected channel to the initial
statuses. (Refer to section 4.1.)
CAUTION
Bear in mind that malfunctioning will occur if the reference signal is a signal which is not
supported by the monitor. Even if the reference signal is normal, the display screen may
move to the left or right by one pixel before and after.
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3.4.10.2
Color setting screen
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
When the OVERLAY switch is held down in the MENU mode, the following settings can be performed on this
screen.
z Character color
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
Information
White3
INPUT
Format SDI A
Reference
Color Space
Load User Data
Save User Data
Power Save Mode
Channel Reset
P4
P5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
Select?
AUTO
1080i/60(30sF)
1080p/30
1080sF/25(50i)
1080p/25
1080sF/24
1080p/24
1035i/60
720p/60
720p/50
720p/30
720p/25
720p/24
525i/60
625i/50
VITC:00:00:00:00
F1
Information
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
Exit
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
[ Description of operations ]
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Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.10.1.)
F1 switch
Information
Use this to select the color (any of 63 colors) of the characters by turning the adjustment
dial.
When the adjustment dial is pressed, the character color is returned to the initial value.
F2 switch
No function.
F3 switch
No function.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
Exit
Use this to return to the regular screen. (Refer to section 3.4.10.1.)
OVERLAY switch
When this is held down, the display is returned to the regular screen. (Refer to section
3.4.10.1.)
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.11 Compare mode
3.4.11.1
Outline
〈〈 Outline 〉〉
The compare mode is established by pressing P1, P2, P3 or P4 in the freeze status. This mode is useful for
comparing the current data against the freeze data in different ways.
〈〈 Operation method 〉〉
In the freeze mode, the F1 to F5 functions change as shown below.
z
z
z
z
z
P1: Establishes the compare mode 1.
P2: Establishes the compare mode 2.
P3: Establishes the compare mode 3.
P4: Establishes the compare mode 4.
P5: Returns to the normal mode.
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3.4.11.2
Compare mode 1
〈〈 Outline 〉〉
In this mode, the picture screens of the freeze data and current data are superimposed onto each other, and
displayed.
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
z H Delay
z V Delay
z MAG
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
H Delay
V Delay
S
O
P4
MAG
x1/4:3/x2/x4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
F5
O
[ Description of operations ]
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Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
No function.
F1 switch
H Delay
Use this to set H Delay to ON or OFF.
F2 switch
V Delay
Use this to set V Delay to ON or OFF.
F3 switch
No function.
F4 switch
No function.
F5 switch
MAG ×1 / 4:3 / ×2 / ×4
Use this to switch the magnification ratio of MAG between ×1 / 4:3 / ×2 / ×4 (for HD) and
×1 / 4:3 / 16:9 / ×4 (for SD).
Turning the adjustment dial
Turn the dial to change the ratio at which the freeze data and current data are
superimposed onto each other.
Pressing the adjustment dial
No function.
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.11.3
Compare mode 2
〈〈 Outline 〉〉
In this mode, the vectorscopes of the freeze data and current data are superimposed onto each other, and
displayed.
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Vectorscope expansion
Line select function
Freeze data ON/OFF
Live Data ON/OFF
V Ancillary (Vect) switching
Scale switching
LPF (Vect) switching
* When composite signals are input, the data after the signals have been converted into component signals is displayed.
〈〈 Screen 〉〉
Input SDI A
Format AUTO
(1080i
59.94)
Int
×1.00
Field 1
Line(Field) 0001
Line(Frame) 0001
INPUT
GAIN
Fix x1
x5
Val x1.00
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
YCRCE: 0000000 LAST: 00:00:00
PCRCE: 0000000 TIME: 00:00:00
LineSelect
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
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[ Description of operations ] (Regular screen)
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to set the display to the VECTOR mode setting screen.
Turning the adjustment dial
When the gain setting is fixed
Fix ×1 / ×5
No function.
When the gain setting is variable
Val ×*.**
Turn the dial to set the magnification rate of the
gain.
(Variable range: 0.03 to 7.97)
When line select is ON
Turn the dial to increment or decrement the
lines. The line select ON/OFF and the lines are
coupled in the WAVEFORM mode, VECTOR
mode and STATUS mode.
When the gain setting is fixed
Fix ×1 / ×5
No function.
When the gain setting is variable
Val ×*.**
The gain is an integral value after the decimal
places have been rounded down (with a figure
or 4 or below) or rounded up (with a figure of 5
or above). (All values below 0.49 are set to
0.03; similarly, all values above 7.00 are set to
7.00.)
If the gain magnification rate is an integer, it is
increased in 1.00 increments, and when 7.00 is
reached, it is returned to 1.00.
When line select is ON
Use the dial to select the field. (Field switching
is enabled only with the interlacing or
segmented frame format.)
Pressing the adjustment dial
F1 switch
GAIN Fix ×1 /
GAIN
×5 /
GAIN Val ×*.**
Use this switch to set line select to OFF and to switch between the fixed (Fix ×1 / ×5) and
variable (×*.**) gain setting.
In the Fix ×1 status, the loci between the pixels are interpolated for the display; in other
statuses, only the points are displayed.
F2 switch
LineSelect
Use this to set line select to ON or OFF. When line select is ON, the gain setting display
is fixed (Fix ×1).
F3 switch
Freezed Data
Use this to set the Freeze Data to ON or OFF. (This data cannot be set to OFF if Live
Data is set to OFF.)
F4 switch
Live Data
Use this to set the Live Data to ON or OFF. (This data cannot be set to OFF if Freeze
Data is set to OFF.)
F5 switch
No function.
[ Description of operations ] VECTOR mode setting screen
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to set the display to the regular screen.
Adjustment dial
No function.
F1 switch
No function.
F2 switch
V Anc (Vect)
V Anc (Vect)
ON /
OFF
F3 switch
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Use this to set V ancillary to ON or OFF.
This takes effect only when the VECTOR mode is established.
No function.
F4 switch
Scale 100%
/
Use this to switch the scale between 100% and 75%.
F5 switch
Filter (Vect)
Filter (Vect)
Filter (Vect)
NON /
LPF /
Average
Scale 75%
Use this to set to filter (Wave) or no filter and set the type of filter.
This takes effect only when the VECTOR mode is established.
LPF frequency characteristics Y: 6 MHz (-3 dB), PbPr: 3 MHz (-3 dB)
"Average" is the average of the data of the 8 pixels immediately before and after.
Chapter 3 OPERATION
3.4.11.4
Compare mode 3
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
In this mode, the waveforms of the images for the freeze data and current input data are displayed
simultaneously side by side at the left and right. The settings are as shown below.
Setting item
What happens on multi mode 2 screen
Scale color
As set
Cursor
As set
Line select
Invalid
[ WAVEFORM mode ]
Setting item
What happens on multi mode 2 screen
Parade display/overlay display
Value selected by switch
Y/G ON or OFF
Value selected by switch
Pb (Cb) / B ON or OFF
Value selected by switch
Pr (Cr) / R ON or OFF
Value selected by switch
SWEEP
Fixed at 1H
GAIN
Fixed at 100%
MAG
×1
Vertical (gain) scroll
Fixed at initial value
Horizontal scroll
Fixed at initial value
Waveform YPbPr/GBR/RGB
Value selected by switch
V Anc (Wave) ON or OFF
As set
H Blank ON or OFF
As set
Scale %/V
As set
Filter
As set
Waveform color, brightness
As set
MONO
As set
MARKER
As set
[ Description of operations ]
Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
No function.
F1 switch
Parade / Overlay
Use this to switch between parade display (side-by-side display) and overlay display
(superimposed display).
F2 switch
Y
Use this to set Y/G to ON or OFF.
F3 switch
Pb (Cb)
Use this to set Pb/B to ON or OFF.
F4 switch
Pr (Cr)
Use this to set Pr/R to ON or OFF.
F5 switch
Waveform
Waveform
Waveform
Use this to switch the waveform display between YPbPr, GBR and RGB.
YPbPr /
GBR /
RGB
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3.4.11.5
Compare mode 4
〈〈 Functions 〉〉
In this mode, the freeze data and current input data are displayed simultaneously. The images are displayed
simultaneously side by side at the left and right.
One of the Y/Pb/Pr (or G/B/R) waveforms is selected, superimposed and displayed.
The settings are as shown below.
Setting item
What happens on multi mode 2 screen
Scale color
As set
Cursor
Not displayed
Line select
Invalid
[ WAVEFORM mode ]
Setting item
What happens on multi mode 2 screen
SWEEP
Fixed at 1H
GAIN
Fixed at 100%
MAG
Fixed at initial value
Vertical (gain) scroll
Fixed at initial value
Horizontal scroll
Fixed at initial value
Waveform YPbPr/GBR/RGB
Value selected by switch
V Anc (Wave) ON or OFF
As set
H Blank ON or OFF
As set
Scale %/V
As set
Filter
As set
Waveform color, brightness
As set
MONO
As set
MARKER
As set
[ Description of operations ]
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Switch
Description of function
FUNC switch
Use this to set the display to the multi mode 1 screen.
(Refer to section 3.4.5.1.)
F1 switch
Color CH
Use this to select one of the Y/Pb/Pr (or G/B/R) waveforms to be superimposed and
displayed.
F2 switch
LineSelect
Use this to set line select to ON or OFF. When line select is ON, the gain setting display
is fixed (Fix ×1).
F3 switch
Freezed Data
Use this to set the Freeze Data to ON or OFF.
(This data cannot be set to OFF if Live Data is set to OFF.)
F4 switch
Live Data
Use this to set the Live Data to ON or OFF.
(This data cannot be set to OFF if Freeze Data is set to OFF.)
F5 switch
Waveform YPbPr /
Waveform GBR /
Waveform RGB
Use this to switch the waveform display between YPbPr, GBR and RGB.
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MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
4.1
Input formats
Frame
Rate
(Hz)
Active
Line
per
Frame
Total
Line
Per
Frame
Line
Frequency
(kHz)
Samples per
Active Line
Samples per
Total Line
Scanning
*1
*2
1035i/59.94
30/1.001
1035
1125
33.72
1920
2200
i
(1)
1035i/60
30
1035
1125
33.75
1920
2200
i
1080i/59.94
1080sF/29.97
30/1.001
1080
1125
33.72
1920
2200
i
sF
1080i/60
1080sF/30
30
1080
1125
33.75
1920
2200
i
sF
(1)
(2)
(1)
(2)
1080p/29.97
30/1.001
1080
1125
33.72
1920
2200
p
(2)
1080p/30
30
1080
1125
33.75
1920
2200
p
1080sF/25
(1080i/50)
1080sF/25
1080i/50
25
1080
1125
28.13
1920
2640
sF
i
(2)
1080p/25
1080p/25
25
1080
1125
28.13
1920
2640
p
(2)
1080sF/24
1080sF/23.98
24/1.001
1080
1125
26.97
1920
2750
sF
(2)
Format
1035i/60
1080i/60
1080p/30
1080sF/24
24
1080
1125
27.00
1920
2750
sF
1080p/23.98
24/1.001
1080
1125
26.97
1920
2750
p
1080p/24
24
1080
1125
27.00
1920
2750
p
720p/59.94
60/1.001
720
750
44.96
1280
1650
p
720p/60
60
720
750
45.00
1280
1650
p
720p/50
720p/50
50
720
750
36.00
1280
1980
p
(3)
720p/30
720p/29.97
30/1.001
720
750
22.48
1280
3300
p
(3)
720p/30
30
720
750
22.50
1280
3300
p
720p/25
720p/25
25
720
750
18.75
1280
3960
p
(3)
720p/24
720p/23.98
24/1.001
720
750
17.98
1280
4125
p
(3)
720p/24
24
720
750
18.00
1280
4125
p
525i/60
525i/59.94
60/1.001
487
525
15.73
720
858
i
(4)
625i/50
625i/50
50
576
625
15.63
720
864
i
(4)
1080p/24
720p/60
*1: Scanning abbreviations
I = Interlace
sF = Segmented Frame
p = Progressive
(2)
(3)
*2: Standards
(1) BTA S-001B, S-002B, S-004B complied with (2) SMPTE 274M complied with
(3) SMPTE 296M complied with (4) SMPTE 259M complied with, ITU-R.BT656
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4.2
Input signal systems
SDI input
specification
Specification
SDI input
HDTV
BTA S-004B complied with,SMPTE 292M complied with, NRZI SDI
signal
SDTV
SMPTE 259M complied with, NRZI SDI signal
Field (frame) frequency, 60.00/59.94 [Hz], etc. automatically tracked
Automatic tracking of input format enabled
Analog input
specification
Specification
HDTV YPbPr input
BTA S-001B complied with,SMPTE 274M complied with, SMPTE 296M
complied with,
Field frequency, 60.00/59.94 [Hz], etc. automatically tracked
Automatic scanning of input format enabled
Y on Sync or reference signal selected for synchronization
Video signals: 75Ω ±5% termination
Reference signal: 75Ω ±5% termination
(Signal measurement accuracy: Within ±5%, horizontal jitter: less than 10ns)
Composite input
specification
Specification
COMPOSITE input
NTSC
SMPTE170M complied with
PAL
ITU.R BT624-4 complied with in part
* PAL-M and PAL-N are not supported.
Automatic scanning of input format enabled
(Signal measurement accuracy: Within ±5%)
CAUTION
4.3
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When composite signals are input, the 3 lines each at the start and end of the video
signals will appear to be disturbed compared with the actual waveforms, and displayed.
Display system
Display system
Specification
Liquid crystal
a-Si TFT LCD
Colors displayed
16,194,277 colors
Contrast ratio
300:1 (Max)
Angle of view
105 degrees vertically, 120 degrees horizontally
Brightness
250 cd/m2 (max)
Screen size
6.3 inch
Resolution
1024 (H) × 768 (V) Pixels
Image area
HDTV
Pixel pitch
0.126 (W) × 0.126 (H) mm
960 (H) × 540 (V) Pixels
Chapter 4 MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
4.4
Headphones output format
Maximum output
50mW ± 5% (32Ω/1kHz)
Frequency response
100Hz to 20kHz (0dB to -3dB)
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4.5
Concerning the adjustment values
„
Brightness
The offset level of the luminance signal can be varied in the range of -50.00 to +50.00%. This
applies to the G brightness, B brightness and R brightness as well.
Display level
109
100
+50%
0%
50%
0
-7
„
0
100 109
Contrast
The level of the luminance signal can be varied in the range of 0.0 to 200.0%. This applies to the
G contrast, B contrast and R contrast as well.
Display level
109
100
200%
100%
50%
0
0%
-7
0
100 109
Input level
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Chapter 4 MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
„
Chroma, Pb (Cb), Pr (Cr)
The level of the chrominance signals can be varied in the range of 0.0 to 200.0%.
Display level
109
100
200%
100%
50%
-109 -100
0
0%
0
100 109
Input level
-100
-109
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„
Precautions for chroma boost function
The figure below shows the relationship between the Pb and Pr input signals and the display level
when the chroma boost function (×3) has been set to ON.
Bear in mind that if the result of multiplying the chroma signal value by 3 exceeds ±109%, a limit
will be imposed at ±109%.
Example: A 30% signal will be expanded to 90%, but when a 100% signal is multiplied by 3, it
will be increased to 109% only.
If Pb is a 30% signal and Pr a 100% signal, the result will be 90% for Pb and 109% for
Pr, causing the color balance to be changed entirely.
Display level
109
100
×3
100%
-109 -100
0
36
0
100 109
Input level
-100
-109
For GBR input signals, the chroma boost function works as a function for changing the B and R
gain.
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Chapter 4 MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
4.6
Concerning the 4:3 function
„
With a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels
An image with an area of 1440 × 1080 pixels near the center is cut out from the image area and
displayed with 1024 × 768 pixels.
The same processing as with 1920 × 1080 pixels is used with 1920 × 1035 pixels as well.
„
With a resolution of 1280 × 720 pixels
An image with an area of 960 × 720 pixels near the center is cut out from the image area and
displayed.
„
With a resolution of 720 × 487 and 720 × 576 pixels
With the 625i/50 format, the image area is enlarged and displayed; with the 525i/60 format, an
area of 720 × 480 pixels is enlarged to 1024 × 768 pixels and displayed.
Enlarged
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CAUTION
Explanation of displays
••• This indicates the image.
••• This indicates the liquid crystal screen.
••• This indicates an image displayed in the 4:3
format.
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Chapter 4 MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
4.7
Concerning the audio level meter
The audio level meter indicates the level as follows.
Audio standards: BTA S-006B and SMPTE 272M-A
-48
-42
-36
-30
-24
-20
-18
-12
or less
or less
or less
or less
or less
or less
or less
or less
-6
or less
0 (Unit: dB)
or less
ch**
CAUTION
The audio level meter is displayed only when SDI signals are selected. When
sync signals have been set as the external reference, the level meter may
malfunction although this rarely happens.
In the following cases, the audio data cannot be sampled by this monitor.
With the HD format:
ADF for the audio auxiliary data fails to come immediately after the CRC data.
With the SD format:
ADF for the audio auxiliary data fails to come immediately after EAV.
NOTE
The level is displayed in the left-most cell when audio signals with a level of
less than -48 dB are supplied. This makes it possible to visually identify
whether sound is input.
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4.8
Settings at initialization
The settings established when the WM-3014 was shipped from the factory and when they are
initialized are listed below.
Common setting items
The settings for the following items are the same whether for SDI A, SDI B, Analog or VBS channels.
These settings are factory default settings, and they are not initialized unless the settings of all the channels are
initialized.
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Setting item
Setting/adjustment range
Initial value
Input
SDI A, SDI B, Analog, VBS
SDI A
Display
ON/OFF
ON
Overlay
ON, OFF
OFF
Half Turn
ON, OFF
OFF
Freeze (*)
ON, OFF
OFF
Marker
ON/OFF
(Types of markers: FRAME, CENTER,
USER, 95%, 93%,
88%, 80%, 4:3, 13:9,
14:9, 2.35:1, 1.85:1,
1.66:1)
OFF
(Types of markers: FRAME,
CENTER)
NTSC Setup
NON, 7.5IRE
7.5IRE
User Marker H/V
0 to 99%
50%
Color temperature
D65, D93
D65
G-Bright
-50.0 to +50.0%
0.0%
B-Bright
-50.0 to +50.0%
0.0%
R-Bright
-50.0 to +50.0%
0.0%
G-Contrast
0.0 to 200.0%
100.0%
B-Contrast
0.0 to 200.0%
100.0%
R-Contrast
0.0 to 200.0%
100.0%
G-Gamma
1.100 to 4.400
2.200
B-Gamma
1.100 to 4.400
2.200
R-Gamma
1.100 to 4.400
2.200
H Delay (*)
ON, OFF
OFF
V Delay (*)
ON, OFF
OFF
MAG
×1, 4:3, ×2 (16:9), ×4
×1
Parade / Overlay
Parade, Overlay
Parade
Y
ON, OFF
ON
Pb (Cb)
ON, OFF
ON
Pr (Cr)
ON, OFF
ON
LineSelect
ON, OFF
OFF
Chapter 4 MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
Setting item
Setting/adjustment range
Initial value
SWEEP
1H, 2H, 1F, 2F
1H
GAIN (WAVEFORM mode)
×0.03 to ×7.97
×1
CTR Pos. C
Aligned, Center
Aligned
H cursor
ON, OFF
OFF
V cursor
ON, OFF
OFF
MOVE
BASE, OFFSET, TRACK
BASE
Waveform
YPbPr. GBR
YPbPr
V Anc (Wave)
ON, OFF
OFF
H Blank
ON, OFF
OFF
Scale (unit)
%, V, Non
%
Filter (Wave)
NON, LPF, Average
LPF
GAIN (VECTOR mode)
×0.03 to ×7.97
Fix ×1
V Anc (Vect)
ON, OFF
OFF
Scale (display)
100%, 75%
100%
Filter (Vect)
NON, LPF, Average
LPF
Cardinal numbers
HEX, DEC, OCT, BIN
HEX
GAIN (AUDIO mode)
Fix ×1, ×2, ×4, ×8, ×16
Fix ×1
Animation
ON, OFF
ON
Power Save Mode
1, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, NON
NON
* These settings are not stored in the memory. They are always OFF when the power is turned on.
Setting items by channel
The following items are set separately for each SDI A, SDI B, analog channel and composite channel.
Setting item
Setting/adjustment range
Initial value
Bright
-50.0 to +50.0%
0.00%
Contrast
0.0 to 200.0%
100.0%
Pb (Cb)
0.0 to 200.0%
100.0%
Pr (Cr)
0.0 to 200.0%
100.0%
Chroma_UP
ON, OFF
OFF
Y Gamma
1.100 to 4.400
2.200
Peaking
OFF, 1 to 100
OFF
Filter
ON, OFF
ON
Mono
ON, OFF
OFF
Green
ON, OFF
ON
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Setting item
Setting/adjustment range
Initial value
Blue
ON, OFF
ON
Red
ON, OFF
ON
Volume
0 to 255
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Output
1CH to 16CH
L:1CHxR:2CH
Format
SDI
All 15 types
AUTO
Analog
All 13 types
AUTO
COMPOSITE
All 2 types
AUTO
SDI
Int, Ref HD, Ref BB (525),
Ref BB (625)
Int
Analog
Int, Ref HD
Int
COMPOSITE
Int, Ref HD, Ref BB (525),
Ref BB (625)
Int
Reference
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Color Space
YPbPr, GBR
YPbPr
Information Color
G: 0 to 3
B: 0 to 3
R: All 63 colors (no black) from 0 to 3
White3
(G: 2, B: 2, R: 2)
Marker Color
G: 0 to 3
B: 0 to 3
R: All 64 colors from 0 to 3
White3
(G: 3, B: 3, R: 3)
Scale Color
G: 0 to 3
B: 0 to 3
R: All 63 colors (no black) from 0 to 3
White1
(G: 1, B: 1, R: 1)
Waveform Color
Color1 to 31
White: All 62 colors from 1 to 31
Color15
Cursor Color
G: 0 to 3
B: 0 to 3
R: All 63 colors (no black) from 0 to 3
Yellow2
(G: 2, B: 0, R: 2)
Vector Color
Blue: 1 to 32, Red: 1 to 32
Green: 1 to 32, White: 1 to 32
Color: All 160 colors from 1 to 32
Green16
Audio Meter
G: 0 to 3
B: 0 to 3
R: All 63 colors (no black) from 0 to 3
White3
(G: 2, B: 2, R: 2)
Audio Vector
Blue: 1 to 32
Red: 1 to 32
Green: 1 to 32
White: All 160 colors from 1 to 32
Green32
Chapter 4 MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
4.9
General specifications
Table 4.1
Operating environment and ratings for WM-3014 (main unit)
Operating temperature range
0 to 40 °C
Operating humidity range
30 to 80%RH (ambient temperature must be in the 0 to 40 °C range
and no condensation must be allowed to form)
Rated voltage
DC10-18V
Power consumption
20W (typ)
Service life
35,000 hours (with LCD backlight brightness reduced to one-half)
Dimensions
210 (W) × 133 (H) × 83 (D) mm (excluding protrusions)
210 (W) × 133 (H) × 105 (D) mm (including protrusions)
Weight
Approx. 1.5 kg
Table 4.2
Operating environment and ratings for accessory AC/DC adapter
Rated output voltage
12V ± 5%
Rated output current
5.0A
Maximum output power
60W
Input voltage
Rating: 100-240V (AC)
Output plug polarities
Pin 1
GND
Pin 2
NC
Pin 3
NC
Pin 4
POWER
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4.10 Outline drawings
A
2-1/4-20UNC Both Sides
(Max 7mm)
105
SDI IN CH A
Y IN
SDI IN CH B
P IN
MONITOR OUT
P IN
105
TALLY
REF IN
DC IN 12V
1 GND 4 +12V
MODEL ;
SER.No ;
MADE IN JAPAN
4-M4 Screw Both Sides
( Max 6mm)
38
INPUT
F1
DISPLAY
PRESET
MENU
PICTURE
1
F2
2
A
3
OVERLAY
MULTI
F3
AUDIO
STATUS
VECTOR
WAVE
FREEZE
P4
F4
FUNC
OPE LOCK
P5
F5
OFF
ON
WM-3014
POWER
HD LCD
WAVEFORM MONITOR
23.5
210
78
83
5
5.1
STANDARD AND OPTIONAL
ACCESSORIES
Standard accessories
WM-3014 instruction manual
1 copy
AC/DC adapter
1 pc
M4 screws (for attaching rack-mounting fixtures)
4 pcs
Clear bumpons
4 pcs
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MAINTENANCE
AND OTHER PROCEDURES
When the monitor does not operate properly
Symptom
What is to be checked
The image is not displayed properly.
z Has the correct format been set?
z Has
Color Space (YPbPr/GBR) been set correctly?
z Has the input channel been set correctly?
The front panel switches fail to operate.
z Is the LOCK switch at the ON position?
The remote controller fails to operate.
Check the method used to operate the remote controller. Have
the correct level, edge, etc. been selected?
When the LOCK switch is set to ON, the
markers and other settings change.
z Check the method used to operate the remote controller.
z Check the settings 1 to 6 on the remote controllers.
(Refer to section 4.7.)
If the remote connector is unconnected, the monitor will judge
it to be open (remote switch at OFF).
When composite signals are input, the
waveforms and vectorscope waveforms
are disturbed.
z Check the input signals.
Due to restrictions imposed by the internal circuitry, the 3
lines each at the start and end of the video signals will appear
to be more disturbed than the actual waveforms when
composite signals are input.
Something is wrong with the image quality.
z Hold down the MONO switch to set to the LCD screen
adjustment status, and check whether something is wrong
with the settings.
When trouble or malfunctioning occurs
„
In the unlikely event that trouble or malfunctioning should occur, contact your
dealer or an Astrodesign sales representative.
„
If trouble should occur in the LCD panel, the user will be charged for repairs and
parts replaced even within the warranty period.
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Instruction Manual
NOTICE
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permission.
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due to improvements.
● The manufacturer will not be liable for any outcome which results from
the incorrect operation of the product.
● All inquiries concerning this product should be addressed to your dealer
or to the manufacturer at the contact numbers given below.
● The products and product names mentioned in this manual are the
trademarks and registered trademarks of the companies concerned.
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