Panasonic BT-LH1760 User guide

Panasonic BT-LH1760 User guide
Panasonic Broadcast
BT-LH1760P
Menu Information
How to Use the On Screen Menu
The screen displays eight types of information: input signal status, picture adjusting knob status, sharpness display,
FUNCTION display, audio level meter display, menu display, time code display and closed caption display.
Input signal status
1. The selected input line (J page 9, )
• VIDEO, SDI1, SDI2,
YPBPR/RGB-VIDEO/RGB-COMP.
DVI-VIDEO/DVI-COMP.
2. Signal format
• Use “STATUS DISPLAY” in the “SYSTEM CONFIG”
menu to set the display status (J page 22).
• “UNSUPPORT SIGNAL” appears if an unsupported
signal is input. It may also indicate that the format
selected in the “INPUT SELECT” menu does not
match the input signal.
• “NO SIGNAL” appears if no signal is input.
3. Various indications (PIXEL TO PIXEL mode)
• This indicates the PIXEL TO PIXEL mode is
engaged.
4. Various indications (FILM mode)
• This indicates that “GAMMA SELECT” is set to
“FILM.”
5. Various indications (lock status)
• This indicates that the control lock is on.
Note:
“UNSUPPORT SIGNAL” and “NO SIGNAL” may not be
properly displayed.
Picture adjusting knob status
Picture adjusting knob (J page 9, )
• Press or turn this knob to make adjustments.
• The status display appears when the knob is
pressed. To clear the display, press the knob again
or leave it idle for 10 seconds.
• Only adjustments that appear on the screen can be
adjusted.
• The display always appears in the same screen
location.
Display status:
PHASE, CHROMA, BRIGHT, CONTRAST or BACKLIGHT.
Note:
The status of the volume knob does not appear on the
screen.
Sharpness display
• This is the SHARPNESS H/V mode display.
• It disappears after 2 minutes of inaction.
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How to Use the On Screen Menu (continued)
FUNCTION display
• Use the menu to open and set up functions.
• When “FUNCTION DISPLAY” (J page 23) is set to
ON, press any of the “FUNCTION1” to
“FUNCTION5” buttons to display the functions
assigned to the FUNCTION buttons.
• This display disappears after 2 seconds of inaction.
• “XXXXX” indicates operating status (J page 25,
“Functions displayed during FUNCTION button
operation”).
F1:MARKER
F2:WFM/VECTOR
F3:PIXEL TO PIXEL
F4:TIME CODE
F5:LEVEL METER
XXXXX
Audio level meter display
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
Channel Level
display display
• A white skeleton bar meter indicates the audio level
for SDI signals.
• You can switch the level display on/off and set the
number of displayed channels using the menu.
• The 0 dB line and channel display can be switched
on/off from the menu.
0 dB line
Menu display
[MAIN MENU]
• This is the menu display.
• It disappears after 2 minutes of inaction.
• You can change position of the display (J page 22,
“MENU POSITION”).
Displays instructions on menu
button operations.
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How to Use the On Screen Menu (continued)
Time code (TC) display
• Use the menu to display the time code for HD-SDI
signal input. It also allows you to switch display mode
(VITC, LTC, VUB, LUB).
In VITC and LTC display mode:
• Displays the time code in hours: minutes: seconds:
or frames.
• In drop-frame mode, a different delimiter between
seconds and frames is used.
Note:
Read errors are displayed as “--:--:--:--”
( : ) NDF
( . ) DF
In VUB and LUB display modes:
• BG8, BG7, BG6, BG5, BG4, BG3, BG2, BG1 appear
in the stated order. BG: binary group
• The (:) delimiter does not appear.
Note:
Read errors are displayed as “--:--:--:--”
Closed caption (CC) display
• Use the menu to display closed caption for VIDEO
(NTSC) signals. It also allows you to select display
mode (CC1 to CC4).
Note:
Closed captions are not available during HV DELAY.
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How to Use the On Screen Menu (continued)
Menu operations
1. Press [MENU] to display the MAIN menu.
2. Press [ ,
[ENTER].
3. Press [ ,
] to select a sub menu and Press
[ENTER].
The settings in the sub menu change to green.
] to select a menu and press
[MAIN MENU]
4. Press [ ,
] to select a setting, then press
[ENTER].
To cancel, press [MENU].
To return to the previous screen
Push [MENU].
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User Data
You can save and load up to five combinations of menu settings and adjustments made with the picture adjustment
knob as user data. You can also return settings and adjustments to their factory defaults.
User data include the following settings.
• Menu settings except “SETUP LOAD/SAVE” (including button function settings on the monitor front panel)
• Screen adjustments made with the picture adjusting knob
Saving user data
Loading user data
1. Press [MENU] to display the MAIN menu.
2. Press [ ,
] to select the “SYSTEM CONFIG”
menu and press [ENTER].
3. Press [ ,
] to select the “SETUP SAVE” sub
menu and press [ENTER].
The setting in the sub menu changes to green.
1. Press [MENU] to display the MAIN menu.
2. Press [ ,
] to select the “SYSTEM CONFIG”
menu and press [ENTER].
3. Press [ ,
] to select the “SETUP LOAD” sub
menu and press [ENTER].
The setting in the sub menu changes to green.
Changes to green
4. Press [ ,
] to select a “USER1” to “USER5”
file to save the settings to and press [ENTER].
The following screen appears.
5. Select “YES” and press [ENTER].
This saves the user data.
To return to the previous screen
Push [MENU].
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Changes to green
4. Press [ ,
] to select a “USER1” to “USER5”
file to load and press [ENTER].
The following screen appears.
To return to the factory defaults, select “FACTORY.”
5. Select “YES” and press [ENTER].
This loads the user data.
Main Menu
Menu configuration
MAIN MENU
MARKER
MARKER
16:9
VIDEO CONFIG
SYSTEM CONFIG
GAMMA SELECT
FILM GAMMA
BACKLIGHT
COLOR TEMP.
SUB WINDOW
SHARPNESS MODE
MENU POSITION
SHARPNESS H
STATUS DISPLAY
SHARPNESS V
SETUP LOAD
I-P MODE
SETUP SAVE
MONO
CROSS HATCH
USER0-63
POWER ON SETUP
ANAMO
D93
COLOR SPACE
SD ASPECT
D65
POWER SAVE MODE
SCAN
D56
BLACK DATA INSERTION
FUNCTION
4:3
CONT./BACK.
FUNCTION1
BACK
CENTER
GPI PRESET1
GPI PRESET2
MARKER TYPE
VAR1
[WHITE BALANCE VAR1]*
VAR2
[WHITE BALANCE VAR2]*
VAR3
[WHITE BALANCE VAR3]*
FUNCTION2
FUNCTION3
FUNCTION4
FUNCTION5
FUNCTION DISPLAY
GPI CONTROL
GPI
INPUT SELECT
GPI1
GPI2
VIDEO
GPI3
NTSC SETUP
GPI4
YPBPR/RGB
GPI5
COMPONENT LEVEL
GPI6
SELECT SYNC
AUDIO
GPI7
COMP.
AUTOSETUP
DVI-D
H POSITION
INPUT SELECT
V POSITION
EMBEDDED SELECT L
PHASE
EMBEDDED SELECT R
CLOCK
LEVEL METER
WXGA/XGA
CH SELECT
RESET
GPI8
0 dB POINT
CH INFO.
DISPLAY SETUP
CONTROL
HOURMETER
WFM/VECTOR
COLOR TEMP.
POSITION
GAIN RED
VECTOR MODE
GAIN GREEN
CONTROL
VECTOR SCALE
LOCAL ENABLE
TIME CODE
OPERATION
LCD
*[WHITE BALANCE VAR1-3]
GAIN BLUE
BIAS RED
MODE SELECT
BIAS GREEN
CLOSED CAPTION
BIAS BLUE
MODE SELECT
RESET
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Main Menu (continued)
MARKER
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
MARKER
16:9*2*3
4:3*2*4
Setting
OFF*1
ON
OFF
4:3
13:9
14:9
CNSCO
VISTA
95%
93%
90%
88%
80%
OFF
95%
93%
90%
88%
80%
BACK*2
NORMAL
HALF
BLACK
CENTER*2
OFF
ON
GPI PRESET1*5
4:3
13:9
14:9
CNSCO
VISTA
95% (16:9)
93% (16:9)
90% (16:9)
88% (16:9)
80% (16:9)
95% (4:3)
93% (4:3)
90% (4:3)
88% (4:3)
80% (4:3)
GPI PRESET2*5
MARKER TYPE*6
TYPE1
TYPE2
CROSS HATCH
HIGH
LOW
OFF
Description
Enables the MARKER setting.
Selects and displays marker type for 16:9 aspect ratio.
<OFF>
No marker display
<4:3>
4:3 marker
<13:9>
13:9 marker
<14:9>
14:9 marker
<CNSCO> CNSCO marker
<VISTA> VISTA marker
<95%>
95% area marker
<90%>
90% area marker
<80%>
80% area marker
<93%>
93.1% area marker (TYPE1)
93% area marker (TYPE2)
<88%>
89.5% area marker (TYPE1)
88% area marker (TYPE2)
Selects and displays marker type for 4:3 aspect ratio.
<OFF>
No marker display
<95%>
95% area marker
<93%>
93% area marker
<90%>
90% area marker
<80%>
80% area marker
<88%>
89% area marker (TYPE1)
88% area marker (TYPE2)
Selects the background brightness around the marker.
<NORMAL> Normal background
<HALF>
50% background brightness
<BLACK>
0% background brightness (black)
Displays the center marker.
<OFF>
Turns the display off
<ON>
Turns the display on
GPI PRESET1: Selects the marker displayed by the GPI terminal
“MARKER1 ON/OFF” (J page 36) operation.
GPI PRESET2: Selects the marker displayed by the GPI terminal
“MARKER2 ON/OFF” (J page 36) operation.
<4:3>
4:3 marker
<13:9>
13:9 marker
<14:9>
14:9 marker
<CNSCO>
CNSCO marker
<VISTA>
VISTA marker
<95% (16:9)> 95% area marker for 16:9 aspect ratio
<93% (16:9)> 93% area marker for 16:9 aspect ratio
<90% (16:9)> 90% area marker for 16:9 aspect ratio
<88% (16:9)> 88% area marker for 16:9 aspect ratio
<80% (16:9)> 80% area marker for 16:9 aspect ratio
<95% (4:3)> 95% area marker for 4:3 aspect ratio
<93% (4:3)> 93% area marker for 4:3 aspect ratio
<90% (4:3)> 90% area marker for 4:3 aspect ratio
<88% (4:3)> 88% area marker for 4:3 aspect ratio
<80% (4:3)> 80% area marker for 4:3 aspect ratio
Selects conventional monitor or camera recorder marker size.
<TYPE1>
Conventional monitor marker size
<TYPE2>
Marker size compliant with the camera recorder (Panasonic)
Turns the cross hatch grid on and off and sets its density.
<HIGH>
70/256 (displays a dense cross hatch grid)
<LOW>
20/256 (displays a light cross hatch grid)
<OFF>
Turns the display off
*1 This setting is turned “ON” when receiving marker control in REMOTE operation. (GPI, if set, has priority.)
*2 These settings are disabled when the GPI function (J page 36) is used to control the marker setting.
They are also disabled in split screen mode.
*3 This setting is enabled only for HD and SD signal input in 16:9 aspect ratio mode.
*4 This setting is enabled for SD signal input in 4:3 aspect ratio mode.
*5 Remote control via RS-232C ends in error (error response: ER001) when “GPI PRESET1” or “GPI PRESET2”
is selected with the GPI function.
*6 Display size for SD signals differ.
TYPE1: The effective horizontal area meets the SMPTE125M for NTSC and ITU-R BT 601-5 for PAL.
TYPE2: The effective horizontal area meets the EIA-RS170 for NTSC and ITU-R BT 470-4 for PAL.
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Main Menu (continued)
Marker types
■ 16:9 marker
(Displayed for HD input and SD input in 16:9 ratio
mode.)
This marker is only displayed as a vertical bar. The
section becomes the “MARKER BACK”.
4:3 marker
■ 4:3 marker
(Displayed for SD input in 4:3 aspect ratio mode)
This marker is displayed as a dotted line.
95% Area marker
93% Area marker
90% Area marker
88% Area marker
13:9 marker
14:9 marker
VISTA marker, CNSCO marker
This marker is displayed as a horizontal dotted line.
80% Area marker
(Displayed for HD input and SD input in 16:9 ratio mode.)
This marker is displayed as a dotted line.
VISTA marker
CNSCO marker
The marker is displayed as a vertical dotted line
when “UNDER” is selected under “SCAN” in the
“VIDEO CONFIG” menu.
95% Area marker
93% Area marker
TYPE1 Vertical 89%,
horizontal 88%
TYPE2 Vertical/Horizontal 88%
VISTA marker
CNSCO marker
90% Area marker
88% Area marker
Area marker
This marker is displayed as a dotted line.
TYPE1 Vertical 93.1%,
horizontal 93%
TYPE2 Vertical/Horizontal 93%
95% Area marker
93% Area marker
TYPE1 Vertical 89.5%,
horizontal 88%
TYPE2 Vertical/Horizontal 88%
90% Area marker
88% Area marker
80% Area marker
* You can display the 4:3 marker and the 16:9 marker simultaneously.
Simultaneous display example
The
section becomes the “MARKER BACK”. It controls
the background of the marker selected with a 16:9 ratio.
16:9 marker:
95% area marker
4:3 marker
4:3 marker:
16:9 marker
80% area marker
■ Center marker
Center marker
This marker is displayed
at the center of the
screen.
80% Area marker
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Main Menu (continued)
VIDEO CONFIG
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
GAMMA
SELECT*1*2
STANDARD
FILM
STDIO/PST
Selects gamma curve.
<STANDARD> Standard mode
<FILM> Film mode
<STDIO/PST> Color emphasis mode (a mode that approximates CRT
display capability suitable for studio or postproduction
application)
The
mark appears at the top left of the screen when “FILM”
is selected.
FILM GAMMA*2
VARICAM
OTHER
Selects type of FILM gamma mode.
<VARICAM> For VARICAM use
<OTHER> Other
COLOR TEMP.
USER0 - 63*5
D93
D65
D56
VAR1
VAR2
VAR3
Selects color temperature.
<USER 0 - 63> Adjustable settings 0 - 63 (equivalent to a color
temperature range of 3,000 - 9,300K)
<D93> Equivalent to a color temperature of 9,300K
<D65> Equivalent to a color temperature of 6,500K
<D56> Equivalent to a color temperature of 5,600K
<VAR1> WB adjustment mode*4
<VAR2> WB adjustment mode*4
*4
<VAR3> WB adjustment mode
SHARPNESS
MODE*2
HIGH*3
LOW
Selects the width of outline correction edge.
<HIGH> Thin edge
<LOW> Wide edge
SHARPNESS H*2
0 - 30*3
Sets horizontal outline correction. The item display moves to the lower
part of the screen during adjustment.
SHARPNESS V*2
0 - 30*3
Sets vertical outline correction. The item display moves to the lower part of
the screen during adjustment.
I-P MODE*2*6
MODE2
MODE1
Selects IP conversion mode. (J page 21, “IP mode”)
<MODE2> Inter-field interpolation
<MODE1> Inter-frame interpolation
MONO*2
OFF
ON
Switches between color and monochrome (MONO).
<OFF> Color
<ON> Monochrome
* When ON, the CHROMA setting of the picture adjusting knob is fixed at 0.
ANAMO*2*7
OFF
ON
With an Anamo lens and SDI 720/60P, 59.94P input, the picture is
resized to Anamo magnification (the vertically enlarged signal can be
vertically compressed and corrected for display).
SD ASPECT*2
4:3
16:9
Sets the aspect ratio for SD signal input.
<4:3> 4:3 display
<16:9> 16:9 display
SCAN*2
NORMAL
UNDER
Sets under-scan and normal display.
<NORMAL> Normal display
<UNDER> Under-scan
*1 In split-screen display, changes are not reflected to the still image in the main window.
*2 These functions are not available when “RGB-COMP.” under “YPBPR/RGB” or “DVI-COMP.” under “DVI-D” is
selected in the “INPUT SELECT” menu (J page 30).
*3 The following sharpness values are available and the settings for the selected input signal is displayed.
Adjustment status during selection appears at the bottom right of the screen.
1) VIDEO system input (VIDEO) (the factory defaults are SHARPNESS MODE: LOW and SHARPNESS H/V: 0)
2) HD for any other input (the factory defaults are SHARPNESS MODE: HIGH and SHARPNESS H/V: 0).
3) SD for any other input (the factory defaults are SHARPNESS MODE: LOW and SHARPNESS H/V: 0).
*4 Selecting “VAR1”, “VAR2” and “VAR3” engages the WB adjustment mode (J page 21).
*5 To select USER0 - 63,
1) Press [ENTER] (“USER” changes to blue).
2) Use [ , ] to select 0 - 63 and press [ENTER].
*6 To use the “SUB WINDOW” (J page 25) function,
1) Change settings after exiting the “SUB WINDOW” function.
2) It is recommended to use “MODE2” for handling fast video.
*7 “SCAN” changes are not reflected in Anamo size display.
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Main Menu (continued)
IP mode
“MODE1” performs IP conversion using inter-frame interpolation.
Conventional inter-frame interpolation involved 1-frame or greater delay, but this monitor suppresses the delay to
within 1 field.
The factory default is “MODE1”.
“MODE2” performs IP conversion using inter-field interpolation.
Since interpolation is performed inside each field, this mode is suitable for checking interlace status.
■ WB adjustment mode
Select “VAR1” to “VAR3” for “COLOR TEMP.” in the “VIDEO CONFIG” menu to make “WHITE BALANCE VAR1”
to “WHITE BALANCE VAR3” (WB) adjustments.
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
COLOR TEMP.*1
USER0 - 6
D93
D65
D56
Selects the color temperature that will become the basis
for adjustment.
<USER 0 - 63> Adjustable settings 0 - 63 (equivalent to a
color temperature range of 3,000 - 9,300K)
<D93>
Equivalent to a color temperature of 9,300K
<D65>
Equivalent to a color temperature of 6,500K
<D56>
Equivalent to a color temperature of 5,600K
GAIN RED
0 - 1023
(Factory defaults are color
temperature <D65>
values.)
* These are the
adjustments made before
shipment from the factory.
Adjusts the GAIN elements for RED.*2
GAIN GREEN
GAIN BLUE
BIAS RED
BIAS GREEN
-512 - 511
(Factory default: 0)
Adjusts the GAIN elements for GREEN.*2
Adjusts the GAIN elements for BLUE.*2
Adjusts the BIAS elements for RED.*2
Adjusts the BIAS elements for GREEN.*2
BIAS BLUE
Adjusts the BIAS elements for BLUE.*2
RESET
Resets “GAIN RED” - “BIAS BLUE” to color temperature
values selected under “COLOR TEMP.”
*1 Selecting “COLOR TEMP.” and pressing [ENTER] after making a change, opens a confirmation screen.
Selecting “YES” and pressing [ENTER] in this screen resets selected GAIN and BIAS values to the selected
color temperature values.
*2 The item display moves to the lower part of the screen during adjustment.
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Main Menu (continued)
SYSTEM CONFIG
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
CONT./BACK.
BACKLIGHT
CONTRAST
Selects function to be assigned to [CONTRAST/BACKLIGHT] (front panel
knob).
<BACKLIGHT> Adjusts the BACKLIGHT.
<CONTRAST> Adjusts the CONTRAST.
BACKLIGHT
0 - 60
Adjusts LCD backlight brightness. Adjust as required by ambient
conditions.
SUB WINDOW
FULL
PART
Selects sub-window type.
<FULL> Reduces the entire images for both input signals and places them
side by side.
<PART> Cuts out the center of the images for both input signals and places
them side by side (the images are shown at their original size).
MENU
POSITION
CENTER
LB
RB
RT
LT
Positions the on-screen menu.
<CENTER> Center of the screen
<LB> Left Bottom
<RB> Right Bottom
<RT> Right Top
<LT> Left Top
STATUS
DISPLAY
CONTINUE
3SEC OFF
OFF
Sets display state for input signal status (on-screen menu).
<CONTINUE> Displayed at all times
<3SEC OFF> Displayed for 3 seconds after a status change.
<OFF> Not displayed.
SETUP LOAD
USER5*1*2
USER4*1*2
USER3*1*2
USER2*1*2
USER1*1*2
FACTORY
Loads saved factory defaults (FACTORY) or user data (USER1 - USER5).
After loading user data, the screen displays the signal selected before
user data was loaded.
SETUP SAVE
USER5*2
USER4*2
USER3*2
USER2*2
USER1*2
Up to 5 sets of user data can be saved (J page 16).
They save menu settings and adjustments made with the picture adjusting
knob (PHASE/CHROMA/BRIGHT/CONTRAST/BACKLIGHT) except
“SETUP SAVE/SETUP LOAD.”
POWER ON
SETUP
USER5
USER4
USER3
USER2
USER1
FACTORY
LAST
Selects the settings used when the power is turned on.
<LAST> Starts in the mode used when the power was last turned off.
<FACTORY> Starts up using the factory defaults.
<USER1 - 5> Starts up using USER registered settings.
COLOR SPACE
SMPTE-C*5
EBU*5
ITU-709*4
Sets the studio standard color shade.
POWER SAVE
MODE
OFF
ON
Sets the power save mode
<ON> The backlight dims when no signal (NO SIGNAL) is input for 60
seconds or longer. Signal input or menu operation will return the
backlight to its normal brightness.
BLACK DATA
INSERTION
OFF
ON
Doubles the speed of the LCD panel.*3
<ON> Double speed (120 Hz/100 Hz)
<OFF> Standard speed (60 Hz/50 Hz)
*1 When the monitor is shipped, settings for “USER1” - “USER5” are identical to “FACTORY.”
*2 “H-POSITION”, “V-POSITION”, “PHASE” and “CLOCK” (J page 31) cannot be saved or loaded.
*3 Double speed reduces image lag caused by black signal input but lowers resolution compared to standard
speed and some images may generate flicker. Return to standard speed should flicker become noticeable.
*4 ITU-709 is an ITU-R BT.709 standard.
*5 Factory preset settings are The U.S.A. and Canada: SMPTE-C, Others: EBU.
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FUNCTION
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
FUNCTION 1 FUNCTION 5
Settings
HV DELAY
AUTOSETUP
BLUE ONLY
GAMMA SELECT
SD ASPECT
SCAN
SUB WINDOW
WFM/VECTOR
MARKER
PIXEL TO PIXEL
PIXEL POSITION
LEVEL METER
CROSS HATCH
MONO
TIME CODE
CLOSED
CAPTION
UNDEF
(Factory default:
FUNCTION1:
MARKER
FUNCTION2:
WFM/VECTOR
FUNCTION3:
PIXEL TO PIXEL
FUNCTION4:
TIME CODE
FUNCTION5:
LEVEL METER)
FUNCTION
DISPLAY
OFF
ON1
ON2
Description
Selects functions to be assigned to [FUNCTION1] - [FUNCTION5]
(front panel buttons).
<HV DELAY>
Displays synchronizing signals (horizontal, vertical).
The display changes in the following order.
DELAY OFF J V DELAY J H DELAY J HV DELAY J DELAY OFF
<AUTOSETUP>
Performs auto setup for PC display.
<BLUE ONLY>
Cuts the red and green signals. Use this function to check phase and
chroma. This button toggles between ON and OFF.
<GAMMA SELECT>*1
Displays the gamma curve.
The display changes in the following order.
GAMMA STANDARD J GAMMA FILM J GAMMA STDIO/PST J
GAMMA STANDARD
<SD ASPECT>
Switches between “16:9” and “4:3.”*1
<SCAN>
Switches between “UNDER SCAN” and “NORMAL SCAN”.*1
<SUB WINDOW>
Sets the split-screen function.*1
The display changes in the following order.
SINGLE J FULL/PART J STILL J SINGLE
<WFM/VECTOR>
Displays waveform or vector display.
<MARKER>
Turns the marker on and off.
<PIXEL TO PIXEL>
Turns the PIXEL TO PIXEL function On and Off.
<PIXEL POSITION>
Positions the display of signals in PIXEL TO PIXEL mode.
<LEVEL METER>
Turns the LEVEL METER display On and Off.
<TIME CODE>
Turns the time code display on and off.
<MONO>
Switches between color and monochrome.
<CLOSED CAPTION>
Turns the closed caption display on and off.
<UNDEF>
Undefined
Selects display of functions assigned to [FUNCTION1] [FUNCTION5] (front panel buttons). It also selects button action (1touch, 2-touch, off).
<ON1>
1-touch action to display and perform functions.
<ON2>
2-touch action to display and perform functions.
<OFF>
No function display.
*1 Changes in settings change menu settings.
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■ FUNCTION setting restrictions
Settings are not available under the following conditions.
Setting
Conditions that disable operation
HV DELAY
During SUB WINDOW, WFM, PIXEL TO PIXEL mode operation, “INVALID FUNCTION”
appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
When “RGB-COMP.” is selected under “YPBPR/RGB” or “DVI-COMP.” is selected under
“DVI-D” in the “INPUT SELECT” menu, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that
operation is disabled.
AUTO SETUP
When something other than “RGB-COMP.” is selected under “YPBPR/RGB” in the “INPUT
SELECT” menu, “NOT RGB-COMP. CH” appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
When “RGB-COMP.” is selected under “YPBPR/RGB” in the “INPUT SELECT” menu and
no signal is input, “INCOMPLETE” appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
GAMMA SELECT
When GPI is set, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
When “RGB-COMP.” is selected under “YPBPR/RGB” or “DVI-COMP.” is selected under
“DVI-D” in the “INPUT SELECT” menu, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that
operation is disabled.
SD ASPECT
When GPI is set, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
During SUB WINDOW (still image) and HD display (including PIXEL TO PIXEL), “INVALID
FUNCTION” appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
SCAN
When GPI is set, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
During SUB WINDOW and PIXEL TO PIXEL mode operation, “INVALID FUNCTION”
appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
SUB WINDOW
When “RGB-COMP.” is selected under “YPBPR/RGB” or “DVI-COMP.” is selected under
“DVI-D” in the “INPUT SELECT” menu, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that
operation is disabled.
If you select “RGB-COMP.” or “DVI-COMP.” while motion picture is displayed in subwindow, the screen returns to a single screen display. Selecting something other than
“RGB-COMP.” or “DVI-COMP.” opens the split screen mode and a still image is blacked
out.
WFM/VECTOR
During SUB WINDOW and PIXEL TO PIXEL mode operation, “INVALID FUNCTION”
appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
When “RGB-COMP.” or “RGB-VIDEO” is selected under “YPBPR/RGB”, or “DVI-COMP.” or
“DVI-VIDEO” is selected under “DVI-D” in the “INPUT SELECT” menu, “INVALID
FUNCTION” appears to indicate that WFM operation is disabled.
1080/23P, 24P, 25P, 29P or 30P input causes “INVALID FUNCTION” to appear indicating
that operation is disabled,
VECTOR does not appear when a selection other than “SDI” is made in the “INPUT
SELECT” menu.
MARKER
When “RGB-COMP.” is selected under “YPBPR/RGB” or “DVI-COMP.” is selected under
“DVI-D” in the “INPUT SELECT” menu, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that
operation is disabled.
When GPI is set during sub-window operation, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate
that operation is disabled.
PIXEL TO PIXEL
When “SD1” or “SD2” is selected in the “INPUT SELECT” menu during 1080I/P signal
input or “YPBPR” is selected in “YPBPR/RGB”, 1080I/P signal input is enabled. When other
settings are made, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that operation is disabled. In
SUB WINDOW mode, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that operation is
disabled.
LEVEL METER
When input is something other than SDI, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that
operation is disabled.
MONO
When GPI is set, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to indicate that operation is disabled.
TIMECODE
When input is something other than HD-SDI input, “INVALID FUNCTION” appears to
indicate that operation is disabled.
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Main Menu (continued)
■ Functions displayed during FUNCTION button operation
Pressing any of the [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] buttons displays the operations assigned to each button as
shown below.
• HV DELAY
DELAY OFF/V DELAY/H DELAY/HV DELAY
• AUTOSETUP
AUTOSETUP/COMPLETE/INCOMPLETE/NOT
RGB-COMP.CH
• BLUE ONLY
BLUE ONLY ON/BLUE ONLY OFF
• GAMMA SELECT
GAMMA STANDARD/GAMMA FILM/GAMMA
STDIO/PST
• SD ASPECT
4:3/16:9
• SCAN
NORMAL SCAN/UNDER SCAN
• SUB WINDOW
SINGLE/FULL/PART/STILL
• WFM/VECTOR
WFM ON/WFM/VECTOR OFF/VECTOR × 1/
VECTOR × 2/VECTOR × 4/VECTOR × 8
• MARKER
MARKER OFF/4:3 MARKER/13:9 MARKER/14:9
MARKER/VISTA MARKER/CNSCO MARKER/95%
MARKER/93% MARKER/90% MARKER/88%
MARKER/80% MARKER/MARKER ON
• PIXEL TO PIXEL
• PIXEL POSITION
CENTER/LEFT TOP/LEFT BOTTOM/RIGHT TOP/
RIGHT BOTTOM/PIXEL TO PIXEL OFF
• AUDIO LEVEL METER
METER OFF/METER 2CH/METER 4CH/METER
8CH
• CROSS HATCH
CROSS HATCH HIGH/CROSS HATCH LOW/
CROSS HATCH OFF
• MONO
MONO ON/MONO OFF
• TIME CODE
LTC/VITC/LUB/VUB/TC OFF
• CLOSED CAPTION
CC1/CC2/CC3/CC4/CC OFF
■ “HV DELAY”
This displays the blanking period. Each press of the button changes the display as follows: H blanking display J
V blanking display J H and V blanking display J no blanking display.
■ “SUB WINDOW”
Opening the “SUB WINDOW” function splits the screen (main window) in two as shown below to enable
comparison of a recorded still image with live video.
Use the “SUB WINDOW” setting (FULL, PART) in the “SYSTEM CONFIG” menu (J page 22) to set up the
function as shown below.
Press the button ([FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] (J page 23)) to which the “SUB WINDOW” function has been
assigned to turn the function on and off. (This assumes that the “SUB WINDOW” function has been assigned to
any of the [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] buttons.)
To setup “IP MODE” (J page 20), exit the “SUB WINDOW” function first.
• FULL
Resizes the main window to also display a second window (two sub-windows).
Press the FUNCTION button to which the SUB WINDOW function has been assigned.
Normal window
(main window)
Before image input
(two sub-windows)
Press the
button again
Press the
button again
Video
After image input
(two sub-windows)
Video
Video
Still image
Video
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Main Menu (continued)
• PART
Resizes the main window to show only its center to also display a second image (two sub-windows).
Press the FUNCTION button to which the SUB WINDOW function has been assigned.
Normal window
(main window)
Before image input
(two sub-windows)
Press the
button again
Press the
button again
Video
Video
Crops the image to show its
center part
After image input
(two sub-windows)
Video
Still image
Video
The cropped main window image
is placed side by side with a
second image
These examples show 16:9 aspect ratio images.
Note on FULL/PART selection
This function is designed to enable comparison of identical formats input to the same input terminal. Input of
different formats via different input channels may distort the sub-window (left side, still image) or blanking could
occur. However, input of an identical format signal to the input terminal during still image acquisition will display
correctly.
■ “WFM/VECTOR”
The “WFM/VECTOR” function enables display of the waveform and vector display. Use “DISPLAY SETUP” in the
main menu to select “WFM” and “VECTOR” display. (J page 33)
Press the button ([FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] (J page 23)) to which the “WFM/VECTOR” function has been
assigned to turn the function on and off. (This assumes that the “WFM/VECTOR” function has been assigned to
any of the [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] buttons.)
Press the FUNCTION button to which the WFM/VECTOR function has been assigned.
Normal screen
VECTOR display*1
WFM display
Press the
button again
Press the
button again
WFM (waveform display)
VECTOR
(vector display)
These examples show 16:9 aspect ratio images.
*1 Displayed only for SDI signal input.
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Main Menu (continued)
■ “PIXEL TO PIXEL” and “PIXEL POSITION”
The “PIXEL TO PIXEL” function allows you to check images at their actual pixel resolution (1080I/P signals only).
Press the button ([FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] (J page 23)) to which the “PIXEL TO PIXEL” function has
been assigned to turn the function on. Then press the button ([FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] (J page 23)) to
which the “PIXEL POSITION” function has been assigned to position the display of signals. (This assumes that
the “PIXEL TO PIXEL” and “PIXEL POSITION” functions have been assigned to any of the [FUNCTION1] to
[FUNCTION5] buttons.)
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
PIXEL TO PIXEL
Settings
*1*2
PIXEL POSITION
Description
OFF
ON
Tailors the image display size to the input signal size.
Compatible formats
1080/60I/59I/50I/60P/59P/50P/30P/29P/25P/24P/23P/24Psf/23Psf
CENTER
LEFT TOP
RIGHT TOP
RIGHT BOTTOM
LEFT BOTTOM
Positions the display of signals in PIXEL TO PIXEL mode.
<CENTER> Center of the screen
<LT>
Left Top
<RT>
Right Top
<RB>
Right Bottom
<LB>
Left Bottom
*1 The following settings are disabled in PIXEL TO PIXEL mode.
Setting “ANAMO” to “ON”, and setting “SCAN” to “UNDER” in “VIDEO CONFIG”
Any “HV DELAY” setting in “FUNCTION”
“MARKER” display
*2 Enabled during “SDI1”, “SDI2” and “YPBPR” input.
■ “PIXEL POSITION” display position sequence
PIXEL POSITION: ➀ J ➁ J ➂ J ➃ J ➄ J ➀ …….
➀ CENTER
➁ LEFT TOP
➃ RIGHT BOTTOM
➄ LEFT BOTTOM
➂ RIGHT TOP
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Main Menu (continued)
■ “CROSS HATCH”
The “CROSS HATCH” function enables display of markers at regular vertical and horizontal intervals to facilitate
composition and other tasks. The width of marker lines is 1 dot, the markers consist of 1 line, and are spaced 80
dots apart (fixed value).
Each press of the button (“FUNCTION1” to “FUNCTION5”) to which the “CROSS HATCH” has been assigned
turns the function on and off.
Each press of the FUNCTION button to which the “CROSS HATCH” function is assigned changes the
display as shown.
HD/SD (16:9) mode
1st press
2nd press
Light cross hatch
SD (4:3) mode
3rd press (back to original image without cross hatch)
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Dense cross hatch
Main Menu (continued)
GPI
“GPI CONTROL” is used to enable and disable GPI functions and assign functions to each of the GPI terminal pins
(J page 36).
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
GPI CONTROL
DISABLE
ENABLE
Enables and disables GPI functions
<DISABLE> Disabled
<ENABLE> Enabled
GPI1 - GPI8
UNDEF
MARKER1 ON/OFF
MARKER2 ON/OFF
MARKER BACK
HALF
MARKER BACK
BLACK
CENTER MARKER
INPUT SEL. VIDEO
INPUT SEL. SDI1
INPUT SEL. SDI2
INPUT SEL.
YPBPR/RGB
INPUT SEL. DVI-D
SD ASPECT
SCAN
R-TALLY
G-TALLY
MONO
GAMMA SEL. FILM
GAMMA SEL.
STDIO/PST
SELECT SYNC
PIXEL TO PIXEL
Assigns functions to the GPI control terminal pins.
The same items can be set to each terminal (J page
36).
Note:
This function is not available when,
• “SD ASPECT” operation when input signal is HD or PC
• “SCAN” operation when the input signal is PC
• “GAMMA SELECT” operation when the input signal is PC
• “SELECT SYNC” operation when anything other than “RGB-VIDEO” is selected under “YPBPR/RGB” in the
“INPUT SELECT” menu
• “MONO” operation when input signal is PC
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Main Menu (continued)
INPUT SELECT
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
VIDEO
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
Selects the video input format.*1
<AUTO> Automatically selects NTSC or PAL.
<NTSC> NTSC
<PAL> PAL
NTSC SETUP
75
00
Selects NTSC setup level.
<75>
Select this function when using 7.5% setup signals.
(Adjusts the interior of the monitor to the 7.5% setup
level to suit the black level)
<00>
Select this when there is no setup signal.
YPBPR/RGB
YPBPR
RGB-VIDEO
RGB-COMP.
Selects YPBPR (component) or RGB input mode.
<YPBPR>
Selects the YPBPR signal.
<RGB-VIDEO> Selects the video RGB signal.
<RGB-COMP.> Selects the PC RGB signal.
COMPONENT
LEVEL
SMPTE
B75
B00
Selects YPBPR (component) signal input level.
<SMPTE>
Signal level complies with SMPTE and PB and PR are
0.7 Vp-p at 100% chroma.
<B75>
Select this when connecting a Betacam or similar
device with a setup function. (Adjusts the interior of
the monitor to the 7.5% setup level to suit the black
level)
<B00>
Select this when connecting a Betacam or similar
device without a setup function.
SELECT SYNC
INT
EXT
Selects the sync signal when using YPBPR and RGB-VIDEO input.
<INT>
Select when the synchronizing signal is
superimposed on the G or Y signal.
<EXT>
Select to synchronize with an external synchronizing
signal.
Performs analog PC settings. (“COMP.” J page 31)
COMP.
DVI-D
DVI-VIDEO
DVI-COMP.
Selects DVI-D input mode.
<DVI-VIDEO> Selects component input.
<DVI-COMP.> Selects PC input.
*1 “AUTO” is the factory default, but select a specific format when there is risk that the input signal may be
contaminated by outside noise.
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Main Menu (continued)
■ COMP.
Selecting “RGB-COMP.” under “YPBPR/RGB” in the “INPUT SELECT” menu opens the following menu.
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
AUTOSETUP*1
Selecting “RGB-COMP.” under “YPBPR/RGB” in the “INPUT
SELECT” menu automatically adjusts the screen. A
separate screen opens. Select “YES” to perform
“AUTOSETUP.”
H POSITION
0 - 60
(Factory preset settings: 30)
Adjusts horizontal image display position.*2
V POSITION
0 - 60
(Factory preset settings: 30)
Adjusts vertical image display position.*2
PHASE
0 - 31
(Factory preset settings: 16
Adjusts the clock phase in 1/32 clock period increments.*2
CLOCK
700 - 1800
(Factory preset settings:*3)
Adjusts the sampling clock in dot units.*2
WXGA/XGA
XGA
WXGA
Switches between WXGA and XGA.
RESET
Returns “H POSITION”, “V POSITION”, “PHASE” and
“CLOCK” settings in the COMP. input compliant format to
their factory defaults.
*1 “EXECUTING” is displayed during “AUTOSETUP” and “COMPLETE” appears when setup completes.
“INCOMPLETE” is displayed if setup could not be completed.
AUTOSETUP may not provide adequate adjustment for some video input. Use H POSITION, V POSITION,
PHASE and CLOCK to adjust.
*2 Each input format can be adjusted but not when user data is loaded (“SETUP LOAD” J page 22) or saved
(“SETUP SAVE” J page 22).
*3 “CLOCK” factory default
FORMAT
CLOCK
FORMAT
CLOCK
640 × 400 (70 Hz)
800
1024 × 768 (60 Hz)
1344
640 × 480 (60 Hz)
800
1024 × 768 (70 Hz)
1328
640 × 480 (75 Hz)
840
1024 × 768 (75 Hz)
1312
640 × 480 (85 Hz)
832
1024 × 768 (85 Hz)
1376
800 × 600 (60 Hz)
1056
1280 × 768 (50 Hz)
1648
800 × 600 (70 Hz)
1040
1280 × 768 (60 Hz)
1680
800 × 600 (75 Hz)
1056
1280 × 768 (75 Hz)
1712
800 × 600 (85 Hz)
1048
1280 × 1024 (60 Hz)
1688
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Main Menu (continued)
AUDIO
Sets speaker and headphones output.
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
INPUT
SELECT
AUTO
ANALOG
Selects speaker and headphones output.
<AUTO>
When an SDI input line is selected with the [INPUT SELECT]
button on the front panel:
embedded audio (SDI terminal)
When input lines other than SDI1 or SDI2 are selected with
the [INPUT SELECT] button on the front panel:
analog (AUDIO input terminal)
<ANALOG> Analog (AUDIO input terminal)
EMBEDDED
SELECT L
CH1 - CH8
(Factory
default: CH1)
Selects embedded audio channel output to the speaker (L) or headphones
(L).
EMBEDDED
SELECT R
CH1 - CH8
(Factory
default: CH2)
Selects embedded audio channel output to the speaker (R) or headphones
(R).
LEVEL
METER*1
OFF
ON
Selects embedded audio meter displayed by the on-screen display.
CH SELECT
8CH
4CH
2CH
Selects number of audio meter channels.
0dB POINT
OFF
ON
Switches the 0 dB line displayed on the meter on and off.
CH INFO.
OFF
ON
Switches the channel displayed on the meter on and off.
*1 When ANALOG is selected in the “INPUT SELECT” menu, the LEVEL METER does not indicate the audio level
even when set to ON.
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Main Menu (continued)
DISPLAY SETUP
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
WFM/
VECTOR
OFF
WFM
VECTOR
Switches between “WFM/VECTOR” waveform and vector display.
<WFM>
Displays waveforms.
<VECTOR> Displays vector waveforms.*3
POSITION
LB
RB
RT
LT
Selects the position for the “WFM/VECTOR” waveform display.*3
<LB>
Left Bottom
<RB>
Right Bottom
<RT>
Right Top
<LT>
Left Top
VECTOR
MODE
×8
×4
×2
×1
Enlarges vector waveforms.*3
<× 8>
8×
<× 4>
4×
<× 2>
2×
<× 1>
1×
VECTOR
SCALE
100%
75%
Determines the scale of vector waveform.
<100%>
Displays it at 100% scale.
<75%>
Displays it at 75% scale.
TIME CODE
OFF
ON
Turns the time code display on and off.*1
MODE
SELECT
LTC
VITC
LUB
VUB
Selects time code display mode.*1
<LTC>
Displays linear time code (LTC).
<VITC>
Displays vertical interval time code (VITC).
<LUB>
Displays user bits included in LTC.
<VUB>
Displays user bits included in VITC.
CLOSED
CAPTION
OFF
ON
Turns closed caption display on and off.*2
MODE
SELECT
CC4
CC3
CC2
CC1
Selects the cross caption display mode.*2
*1 Available during HD-SDI input signals.
*2 Available during VIDEO (NTSC) input. Closed captions appear as bright lines on line 21 when closed caption is
set to ON and underscan is also on.
*3 Opens the vector display during SDI signal input.
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Main Menu (continued)
CONTROL
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
CONTROL
LOCAL
REMOTE
Selects operation. (with control clock)
<LOCAL>
Enables front panel operation
<REMOTE> Enables remote operation
(front panel operation is locked)*1
LOCAL
ENABLE*2
DISABLE.
INPUT
Selects the disabled operation on the front panel when selecting
“REMOTE” under “CONTROL”.
<DISABLE> Disables all front panel operations.
<INPUT>
All controls except [INPUT SELECT] and the volume knob
are disabled.
*1 The menu can be displayed when the lock is engaged.
Only “CONTROL/LOCAL ENABLE” menu items are available when the lock is engaged.
The picture adjusting knob is disabled when the lock is engaged.
The “LOCAL ENABLE” setting determines operations in lock mode. The volume knob (J page 9,
used during lock engagement.
The key mark is displayed during lock engagement.
) can be
Key mark
[MAIN MENU]
MARKER
*2 Only available when “REMOTE” is selected under “CONTROL.”
HOURMETER
Underlined values indicate factory defaults.
Sub menu
Settings
Description
OPERATION
XXXXXXH*3
Displays the number of hours it has been on.
LCD
XXXXXXH*3
Displays the number of hours that the backlight has been on.
*3 “XXXXXX” indicates the number of hours.
“XXXXXX”: 262800H (about 30 years), 262800 or greater number results in “OVER”.
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