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Eizo CG319X Owner Manual
SDR and HDR Settings Guide
This guide will indicate how to set the parameters of SDR and HDR color modes for applicable monitors.
Applicable Monitors
ColorEdge CG3145, CG319X, CG279X
Conditions
1. The settings described in this document are supported by the following firmware versions.
If you are using an older version, please update to the latest version by clicking on the appropriate link below.
CG3145: https://www.eizoglobal.com/support/db/products/software/CG3145#tab02
CG319X: https://www.eizoglobal.com/support/db/products/software/CG319X#tab02
CG279X: This model ships with the supported firmware version.
When updating the above monitors to the latest firmware, the monitor OSD settings and ColorNavigator NX settings are forcibly reset.
2. Each time you change color modes, especially between HDR and SDR, allowing 30 minutes of aging time is recommended.
3. When making a validation, it is recommended to calibrate the monitor with ColorNavigator 7 in advance and use the same sensor for the validation.
The CG3145 will support ColorNavigator 7 (ver. 7.0.2) from January, 2019.
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Table of Contents
You can adjust your monitor’s settings using either the monitor OSD or ColorNavigator 7 software.
Click on or navigate to the section with your preferred method and follow the steps.
I.
ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
1. OSD Adjustment
II.
ColorEdge CG319X and CG279X
1. OSD Adjustment
1.1
BT.2020 (SDR)………………………………...3
1.1
BT.2020 (SDR)………………………………….16
1.2
BT.709 (SDR)…………………………….…....4
1.2
BT.709 (SDR)……………………………………17
1.3
DCI (SDR)……………………………….….….5
1.3
DCI (SDR)…………………………………….....18
1.4
PQ_BT.2100 (HDR)…………………….……..6
1.4
PQ_DCI (HDR) PQ / HLG Clipping: 300 cd/m2……....19
1.5
PQ_BT.2100 (HDR) PQ Clipping: 4000 cd/m2…….7
1.5
PQ_DCI (HDR) PQ / HLG Clipping: 1000 cd/m2……...20
1.6
PQ_DCI (HDR)……………………….…….….8
1.6
PQ_BT.2100 (HDR) PQ / HLG Clipping: 300 cd/m2….21
1.7
HLG_BT.2100……….………………….……...9
1.7
PQ_BT.2100 (HDR) PQ / HLG Clipping: 1000 cd/m2...22
1.8
HLG_BT.2100 (HDR) PQ / HLG Clipping: ON……....23
1.9
HLG_BT.2100 (HDR) PQ / HLG Clipping: OFF……...24
2. ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment
2.1
BT.2020 (SDR)………………………………..10
2.2
BT.709 (SDR)…………………………………11
2.3
DCI (SDR)………………………………….....12
2.1
BT.2020 (SDR)…………………………………..25
2.4
PQ_BT.2100 (HDR)………………………….13
2.2
BT.709 (SDR)…………………………………….26
2.5
PQ_DCI (HDR)……………………………….14
2.3
DCI (SDR)………………………………………..27
2.6
HLG_BT.2100 (HDR)………………………...15
2.4
PQ_DCI (HDR) PQ Clipping: 300 cd/m2……………..28
2.5
PQ_DCI (HDR) PQ Clipping: 1000 cd/m2…………….29
2.6
PQ_BT.2100 (HDR) PQ Clipping: 300 cd/m2………...30
2.7
PQ_BT.2100 (HDR) PQ Clipping: 1000 cd/m2………..31
2.8
HLG_BT.2100 (HDR) HLG Clipping: ON…………....32
2.9
HLG_BT.2100 (HDR) HLG Clipping: OFF…………...33
2. ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
1.1
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Signal Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Color Options
1
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: BT.2020 (SDR)
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
1.2
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Signal Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Color Options
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: BT.709 (SDR)
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
1.3
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: DCI (SDR)
Signal Options
Color Options
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
1.4
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Signal Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Color Options
1
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_BT.2100 (HDR)
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
1.5
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_BT.2100 (PQ Clipping: 4000 cd/m2) (HDR)
When using YUV422:
3. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
4. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑥ (Color)
Signal Options
When using RGB444:
3. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
4. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑥ (Color)
Color Options
⑥
1
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
1.6
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_DCI (HDR)
Signal Options
Color Options
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
1.7
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color) as indicated
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OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: HLG_BT.2100 (HDR)
Signal Options
Color Options
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
2.1
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
BT.2020, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.2020
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: BT.2020 (SDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
BT.2020, then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.2020
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
1
Signal Options
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
10
ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
2.2
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode BT.709,
then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.709
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode BT.709,
then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.709
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: BT.709 (SDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
Signal Options
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
2.3
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode DCI,
then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select DCI
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: DCI (SDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
Signal Options
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
2.4
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
PQ_BT.2100, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select PQ_BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ⑤ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_BT.2100 (HDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
PQ_BT.2100, then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select PQ_BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ⑤ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
1
Signal Options
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
13
ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
2.5
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
PQ_DCI, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select PQ_DCI
4. Set items ① ~ ⑤ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_DCI (HDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
Signal Options
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ColorEdge PROMINENCE CG3145
2.6
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
HLG_BT.2100, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select HLG_BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑥ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: HLG_BT.2100 (HDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
HLG_BT.2100, then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select HLG_BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑥ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
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Signal Options
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
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ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: BT.2020 (SDR)
1.1
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Signal Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Color Options
1
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
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ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: BT.709 (SDR)
1.2
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Signal Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Color Options
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ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: DCI (SDR)
1.3
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑤ (Color)
Signal Options
Color Options
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ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
1.4
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑥ (Color)
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_DCI (PQ / HLG Clipping: 300 cd/m2) (HDR)
Signal Options
Color Options
3
PQ Curve allows the display of up to 300 cd/m2. Areas on the screen which exceed this amount are clipped.
19
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
1.5
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑥ (Color)
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_DCI (PQ / HLG Clipping: 1000 cd/m2) (HDR)
Signal Options
Color Options
4
Scaling curve in which areas exceeding 300 cd/m2 are clipped from 1000 cd/m2.
20
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
1.6
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_BT.2100 (PQ / HLG Clipping: 300 cd/m2) (HDR)
Signal Options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑥ (Color)
Signal Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑥ (Color)
1
3
Color Options
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
PQ Curve allows the display of up to 300 cd/m2. Areas on the screen which exceed this amount are clipped.
21
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
1.7
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_BT.2100 (PQ / HLG Clipping: 1000 cd/m2) (HDR)
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑥ (Color)
Signal Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑥ (Color)
Color Options
1
4
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
Scaling curve in which areas exceeding 300 cd/m2 are clipped from 1000 cd/m2.
22
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
1.8
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑦ (Color)
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: HLG_BT.2100 (PQ / HLG Clipping: ON) (HDR)
Signal Options
Color Options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑦ (Color)
1
2
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
HLG allows the display of up to 300 cd/m2 with a peak brightness of 1000 cd/m2.
23
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
1.9
OSD Adjustment – Color Mode: HLG_BT.2100 (PQ / HLG Clipping: OFF) (HDR)
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ① ~ ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑦ (Color)
Signal Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and access
both the Signal and Color options
2. Set items ② (Signal) and ③ ~ ⑦ (Color)
Color Options
1
4
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
Scaling curve in which areas exceeding 300 cd/m2 are clipped from 1000 cd/m2.
24
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
2.1
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
BT.2020, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.2020
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ then click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: BT.2020 (SDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
BT.2020, then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.2020
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
1
Signal Options
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
25
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
2.2
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode BT.709,
then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.709
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ then click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode BT.709,
then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.709
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: BT.709 (SDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
Signal Options
26
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
2.3
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode DCI, then
select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced Mode
and under Preset target, select DCI
4. Set items ① ~ ④ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: DCI (SDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
Signal Options
27
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
2.4
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
PQ_DCI, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select PQ_DCI
4. Set items ① ~ ⑤ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_DCI (PQ Clipping: 300 cd/m2) (HDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
Signal Options
3
PQ Curve allows the display of up to 300 cd/m2. Areas on the screen which exceed this amount are clipped.
28
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
2.5
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
PQ_DCI, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select PQ_DCI
4. Set items ① ~ ⑤ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_DCI (PQ Clipping: 1000 cd/m2) (HDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
Signal Options
4
Scaling curve in which areas exceeding 300 cd/m2are clipped from 1000 cd/m2.
29
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
2.6
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
PQ_BT.2100, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select PQ_BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ⑤ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_BT.2100 (PQ Clipping: 300 cd/m2) (HDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
BT.2100, then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ⑤ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
1
3
Signal Options
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
PQ Curve allows the display of up to 300 cd/m2. Areas on the screen which exceed this amount are clipped.
30
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
2.7
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
PQ_BT.2100, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select PQ_BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ⑤ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: PQ_BT.2100 (PQ Clipping: 1000 cd/m2) (HDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
BT.2100, then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ⑤ and ⑦ ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
1
4
Signal Options
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
Scaling curve in which areas exceeding 300 cd/m2 are clipped from 1000 cd/m2.
31
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
2.8
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: HLG_BT.2100 (HLG Clipping: ON) (HDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
HLG_BT.2100, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select HLG_BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
HLG_BT.2100, then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select HLG_BT.2100
Signal Options
4. Set items ① ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
1
2
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
HLG allows the display of up to 300 cd/m2 with a peak brightness of 1000 cd/m2.
32
ColorEdge CG319X, CG279X
2.9
When using YUV422:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set items ① ~ ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
HLG_BT.2100, then select Edit Target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select HLG_BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
ColorNavigator 7 Adjustment – Color Mode: HLG_BT.2100 (HLG Clipping: OFF) (HDR)
ColorNavigator 7 Options
When using RGB444:
1. Open the OSD menu via the monitor’s front buttons and
access the Signal options, then set item ②
2. Open ColorNavigator 7 and right click color mode
HLG_BT.2100, then select Edit target…
3. Under Color mode type
, select Advanced
Mode and under Preset target, select HLG_BT.2100
4. Set items ① ~ ⑨ and click OK
5. Carry out Calibration for the target
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Signal Options
BT.2020 is recommended as standard, but if you are intentionally using RGB to YUV coefficient, select the appropriate settings accordingly.
Scaling curve in which areas exceeding 300 cd/m2 are clipped from 1000 cd/m2.
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