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f 1080I/PsF
When the 1080i/PsF signal is input, select the signal
processing systems.
You can select this item when Format is set to 3G/HD-SDI
Auto, 3G-SDI, HD-SDI or Dual Link HD-SDI.
When 1080I is selected, the I/P conversion signal is
displayed. When 1080PsF is selected, the progressive
conversion (PsF to P) signal is displayed.
When the 1080PsF signal is input and 1080I is selected,
the signal processing delay is shortened. The signal
converted from PsF to P is not displayed and the I/P
conversion signal is displayed.
24PsF: Sets the display mode for the 1080/24PsF signal.
You can select from 1080I or [1080PsF].
25PsF/50I: Sets the display mode for the 1080/25PsF, 50i
signal.
You can select from [1080I] or 1080PsF.
30PsF/60I: Sets the display mode for the 1080/30PsF, 60i
signal.
You can select from [1080I] or 1080PsF.
g Color Gamut
As the SRM-L560 is equipped with the wider color space
LED backlight, the signal can be displayed (emulation) in
the color gamut (color space and gamma) selected in
Emulation.
Emulation: Select the color gamut (color space and
gamma) to be used from the following preset data:
BVM SMPTE-C: Displays in the color gamut of
BVM-A24 SMPTE-C phosphor CRT.
BVM EBU: Displays in the color gamut of BVM-A24
EBU phosphor CRT.
ITU-R BT.709: Displays in the color gamut of the
chromaticity points of the three primary colors
provided by ITU-R BT.709.
1)
D-Cine
: Displays in the color gamut of the
chromaticity points of the three primary colors
provided by SMPTE RP 431-2.
L560 Native: Displays in the color gamut of the
chromaticity points of the three primary colors that is
independent for the SRM-L560.
This is the widest color space setting of the signal
reproduced by the SRM-L560.
S-GAMUT: Sets to display the color gamut of the
wide color space mode S-GAMUT, which is
supported by the Sony F23 Digital Cinematography
Camera.
1)
Chromaticity points of the three primary colors provided by SMPTE
RP431-2 are not covered in full.
User LUT: Sets the user data to apply to the Emulation
setting.
If the user data are not prepared, you cannot set User LUT.
You can select from User 1 [User LUT 1 file name] to User
5 [User LUT 5 file name]. [- - - (no setting)]
Based On: Displays the color gamut used as the basis of
user data. When the basic color gamut is not set in the
selected user data, "---" is displayed. In this case, select the
basic color gamut data from the preset Emulation data.
h Marker Preset
Sets the marker preset data.
You can select from [Marker 1] to Marker 5.
Edit: Sets the details of the marker.
When the button is clicked, the Marker Preset window is
displayed.
Marker Preset
Marker1
Marker Preset
Aspect Blanking
On
Off
Mode
Half
Aspect Marker
On
Off
Aspect Mode
16:9
Aspect
Line
Thick
Color
Area Marker1
On
Off
Aspect Mode
16:9
Aspect
Area Size
80%
Mode
Shape A
Line
Thick
Color
Area Marker2
On
Off
Aspect Mode
16:9
Aspect
Area Size
80%
Mode
Shape A
Line
Thick
Color
Center Marker
On
Off
Mode
Short
Color
Right
Horizontal
0
Position
Left
Close
Marker Preset: Sets the marker preset data.
You can select from [Marker 1] to Marker 5.
Aspect Blanking: Sets the display of the blanking outside
the area of the aspect marker.
Sets whether or not to set the blanking (On or [Off]).
Mode: Sets the blanking mode when Aspect Blanking
is set to On.
You can select from [Half] (half blanking) or Black
(blanking).
Aspect Marker: Sets whether or not to display the aspect
marker (On or [Off]).
Aspect Mode: Sets the aspect ratio of the aspect
marker.
You can select from [16:9], 15:9, 14:9, 13:9, 4:3,
2.39:1, 2.35:1, 1.85:1, 1.66:1, 1.896:1 or Variable.
Aspect: Sets the aspect ratio of the aspect marker
when Variable is selected in Aspect Mode.
Set to 1.00:1 to 3.00:1. [1.78:1]
Line: Sets the thickness of the aspect marker.
You can select from [Thick] (thick) or Thin (thin).
Color: Sets the color of the aspect marker.
1.78
:1
White
Bright
90IRE
1.78
:1
Width
80
%
Height
80
%
Shape B
Shape C
White
Bright
90IRE
1.78
:1
Width
80
%
Height
80
%
Shape B
Shape C
White
Bright
90IRE
White
Bright
90IRE
Up
Vertical
0
Down
Main Operation Window
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