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• When Format is set to DVI Computer (Native Scan
display is set to on regardless of its setting.)
• When the HDMI computer signal is input (Native
Scan display is set to on regardless of its setting.)
• When the input signal is 2048 × 1080 and the internal
signal is displayed (Native Scan is set to off regardless
of its setting and the normal scan display is selected.)
Sync Display: Sets the H delay and V delay.
H Delay: Sets whether or not to display in H delay (on
or [off]).
V Delay: Sets whether or not to display in V delay (on
or [off]).
Note
The picture is not displayed in H delay or V delay in the
following cases:
• When the input signal has no sync signal
• When the internal signal is displayed
• When Format is set to DVI Video, DVI Computer or
HDMI
Position Adj: Adjusts the position of the picture.
H Shift: Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture
when a 720/24P, 25P or 30P signal is input and H Delay
is set to on.
As the setting value increases, the picture moves to the
right. As it decreases, the picture moves to the left. [0]
4096 Shift/2048 Shift: Adjusts the display range of the
picture when the 4096/2048 signal is displayed in Native
Scan.
: The left side of the picture is displayed without
cutting and the right side is cut.
[
]: The center of the picture is displayed and the
left and right sides are cut.
: The right side of the picture is displayed without
cutting and the left side is cut.
Marker: Sets the marker display.
Marker: Sets whether or not to display all the markers
(on or [off]).
Aspect Marker: Sets whether or not to display the
aspect marker (on or [off]).
Area Marker 1: Sets whether or not to display the
area marker 1 (on or [off]).
Area Marker 2: Sets whether or not to display the
area marker 2 (on or [off]).
Note
The marker is not displayed in the following cases:
• When the input signal has no sync signal
• When the internal signal is displayed
• When Format is set to DVI Computer
• When the HDMI computer signal is input
• When H Delay/V Delay is set to on
Mono/Cut: Sets to display the picture in monochrome
mode or cut the R/G/B signal.
Mono: Sets whether or not to display the picture in
monochrome mode (on or [off]).
R Cut Off: Sets whether or not to cut the red signal (on
or [off]).
G Cut Off: Sets whether or not to cut the green signal
(on or [off]).
B Cut Off: Sets whether or not to cut the blue signal
(on or [off]).
Blue Only: Sets whether or not to display only the
blue signal as a monochrome picture after cutting the
red and green signals (on or [off]).
Note
When the signal to be displayed is XYZ, Mono, R/G/
B Cut Off and Blue Only are fixed to off and cannot be
selected.
YCbCr:
Chroma Up: Sets whether or not to increase the chroma
value by 12 dB (on or [off]).
Note
The chroma value is not increased in the following
cases:
• When the signal to be displayed is RGB or XYZ
• When the internal signal is displayed
Display Mode: Sets the black detail mode.
Black Detail: Sets whether or not to display the signal
in black detail mode (on or [off]).
Note
The black detail mode cannot be set when H Delay/V
Delay is set to on.
b Picture Adjustment
Adjusts the picture by clicking the corresponding button.
Contrast: Sets the contrast. Sets to 0 to 2500. [1000]
Bright: Sets the brightness. Sets to –500 to +500. [0]
Chroma: Sets the chroma. Sets to 0 to 2000. [1000]
Phase: Currently unavailable
Aperture: Sets the aperture modification value.
Sets to 0 to 200. [0]
c Peak White Control
When the brightness is increased, using the brightness
adjustment, the picture may be clipped, because of the
dynamic range of the circuit. Sets whether or not to control
the signal gain automatically according to the setting value
of the brightness, to prevent such clipping ([on] or off).
Note
Peak white control does not function with XYZ signals.
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Main Operation Window

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