PF (Programmable Function)
Three setup menu items can be registered in the PF buttons, and these buttons can then be used to change the setup menu
settings by a simple operating procedure.
Performing operations using the PF
Open the setup menu by pressing the Menu button, and
move the cursor to the A00 MENU by tilting the joystick
down and then to the right.
Move the cursor to the item with the PF number to be
registered (A04 to A06) by tilting the joystick up and
A02 P.ON LOAD
¢A04 PF1 ASSIGN
A05 PF2 ASSIGN
A06 PF3 ASSIGN
When the joystick is pressed, a list of items which can be
set is displayed.
A04 PF1 ASSIGN
¢--- NO ASSIGN
001 LOCAL ENA
002 LOCAL TIMER
003 REMAIN SEL
008 CHARA H-POS
009 REMAIN SEL
010 CHARA V-POS
Press the joystick to select the item at the cursor
position; the display will then return to the regular menu.
When the MENU button is pressed, a confirmation
screen is displayed.
Press the PLAY button to finish registering the item in the
The following menu items cannot be saved.
05 ENCODER SEL
06 V LEVEL CTRL
12 SYS H (HD)
14 SYS SC (SD)
15 VO SYS SC (SD)
16 SD SYS SC (SD)
18 SCH CORS (SD)
19 SCH FINE (SD)
20 AV PHASE
25 SYSTEM FERQ
26 HD SYS H ADV
181 TYPE A NEAR
182 TYPE A END
183 TYPE B NEAR
184 TYPE B END
As for the menu items registered in the PF button, when
the menu is not displayed due to change of settings in
menu No. 25 SYSTEM FREQ are changed, the registered
contents in the interlocked PF button will be in the "not
saved" state and cannot be displayed nor operated. Refer
to "Menus which are displayed" (page 32).
The settings for the PF buttons are retained but will be
updated once save operations are executed again.
Operation using the PF buttons
When the PF button is pressed, the registered items are
displayed on the monitor screen which is output from the
VIDEO MON connector.
Press the PF1, PF2 or PF3 button that corresponds to
the item whose setting is to be changed. Each time the
button is pressed, the setting is updated in sequence.
PF1:SYS FORMAT 50M
When the PF button is pressed again, the regular display
is restored. If no operations are made, the display is also
restored automatically after five seconds elapse.
653 Y LEVEL (HD)
654 Pb LEVEL (HD)
655 Pr LEVEL (HD)
656 BK LEVEL (HD)
658 Y LEVEL (SD)
659 Pb LEVEL (SD)
660 Pr LEVEL (SD)
661 BK LEVEL (SD)
662 V LEVEL
663 C LEVEL