Using the Setup Menu
must match the input's timing. For example, if the input uses NTSC (720 x 480) timing, that
input cannot use a configuration file that uses WXGA (1280 X 768).
When you delete user-defined configuration files, those files are no longer available for use
by any input.
For more information about using input configuration files, refer to the following sections:
From the Input Menu, select Reset Config to remove all user-entered configuration
settings from the current input on Program, and restore the input's parameters from the
system's internal library values. When you select Reset Config, you will be prompted to
reset (SEL) or continue without resetting (ESC).
Note that if the current format was derived as a best guess, those "guess" values are
restored when you press SEL.
After you use the Input Menu to change one or more input settings, you can save the
changes to non-volatile memory by selecting Save Config. You can save the changes to
the current configuration file for the selected input, or to a different file.
To save changes to an input's configuration, use the following procedure:
SA VE CONFIG
> F i l e N u m b e r
Figure 4-30. Save Config Menu (sample)
File Association Menu
Resetting configuration parameters does not change the
configuration file associated with the input — it simply assigns
the restored parameters to the existing configuration file. The
file number shown in the File Association Menu does not
Select Save Config from the Input Menu. The menu shown in the following
S a v e F i l e
Select a value for File Number, or keep the default file number.
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