Menu operation (continued)
COLOR ENHANCER menu. In this case, you cannot set any other items than MULTI-SCREEN.
are overlapped seem discontinuous depending on the viewing angle.
doesn't match with the colors displayed on the adjoining projectors, adjust the value while viewing the screens.
Select when using the projector alone.
Select when using the projector to conﬁgure the multi-screen consisting
of multiple projectors.
The following settings in the SETTING become enabled to make the
overlapped area of the displayed images unnoticeable.
Use to make the overlapped area of the screens unnoticeable in the
multi-screen application. Use this setting to select the edges to be
overlapped or to set the overlapped areas. (See page 47.)
In the multi-screen application, the black level in the areas where images
are overlapped will become bright. So, use this setting to adjust the
black level in non-overlapped areas. (See page 47.)
Use to correct non-uniformity in the screen brightness of the single
projector to facilitate edge blending. (See page 47.)
Use to reset the values of EDGE ADJUST
BRIGHT UNIFORMITY CORRECTION
Select this option when the projector is used alone.
Select this option when adjusting colors while viewing the screen to
correct color variations among the projectors.
Select this option when adjusting colors using a measuring instrument
to correct color variations among the projectors.
The test signal is displayed. Make adjustment so that the color tones of
each image match among the adjoining projectors. (See page 48.)
Use to reset the value of SETTING
The test signal is displayed. Measure the brightness and chromaticity of
each image using a measuring instrument (chroma meter) and enter the
measurement values. (See page 48.)
Use to set the target chromaticity value of each color. (See page 48.)
Use to reset the values of MEASURED DATA
the MEASURE to the defaults.
, BLACK LEVEL
to the defaults.
in the MANUAL to the default.
and TARGET DATA