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Color Space (BVM-F170A)
Gamma
Marker Preset
H Shift Offset
Channel Name
NTSC Setup Level
Component Level
Betacam Setup Level
RGB Range
HD
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Channel Configuration Menu
Function and operation ([
Select the color space when User CHXX is selected in the Color Profile menu.
SMPTE-C: Color space of three primary color chromaticity points provided by the
SMPTE-C standard
EBU: Color space of three primary color chromaticity points provided by the EBU
standard
ITU-R BT.709: Color space of three primary color chromaticity points provided by the
ITU-R BT.709 standard
F170 Native: Color space of the BVM-F170A individual three primary color chromaticity
points
Select the gamma when User CHXX is selected in the Color Profile menu.
CRT BVM: Gamma curve of the BVM-D or BVM-A series
2.2: Gamma curve 2.2
2.4: Monitor gamma provided by ITU-R BT.1886
Notes
• The gamma is preset to 2.4 that is provided by ITU-R BT.1886, at the factory. With this
setting, dark portions may be seen darker than with conventional CRT or LCD monitors. If
you wish to obtain the same gamma as that when using a conventional CRT or LCD
monitor, set this item to CRT BVM or 2.2. If blocked-up shadows are seen, adjust the
brightness for optimum viewing of black portions.
• The factory preset black luminance of the CRT BVM setting in the Gamma menu is the
same as the factory preset value for a BVM-D or BVM-A series monitor.
• Adjust the brightness (black level) according to the ambient light and the black level of the
image to be reproduced. Adjust the contrast (white level) according to the ambient light.
Sets the marker preset data.
You can select from Marker1 to Marker5. [Marker1]
For setting the marker, see the Marker Setting menu (page 63) of the Function Setting menu.
Sets the horizontal picture position when the analog signal is input.
You can select when Format is set to Composite Auto, Composite NTSC, Composite PAL,
Composite PAL-M, Composite SECAM, YC Auto, YC NTSC, YC PAL, YC PAL-M, YC
SECAM, Component YPbPr or Component RGB.
1)
Set to –100 to +100
. [000]
1) When the setting value is out of range, the display of the setting value is changed but the horizontal position
of the picture is not changed.
To hide the characters on the monitor during adjustment
Set the CHAR OFF button of the controller to on. As the characters on the display are
hidden, it becomes easy to adjust the picture. To display the characters, set the CHAR OFF
button to off.
Sets a channel name.
When the item is selected, you can select a preset name, or enter a new one.
PROG: Program signal
EDIT: Signal from an editor
CAM: Camera signal
VTR: Signal from a VTR
PREV: Preview monitor
New Name: Enter a new name. (Up to 20 characters can be entered.)
Sets the NTSC setup level.
You can select when Format is set to Composite Auto, Composite NTSC, YC Auto or YC
NTSC.
You can select from 0% or 7.5%.
Sets the component level of the analog component 480/60i signal.
You can select when Format is set to Component YPbPr.
You can select from SMPTE/EBU-N10 or Betacam.
Sets the Betacam setup level when Component Level is set to Betacam.
You can select from 0% or 7.5%.
Sets the quantization range of the 4:4:4 RGB SDI, HDMI or DisplayPort input signal.
Sets the quantization range when a 4:4:4 RGB SDI signal is input and the signal system is
1920 × 1080 or 1280 × 720.
Full: 0 (black level) to 1023 (10bit)/4095 (12bit) (white level)
[Limit]: 64(10bit)/256 (12bit) (black level) to 940 (10bit)/3760 (12bit) (white level)
]: factory setting)

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