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Displaying The Time Code; Switching The Display Of The 3d Video; Signal - Sony BVMF170A Operation Manual

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Displaying the Time Code

The time code superimposed on the SDI signals is
displayed.
Note
As the time code is superimposed on the video signal, the
time code may be invisible partially because of the scan
mode setting of the monitor.
1
Input the SDI signal.
2
Select the channel.
3
Set the time code in the Time Code menu (page 75) of
the On Screen Set menu of the System Configuration
menu.
To set the type of the time code
Set in the VITC/LTC menu.
VITC: Sets to VITC.
LTC: Sets to LTC.
To set the display position for the time code
Set in the Position menu.
Top Left: To display it at top left on the screen
Top Center: To display at top center on the screen
Top Right: To display at top right on the screen
Bottom Left: To display at bottom left on the screen
Bottom Center: To display at bottom center on the
screen
Bottom Right: To display at bottom right on the
screen
To set the luminance of the time code
Set in the Level menu.
High: To make the time code display bright
Low: To make the time code display dark
4
Set Time Code (page 70) to On in the Function Switch
menu of the Function Setting menu or by pressing the
1)
Time Code button
The time code is displayed.
1) Time Code is assigned to a function button of the controller in the
Function Key menu (page 83) of the Controller menu.
To cancel the time code display
Set Time Code (page 70) to Off in the Function Switch
menu of the Function Setting menu or by pressing the
Time Code button of the controller.
Note
Use the controller with software version 1.4 or higher to
assign Time Code function to a function button of the
controller.
96
Displaying the Time Code / Switching the Display of the 3D Video Signal
of the controller.
Switching the Display of
the 3D Video Signal
When the optional BKM-250TG input adaptor is installed,
the left (L) and right (R) 3D video signals in dual-stream
HD-SDI format can be compared on the screen (3D signal
analyzing function).
For this function, two-dimensional (2D) view is used. The
signals are not displayed in stereoscopic view.
The following five display modes are available:
For details on the input adaptor (BKM-250TG), see "Input
Adaptors" on page 22.
Difference display
The difference between the luminance signal of the left (L)
signal and that of the right (R) signal is displayed.
A gray portion indicates that the luminance level of the two
signals is the same. When the luminance level of the two
signals is not the same, a monochrome image is displayed
according to the difference in the luminance. This function
is useful for checking the amount of parallax.
Checkerboard display
Left signal (L)
Checkerboard display
The left (L) and right (R) signals are displayed in a
checkerboard pattern on the same screen for comparing the
brightness or colors of the L and R signals.
L/R Switch display
The left (L) and right (R) signals are switched alternately
on the screen for comparing the brightness or colors of the
L and R signals.
Horopter Check display
The display mode for the left (L) and right (R) 3D video
signals can be switched for easy checking of the two
signals. Set Horopter Check (page 66) in the 3D Setting
menu of the Function Setting menu to one of the display
Right signal (R)

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