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[ Items Output Mode Settings [4:3] LETTER BOX SQUEEZE
Menu contents (contd.)
]: Factory Setting The items in the shaded area are shown when the optional software is installed. Items V Position Settings â63  63 Motion Sense 0  15 Enhance Level
NTSC Side panel
]: Factory Setting
Contents Sets the HD Conversion mode according to the NTSC video source. 4:3 : When the input video has an aspect ratio of 4:3, it is converted to HD pictures without changing the aspect ratio for output. In this case, the side panels appear on the screen. LETTER BOX : When the input video is in the LETTER BOX format, it is converted to HD pictures with an aspect ratio of 16:9 for output. SQUEEZE : When the input video has been âsqueezedâ for display on 4:3 screens, it is converted to HD pictures with an aspect ratio of 16:9 for output.
4:3 LETTER BOX SQUEEZE
Contents Adjusts the pictureâs vertical position (varies in Â±63 lines). Note: â When <Output Mode> is set to â4:3â or âSQUEEZEâ, the actual variable range is Â±3 lines. Keep in mind that this is different from the value set with the menu. Motion detection sensitivity adjustment Sets the optimum conversion sensitivity according to the input material. Normally use the factory setting.
Note: â The following menu item values can be saved for each setting mode. â¢ V Position â¢ Motion Sense â¢ Enhance Level â¢ Variable Enhancer and 5-related item (option) When the setting for Output Mode is changed, check the setting of the above menu items.
â5  15
Adjusts the enhancer (contour compensation) of the video output signal. Varies in 20 steps. Use this 2-dimensionally (horizontal and vertical). When the optional variable enhancer function is enabled, the variable enhancer menu is shown instead of this item. Sets ON/OFF of the variable enhancer function. When set to âOFFâ, the enhancer is disabled. When set to âONâ, the variable enhancer functions based on the values of the following five items. The following five parameters can be displayed and set on the sub menu by pressing the [ENTER/MENU] button. ( p. 7 for sub menu) â This item is shown only when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled. Sets the enhancement level. â This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled and <Variable Enhancer> is set to âONâ.
[1080I] 720P [INPUT] BB HD-SYNC
Sets the output video format. 1080I : Effective 1080 scanning lines, interlace. 720P : Effective 720 scanning lines, progressive. Selects the reference sync signal. INPUT : Synchronizes with the video signal input to the [SDI IN] connector of this unit. BB : Synchronizes with the black burst signal input to the [REF] connector of this unit. HD-SYNC : Synchronizes with the tri-sync input to the [REF] connector of this unit. Tri-sync must be input in the same signal form as the Note: â When this is set to âBBâ or âHD-SYNCâ, the V sync position of these external signals and video input signals must synchronize within Â±300 Âµs.. Cut Off Freq output setting. Enhance Level â5  15 Enhance Freq 2  5 3 
Note: â System Phase settings can be saved for each of these item settings.
Sets the frequency of the input signal to be enhanced. â This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled and <Variable Enhancer> is set to âONâ. Sets the band limit frequency of the input signal. When set to 7 (MHz), band limitation is not performed. Note: When the <Cut Off Freq> setting is smaller than the <Enhance Freq> setting, the enhancement function is disabled. â This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled and <Variable Enhancer> is set to âONâ.
â300  300
Sets the HD output signal phase for the reference sync signal selected with <Reference>. (Variation for Â±300 is equivalent to about Â±4 Âµs.)
â120  120
Adjusts the pictureâs horizontal display position (varies in Â±120 x 2 pixels). â This item is enabled only when the Output Mode is set to 4:3. â When the <Output> item is set to â720Pâ, the actual display position area is Â±80 x 2 pixels. Keep in mind that this is different from the value set with the menu. Sets the crop width at the left of the input picture. â This item is enabled only when the Output Mode is set to 4:3. For the part cropped, the background color is shown. Sets the crop width at the right of the input picture. â This item is enabled only when the Output Mode is set to 4:3. For the part cropped, the background color is shown.
Sets the threshold of the enhancement effect. If the enhancement effect is applied excessively, even low-level noise contained in the original picture will be emphasized. With this setting, the enhancement of a small amount of noise can be suppressed to emphasize only the contour. â This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled and <Variable Enhancer> is set to âONâ.
H Crop (Left)
H Crop (Right)
When this item is set to âONâ, a small amount of noise lower than the threshold level can be suppressed. The larger the threshold setting, the larger the effect to suppress noise. Note: This function has no effect unless <Enhance Level> is set to the larger value. â This item is shown when the optional variable enhancer function is enabled and <Variable Enhancer> is set to âONâ.