- Luminance Scope
- Vector Scope
- Pixel Mapping
- LUM Coloring
- Area Marker
- Safety Marker
- Center Marker
Use the Area Marker function to select what type of marker is displayed when the marker function is active.
The marker selections available from this option include most commonly used markers and more complex user designed custom markers.title safe framelines safe area safety action safe Show Me How
Toggles whether the center marker (crosshair) is displayed when the marker is activated.Show Me How
On XM OLED models XM551U, XM650U, XM651U.
The Clear Panel Noise feature may help to alleviate various panel noise conditions, particularly severe burn-in conditions caused by displaying static, high contrast, content for extended periods of time.Show Me How
For Selecting Color Spaces, Gamut, Luminance, HDR modes, Range, & Managing LUTs.video full range smpte extended temperature cct 6500k 6500 d65 eotf red blue green gain bias Show Me How
Select from available options to instantly change the active color system.Show Me How
Settings for displaying interlaced video.Show Me How
Set Fan Speed on XM311KShow Me How
Assign the programmable face buttons to functions you can quickly toggle on & off.Show Me How
Can be enabled in the Function Menu.Show Me How waveform
Select Luminance ModeShow Me How
Use the Lum Position toggle to select in what area of the screen you would like your Scopes to be displayed.Show Me How waveform
Select IRE or HDR (PQ) Waveform. HDR Waveform is currently in Beta (only works with YCbCr formats).Show Me How
LUTs will be processed using the selected interpolation method. Choose from trilinear or tetrahedral interpolation.
Tetrahedral is suggested.Show Me How
Does not apply to GaiaColor Color System. In Default, LightSpace, or CalMAN modes select Normal or Advanced.
For more detail on LUT Mode, see full user manual PDF.Show Me How
This setting controls how backlight modulation is optimized when in a dynamic luminance mode.Show Me How
On XM OLED models XM551U, XM650U, XM651U.
When panel dimming is set to On the panel will automatically begin to dim after 2 mins of static color and/or shape is detected to help protect the panel from image retention. Panel dimming can be set to Off to disable this behavior and this may be particularly useful during calibration routines, but care should be taken to avoid long term display of static images.Show Me How
Pixel Mapping toggles between various available pixel mapping options.Show Me How
Settings can be saved and loaded quickly from recallable profiles.Show Me How
Use the Safety Marker function to toggle the size, in percentage, of the safety marker displayed.
This option can be used by itself or in conjunction with the Area Marker function.Show Me How
FSI Monitors are capable of detecting the payload ID contained in an SDI signal.
However, some sources or upstream equipment may not generate or pass payload ID. For sources lacking proper Payload ID you may override the SDI Format auto detect function and manually select the appropriate format. It may be necessary to force the monitor to re-sync to a signal when changing formats at the source even when set to Auto.
You can force the monitor to re-sync by either reselecting Auto from the SDI Format menu, selecting the appropriate format manually from the SDI Format Menu, or simply toggling to another input and back to the input in use.Show Me How
Set the SDI Input configuration as well as the processed monitor out configuration.Show Me How
Configure and view System settings such as IP Address & Save and Load profiles.Show Me How
Allows you to select whether to display Time Code on screen pulled from an SDI signal. Select between Off, LTC, VITC 1, or VITC 2.Show Me How
As of firmware version 9.53-1907 or later UDisk mode enables your monitor to permanently remain in update mode.
When on you can simply plug your monitor into any compatible computer with the provided USB to RJ-45 update cable and it will be recongized as a USB mass storage device for transfer of new firmware and/or 3D LUTs.
For more in depth instructions and video, visit our Firmware Page.Show Me How Firmware
Can be enabled in the Function Menu.Show Me How
Use the Vec Position toggle to select in what area of the screen you would like your Scopes to be displayed.Show Me How vectorscope