Panasonic BT-LT2600 user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic BT-LT2600

Device: Panasonic BT-LT2600
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Date of adding : 2014-03-24 16:33:47
Number of pages: 19
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Panasonic Broadcast




BT-LT2600
Menu Information

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How to Use the On Screen Menu Six types of information are displayed on the screen. The input signal status, picture adjusting knob status, sharpness display, function display, audio level meter display and the menu display. Input signal status 1. The selected input line ( page 9, ) • VIDEO, Y/C, SDI1, SDI2, SDI1 YPBPR/RGB-VIDEO/RGB-COMP. 2. Various display (FILM mode) • Displayed when “FILM” is selected in “GAMMA SELECT”. 3. Signal format • The display status can be set in “STATUS DISPLA

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How to Use the On Screen Menu (continued) Function display • You can set FUNCTION display in the menu. • When “FUNCTION DISPLAY” ( page 22) is “ON” and either [FUNCTION1] or [FUNCTION5] is pressed, the unit displays the status of the F1:MARKER FUNCTION item set. F2:WFM • The display disappears if remains idle for 2 seconds. F3:LEVEL METER • The operational status is displayed in “XXXXX” ( F4:PIXEL TO PIXEL page 23 “Operation items displayed when a F5:PIXEL POS. FUNCTION button is used”).

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How to Use the On Screen Menu (continued) Menu operations 1. Push [MENU] to display the MAIN menu. 3. Push [ , ] to select the sub menu, then push [ENTER]. The setting values in the sub menu change to green. MARKER MARKER OFF 16:9 OFF 4:3 OFF BACK NORMAL CENTER OFF GPI PRESET1 4:3 GPI PRESET2 4:3 SET 2. Push [ , ] to select the menu, then push [ENTER]. 4. Push [ , ] to select the setting values, then push [ENTER]. [MAIN MENU] Push [MENU] to cancel. MARKER FUNCTION MARKER ON

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User Data You can change the menu setting values and picture adjusting knob settings, then save and load up to 5 combinations of screen adjustment values as user data. You can also return the setting values and adjustment values to the factory preset settings. The following settings are included in user data. • Menu settings except for “SETUP LOAD/SAVE” (including the button function settings on the front of the monitor) • Screen adjustment values changed in picture adjusting knob Saving use

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Main Menu Menu configuration MAIN MENU MARKER MARKER 16:9 VIDEO CONFIG GAMMA SELECT 4:3 FILM GAMMA CONT./BACK. BACK SYSTEM CONFIG COLOR TEMP. BACKLIGHT CENTER SHARPNESS MODE SUB WINDOW GPI PRESET1 SHARPNESS H WFM POSITION GPI PRESET2 SHARPNESS V MENU POSITION USER0-63 I-P MODE ROTARY POSITION D93 MONO STATUS DISPLAY D65 ANAMO SETUP LOAD D56 SD ASPECT SETUP SAVE VAR1 SCAN FAN MOTOR VAR2 NOISE WIPE COLOR SPACE VAR3 FUNCTION1 FUNCTION FUNCTION2 FUNCTION3 FUNCTION4 FUNCTION5 FUNCTION DISPLAY GPI CO

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Main Menu (continued) MARKER The underlined values are factory preset setting values. Sub menu Settings Explanation *1 MARKER Used to make MARKER settings effective. *2*3 Used to select/display the type of marker when the aspect ratio 16:9 <4:3 > setting is 16:9. <13:9> Marker not displayed. <14:9> <4:3> 4:3 marker <13:9> 13:9 marker <14:9> 14:9 marker CNSCO marker VISTA marker <95%> 95% Area marker <95%> <93%> 93% Area marker <90%> 90%

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Main Menu (continued) Types of MARKER g 16:9 marker g 4:3 marker (Displayed when using HD, or when using SD (Displayed when using SD with a 4:3 aspect ratio) with a 16:9 aspect ratio) A dotted line is displayed as the marker. The marker is only displayed as a vertical bar. In addition, the section becomes the “MARKER BACK” item. 95% Area marker 93% Area marker 4:3 marker 13:9 marker 90% Area marker 88% Area marker 14:9 marker VISTA marker, CNSCO marker A horizontal dotted line is displayed

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Main Menu (continued) VIDEO CONFIG The underlined values are factory preset setting values. Sub menu Settings Explanation GAMMA Used to select the gamma curve. *1*2 SELECT Standard mode FILM mode Color emphasis mode (in the gamma characteristic in which shades are valued more than the contrasts, it is suitable for use by the studio and the post production, etc. ) When FILM is selected, mark is displayed in the top left of the scre

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Main Menu (continued) 3 About IP Mode By selecting “MODE1”, you can convert IP through Frame Interpolation. This unit has reduced the Frame Interpolation delay to 1 field or less, compared to our old models having caused 1 frame delay or more. Factory preset setting value is “MODE1” recommended for normal use. Depending on images, in very rare cases, noise may occur on the screen. In such a case, “MODE 2” is recommended. By selecting “MODE2”, you can convert IP through Field Interpolation. Dep

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Main Menu (continued) SYSTEM CONFIG The underlined values are factory preset setting values. Sub menu Settings Explanation CONT./BACK. Used to select the function to be assigned to [CONTRAST/ BACKLIGHT] (a knob on the front panel). Used to adjust CONTRAST. Used to adjust BACKLIGHT. BACKLIGHT < 0-60 > Used to adjust the LCD backlight level. SUB WINDOW Used to select the type of sub window. Used to reduce the whole input signal sc

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Main Menu (continued) FUNCTION The underlined values are factory preset setting values. Sub menu Settings Explanation FUNCTION 1 – Used to select the functions to be assigned to individual FUNCTION 5 buttons [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] (front-panel buttons). Displays the synchronizing signal (horizontal, vertical). The display is switched in the following order. DELAY OFF V DELAY H DELAY HV DELAY DELAY OFF

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Main Menu (continued) g Restrictions on various FUNCTION settings Under the following conditions, various settings are disabled. Setting Disabling condition HV DELAY In SUB WINDOW, WFM or PIXEL TO PIXEL mode, “INVALID FUNCTION” is displayed and the setting is disabled. When “YPBPR/RGB” set in “INPUT SELECT” menu is “RGB-COMP.”, “INVALID FUNCTION” is displayed and the setting is disabled. AUTO When “YPBPR/RGB” set in “INPUT SELECT” menu is other than “RGB-COMP.”, “NOT RGB- SETUP COMP. CH” is d

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Main Menu (continued) g About HV DELAY This displays the video blanking period. By pushing the button, you can switch through the H blanking display V blanking display H and V blanking display no blanking display. g About the SUB WINDOW You can compare saved still and moving images by using the “SUB WINDOW” function to separate the main window into 2 displays as shown below. Depending on the settings of the “SUB WINDOW” (FULL, PART) in the “SYSTEM CONFIG” menu ( page 21) it can be switched

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Main Menu (continued) g About WFM You can display the wave form monitor using the “WFM” function. The display changes each time you press one of the buttons, [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] ( page 22), assigned with the [WFM] function (To use the “WFM” function, you must assign it to one of the [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION5] buttons). Press the FUNCTION button assigned with the WFM function once. Normal window WFM display Press the same button again. WFM (Wave Form Monitor) The window is displayed

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Main Menu (continued) GPI The “GPI CONTROL” item is used to set enable/disenable of all GPI functions, and assigns functions to each of the GPI terminal pins ( page 30). The underlined values are factory preset setting values. Sub menu Settings Explanation GPI CONTROL GPI functions enable/disenable settings GPI1–GPI8 Used to set the GPI control terminal pin assign. You can set the same items for each terminal (refer to page 30 f

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Main Menu (continued) INPUT SELECT The underlined values are factory preset setting values. Sub menu Settings Explanation *1 VIDEO / Y/C Used to select the input format for VIDEO and Y/C input. Either NTSC or PAL is automatically selected. NTSC PAL NTSC SETUP <75> Selects the NTSC setup level. <00> <75> Select this when using with a setup signal of 7.5 IRE. (The inner parts of the monitor are set to the 7.5 IRE setup level to suit the black level) <0

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Main Menu (continued) g “PHASE” and “CLOCK” factory preset setting values FORMAT CLOCK PHASE FORMAT CLOCK PHASE 640x400(70Hz) 800 18 1024x768(60Hz) 1344 1 640x480(60Hz) 800 18 1024x768(70Hz) 1328 21 640x480(75Hz) 840 10 1024x768(75Hz) 1312 9 640x480(85Hz) 832 5 1024x768(85Hz) 1376 9 800x600(60Hz) 1056 27 1280x768(60Hz) 1728 1 800x600(75Hz) 1056 7 1280x768(75Hz) 1712 22 800x600(85Hz) 1048 24 1280x1024(60Hz) 1688 12 AUDIO Adjusting the speaker output. The underlined values are factory preset sett

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Main Menu (continued) CONTROL The underlined values are factory preset setting values. Sub menu Settings Explanation CONTROL Used to select the operation. (Combined control lock) Front operation enabled *1 Remote operation enabled (The front controls become locked) LOCAL When “REMOTE” is selected in “CONTROL”, this selects whether front *2 ENA. controls are enabled/disenabled. All front operations are disabled. All controls exc


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