Define which signal you wish to view and where to output; set up color properties to monitor your footage in its intended color space, for example DCI-P3 for previewing your footage the way it may appear in cinema projection.
Actual Input/Output settings dependent on monitor model.
Use this section to choose your input and adjust related settings.
View the HD-SDI source plugged into ‘SDI IN 2’.
Dual HD-SDI inputs available on SmallHD's Production monitors (13" and up).
SDI 2 is a pass though, only SDI 1 OUT is assignable.
The following options become available when the monitor has been calibrated (see Calibration section for details). This allows you to safely define a color space, white point and Log correction that are within the bounds of your calibration.
Manage settings related to wireless protocols (*Option only available on Teradek TX or RX Integrated monitors).
Here is where you want to select the exact color space your camera is outputting to display properly on the monitor.
Here is where you want to select the white point your camera is outputting to see it reflected on the monitor.
Choose how signals flow once you plug in your camera.
This option will send HDMI 'downstream' via the 'HDMI OUT' port on the monitor.
Any tools you have applied to the Output Page (such as a Look/3D LUT) will display on any monitor connected via HDMI OUT
This option will send HD-SDI 'downstream' via the 'HDMI OUT' port on the monitor.
Any tools you have applied to the Output Page (such as a Look/3D LUT) will display on any monitor connected via HD-SDI OUT
The Output Page enables lets you apply tools to a downstream output just like with any other page, enabling any monitor or TV to display, for example, a properly graded image on set, especially useful for client monitoring.
If you wish to apply tools to the output of your monitor before an output is physically connected (for example to set it up before shooting), check this option.
This will enable the output page only if you are outputting a signal. This option is useful when you wish to keep your interface free of clutter when no signal is being output but still allows you the ability to configure it when it is.