To Apply RGB Color Correction to a Source

Both the Input RGB Mode menu and Bus RGB Mode menu work the same. The rest of this procedure shows the Input RGB Mode menu, but the procedures apply to both.

Tip: You can revert the color correction back to the default settings by pressing the Default X button for the component you want to default.
  1. Double-press the source button for the input video source, or bus, that you want to apply the RGB color corrector to.
  2. Press Input RGB or Bus RGB to select the type of RGB color corrector that is applied.
    • Input RGB — input-based color correction. The input BNC that is displayed on the menu is used.
    • Bus RGB — bus-based color correction. The ME and bus that is displayed on the menu is used.
  3. Press Red Adjust, Green Adjust, or Blue Adjust to adjust an individual color component, or RGB Adjust to adjust all three simultaneously.
  4. Use the Gain, Offset, and Lower Offset knobs to adjust the selected color component(s).
    • Gain — adjust the gain of the selected component(s).
    • Offset — adjust the offset of the selected component(s). Offset moves the line towards the top left or bottom right corner of the graph.
    • Lower Offset — adjust the lower offset of the selected component(s). The lower offset moves the minimum point on the graph along either the vertical axis or horizontal axis.
  5. Press Red Gamma, Green Gamma, or Blue Gamma to adjust the gamma of an individual color component, or RGB Gamma to adjust all three simultaneously.
  6. Use the Gamma Value and Gamma Offset knobs to adjust the gamma of the selected color component(s).
    • Gamma Value — adjust the gamma of the selected component(s).
    • Gamma Offset — adjust the offset of the gamma of the selected component(s). The gamma offset value moves the offset point along the graph line and the gamma value alters how much perpendicular offset is applied to the offset point.