To Apply Proc Amp Video Correction to a Source

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

Tip: You can revert the color correction back to the default settings by pressing the Default button.
  1. Double-press the source button for the input video source, or bus, that you want to apply the Proc Amp to.
  2. Press Input Proc Amp or Bus Proc Amp to select the type of proc amp that is applied.
    • Input Proc Amp — input-based color correction. The input BNC that is displayed on the menu is used.
    • Bus Proc Amp — bus-based color correction. The ME and bus that is displayed on the menu is used.
  3. Press Gain and use the Gain, Chroma Gain, and Lum Gain knobs to adjust the gain.
    • Gain — adjust the luminance and chrominance gain simultaneously.
    • Chroma Gain — adjust only the chrominance gain.
    • Lum Gain — adjust only the luminance gain.
  4. Press Cr Adjust and use the Cr Gain and Cr Offset knobs to adjust the red color difference component.
    • Cr Gain — adjust the gain of the red color difference.
    • Cr Offset — adjust the offset of the red color difference.
  5. Press Cb Adjust and use the Cb Gain and Cb Offset knobs to adjust the blue color difference component.
    • Cb Gain — adjust the gain of the blue color difference.
    • Cb Offset — adjust the offset of the blue color difference.
  6. Press Hue/Black Level and use the Hue Rotate and Black Level knobs to adjust the hue and black levels.
    • Hue Rotate — increasing the hue rotation turns the color wheel clockwise, and decreasing the hue rotation turns the color wheel counter-clockwise.
    • Black Level — acts as a luminance offset and moves the line towards the top left or bottom right corner on the luminance graph.
  7. Press Lum Gamma and use the Gamma Value and Gamma Offset knobs to adjust luminance gamma.
    • Gamma Value — adjust the luminance gamma value.
    • Gamma Offset — adjust the luminance gamma offset.