The unique Picture-by-Picture function of the OBM P series allows two different SDI input signals to be displayed on the screen simultaneously. This function is very convenient for making instant adjustments to two input sources because there is no longer a need to individually adjust the different characteristics of two monitors. The OBM P series offers various Picture-by-Picture modes as shown below:
1:1 Scan in PBP Mode
This function allows users to magnify either image of the two inputs.
Color Settings Adjustable to Either of Two Images in PBP Mode
This OBM PBP function allows users to adjust the color settings of any of the two images and compare the two images. HDR / SDR, Brightness, Contrast, Color Temperature, Camera Lut, and other color settings can be changed.
This unique function allows users to display the same image side by side, change the color settings of one image then compare the original image and the changed image on the screen.
Dual Waveform Monitor & Vector Scope
The OBM P series can display Waveform, Vector Scope on the two different SDI videos respectively, which is very useful and convenient for dual monitoring.
The area of the two pictures to be displayed can be changed using a vertical WIPE pattern. This function is useful when the picture detail of the two images is examined on a pixel basis.
High Dynamic Range(HDR) Display
The OBM series supports the display of High Dynamic Range footage.
Postium HDR function allows users to view both highlights and shadow details of scenes at the same time, resulting in more natural and realistic images.
The OBM series supports PQ EOTF (SMPTE ST 2084), Hybrid Log Gamma and S-Log3.
OBM-HDR displays both HDR and SDR(Standard Dynamic Range) versions of the image simultaneously for comparison.
This function controls the aperture level of a video signal and displays images on screen with sharpened edges to help camera focus operation.
This function minimizes the interlaced video processing time delay and is also useful when displaying fast-motion interlaced video content and when reducing the delay between video and audio.
Internal Video Processing Time
This function evaluates the Luma(Y’) level of the input image. If the certain Y’ level is set, the pixels with the designated Luma(Y’) level are displayed with the zebra pattern or the color pattern. Below are the three modes in OBM False Color:
Gamma value is adjustable from 1.0 to 3.0 as user’s preference to monitor in the dark area of the picture.
Any pictures taken in either light or dark environment can be easily watched or analyzed.
Camera Log Selection
The OBM series has the integrated camera LUT of the various camera manufacturers. It allows users to load the following camera logs.
Log-C, C-Log / S-Log2, S-Log3 / J-Log1. More camera LUTs will be updated.
Camera Log Mapped SDI Loopout
This function allows the loading of the camera log to the original image so the camera log mapped image can be sent to another monitor through an SDI loop out.
Remote Control via Ethernet
The OBM series can be connected via Ethernet connection and controlled remotely through a network.
The OBM series can display closed captions with an SDI input. It supports the CEA-708(HD-SDI closed captioning standard) and CEA-608(SD-SDI closed captioning standard).
Waveform & Vector Scope Position Changeable
Users have the option of choosing which corner of the screen they would like to position the Waveform and Vectro Scope.
Waveform & Vector Scope Size Adjustable
The size of the Waveform and Vector Scope can be changed between Small and Large.
System Data Copy
This function allows users to save the monitor’s configuration and adjustment settings on a USB memory stick and load them to other monitors. This is useful for multiple-monitor systems as it allows the transfer of one monitor’s setup and adjustment data to another.
The OBM series can display various markers, including aspect marker, area marker, and center marker. In addition, the detailed display settings of each marker are available. For example, the color, brightness, horizontal/vertical position, and thickness of aspect markers can all be adjusted.
Custom Marker allows the users to place top, bottom, left and right marker lines where they wish.
The total range of the SDI 10bit signal is 0 to 1023. The ranges 0 to 3 and 1020 to 1023 are the reserved values for Sync, and the total video signal range is 4 to 1019.
In a video signal, each primary component should lie between 0 and 100% of the video range between black level and peak level (R and G and B).
Ideally, video levels should lie within the specified limits so that programs can be distributed without adjustment.
100% White pattern : Y – 940, Cb – 512, Cr – 512
0% Black pattern : Y – 64, Cb – 512, Cr – 512
Expected Video Range : 64 to 940
In practice, it is difficult to avoid generating signals slightly out of range, and it is considered reasonable to allow a small tolerance. Therefore, the EBU recommends that the RGB components and the corresponding Luminance (Y) signal should not normally exceed the “preferred minimum/maximum” range of digital sample levels in the table above.
Type 1: Black Zebra
When the targeted color space is selected as BT.709, the pixels outside of the targeted color space are displayed as Black Zebra.
The pixels over Y Maximum, Chroma Maximum, RGB Maximum are displayed as Black Zebra, and the pixels below Y Minimum, Chroma Minimum, RGB Minimum are also displayed as Black Zebra.
Type 2: Black & White Zebra
When the targeted color space is selected as BT.709, the pixels outside of the targeted color space are displayed as Black or White Zebra. The pixels over Y Maximum, Chroma Maximum, RGB Maximum are displayed as Black Zebra, and the pixels below Y Minimum, Chroma Minimum, RGB Minimum are displayed as White Zebra.
Type 3: Mono
When the targeted color space is selected as BT.709, the pixels inside of the targeted color space are displayed as Mono, and the pixels outside of the targeted color space are displayed as the color. In this type, black and white area is not recognized.
When HDR mode is on, HDR Waveform is displayed on the screen.
The image source names and tally information can be displayed on the screen, with an external remote function via Ethernet. The TSL system protocol is supported. The color of the source name and tally color can be selected from the following colours: White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan and Magenta.
Password Lock for User Preset
When multiple users share the same monitor, each user can register his/her own password for their color temperature and user preset data. This ensures that users can access their preset data while keeping preset information safe from unauthorized use.
Custom 3D LUT File Import
The OBM series allow the user to import 3D Look-up Table for accurate and consistent color matching between individual displays as well as using customized ‘looks’ that have been created by 3rd party color-grading applications. 32ˆ³, 33ˆ³, 64ˆ³, 65ˆ³ cube file are supported.
* Specifications may be changed without notice.