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PC, Mac, Black, silver, 1920 x 1200, 0.258 mm, 200 cd/m2, 350:1, 16.7 million colors, 3 years warranty

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SWOP Application Data Sheet

Remote Director

Collaborative Soft Proofing using the
The SWOP Review Committee has approved the use of off-press proofs as input material to publications. SWOP Specifications recommend that: The appearance of an off-press proof used in this application must closely simulate a SWOP Certified Press Proof. See other explanations and recommendations as outlined on pages 21 and 47 of the 2001 edition of the SWOP specifications.
Sony 23 SDM-P232W LCD Display

MANUFACTURER

Integrated Color Solutions, Inc. 60 Madison Avenue, Suite 1105 New York, NY 10010 USA

PRODUCT

Remote Director Version 2.6

INTRODUCTION

Remote Director is the first collaborative video-based soft proofing system that works in a fully color-managed environment. Using custom monitor calibration and profiling techniques along with industry- standard ICC output profiles and the Sony 23 in. SDMP232W LCD Display, Remote Director can accurately soft proof all SWOP based printing environments. Color matching is based on an ICC profile built from the data contained in ANSI CGATS TR 001 as suggested by SWOP Incorporated.
Copyright 2004 Integrated Color Solutions

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Remote Director SWOP Application Data Sheet

CONTROL GUIDE

SWOP specifies that a control guide such as the GATF Proofing Bar be supplied on every off-press proof. As a minimum, this guide should contain solids of the primary process colors and two-color overprints, as well as a 25%, 50% and 75% tints in 133-line screen ruling of each of the process colors. Additional areas such as 1%, 2%, 3%, 5% and 95%, 97%, 98%, 99% may be particularly useful in digital proofing. Any proofing bar that contains the above values can be used. A virtual proofing bar satisfying these criteria is included in the Remote Director application.

SYSTEM COMPONENTS

Apple Power Mac G4 with 500 MB SDRAM. Monitor: Sony 23 inch SDM-P232W LCD Display (hereafter Sony 23 LCD) Spectrophotometer: GretagMacbeth Eye-One Monitor, Eye-One Photo or Eye-One Pro (without UV filter.) Software: Mac OS X 10.2.6 or later ICS Remote Director 2.6 or later Viewing booth: A variable-intensity monitor-side viewing station with D50 reflective lighting. Best: Good: Acceptable: Environment: The room where Remote Director is installed must have controlled lighting. Room lighting incident at the monitor and viewing booth plane MUST not exceed 30% and SHOULD not exceed 10% of the dimmed booth brightness. The room walls should be neutral gray and the room lighting should be D50 color with no direct entry of daylight. Viewing: Viewing angle is an important consideration when using Remote Director. The user should only judge color when sitting directly in front of, and perpendicular to, the display. The viewing station should be angled so that the viewer can make comparisons without changing their viewing angle relative to the display. The section VIEWING INSTRUCTIONS explains how to compare a soft proof to a hard copy proof.
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GTI SOFV-1Ex GTI SOFV-1E or 2E GTI PDV-3D

System Set-up:

1. Power up the G4, Sony 23 LCD and viewing booth and allow at least 30 minutes for all components to warm up. 2. Click the Menu button on the Sony 23 LCD and navigate to the sub menu containing Brightness, Contrast etc. Set the controls to the following values: a. Backlight: b. Contrast: c. Brightness: d. Color: e. Gamma: 50 5000K Gamma1
3. Install the Remote Director application on the Apple G4 computer. 4. Connect the Eye-One spectrophotometer via an available powered USB port. NOTE: The Eye-One may need to be connected directly to the CPU to receive enough power. 5. Select Prepare Proof from the File menu, name the job something like SWOP Test, and click OK. 6. In the palette that follows set Color Temperature to D50 and Luminance to Maximum, then click Add Files 7. Navigate to the file(s) you wish to proof. Highlight the file or files and click Add then Done. Your files will be displayed in Remote Directors main window. NOTE: PDFs should be rasterized at minimum of 150 DPI (Remote Director default) for proper color viewing. 8. Select Display Calibrate from the menu bar and the Remote Director Display Calibrator palette will appear. 9. Follow the instructions as Remote Director builds the monitor profile. NOTE: This will take several minutes, during which time room lighting must remain absolutely constant. If the ambient room lighting changes for any reason, re-start the calibration process. 10. When calibration is finished, the file will be displayed with the default CMYK source profile. Open the Color Management palette from the Tools menu and select the profile named ICS SWOP 2004 in the Source Profile Custom popup list. Be sure to activate the radio button alongside the list to make the selection active. If ICS SWOP 2004 is not in the list, download it from www.icscolor.com. 11. Hide all the tools palettes, unless you have two displays where you can move them to the second display. Click on Tools and select Close All. 12. Click on the Maximize Window button, green in the upper left hand corner of the active image window. Make sure that the image window covers the full

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Remote Director SWOP Application Data Sheet display area, and that no background is showing. You are now ready to evaluate the proof. 13. From the Tools menu, select the Navigation palette when you need to navigate around in the image, or change image. Hide the palette for evaluation.
VII. VIEWING INSTRUCTIONS
This section is included to ensure the best possible comparison between the soft proofing screen and an actual hard-copy proof. Because todays monitor technologies cannot achieve the illumination intensity of a standard pre-press viewing booth, a soft proof will appear too dark when compared to a hard copy proof illuminated in a standard graphic arts viewing booth. A dimmable D50 viewing booth located alongside the monitor mitigates this problem. 1. Adjust the light intensity of the viewing booth so that the base material (paper) of the hard-copy proof is the same apparent brightness as the simulated paper on the soft proof. To display a large area of simulated proofing paper, slide the Matte control in the Navigation tool to the right. NOTE: The brightness level to which the viewing booth must be dimmed depends on the age and calibration settings of the monitor, as well as the evenness of light distribution within the viewing booth itself. Owing to the wide range of variables, the dimming process is best governed by subjective judgment rather than instrumentation. 2. Note that all viewing booths exhibit some lighting unevenness, usually appearing brighter nearer the light source. This unevenness is typically worse in smaller booths and can significantly affect the apparent match between a soft proof and a hard-copy proof. Viewing booths that illuminate from two or more directions, such as the GTI SOFV-1EX, largely eliminate this problem. 3. Check the viewing booth for evenness and decide the best position in which to place the hard copy proof. When viewing very large hard-copy proofs it may be necessary to adjust the booth intensity so that the area of interest is illuminated to the same brightness as the monitor. 4. Image size can affect apparent matching quality. For the most critical match, adjust the soft proof to the same magnification as the hard copy proof.
VIII. FINISHED PROOF CHARACTERISTICS
To verify that the displayed proof meets this application data sheet you can measure your displays rendition of a Virtual Proofing Bar using Remote Directors Verify SWOP Sony 23 LCD selection from the Display option in the menu bar and follow the wizard based instructions. Standard measured values for each patch in the proofing bar (listed below) are stored as a data set within Remote Director. During the Verify SWOP function these stored values are compared to the measured values and an average delta-e (color difference) is

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Remote Director SWOP Application Data Sheet displayed, along with a peak value for the patch with most difference. If your average delta-E and peak value delta-E are less than 3.0, your display is within the ADS specification of color matching. If it is the delta-E is greater then 3 you should re-check that the settings match the ADS and re-profile. If the delta-E is still greater then 3, it is likely the age of your display compared to the display used for certification.

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Remote Director SWOP Application Data Sheet Standard Proofing Bar Values for SWOP Verification
Absolute Color Cyan Magenta Yellow Black Red Green Blue Cyan Magenta Yellow Black Red Green Blue Cyan Magenta Yellow Black Red Green Blue Cyan Magenta Yellow Black Red Green Blue Paper Density 100 M 100 Y 100 C 100 Y 100 C 100 M 75 M 75 Y 75 C 75 Y 75 C 75 M 50 M 50 Y 50 C 50 Y 50 C 50 M 25 M 25 Y 25 C 25 Y 25 C 25 M 0 L* 58.48 46.68 83.73 36.27 43.85 52.14 25.38 63.84 56.59 85.19 40.24 55.62 59.30 38.57 72.15 66.37 85.67 56.89 64.67 68.95 53.45 80.28 76.22 87.19 73.64 75.31 78.86 69.16 88.71 a* -26.72 68.40 -3.93 1.75 64.18 -53.23 19.09 -27.85 48.19 -5.62 0.54 43.96 -41.38 14.43 -18.04 32.73 -5.04 -0.11 28.39 -24.68 12.33 -9.87 16.18 -2.63 0.11 14.66 -12.84 6.66 -0.99 b* -38.87 -2.65 71.53 0.23 43.89 30.79 -42.71 -31.89 -3.79 62.57 0.77 38.17 21.43 -33.71 -20.28 -3.08 40.63 0.85 28.37 16.32 -22.60 -9.51 -1.86 21.10 1.09 15.26 10.07 -12.18 1.91
Sony is a registered trademarks of Sony Electronics, Inc. SWOP is a registered trademark of SWOP, Inc. Eye-One is a registered trademark of GretagMacbeth Remote Director is a registered trademark of Integrated Color Solutions, Inc.
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HDVI-10

Users Manual

Version 0.96b (2/2004)

Doremi Labs, Inc. Burbank, California

1 Tables of Contents

Tables of Contents....2 Description.....3 HDVI-10 Operation....4 3.1 Auto Mode.....4 3.2 Pass Through Mode....HDVI Supported Output Resolutions....HDVI-10 With 2 Inputs....Infrared Remote Functions....RS422 Port.....6 7.1 Wiring of the RS422-RS232 Cable....Recommended LCD Monitors....8 8.1 Note about the Viewsonic VP2290b....8 8.2 Note about the Samsung 240T....8 8.3 Note about the Sony SDM-P232W....8 8.4 Note about the Apple Cinema Displays....HDVI Firmware Update Procedure....9 9.1 Setup.....9 9.2 Update using the HDVI_update.bat batch file..Specifications....2 3

2 Description

HDVI is a compact digital video interface that converts serial digital video (SDI and HDSDI) to DVI (digital RGB). It automatically detects the input scan rate and supports a wide variety of video formats including PAL, NTSC, 720p, 1080p and 1080i. HDVI can be connected to computer LCD monitors, HDTV Televisions with DVI input, video projectors and displays (Plasma, DLP, D-ILA etc.). It supports both DVI-HDTV Televisions (no scaling) and DVI-LCD monitors (automatic scaling).

3 HDVI-10 Operation

On power up, the HDVI-10 will automatically detect the input format of the SDI video and will send a message to the monitor connected via DVI requesting its EDID parameters. The EDID parameters of the connected monitor will be used by the HDVI-10 to determine its output resolution. The HDVI-10 can operate in two modes. Auto Mode (default) and Pass Through Mode. In all output modes, the HDVI will always keep the aspect ratio of the input. If you notice a change in the aspect ratio, it would be caused by the monitor and not by the HDVI-10. Both output modes are described in detail below.

3.1 Auto Mode

1. EDID reports 1024x768, 1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x800 or 1280x1024: In this case, the output of the HDVI-10 will be set to match the resolution reported by EDID 2. EDID reports 1920x1200: The output will be set to 1280x800 3. EDID reports 1920x540 (common for HDTV): The output will be set to 1280x720 4. EDID reports none of the above resolutions: The output will be set to 1280x1024 5. EDID message not received (some special cables): The output will be set to 1280x1024 The HDVI-10 output can be forced out of Auto mode to a specific resolution using the 1 button on a Sony infrared remote control. Pressing the 1 button will jump through the following modes of operation: Auto mode (described above), 1024x768, 1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x800, and 1280x1024 A Pass Through Mode is also available (see below).

3.2 Pass Through Mode

This mode can be invoked by pressing the RECALL or JUMP button on a standard Sony infrared remote control. Pressing the RECALL will toggle to 3 different modes: 1. Pass Through OFF: The output pixel resolution will be displayed at 60 frames per second. 2. Pass Through ON: Available for 1080i, 1080p and 720p inputs. The output resolution will be the same as the input regardless of the output mode setting. Example: If the input is 24p (1920x1080-24FPS), the output will be 1920x1080-24FPS. The advantages of this mode: No Delay: Since the HDVI-10 does not perform any scaling the conversion delay is minimal. When the HDVI-10 scales, the delay is 1 frame Pixel to Pixel: On monitors that have a resolution above 1920x1080 and support 1920x1080 HD formats, the input can be viewed pixel to pixel without any scaling. 3. Pass Through Frame Rate Only: The output resolution will be displayed at the same frame rate as the input. This mode is very useful with 24FPS and 25FPS inputs because it bypasses the frame rate conversion that usually causes motion artifacts.
4 HDVI Supported Output Resolutions
HDVI works with all DVI monitors that support any of the following resolutions: Automatic Scaling: 1024x768, 1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x800, 1280x1024. No Scaling: 1080p (1920x1080 @24/25/30), 1080i (1920x540 @48/50/60) and 720p (1280x720 @60). To save the output resolution to the HDVI-10 flash EPROM, press ENT,1,2,3 on your Sony infrared monitor. When you reboot the HDVI-10, it will restore the output mode from flash. The default output mode is Auto Mode. If the input signal is PAL, you can force the output to 50Hz using the RECALL button on your Sony infrared remote control.

5 HDVI-10 With 2 Inputs

If you purchased the HDVI-10 with the dual input capability (Model# HDVI-10-2), you can switch between inputs using the TV/VIDEO button on your standard Sony infrared remote control. If the input format on both inputs is the same, the switch is immediate. If the input format on both inputs is different, the switching will take few seconds.
6 Infrared Remote Functions
Starting with version 0.96, the infrared remote functions are disabled at boot time. You must press ENT,4,5,6 to enable them. This is a list of all the functions that are available on the HDVI-10 using a standard Sony Infrared Remote Control: Input Select TV/VIDEO: Switches between SDI input A and input B. This feature is available only with the dual-input HDVI-10-2. Set Pass Through Mode RECALL or JUMP: Toggles the HDVI-10 to Pass Through ON, Frame Rate Only and OFF. Default is OFF. Set Color Mode 0: Toggles the color mode between RGB 0-255, RGB 16-235, Blue only and Blue only Bright. The default is RGB 0-255. Set Output Mode 1: Toggles the output mode between: Auto, 1024x768, 1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x800 and 1280x1024. Save Current Settings to Flash ENT,1,2,3: Saves the current settings to flash. When you press ENT, the HDVI-10 will not accept any of the remote commands described above until you press 3 more buttons. If the combination you press is different than 1,2,3, the save to flash will be aborted.
When you are done using the remote, you can disable its functoionality by pressing ENT,4,5,6

7 RS422 Port

The HDVI-10 has an RS422 port that can be used to view the current settings of the unit. To connect the RS422 port to a PC you need a special RS422-RS232 cable that can be purchased from Doremi by contacting support@doremilabs.com You can also make the cable using the wiring diagram shown at the end of this document. Connect COM1 of the PC to the HDVI-10 using the RS422-RS232 cable Run HyperTerminal on your PC and make a direct connection on COM1 Connection Properties should be set to: 38400 Bauds, 8 Data Bits, Odd Parity, 1 Stop Bit, and None Flow Control.
When you power up the HDVI-10, plug or unplug the SDI input or DVI output. Messages will be displayed in the HyperTerminal window indicating the input and output formats as well as the native monitor resolution reported by the EDID message. Since the HDVI-10 does not have OSD capabilities, this is the only way to verify the HDVI current settings. Auto Mode shows the input format in the message, other modes dont (see example below) A or B after the input format designates the input channel. p after the output format designates a progressive output mode. PT after the output format designates a pass through mode.

Typical output in Auto Mode (1280x1024 LCD) IN 480iA; OUT 1280x1024p; SC 1280x1024 pix_clk : 10800 activ_h : 1280 blank_h : 408 activ_v : 1024 blank_v : 42 Typical output in Non Auto Mode (1280x1024LCD) OUT 1280x1024p; SC 1280x1024 pix_clk : 10800 activ_h : 1280 blank_h : 408 activ_v : 1024 blank_v : 42
7.1 Wiring of the RS422-RS232 Cable
(PC/RS232) DB9-F Front View

HDVI-10 DB9-M Front View

CD RXD TXD DTR GND DSR RTS CTS RI Shell
Frame GND TXA RXB RX_GND SPARE TX_GND TXB RXA Frame GND Shell

Wiring List:

HDVI (1) to HDVI Shell to PC Shell HDVI (2) to PC (2) HDVI (8) to PC (3) HDVI (3 + 4 + 6) to PC (5)
Note: For a true RS422 connection, you can use an adapter made by KK Systems (Part Number K422-99). This adapter connects to the RS232 port on the PC and provides an RS422 connection on the other side. To connect the K422-99 to the HDVI, use a standard RS422 cable (Male DB9 to Male DB9 pin to pin). A true RS422 connection allows for a better connection and longer cables.
8 Recommended LCD Monitors
All LCD monitors that support the resolutions listed in this document would work properly with the HDVI-10. Based on our tests and experience, we recommend the following LCD monitors: Samsung 172W (17), NEC LCD1960SX (19) and Samsung 240T (24) If your application uses 16x9 aspect ratio, select the Samsung 172W or 240T If your application uses 4x3 aspect ratio, select the NEC LCD1960SX or LCD1980SX For HDTVs and Projectors there is a large selection and Doremi has no specific recommendations.
8.1 Note about the Viewsonic VP2290b
The VP2290b is a 3840x2400 monitor that supports all formats generated by the HDVI-10. In 1080p (24/25/30) pass through mode, this monitor shows the image pixel to pixel. In addition this monitor is pre-adjusted according to ITU-709 to be used as a high def. reference monitor. The combination of the HDVI-10 with the VP2290b makes a low cost reference monitor that competes with CRT reference monitors that are priced above $30,000 US Dollars.
8.2 Note about the Samsung 240T
The 240T is a 1920x1200 LCD monitor that supports all formats generated by the HDVI-10 except 1080p. For 1080i @60 applications we recommend the Samsung 240T over the Sony SDM-P232 because the 240T can display 1080i @60 pixel to pixel.

8.3 Note about the Sony SDM-P232W
The SDM-P232 is a 1920x1200 LCD monitor that supports all formats generated by the HDVI-10 except 1080i and 1080p.
8.4 Note about the Apple Cinema Displays
The Apple Cinema Displays 20 only supports a DVI signal at 1680x1050. The Apple HD Cinema Displays 23 only supports a DVI signal at 1920x1200. Since the HDVI-10 cannot output these resolutions, the Apple 20 and 23 monitors will not work with the HDVI-10. Doremi Labs plans to have a new version of the HDVI converter specifically for the Apple Cinema Displays available in the 3rd quarter of 2004. Current owners of the HDVI converter can add this Cinema Display functionality by purchasing the upgrade.
9 HDVI Firmware Update Procedure
To update the firmware on the HDVI you will need the following files: hdvi_set_flash_mode.exe, HDVI_flash.exe, HDVI_update.bat and the HDVI_096.bin firmware file.

9.1 Setup

1. Use only a PC running Windows 2000 or Windows XP. 2. All four files listed above should reside in the directory where the command prompt goes to by default. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT. Open a Command Prompt Window and see what directory is listed and copy all four files into that same directory. 3. Connect COM-1 of your PC to the RS422 port of the HDVI using the RS422-RS232 cable described in this document. 4. Connect your HDVI to a valid SDI source and monitor its output on a DVI monitor.
9.2 Update using the HDVI_update.bat batch file
We created the HDVI_update.bat batch file to simplify the firmware update procedure. 1. Open a command prompt window. 2. Type HDVI_update and hit Enter (DO NOT RUN THE UPDATE BY DOUBLE CLICKING ON THE HDVI_update.bat FILE) 3. Enter the COM port number and hit Enter. The monitor should lose its display indicating that the HDVI has entered flash mode. If the monitor does not lose its display, YOU SHOULD NOT CONTINUE. Contact support@doremilabs.com. 4. Type "f HDVI_096.bin" (note the space after f) or any other bin file you are upgrading to then hit Enter. 5. The upgrade process will start by erasing the existing flash and installing the new one. When done the unit will return a "---- DONE ----" message. 6. Type: "r" then hit Enter to reset the HDVI and quit the application. It is important to type "r" to reset and quit, otherwise you have to disconnect power from the HDVI and then connect it back.

10 Specifications

INPUT SMPTE 259M-C (270Mbps) and SMPTE 292M (1.485, 1.485/1.001 Gbps) NTSC, PAL, 720p @ 60, 59.94Hz 1080p @ 30, 29.97, 25, 24 & 23.98Hz, 1080i @ 60, 59.94, 50, 48 & 47.95Hz OUTPUT DVI (Digital RGB) and DVI-HDTV (Digital RGB with HDTV resolution/frame rate) Connector: DVI-D, Female, compliant to DVI 1.0 SUPPORTED MONITORS Depending on your DVI monitor's resolution, the HDVI will either scale the video to fit your screen, or output the video without scaling. GENERAL Size: Prox. 1 1/8th x 3 x 5 (28mm x 95mm x 14mm) Power: External Power Adapter with a locking power connector

 

Technical specifications

Full description

Sony's PREMIERPRO 23" Flat Panel LCD delivers technology to the professional. Wide-screen display easily views multi-page layouts or additional toolbars, perfect for those who require maximum real estate. Slim bezel combined with dual and digital inputs make this perfect for multi-tasking applications. Wall mount with built-in power supply and cable management system maximizes desktop space. Panoramic 16: 10 aspect ratio can easily view multi-page layouts or add additional toolbars, perfect for professionals who require maximum screen real estate. Slim bezel combined with integrated power supply and cable management system is designed to keep space-constrained workspaces organized and clutter-free. Lower power consumption provides increased savings throughout the life of the product.

General
Display TypeLCD display / TFT active matrix
Width22.3 in
Depth9.9 in
Height17.6 in
Weight28.7 lbs
Enclosure ColorBlack, silver
Display
Diagonal Size23" - widescreen
Viewable Size23"
Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch0.258 mm
Max Resolution1920 x 1200
Color Support16.7 million colors
Max Sync Rate (V x H)85 Hz x 92 kHz
Response Time40 ms
Controls / AdjustmentsBrightness, contrast, H/V position, gamma correction, input select, color temperature, zoom, phase, pitch, smoothing
Display Positions AdjustmentsTilt
OSD LanguagesEnglish, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese
Display Screen CoatingAnti-reflective, hard coating
Signal Input2xDVI-D, 2xVGA
Image
Image Color Temperature9300K, adjustable, 5000K, 6500K
Image Aspect Ratio16:10
Image Brightness200 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio350:1
Image Max H-View Angle170
Image Max V-View Angle170
Video Input
Analog Video SignalRGB
Digital Video StandardDigital Visual Interface (DVI)
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces2 x VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) 2 x DVI-D - 24 pin digital DVI
Miscellaneous
Cables Included1 x VGA cable 1 x DVI cable
Flat Panel Mount Interface100 x 100 mm
FeaturesWall mountable
Compliant StandardsPlug and Play, FCC Class B certified, CE, IC Class B, DDC-2B, TCO '95, UL 1950, IEC 60950, CSA C22.2
Power
Voltage Required( 50/60 Hz )
Power Consumption Operational78 Watt
Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep3 Watt
Software / System Requirements
Software IncludedDrivers & Utilities
Environmental Standards
ENERGY STAR QualifiedYes
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support3 years warranty
Service & Support DetailsLimited warranty - parts and labor - 3 years Limited warranty - backlight - 3 years
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature41 °F
Max Operating Temperature95 °F
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandSony
Part NumbersSDM-P232W/B, SDM-P232W/B-FB

 

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