Provides access to additional monitor settings.
Small Dialogs on 9" LCD
The dialogs on the RED Touch 9.0" LCD are smaller than the default dialogs.
Allow Reduced Judder Preview
Reduced Judder Preview allows the camera to preview images at a refresh rate that is twice the project time base. For example, if the project time base is 23.98 FPS or 24.00 FPS, enabling Reduced Judder Preview causes the LCD or EVF to have a refresh rate of 48 Hz (50 Hz).
You cannot use Reduced Judder Preview when:
- Varispeed is enabled.
- Speed Ramp mode is enabled.
- Genlock is enabled.
- The shutter angle is 180° or greater.
NOTE: When you disable Reduced Judder Preview mode, the image on the EVF may be disrupted for up to three (3) seconds.
Applies Flip/Mirror to all monitors. For more information, go to Flip/Mirror.
Control the sharpness of each monitor output. Move to the left for a sharper image; move to the right for a less sharp image.
NOTE: The camera applies the sharpness setting to recorded proxy files.
Auto Focus Peaking
When Auto Focus Peaking mode is enabled (either Focus or Edge), the camera automatically goes onto Focus Peaking mode when you manually adjust the focus via the lens.
- Off: The camera does not automatically go into Focus Peaking mode.
- Focus: The camera automatically goes into Focus Peaking mode when you manually adjust the focus via the lens. Emphasizes contrast and edges in the image without changing brightness or image content making it easier to judge focus.
- Edge: The camera automatically goes into Focus Peaking mode when you manually adjust the focus via the lens. Shows the edges/outlines of objects that are in focus.
- Lock Touchscreen: Touchscreen control is locked. To unlock, tap the screen and follow the on-screen instructions.
- Pinch to Magnify: Move two (2) fingers apart or together to toggle Magnify. For more information, go to Display Modes: Magnify.
- Double Tap Right to Record: Double-tap the right 25% of the video area on the LCD to toggle record.
- Double Tap Left to AF: Double-tap the left 25% of the video area on the LCD to start autofocus when compatible lenses are used.
Offset the video of the HD-SDI out to align it with the genlock signal:
- Negative offset: Advances the video, so the video reaches the switcher earlier than it would otherwise.
- Positive offset: Delays the video, so the video reaches the switcher later than it would otherwise.