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Kris Merkel
Re: FSI monitor 8-bit, editing 10-bit
on Jul 23, 2013 at 4:33:01 pm

Video output Bit Depth from PrPro is debatable and I for one have measured 10bit YUV signals via PrPro -> IOXT -> FSI. Some others stand by the statement that it is only 8 bit. Someone from Adobe might be able to shed more light on this. I do know that the AJA control panel is processing the signal as 10bit YUV and sending that to the monitor. Like I said before at $2500 level you will only be looking at units with 8bit panels from any of the popular manufacturers.

The panel in the BM210 and LM-2140W are the same panel. The BM210 is capable of working in multiple colorspaces as well as importing user generated 3D Calibration and Look LUTs, accepting Dual-Link signals, and has the ability to display 2 live signals side by side where the LM-2140W works only in REC709, and has switched SDI inputs so Only one SDI input can be active at one time.

As I mentioned before, performance with regards to Color Fidelity will be identical on either of the units working in REC709

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