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Customizing the function settings
Use the (
) arrow buttons to select the desired option, and then press the
confirm your selection.
Press the (
) arrow button to return to the previous menu.
4:3 Pan & Scan
are available for your choice.
You can define the video output resolution in this option.
Selecting a resolution the TV does not support could result in an unstable picture or loss of
the picture. See the documentation that came with the TV to find the resolutions the TV
Only the HDMI
output on your player supports 1080p video output at any frame rate.
To select the RGB, YCbCr, YCbCr422, or Full RGB to match your TV for perfect display effect.
This option decides whether to turn off the Deep Color (color depth) setting for video signals
output from the HDMI OUT jack.
Connecting the player and a TV that supports HDMI
Deep Color allows more accurate color
reproduction than when connecting it to a TV that does not support HDMI
Deep Color. It is
recommended to set this option Off if the picture is unstable or colors appear unnatural.
Movies are recorded on film at a rate of 24 pictures (frames) per second. Many of the movies on
Blu-ray™ discs are placed on the discs at this frame rate. However, not all TVs can display 24
progressive frames/second of video. If the TV cannot display this frame rate, you need to turn off
: Adjust the brightness of the picture.
: Adjust the contrast of the picture. The black portions of the picture become richer in
darkness and the white become brighter.
: Adjust the hue of the picture.
: Adjust the amount of color in the picture.
Adjust the sharpness levels (Low, Middle or High) to improve detail in the picture.
If your TV is a high-definition TV(HDTV) connected to the HDMI
jack on your
player and you want your player to set the output resolution based on information
exchanged between the TV and your player over the HDMI
If your TV is a standard-definition TV (SDTV) capable of 480i only.
If your TV is an enhanced-definition TV (EDTV) capable of 480p only.
If your TV is a high-definition TV (HDTV) capable of 720p only.
If your TV is a high-definition TV (HDTV) capable of 1080i only.
If the TV is a high-definition TV (HDTV) capable of 1080p (any frame rate)
connected to the HDMI
jack on your player.