Originally Posted by muad'dib
(1) How does one have this unit only output let's say 1080p but allow frame rates to match source. Example: Output would be 1080p for all inputs( even if source was 720p), but, if source was 24fps the output would follow. Etc
(2) Also, what does the 3-d adjustment do? Like the phase etc??
(1) This is the factory default for current software.
24 Hertz in -> Display optimal resolution at 24 Hertz out (if supported by display)
50 Hertz in -> Display optimal resolution at 50 Hertz out
60 Hertz in -> Display optimal resolution at 60 Hertz out
If you are not at factory default and want this the easiest method is to select output as "Auto 2,1" if display is on output 2, or "Auto 1,2" if the display is on output 1.
There is another method that is more work but allows more flexibility for each mode. This would use the input "sub-resolution memories" to select a different output "Mode" for each input resolution and/or rate. For example, you might use this more advanced method if you had 480i/1080i coming in to the Radiance and you know it is true film source to have the Radiance select 24p output for these input rates. This might be associated with MEMB, while the normal output rates for these might be associated with MEMA.
If you need more information on this, please read through the manual and tech-tips (on our support page), and then if you still need help, you can contact us at email@example.com
. You can also post questions on our support forum shown on our "links" page of our support webpage.
(2) Normally the 3D glasses "Phase" is controled by the 3D display/projector. If you have a CRT projector (or "3D ready" display/projector) and doing 3D using our "CRT-3D" glasses driver, the Radiance controls the 3D-glasses polarity and phase.