This menu displays the active video format being output over HDMI, or SDI. A 4K to HD down conversion can be applied to the output, which allows you to send a 4K input signal to a HD device. When working in HDR a signal will be output with the HDR flag to activate the correct settings on a compatible HDR display. This can be useful if you wish to monitor log footage in the studio.
This section displays the resolution of the Input. When processing options are applied below it will be adjusted accordingly.
Displays the resolution and frame rate of the HDMI or SDI Output from your SHOGUN CONNECT. For more information on SDI Output refer to the SDI Output section.
4K to 2K Output
Allows you to scale 4K or UHD inputs for output. This will scale 4K to 2K and UHD will be scaled to HD 1080p.
When enabled, this setting trims the 17:9 DCI input to 16:9 converting the signal to UHD. When 4K to 2K Output is On, the output will down scale to HD.
Allows for the embedded timecode or in unit generated timecode to be looped out. The option is present to allow you to turn the timecode as this can disrupt some consumer equipment that is not intended to receive embedded timecode. Tap to toggle between on/off.
SDI Compatibility Mode
Some video devices use a slightly different version of the 12G standard, which can cause issues with their ability to detect a video signal that is output from an ATOMOS device. Enabling SDI Compatibility Mode will cause your SHOGUN CONNECT to send out a video signal in the format that these devices expect. Tap the switch to toggle between On and Off.
Here you are able to set a conversion from your LOG input to a HDR display standard such as HLG or PQ. You can also define the output color gamut from your camera’s gamut to a display standard for BT2020, DCI-P3 or Rec709.
Enable or disable HDR on the output.
Allows you to select the HDR type to output. Tap to cycle through PQ, HLG and Dolby Vision Tunnels.
Allows you to select the Gamut of the signal that is output. Tap to cycle through Rec.709, BT.2020 and DCI-P3.
Allows you to loop out LUTs that are applied to your image, so that they are also applied to the Output signal.