EBU – TECH 3320

User requirements for Video Monitors in Television Production, Version 1.1, 2008


 

Contents
Scope 5
1. Definition of a Grade 1 monitor
2. Definition of a Grade 2 monitor
3. Definition of a Grade 3 monitor
4. Special application of display
4.1 Viewfinder monitor
4.2 Displays used for set desig
4.3 Displays used in location shooting, or on set/studio floo
5. Requirements
5.1 Luminance ranges
5.2 Black level
5.3 Contrast rati
5.4 Gamma characteristics
5.5 Grey scale reproduction
5.6 Colour gamut and colour reproduction
5.7 Colour temperature
5.8 Viewing-angle dependency
5.9 Motion artefacts
5.10 Screen resolution
5.11 Image scaling, de-interlacing and overscan
5.12 Delay time
5.13 Screen size
5.14 Uniformity
5.15 Mura (imperfections in LCD panels)
5.16 Streaking (also known as crosstalk, overspill or shadowing)
5.17 Stability and environmental conditions
5.18 Pixel defects
5.19 Ringing and handling of under- and over-shoots
5.20 Treatment of illegal signals
5.21 Image sticking (long-term after-image)
5.22 Supported Standards, and signal interfaces
5.23 Other facilities
5.24 Acoustic Noise
5.25 Surface reflectivity (glare)
6. References
7. Bibliography

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