Wow what a big 4K Monitor…but what are all the features…watch and find out.
For any type of professional video editing or post production work, a monitor that accurately displays color to industry standards is an indispensable tool. ColorEdge offers a wide selection of monitors that meet a studio or broadcaster’s needs for both editing and reference monitors. In addition, 3D LUTs can be imported using the bundled ColorNavigator software to emulate filmlook on a ColorEdge monitor’s screen.
Display of black is critical when editing video in a dark studio. Bringing out the details in blacks is usually difficult with an LCD monitor because its backlight is always lit up, but the ColorEdge CG246 and CG276 have high contrast ratios so the dark tones retain their depth.
They also come with backlit control buttons to improve visibility in dimly-lit environments and an on-screen button guide to indicate what each button is for.
1080/24p playback, 10-bit grayscale range display, and a 3D lut are also included with most ColorEdge CG monitors so you can use them for a wide range of tasks from editing to confirmation.
With content published on so many different types of printed and digital media it’s critical to know how your clients will see color. A ColorEdge monitor and the bundled ColorNavigator software let you do just that as they are designed for both softproofing and digital device emulation. So now you can “predict” how color will appear to your clients whether you produce content for printed media like books and magazines or for digital media devices like tablets, smart phones, and notebook computers.
The ColorEdge CG232W meets the various demands of post-production, including color grading, image evaluation, and nonlinear editing for broadcasting. A button on the monitor’s front bezel for switching between PC and SDI signals lets studio professionals do both video editing and reference (playback) on a single monitor.