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6. Configurator, General projector settings
Image load mode
6.8.5 Minimum frame delay
In normal mode, the processing (scaling and de-interlacing) in DLP projectors introduces a few frames
delay (from input to screen). Setting the option Minimum Delay to "ON" disables all scaling and de-inter-
lacing in the processing and reduces frame delay of the projector (from input to screen) to ONE frame,
caused by the formatter board (DLP technology restriction). The intended use of this option is to apply
native and progressive data t
o the projector and displaying it with minimum delay, using the full resolution
of the projector. Other formats will be displayed either unscaled and/or interlaced.
This feature can be used if additional delay in the projector is not acceptable. For instance if a projector
is showing the DVI loop out of another DLP or if an external scaler/de-interlacer does the processing.
How to toggle the delay
1. Click on Advanced (a). (image 6-17)
The Advanced control dialog box opens.
2. To set up the Minimum frame delay setting, check the radio button of your choice (b).
On frame delay reduced with one frame.
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