These pages provide settings for the input, monitor and output. Once you have entered one of these menu pages, you can swipe left or right on the screen to move between the menu pages.
This menu provides options for the input signal.
Some of the Input menu settings cannot be adjusted by the AtomRemote app. Thee settings should be adjusted from the Input menu on your NINJA V. For more information refer to the Input Menu section.
SOURCE IMAGE TYPE
Allows you to select the source image type as SDR or Log/HDR and set the camera output settings.
For the best image processing results it is essential to match the NINJA V settings to the camera/input settings.
The information and settings on this page are identical to those in the Camera Output section in the Input menu on your NINJA V. Refer to the Log/HDR section for more information on these settings.
Detect HDMI HDR metadata
Equivalent to the HDR Auto setting on the Input menu page. Refer to Log/HDR for more information on this setting.
The Input Signal is Full Range; Convert it to Legal
Equivalent to the Legalize setting on the Input menu page. Refer to Log/HDR for more information on this setting.
These settings allow the NINJA V to be remotely triggered to record from your camera, and are identical to those in the Input menu on your NINJA V. Refer to the Source (Trigger Source) section for more information on these settings.
This menu provides settings for the monitor mode of your NINJA V, and provides settings for LUTs and monitor adjustments.
The source input Gamma and Gamut that were set in the input menu are displayed here.
Select SDR or Log/HDR mode, depending on how you want to monitor the signal on your NINJA V. When the input is set to Log/HDR, the input signal is displayed in it’s native form, which is usually a flat or washed out image. You can then choose to enable a LUT, which displays the input source with the selected user Custom 3D LUT.
Allows you to apply the selected LUT to the image. Tap to toggle between enabled and disabled.
Loading a LUT
Tap on one of the numbered slots to select it. Slots that already have a LUT loaded will have a curve next to the slot number whilst empty slots will not. Tap on the folder icon to access your media and select a LUT to upload. For more information on loading LUTs refer to the How to import LUTs to your NINJA V: section.
LUT On Record
If this option is selected, your NINJA V will bake the LUT look into the recording. When enabled, a CUSTOM LOOK icon will flash in the top corner of the monitor and the LUT cannot be activated during recording to avoid any potential issues with the recorded content.
Baking a LUT into your recording cannot be undone in post-production, so we advise that you consider your workflow before the use of this option.
Baking the LUT into your recording is not supported when recording with the ProRes RAW codec.
LUT On Output
OUTPUT LOOK – With this option, the selected LOOK is also applied to the HDMI loop out of the NINJA V. This will allow for instant preview on a larger monitor or to be used with a wireless sender. This function can also be combined with the down convert option that can be found in the input menu.
During color management it’s likely that you may want to review a number of LOOKs and even compare them to the Native Video Source. Tapping the Compare option will apply a 50/50 vertical screen split that will show both the Natural Source Video and the selected LOOK of the LUT.
These settings provide monitor options for your NINJA V, including Tally, Display Off and Flip mode. These icons are identical to those in the Monitor Mode menu on your NINJA V. Refer to the Using Standards - Native / Rec.709 / HLG / PQ section for information on these settings.
Remove interlaced fields
Tap this setting to remove interlaced fields when working an interlaced signal.
These settings on this page are identical to those in the Display menu on your NINJA V. Refer to the Backlight section for information on these settings.
This menu provides settings for the signal that is being output from your NINJA V over HDMI and SDI to external displays.
Displays the active video format being output from HDMI or SDI to an external monitor, as well as the status of any processing options applied. When working in HDR, a signal will be output with the correct HDR flag to activate a compatible HDR display’s settings. This can be useful if you wish to monitor log footage in the studio.
SDI 3G Type
Set the 3G Output type for compatibility with connected equipment that expects a specific type of 3G-SDI video. Tap to select Level A, Level B or Auto.
Tap SDR or HDR to select the signal output type. Selecting HDR will set a LOG to HDR transform.
For Log outputs, select HLG and 709 for a normalized SDR image
Select from PQ, HLG or Dolby for HDR. Select Rec.709 for SDR mode. Tap to scroll through the options.
Select from Rec.709, BT.2020 or DCI P3 in HDR mode. Set at Rec.709 for SDR mode. Tap to scroll through the options. Refer to the VIDEO OUT section for more information on these settings.
Allows you to loop out LUTs that are applied to your image, so that they are also applied to the Output signal. Tap to enable/disable.
These settings are identical to those in the Output menu on your NINJA V. Refer to the VIDEO OUT section for more information on these settings.