Display video scopes
Show video scopes
Do one of the following:
To open a video scope in the Viewer: Choose Window > Viewer Display > Show Video Scopes (or press Command-7).
To open a video scope in the Event Viewer: Choose Window > Event Viewer Display > Show Video Scopes.
You can also click the View pop-up menu in the top-right corner of the Viewer or Event Viewer and choose Show Video Scopes.
Choose the scope to display from the top section of the Action pop-up menu .
After you choose a scope, choose the display options for the scope from the bottom section of the Action pop-up menu.
Change video scope display settings
You can display up to four video scopes at the same time and choose from 12 different scopes layouts, including a vertical layout in which scopes appear below the Viewer. You can also adjust brightness controls, enable quantitative guides, and display monochrome scopes.
If you haven’t already done so, open a video scope.
Click the View pop-up menu above the video scope display, and choose display settings.
To choose a video scopes layout: Click one of the 12 layout icons.
Note: If you choose a layout with multiple video scopes, each scope pane appears with an Action pop-up menu that you can use to set the display options for that scope.
To display scopes below the video image: Choose Vertical Layout.
To display quantitative data and guide lines: Choose Show Guides.
To set the video scopes display to black and white: Choose monochrome.
To adjust the video scopes brightness level: Drag the Brightness slider at the bottom of the menu.
Below are some examples of the many possible combinations of video scopes layouts and settings.