VP2468a On-Screen Display Menu Options

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    Input Select

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    Audio Adjust

    Menu Option Description
    Volume Adjust the volume level.
    Mute Enable this option to temporarily turn off the sound.


    Menu Option Description
    Off Disable the function.
    Game Select this option for playing games.
    Movie Select this option for watching movies.
    Web Select this option for surfing the web.
    Text Select this option for text-based tasks.
    MAC Select this option when connecting to Mac computers.
    Photographer Select this option for viewing photo files.

    Color Adjust

    Menu Option Description
    Contrast/Brightness Contrast

    Adjust the degree of difference between the lightest and darkest parts of the picture and change the amount of black and white in the image.


    Adjust the background black levels of the screen image.

    Color Format The monitor can detect the input signal color format automatically. You can manually change the color format options to fit the correct color format range if the colors are not displayed correctly.
    • Auto: Automatically recognizes the color format and the black and white levels.
    • RGB (Full Range): The input signal color format is RGB and the black and white levels are full.
    • RGB (Limited Range): The input signal color format is RGB and the black and white levels are limited.
    • YUV (Full Range): The input signal color format is YUV and the black and white levels are full.
    • YUV (Limited Range): The input signal color format is YUV and the black and white levels are limited.
    Standard Color The monitor comes with several display industry color standards. Each color mode can be selected for various applications of the monitor.
    • sRGB: Precise color gamut and gamma of sRGB standard.
    • REC 709: Precise color gamut and gamma of ITU-R Rec. 709 standard.
    • DICOM SIM: Gamma curves are set to a DICOM simulation.
    Color Calibration Calibrate the monitor using the ViewSonic® Colorbration application with specific color sensors.
    • CAL 1: Display with the 1st user calibration mode.
    • CAL 2: Display with the 2nd user calibration mode.
    • CAL 3: Display with the 3rd user calibration mode.
    • Color Calibration Notice: Configure the calibration notice settings.
    • Recall: Reset the Color Calibration related settings to default.
    Custom Color Temperature

    Select the color temperature setting.

    • Panel Default: Use the panel default mode.
    • Bluish: Set the color temperature to 9300K.
    • Cool: Set the color temperature to 7500K.
    • Native: A default color temperature. Recommended for general graphic design and regular use.
    • Warm: Set the color temperature to 5000K.
    • User: Custom user settings.

    Manually adjust the brightness level of the monitor’s grayscale levels.

    Black Stabilization

    Provide heightened visibility and detail by brightening dark scenes.

    Advanced DCR

    Automatically detects the image signal and intelligently controls the backlight brightness and color, to improve on the ability to make the black blacker in a dark scene, and make the white whiter in a bright environment.


    Adjust white temperature to customize your User Color (can be saved in User Mode) or a specific color temperature and gain value (red, green, blue).


    Adjust black levels for red, green, and blue. The gain and offset functions allow users to control the white balance for the upmost control when manipulating contrast and dark scenes.


    Adjust the tint of each color (red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow).


    Adjust the color depth of each color (red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow).


    Restore the Custom related settings to default.

    Manual Image Adjust

    Menu Option Description
    Sharpness Adjust the picture quality.
    Aspect Ratio Select the aspect ratio of the monitor.
    Overscan Automatically enlarge the original picture horizontally and vertically to an equal aspect ratio that fills the screen.
    Low Input Lag Select the appropriate speed to decrease input to output latency.
    Response Time Adjusts the response time, creating smooth images without streaking, blurring, or ghosting.
    Blue Light Filter Adjusts the filter that blocks high-energy blue light for a more comfortable viewing experience.
    Uniformity Compensate any luminance and color uniformity imbalances on the screen, such as dark spots, uneven brightness, or illegible images on the screen.

    Setup Menu

    Menu Option Description
    Language Select Select an available language for the OSD Menu.
    Resolution Notice Enable this option to allow the system to inform users that the current viewing resolution is not the correct native resolution.
    Information Display the monitor information.
    OSD Timeout Set the length of time the OSD Menu remains on screen.
    OSD Background Show/Hide the OSD background when the OSD Menu appears on the screen.
    OSD Pivot Set the OSD Menu orientation.
    • Auto: With the built-in G sensor, the OSD Menu can automatically pivot when the monitor is positioned vertically.
    • 0°: Sets the OSD Menu without a pivot.
    • +90°: Sets the OSD Menu with a +90° pivot.
    • 90°: Sets the OSD Menu with a -90° pivot.
    • 180°: Sets the OSD Menu with a 180° pivot.
    Power Indicator Set the Power Indicator On or Off. If the setting is set to On, the power indicator lights blue when the device is turned on.
    Auto Power Off Enable this option to allow the monitor to automatically turn off after a certain amount of time.
    Sleep Set the amount of idle time before the monitor enters Sleep mode.
    ECO Mode Choose between various modes, based on power consumption.
    DisplayPort 1.2 Enable DisplayPort 1.2 support.
    DDC/CI Enable this option to allow the monitor control via the graphics card.
    Save As Set the personalized OSD configurations for User 1/User 2/User 3.
    All Recall Resets all settings to their default values.