Reliable test patterns for any calibration setup.
As a standalone generator, the VideoForge HDMI provides reference-level test patterns for any display setup using HDMI-in. With thousands of standard calibration patterns, such as brightness and contrast, as well as RGB triplet capabilities for 3D LUTs, the VideoForge HDMI is truly one of the most versatile pattern generators available. The VideoForge HDMI also supports custom patterns through its external USB port - perfect for whatever unique calibration projects you have in mind.
Fast automation with CalMAN.
The VideoForge HDMI is controlled automatically by CalMAN software, meaning pattern generation is fast and easy. For 3D LUT calibrations and calibrations using the AutoCal™ feature, the VideoForge HDMI can generate hundreds of patterns at once, no use of manual controls required. For custom measurements and single reads, use the VideoForge's unique web-based user interface to send commands to the device, or use the Pattern Slider within CalMAN software.
Rugged construction for improved durability.
Built to withstand even the weight of your car, the VideoForge HDMI is designed to last. Originally for AV installation professionals who require durable, travel-proof hardware, the VideoForge HDMI is made from a solid piece of extruded aluminum. A rugged yet compact device, the VideoForge HDMI weighs in at less than two pounds - perfect for easy storage or frequent travel.
WiFi connectivity and web based user interface.
The VideoForge HDMI supports Wi-Fi connectivity with CalMAN software, meaning there's no need to stretch cables between your laptop and pattern generator device. The VideoForge HDMI also includes its own unique web-based user interface so you can control the pattern generator from your web browser - no software downloads required.
Support for Custom Patterns
Working on unique calibration projects or have specific measurement needs? The VideoForge HDMI supports the use of custom patterns via the device's external USB port. Simply save your custom patterns to a USB drive, plug into the VideoForge HDMI, and you're ready to go.