You may set up the display and audio output for the TV and the DRC. The settings go into effect after restarting the application.
You may set the DRC sound format. There are 3 settings to choose from: MONO, STEREO, and SURROUND.
You may select the Wii U display region. NTSC or PAL may be specified on development machines only. The setting for the product version is determined by its destination.
You may set up the TV display and sound output from the Wii U automatically or manually.
The following settings are available on when the Connection Mode is set to MANUAL.
You may set up the cable used for TV output. There are 3 settings: HDMI, COMPONENT, and COMPOSITE.
S-Video/COMPOSITE may be enabled only when the NTSC/PAL setting is NTSC; SCART/COMPOSITE may be enabled only when the NTSC/PAL setting is PAL.
You may set the TV resolution. The available resolution depends on the selected region and cable settings. The relationship between the region and cable settings, and the available resolutions are described in the following table:
You may set the display aspect ratio. The Aspect Ratio 4:3 may be enabled only when the resolution is set to SD (480I/P, 576I). For other resolutions, the Aspect Ratio should be set to 16:9.
Generally TVs are designed to overscan input signals to display. This means that a part of the input image is cut off and becomes invisible to the user. The over scan ratio varies by TV. You may compensate for over scan by turning on under scan. Increase the under scan percentage until the entire image is displayed on your TV. You may set under scan up to 20% of the valid frame.
You may set the TV sound format. There are 3 settings: MONO, STEREO, and SURROUND.
You may set the TV audio output. There are 3 settings: HDMI, HDMI+RCA, and RCA. This setting is available only when video output is set to HDMI.
2013-10-15 Updated for SDK 2.10.03
2013-05-08 Automated cleanup pass.
2013-02-15 Divided long document into multiple html docs