Stands For - On Screen Display
creen isplay. Displays the menu on screen.
An on-screen control panel for adjusting monitors and TVs.
The menu inserted into the projected image. To top
"On Screen Display," menu displayed on the screen with different options that users could easily use to adjust the display's picture.
The function that displays the information about the monitor that the user needs or has to know on the screen directly. OSD information includes brightness, contrast, tuning, RGB adjustment, and screen size and positions (top, left, width, and height), and so on.
See On-Screen Display.
On Screen Display - graphic displays which appear on the TV screen to guide through the various settings and controls.
Abbreviation for creen isplay. Also called Menu Assistance. The image parameters of a data video projector can be set using a menu window.
This configuration controls the on screen display, which informs users when a function is in use and the current status.
On-screen display. The Sun Ray appliance uses small OSD icons to alert the user of potential start-up problems.
On Screen Display. A system where important information such as graphs and warnings overwrite a visual display
On Screen Display, superimposed over normal video, giving the user information of current DECK status.
On-Screen Display The display of information, like channel number and volume on the screen of a TV set.
On Screen Display. A method of displaying set-up information or instructions on to a display monitor.
Refers to "on-screen display" program setup. OSD allows one to view and change settings displayed on the television screen.
On Screen Display. Modern VGA monitors offer their controls via an OSD, such as the vertical and horizontal refresh rates, pixel speed, timing signals, and more.
On Screen Display, how digital monitors can be configured. [image