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post #61 of 62 Old 04-05-2012, 12:14 PM
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According to the AVS 709 Manual
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8968806/Patterns-Manual.pdf
Page 3 top right screen shot of pattern, description is "Black Clipping" But is used like a pluge as it is for setting brightness. Unlike the standard Pluge I have seen on other disk, this pattern will display bars from 0-25 which will flash for easy viewing.
When using it for sharpness, you have already set brightness so there is nothing visible below video black. When you turn up sharpness you will see thin white lines around the where the bars from 0-25, but it is very obvious in the 0-16 area where there should be nothing but blackness. This is assuming the set you are looking at reacts like the ones we have talked about. Hope that makes it clearer.
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According to the AVS 709 Manual
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8968806/Patterns-Manual.pdf
Page 3 top right screen shot of pattern, description is "Black Clipping" But is used like a pluge as it is for setting brightness. Unlike the standard Pluge I have seen on other disk, this pattern will display bars from 0-25 which will flash for easy viewing.
When using it for sharpness, you have already set brightness so there is nothing visible below video black. When you turn up sharpness you will see thin white lines around the where the bars from 0-25, but it is very obvious in the 0-16 area where there should be nothing but blackness. This is assuming the set you are looking at reacts like the ones we have talked about. Hope that makes it clearer.

Thanks for the info.
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