Originally Posted by bassfreak
hmm, your absolutely right. Tried that last night and it worked.
I must of missunderstood it the last time I read it. Thought you needed the add on.
Again, Great work, way...
Originally Posted by stash64
Could this be why some BluRay players (like the Panasonics) are not able to output the latest AVS HD patterns at 24p ??? So far, I've been able to get 24p on all BluRay movies and all DVD's I have...
Originally Posted by robert5545
I am having trouble getting these tests to work on my Denon-3800BDCI. I successfully downloaded the HDDVD-v1.2.7z file, decompressed the file into an .iso file, and burnt a DVD-r disc on my mac...
Originally Posted by jdbimmer
Thanks Bill, that helped me figure this out. I am using the previous AVSHD version 1.0, and it looks like the menu is encoded 1080/60 and the patterns are 1080/24 - or at least that is how the Sony...
It think it may be better to just make one pattern that isn't flagged. That way, you can use that pattern to see what your device is doing with decoding and still decode the rest of the disc accurately (hopefully) for calibration...
Originally Posted by baddgsx
SCREW my sound and vision test disc , avia test disc , and DVE test disc. Screw DVE on both my HD and SD version. These disks suck and dont compare to the functionality and quality of AVS-HD. ...
Originally Posted by thomasl
Hi Ron, I realize that this is from a few years ago but I was wondering if you ever got around to making the 5% increment white window patterns including the 75% white window needed by various...
Originally Posted by angryht
I think you are right, Bill. I found this post a few pages back:
I guess I'm not sure why.
I think that is just the way its done for ANSI contrast. I'm not sure why, but from what I remember, it...
Originally Posted by pjjameso
Any chance we could get these patterns in mpg format (not MP4)?
The Directv HD DVR box allows you to stream mpg (not mpg-4) video from a PC. So what I did to calibrate this video path was to take...
Originally Posted by ../ben
For example, some games are pretty dark, and so if I adjust the settings to accommodate and then pop in Fight Club (DVD), the movie looks kinda washed out. When the XMB fades away, the screen goes...