Originally Posted by kevreh
Thanks for that link, iBrad. Some of those claims though...hmm. Gave me a chuckle. ("Try it yourself, let the video play a few hours (see post #19) and see it yourself, you will notice it directly!.....PictureQuality comes to Life in your face! Testproof it yourself now!......AMAZING overall (3D like) PictureQuality improvements in....")
But I'll take a look and report back. Thanks!
I'm an AV perfectionist and DIY researcher, have electronics degree, worked years in the av/pc/laptop industry as QA/R&D/repair engineer.
You will only notice the differences if you are visual accurate, else it'll be a waste of time for ppl with bad vision.
Here are the new links for 10minute pixel jogger and 60fps versions:
Pixel Jogger is the BEST pixel picture optimizer, break-in HD PQ solution/enhancer ever created!
fix dead stuck improve pixels PQ on Plasma LCD LED tv monitors etc.
keep playing repeat on for hours, check after few hrs, if problem is gone/fixed, else keep playing!
Pixel Jogger 30fps 10min.mp4
Pixel Jogger 60fps 10min.mp4
a) Pixel Jogger.mp4 - 352 KB
b) Pixel Jogger plus PinkNoise.mp4 - 2 MB
c) WhitescreenIR.mp4 - 1 MB
Regular (outdated RGB versions) Download HD:
By simply displaying alternate Black and White screens in 30fps (= max NTSC screen 60Hz refresh rate), the PLASMA/LCD/LED pixels gets the CORRECT even/proper aging/intensive break-in/warm-up! All RGB Pixels will simply switches ON/OFF in 60Hz, this will jog/warm-up the pixels to switch faster and even.
Try it yourself, let the video play a few 4+ hours on repeat and see it yourself, you will notice it directly!
PictureQuality comes to Life in your face! Testproof it yourself now!. (and also see the real differences between properly break-in/warmed-up PLASMA/LCD/LED displays)
AMAZING overall (3D like) PictureQuality improvements in:
1) Higher Contrast/Deeper Black Level.
2) Sharper/Higher Details Resolution.
3) Vibrant lifelike Colors (if your WhiteBalance is properly calibrated).
4) Faster/smoother/clearer movements etc..
Enjoy!Edited by iBrad - 3/15/13 at 2:16am