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Watch your mail.

I didn't send the battery. I'm gonna just bring it when I come out.

Cliffy

Got it yesterday! Thanks!!

I've got a couple of presents for you too when you visit.

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I have a RPCRT set, and I love what I'm seeing here and I want to compare mine to you guys'. So with you all's permission, and since we're seeing some digital screenshots in her as well, I'll be posting a few of mine as well. I would also love to hear some critiques as well. The guys in the RP forum aren't anywhere near as passionate as you guys, and you have to do some searching to find a screenshot thread over ther.

Since the title doesn't say "front projection CRT screenshots", I'd say all display devices are fair game. And it wouldn't be a "war" (as titled) if there weren't any d!%!#@| screenshots, so those have been welcomed too.

Lots of good screenshots in the HDDVD and BluRay forums, too.

It's always appreciated if you briefly describe your setup... whart source (bluray, hddvd, cable, sat, dvd)? what resolution? what screen and what size? what display device? what camera? etc.
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Got it yesterday! Thanks!!

I've got a couple of presents for you too when you visit.

Since the title doesn't say "front projection CRT screenshots", I'd say all display devices are fair game. And it wouldn't be a "war" (as titled) if there weren't any d!%!#@| screenshots, so those have been welcomed too.

Lots of good screenshots in the HDDVD and BluRay forums, too.

It's always appreciated if you briefly describe your setup... whart source (bluray, hddvd, cable, sat, dvd)? what resolution? what screen and what size? what display device? what camera? etc.

Glad it arrived undamaged. I was worried. That thing is heavy.

Yes, everyone is more than welcome to post. Hell, it wouldn't be a screenshot war if it was just CRT!

Cliff
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Wow! Have not seen anything from the Incredibles in a while. Great movie and great "looking" movie!
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Wow! Have not seen anything from the Incredibles in a while. Great movie and great "looking" movie!











There ya go!
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OMG! I almost spewed beer just now! I don't remember Mrs. Incredible having so much junk in the trunk!
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And on the Front!
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My brother came over the other day and I showed him my little theater project. Of course his first response was "Dude! Have you watched porn on this thing?!?"
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Cliff post the good shot from Purple Rain...
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I didn't recall that exact scene, it's at the very end of the "Multipass" segment.

The odometer is about to roll over to 10,000 on my G90's tubes...

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Cliff post the good shot from Purple Rain...

You mean this one?????





Cliffy
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Um. WOW.





That is a HUGE difference.

Cliff
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Originally Posted by overclkr View Post

Um. WOW.

That is a HUGE difference.

Cliff

Well, I'm glad you guys liked those images..

Now that we're doing comparisons again, let's make this Saturday night a comparison night. I'll have my lowly 8500 dialed in and color calibrated by then. I'm even going to remove the frankenyokes and put the stock yokes back in it.

So later today, I'll be looking forward to comparing more screenshots..

Oh, we'll also have to be mindful that the various HD players will have differences when paused. Some will have clear pause, while others will not. So be very careful of that, because the same paused scene on the Sony that I'm using may be crystal clear, but on another player, it could be distorted, much like the earlier screenshots from Spot's 909.
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These are some of my favorites. They'd be the best for resolution performance, to include showing the many other finer quality details in film. they are all 1920x1080P. If you have any of these that would be great.



















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Mike, if you could provide the movie title and chapter, that'd be helpful. I recognize PiratesOTC, but what's the top movie?
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Originally Posted by mp20748 View Post

Well, I'm glad you guys liked those images..

Now that we're doing comparisons again, let's make this Saturday night a comparison night. I'll have my lowly 8500 dialed in and color calibrated by then. I'm even going to remove the frankenyokes and put the stock yokes back in it.

So later today, I'll be looking forward to comparing more screenshots..

Oh, we'll also have to be mindful that the various HD players will have differences when paused. Some will have clear pause, while others will not. So be very careful of that, because the same paused scene on the Sony that I'm using may be crystal clear, but on another player, it could be distorted, much like the earlier screenshots from Spot's 909.

Mike, I think if you take your shots a bit further from screen and zoom in it should take care of pincusion. I see a lot of overscan in the width.
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Mike, if you could provide the movie title and chapter, that'd be helpful. I recognize PiratesOTC, but what's the top movie?

That's "Blood Diamond"
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Mike, I think if you take your shots a bit further from screen and zoom in it should take care of pincusion. I see a lot of overscan in the width.

I'll try that, though the pincusion problem you're seeing in the shots, are what's also on the screen.

The 8500 has never had a good setup or calibration since being on the ceiling. I've done various quick setups since having it, but nothing that would cover geometry or finer focusing.
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I'll try that, though the pincusion problem you're seeing in the shots, are what's also on the screen.

The 8500 has never had a good setup or calibration since being on the ceiling. I've done various quick setups since having it, but nothing that would cover geometry or finer focusing.

Well you know it. I thought they were the dcam as my canon would do the same thing. Nice shots you posted here.
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New download available on PS3... 1080P preview for "Resident Evil 3: Extinction"...


This is gonna be a nice transfer big dog!

















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Cliff
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You mean this one?????





Cliffy

Well that will do I thought you would post it with black bars...
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Well, I did manage to get some work done on the 8500. It took awhile, because I had to wait for the sun to go down to get started.

I made a little progress so far, but another day at his would be much better. I also got to do a quick calibration using a Optical Comparator..

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This kicking it at 1080P on my lowly 8500..

















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