AVIA is easier to navigate,easy to set the audio and offers a better audio set up.
VE is a pain in the butt to navigate,but the "montage of images"is great.It's a "movie"of sorts that will show your dvd players stong and weak points.It's a stream of alternating film and video sources.A good test of a scalers ability to switch between them.I use that a lot after setting the video on a system.
AVIA has an easier set up for brightness and contrast.
I had VE before AVIA came out,but bought AVIA anyway.Like them both.
I'm surprised this wasn't mentioned; I believe it was set for a November release but has now been pushed back to January. Does anyone know any details? My understanding is that it would emphasize the component video features for the HD displays.
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