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Ok how many are guilty of actually using this setting for a little extra sharpness to the picture? I know its doing harm to the PQ at the same time with presenting more artifacts like ringing etc... Im just curious because I had a chance to play with the setting at BB today while watching DINOSAURS on BLU-RAY, which seems to be a little on the soft side for animation? I noticed a bit more digital noise with it on high but it seemed to bring out some detail as well. Looked pretty good on low and med IMHO. I may end up getting one of these to add a little sharpness to my SONY RUBY. Im just curious to see if any one else has been using this setting and their reactions to the PQ?
 

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Originally Posted by JUSTIN MELHADO /forum/post/0


Ok how many are guilty of actually using this setting for a little extra sharpness to the picture? I know its doing harm to the PQ at the same time with presenting more artifacts like ringing etc... Im just curious because I had a chance to play with the setting at BB today while watching DINOSAURS on BLU-RAY, which seems to be a little on the soft side for animation? I noticed a bit more digital noise with it on high but it seemed to bring out some detail as well. Looked pretty good on low and med IMHO. I may end up getting one of these to add a little sharpness to my SONY RUBY. Im just curious to see if any one else has been using this setting and their reactions to the PQ?

I have it off but have experimented with various settings and as you observed low and medium add sharpness and I cannot see any artifacting from it.
 

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Dinosaurs on Blu is a soft and poor looking transfer compared to the others out there. I had to look twice and three times on a dvd vs Blu comparison to see the differences.


If the transfer is bad ... you have to do what you have to do to make it watchable to your eyes.


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I wish you could apply the sharpness ONLY to standard DVD. I don't really need it for Blu Ray, but find that on my screen (120 inch 2.35:1) the Standard DVD releases really look blurry compared to HD. Adding sharpness helps, but I don't like to keep it on all the time.
 

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I wish you could apply the sharpness ONLY to standard DVD. I don't really need it for Blu Ray, but find that on my screen (120 inch 2.35:1) the Standard DVD releases really look blurry compared to HD. Adding sharpness helps, but I don't like to keep it on all the time.

That really sucks, I didn't have a chance to try it on SD DVD and didn't know it only works on BLU-RAY. SD DVD would seem like the most beneficial place for the extra sharpness, are you positive it doesn't work with SD DVD?
 
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