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11-17-2008 11:25 AM
sleepydvdr

I was doing my own thing quietly and YOU are the one who created this post trying to make a big deal out of it. Keep flaming the fire. That must be what you want.

11-17-2008 05:58 AM
Licence Wouldn't it be nice if things just worked straight out of the box!!
11-01-2008 08:16 PM
sleepydvdr

I was doing my own thing quietly and YOU are the one who created this post trying to make a big deal out of it. Keep flaming the fire. That must be what you want.

11-01-2008 05:48 PM
LetoTheTyrant
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Originally Posted by sleepydvdr View Post

And there's always the option of getting a TV calibrated by an ISF certified technician, which many websites recommend. But I'd rather understand and do the process myself. You know the old saying: "Give a man a slice of tofu, he eats for the day. Teach the man to slice tofu, he eats for a lifetime".



I feel the same way about the calibration, but if it were tofu I'd never eat!
10-31-2008 07:49 PM
PlaybackGuru Or you could just grab a NTSC bars and test pattern generator from work and calibrate it to SEMPTE levels.....lol wait thats just me
10-31-2008 07:10 PM
sleepydvdr

I was doing my own thing quietly and YOU are the one who created this post trying to make a big deal out of it. Keep flaming the fire. That must be what you want.

10-31-2008 02:07 PM
LetoTheTyrant Did you use the DVE disc? Did you find this tool to be worth whatever it cost you?

Is it essentially just a 'true eye' to tell you if the colors are right? I'm partially color blind so I wonder if it would be better to go based off my eye or an imprartial eye?
10-31-2008 01:55 PM
sleepydvdr

I was doing my own thing quietly and YOU are the one who created this post trying to make a big deal out of it. Keep flaming the fire. That must be what you want.


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