Digital Video Essentials Blu-Ray or HD DVD Calibration DVD Summary:
- Blu-Ray version
- Easy to use menu system
- 25 minute quick set-up option including an in depth description and explanation of how to use specific test patterns to calibrate your display
- Audio calibration test signals
- Descriptive text in the menu to help navigate each option
- A 90 minute overview of the basics of HDTV
- Introduction to the world of creating HDTV programs
- Audio commentary by Cinematographer Allen Daviau
- Audio commentary by Joe Kane for the demonstration materials
- Joe Kane custom Tri-Color Filter
Where Would You Like To Start? HD Basics begins with this simple question. The straightforward menu will take you directly where you want to go.
HD In Detail: A 90 minute, all-inclusive tutorial will provide an overview of how your HDTV system works. It will help you understand why the adjustments you need to make are necessary.
Setting Up My HDTV: A short and simple guide to improving the look of your picture. It will take you about 25 minutes of your time to complete.
Just The Test Patterns: Go directly to any test pattern in the program. A printed road map included with this program will help you determine if your home theater system is connected for optimal performance.
Optimize Your High Definition Home Entertainment System: Proper set-up of your home entertainment system is far more important now that we moved into the world of high definition. The test and demonstration materials from the original version of Digital Video Essentials are now available in both 1080 and 720 progressive video rates. Those who already know DVE will be delighted with the ease of jumping into what is needed for any given set-up. For those who have yet to discover all that DVE has to offer will find the tutorial for using the basic audio and video signals is included in standard definition on side two.
In the Blu-ray formats Digital Video Essentials HD Basics provides simple setup instructions for your new HDTV. The program also provides additional background information on the HD system itself. It will give you an idea of the quality level you should expect from the HD programs current available to consumers. Also included in this program are commentaries by world renowned cinematographer Allen Daviau known for his work in E.T The Color Purple Empire of the Sun and Van Helsing among others as well as commentary by Joe Kane which will help you learn to identify quality High Definition video.The program is set up so you can pick and choose the subjects you'd like to see.
High Definition television represents the biggest shift in home entertainment communications since the introduction of the color television over half a century ago. Yet, if you are like most people, your HDTV is among the most used and least understood devices in your home. Buying an HDTV is a major purchase -- but it does not mean that you will enjoy the crisp and true images intended by HD content producers.
Getting the most out of your HDTV set will require some adjustments. HD Basics will teach you both how to make these adjustments and why they are necessary. And, taking advantage of the interactivity provided by the leading HD formats, everything is organized in a refreshingly new way that allows you to access what you need, when you need it.
Created by home theater industry legend Joe Kane, HD Basics is the definitive High Definition home theater calibration tool. It promises to improve your picture and give you an understanding of the concepts that are vital to getting the most out of your HDTV. Digital Video Essentials HD Basics case reveals three color filters all in one single item. Lift the paper holder up and move you head up or down depending on the filter you want. The paper holder itself is a tool to check the grayscale.
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Blu-Ray Digital Video Essentials Calibration DVD Specs:
- Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
- Interactive Menus
- Scene Selection
- This Is A Blu-Ray or HD DVD DVD Made For Hugh Definition Format Players Which Produce Higher Quality Picture & Sound
- Studio: Mountain Apple
- Release Date: 3/25/2008
- Original Release Date: 2007
- Number of Discs: 1
- Original Language: English
- Available Audio Tracks: English
- Video: Color Aspect Ratio: Widescreen 1.78:1