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Whether you're a home theatre novice or a professional calibrator, you'll find all the tests you need to set up and adjust your HDTV in the Spears and Munsil HD Benchmark. The previous edition of the HD Benchmark was recommended by the New York Times, Widescreen Review, Home Theater Magazine and dozens of other print and online publications. This new edition keeps all the features of the previous disc and adds dozens of new features, including:3D stereoscopic calibration and evaluation patternsAudio tests for speaker setup, calibration, and A\/V syncMotion patterns to evaluate 120Hz and 240Hz interpolation modesMore help for the home theatre beginnerMore patterns for the advanced user or professional calibratorThe Spears and Munsil HD Benchmark is the most accurate and comprehensive HD test disc available anywhere. Every pattern was created using our exclusive ultra-high-precision software tools and represents the state of the art in video reproduction.Note that all 3D patterns require
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1. First, set your devices, both the player and your tv too, on cinema or movie mode, and leave them there.
2. On the player, use enriched and enhanced rgb settings.
3. Back lighting: On the tv, have a wide screen movie on with black bars on the top and bottom. Now, make sure you have a dark scene on pause, so that you can match the dark bars with the black parts of the movie. Set your back lighting to lower settings until you dim the dark spots or shadows in the scene down to equal or just below equal darkness with the black bars showing on top and bottom of the paused movie scene. Now play it a bit and make sure the bars are the same or the tiniest bit darker than the black scenes and shadows in your movie. Now you have your back lighting set up right, and everything will be easier to set up afterwards, and it will extend the life service of your tv's screen.
4. Go directly to the cyan blue/magenta test. Use your glasses. My tv had to have the glasses folded twice, as the disk warns you for some tvs, and it worked really well. My color settings were not red enough.
5. Brightness. Now is the time to set your brightness levels. Make sure you can see all the details of the squares. It may look dimmer, but trust me, your eyes will thank you for it later, as it not only spares the eyes from seeing a glaring screen at full blast, it helps them to see sharper details in the pictures and videos easier, which also reduces eye strain, and actual headaches. (P.S. I researched the crap out of this just to get my tv looking like the older model lcds did. I miss that tv. Next...
6. Sharpness and contrast. You can not, in any way, set these independently. One will always affect the other. Let us first set Sharpness and contrast both to 0, zero, yes, zero. Why? Sharpness is an artificial way to make edges look sharper by adding angles and lines to the picture. If you have an hd tv, then each pixel the tv is sent, is already on the disk. If it is a high quality movie, then each dot is already set at its proper appearance. However, that being said, not all films are that great, even blu-rays, so it does help to up the settings a bit. After we set sharpness and contrast to zero, We find a scene in a movie that is well lit, where you can see a face close up, or better yet, an object, such as a stone carving, or a close up of some grasses. I mean really close up. This is very important. Your close up scenes of faces are what your eyes are going to be judging the clarity on anyway, so faces are good, and easy to find in your movie. However, I started with the opening scene in Stargate, blu-ray, remastered, and was looking for a face, when I found the rock carvings to be a perfect place to fine tune the settings. I turned sharpness up until it looked nice, not perfect. As soon as artifacts and lines became too edgy, I turned it down a bit. You are done there, perfectly done. It won't seem right, but in a few seconds it will.
7. Contrast. Contrast is the difference between the light and dark areas in the picture. Contrast should never be set high, it will make your scenes look like spot lights are glaring off of faces and give everything an artificial feel and you actually lose a lot of detail by doing that. So find a face, or a carving, or close up nature picture, pause it, and set contrast up a little, mine was 30 out of hundred, and each little step of the way, you will see sharpness become pin point accurate! for real. There you go. Now your disk was worth the money. :-)
At first I thought it was the lighting, then the sources.
Eventually I settled for the vivid settings and called it a day.
While playing certain video games i noticed the picture would be washed out or too grey where it was supposed to be black.
Other issues I had were some areas were too saturated and some movies had a lot of pixel noise in certain scenes.
A friend mentioned Disney's world of wonder and after seeing the price tag opted for this as it also had a high rating.
While I understand Disney's calibration disc is more in depth this gem helped me get the most out of my 4k tv.
I'm noticing super sharp details in certain games and movies I didn't notice before and all it took was fixing the brightness and contrast with this disc.
I immediately calibrated my computer monitor as well since I do a lot of Photoshopping.
Definitely worth buying.
First, when you select a test pattern in the menus, press the "Up" arrow button just above the "Enter" button on your remote control, either TV or Blu-ray/DVD player, it will show you what "Correct" settings look like and "Incorrect" settings look like.
They also give you instructions on how to adjust the settings for your contrast, brightness, color, sharpness, color temperature, etc., using your TV remote. If this is your first calibration disc, I've got some bad news for you: the disc does *NOT* calibrate your display for you. You must make these adjustments manually. It takes a bit of time, but should take no longer that 30 - 60 minutes to do a basic calibration without doing the more advanced tests that require special equipment, like a colorimeter or an SPL meter.
Also, if you are using a PlayStation 3 (PS3) to play this disc, keep in mind that you have to have "Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr Super White" set to "On", or else your contrast, brightness, and color space settings will not look right, as whites and blacks and certain shades of colors will be clipped off without Super White on. In order to make sure Super White is on, press the "Triangle" button on your PS3 gaming controller/Blu-ray remote, select "A/V Settings", and you will see whether your TV is set to Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr, and if Super White is on.
As for my review of the product, the video tests on this disc will help you yield the most accurate-looking picture without an ISF calibration. After running all of the tests, I have gotten everything it should look, aside from some minor color banding on the color space test. If you are new to calibration discs, get yourself a used copy of Disney: World of Wonder on Blu-ray to at least get instructions that spell out to you how to calibrate your display in layman's terms. That disc also has better audio tests, IMO, as well as a pixel flipper. Then decide if you want to drop $29.97 on this bad boy. Totally worth the money.