calibration disk

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  1. adrian l

    adrian l Auditioning

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    could some tell me where i can buy the avia calibration disk.thank you.
     
  2. ChadLB

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    amazon.com is the main place. There is also the new DVE that is out.
     
  3. The Void

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    adrian l Auditioning

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    witch one is better the AVIA our the new one DVE.thank you
     
  5. Mike Howard

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    Borders Books has the DVE calibration disc for $25. Got myself a copy today, and plan to do the tweak tommorrow.
     
  6. JoshuaT

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    I have the DVE, but is there anything on the AVIA that I should get to double up???


    ~josh
     
  7. The Void

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    More and better test patterns, much better organization, better explainations. The menu navigation of DVE will give you a headache. I think Avia is more usefull overall. I bought DVE for $13 and hoped that would be enough but I found it lacked several test patterns I wanted to use.

    For the basics DVE is fine and will help you get set up. If you feel like you need more of anything after DVE, then pick up Avia. I like having both and I'll keep both.
     
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    I don't have digital video essentials, but do have the previous version as well as Avia. I also have difficulty navigating through video essentials. Avia is much more user friendly. I myself much prefer avia, but I haven't yet seen the new digital video esssentials so hopefully it's been improved.
     

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