Can you identify this effect?

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  1. John*DB

    John*DB Stunt Coordinator

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    Okay, I will try to explain this as well as possible. Those of you that know might find it easy to know what this is and if there is a solution.

    I have a Infocus 4805 and a Dalite screen.

    When there is a snow scene (like Hoth from ESB) or a water scene (Finding Nemo), I will get a "digitized wavy line" across (horizontally) my screen.

    It is like a distortion, or fuzzy line that vibrates or waves a little. I only notice it when the background is only primarily one color. The "line" is thin - it does not take over a large percentage of the screen.

    I have AVIA but have not used it yet. I don't think it has anything to do with color calibration though...but I might be very wrong about that too.

    Well, what do you think?
     
  2. John S

    John S Producer

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    I don't use the projector. But lower settings on brightness and contrast should make it much less notice-able if not gone all together. These are critical adjustments as well with DVE and Avia.

    A simple THX Optimizer available on many many modern dvd's, can help quite a bit too.

    I posted more or less even though I have no experience with the projector just because nobody else had.
     
  3. John*DB

    John*DB Stunt Coordinator

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    thanks for the tip...

    Anyone else?? come on guys...at least let me know you understand the "effect" I am talking about.
     

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