Jonny Quest-ion?

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Rob Mac, May 8, 2004.

  1. Rob Mac

    Rob Mac Stunt Coordinator

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    I was watching the new Jonny Quest DVD set and I noticed that sometimes during an explosion or an "energy zap flash" effect, the picture on the T.V. would jump or roll. It was as if the output of the effect was too strong and messed with the stability of the picture. Anyone else have this happen?
     
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    Too bright of an image can cause stabilization problems on your display. Video that has been improperly mastered can cause this, but before we go that route, please check your TV/monitor settings. If you don't have a calibration DVD such as Video Essentials, in your collection you probably have a DVD that has THX Optimode feature, or an Infinifilm DVD that has a similar feature you can use. Let us know...
     
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    T.V. has been calibrated. When I did a frame by frame on an explosion, the screen gets super bright white (with some distortion) for one frame and then black for a frame. When this plays it causes the picture to roll. This doesn't happen with other movies, just Jonny Quest.
     

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