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Picture Perfect Campaign Supporters

People and organisations who support the AVForums Picture Perfect Campaign

Filmmakers

 

Michael J. Bassett

Director, Writer, Producer

"A 'Picture Perfect' TV shows you my movies the way I intended you to see them."

IMDB Michael J. Bassett at the Internet Movie Database
IMDB

Michael J. Bassett's website

Michael J. Bassett
 

Neil Marshall

Writer, Director

"As a film-maker it's very important to me that TVs are set up properly so viewers can watch my movies in the way they are intended to be seen. Check out the Picture Perfect tutorials to get the best quality image from your TV."

IMDB Neil Marshall at the Internet Movie Database
Neil Marshall

If you are a filmmaker and you would like to support our campaign, please visit this page.

Standards Specialists

 

The Imaging Science Foundation Support the Picture Perfect Campaign

The ISF would like to thank AVForums for helping UK consumers get the best value out of their HDTVs!

For the past 17 years we have always recommended this three pronged approach to getting your money's worth out of a television:

  1. Do your proper due diligence by getting free advice from the AV press - AVForums' Picture Perfect launch is doing a superb job on that in the UK
  2. Learn how to use video test patterns yourself (not easy)
  3. Hire an ISF Calibrator for an on-site calibration to match all your gear's performance to your room (not the cheapest solution, but the best never is)

AVForums' recommendations are backed by professional calibrators and should be a must read for every UK HDTV owner!

Get your HDTV looking good and check out one of our reference disc recommendations:

"The Art of Flight" - ISF Reference Quality Blu-ray
Joel Silver
Founder
ISF.

I am the president and founder of the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF), and a dedicated home theater enthusiast. We are constantly asked to recommend reference quality content for demos on calibrated HDTV systems. Sometimes we are lucky enough to find a true A/V treasure...

Our latest recommendation is "The Art of Flight", and every professional we have shown this extraordinary Blu-ray to says that this is another ISF reference disc.

The Art of Flight is a documentary from Red Bull Media House and Brain Farm Digital Cinema that follows the exploits of extreme snowboarders Travis Rice and his friends as they take flight on some of the most beautiful slopes in the world.

This video was edited using the Dolby Laboratories' PRM-4200 Professional Reference Monitor with Dual-Modulation Display Technology. It also has an extremely dynamic Dolby TrueHD 7.1 soundtrack - we hope your subwoofers are up to the task!

Dolby's new display technology is superb, and that helped the post-production team create one of the best-looking Blu-ray videos ever released. Dolby flexed its technical muscle with this disc. Dolby used the disc at the International Consumer Electronics Show, and I'm using it at my house. Right now if you visit my home, you'll get a nice glass of wine - and you will be watching this video on my screen.

We suggest chapter four to start your demo. Make sure you have enough light output from your HDTV and a good audio system to handle low-end content - and enjoy yourself!

There isn't a bad part on this disc. This is a 7.1 production created on a state-of-the-art monitor with magnificent camera work and insane professional snowboarding. This is what Blu-ray discs are supposed to look and sound like.

http://artofflightmovie.com

 
THX Support the Picture Perfect Campaign

Entertainment Driven Technology

Entertainment technology should be inspired, and designed by those who appreciate and understand the creative process. THX is at the intersection of art and entertainment, collaborating with filmmakers, consumer electronics manufacturers and cinemas chains to develop Certified products and THX technologies that tell stories and stir emotions.

THX Says

A properly set up TV will allow you to see films as the director intended

Why is it important to have a properly calibrated display?

High definition content (i.e., content on Blu-ray discs) is created using a set of predetermined production standards. HD video content is created using the Rec. 709 color space and for movies, it is recorded in a native format of 24 frames per second. A properly calibrated display will mimic the Rec. 709 color profile of the post production studio display. The intent is to be able to replicate exactly what the film’s director sees in the post-production studio on the display in your home. This is the only way to make certain that all the detail originally captured by the film’s creators is rendered back on your display. For example, if your contrast levels are set too high, you will lose detail in lighter images - the moon across a night sky will look like a plain white object instead of having various craters across its surface. If the brightness level is too low, you might not see some of the artifacts within a dark scene - for example, a villain lurking in the shadows.

Film by design has natural grain and judder. This is what makes films look and feel like films. Many new displays incorporate features designed to improve watching various types of content - including sports. Technologies such as frame interpolation can improve the viewing experience by making the soccer ball fly across the screen in one smooth motion - but if left on while viewing a film, this same technology will make a film look more like a soap opera rather than a Hollywood movie.

Consumers are using an increasing number of complex and sophisticated media devices, with content coming from an ever-expanding list of services. In the near future we are going to see content with higher frame rates, 4K resolution, and possibly new color space standards, such as xvYCC. These will add to the complexity of video content making it even more difficult for consumers to individually manage the playback details of each piece of content, on each particular device. To manage this complexity and combat inconsistent consumer experiences, THX is launching a new technology named THX Media Director.

THX Media Director technology can be encoded into nearly any CE device or form of media - including streaming content, Blu-ray and DVD discs, CDs, audio files, downloads and more. In content creation, THX Media Director captures specific creative and technical characteristics of audio and video content (i.e., content type, aspect ratio or size, film grain, 2D/3D, surround/room size, etc.). These characteristics are recorded by content creators to ensure that viewers receive the most accurate depiction of the creators intended experience. When viewing the content, CE devices (i.e., Blu-ray players, set-top boxes, AVRs, HD displays) recognize these characteristics which enable the device to auto-select the most appropriate playback settings.

Click here to download the THX Media Director Info-sheet and check out some Media Director Test Bench blog posts:


As an additional strategy of simplifying the user experience while preserving artistic intent, THX partners with numerous television manufacturers to offer THX Certified Displays. Owning one of these displays ensures that if properly calibrated and configured, you can experience the video content just as its creator intended. THX Certified Displays offer:

  • Quality brand recognition: Products featuring the THX logo define quality in their class with only 10% of consumer electronic devices capable of receiving THX certification. THX certification ensures sound and picture remains true to original source; THX Certified displays deliver movie experiences with the same stunning color and detail found in filmmaker’s studio
  • Meticulous quality testing: With more than 400 laboratory tests performed, including evaluating Left and Right Eye images for color precision, cross-talk, viewing angles and video processing, THX 2D and 3D certification ensures accurate images and pristine video performance in every frame
  • Accurate artistic representation: THX certification closely reproduces the HD Color Standard used by filmmakers for broadcast and Blu-ray Discs in both 2D and 3D Modes. THX certification also improves 2D and 3D de-interlacing and jaggies, ensuring sharp images and smooth motion
  • Ease of use/installation: THX 2D and 3D Movie Modes deliver the closest thing to professionally calibrated video setting out-of-the-box
THX Says

A properly calibrated display uses less energy and helps save the environment

The findings of a THX test indicate that a calibrated viewing mode consumes less energy than a display’s “Vivid” or “Dynamic” mode. The approximate savings were measured to be as low as 15% and as high as 50% between the two different picture modes.

The primary benefit of professional video calibration is to improve a display’s picture quality for the room in which it resides. While professional calibration is performed post-sale, THX Certified Displays have a pre-calibrated THX Cinema Mode that achieves studio color, deep black levels and energy efficiencies out-of-the box. This setting may also be tuned by a professional calibrator to further improve picture quality in your viewing environment and improve energy consumption. For non-THX Certified displays, research demonstrates that professional calibration can improve energy efficiency by optimizing picture controls. Click here to read more on how THX recommends getting the most out of your display.

THX Says

Having a display that’s too bright can make your Star Wars marathon an exhausting experience for your eyes

Though different people may react differently to prolonged watching of oversaturated or high contrast images, it’s an easy to understand fact that constantly changing light levels cause your eyes to dilate and constrict. Since your eyes are doing more work, having a display that’s too bright or set to high contrast can make your Star Wars marathon an exhausting experience for your eyes. This is yet another reason why your home display should be properly calibrated to your viewing environment.

THX Certified Displays have THX Cinema Mode which is designed for viewing films in low ambient light environments similar to that of a post production facility or movie theater. This mode has the added benefit of not only conveying all the detail and emotion of the film’s creators, but by eliminating oversaturated color and excessive contrast levels, the viewing experience is a bit easier on your eyes.

In addition to ambient light and the calibration of your display, there are numerous other factors that affect your comfort during the film viewing experience. Having a display that’s mounted too high or too low can cause discomfort to your neck. We recommend that the center of your display is mounted as close as possible to a 0 degree horizontal plane with your eyes. It should not be mounted more than 15 degrees above or 7 degrees below the horizontal plane.

Optimum viewing angle

As well, sitting at the optimal viewing distance is crucial to experiencing the full effect of a film while at the same time reducing the amount of eye movement that will occur if sitting too close to the display. To determine the optimal viewing distance, take the diagonal size of your display and divide it by .84. This will be your optimal viewing distance in inches and should represent an approximate 40 degree lateral viewing angle.

Optimum viewing distance

 THX Certified Displays

THX has been synonymous with great movie sound for decades. Now, THX sets the bar for picture quality for the world's top TV manufacturers, including Panasonic and LG.

Here are five reasons why THX Certified Displays/HDTVs kick ass.

1. 400 Tests, 1,000 Data Points

The THX certification process is like boot camp for HDTVs and projectors. It covers 30 test categories, 400 bench tests and more than 1,000 data points. THX video engineers analyze almost every aspect of a TV's performance, from contrast and color to de-interlacing, jaggies and scaling. Testing is rigid, precise and only the best TVs make the cut.

2. Accurate Color

The very foundation of THX display certification is recreating the filmmaker's vision in your home. THX testing and certification closely reproduces the HD Color Standard (Rec.709) used by filmmakers for Blu-ray Disc mastering. The result? Rich color and detail practically puts you in the director's chair.

3. Sharp Pictures and Clean Video Processing

Jaggy lines and image blurring can occur as motion becomes too intense when watching action movies. THX improves each TV's software to minimize these types of digital artifacts-presenting clean, vibrant pictures in every frame.

4. THX Movie Mode

THX Movie Mode offers the closest thing to a pre-calibrated setting out of the box. This reproduces the Rec.709 color gamut, luminance levels and other settings used by filmmakers in the mastering studio-with the push of a button. And, if you want further fine tuning, all THX Modes can be accessed by THX Certified Professional Calibrators.

5. THX Certification = High Quality

Navigating the "wall of HD drool" at your local electronics retailer isn't easy. TVs from a variety of brands often line the walls, all showing stunning visuals. THX certification offers a straightforward value proposition to simplify your shopping experience.

Click here to download the THX Display Certification Info Sheet.

Manufacturers

 

JVC support the Picture Perfect campaignJVC has a long history of providing consumers with exceptional picture quality and as such we are proud to be associated with a campaign that aims to help consumers get the best possible experience from their JVC Projector.

The main purpose of the Picture Perfect campaign is to help consumers choose the correct settings in order to enjoy the best possible picture quality. In Step 1 of the Picture Perfect campaign, we will show you how to select the most appropriate picture mode for your JVC projector.

First of all press the Menu button on your remote control and go to the Picture Menu. Here you will find the Picture Mode settings.

Ideally the Picture Mode you want to use is called Cinema or, if available, THX.

Use the arrow buttons on your remote to highlight either of these modes and press the OK button to select.

Once you’ve selected the correct Picture Mode, now you need to set the best Screen Size.

On your remote control there is a Screen Size button called Aspect, if you press this button will get a list of different Screen Sizes - select 16:9 and press OK on your remote.

Congratulations, by following these simple steps you now have a picture that is far more natural and detailed. However, JVC understands that each room has different lighting conditions, so it's best to customise your settings. In Step 2 of the Picture Perfect campaign, we will show you how.

 

LG support the Picture Perfect campaignLG has a long history of providing consumers with exceptional picture quality and as such we are proud to be associated with a campaign that aims to help consumers get the best possible experience from their LG TV.

LG’s TVs incorporate accurate picture modes and in the case of our plasma range some are even certified by THX, a leading industry standards expert and fellow supporter of the Picture Perfect campaign. LG also include calibration controls on our full range of TVs, which have been approved by the Imaging Science Foundation, another supporter of the Picture Perfect campaign.

The main purpose of the Picture Perfect campaign is to help consumers choose the correct settings in order to enjoy the best possible picture quality. In Step 1 of the Picture Perfect campaign, we will show you how to select the most appropriate picture mode for your LG TV.

First of all, switch your TV on to what you normally watch. It will usually be digital TV like Freeview, Freesat, Sky, BT Vision or Virgin Media.

Press the Menu button on your remote control and go to the Picture Menu. Here you will find the Picture Mode setting.

The ideal Picture Mode is called Cinema or, if available, THX Cinema because these Picture Modes has been optimised for the best possible picture quality.

Use the arrow buttons on your remote to highlight either of these modes and confirm this choice by pressing the OK button.

Then exit the menu back to normal TV viewing.

You need to repeat this process for everything connected to your television such as a DVD or Blu-ray player.

If you have a games console connected, then choose the Game picture mode for that input.

If you feel that the TV picture is dimmer than it used to be, then you have made the right choice. Just give your eyes some time to adjust to the new picture, and before long you will start to enjoy the more natural colours and the detail which was obscured by the overly bright image.

If when watching TV during the day you feel that you need a brighter image, then select the Standard Picture Mode or, if available, THX Bright Room.

Once you’ve selected the correct Picture Mode, now you need to set the best Aspect Ratio. Having the wrong Aspect Ratio setting can spoil detail in the image or worse, distort the picture shape.

If you happen to still be in a menu, exit to normal TV viewing.

On your remote control there is a button called Ratio, if you press this button will get a list of different Aspect Ratios.

The ideal Aspect Ratio choice is the one that retains all the detail from your high definition (HD) source (for example from Sky+ HD, Virgin, Freeview HD, FreeSat HD or a Blu-ray) and,  this choice will be called Just Scan.

Highlight the correct choice and select it by pressing the OK button on your remote control.

If you are watching a standard definition (SD) source (for example ‘normal’ TV or DVD), then the ideal Aspect Ratio choice might not be available, in which case the TV will default to Auto.

Congratulations, by following these simple steps you now have a picture that is far more natural and detailed. However, LG understands that each room has different lighting conditions, so it's best to customise your settings. Thankfully, our Picture Wizard function makes this as easy as possible and in Step 2 of Picture Perfect, we will show you how.
 

Loewe support the Picture Perfect campaignLoewe UK
Engineering Excellence for Exceptional Interiors.
From its foundation in 1923, Loewe has been at the forefront of every significant landmark in radio and television manufacturing. This includes the first electronic television broadcast in 1931, the world’s first cassette tape recorder in 1951, the world’s first 100% digital TV in 1987, and the world’s first TV with integrated internet in 1997.

This record of innovation has continued with one design classic after another, until today, where products have multiple customisable colour options, set-up solutions, and technical capabilities to meet a customer’s every desire.

With over 200 international accolades for design, plus outstanding review results for technical engineering, picture and sound quality, the Loewe brand is synonymous with excellence and is now the clear leader, in terms of market share, for premium entertainment systems in many Western European countries.
Visit Loewe to discover the many ways to enhance your living space with television and audio that complements the beauty of your home.

Loewe

Contact Information

Loewe UK Ltd
1st Floor
237a Kensington High Street
London, UK
W8 6SA

Tel +44 (0)207 368 1100

Fax +44 (0)207 368 1101

Email enquiries@loewe-uk.com

Web www.loewe-uk.com

 

Panasonic support the Picture Perfect campaignPanasonic has a long history of providing consumers with exceptional picture quality and as such we are proud to be associated with a campaign that aims to help consumers get the best possible experience from their Panasonic TV.

Panasonic’s TVs incorporate accurate picture modes and in the case of some of our range they are even certified by THX, a leading industry standards expert and fellow supporter of the Picture Perfect campaign. Panasonic also include calibration controls on our full range of TVs, which have been approved by the Imaging Science Foundation, another supporter of the Picture Perfect campaign.

The main purpose of the Picture Perfect campaign is to help consumers choose the correct settings in order to enjoy the best possible picture quality. In Step 1 of the Picture Perfect campaign, we will show you how to select the most appropriate picture mode for your Panasonic TV.

First of all, switch your TV on to what you normally watch. It will usually be digital TV like Freeview, Freesat, Sky, BT Vision or Virgin Media.

Press the Menu button on your remote control and go to the Picture Menu. Here you will find the Viewing Mode settings.

The ideal Viewing Mode is called True Cinema, Cinema or, if available, THX Cinema because these Viewing Modes have been optimised for the best possible picture quality.

Use the arrow buttons on your remote to highlight one of these modes and confirm this choice by pressing the OK button.

Then exit the menu back to normal TV viewing.

You need to repeat this process for everything connected to your television such as a DVD or Blu-ray player.

If you have a games console connected, then choose the Game viewing mode for that input.

If you feel that the TV picture is dimmer than it used to be, then you have made the right choice. Just give your eyes some time to adjust to the new picture, and before long you will start to enjoy the more natural colours and the detail which was obscured by the overly bright image.

If when watching TV during the day you feel that you need a brighter image, then select the Normal Viewing Mode or, if available, THX Bright Room.

Once you’ve selected the correct Viewing Mode, now you need to set the best Aspect Ratio. Having the wrong Aspect Ratio setting can spoil detail in the image or worse, distort the picture shape.

If you happen to still be in a menu, exit to normal TV viewing.

On your remote control there is a button called Aspect, if you press this button will get a list of different Aspect Ratios.

The ideal Aspect Ratio choice is the one that retains all the detail from your high definition (HD) source (for example from Sky+ HD, Virgin, Freeview HD, FreeSat HD or a Blu-ray) and, this choice will be will be 16:9. However you will also need to turn overscan off in the picture menu.

Highlight the correct choice and select it by pressing the OK button on your remote control.

If you are watching a standard definition (SD) source (for example ‘normal’ TV or DVD), then the ideal Aspect Ratio choice might not be available, in which case the TV will default to Auto.

Congratulations, by following these simple steps you now have a picture that is far more natural and detailed. However, Panasonic understands that each room has different lighting conditions, so it's best to customise your settings. In Step 3 of the Picture Perfect campaign, you will find out how.

 

Sharp support the Picture Perfect campaignSharp has a long history of providing consumers with exceptional picture quality and as such we are proud to be associated with a campaign that aims to help consumers get the best possible experience from their Sharp TV.

The main purpose of the Picture Perfect campaign is to help consumers choose the correct settings in order to enjoy the best possible picture quality. In Step 1 of the Picture Perfect campaign, we will show you how to select the most appropriate picture mode for your Sharp TV.

First of all, switch your TV on to what you normally watch. It will usually be digital TV like Freeview, Freesat, Sky, BT Vision or Virgin Media.

Press the AV Mode button on your remote control, here you will find the AV Mode settings.

The ideal AV Mode is called Movie because this is the one which has been optimised for the best possible picture quality.

Use the arrow buttons on your remote to highlight this mode and confirm this choice by pressing the OK button.

Then exit the menu back to normal TV viewing.

You need to repeat this process for everything connected to your television such as a DVD or Blu-ray player.

If you have a games console connected, then choose the Game AV Mode for that input.

If you feel that the TV picture is dimmer than it used to be, then you have made the right choice. Just give your eyes some time to adjust to the new picture, and before long you will start to enjoy the more natural colours and the detail which was obscured by the overly bright image.

If when watching TV during the day you feel that you need a brighter image, then select the Standard AV Mode.

Once you’ve selected the correct AV Mode, now you need to set the best Wide Mode. Having the wrong Wide Mode setting can spoil detail in the image or worse, distort the picture shape.

If you happen to still be in a menu, exit to normal TV viewing.

On your remote control there is a Wide Mode button identified with the following icon, if you press this button will get a list of different Wide Modes.

The ideal Wide Mode choice is the one that retains all the detail from your high definition (HD) source (for example from Sky+ HD, Virgin, Freeview HD, FreeSat HD or a Blu-ray) and, this choice will be will be Dot by Dot.

Highlight Dot by Dot and select it by pressing the OK button on your remote control.

If you are watching a standard definition (SD) source (for example ‘normal’ TV or DVD), then the ideal Wide Mode might not be available, in which case the TV will default to Full.

Congratulations, by following these simple steps you now have a picture that is far more natural and detailed. However, Sharp understands that each room has different lighting conditions, so it's best to customise your settings. In Step 3 of the Picture Perfect campaign, you will find out how.

 

Selecting the picture mode on Sony TVsSony support the Picture Perfect campaign

The main purpose of the Picture Perfect campaign is to help consumers choose the correct settings in order to enjoy the best possible picture quality. In Step 1 of the Picture Perfect campaign, we will show you how to select the most appropriate picture mode for your Sony TV.

First of all, switch your TV on to what you normally watch. It will usually be digital TV like Freeview, Freesat, Sky, BT Vision or Virgin Media.

Press the Options button on your remote control and then select Scene Select, where you will find the main Picture Mode settings.

Check that the Picture Mode is on the correct setting, the ideal choice in terms of image quality is called Cinema.

Use the arrow buttons on your remote to highlight either of these modes and confirm this choice by pressing the + button.

Then exit the menu back to normal TV viewing.

If your Sony TV has a Theatre button on the remote, select this and the TV will automatically be set to the best picture settings.

You need to repeat this process for everything connected to your television such as a DVD or Blu-ray player.

If you have a games console connected, then choose the Games Picture Mode for that input.

If you feel that the TV picture is dimmer than it used to be, then you have made the right choice. Just give your eyes some time to adjust to the new picture, and before long you will start to enjoy the more natural colours and the detail which was obscured by the overly bright image.

If when watching TV during the day you feel that you need a brighter image, then press Option and select the Picture Menu. Then select the Picture Mode and choose the Standard setting buy highlighting it and pressing the + button on the remote.

Once you’ve selected the correct Picture Mode, now you need to set the best Aspect Ratio. Having the wrong Aspect Ratio setting can spoil detail in the image or worse, distort the picture shape.

If you happen to still be in a menu, exit to normal TV viewing.

On your remote control there is a Aspect Ratio button identified with the following icon, if you press this button will get a list of different Aspect Ratios.

The ideal Aspect Ratio choice is the one that retains all the detail from your high definition (HD) source (for example from Sky+ HD, Virgin, Freeview HD, FreeSat HD or a Blu-ray) and, this choice will be will be Full Pixel.

To select this option you need to go to the Settings page, then the Display page and finally the Screen option. In the Screen option you will need to switch off Auto Display Area and enable Full Pixel.

If you are watching a standard definition (SD) source (for example ‘normal’ TV or DVD), then the ideal Aspect Ratio might not be available, in which case the TV will default to Auto.

Congratulations, by following these simple steps you now have a picture that is far more natural and detailed. However, Sony understands that each room has different lighting conditions, so it's best to customise your settings. In Step 3 of the Picture Perfect campaign, you will find out how.

 

Toshiba support the Picture Perfect campaignToshiba has a long history of providing consumers with exceptional picture quality and as such we are proud to be associated with a campaign that aims to help consumers get the best possible experience from their Toshiba TV.

The main purpose of the Picture Perfect campaign is to help consumers choose the correct settings in order to enjoy the best possible picture quality. In Step 1 of the Picture Perfect campaign, we will show you how to select the most appropriate picture mode for your Toshiba TV.

First of all, switch your TV on to what you normally watch. It will usually be digital TV like Freeview, Freesat, Sky, BT Vision or Virgin Media.

Press the Menu button on your remote control and go to the Picture Menu. Here you will find the Picture Mode settings.

The ideal Picture Mode is called Movie or, if available, Hollywood Night because these Picture Modes have been optimised for the best possible picture quality.

Use the arrow buttons on your remote to highlight either of these modes and confirm this choice by pressing the OK button.

Then exit the menu back to normal TV viewing.

You need to repeat this process for everything connected to your television such as a DVD or Blu-ray player.

If you have a games console connected, then choose the Game picture mode for that input.

If you feel that the TV picture is dimmer than it used to be, then you have made the right choice. Just give your eyes some time to adjust to the new picture, and before long you will start to enjoy the more natural colours and the detail which was obscured by the overly bright image.

If when watching TV during the day you feel that you need a brighter image, then select the Standard Picture Mode or, if available, Hollywood Day.

Once you’ve selected the correct Picture Mode, now you need to set the best Picture Size. Having the wrong Picture Size setting can spoil detail in the image or worse, distort the picture shape.

If you happen to still be in a menu, exit to normal TV viewing.

On your remote control there is a Picture Size button identified with the following icon, if you press this button will get a list of different Picture Sizes.

The ideal Picture Size choice is the one that retains all the detail from your high definition (HD) source (for example from Sky+ HD, Virgin, Freeview HD, FreeSat HD or a Blu-ray) and, this choice will be will be Native.

Highlight Native and select it by pressing the OK button on your remote control.

If you are watching a standard definition (SD) source (for example ‘normal’ TV or DVD), then the ideal Picture Size might not be available, in which case the TV will default to Wide.

Congratulations, by following these simple steps you now have a picture that is far more natural and detailed. However, Toshiba understands that each room has different lighting conditions, so it's best to customise your settings. In Step 3 of the Picture Perfect campaign, you will find out how.

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