Summary of AVS Forum Tech Talk with Scott Wilkinson Volume 8: Value Electronics' 2022 4K/8K TV Shootout

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The AVS Forum's 4K/8K TV shootout is an annual event that tests the picture quality of various premium TVs. This year, the event was held in New York City and featured judges from Hollywood and YouTube channel owners. The video discusses the different types of displays that were tested and the results of the shootout.

  • 00:00:00 The Value Electronics TV Shootout is an annual event where participants can test the picture quality, color saturation, motion resolution, and detail of various premium TVs. This year, the event was held in New York City and featured judges from Hollywood and YouTube channel owners.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses AVS Forum's shootout of 4K and 8K TVs, which featured three calibrators from the forum. The judges were pleased with the calibration done by the calibrators.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, the judges evaluate the quality of 4K/8K televisions. David Medina from Warner Brothers HBO and Ken Almestica from MTV Mtv signed off on the content for grading. Jason Dustel from Digital Trends was the MC for the event.
  • 00:15:00 This YouTube video discusses the 2022 4K/8K TV Shootout, in which Value Electronics tested various quantum dot-based TVs. Some of the TVs were manufactured by Samsung Display, which has returned to manufacturing emissive displays after being absent for a few years. All of the TVs are in the same price range, and Jason says that in the next year's shootout, these TVs might be three thousand dollars.
  • 00:20:00 In this video, technology expert Scott Wilkinson discusses the different types of televisions available and their prices. He also discusses how the televisions were set up and how the viewers could see the differences between them. Finally, he asks a question about the future of televisions that use quantum dot technology.
  • 00:25:00 This video discusses how the Value Electronics' 2022 4K/8K TV Shootout was conducted, including the use of two sources of television content (meridio 8k 7g generator and oppo 203) and a matrix switch to send the signals to the displays. The hardware was from AV Pro Edge and Meridio, while the cabling was supplied by metra. All of the televisions were calibrated and had very low delta errors.
  • 00:30:00 The video in this YouTube video discusses how entry-level calibration equipment has changed in the last few years, and how enthusiasts can still calibrate their TVs using a variety of methods. One popular option is purchasing a meter paired with a display that has a specific profile, such as an X-Right display and an i1 display. Another option is to use a test pattern generator, which can be purchased for a low price.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, Scott Wilkinson discusses the judging criteria for the 2022 4K/8K TV shootout. He explains that the sdr day mode was evaluated for itsitch signals, which are grouped together dsc stands for dirty screen.
  • 00:40:00 This video discusses the different types of displays that were tested in AVS Forum's 2022 4K/8K TV shootout, including LCD, OLED, and CRT displays. The video also mentions that while LCD and OLED displays are both sample and hold-based, CRT displays still struggle with fast motion. The main goal of the day mode was to evaluate a TV in a bright room, and the three parameters that were looked at were motion resolution, dirty screen effect, and peak luminance.
  • 00:45:00 In this video, Scott Wilkinson discusses the results of the AVS Forum's 4K/8K TV Shootout and the various technologies used. He notes that while all the displays tested are capable of displaying HDR10 content, the panel used for the shootout - the Dolby Display - is capable of displaying 4000 nits of static metadata.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses the AVS Forum's 4K/8K TV shootout, which measured the five competing 4K/8K TVs against the reference monitor. The results showed that while all TVs produced beautiful images, there were trade-offs to be made between preserving brightness and detail. Sony was the only manufacturer to offer a menu option to adjust the tone mapping curve to match the display's capabilities.
  • 00:55:00 The Samsung S95B won the "4K/8K TV Shootout" in 2018, beating the Sony QD OLED TV and the LG G2 OLED TV. All three TVs had excellent contrast and black levels, but the S95B had the deepest blacks and the most local dimming zones. The LG G2 had the best off-axis viewing performance.

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The AVS Forum Tech Talk with Scott Wilkinson Volume 8 features a discussion of Value Electronics' 2022 4K/8K TV Shootout. The panelists discuss the various aspects of display technology, including subpixel structure and closed captioning. They also touch on the topics of HDR and 8K resolution.

  • 01:00:00 In this video, Scott Wilkinson discusses Value Electronics' 2022 4K/8K TV Shootout, which found that most content is still in 4K or lower resolutions, and notes that in order to upscale to 8K, users need to be able to judge 8K TVs on their ability to do so. They went back to the same setup the day before and fed 4K content through the same switch as the day before the AC MX-88.
  • 01:05:00 The video discusses how the judging criterion for 4K/8K TVs is similar to that of 8K TVs. It also shows some screenshots of test patterns and content that were used to judge 8K TVs. One of the 8K TVs couldn't resolve full ak resolution, and another had a hard edge transition around the text around the edges of the logo. John comments on 8K TVs and Jason adds that some of the content looked like the face of a tiger. Robert says that 8K TVs are "incredible" and David agrees.
  • 01:10:00 The video discusses how 8k resolution will be the biggest difference in 2022, and how manufacturers will focus on other qualities such as dynamic range, color saturation, and accuracy over resolution. While 8k resolution is already here, manufacturers will continue to focus on other qualities in order to provide the best possible viewing experience.
  • 01:15:00 The video discusses how resolution is becoming an increasingly important factor in consumer electronics, and how market forces are driving manufacturers to increase the number of resolutions available. It features a discussion of how HDR is also becoming an important factor in TV resolutions. The video concludes with a presentation of the results of a 8k TV shootout, which shows that while TVs continue to improve in resolution, they still fall short of the capabilities of the human visual system.
  • 01:20:00 This video compares the picture quality of three televisions: an LG OLED TV, a Sony XBR-75X940A 4K TV, and a Samsung UN55JU7500 8K TV. The LG OLED TV was the most expensive, but it won the shootout for reference mode. The Sony XBR-75X940A was second most expensive, and it won the shootout for day mode. The Samsung UN55JU7500 was the least expensive, and it won the shootout for HDHR reference mode.
  • 01:25:00 The AVS Forum Tech Talk with Scott Wilkinson Volume 8 covers the topic of value electronics, discussing how mini LED TVs are getting better and cheaper, and how 8k TVs are coming closer to becoming affordable. Robert points out that user feedback has been requesting that the AVS Forum's shootout be biased in favor of 8k displays, but that it would be difficult to cover up the bezels on such large displays. Caleb responds that the shootout will still take place this year and that it is still uncertain if it will be held on September 17th and 18th.
  • 01:30:00 In this video, Scott Wilkinson discusses the various aspects of display technology, starting with the subpixel structure of various displays. He concludes that the triangular arrangement of green and red subpixels on the Samsung 4K display is chosen for color gamut performance rather thanRGB stripe arrangement. David agrees with him, saying that he had never considered that the subpixel arrangement might be why. Robert also agrees, saying that he has seen color fringing on sharp objects and boundaries on photos when viewing the Samsung 4K display.
  • 01:35:00 The AVS Forum Tech Talk with Scott Wilkinson volume 8 covered Value Electronics' 2022 4K/8K TV Shootout. The panel discussed the various subpixel structures used in displays and how they affect viewing experience. They also touched on closed captioning and how it can be seen in high contrast objects.
  • 01:40:00 The video features Scott Wilkinson discussing Value Electronics' 2022 4K/8K TV Shootout. Chris Mata, technical director for Value Electronics, is also interviewed.

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