Using the Test Image

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The test image, reached from the Output Settings in DISE Replay or DISE Composer is a good and effective way of configuring your display to achieve the best image quality.

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The F1 key controls the scrolling ticker. Pressing it repeatedly will increase its speed or turn it off. This is useful to make sure that the frame rate is satisfactory - the ticker scrolls smoothly from right to left.

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The F2 key controls a moving, transparent image. Pressing it repeatedly will increase its speed or turn it off.

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The F3 key controls what background is shown. The various backgrounds aid you in

  1. Finding the borders of the display.
  2. Finetuning the white/black contrast of the display.
  3. Find the correct aspect of the display by making sure that the circle is completely round.
  4. When pixel-to-pixel correlation is vital (for instance when using LED screens), affirming that the 1 pixel wide lines in the Test image are 1 pixel wide on the screen.

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If possible, use auto adjust or similar function on your display to make sure that the display will show the image in as good quality as possible.

Lightbulb.png Note: The test image is also a good way of pinning down display issues, as it is being rendered in a different way then normal playback.

To exit the test image, press the Escape key on your keyboard or right-click the window.