Digital Video Essentials

Digital Video Essentials

Fine-tune your home theater setup with this instructional program geared toward state-of-the-art high definition plasma systems. This DVD tells you everything you need to know to set up and enhance a high-end system, explaining and demonstrating advanced calibration, and providing invaluable test patterns and instructions. Topics include progressive mastering, high-quality conversion and more.

In the 1950s, the "TV GUY" brought your new set home and tuned it for you. Then came the 1970s where we drifted into "plug and play" with the viewer doing all of the tuning. By the 1990s, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Digital Video Essentials torrent reviews

Sylvester K (ru) wrote: A fun little black comedy starring Thure Lindhardt. Eddie the Sleepwalking Cannibal is about a Danish artist who was forced to take care a mentally challenged man, it turns out the man is a sleep walking cannibal. However, the killings inspires the artist to paint amazing paintings. Eddie the Sleepwalking Cannibal is quirky, gory and tons of fun. Despite having only a small budget, every cent was well spent. The performance by Lindhardt and Smith is just simply remarkable.

Rachel W (br) wrote: very weird but interesting I had to watch it twice to make sure I didnt miss anything

Lisa Y (de) wrote: A compelling story told by one man of his thoughts, feelings and haunting dreams from his past which interferes with his present until a dream sends him into reality and his future, a future of happiness.

James H (au) wrote: Taryn Manning is an appealing performer and is well cast, but the film has no depth. It is cold and unfeeling making it uninvolving. The characters lack dimension.

Andrei D (br) wrote: Underwood si Keener joaca foarte bine, dar scenariul e nitel prea obtuz pentru propriul lui bine...

Paula S (us) wrote: Really beautiful scenery.

Frances H (fr) wrote: Cute, funny film about high school crushes.

Matt K (de) wrote: I like the recurring theme of "being brought into the light" that lines this otherwise typical sword-and-sandal epic movie.


Thomas H (jp) wrote: kind of like eternal sunshine, but much stranger

Jacob M (kr) wrote: Yankee Doodle Dandy tells the true story of George Cohan, a legendary performer back in the old days. The film begins when Cohan (James Cagney) is called by The President (Jack Young), who's supposed to be FDR, to tell him his life story. Cohan recalls his birth on the 4th of July, his time as a selfish, child performer with his musical family, his solo success with longtime partner Sam Harris (Richard Whorf), his marriage to wife Mary (Joan Leslie), and his accomplishments at inspiring the troops during WWI with his song "Over There", which kind of became the theme song for that era. Other stars appearing in the film includes Walter Huston as George's dad, Rosemary De Camp as George's mom, Jeanne Cagney, Cagney's real life sister, playing George's sister, and Irene Manning as Fay Templeton, a Broadway star who gets the chance to star in one of George's show. When hearing the title Yankee Doodle Dandy, I figured that considering that this is the 4th of July weekend, this would be the perfect film to watch to celebrate the country of America. And boy, was I right. Yankee Doodle Dandy features an incredible sense of American patriotism, something lacking in America today, and an incredible performance by James Cagney. James Cagney, before playing this role, had been known for playing tough gangsters in the 1930's. But before his success, he was, in fact, a musical performer. When it was time for this film to be made, Cagney decided to return to his musical roots, a decision that shocked people believing him to be a tough guy. In the end, Cagney won an Oscar for his role of the American icon, and it's well deserved. Cagney's performance is the biggest highlight of the film. Now I'm not familiar with the real George Cohan, but Cagney's take on the character is a realistic performance. The musical numbers, which are all placed on a stage, are terrific, featuring Cagney performing incredible choreography, although Gene Kelly still tops him. The songs are also incredible. From the inspiring "Over There", to "45 Minutes from Broadway", "Mary", "You're a Grand Old Flag", and "Yankee Doodle Dandy", every song shows great American pride and could possibly move the American hearts. The final thing I have to mention is the performance of Joan Leslie as Cohan's wife. Cagney was in his 40's when doing the role, while Leslie was only 17. You'd think that the romance would be weird considering the odd age difference, but it actually works, cause Leslie was also a treat to watch in this film. While it's not Singin' in the Rain or The Music Man, Yankee Doodle Dandy is entertaining on its own way, with some high American spirit and James Cagney's performance. Recommended for anyone interested in Cohan or someone who is an admirer of America as a whole. "Ladies and gentleman. My father thanks you. My mother thanks you. My sister thanks you. And I thank you" for reading this review.

Tony K (au) wrote: Robert Quarry deserved to be a true-blue horror star on par with Price and Cushing.

TJ C (jp) wrote: Based on my Curacaon exploits on the beach