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The BUROSCH test patterns are the visual reference for correct TV setup. Only when adjusted these Burosch test patterns to correct reproduction, you will enjoy perfect motion picture performance.

Each test pattern has a certain very sensitive test area to adjust a certain corresponding function in the TV setup i.e. use basic test pattern no. 1 to adjust the picture size to original 16:9 reproduction without these unnecessary black bars or a part of the picture is cut-off.

Adjust every display to see: Correct picture size, natural colors, every detail in dark or bright motion pictures and a maximum of picture sharpness.

No matter of display technology, size or manufacture.

Our tip: Do the download on your USB stick and than plug to the input of your Blu-ray player  Link: How to Use

Factory settings are the poor settings for the TV when it has been purchased new. These settings are not the ones you want permanently as they are designed for low power consumption. The in-store setting with lots of bright, ambient light is also totally different. Disable any sort of dynamic display changing. Some televisions are equipped with an ambient sensor which is used to automatically adjust the television color based on the environment. Unfortunately, dynamic modes tend to result in bright and garish pictures, so it's usually best to avoid using them.


List of the 24 BUROSCH Reference TV Test Patterns

Basic Test Patterns for Quick and Easy TV Setup Adjustment

Universal Test Pattern "First Check" for complete setup adjustment

Reference Test Patterns for Professional Display Analysis

Full-HD real professional pictures to double check the test pattern adjustment

 

Basic Test Patterns for Quick and Easy TV Setup Adjustment of:

Picture Size, Brightmess, Contrast, Color Intensity, Pure White Adjustment to D65 and Perfect Sharpness

 

Burosch Basic Bildformat

1. Basic test pattern to adjust picture size (Overscan)

 

Burosch Basic Helligkeit Testbild

2. Basic test pattern to adjust the function "Brightness" - correct: "Dark Level"
Adjust the brightness levels. The brightness setting isn't actually a control for brightness, but rather the level of blackness.

 

Burosch Basic Kontrast Testbild

3. Basic test pattern to adjust "Contrast" - correct: "White Level"
The contrast setting isn't actually a control for contrast, but rather the brightness of the white. Adjust the contrast levels until you can distinguish between dark blacks, light blacks, dark whites, and light whites.

 

Burosch Basic Farbe

4. Basic test pattern to adjust "Color" intensity to perfect naturalness and pure White D65

 

Burosch Basic Schärfe

5. Basic test pattern to adjust picture sharpness to see the cross hair lines without the unnecessary white outlines
The sharpness setting adds information to the picture so that it looks more crisp. If your television is high definition, then you most likely do not need sharpness and can reduce it.

 

Test Patterns for Universal Use 

Combined Test Functions in One Pattern
Check and Adjust: Picture Size, Brightness, Contrast, Correct Color Intensity, Pure White D65 and Sharpness

Burosch First Check

First Check Test Pattern with "Step by Step" instruction in the pattern itself.
How to Use:
TV und Beamer Bildoptimierung und Anwendung des First Check Testbilds 
How to Use: Animation zur Anwendung

 

Burosch Ladies Testbild

Ladies Test Pattern
How to Use: TV und Beamer Bildoptimierung mit dem Ladies Testbild

 

Burosch AVEC Testbild

AVEC Test Pattern  
How to Use: Dokumentation

 

Burosch Divas Testbild

DIVAS Test Pattern  
How to Use:  Documentation

 

Test Patterns for Professional Display Analysis

Black Level Testbild

Black Level Test Pattern for the professional adjustment of "Brightness"
Adjust the "Dark Level" to see the reference black line exactly to RGB 16
How to Use: Documentation 

 

White Level Testbild

White Level Test Pattern for the profesional adjustment of "Contrast"
Adjust the "White Level" to see the reference white line exactly to RGB 235
How to use:  Documentation

 

Burosch Bars 64 Testbild

Gray Bars Test Pattern in 64 Steps, check both: Brightness and Conrast
How to use:  Documentation

 

Burosch BCC Testbild

BCC Test Pattern: Brightness and  Contrast Check in One Combined Test Pattern
How to Use: Documentation

 

Burosch Canvas Testbild

Canvas Test Pattern: Especially disigned for complete Full-HD beamer test 
How to Use: Documentation

 

Burosch Color Fields Magenta

Color Fields Test Pattern, secundary color test
How to Use: Documentation 

 

Burosch Display Banding 0-100 Testbild

Display Banding Test Pattern 0-100%  
How to Use: Documentation

 

Real Picture to Double Check Picture Quality

Burosch B-TV Realbild

B-TV Realbild: Real Picture to Check the Correct Picture Size Reproduction

 

Burosch Black Beauty Realbild

Black Beauty. Picture of a Lady - These very dark black hairs have to be seen, even on the right side

 

Burosch Winter Realbild

Winter Real picture: Even the smallest traces in the winter area have to be seen, when the "Contrast" (White Level) is correct adjusted

 

Burosch Kinder Realbild

Children Real Picture: The correct natural color reproduction of of the skin tone is a very critical test function. Please see four different skin tones.

 

Burosch Bäume Realbild

Nice picture of trees in the winter time. To double check the function of sharpness. No white outlines visible.

 

Burosch Hawaii Realbild

Hawaii. Enjoy the perfect picture quality. Result of a perfect adjuted display.

 

Each TV and beamer input has to adjusted separately. Please be aware to get total different picture result when adjusting the USB input (extended video range RGB 0 to 255) comparing to the HDMI input (normal video range RGB 16 to 235). If your television has a feature that allows saving calibration profiles, then calibrate your television for each input device. For example, the picture from your DVD or Blu-ray player will differ from the picture out of your cable box so you should have different calibration settings for each. For optimal viewing, you may wish to calibrate your television for each source of picture. Calibrate your television at least once per year. Over time, the quality of your television lights and colors degrade, thus requiring a recalibration on an annual basis. If your television has a feature that allows saving calibration profiles, then calibrate your television twice: once for day time and once for night time (Back Light Function). Unless your television is in a room without windows, the brightness of the sunlight will affect your viewing experience. During the day, the television should use brighter settings. During the night, use darker settings

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