PANASONIC DMP-BD60K BLU-RAY PLAYER DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||12.9 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
PANASONIC DMP-BD60K BLU-RAY PLAYER DRIVER
The opening racing scene from Cars had a superb dimensionality that wasn't there when we viewed it on our reference player; a Sony PlayStation 3. Reds looked very red, and wheel treads stood out. Similar details stood out in all Panasonic DMP-BD60K Blu-Ray Player our tests. We noted lovely detail in the Vatican architecture in a Mission: Impossible III scene chapter 7and excellent detail in napkins, clothes, and hair in a dinner scene from The Searchers chapter 4. In another Searchers scene chapter 20the night setting looked believably dark, yet the level of detail was so great that we could study John Wayne's bad teeth.
The black-and-white opening scene of Good Night and Good Luck showed fine detail in its shades of grey, though one judge felt that the blacks could be better. It's an incredibly neat piece of engineering: Rather than Panasonic DMP-BD60K Blu-Ray Player us with evocative claims of high-end majesty, Panasonic's engineers proceeded to show us actual examples of real, technically plausible performance improvements, which this chip brings to players.
One of these was the high quality i-top deinterlacing process. There are two basic possible scenarios when it comes to i content on Blu-ray. Panasonic DMP-BD60K Blu-Ray Player is that the content was originally shot on Film or on a device with Film-like motion which has simply been edited and treated as Interlaced; a plausible scenario in the case of material destined for television rather than cinema.
The other is that the content was shot using video cameras, and both Fields of the interlaced signal contain unique motion 50i or 60i. The Video Resolution Loss Test had absolutely no untoward issues, as the BD60 correctly identified and processed the Panasonic DMP-BD60K Blu-Ray Player parts of the picture, leaving the static background untouched. It also quickly found its feet when shown the Film Resolution Loss Test, locking on to the correct cadence and processing the video correctly with only about half a second of delay.
It'd be nice to have individual picture presets for DVD and Blu-ray on a Panasonic DMP-BD60K Blu-Ray Player player to avoid this little annoyance. The menus walk you through the basic setups for video, audio, and player features. I had to tinker with the Internet settings a bit to get it all up and running, but the menus are intuitive, so the process is pretty painless.
The internal decoding to PCM is convenient for Bonus View titles since the picture-in-picture audio needs to be mixed with the main soundtrack. This mixing must be done in the player.
The audio setup menu provides clear options Panasonic DMP-BD60K Blu-Ray Player how the player handles audio internally decoded or output as native bitstreams. Panasonic continues its great work in the Blu-ray field with yet another feature-packed player. Panasonic Blu-Ray Disc Player Black DMP-BDK SD Memory Card and USB Slot so you can share your pictures quickly and easily Viera Cast for great web.