The Entertainment Merchants Association handed out its 2005-2006 DVD awards Tuesday night in categories that hardly resembled those for other awards ceremonies. For example, Paramount Home Entertainment's Titanic: Special Collector's Edition received trophies for Best Video Transfer From a Non-Digital Source and Best Supplementary Material. Buena Vista Home Entertainment's Lost: The Complete First Season picked up awards for Best Commentary and Best Overall Presentation for a TV release. Warner Home Video's two-disk Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: Special Edition received honors for DVD Extras of the Year and Sellthrough Title of the Year from a Major Studio.