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Re: HDR status Sun, 10 July 2016 11:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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alex_t wrote on Sun, 10 July 2016 10:03
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Does this 1st release include any HDR patterns ? If not, Do you plan to add any in a near future ?


HDR patterns does not exist Wink You "only" need a device which adds the HDR flag to the test pattersn. That's possible e.g. with a HD Fury integral. And after Lumagen has implemented HDR you can also use your Radiance Pro for that.

Or do you think about "HDR patterns" which show you 100, 200 ... 10000 nits? That would really help to clip e.g. a projector at 1000 nits. But also for this: you can use the hidden test patterns on each SONY UHD.


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Re: HDR status Sun, 10 July 2016 11:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Nudge wrote on Sun, 10 July 2016 12:27
alex_t wrote on Sun, 10 July 2016 10:03
eat.
Does this 1st release include any HDR patterns ? If not, Do you plan to add any in a near future ?


HDR patterns does not exist Wink You "only" need a device which adds the HDR flag to the test pattersn. That's possible e.g. with a HD Fury integral. And after Lumagen has implemented HDR you can also use your Radiance Pro for that.

Or do you think about "HDR patterns" which show you 100, 200 ... 10000 nits? That would really help to clip e.g. a projector at 1000 nits. But also for this: you can use the hidden test patterns on each SONY UHD.


Thanks. Actually I thought about black and white level, banding, clipping and so on. I'm not sure that existing REC709 patterns are relevant for HDR even with info/avi frame saying HDR/REC2020.

Have you tested ?

What I have tested is only RGB triplet in HDR mode (with HDFURY). With RGB triplet I can test what I want but sometimes a reference pattern can be useful to double check.

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Re: HDR status Sun, 10 July 2016 12:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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alex_t wrote on Sun, 10 July 2016 12:50

Thanks. Actually I thought about black and white level, banding, clipping and so on.


Yes, it would be very nice to have such patterns for clipping etc.

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I'm not sure that existing REC709 patterns are relevant for HDR even with info/avi frame saying HDR/REC2020.

Have you tested ?


Well, sometimes it makes sense to use REC.709-patterns and you can also use them to e.g. adjust the clipping exactly when you are using a probe.


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What I have tested is only RGB triplet in HDR mode (with HDFURY). With RGB triplet I can test what I want but sometimes a reference pattern can be useful to double check.


Yes, I agree with you.


Source: BDT-110, HD-XE1, VT-1S, UFS-924
Calibration: LightSpace CMS, CalMAN 5 Pro, Chroma Pure, Radiance Pro 4446, Chroma 5, C6, EODIS3, i1 pro 2, Klein K10-A
Target: JVC-X7000, TX-P65VTW60
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Re: HDR status Sun, 10 July 2016 13:03 Go to previous message
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Thank you.

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