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If I understand you, and your English is not the limiting factor, then I think the EE processor has multiple uses.
First, the most prevalent use might be to 'correct' or re-saturate colors if the LEDs are driven harder and their color components change as a result. Not all scenarios would require additional brightness and this function of the processor allows a customization. Actually, the same logic applies to lamps for non-LED projectors.
Implicit in this reasoning is that the input is encoded to a known and consistent standard. If the input varies, as you say based on the whims of the studio, then a standard 'correction' may or may not be an improvement. I think the design goal of the EE processor was to permit the end user to make these adjustments. The software and perhaps the hardware are rumored to be under revision. I am not aware of any way for consumer projectors to receive such information other that by noting pull-down cadences or frame rate or...
I have the processor but no software. So I am guessing at most of this. I acknowledge that and hope that the ensuing discussion will improve our common understanding. Have you posed this to EE directly?
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