Originally Posted by Wookii
Personally I’d like to see a future IM implementation where the Radiance Pro reads ahead by a frame and calculates its own dynamic tone mapping based on that frames peak luminance. That then removes the reliance on possible incorrect metadata, and will also possibly give users more control over how much range and variation that dynamic tone mapping is allowed to use between frames.
Some Displays already have their own way to analyze frames and dynamically modify tone mapping (for example LG and even this years Sony projectors have some kind of dynamic enhancement).
I'm quite happy with the current state of IM compared to the original implementation. But I also think, this frame analysis would be a major step to improve the HDR experience, provided that the Radiance has enough processing power and the result wouldn't look like a bad tuned dynamic iris.
Projectors: JVC DLA-X9500 (RS620) and DLA-X5000 (RS400) stacked for Infitec passive 3D
VP/Calibration: Lumagen Radiance Pro, LightSpace CMS, ChromaPure V3, X-Rite i1 Pro2, X-Rite i1 Display Pro