- Log/Hill (Neo-XP's versions)
: (15) Neo-XP, RioBar4U, KoKlusz, SamuriHL, chros73, *Mori*, Icaro, Shinji Mikami, quietvoid, Onkyoman, dimi123, Manni01, SirMaster, ddgdl, CoryW
- L-80 (Manni01's version)
: (23) Manni01, LTD_666, stefanelli73, JonnyVee, Emiliano Del Frate, Shinji Mikami, 3ll3d00d, lovingdvd, zombie10k, claw, Lowlow74, williamss, alps006, neo_2009, jasonwc07, dimi123, Neo-XP, SamuriHL, xton, speedy7461, king conan, ddgdl, cogdok
- L-63 (Neo-XP's version)
: (8) woofer
, Boris Zatserkovnyy
- LV-426 (aka L-Diff)
: (2) catav
: could live with L-80 (Manni01's version).
Linear high strength:
- Mirror (Soulnight's version)
: (3) OnkelB, Jan.2000, MoFa
Log (Neo-XP's version): 100-175-231-264-287-305-320-333-344-362-377-400 (min: 100, range: 300)
Hill (Neo-XP's version): 100-175-225-261-288-308-325-339-350-368-381-400 (min: 100, range: 300, mid: 1, S:1)
L-80 (Manni01's version): 80-110-140-170-200-230-260-290-320-380-440-500
LV-426 (aka L-Diff): 80-105-130-155-180-205-230-255-280-330-380-480
L-63 (Neo-XP's version): 63-88-113-138-163-188-213-238-263-313-363-463
Mirror (Soulnight's version): 25-25-50-75-100-125-150-175-200-250-300-400
* you can vote for 1 hill and 1 linear max. If you vote for other linear settings, please specify if you could live with L-80 (Manni01's version) or if it is impossible for you
: conservative, controlled, balanced, subtle, moderate dynamic range, reasonable, restrained, moderate, cautious, neutral, natural, relaxed, organic, for monitors/TVs/flat panel displays(?)
permissive, liberal, straight, dynamic, high dynamic range, high 3D effect, pop effect, strict, tough, harsh, rough, conventional, for projectors(?)
Linear high strength:
radical, extreme, experimental, ultra, immoderate, excessive, intense, unreasonable, high contrast, psychedelic
* you can propose names for each type of curve, they must be intuitive choices for new users (describing the HSTM effect)
Reported issues with Mirror:
Originally Posted by chros73
Mirror: it produced the same black/white images e.g. @ 00:15 Pacific Rim (link above) with the attached settings. Probably the starting value is too low? Same happened with the one that started with 0.
Confirmed by Boris Zatserkovnyy (thanks!).
Originally Posted by Neo-XP
Trying to watch some Pacific Rim scenes with Mirror, I have another problem: strong flickering on this sequence (when the camera is on Charlie Hunnam): https://www.mediafire.com/file/0fcgz...issue.mkv/file
Pacific Rim, frames 139837 to 140563. No problem (that I could see) with Log or L-80.