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post #61 of 229 Old 06-18-2012, 03:46 AM
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Similar to Audioguy, I'm using one with a Sony1000 and Lumagen, with it typicially set at 40.   I like the result.

I have the Sony1000 as well. You using in addition to Reality Creation?

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I have the Sony1000 as well. You using in addition to Reality Creation?


Yes.   The 1000 with RC is of course already outstanding.    The way I would describe the DD's enhancement is an increase in intra-scene contrast.   Using sparingly, I do think it makes a positive contribution.

 

PS   Another way to describe my impression is that the DD makes the pic contrastier.    E.g., in looking at a tree, the DD darkens the dark areas and lightens the bright ones.    Too much, though, can look very artificial; e.g., on a close up of a male face with (fashionable) stubble, too much DD can make the dark hairs jump out, and the facial moisture too bright, so that it does become cartoonish.   But in the range 30 to 40, I find it nice.

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Yes.   The 1000 with RC is of course already outstanding.    The way I would describe the DD's enhancement is an increase in intra-scene contrast.   Using sparingly, I do think it makes a positive contribution.

PS   Another way to describe my impression is that the DD makes the pic contrastier.    E.g., in looking at a tree, the DD darkens the dark areas and lightens the bright ones.    Too much, though, can look very artificial; e.g., on a close up of a male face with (fashionable) stubble, too much DD can make the dark hairs jump out, and the facial moisture too bright, so that it does become cartoonish.   But in the range 30 to 40, I find it nice.

Thanks. What levels are you setting RC in conjunction with the DD?

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Thanks. What levels are you setting RC in conjustion with the DD?


I'll have to check tonight when I get home.

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Thanks. What levels are you setting RC in conjunction with the DD?


I have Resolution at 20, and Noise Filtering at 10, therefore very low; haven't really played with them that much.

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I have a Darblet and am using it "judiciously" with my Sim2 HT5000. I use it for all DirecTV material and I like the look at about 50 to 60 depending on program material. Higher if the program is particularly soft. On Blu-Ray's I either don't use it or set it no higher than about 40 on softer material. I can see artifacts on the Spears & Munsil DVD above 30, but only on the test patterns, never on program material. I consider it a great value if I control myself in its use.
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I have a Darblet and am using it "judiciously" with my Sim2 HT5000. I use it for all DirecTV material and I like the look at about 50 to 60 depending on program material. Higher if the program is particularly soft. On Blu-Ray's I either don't use it or set it no higher than about 40 on softer material. I can see artifacts on the Spears & Munsil DVD above 30, but only on the test patterns, never on program material. I consider it a great value if I control myself in its use.

We would sure be interested to know which S & M test pattern(s), the Darblet processing Mode(s) and the Setting(s) for which you are seeing artifacts. You don't need to include the Full Pop Mode results as artifacts in that Mode are to be expected.

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I have a Darblet and am using it "judiciously" with my Sim2 HT5000. I use it for all DirecTV material and I like the look at about 50 to 60 depending on program material. Higher if the program is particularly soft. On Blu-Ray's I either don't use it or set it no higher than about 40 on softer material. I can see artifacts on the Spears & Munsil DVD above 30, but only on the test patterns, never on program material. I consider it a great value if I control myself in its use.

We would sure be interested to know which S & M test pattern(s), the Darblet processing Mode(s) and the Setting(s) for which you are seeing artifacts. You don't need to include the Full Pop Mode results as artifacts in that Mode are to be expected.

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Using the green HD mode at any level above about 40 gives artifacts in both the Luma Zone Plate pattern and the Chroma Zone Plate pattern. It shows up slightly at 40 and gets progressively worse at higher levels. It shows up in the background of the patterns like pools of spilled paint. I don't know how serious this is, or if it is serious at all, as I haven't noticed these artifacts in any program material.

I also get artifacts in the text of the HDNET test pattern that I recorded some time ago on DirecTV. This artifact presents itself at about 50% in the green HD mode. It shows up with the black text on a gray background. The artifact is a lightening of the space between letters. As the Darbee percentage is increased the space between letters changes brightness and gets brighter until at 100% the spaces are virtually white. It's like going from 30% to 100% on a grayscale, and only between letters. I wouldn't describe it as a halo effect, and it's not too distracting at all, but it is present.

The S&M artifacts have been reported by others, most notably by Mark_H, IIRC.

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Here you go... ignore the moiring as it's exacerbated by the shrinking of the image, but look at the big vertical "pools" in the image - they aren't present when the Darblet processing is turned off. Here, at 120% they are clearly visible. At my preferred setting of 35% they don't really show up much.

And as above, such issues aren't obvious when viewing films etc, but this clearly shows that the Darblet is impacting upon the image, which is of course no surprise given that we know the Darblet changes the image.

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The problem artefact for me is the trailing/ghosting I reported on text in Chronicles of Riddick, but again, as low levels you don't see it, only when the percentage is pushed high.

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Mark, would it be possible to post more pics in 10% increments. Just curious to see the difference.

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Using the green HD mode at any level above about 40 gives artifacts in both the Luma Zone Plate pattern and the Chroma Zone Plate pattern. It shows up slightly at 40 and gets progressively worse at higher levels. It shows up in the background of the patterns like pools of spilled paint. I don't know how serious this is, or if it is serious at all, as I haven't noticed these artifacts in any program material.
I also get artifacts in the text of the HDNET test pattern that I recorded some time ago on DirecTV. This artifact presents itself at about 50% in the green HD mode. It shows up with the black text on a gray background. The artifact is a lightening of the space between letters. As the Darbee percentage is increased the space between letters changes brightness and gets brighter until at 100% the spaces are virtually white. It's like going from 30% to 100% on a grayscale, and only between letters. I wouldn't describe it as a halo effect, and it's not too distracting at all, but it is present.
The S&M artifacts have been reported by others, most notably by Mark_H, IIRC.
Hope this helps.

Thank you very much. Your findings are very helpful for cross reference against our technical errata.

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Here you go... ignore the moiring as it's exacerbated by the shrinking of the image, but look at the big vertical "pools" in the image - they aren't present when the Darblet processing is turned off. Here, at 120% they are clearly visible. At my preferred setting of 35% they don't really show up much.
And as above, such issues aren't obvious when viewing films etc, but this clearly shows that the Darblet is impacting upon the image, which is of course no surprise given that we know the Darblet changes the image.
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The problem artefact for me is the trailing/ghosting I reported on text in Chronicles of Riddick, but again, as low levels you don't see it, only when the percentage is pushed high.

Thank you for this excellent example. We certainly do modify the image.

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OK, here is an example of the texting artefact. I *have* seen this during a film (Chronicles of Riddick, chapter 2, when planet name is on screen) and it's the only time I've been aware of something being wrong as opposed to the image being simply over processed. Again, once the Darblet is dialled back to 35% or so the artefact vanishes.

Apologies for pic quality here (handheld iPhone image).

This is POP mode at 120% to exacerbate the problem.

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Next question is when or how far away will there be A Fix biggrin.gif,

Because the Darblet has A colorspace bug thus we cant send the Displays native colorspace in most cases YcBcR
would likely show through on S&M tespatterns regardless when non optimum colorspace is being sent...
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Are all those extra circles erroneous, or are they just exaggerated by the processing?

If the former, that seems odd if the Darblet is supposed to work on adjacent area contrast cues.

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Here you go... ignore the moiring as it's exacerbated by the shrinking of the image, but look at the big vertical "pools" in the image - they aren't present when the Darblet processing is turned off. Here, at 120% they are clearly visible. At my preferred setting of 35% they don't really show up much.
And as above, such issues aren't obvious when viewing films etc, but this clearly shows that the Darblet is impacting upon the image, which is of course no surprise given that we know the Darblet changes the image.
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The problem artefact for me is the trailing/ghosting I reported on text in Chronicles of Riddick, but again, as low levels you don't see it, only when the percentage is pushed high.

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Those circles "moiring" are due to the image being compressed for posting,
Its the Color pools/blobs that Mark is pointing out..
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Ah, I see them, thanks.

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I've hooked up the Darbee between my Lumagen Radiance XE and my Sim2 C3X 1080 3chip DLP - 2D only - projector.

I've been using the Darbee on both DirecTV and now my Theta Digital Compl Blu blu ray player
(modded by Theta Oppo BDP-83). I finc that I prefer the "Hi Def" setting at 35. Higher than 35 appears to start getting too sharp. Also, my pre-Darbee settings on the Sim2 projector are 24 for noise reduction and 6 for sharpness. With the Darbee, I have found that reducing the sharpness to zero, but leaving the same noise reduction setting as before, gives me clearly the best picture, again on both DirecTV and blu ray.

Tonight we watched the recently released blu ray of the Ghost Rider sequel. WOW1 Talk about a great movie for contrast. Black scenes with the Ghost Rirder's [email protected]@ More real life definition, people look more "3D" and black seems blacker with white seeming whiter!!

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Those circles "moiring" are due to the image being compressed for posting,
Its the Color pools/blobs that Mark is pointing out..

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I've hooked up the Darbee between my Lumagen Radiance XE and my Sim2 C3X 1080 3chip DLP - 2D only - projector.
I've been using the Darbee on both DirecTV and now my Theta Digital Compl Blu blu ray player
(modded by Theta Oppo BDP-83). I finc that I prefer the "Hi Def" setting at 35. Higher than 35 appears to start getting too sharp. Also, my pre-Darbee settings on the Sim2 projector are 24 for noise reduction and 6 for sharpness. With the Darbee, I have found that reducing the sharpness to zero, but leaving the same noise reduction setting as before, gives me clearly the best picture, again on both DirecTV and blu ray.
Tonight we watched the recently released blu ray of the Ghost Rider sequel. WOW1 Talk about a great movie for contrast. Black scenes with the Ghost Rirder's [email protected]@ More real life definition, people look more "3D" and black seems blacker with white seeming whiter!!
I am starting to get impressed!

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Can't wait to get mine. Hopefully by this Monday I'll be Darbletized.

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Got my new Darblet yesterday to use with my JVC RS40 and Lumagen XD, I'm still having the color space issue that I thought was going to be fixed. I have to turn my projector for RGB for it to display properly, I thought that was to be fixed with the new firmware. I obviously got new firmware as I am able to adjust control by increments of 1. My firmware version is 1.3.21 and it says software version 2.8.2205. Other than that, I put in a blu-ray I had watched and was familiar with and turned the setting to Hi Def and turned it to around 55%. It does do what people say, it sharpens image and it's like a veil is lifted. It's neat to pause an image and turn it on/off to see what it does to image. Very nice especially for the price.

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Guess what showed up today? That's right, my Darbee.cool.gif After the kids go to bed, I have a date with a Darblet.

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Guess what showed up today? That's right, my Darbee.cool.gif After the kids go to bed, I have a date with a Darblet.

How did your date go? was it successful ? biggrin.gif

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Finally set mine up i have to admit im impressed. Im at HD 50% and for that price it was a worthwhile investment. smile.gif

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Just a follow up as I have been using Darblet for about 5-6 movies now. Everyone with a projector should have one of these. I'm still very happy with the results it produces. It's kind of like you don't know what you are missing till its gone. I was watching a movie last night and watched 5 minutes with the Darblet off, then watched the same 5 minutes with it on and it's like I had better focus and a sharper more detailed picture.

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