Well, and what settings look best depends heavily on the display they are using since different displays have different capabilities (brightness, contrast, color gamut).That's the problem with HDR, you nailed it, right on the head.
Hi jorisdriesenHey guys,
currently a very happy madVR user with my 6050UB, but thinking about making the upgrade to an NX5 in the near future. I would still use my HTPC with madVR with the NX5, but would I need to somehow turn off the NX5's tone mapping to avoid that it "overrides" madVR's processing ? Or do they complement eachother in some way ?
The point of me writing these above lines is exactly that a lot of things suggest otherwise, meanwhile. Madshi's words being among them. I am not the one who just goes out and rants around, but I felt it is time for a clear question in hope for a clear answer.Nothing in this thread suggests otherwise, so until madshi says something to the contrary, you can safely believe that he is going to stick to his word as he always has done.
why? enjoy the ride or get off the bus.The point of me writing these above lines is exactly that a lot of things suggest otherwise, meanwhile. Madshi's words being among them. I am not the one who just goes out and rants around, but I felt it is time for a clear question in hope for a clear answer.
I've got the same problem with dropped frames. It is caused by Windows Defender falsly detecting a component as virus and it keeps rechecking it constantly even so I told it to leave it alone for one part but I feel there is more to it than just that.Hello,
first of all sorry that I just put it in the thread for the future and marketing of madvr.
There was a special thread about HDR to SDR tonemapping somewhere, but I can't find it anymore.
Some time ago I reported that I had problems with jittering and dropped frames with all versions after 120.
You wrote, that this is due to some monitoring functions, and successfully eliminated this problem with version 128.
With 129/130 I have the same problems with dropped frames again.
Can you please let me know which Contrast Recovery options you still find useful? Is anyone still using one of the following? Manni's L80 Soulnight's Mirror Neo-XP's Equalizer Fer15's old Medium Neo-XP's 1.0 High Hopefully the new Log strengths can replace some/all of these? Neo-XP 1.0 High...www.avsforum.com
Even switching from my old GTX 1060 to an RTX 3070 did not help with the dropped frames,
although the card is now bored now.
Have you found an explanation for this in the meantime?
Back to the tested curves.
Since I use a very bright TV, just like apparently "" quitvoit ", I have tested some of its 870 Nit's curves
and always come back to its" r13-870 Nit's "version with [email protected], and
If there was a wish list which curves should be included in the final version, this curve would be at the top of my list for bright TVs.
A simple change log would be very very useful instead of having to make sure you read each and every post which can be daunting if you missed a whole week.Perhaps it would already be helpful if we could have sort of a pinned "recommended settings" post for "milestone betas" in the first post of this thread.
For example, right now this could be settings for beta 128. A post like 12694, for example.
This pinned post could then be updated once in a while by an experienced user (e.g. Neo-XP).
I hope you understand what I mean. My english is rather poor.
And I don't want to get off the bus.