VideoProcessor turns a computer into a 4k HDR capable live video processor by connecting a video capture card to a renderer and taking care of details such as conversion, timing and HDR metadata.
This allows advanced renderers to do things like 3D LUT, HDR tone mapping, scaling, deinterlacing and much more which can significantly improve image quality on most displays and beamers.
I made a small video on the effects of a 3DLUT with VideoProcessor, which is why I got into this whole thing in the first place. (It turns out that making movies of movie screens a whole art in itself, one I clearly don't master. It looks significantly better in reality I can tell you )
How does it work?
You will need a Windows computer with a capture card and a video card. VideoProcessor will take video from your capture card, adjust, delay and processes them as required and then push them through a renderer and out of the video card.
An install with VideoProcessor would look something like the following:
VP can only process what can be captured. You'll need an HDCP free source.
- Manuals, guides and details are on videoprocessor.org
- The code, releases and instructions are on GitHub at defl/videoprocessor.
💾 Latest release: 1.0.0 (stable)