paulbnl wrote:The ADV dsp is just basic multiplication/division so it is not suitable for gamma correction.
Can we re-use the scaler's 8bit palette to use as LUT?
Sorgelig wrote:paulbnl did a great job in refactoring the code, so now it uses BRAM and minimum logic and therefore is good to integrate.
Sorgelig wrote:But in general, I still don't see much use of that. In most cases well adjusted brightness and contrast on a good quality monitor provides a great picture without gamma corrections.
Sorgelig wrote:Many small monitors (<13") today are produced mostly by unknown cost saving companies and have garbage quality of color level representation. I have several such monitors.
Threepwood wrote:Take a look at monitors by https://www.beetronics.co.uk/ They sell industrial grade small screens with IPS panels. I have their 15" 4:3 IPS (Model 15VGM), which is gorgeous.
Sorgelig wrote:In many cases "professional monitor" means some specific feature and completely disregards many other features. I've bough Lilliput monitor which is also called "professional" It has many buttons and rockers on face plate, it comes with sunshade and battery options, It has many digital and analog inputs. So it pretends to be a professional but:
- glossy screen - only this option should remove this monitor from professional category.
- it doesn't lock to input frame rate. So it's locked internally to 60Hz regardless input frequency.
- dark levels are quite rubbish regardless the settings.
Otherwise it's professional
JamesF wrote:Attached Polynomial Gamma with 2.3 to 3.0 cure below 50% input in 0.1 jumps, and above that is your native gamma.
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