Bit depth = levels of gradient?

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57even Forum Pro • Posts: 13,569
Re: Bit depth = levels of gradient?

John Sheehy wrote:

57even wrote:

8-bit media devices are a bind.

Especially with software-based integer color management. It can really screw up non-noised gradients. I almost puked when I looked at a greyscale gradient across the monitor years ago after I tried "correcting" the monitor in software.

Just add noise reduction software and JPEG compression...

I do a lot of work with graphics, which is noiseless of course. It's a constant trial. Can't wait for 10-bit to become standard.

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