Olympus: are the orange and blue warnings based on JPEG?

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Anders W Forum Pro • Posts: 21,993
Re: Olympus: are the orange and blue warnings based on JPEG?

Mark Ransom wrote:

Anders W wrote:

The raw data must be read and stored as part of the live-view feed since they are the basis for the converted data ultimately displayed. Hence, I can’t imagine it’d be much of a problem using the data prior rather than after conversion for histograms and highlight/shadows warning.

To support the extreme data rates required for real-time display update, the processing pipeline has to be highly optimized. The raw data may not be as easily accessible as you imagine.

I don’t imagine anything. I know it. The raw data are the very first stage of the pipeline you are talking about. Hence, they are by definition as easily accessible as they could be.

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