Roland Wooster

Lives in United States Sacramento, CA, United States
Joined on Jul 26, 2003

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  • Replied in Don't do it!
    I have had and dumped so many TC's I feel I need to jump in here. I had the version II 1.7x and the 2.0x - both were horrible, I sold them. I ultimately concluded that I would prefer cropping ...
  • Yes I'm 100% sure that the 7th and 8th Gen Intel processors support HDR-10, and the Nvidia GTX 10 support HDR-10. I use this every day on multiple machines. The Intel graphics supports 10 bits in ...
  • You don't need DP 1.3 or DP 1.4 for HDR, you just need DP 1.2 (HBR2 bandwidth) with the optional HDR metadata support specified in DP 1.4. Unfortunately the DP naming is confusing and ...
  • So your display is pure RGB LEDs without any kind of LCD screen in front? You're not talking about some LED backlight, but fully exposed LEDs to the front? If so, then you should be able to achieve ...
  • Today the biggest challenge for content creators (photo or video) is the lack of software to support real HDR (as opposed to compressed dynamic range HDR that people have become familiar with and ...
  • All of the following support HDR-10 output to the display from the GPU. All of them support HDR-10 input. Dynamic meta data support is being developed via GPU software updates, some early ...
  • You are confusing monitors with TVs. There is a huge difference with respect to dynamic meta data utilization. The important question is "where is the dynamic meta data processing?" In a TV it's ...
  • Intel's Ark that is. https://ark.intel.com/compare/122589,95451 The 8th Gen part is a quad core, hyper threaded processor with 8 threads. The 7th Gen part is a dual core, hyper threaded to 4 threads. ...
  • Mine is a i7-6560U with 540 graphics.
  • I have a Dell XPS13 which has no trouble playing FHD or 4K content to an external monitor (as the integrated panel is only 3200x1800). Mine is a 6th Generation Core i7 version. Roland.
  • There are probably no "high end 4K cinema cameras" that are limited to only 8-bit, the exception being special purpose high frame rate shooting, like at 480fps or faster. Some "high end cinema ...
  • If your only output desire is printing then HDR may not add value as paper is particularly low contrast. Roland.
  • Typical TN or older style IPS panels achieve contrast ratios of 700:1 or less. Newer IPS achieves 1400:1 and MVA panels can achieve 3000:1 (albeit with some other performance compromises versus ...
  • Yes of course. Take a look at the free "HDR Image Viewer" app from the Microsoft Store, along with some JXR encoded images. Roland.
  • All of the responses you've seen I would conjecture are from people who neither have a HDR monitor, nor HDR software. HDR-10 is the new image format, used by Windows 10, Redstone3 (version 1709, ...
  • 1080P is only 2Mpix. Suitable for my camera from 2002 Even 4K monitors are only 8Mpix. Suitable for my camera from 10 years ago. If your eyesight is good enough, or corrected, 4K monitors are a ...
  • You have a good approach using both a SSD for windows/applications/editing, and then a HDD for long term storage, however, honestly 128GB would be a bit limiting. Perhaps a better solution would ...
  • Unbelievable. The one thing I would change in my GH5 isn't fixed.
    Still no 4K/60/10bit 4:2:2 internal recording.
    Also for my handheld usage it's a big loss to remove IBIS.

    Obviously...

  • The D850 is surely a nice camera but I've held off, waiting for 4K/60 - hopefully the D860... 4K/60 Video Ideally with 150Mbps level quality H.264 encoding Video focus peaking at 4K/60 In body ...
  • Yeah, ultimately I went with the Zoom H5, and a shock mount from movo, and stopped using autofocus. Now it's much better. Roland.
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