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Tone mapping and GPU vs CPU


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adamzune

Hello,

I want to use my GPU for the transcoding, it works well on most things that need transcoding but on a 4k HVEC HDR blu ray the colours get all washed out when i use the a GPU but work fine with the CPU. with the stats on the different is the CPU has "tone mapping (hable)" and the GPU doesn't but the only thing I change in the transcode settings is whether i want to use the GPU or not. h.264 encoding CRF number changes doesn't make it better or worse, 

Any help on improving this would be nice as the CPU can't keep up sometimes when transcoding.

thanks

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Q-Droid
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You can select which tone mapping algorithms to use which can change the visual results.

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rbjtech

It's not immediately obvious where this is to be fair ..

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7 minutes ago, rbjtech said:

It's not immediately obvious where this is to be fair ..

Yes, I know. It doesn't make sense that those settings require a "Diagnostics Plugin" to be changed..

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adamzune

Thanks, I have installed the Diagnostics plugin and see all the new options. I'll play around to find a solution.

Thanks

 

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