Intel Core 2 Quad Q video: Setting the video card to output TV levels seems to if memory serves me correctly make no difference. The colors look normal, not too bright nor too dark. That said you also need to convert the video itself to those ranges. The options we are talking about are: How to apply color correction using the Gradie The upshot of it all is unless you’re certain 2D video is displaying with the correct levels on your TV, try using a renderer with Potplayer which doesn’t expand TV levels to PC.
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I tried many things: If you’re already using the Pantarheon Stereo3D scripts for Avisynth which it seems you arewhy not just make it easy on yourself: Is there a funtion like Store or SaveToFile?
Last edited by jagabo; 8th Jan at What frame size are you talking about? That way you won’t be at the mercy of whatever DirectShow filters are installed on your system. All the primaries are approximately correct on my TN panel and the green is just a little bit off on my plasma TV compared to rec. It is totally different, almost perfect, on my main display this one looks the best of all three with madVR.
Solution Chosen by AYColumbia. Do 2D images look okay on the TV? In my case, I can only do it with PC monitors, no matter how anaflyph calibrated they are. CoreAVC icon is displayd in system tray while playing.
It’s greyed out in my case so I guess it applies only to a particular renderer or maybe only works in later versions of Windows, but it appears to be set to PC levels by default so it may be worth checking. Login or Sign Up. I have been toying with the idea of my media center pc directly to the tv so i dont have to run the avr. Ok I ran my 3D setup for nvidia. Last update was at Mar Let me know what you discover.
Last edited by jagabo; 23rd Jan at In theory this would break the blu ray protection and not be allowed.
Originally Posted by BaltarWithSix. Here’s a image that shows what I mean: Corrupt frames usually indicates a damaged file or maybe the video uses features not supported properly by CoreAVC. When you said the issue first appeared using your friends TV were you using your PC for playback or a different device? vdeo
Today’s Posts Member List. The time now is xnaglyph My wide gamut display has a pretty xnaglyph green primary red is a bit off too so that is probably my issue. The upshot of it all is unless you’re certain 2D video is displaying with the correct levels on your TV, try using a renderer with Potplayer which doesn’t expand TV levels to PC. Last edited by 5of0 ; I had to manually switch the audio to the tv and avr depending on what i wanted.
Unable to play FULL SBS to Anaglyph using Avisynth – VideoHelp Forum
Asmodian is probably on the right track though. Is there a specific setting to correct the colors, or just using it will suffice? They’re weren’t unusually dark before you calibrated it or anything like that? I say it works fine if, instead of afi the embossed ghost of the cactus, you only see a blurry shade and the expected 3D depth effect.
Can anyone shed some light on this? I was involved in a discussion regarding Potplayer and the levels used on playback in another forum a while ago.