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SleazyMale avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 11:49
Author: Site FriendET junkieET loverSupermanSunTurtle
ozi wrote:
heres what i dont understand

with your rip of the shallows with madvr on and configured correctly the colors look over saturated even with my tv on default the picture looks like a pc game colors are way to much

were as no madvr the colors look much better and natural more definition and much cleaner playback

so im not sure what the befits are of your rips

eg..
i playback a regular 1080p rip with madvr enabled again colors look over saturated

so im not sure what the point of your rips are other than being in x265
i even did a simple test
i riped from a bluray disc to x265 turned on madvr used every setting possible all it did was make movies look very saturated in color

so again i dont get the benefit of all this just for BT.2020 and a different color space for x265
if madvr itself is able to transfer colors on regular files whats the benefit of these rips?

with a few simple color adjustments on your tv set you can get the same result in color
the only benefit i see in your rip thats its in BT.2020 x265


i think the best thing you can do if find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default settings on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with settings to get it to look right i dont see the point

first 2 are madvr enabled other to are disabled this is what i mean by color look over saturated
i will admit colors do look better but its a bit to much
f8bebfe7cc9542f0c5fbe732e8a4b0b7.md.png
24a15a9a86635e427243c3149560b19c.md.png
71df74c65acfce629d88319d87bf2dab.md.png
5d7bebaef39e6df587253828bceaf3c7.md.png

look at the red on her face and her skin does that look right to you?
on the no madvr screens she doesn't look sunburned were as on the madvr screens it looks like someone threw boiling hot water over her body and she's burning

the black looks fine the blue and red colors looks to be a bit to much
i think the best thing you can do is find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default setting on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with setting to get it to look right i dont see the point

dont take any of this the wrong way as i said above your rips does look nice but to me with madvr disabled

I had the same problem ozi as I stated in my previous statements the color looked overly saturated and then I tweaked the madVR settings on my own to get a pleasant viewing experience for my eyes I decreased the contrast by 15 and saturation by 25 here are the results,

cf3befcee7d7373771d3379ce5e37a99.jpg
3daddb77d2baf19623e7cd261f03da71.jpg
c3ea6041b4babc498ac106fe7d6481d9.jpg

I am sure if we were to play with contrast, saturation and hue a bit more we will get the picture we need and it will be obviously better looking then the traditional rip.

P.S I understand what you are trying to say with what will be the benefit of these rips if MadVr is the key to all this, Let me check MadVr on some DTS MA rips and will report back if I get the same results I get with his rips.
ozi avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 12:02
Author: SuperAdmin
SleazyMale wrote:
ozi wrote:
heres what i dont understand

heres what i dont understand

with your rip of the shallows with madvr on and configured correctly the colors look over saturated even with my tv on default the picture looks like a pc game colors are way to much

were as no madvr the colors look much better and natural more definition and much cleaner playback

so im not sure what the befits are of your rips

eg..
i playback a regular 1080p rip with madvr enabled again colors look over saturated

so im not sure what the point of your rips are other than being in x265
i even did a simple test
i riped from a bluray disc to x265 turned on madvr used every setting possible all it did was make movies look very saturated in color

so again i dont get the benefit of all this just for BT.2020 and a different color space for x265
if madvr itself is able to transfer colors on regular files whats the benefit of these rips?

with a few simple color adjustments on your tv set you can get the same result in color
the only benefit i see in your rip thats its in BT.2020 x265


i think the best thing you can do if find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default settings on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with settings to get it to look right i dont see the point

first 2 are madvr enabled other to are disabled this is what i mean by color look over saturated
i will admit colors do look better but its a bit to much
f8bebfe7cc9542f0c5fbe732e8a4b0b7.md.png
24a15a9a86635e427243c3149560b19c.md.png
71df74c65acfce629d88319d87bf2dab.md.png
5d7bebaef39e6df587253828bceaf3c7.md.png

look at the red on her face and her skin does that look right to you?
on the no madvr screens she doesn't look sunburned were as on the madvr screens it looks like someone threw boiling hot water over her body and she's burning

the black looks fine the blue and red colors looks to be a bit to much
i think the best thing you can do is find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default setting on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with setting to get it to look right i dont see the point

dont take any of this the wrong way as i said above your rips does look nice but to me with madvr disabled

I had the same problem ozi as I stated in my previous statements the color looked overly saturated and then I tweaked the madVR settings on my own to get a pleasant viewing experience for my eyes I decreased the contrast by 15 and saturation by 25 here are the results,

cf3befcee7d7373771d3379ce5e37a99.jpg
3daddb77d2baf19623e7cd261f03da71.jpg
c3ea6041b4babc498ac106fe7d6481d9.jpg

I am sure if we were to play with contrast, saturation and hue a bit more we will get the picture we need and it will be obviously better looking then the traditional rip.

P.S I understand what you are trying to say with what will be the benefit of these rips if MadVr is the key to all this, Let me check MadVr on some DTS MA rips and will report back if I get the same results I get with his rips.


well thats the point im trying to make whats the point of all this if we have to mess around with settings and colors to make it look right?
SleazyMale avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 12:09
Author: Site FriendET junkieET loverSupermanSunTurtle
ozi wrote:
well thats the point im trying to make whats the point of all this if we have to mess around with settings and colors to make it look right?

agreed!, Yeah if he were to somehow incorporate the correct settings for MadVr enabled integrated in his rips, and by that I mean we don't have to tweak our TV settings and computer settings through MadVR to get a HDR experience, we should get the same HDR experience on VLC or any other TV without tweaking, then his rips will be truly unique and worth the download.
visionplushdr avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 13:25
Author: Vip MemberBitcoin MasterVerified UploadermenTurtle
SleazyMale wrote:
ozi wrote:
heres what i dont understand

with your rip of the shallows with madvr on and configured correctly the colors look over saturated even with my tv on default the picture looks like a pc game colors are way to much

were as no madvr the colors look much better and natural more definition and much cleaner playback

so im not sure what the befits are of your rips

eg..
i playback a regular 1080p rip with madvr enabled again colors look over saturated

so im not sure what the point of your rips are other than being in x265
i even did a simple test
i riped from a bluray disc to x265 turned on madvr used every setting possible all it did was make movies look very saturated in color

so again i dont get the benefit of all this just for BT.2020 and a different color space for x265
if madvr itself is able to transfer colors on regular files whats the benefit of these rips?

with a few simple color adjustments on your tv set you can get the same result in color
the only benefit i see in your rip thats its in BT.2020 x265


i think the best thing you can do if find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default settings on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with settings to get it to look right i dont see the point

first 2 are madvr enabled other to are disabled this is what i mean by color look over saturated
i will admit colors do look better but its a bit to much
f8bebfe7cc9542f0c5fbe732e8a4b0b7.md.png
24a15a9a86635e427243c3149560b19c.md.png
71df74c65acfce629d88319d87bf2dab.md.png
5d7bebaef39e6df587253828bceaf3c7.md.png

look at the red on her face and her skin does that look right to you?
on the no madvr screens she doesn't look sunburned were as on the madvr screens it looks like someone threw boiling hot water over her body and she's burning

the black looks fine the blue and red colors looks to be a bit to much
i think the best thing you can do is find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default setting on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with setting to get it to look right i dont see the point

dont take any of this the wrong way as i said above your rips does look nice but to me with madvr disabled

I had the same problem ozi as I stated in my previous statements the color looked overly saturated and then I tweaked the madVR settings on my own to get a pleasant viewing experience for my eyes I decreased the contrast by 15 and saturation by 25 here are the results,

cf3befcee7d7373771d3379ce5e37a99.jpg
3daddb77d2baf19623e7cd261f03da71.jpg
c3ea6041b4babc498ac106fe7d6481d9.jpg

I am sure if we were to play with contrast, saturation and hue a bit more we will get the picture we need and it will be obviously better looking then the traditional rip.

P.S I understand what you are trying to say with what will be the benefit of these rips if MadVr is the key to all this, Let me check MadVr on some DTS MA rips and will report back if I get the same results I get with his rips.

Because The Shallows and Avatar are Rec. 2020 : MadVR - Display Calibration : Select : " this display has been calibrated " and choose: BT. 2020

You are watching it with BT. 709 Gamut. Im surprised you liked it that way, it was very wrong.

Colors are just fine and way more realistic. Same with Avatar. Both are BT. 2020 Gamut, you have to configure MadVR for BT. 2020 output.

This is how The Shallows really looks like when you configure display madvr on BT. 2020:

IhuMFcn.jpg

That has 3500 nits / 0% Preserve Hue and Compress Highlights.
Gamma Pure Power Curve 2.60 in Display calibration.

On TV playback the colors are just fine because 4K TV's for example understands the BT. 2020 gamut from the video metadata. Even if you don't own a 4K HDR TV.

With a 4K HDR TV you also get the HDR of course.

For PC Playback, MadVR must be configured for display calibration on BT. 2020 or you will see completely wrong output.

visionplushdr avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 13:54
Author: Vip MemberBitcoin MasterVerified UploadermenTurtle
SleazyMale wrote:
ozi wrote:
heres what i dont understand

with your rip of the shallows with madvr on and configured correctly the colors look over saturated even with my tv on default the picture looks like a pc game colors are way to much

were as no madvr the colors look much better and natural more definition and much cleaner playback

so im not sure what the befits are of your rips

eg..
i playback a regular 1080p rip with madvr enabled again colors look over saturated

so im not sure what the point of your rips are other than being in x265
i even did a simple test
i riped from a bluray disc to x265 turned on madvr used every setting possible all it did was make movies look very saturated in color

so again i dont get the benefit of all this just for BT.2020 and a different color space for x265
if madvr itself is able to transfer colors on regular files whats the benefit of these rips?

with a few simple color adjustments on your tv set you can get the same result in color
the only benefit i see in your rip thats its in BT.2020 x265


i think the best thing you can do if find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default settings on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with settings to get it to look right i dont see the point

first 2 are madvr enabled other to are disabled this is what i mean by color look over saturated
i will admit colors do look better but its a bit to much
f8bebfe7cc9542f0c5fbe732e8a4b0b7.md.png
24a15a9a86635e427243c3149560b19c.md.png
71df74c65acfce629d88319d87bf2dab.md.png
5d7bebaef39e6df587253828bceaf3c7.md.png

look at the red on her face and her skin does that look right to you?
on the no madvr screens she doesn't look sunburned were as on the madvr screens it looks like someone threw boiling hot water over her body and she's burning

the black looks fine the blue and red colors looks to be a bit to much
i think the best thing you can do is find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default setting on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with setting to get it to look right i dont see the point

dont take any of this the wrong way as i said above your rips does look nice but to me with madvr disabled

I had the same problem ozi as I stated in my previous statements the color looked overly saturated and then I tweaked the madVR settings on my own to get a pleasant viewing experience for my eyes I decreased the contrast by 15 and saturation by 25 here are the results,

cf3befcee7d7373771d3379ce5e37a99.jpg
3daddb77d2baf19623e7cd261f03da71.jpg
c3ea6041b4babc498ac106fe7d6481d9.jpg

I am sure if we were to play with contrast, saturation and hue a bit more we will get the picture we need and it will be obviously better looking then the traditional rip.

P.S I understand what you are trying to say with what will be the benefit of these rips if MadVr is the key to all this, Let me check MadVr on some DTS MA rips and will report back if I get the same results I get with his rips.

Yours is wrong too.

This is how that scene looks like:

1g4jrI2.jpg

Display Calibration guys. BT. 2020. And you don't need to tweak saturation or contrast. Just select 2000 nits and up. Choose correct Pure Power Curve ( 2.60 ) and BT. 2020. That's it.
ozi avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 14:10
Author: SuperAdmin
i am watching them with BT. 2020 threw my alienware on a 4k tv
the screens i took are being played back on my alienware with the settings you recommend

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346cd9f657d9581acb02d4564175056b.md.png


if you could tell me what your method of transfer is maybe i can help you

just a suggestion
have you consider recording to a device and muxing in audio track yourself and then encoding?
i only suggested muxing audio track yourself because i know most are protected
i think you will get better outcome that way because the color space will be recoded as default BT. 2020 with the color space your trying to achieve for encoding

because to me it seems your trying to match the colors of what your seeing which can be hard when filtering
im no pro but try my suggestion if you have the resources to do so

1g4jrI2.jpg

if your saying this is how its supposed to look then it very close to how mine looks on 4k tv with madvr off
visionplushdr avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 14:17
Author: Vip MemberBitcoin MasterVerified UploadermenTurtle
ozi wrote:
i am watching them with BT. 2020 threw my alienware on a 4k tv
the screens i took are being played back on my alienware with the settings you recommend

1889da885407a302029b5d85deaa01a5.md.png
346cd9f657d9581acb02d4564175056b.md.png


if you could tell me what your method of transfer is maybe i can help you

just a suggestion
have you consider recording to a device and muxing in audio track yourself and then encoding?
i only suggested muxing audio track yourself because i know most are protected
i think you will get better outcome that way because the color space will be recoded as default BT. 2020 with the color space your trying to achieve for encoding

because to me it seems your trying to match the colors of what your seeing which can be hard when filtering
im no pro but try my suggestion if you have the resources to do so

That's not BT. 2020 that's BT. 709, you are not watching it properly. You are not configuring MadVR correctly.

Can't you see how it looks on my screens? Im using the same MadVR.

I don't need help, the videos are just fine. You just don't know how to playback Rec. 2020 compliant videos.

Compare YOURS and your alienware in BT. 709 with this:

wnVaBHM.jpg

Can't you see the problem? Your "alienware" is outputting BT. 709 to your TV or you have not configured MadVR for display calibration on BT. 2020 Gamut.
visionplushdr avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 14:30
Author: Vip MemberBitcoin MasterVerified UploadermenTurtle
ozi wrote:
i am watching them with BT. 2020 threw my alienware on a 4k tv
the screens i took are being played back on my alienware with the settings you recommend

1889da885407a302029b5d85deaa01a5.md.png
346cd9f657d9581acb02d4564175056b.md.png


if you could tell me what your method of transfer is maybe i can help you

just a suggestion
have you consider recording to a device and muxing in audio track yourself and then encoding?
i only suggested muxing audio track yourself because i know most are protected
i think you will get better outcome that way because the color space will be recoded as default BT. 2020 with the color space your trying to achieve for encoding

because to me it seems your trying to match the colors of what your seeing which can be hard when filtering
im no pro but try my suggestion if you have the resources to do so

1g4jrI2.jpg

if your saying this is how its supposed to look then it very close to how mine looks on 4k tv with madvr off

MadVR has to be setup with BT. 2020 and the HDR section " HDR to SDR " 2000 nits and up. Pure Power Curve in display calibration: 2.60

It has nothing to do with a normal movie, this has amplified range, color gamut and HDR contrast. Watching it "without madvr HDR" you get no amplified range and a flat output.

HDR means higher range ( you see MORE, clouds on the horizon gets 100% visible, more details on every frame, better movie contrast, amplified color gamut and so on. You don't know what HDR is about?

If you play directly without MadVR HDR you will NEVER see this scene:

IhuMFcn.jpg

Please, playback correctly before complaining anything.

This is MadVR OFF:
bbdgVse.jpg

See the difference?
visionplushdr avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 14:52
Author: Vip MemberBitcoin MasterVerified UploadermenTurtle
More examples.

MadVR HDR OFF:
qlDwO7d.jpg

MadVR HDR ON:
Bmwe7n4.jpg

I can't believe you were watching it flat and with BT 709 color output.
visionplushdr avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 15:01
Author: Vip MemberBitcoin MasterVerified UploadermenTurtle
The whole idea of grading up to 10K nits HDR is to have HDR. This is what visionplus hdr is about.

If you watch it without HDR processing from MadVR and with BT. 709 color output you just watch it very wrong.

HDR movies are meant to be playback with the correct spec output: BT. 2020 gamut and HDR processing ON.

If you don't do that is like playing chess with cards.
Mulva1989 avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 15:07
Author: Trusted UploaderSite FriendET junkieET loverGirl
visionplushdr wrote:
SleazyMale wrote:
ozi wrote:
heres what i dont understand

with your rip of the shallows with madvr on and configured correctly the colors look over saturated even with my tv on default the picture looks like a pc game colors are way to much

were as no madvr the colors look much better and natural more definition and much cleaner playback

so im not sure what the befits are of your rips

eg..
i playback a regular 1080p rip with madvr enabled again colors look over saturated

so im not sure what the point of your rips are other than being in x265
i even did a simple test
i riped from a bluray disc to x265 turned on madvr used every setting possible all it did was make movies look very saturated in color

so again i dont get the benefit of all this just for BT.2020 and a different color space for x265
if madvr itself is able to transfer colors on regular files whats the benefit of these rips?

with a few simple color adjustments on your tv set you can get the same result in color
the only benefit i see in your rip thats its in BT.2020 x265


i think the best thing you can do if find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default settings on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with settings to get it to look right i dont see the point

first 2 are madvr enabled other to are disabled this is what i mean by color look over saturated
i will admit colors do look better but its a bit to much
f8bebfe7cc9542f0c5fbe732e8a4b0b7.md.png
24a15a9a86635e427243c3149560b19c.md.png
71df74c65acfce629d88319d87bf2dab.md.png
5d7bebaef39e6df587253828bceaf3c7.md.png

look at the red on her face and her skin does that look right to you?
on the no madvr screens she doesn't look sunburned were as on the madvr screens it looks like someone threw boiling hot water over her body and she's burning

the black looks fine the blue and red colors looks to be a bit to much
i think the best thing you can do is find the correct color spacing for them to be able to display on default setting on tv sets
because if we need to fiddle around with setting to get it to look right i dont see the point

dont take any of this the wrong way as i said above your rips does look nice but to me with madvr disabled

I had the same problem ozi as I stated in my previous statements the color looked overly saturated and then I tweaked the madVR settings on my own to get a pleasant viewing experience for my eyes I decreased the contrast by 15 and saturation by 25 here are the results,

cf3befcee7d7373771d3379ce5e37a99.jpg
3daddb77d2baf19623e7cd261f03da71.jpg
c3ea6041b4babc498ac106fe7d6481d9.jpg

I am sure if we were to play with contrast, saturation and hue a bit more we will get the picture we need and it will be obviously better looking then the traditional rip.

P.S I understand what you are trying to say with what will be the benefit of these rips if MadVr is the key to all this, Let me check MadVr on some DTS MA rips and will report back if I get the same results I get with his rips.

Because The Shallows and Avatar are Rec. 2020 : MadVR - Display Calibration : Select : " this display has been calibrated " and choose: BT. 2020

You are watching it with BT. 709 Gamut. Im surprised you liked it that way, it was very wrong.

Colors are just fine and way more realistic. Same with Avatar. Both are BT. 2020 Gamut, you have to configure MadVR for BT. 2020 output.

This is how The Shallows really looks like when you configure display madvr on BT. 2020:

IhuMFcn.jpg

That has 3500 nits / 0% Preserve Hue and Compress Highlights.
Gamma Pure Power Curve 2.60 in Display calibration.

On TV playback the colors are just fine because 4K TV's for example understands the BT. 2020 gamut from the video metadata. Even if you don't own a 4K HDR TV.

With a 4K HDR TV you also get the HDR of course.

For PC Playback, MadVR must be configured for display calibration on BT. 2020 or you will see completely wrong output.
It's a movie ... not a documentary..
The director chooses a certain look/coloring.. In fact most decent movies go out of their way with angling and coloring not to look like real life, because any good director knows that people don't wanna see real-life in the movies.. We've got actual 'real-life' for that. You regrading it to a more natural look, isn't doing the movie any justice..

I said it from your first sample on .. and sticking with it .. Your colors look off.. Off from how they suppose to look.

What you're uploading is NOT the real movie but a fanedit... All this talk about nits nats and nuts is nice but it just distracts from the fact that VISIONPLUS HDR is just a fanedit label who transfers movies to BT. 2020 by expanding the range and regrading it to compensate. It uses no new technology of it's own .. no new transfer methods of its own.. It's just like I said from the very beginning.. a bit of trickery, a fancy name .. and whole lot of sales talk. Now after seeing your samples.. your movies and the tons of screens.. I'm no longer asking you about this.. I'm telling you about this.

I must admit when seeing it at first it does give a bit of a WOW factor, because indeed it does have a higher range making it look fancy.. but after the wow factor wears off and you come to realize that the image levels are off-balance and the colors are off.. you quickly start longing for the original again..

James Cameron would slap you silly if he saw what you did to his movie, trying to undo his hard work..

The reason I'm somewhat overly negative about this is not so much the end result.. but the way you're trying to 'sell' it to us.. From the start you've been trying to make us believe you've got some new technology and that what you've been able to do is unprecedented, even by the studios itself etc.. That this is better and more true to the actual movie.. But that turns out to be all false.. Like I feared from the very beginning, this is just your interpretation of how the movie should look.

Indeed this does have a severely higher range.. 10k nits etc etc .. but it is NOT more true to the actual movie...

If you would have been more honest and humble about this from the beginning then I would really like what you were doing.. You're work is quite good and it certainly shows us something fresh which I like.. But again.. it's not at all the movie how it was intended to be (or true essence, or whatever you wanna call it).. so trying to sell us that it is, kind of ruined the whole thing for me..

And yes if history is any indicator.. you're gonna get very defensive now and try to make it look like I don't understand and that you posses some superior knowledge and skill why this is all true anyway.. But you know .. that's just like the flat earth conspiracy theorists telling us we're to blind to see the earth is flat.. You telling me that I'm dumb or don't understand... doesn't make me wrong.. I stayed away from this thread a while cuz I really gave what you were saying a fair chance.. but in the end this was the only sensible conclusion.
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Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 15:15
Author: Vip MemberBitcoin MasterVerified UploadermenTurtle
Mulva, i can't quote your message as it goes to 520 server error.

The movie is not a fanedit. This is how the HDR commercial version LOOKS LIKE.

Stop talking like you knew what HDR processing is about. This has only up to 10K grading just like movie studios do. Toning is the SAME on every frame. The movie has been transferred to HDR spec just like the commercial version.

Please, go and watch "THE SHALLOWS" HDR BLU RAY MOVIE ON ANY HDR TV. IT WILL LOOK THE SAME AS MINE.

Stop complaining when you just don't know what HDR is about.

And AVATAR has the same transfer process. There's no color wrong output or fanedits. The movies i do are just like movie studios HDR processing: SAME METHOD.
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Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 15:28
Author: Trusted UploaderSite FriendET junkieET loverGirl
visionplushdr wrote:
Mulva, i can't quote your message as it goes to 520 server error.

The movie is not a fanedit. This is how the HDR commercial version LOOKS LIKE.

Stop talking like you knew what HDR processing is about. This has only up to 10K grading just like movie studios do. Toning is the SAME on every frame. The movie has been transferred to HDR spec just like the commercial version.

Please, go and watch "THE SHALLOWS" HDR BLU RAY MOVIE ON ANY HDR TV. IT WILL LOOK THE SAME AS MINE.

Stop complaining when you just don't know what HDR is about.

And AVATAR has the same transfer process. There's no color wrong output or fanedits. The movies i do are just like movie studios HDR processing: SAME METHOD.

Yes.. I'm sure thats why you're admitting to add your own colors before..
visionplushdr wrote:
I used X-Men HDR transfer specs and added more green to the final transfer due to Avatar having a lot of color:

I'm not complaining.. I'm just telling you how it is.. like I said .. trying to tell me I just don't know what HDR is doesn't make me wrong.. It just goes to show that you have to resort to putting me down in order to seem right.. If you're actually right.. you wouldn't have to do that.
visionplushdr avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 15:33
Author: Vip MemberBitcoin MasterVerified UploadermenTurtle
Mulva1989 wrote:
visionplushdr wrote:
Mulva, i can't quote your message as it goes to 520 server error.

The movie is not a fanedit. This is how the HDR commercial version LOOKS LIKE.

Stop talking like you knew what HDR processing is about. This has only up to 10K grading just like movie studios do. Toning is the SAME on every frame. The movie has been transferred to HDR spec just like the commercial version.

Please, go and watch "THE SHALLOWS" HDR BLU RAY MOVIE ON ANY HDR TV. IT WILL LOOK THE SAME AS MINE.

Stop complaining when you just don't know what HDR is about.

And AVATAR has the same transfer process. There's no color wrong output or fanedits. The movies i do are just like movie studios HDR processing: SAME METHOD.

Yes.. I'm sure thats why you're admitting to add your own colors before..
visionplushdr wrote:
I used X-Men HDR transfer specs and added more green to the final transfer due to Avatar having a lot of color:

I'm not complaining.. I'm just telling you how it is.. like I said .. trying to tell me I just don't know what HDR is doesn't make me wrong.. It just goes to show that you have to resort to putting me down in order to seem right.. If you're actually right.. you wouldn't have to do that.

Yes because the transfers gets to specific Matrix output. Avatar is not the same as X-Men Matrix. The Matrix is balanced for the whole movie.

Do you want me to find photos took from HDR TV's playing " THE SHALLOWS " ? Because a lot of people took photos from the commercial version and it looks identical.

Do you believe i will do a fan edit color toning? Im a video engineer, actually im doing this because nobody else in the world was doing it.

And yet, you complain when you have zero idea on video HDR processing , at all.

Mulva1989 avatar
Posted: Fri Nov 04, 2016 15:42
Author: Trusted UploaderSite FriendET junkieET loverGirl
visionplushdr wrote:
Yes because the transfers gets to specific Matrix output. Avatar is not the same as X-Men Matrix. The Matrix is balanced for the whole movie.

Do you want me to find photos took from HDR TV's playing " THE SHALLOWS " ? Because a lot of people took photos from the commercial version and it looks identical.

Do you believe i will do a fan edit color toning? Im a video engineer, actually im doing this because nobody else in the world was doing it.

And yet, you complain when you have zero idea on video HDR processing , at all.
I know how the Shallows should look.. and that's not it..
You call yourself a video-engineer.. I call you a hack..

You're trying to sell us a lie .. by telling us about the lies of the industry..
You mostly just talk and when anybody opposes you, you get super defensive and attack them personally and on non-relevant matter..

That's how a hack operates...
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