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Re: Skintones - Are They Affected at the Sensor Level?And Motion Cadence Question

Re: Skintones - Are They Affected at the Sensor Level?And Motion Cadence Question


Gavin Greenwalt
 

We often view digital on higher contrast devices than in a theater, which amplifies the perception of judder. 
-Deanan

 

On top of that many LCD TVs that people view content on have their own unique motion artifacts that further amplify perceived judder.

http://i.rtings.com/images/reviews/tv/vizio/m-series-2015/m-series-2015-motion-blur-large.jpg

Stacey Spears (previously at Spectracal) has been educating me on some of the unique horrible artifacts display manufacturers introduce in order to work around their own unique engineering challenges.  I discovered that after I bought my TV a couple years ago.  Due to overdrive in the LCD panel there is essentially the temporal version of Edge Sharpening on high contrast things in screen.  It has the same unpleasant effects on Judder that an overly sharpened image has on high contrast edges in a still image.

Gavin Greenwalt
Seattle, WA

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