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Old 2nd November 2020, 16:01   #1  |  Link
wswartzendruber
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Tone Mapping Video

I've implemented the EETF described in BT.2390. What I'm surprised to see is that I can apparently tone map R', G', and B' independently? Won't that mess up hue? The spec lists it as a viable option.
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There is a lot of practical experience involved in choosing tone mapping the luma versus the individual RGB channels. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. Generally, tone mapping the individual values produces only very minor hue/saturation changes, mostly seen as reduction of saturation. Tone mapping just the luma tends to produce oversaturation. Search around on google and you'll find a lot of material about this. One well-known analyst said that the effects of per channel mapping is a feature, not a bug.

Try it both ways and see what you prefer.

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