Started by Dec, 03:02, 18 January 21
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Quote from: Dec on 07:26, 02 February 21uest to the owners of real machines: could you check how images look on your monitors?
Quote from: trocoloco on 20:59, 02 February 21I've been testing some images
Quote from: trocoloco on 20:59, 02 February 21when it comes to mixing bright colours ... it is very noticeable
Quote from: trocoloco on 20:59, 02 February 21But more than a problem of the conversion, I believe is by the contrast of the colours used
Quote from: trocoloco on 20:59, 02 February 21will you implement modes B1 and R also?
Quote from: Dec on 22:33, 02 February 21What palette did you use? sRGB or RGB? Did you test Gray mode?
Quote from: Dec on 22:33, 02 February 21But more than a problem of the conversion, I believe is by the contrast of the colours usedCould you explain what do you mean?
Quote from: ComSoft6128 on 08:33, 03 February 21how do I get this into a .dsk file
Quote from: Dec on 03:27, 03 February 21trocoloco, could you also test 2 images from the attachment. I am interesting in flickering level of images.
Quote from: Dec on 06:41, 03 February 21Update: Mode 2 512x256x1 support added (HGB files)
Quote from: GUNHED on 00:48, 04 February 21However, you can leave the 128 bytes header away.
Quote from: trocoloco on 17:02, 03 February 21for Test full screen is white mixed with some other colour
Quote from: trocoloco on 17:02, 03 February 21The screens doesn't seem to flicker much.
Quote from: Dec on 02:38, 04 February 21White is mixed with black and resulting color must be gray.
Quote from: Dec on 02:38, 04 February 21My tool tries to minimize flickering by keeping the total brightness of both screens at the same level. The tool has a preview mode for two changing screens (Menu\View\Show flickering image, non CRT monitors will show inaccurate colors) and I don't see flickering on my 60 Hz monitor at all. And in my opinion, if you see large flickering, the tool has incorrectly placed the pixels on the screens, and this is due to the fact that the colors in used palette do not correspond to the real colors on your monitor.
Quote from: trocoloco on 11:16, 04 February 21I have noticed (at least in my 60hz monitor) that noticeable flickering occurs between around 35 and 85
Quote from: Sykobee (Briggsy) on 11:30, 04 February 21The gate array RGB voltages probably don't correspond to how the CPC monitor displays the eventual colour as there's likely some curve
Quote from: Sykobee (Briggsy) on 11:30, 04 February 21The best solution would be to properly record the on-screen colours using a screen calibration tool into some known colour space (sRGB, etc) so they can be used in tools like this, and emulators.
Quote from: trocoloco on 23:09, 04 February 21All in all the flickering is less noticeable and unpleasant to the eyes
Quote from: Dec on 19:11, 08 February 21I have found another one bug in my anti flickering algo. Could you check updated version?Updated version also has limited B1 support.
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