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Can somebody explain to me why new tv series are dim at flashing scenes? And why this apply only to hdtv releases? e.g. http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/57852
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denn%C5%8D_Senshi_Porygon
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>>100363854
thanks
so, they must avoid photosensitive epileptic in television but there's no need for that on blu-rays? So, people with epileptic can't buy BDs? Weird
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>>100363354
it's your TV adjusting the color palette to have more depth at the dark end because it think it's going to be showing darker images, not knowing it's just a flashing thing. I think.
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>>100364349
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_sense
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Everyday you learn something new.

Is there a way to fool MPC into not doing that?
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>>100364455
Bother encoders to do their shit right, it's not a problem with your player.
CR doesn't have those issues btw.
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>>100364455
The fuck are you talking about? MPC doesn't do anything to the flashing scenes.
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>>100364568
Wouldn't know, I am really tech illiterate, i usualoy use whatever the person with the most reasonable argumment says to use in /a/.

Not all of us are /g/ man.
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>>100364547
encoders can't do anything about it. it's done by the station that airs the show
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>>100364547
>CR doesn't have those issues btw.

They get dimmed scenes all the same.
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They do this to protect your eyes, you should be thankful.
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>>100364713
You can fix most of those scenes just fine by simply increasing contrast+saturation. Problem is that most encoders don't bother because it means going over the whole video to check for such scenes.

>>100364778
I guess it depends on what source they get.
http://check2pic.ru/compare/34372/
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>>100364835
Fuck that. I didn't calibrate my TVs colors just to have them fuck it up.
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Too bad there's so little interest in this problem. It's quite distracting (for me at least).



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