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by Chief Blur Buster
Yesterday, 11:52
Forum: OLED Displays
Topic: OLED questions from a visual neuroscientist
Replies: 14
Views: 2023

Re: OLED questions from a visual neuroscientist

Apologies for the late response: Some of these links I was not yet aware of, thanks for sharing them! You're welcome! We're good for discovering a bunch of error margins not considered by other researchers... Also, for latency of OLEDs, more refresh rate is better. OLEDs often have to buffer 1 refr...
by Chief Blur Buster
Yesterday, 11:50
Forum: High Frame Rate Video (HFR, UltraHFR, 120fps, 240fps, 1000fps)
Topic: Discussion: Future Framerateless Video File as "master" for outputting any frame rate...
Replies: 1
Views: 10304

Re: Discussion: Future Framerateless Video File as "master" for outputting any frame rate...

Slow slog on the lab discussions and researcher community discussions, but I'd love this to become a research paper soon(ish).

I also posted this concept in an ArsTechnica comment, which provides a new angle on this hypothetical framerateless video file format.
by Chief Blur Buster
11 Jun 2024, 20:30
Forum: OLED Displays
Topic: LG CX vs. RetroTINK-4K BFI - confusing...
Replies: 11
Views: 6445

Re: LG CX vs. RetroTINK-4K BFI - confusing...

But unfortunately most people are still unaware of the benefits of blur reduction. Just look at JayZ's review of the Viewsonic OLED, which offers the best BFI implementation among OLED monitors. Completely brushed aside. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGYyV-v9c1E The retro-users silo don't often c...
by Chief Blur Buster
11 Jun 2024, 20:23
Forum: G-SYNC
Topic: Is NULL potentially redundant?
Replies: 2
Views: 416

Re: Is NULL potentially redundant?

Im not to sure why NULL has such a drastic FPS cap in the first place, rather than ~3 fps below target. The "3fps below" is old advice based on 144Hz VRR. You need to cap approximately ~3% below MaxHz, so you need a much bigger cap-below margin at, say, 240Hz or 360Hz, rather than back in the good ...
by Chief Blur Buster
07 Jun 2024, 01:38
Forum: Eliminating Motion Blur — LightBoost / ULMB / ELMB / DyAc
Topic: Will NvidiaGsyncPulsar be adopted in OLEDs?
Replies: 5
Views: 1518

Re: Will NvidiaGsyncPulsar be adopted in OLEDs?

Some people say that Gsyncpulsar or ULMB2 will not be on OLED because OLED lacks backlight. However, OLEDs also have monitors with their own black insertion technology. Has NVIDIA considered that? Unfortunately due to the way backplanes are designed in OLED, it's likely easier to use large-ratio la...
by Chief Blur Buster
07 Jun 2024, 01:33
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: ASUS VG278QR image retention problem
Replies: 2
Views: 250

Re: ASUS VG278QR image retention problem

This is an LCD "inversion artifact" -- will produce spatial issues (chessboard and/or vertical lines) and temporal issues (image retention). I have known the older ASUS models (including VG278) tended to be prone to this issue. The spatial issues are generally not usually a warranty issue (most of t...
by Chief Blur Buster
07 Jun 2024, 01:29
Forum: OLED Displays
Topic: LG CX vs. RetroTINK-4K BFI - confusing...
Replies: 11
Views: 6445

Re: LG CX vs. RetroTINK-4K BFI - confusing...

But how much latency does the HDR SDR brightness boost trick add exactly, and how many nits do you gain to compensate for the 50% brightness drop using 60hz 8.3ms BFI in SDR game mode? Picture processing on Retrotink 4K is done realtime on a streaming basis (raster/beamraced), for things like brigh...
by Chief Blur Buster
07 Jun 2024, 01:12
Forum: OLED Displays
Topic: LG CX vs. RetroTINK-4K BFI - confusing...
Replies: 11
Views: 6445

Re: LG CX vs. RetroTINK-4K BFI - confusing...

IMPORTANT: There are input signal and output signal bandwidth limitations due to memory bandwidth performance. For example, 1080p60 input and 1080p240 output is not possible without overclocking the Retrotink 4K EDIT: To purchase, Blur Busters Affiliate Link for Retrotink 4K I was actually consider...
by Chief Blur Buster
07 Jun 2024, 00:35
Forum: Area 51: Display Science, Research & Engineering
Topic: XL2546K - EDID Write Protected [ HOW TO FIX? ]
Replies: 2
Views: 459

Re: XL2546K - EDID Write Protected [ HOW TO FIX? ]

While I cannot comment on whether this will work, or on this monitor, or whether it will DAMAGE this model monitor -- I can confirm that EDID write-protect pins are a common cause of EDID hacks not being able to be installed directly into the monitor hardware. Be very careful if you do this. Always ...
by Chief Blur Buster
07 Jun 2024, 00:30
Forum: General — Displays, Graphics & More
Topic: XG2431 screen tearing/artifacts on 240hz + Pure XP
Replies: 1
Views: 260

Re: XG2431 screen tearing/artifacts on 240hz + Pure XP

Tearing will usually be caused by the graphics settings and the operating system. If doing a factory reset/recall doesn't solve the problem, it's typically the computer end. Cable will generally not affect tearing (although may automatically use different video settings that may cascade to tearing v...