YCBCR422 support?
I tried a radeon 5450 and it allowed the use of the YCBCR422 color space but the geforce gt 430 does not have that color space as an option or is greyed out if using the classic control panel. is there any benefit in using that color space instead of YCBCR444?

I returned the 5450 for a number of different reasons.
I tried a radeon 5450 and it allowed the use of the YCBCR422 color space but the geforce gt 430 does not have that color space as an option or is greyed out if using the classic control panel. is there any benefit in using that color space instead of YCBCR444?



I returned the 5450 for a number of different reasons.

#1
Posted 04/12/2011 01:10 AM   
[quote name='dorfd1' date='11 April 2011 - 05:10 PM' timestamp='1302570613' post='1223116']
I tried a radeon 5450 and it allowed the use of the YCBCR422 color space but the geforce gt 430 does not have that color space as an option or is greyed out if using the classic control panel. is there any benefit in using that color space instead of YCBCR444?

I returned the 5450 for a number of different reasons.
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[color="#008080"]I got the YCbCr444 working on mine. Using beta driver 270.51. GTX 580. Windows 7 64-bit.
My card's mini-HDMI connector going to my Samsung LED TV's HDMI connector.[/color]
[quote name='dorfd1' date='11 April 2011 - 05:10 PM' timestamp='1302570613' post='1223116']

I tried a radeon 5450 and it allowed the use of the YCBCR422 color space but the geforce gt 430 does not have that color space as an option or is greyed out if using the classic control panel. is there any benefit in using that color space instead of YCBCR444?



I returned the 5450 for a number of different reasons.





I got the YCbCr444 working on mine. Using beta driver 270.51. GTX 580. Windows 7 64-bit.

My card's mini-HDMI connector going to my Samsung LED TV's HDMI connector.

EVGA GTX 780, Haswell 4770K cpu@3.9 GHz, 16GB RAM, Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit, ASUS Maximus VI Hero motherboard, 250 GB SSD drive, 750W PC Power & Cooling power supply, Samsung 46" LED 1080p TV @60Hz, Soundblaster Z PCI-e.

#2
Posted 04/12/2011 02:28 AM   
I use ycbcr444 on my insignia 19 inch tv and I do get 1:1 pixel image on screen when using native but I was wondering if there is a benefit to even using ycbcr422.
I use ycbcr444 on my insignia 19 inch tv and I do get 1:1 pixel image on screen when using native but I was wondering if there is a benefit to even using ycbcr422.

#3
Posted 04/12/2011 11:20 AM   
[quote name='dorfd1' date='12 April 2011 - 03:20 AM' timestamp='1302607221' post='1223319']
I use ycbcr444 on my insignia 19 inch tv and I do get 1:1 pixel image on screen when using native but I was wondering if there is a benefit to even using ycbcr422.
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[color="#008080"]The colors will look prettier one way or the other. Part of it depends on the way your display device is caple of doing the different color formats. For me I usually get the better-looking colors on a TV with YCbCr444.

So, the benefit is looking at prettier colors (maybe).[/color]
[quote name='dorfd1' date='12 April 2011 - 03:20 AM' timestamp='1302607221' post='1223319']

I use ycbcr444 on my insignia 19 inch tv and I do get 1:1 pixel image on screen when using native but I was wondering if there is a benefit to even using ycbcr422.





The colors will look prettier one way or the other. Part of it depends on the way your display device is caple of doing the different color formats. For me I usually get the better-looking colors on a TV with YCbCr444.



So, the benefit is looking at prettier colors (maybe).

EVGA GTX 780, Haswell 4770K cpu@3.9 GHz, 16GB RAM, Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit, ASUS Maximus VI Hero motherboard, 250 GB SSD drive, 750W PC Power & Cooling power supply, Samsung 46" LED 1080p TV @60Hz, Soundblaster Z PCI-e.

#4
Posted 04/12/2011 03:19 PM   
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