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Old 23rd August 2011, 11:04   #21  |  Link
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No problems opening the original TI3 file I originally opened, but trying to process any other TI3 file is giving me this error.




Getting the same error message with,

genscript:
make3dlut:
parseti3:
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No problems opening the original TI3 file I originally opened, but trying to process any other TI3 file is giving me this error.




Getting the same error message with,

genscript:
make3dlut:
parseti3:
Can you upload the .ti3 file somewhere so I can have a look at it?
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Big update, version 0.4 is out
See the original post for a full list of changes

Download link: http://www.mediafire.com/?5f7mid5m131rjxb

The main new addition is that of gen3dlut.exe, which allows the creation of custom 3dluts. Currently, only two modes are supported - flat (output=input) and grayscale (output=luminosity).

Some fun things:
gen3dlut.exe --grayscale -o test.3dlut: http://img189.imageshack.us/img189/3889/bnwp.jpg
or
gen3dlut.exe --grayscale -o - | swapchan --invert -i - -o test.3dlut: http://img641.imageshack.us/img641/5039/invertgray.jpg

Note: This utility also allows you to create generic .3dluts that just include calibration data from a .cal, eg. like so:
gen3dlut.exe -o - | applycal -i - -o output.3dlut calibration.cal
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Old 23rd August 2011, 23:31   #24  |  Link
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Here are 5 of my results.
http://www.mediafire.com/?szmzpi50gao1mco

Version 0.4 can open the ones that weren't working before. And I can see what the problem is. Luminance values are screwed.

From what I can see, the consistancy between the ones that don't work are that they have greyscale values going up in incriments of 5 where I have created my own testchart file.
The one that works, from memory I just selected the large testchart.
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Here are 5 of my results.
http://www.mediafire.com/?szmzpi50gao1mco

Version 0.4 can open the ones that weren't working before. And I can see what the problem is. Luminance values are screwed.

From what I can see, the consistancy between the ones that don't work are that they have greyscale values going up in incriments of 5 where I have created my own testchart file.
The one that works, from memory I just selected the large testchart.
Which one was working fine before version 0.4?
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OMG, he's unstoppable! So I can take a 0-255 gamut mapping 16bit LUT from cr3dlut, merge it w/ a .cal file and output a 8bit LUT to feed rgb3dlut() in ffdshow?

I'm asking instead of trying coz my .net crapola is not up to date I'm afraid...but if that's the case I might have an urgent need for a "reset CLUT while playing" in mVR

But I guess you can't get it to output a YUY2 LUT, can you?
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OMG, he's unstoppable! So I can take a 0-255 gamut mapping 16bit LUT from cr3dlut, merge it w/ a .cal file and output a 8bit LUT to feed rgb3dlut() in ffdshow?
There is currently no utility for changing the bit-depth of a LUT (eg. from 16-bit down to 8-bit) but I can add a program for that by version 0.5.

Note: This would obviously only work for the /output/ bit-depth of a LUT. Changing the input bit depth is unfeasible because anything about 3x8-bit would take such obscene amounts of storage that you couldn't even load it. For example, a fully 10-bit .3DLUT will take 4 GB of memory, more than the average video card can handle. A 16-bit LUT will take several petabytes.

However, what you can do is transform a 8->16 bit LUT down to a 8->8 bit LUT (or the reverse), though at the cost of precision (in the former).

But yes, you can basically take a 8->16 bit LUT gamut mapping (like the type madVR uses) and apply .cal data to it.

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I'm asking instead of trying coz my .net crapola is not up to date I'm afraid...but if that's the case I might have an urgent need for a "reset CLUT while playing" in mVR
Agreed on this. It's such a hassle to reset the CLUTs manually using dispcalGUI all the time.

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But I guess you can't get it to output a YUY2 LUT, can you?
That wouldn't be in the realm of impossibility as far as I know how YUY2 LUTs work, then I'll also have to do the RGB->LUT conversion since .cal files work in RGB space. (You'd have to choose which reference decoding matrices to use). I wouldn't expect anything resembling YUV support for at least another version or two though, maybe 0.6 or 0.7, mainly because I'm only primarily concerned with madVR which uses RGB LUTs and this simplifies things greatly.
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There is currently no utility for changing the bit-depth of a LUT (eg. from 16-bit down to 8-bit) but I can add a program for that by version 0.5.
Updated, added this, in addition to re-coding most of the .3dlut code to make it much, much cleaner.

All 3dlut processing is now done using 64-bit floating point calculations at every step, and they are only converted to/from their appropriate lower-bit-depth representations when saving/loading to memory.

The .3dlut processing pipeline now only accepts functions that use normalized 0-1 doubles.

This has the advantage of: 1. Allowing for seamless interaction of .3dluts with any bit-depth and 2. level detection is now done in the .3dlut library instead of in the program, and the .3dlut lib correctly compensates for full or limited range values when pulling down the levels to 0-1 doubles.

It also removes about 70% of the code size, which was previously full of “Transform16, Transform8, Transform32” or “Pullup16, Pullup8, Pullup32” and so forth. All of these duplicate versions have now been removed and replace by generic versions that work on any-bitdepth.

Which means that I am now being bottlenecked by the limited capacity of the .3dlut file standard, even though my code is perfectly capable of processing something irregular like 10-bit LUTs (as opposed to 8, 16 or 32).

Edit: For the curious, a comparison of 16-bit LUT vs 8-bit LUT (to make madVR load it, I first converted it down to 8-bit and then converted that back up to 16-bit which is simply a bit-shift, the same way madVR converts levels). You can clearly see the advantage of greater-than-8-bit precision processing even on 8-bit devices. So if you want to use a .3dlut with avisynth be wary of this difference:

http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/75573

If you do want to create an 8-bit 3dLUT for avisynth etc, you can do something like this:
gen3dlut -o - -b 8 | applycal -i - -o output.3dlut calibration.cal
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Yeah, an 8bit 3dlut is probably not good enough. yCMS also internally uses 64bit floats for calculation and then rounds that down to 16bit integer for output. I wouldn't use anything less than 16bit integer output. It's debatable, though, whether input must be 8bit. madVR/yCMS can also use 7bit or 6bit input, to save space and improve performance, on the cost of a very small (probably not visible) drop in quality.
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Can you add more format support for applycal?

CAL data from a TI3 file (Argyll Device Calibration State)?
Calibration Tester's 0-65535 format?
An ICC profile vctg tag?
The currently loaded CLUT?

applycal from version 0.4 is now extremely slow. Is that because of working in 64-bit floating point or is it a bug? After 30 minutes went by I just gave up and killed it. If it's going to be that slow, I hope you can optimize or multi-thread it. Maybe you could port it to OpenGL GLSL shader code and run it on the GPU.

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madVR/yCMS can also use 7bit or 6bit input, to save space and improve performance, on the cost of a very small (probably not visible) drop in quality.
Just don't use a 6bit 3dlut with applycal or you'll get crappy results.
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Just don't use a 6bit 3dlut with applycal or you'll get crappy results.
Have you found the time to measure madVR/yCMS's 7bit and 6bit 3dluts yet to check if there's any difference (worth nothing) between 8bit and lower bitdepths?
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Can you add more format support for applycal?

CAL data from a TI3 file (Argyll Device Calibration State)?
I never realized this differed from the .cal file. I'll add support for it soon enough.

Note: As a “feature” of the current coding, all you have to do is change the first line of a .ti3 file to “CTI3” to “CAL” and applycal will accept it.

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Calibration Tester's 0-65535 format?
Would depend on the format in question. If I don't have access to a freely available documentation and a few sample cases for it, it's unlikely.

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An ICC profile vctg tag?
I'm probably adding ICC profile support sometime around version 1.0.

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The currently loaded CLUT?
I don't know how to access those.

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applycal from version 0.4 is now extremely slow. Is that because of working in 64-bit floating point or is it a bug? After 30 minutes went by I just gave up and killed it. If it's going to be that slow, I hope you can optimize or multi-thread it. Maybe you could port it to OpenGL GLSL shader code and run it on the GPU.
That has to be a bug, it runs in a few seconds on my CPU. How many entries does your .cal file have?

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Yeah, an 8bit 3dlut is probably not good enough. yCMS also internally uses 64bit floats for calculation and then rounds that down to 16bit integer for output. I wouldn't use anything less than 16bit integer output. It's debatable, though, whether input must be 8bit. madVR/yCMS can also use 7bit or 6bit input, to save space and improve performance, on the cost of a very small (probably not visible) drop in quality.
How do you properly pull down to a limited range 6-bit or 7-bit integer? I can't right shift 235 any further without cutting bits off. Is that just what I should do?
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How do you properly pull up to a 6-bit or 7-bit integer? I can't right shift 235 any further without cutting bits off. Is that just what I should do?
I've no idea. I only know how to use 3dluts, not how to create them. You'll have to ask yesgrey about that.
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The currently loaded CLUT?
I don't know how to access those.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...=VS.85%29.aspx

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Have you found the time to measure madVR/yCMS's 7bit and 6bit 3dluts yet to check if there's any difference (worth nothing) between 8bit and lower bitdepths?
It's about what you'd expect for a lut with 4x4 accuracy, interpolated to 1x1. Using a 6-bit lut results in an ever so slightly, smoother histogram. Though at least on a standard gamut monitor, it's not really visible unless you pixel peek, since the skew is often 0.1-0.5 dE. The trade-off is worth it to me, to avoid the occasional 3dlut showstopper causing massive dropped frames, but unless someone is in a similar situation, I don't know why they'd choose to use a 6-bit lut. I don't use yCMS Grayscale Measurements, a Wide Gamut monitor, or madVR gamma correction, so I have no idea if the results would be similar mine while using those things.

Anyway, not relavant to this thread, but here are some comparison screenshots for you madshi:
http://www.mediafire.com/?74lk6yli3l7n7cx
The random noise + pattern image with 6 semi-transparent colored blocks overlayed, is just something I made on-the-fly as a torture test for the 6-bit lut.

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Would depend on the format in question. If I don't have access to a freely available documentation and a few sample cases for it, it's unlikely.
It's just a text file 0-255 with 16bit integer CLUT values (vs the normalized 16bit floating point value in a TI3). It's one of the few tools to load, dump, modify, an re-load the active CLUT.
The layout is always the same. "#GammaRamp" on first line identifying the format. 0-255 in first column, RED, GREEN, BLUE.
Code:
#GammaRamp
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That has to be a bug, it runs in a few seconds on my CPU. How many entries does your .cal file have?
It's just a normal ArgyllCMS .cal file, so 256. Process monitor appears to show applycal apparently stuck in a loop reading the .cal file around 1,600 times per second.

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It's just a text file 0-255 with 16bit integer CLUT values (vs the normalized 16bit floating point value in a TI3). It's one of the few tools to load, dump, modify, an re-load the active CLUT.
Oh, that exists? I've just finished writing my own :P

Oh well, my version will work for .ti3 files, .cal files and those funky calibration tester formats.

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The layout is always the same. "#GammaRamp" on first line identifying the format. 0-255 in first column, RED, GREEN, BLUE.
Code:
#GammaRamp
0	1599	1305	1270
1	2161	1923	1791
2	2722	2538	2310
3	3280	3150	2825
4	3835	3760	3338
5	4383	4365	3846
6	4908	4949	4342
7	5398	5494	4813
8	5847	5991	5256
9	6255	6439	5667
10	6629	6843	6047
11	6976	7211	6402
12	7300	7550	6734
13	7605	7864	7050
14	7894	8159	7350
15	8171	8440	7639
16	8438	8709	7919
17	8696	8967	8191
18	8945	9217	8454
19	9187	9459	8712
20	9423	9697	8963
21	9653	9929	9206
22	9879	10155	9448
23	10102	10377	9683
24	10319	10596	9916
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27	10949	11237	10590
28	11155	11446	10809
29	11359	11653	11027
30	11562	11858	11243
31	11763	12063	11457
32	11962	12268	11668
33	12162	12474	11880
34	12362	12680	12093
35	12562	12887	12306
36	12762	13093	12519
37	12962	13299	12732
38	13162	13505	12945
39	13362	13711	13156
40	13561	13918	13367
41	13757	14127	13578
42	13954	14338	13786
43	14152	14548	13995
44	14351	14759	14206
45	14550	14970	14416
46	14749	15182	14627
47	14949	15392	14836
48	15149	15603	15046
49	15350	15812	15256
50	15552	16019	15466
51	15755	16226	15676
52	15958	16430	15885
53	16164	16635	16095
54	16369	16841	16303
55	16576	17050	16514
56	16784	17261	16724
57	16996	17474	16936
58	17211	17689	17152
59	17429	17904	17369
60	17651	18118	17587
61	17873	18333	17805
62	18097	18549	18023
63	18321	18765	18242
64	18546	18982	18459
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73	20584	20935	20453
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80	22151	22424	22011
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92	24834	25077	24717
93	25057	25299	24940
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95	25506	25746	25389
96	25732	25972	25616
97	25962	26202	25847
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99	26432	26665	26315
100	26672	26898	26551
101	26913	27133	26787
102	27154	27370	27026
103	27397	27608	27266
104	27639	27846	27505
105	27879	28080	27742
106	28115	28312	27976
107	28347	28540	28208
108	28577	28767	28440
109	28804	28992	28668
110	29031	29217	28899
111	29259	29444	29130
112	29487	29671	29360
113	29717	29898	29591
114	29948	30126	29823
115	30179	30355	30054
116	30411	30582	30286
117	30643	30809	30518
118	30876	31036	30752
119	31110	31264	30987
120	31344	31492	31221
121	31578	31719	31456
122	31812	31947	31692
123	32046	32175	31929
124	32280	32404	32168
125	32513	32632	32404
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130	33676	33794	33610
131	33914	34032	33856
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133	34389	34510	34347
134	34627	34751	34593
135	34867	34991	34840
136	35108	35234	35089
137	35351	35477	35339
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141	36333	36454	36342
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143	36823	36943	36844
144	37069	37187	37093
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146	37561	37676	37593
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151	38782	38891	38822
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155	39729	39835	39776
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157	40205	40309	40254
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161	41168	41264	41219
162	41411	41505	41464
163	41656	41749	41711
164	41903	41996	41960
165	42153	42246	42212
166	42408	42502	42468
167	42667	42764	42729
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169	43197	43298	43259
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172	44005	44100	44063
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175	44819	44901	44869
176	45087	45165	45136
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178	45609	45682	45657
179	45862	45932	45912
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181	46357	46418	46413
182	46602	46657	46661
183	46844	46894	46909
184	47086	47131	47156
185	47329	47369	47404
186	47573	47610	47655
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188	48062	48097	48157
189	48308	48346	48409
190	48554	48596	48663
191	48799	48847	48917
192	49045	49099	49171
193	49293	49354	49428
194	49542	49611	49685
195	49792	49871	49942
196	50041	50133	50199
197	50291	50396	50455
198	50541	50659	50710
199	50792	50921	50965
200	51043	51183	51219
201	51295	51445	51470
202	51549	51708	51722
203	51807	51973	51974
204	52068	52237	52226
205	52331	52500	52479
206	52596	52762	52730
207	52861	53024	52982
208	53125	53283	53232
209	53387	53540	53480
210	53646	53794	53727
211	53904	54044	53975
212	54159	54292	54223
213	54414	54540	54472
214	54667	54788	54720
215	54920	55036	54972
216	55175	55289	55225
217	55431	55544	55481
218	55690	55802	55738
219	55950	56065	55996
220	56211	56329	56252
221	56471	56595	56506
222	56732	56861	56760
223	56991	57128	57010
224	57249	57392	57258
225	57510	57656	57504
226	57772	57920	57751
227	58035	58187	57998
228	58297	58453	58244
229	58559	58717	58489
230	58820	58981	58734
231	59080	59243	58980
232	59339	59506	59226
233	59598	59770	59474
234	59854	60034	59722
235	60110	60299	59971
236	60364	60564	60220
237	60619	60829	60469
238	60872	61094	60719
239	61124	61357	60968
240	61377	61620	61217
241	61629	61881	61465
242	61881	62144	61716
243	62134	62407	61966
244	62386	62670	62216
245	62639	62932	62465
246	62892	63194	62713
247	63144	63455	62963
248	63397	63716	63212
249	63648	63978	63462
250	63899	64239	63712
251	64150	64500	63961
252	64399	64762	64211
253	64648	65023	64461
254	64897	65284	64712
255	65146	65535	64963
Seems simple enough, I'll just pull down values to 64-bit doubles and use my existing logic. Confirmed for 0.5.

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It's just a normal ArgyllCMS .cal file, so 256. Process monitor appears to show applycal apparently stuck in a loop reading the .cal file around 1,600 times per second.
I'll try to figure out what's going wrong. How are you running the command, btw?
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I'll try to figure out what's going wrong. How are you running the command, btw?
Windows XP SP3 x86.
Command Prompt.

cd "C:\Program Files\TI3Parser\"
applycal -i 8bit.3dlut GDM-F520_2011-08-23_rec709_Matrix.cal
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Oh, that exists? I've just finished writing my own :P

Oh well, my version will work for .ti3 files, .cal files and those funky calibration tester formats.
I spoke too soon, SetDeviceGammaRamp is seemingly independent of the device-specific gamma ramps that tools such as dispcalGUI or the CalibrationTester load. Those are per-monitor, and SetDeviceGammaRamp applies globally. In fact, the tool doesn't even detect any SetDeviceGammaRamp changes.

Do you know a way around this limitation? I haven't been able to find out the correct functions for loading a monitor-specific gamma ramp other than the DirectX ones.

Either way, you can use CalibrationTester to save the CLUT to a file and applycal will be able to apply it.
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You probably forgot to specify a hardware device context. The following I assume are the relevant imported functions for what you want to do, since all lut loaders contain them.

User32.dll
GetMonitorInfoA
EnumDisplayMonitors
MonitorFromWindow

GDI32.dll
CreateDCA
GetICMProfileA
SetDeviceGammaRamp
GetDeviceGammaRamp
DeleteDC
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