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YCbCr444 10 bpc limited VS RGB 10 bpc Full

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Just got the Predator XB3P. At 4K resolution i have the option for YCbCr444 10bpc with limited dynamic range and RGB with full dynamic range. Which one should I use?

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Ideally u'd use 444 full, but in ur case i'd say RGB full is best.


Limited on either usually results in washed out colors especially on the darker scale of things, black becomes grey for example.

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