[FFmpeg-user] lut3d define range and input output conversions
st599 at zepler.net
Thu Aug 11 15:35:52 EEST 2016
I'm currently having 2 issues with the FFmpeg implementation of 3D LUTs and
am wondering if there is any way of fixing the issues.
We have some LUTs which are designed to be used over the legal video range
(64-940) and some which are designed to be used over the full video range
(4-1019). This is important for maintaining details in superwhites and to
prevent errors in hue and saturation when changing video from one colour
volume to another.
Is there a method for flagging if an RGB LUT should be applied over the
range 64-940 or 4-1019?
Input and output conversions
3D LUTs operate in the RGB domain, but many video formats use the YCbCr
domain. Therefore the video processing must look like (simplified):
YCbCr video -> YCbCr to RGB -> LUT applied -> RGB to YCbCr -> YCbCr video
One use for a 3D LUT is converting from ITU-R BT.709 YCbCr video to ITU-R
BT.2020/2100 YCbCr video. The matrices for converting between YCbCr and RGB
are different for BT.709 and BT.2020/2100, therefore one needs to flag
which colour conversion matrix should be used on the input and output of
the LUT. This cannot be estimated based on frame size as 1920x1080 is
allowed in both BT.709 and BT.2100.
Is there a method for flagging which conversion matrices should be applied
before and after the 3D LUT?
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