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Q9FN Why can't get color depth with 12 BIT 

 

Q9FN Why can't get color depth with 12 BIT 

I have a computer with a 1050TI video card, 

 

Tuned video card
4: 2: 2 + 12BIT color depth, I don't see it enhancing color on screen.

Why not see color enhancement?

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Black Belt 

@kjkjk32 wrote:

Q9FN Why can't get color depth with 12 BIT 

 

Q9FN Why can't get color depth with 12 BIT 

I have a computer with a 1050TI video card, 

 

Tuned video card
4: 2: 2 + 12BIT color depth, I don't see it enhancing color on screen.

Why not see color enhancement?


Because it is not a 12 bit TV it is 10 bit. There are no 12 bit TV's made yet.

Paul

Apprentice

But you can send a 4: 2: 2 color signal that you don't see on the screen  !
You can send 4: 4: 4 8 BIT you don't see on screen!
You can send 12 BIT you don't see on screen !

 

Signals that the screen supports also do not see the screen
And Manuel's back screen is a registered screen that supports 12 BIT

 

http://www.up2me.co.il/v.php?file=56229093.jpg
 

AndrewL Moderator
Moderator
@kjkjk32: I can confirm that this model only supports 8 bit and 10 bit colour. Apologies for any disappointment this might cause.
Apprentice

Manuel's back screen is a registered screen that supports 12 BIT

 

http://www.up2me.co.il/v.php?file=56229093.jpg
 

Explicitly state that the TV supports up to 12 BITs
Standard 4: 2: 0  / 4: 2: 2

Black Belt 

@kjkjk32 wrote:

Manuel's back screen is a registered screen that supports 12 BIT

 

http://www.up2me.co.il/v.php?file=56229093.jpg
 

Explicitly state that the TV supports up to 12 BITs
Standard 4: 2: 0  / 4: 2: 2

 

It does not therfore is misrepresentation. Even the admin here confirmed it does not. No commercial TV does yet.


 

Apprentice

You write stories, with no evidence of anything!
I brought the scriptures!

 

Which manager claims otherwise?
Bring proofs and not stories

AndrewL Moderator
Moderator
@kjkjk32: The link provided in your post is from an unverified third party, which I'm unable to open. All I can go by is the information provided by official channels, in this case the User Manual on the Samsung website, and it does not reference 12 bit colour support.
Apprentice


Explicitly listed in Manuel Page 159 of 196

 

https://imgur.com/ikMSBju

Black Belt 

@kjkjk32 wrote:


Explicitly listed in Manuel Page 159 of 196

 

https://imgur.com/ikMSBju


Sorry to say but I have to agree with the moderator @AndrewL .

Unless any advertising comes from the retailer, not even manufacturers advertising, it is not valid under consumer law. So never base your information of a product from anyone but the retailer. If there is a feature you have seen always get confirmation in writing from your retailer and that covers you. 

As per 12 bit yes, for very very exspensive TV's.

 

some links

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ztif0F0MFIw

https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/news/what-is-10-bit-color,36912.html

Paul

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