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7 March 2014 Creating cinematic wide gamut HDR-video for the evaluation of tone mapping operators and HDR-displays
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Proceedings Volume 9023, Digital Photography X; 90230X (2014)
Event: IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging, 2014, San Francisco, California, United States
High quality video sequences are required for the evaluation of tone mapping operators and high dynamic range (HDR) displays. We provide scenic and documentary scenes with a dynamic range of up to 18 stops. The scenes are staged using professional film lighting, make-up and set design to enable the evaluation of image and material appearance. To address challenges for HDR-displays and temporal tone mapping operators, the sequences include highlights entering and leaving the image, brightness changing over time, high contrast skin tones, specular highlights and bright, saturated colors. HDR-capture is carried out using two cameras mounted on a mirror-rig. To achieve a cinematic depth of field, digital motion picture cameras with Super-35mm size sensors are used. We provide HDR-video sequences to serve as a common ground for the evaluation of temporal tone mapping operators and HDR-displays. They are available to the scientific community for further research.
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Jan Froehlich, Stefan Grandinetti, Bernd Eberhardt, Simon Walter, Andreas Schilling, and Harald Brendel "Creating cinematic wide gamut HDR-video for the evaluation of tone mapping operators and HDR-displays", Proc. SPIE 9023, Digital Photography X, 90230X (7 March 2014);


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