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You are absolutely right. All those settings are missing indeed. This crimson edition driver+settings panel feels like a joke.
List of missing items which I urgently need:
1. Basic Video Color Settings
2. Color Vibrance + Slider
3. Flesh-tone Correction + Slider
4. Brighter Whites
5. Dynamic Range
6. Video Gamma + Slider
7. Deinterlacing Setting
8. Pulldown detection
9. Edge enhancement + Slider
10. De-noise + Slider
11. Mosquito Noise Reduction + Slider
12. De-blocking + Slider
13. Dynamic Contrast
What kind of software developers these companies hire nowadays? Are we progressing backwards?
i do like the new software but would like to change the Dynamic Range to "Full" and "Turn Off" everything else
@amdmatt you there
Indeed, i had my monitor set up perfectly after meddling with settings for a long time. And now with these new drivers they ripped it out completely! This is the same bull we have seen in videogames the last decade, slowly ripping out their gamma and brightness options. These new drivers are suppose to be a new start for drivers in AMD but instead they took one step forward and than another step back.
Yes! I frequently turned on and off different video settings like mosquito noise reduction and changed the deinterlacing type. I can no longer do this. Access to those types of settings was one of the major reasons I ditched Nvidia.
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I couldn't do that even by changing registry. So I changed back to old CCC and installed new drivers only, but not the new settings panel.
Default and Custom seem to be okey for my needs, they dont do much to the final image, basicly nothing compared to vivid, and the other ones, but i suspect the Cinama Classic is the one with dynamic range set to full but it seem to also enable some denoise :/
i dont want denoise on my perfect blu-ray picture quality
I completely agree with you. This is exactly what crimson should have been.
AMD should fix this ASAP
I also need those advanced video settings
It doesn't make sense to strip essential features out when so many people use these adjustments to calibrate video playback in players such as MPC-HC. We need them back!
I too need these settings back, and I also noticed that when changing video profile to vivid or any other setting, no difference in video, it just stays on same colors when testing to watch YouTube videos, same with playing videos on my Potplayer. And there is not setting that will allow me to enable video quality for flash videos like in YouTube.
For gaming I have my TV set to Wide range, and it worked perfectly with the older Catalyst drivers set to full color range (0-255). Now with Crimson, it seems the video tab only pertains to video playback, and on gaming my blacks are getting crushed.
Please bring back the full color range setting!