Resolution Color settings

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    Resolution Color settings


    So I changed from default RGB 8 BPC to the 10 bpc and YcbCr444. Seems to look better was curious what do you use/recommend?



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    @Dude

    I rarely fiddle with those settings.
    I'm not a gamer but, I seem to have a sharper video image, or am I just hallucinating?
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    Edwin said: View Post
    @Dude

    I rarely fiddle with those settings.
    I'm not a gamer but, I seem to have a sharper video image, or am I just hallucinating?
    I set it that way and it looks better, Desktop and gaming
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    The difference between YCbCr and RGB is that YCbCr represents color as brightness and two color difference signals, while RGB represents color as red, green and blue. In YCbCr, the Y is the brightness (luma), Cb is blue minus luma (B-Y) and Cr is red minus luma (R-Y).
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