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Description

A filter for converting high dynamic range (HDR) video to standard dynamic range (SDR).

Ported from mpv and the FFmpeg vf_tonemap filter http://mpv.io/ http://www.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-filters.html#tonemap

Usage

Hable

tonemap.Hable(clip clip[, float exposure=2.0, float a=0.15, float b=0.50, float c=0.10, float d=0.20, float e=0.02, float f=0.30, float w=11.2])

Peserve both dark and bright details better than Reinhard, at the cost of slightly darkening everything. Use it when detail preservation is more important than color and brightness accuracy.

  • clip: Clip to process. Only planar 32-bit float is supported.

  • exposure: Gain to apply.

  • a: Shoulder strength

  • b: Linear strength

  • c: Linear angle

  • d: Toe strength

  • e: Toe numerator

  • f: Toe denominator

  • w: Linear white point

hable(x) = ( (x*(a*x+c*b)+d*e) / (x*(a*x+b)+d*f) ) - e/f

output = hable(exposure * input) / hable(w)

References: http://filmicworlds.com/blog/filmic-tonemapping-operators http://www.slideshare.net/ozlael/hable-john-uncharted2-hdr-lighting

Mobius

tonemap.Mobius(clip clip[, float exposure=2.0, float transition=0.3, float peak=1.0])

Generalization of Reinhard to a Mobius transform with linear section. Smoothly maps out-of-range values while retaining contrast and colors for in-range material as much as possible. Use this when you care about color accuracy more than detail preservation.

  • clip: Clip to process. Only planar 32-bit float is supported.

  • exposure: Gain to apply.

  • transition: Specifies the transition point from linear to mobius transform. Every value below this point is guaranteed to be mapped 1:1. The higher the value, the more accurate the result will be, at the cost of losing bright details. Defaults to 0.3, which due to the steep initial slope still preserves in-range colors fairly accurately.

  • peak: Reference peak brightness

References: https://github.com/mpv-player/mpv/commit/d8a3b10f45eb10fb34ce9da3a9a76e3bd8644e3d

Reinhard

tonemap.Reinhard(clip clip[, float exposure=1.5, contrast=0.5, float peak=1.0])
  • clip: Clip to process. Only planar 32-bit float is supported.

  • exposure: Gain to apply.

  • contrast: Controls the local contrast coefficient at the display peak. Default to 0.5, which means that in-gamut values will be about half as bright as when clipping.

  • peak: Reference peak brightness

References: https://www.cs.utah.edu/~reinhard/cdrom/

Compilation

The usual autotools method:

./autogen.sh
./configure
make

On Mingw-w64 you can try something like the following:

gcc -c tonemap.c -I include/vapoursynth -O3 -ffast-math -mfpmath=sse -msse2 -march=native -std=c99 -Wall
gcc -shared -o tonemap.dll tonemap.o -Wl,--out-implib,tonemap.a