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    Yeah HDR looks much more contrast and with much better lighting.

    but they somehow look like HDR,
    the contrast and detailed texture, due to the lack of lighting/shadow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash View Post
    Yeah HDR looks much more contrast and with much better lighting.

    but they somehow look like HDR,
    the contrast and detailed texture, due to the lack of lighting/shadow.
    No they don't. What games that do have HDR have you played?

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    HDR makes dark things look dark and bright things brighter.
    There's a greater range of lighting solutions, hence the high-dynamic range rendering name.

    HDR ON:


    HDR OFF:


    The goal of HDR is to provide a better sense of lighting (darkness, brightness) without losing detail in either areas.

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    Well they somehow do, and I played Far Cry, but didn't hear about HDR, until
    I learned about HDR from photography perspective, which is much easier to compare.
    an example for easier comparison, the brightest it get, it doesn't lose the detail due to the lighting properties.
    normal: HDR processed :
    Last edited by flash; 02-07-2007 at 09:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu View Post
    HDR makes dark things look dark and bright things brighter.
    There's a greater range of lighting solutions, hence the high-dynamic range rendering name.

    HDR ON:
    [image removed]

    HDR OFF:
    [image removed]

    The goal of HDR is to provide a better sense of lighting (darkness, brightness) without losing detail in either areas.
    Meh, looks better without HDR. Needs more anti-aliasing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu View Post
    That's usually made in China or Korea.
    Doesn't Taiwan consider itself to be China?

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    its bloom that RE4 uses most probably, HDR is different and is better viewd in motion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperXTR View Post
    its bloom that RE4 uses most probably, HDR is different and is better viewd in motion.
    No, it definitely doesn't use bloom. From those screen shots, we can only assume that it doesn't use any lighting effects.

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    ^i meant the PS2 and the GameCube Version

 

 
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