C++ Hdr

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Top 6 C++ Hdr Projects

  • tev

    High dynamic range (HDR) image comparison tool for graphics people. With an emphasis on OpenEXR images.

    Project mention: The joy of building a ray tracer, for fun, in Rust | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-01-03

    In the decade I spent working on RenderMan at Pixar, I learned just how immensely useful it was to have an image viewer running in a separate process talking to the renderer over a socket or pipe. (The Image Tool, or "It" is RenderMan's viewer.) Having it stay up even if you kill the render or it crashes for some reason and being able to flip back and forth to easily compare test renders across recompiles is game changing.

    If I were to start writing a new renderer, the first thing I'd do is to hook it up to an external image viewer over some protocol. These days, I find myself liking TEV (https://github.com/Tom94/tev) a lot as a simple open-source image viewer that supports this. See the links in the README for Python and Rust implementations of its protocol.

  • Cluster

    Clustered shading implementation with bgfx (by pezcode)

    Project mention: Is there a good, open source, realistic OpenGL renderer for us to use? | reddit.com/r/opengl | 2021-05-30
  • OPS

    OPS - Build and Run Open Source Unikernels. Quickly and easily build and deploy open source unikernels in tens of seconds. Deploy in any language to any cloud.

  • HyperHDR

    Open source ambient lighting implementation for television sets based on the video and audio streams analysis for Windows, macOS and Linux (x86 and Raspberry Pi). Includes real-time HDR tone mapping and multi-threading for better performance.

    Project mention: Got Hyperion up & running! | reddit.com/r/homeassistant | 2021-02-16

    I spent a lot of time looking into this. Didn't want to lose HRD to implement Hyperion. I found the HyperHDR fork. Which will convert HRD signal to SDR and works really well out of the box. only thing I had to update was to turn the brightness down in the capture settings. Found a HDMI splitter on Amazon that handles CEC pass through. I lost Dolby Vision, because I couldn't find a splitter that will downgrade dolby vision to 1080p for the capture card. But I had to be honest with myself, I can't tell the difference between Dolby Vision and HDR 10+. Now I have an ambient light solution that allows me to keep HDR without dropping big bucks on something like HD Fury. Very Happy, works with HA still too.

  • xbmc

    Kodi Matrix 19.0 HDR Windows API (by thexai)

    Project mention: When is v.19.1 being released for Xbox? | reddit.com/r/kodi | 2021-09-27

    Hey guys new to kodi but I see there’s issues with 4K streams and crashes on the Xbox side of things. But there fixed with v19.1 update but when will it be released? I see the updates on https://github.com/thexai/xbmc/releases but doesn’t give a date? Thank you to anyone who responds :)

  • moonlight_hdr_launcher

    Launch anything in HDR mode using Moonlight

    Project mention: Thinking of getting a 2019 Pro for 4k HDR Moonlight, few questions | reddit.com/r/ShieldAndroidTV | 2022-01-25
  • hdrToggle

    Command Line Tool to turn on HDR in Windows 10

    Project mention: Windows 10 HDR Taskbar Toggle | reddit.com/r/Windows10 | 2021-07-25

    If you have an nvidia card, the api makes things much easier. https://github.com/kurbaniec/hdrToggle

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2022-01-25.

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Project Stars
1 tev 556
2 Cluster 224
3 HyperHDR 217
4 xbmc 42
5 moonlight_hdr_launcher 35
6 hdrToggle 0
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