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Re: [Public WebGL] WebGL support for high bit depth rendering & display
On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 7:22 PM, Won Chun <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I stated this caveat pretty explicitly in the quoted text. I have not gotten all the fancy bits in place, but supposedly, yes it should work:
I'm not sure if there is specific black magic going on here. For example, sometimes hardware video decoders bypass compositors. It could be there is a similar punch-through for 30-bit color.
That's a pretty powerful "punch trough" right there.
1) Accept the 30-bit color to a 30-bit color buffer
2) deliver 24-bit color to GDI/Compositor
3) analyze the GDI output for the presence of your downsampled color buffer
4) paste together 24-bit GDI output cutting out the bits you have better bits for sampling from your 30-bit buffer
5) deliver over special cable to monitor
Uh-hum, that's gonna be fun trying to support in WebGL :)