07-08-2022, 12:48 PM
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I missed to follow up with this query on an old thread here..

LS says "Anything out 16 and 235 are illegal values for NTSC.....PAL values differ, "clipping" less of a problem." I am digitizing PAL Hi8 tapes and have been trying to adjust card proc amp to stay in the 16 - 235 range.

What are the legal luma values for PAL?

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It's the same for PAL.

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