ITC Processing has been available on ATI graphics cards since Catalyst 9.2 though it can have a positive or negative impact depending on your display device.
Enabling ITC Processing for DTVs
- ITC processing is a feature that enables display processors to use the appropriate pixel data processing algorithms based on specific content type to ensure video quality.
- With ITC processing, the graphics driver enables the display to use its own video quality processing algorithms for movies played in full-screen mode on HDMI™ displays.
- Note: This feature is available only for DTVs connected with HDMI cables and may not be available for all systems.
How to enable this in the ATI Catalyst Control Center
- From the Graphics Settings tree, expand DTV.
- Click Attributes.
- Select or clear Enable ITC Processing as appropriate.
- Select—Enables ITC processing for HDMI displays that are capable of the feature. When movies are played in full-screen mode, the display’s processors can be used to ensure video quality.
- Clear—Disables ITC processing. Video quality is ensured by the graphics driver for all types of contents displayed.
So for example, I have a super nice new 52" sharp LCD it's almost brand-new and originally was like $2000, and I have a super nice new HP computer with a brand-new radeon 5670, so am I better off with ITC checked or cleared? I understand what it does, but I don't understand if it's good or bad in my particular situation? Thanks, if anyone replies to this.
@Tim let the graphics card handle the video processing fully if the video already looks good. It will be no doubt much more capable of producing a better picture than the tv is using it's own processors. If the image looks good why bother turning this feature on anyway.
To be honest I cant see a difference either way so I have left it enabled. All my media is via xbmc for windows which may be why.
"It will be no doubt much more capable of producing a better picture than the tv is using it’s own processors. If the image looks good why bother turning this feature on anyway."
Can about it more?
This ATI card has more features than I understand, but so far it appears that letting the TV handle things works best.