Enable ITC Processing with ATI CCC?

By Aaron on June 19, 2009
ITC Processing 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 […]

ITC Processing

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.
Article written by Aaron

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.

  • "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?

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