HDR

HDR Limiter Plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

When it comes to HDR for consumer electronics, video editors as well as colorists want to make sure that there’s no unnecessary information in the signal. The HDR limiter plugin checks (Q/C) for color coordinates outside the specified gamut as well as luminance levels above or below the limitations of the mastering environment. Once these limitations are exceeded, HDR limiter will either colorize these areas (so that you see where your signal clips) or simply restrict the values to the given limitations. For example: If you master your video to 1000 nits peak white and P3 gamut, why would you accept any signals outside these limits? Such signals might cause the viewer to see something you did not see while creating the content and they would add additional payload/stress to the encoder. We are currently preparing to finish and release this plugin, please come back later…

 

Color Functions Plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

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HDR Heatmap plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

HDR Heatmap plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

The Heatmap Plugin for Davinci Resolve* is showing a luminance heatmap, respecting different video standards such as BT.709 SDR or BT.2020 HDR. SDR values can be influenced by setting a power function (gamma) and defining a peak brightness level. The calculations are similar to CEA 861-3 while MaxFALL and MaxCLL correspond to Average Picture Level and Max Level in the plugin. *Note: This Plugin is made for Davinci Resolve 14 running on a Windows System with a CUDA-enabled (NVIDIA) GPU. We intend to deliver a Mac and a Linux-Version with OpenCL support after we can see that there’s reasonable commercial interest in this plug-in. Please don’t purchase this plug-in if you don’t have a Windows PC with an NVIDIA graphics card and Davinci Resolve 14 or later installed.

 

Statistics plugin for Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere

The Statistics Plugin for Davinci Resolve* is delivering frame statistic values, respecting different delivery standards such as BT.709 SDR or BT.2020 HDR. The luminance statistics can be based on the maximum Code Values of decoded R, G, B (similar to MaxCLL and MaxFALL) or using CIE Y (real luminance) values. SDR values can be influenced by setting a power function (gamma) and defining a peak brightness level. Explanation of Options Calculate Mode normalize (legal range): When this option is activated, the Statistics plugin for Davinci Resolve performs a normalization of legal range values. In other words, values of the legal range of video are expanded (0…1). This option is useful for situations where the Project settings require full range but you want to analyze what’s going on in the legal range of the signal. If switching to legal range causes values above the maximum (e.g. above 100% or 10000 nits), […]

 

(HDR) Colorgrading und HDR-10 Encoding

Wir erstellen Inhalte in 4K UHD HDR (HDR 10) oder bringen Ihre Inhalte mit der modernen Technik voll zur Geltung.  Unser HDR-Colorgrading und Videoencoding ist kompatibel den meisten TV-Geräten mit HDR-Technologie. Dabei berücksichtigen wir Standards wie SMPTE 2084, ITU BT.2020 (inklusive Colormapping für DCI/P3) und setzen auf einzigartige Referenz-Tools, die wir zum Teil selbst entwickelt haben. Florian Friedrich ist Geschäftsführer beim Testlabor AVTOP Messtechnik GmbH, wo bereits Hard- und Softwarelösungen rund um HDR entwickelt wurden. Hier unsere Webseite zum Thema HDR-Lösungen.