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Configuring the source gamma and color space
HDRconv AI  supports HDR conversions from standard SDR videos and from custom camera gammas and color spaces.
AI powered SDR to HDR conversions
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Conversions from standard SDR videos
When converting standard SDR videos, check that the video gamma and color space metadata is correctly set in the media list:
If the video metadata is wrong or it is set as “unspecified” , open the “interpret video” dialog by clicking the right mouse button and set the correct metadata.
Conversions from custom camera gamma and color spaces
Camera videos using non standard  gammas and color spaces, for example sony S-log  or Panasonic V-gamut, may set the video metadata to standard values like rec-709, or as unspecified. To set the correct values, open the “Set camera/custom gamma and color space”  dialog clicking the right mouse button and set the correct values:
After setting, the custom gamma and color space, in this case Panasonic V-log and V.gamut, appear in the media list:
Configuring HDRconv AI
Activate HDRconv AI to convert the video to HDR. To watch the converted video in HDR, activate the HDR display mode, this mode uses the Windows HDR display mode if your GPU and monitor supports it, or a HDR simulation display mode:
HDR luminance
This options sets the converted video HDR luminance, for example 1000 nits.
Enhance strength
The enhance feature removes video compression artifacts and banding. Set to zero for high quality videos, for example videos recorded in high data rate formats. If the video has compression artifacts increase the strength value. The enhance results can be checked instantly after setting the strength value.
Enhance highlights
Activate the setting to enhance the video highlights improving the HDR video look. Depending on the video it may increase the maximum nits value set.
AI Upscale/Enhance resolution
Activate this feature to AI upscale the video while converting to HDR. AI upscaling increase the video resolution, for example when converting a SD or HD video to UHD.
Preview dimensions
Select the video preview dimensions, for example to the dimensions of the final video. Activate “auto configure upsample” to auto configure the selected dimensions in the transform panel. In the transform panel any dimensions and aspect ratio can be selected.
Tips and tricks
Creating previews
For creating a video preview with the current settings press the button “Create preview”. For HDR conversions it is recommended to create the preview in 10 bits. The preview is played with the internal player, or with your favorite player if selected in the options dialog. To delete a preview, select it and press the delete button, the created previews are not deleted automatically when closing the video. Press the button folder to open the previews folder in the Windows explorer.
Activating HDRconv with other AI processing settings
HDRconv AI can be used along with any other AI processing feature. For example the video can be upsampled and enhanced by activating video enhance AI. Or if the video has chroma artifacts , SuperChroma AI can be activated.
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