At a Glance
High dynamic range (HDR) offers greater dynamic range, giving brighter highlights and deeper, clearer shadows and with wide color gamut (WCG) expands the palette of available colors to reproduce the world we see more faithfully. This is achieved without significant changes to existing signal standards, so it does not require a complete change of infrastructure.
HDR programming brings better images to your audience. With growing adoption of HDR-ready receivers, your audience will be drawn to life-like viewing experience with punchy highlights, deeper, clearer shadows, and a broader palette of colors.
A Choice of Standards
Most content distribution utilizes the HDR10 standard, based on the Perceptual Quantizer (PQ) encoding standard. Many live events have seen workflow benefits from production in Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG). Solutions supporting both standards (along with others such as SLog3) give flexibility to your production and distribution chains.
More pixels can make a picture better, but HDR gives better pixels which can make pictures truly breath-taking. Even in HD, HDR can transform your visuals into something remarkable. Make your content stand out in your market by offering the best viewing experience.
Produce HDR and SDR in a Unified Workflow
Target both SDR and HDR audiences with a single workflow. Using GATOR-TOOLBOX’s advanced 3D-lookup tables (3D-LUT) to control precise tone-mapping between SDR and HDR, hybrid workflows
are possible, and are compatible with offline HDR conversion. These hybrid workflows allow a single production to deliver the best experience to both HDR and SDR audiences.