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krausfadr
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Info: Guide for Working with 4K HDR Blu-ray Rips in SDR
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12-Mar-2021, 12:21 PM
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12-Mar-2021, 12:35 PM
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krausfadr
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44rh1n thank you for the tutorial about the Dolby Vision trim analysis. I’ve just begun using Resolve, and your helpful tips are much appreciated. This analysis also seems to be exactly what winoni71 was looking for as well. I will certainly be trying this on an upcoming edit. And based on your comment: “Once it’s done, you’ll notice that the image no longer looks flat and ugly because you’re now seeing the SDR version created by the Dolby Vision analysis.” it looks like I can further color grade after the analysis and before the rendering. Sweet!

EDIT: or perhaps a best practice for users of Resolve would be be to import the file container with HEVC HDR into Premiere, apply the Dolby vision, and export that to a DNxHD or DNxHR to be used as the new source to edit?