A Hybrid Log Gamma Workflow for Live HDR Video

| April 2, 2018

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For me, high dynamic range (HDR) video is a much more exciting development than 3D or resolutions greater than 4K. When properly filmed, graded, and viewed on an HDR monitor, viewing so much detail in the highlights of HDR video is a visual treat.The best part about HDR content is that the workflow doesn’t need to be overly complicated, thanks to the implementation of the Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) that was codeveloped by the BBC in the U.K. and NHK in Japan. HLG is available on the Sony FS5, AX700, Z150, PXW-Z90, and HXR-NX80; and on the Panasonic GH5.

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