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Is there a way to "convert/edit" HDR10 videos recorded on phone to SDR?

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By geminihc, Senior Member on 11th September 2019, 05:02 AM
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you might ask me "why dont you just record in regular SDR and not HDR10". for me, at least on the LG G8, i noticed that if I record in HDR10 the usable dynamic range is SIGNIFICANTLY better. For example, the skies are not blown out, there is rarely anything over-exposed even if I set EV to +1. If I used regular SDR video, things are overblown and looks bad.

The ISSUE with HDR10 is that unless I'm playing that video back on my LG G8 or a compatible HDR10 TV, it looks extremely washed out. I simply want to take advantage of the high dynamic range of the HDR10 feature but be able to allow others to view it easily. Can I do this "in-house" on the phone easily?

I'm not a video guru, however I know i CAN do this if I import this into something like Premier and apply a preset then export the render. But it's just steps that I prefer not to take.

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