La prise en compte de HDR est annoncée pour dans deux semaines environ, voir le message de Jim Peterson ci-après, source : http://www.convergent-av.co.uk/forum/in ... #msg_22765
I am pleased to announce that we are close to the initial HDR release. We should be posting the HDR release in approximately two weeks. Before all we had was a guesstimate. However, we now have HDR working through the Radiance Pro from a Samsung UHD player to a Sony HDR TV including accepting and outputting HDR Info Frames. This is a major milestone, and we are estimating it will be about two weeks until we have this in the software in an update.
Pro owners with the Panasonic UHD player, or a Kaleidescape Strato (if you have access to the HDR demo movie which I believe is only available to Kaleidescape dealers at this time) will be able to use HDR once the HDR release is posted.
As some of you have already surmised, this means we have the 18 GHz input card prototype working in the lab. We are revising the 18 GHz input card and expect to have initial production boards to sell at the end of August if all goes well. This will allow Samsung UHD player owners to view HDR material through the Pro.
A Radiance Pro implementation detail is that the first HDR releases will focus on driving HDR TVs and projectors.
Later we focus more on reporting HDR to sources when using a non-HDR TV/projector and calibrate them to do their best for Rec 2020 color Gamut and brighter highlights than Rec 709 is capable of. This is actually going to be in the early HDR software, but we will need to add more details and work with calibration software companies to make this practical.
Please note that the calibration software programs do not yet work correctly using the Radiance Pro in Rec 2020 (or HDR) 3D LUT mode. We are working with them to add the necessary support.