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Old 26th June 2023, 00:34   #1  |  Link
kurkosdr
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Is HDR10 possible in broadcast?

Basically as the title says:

Is HDR10 possible in broadcast? By broadcast I mean DVB-T2, DVB-S2, ATSC 3.0 etc

The reason I am asking is because all the broadcast HDR channels I see are HLG, and also in HDR10 you need to know the average light level and maximum light level in advance, which I am not sure it can be done in a broadcast channel where you have a single uninterrupted stream that can have all kinds of content coming back-to-back.

So, asking if it's even technically possible, aka if it's technically possible we'll get some boutique HDR10 channel on satellite or cable someday.

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