v18 -  Comparing HD to 4K HDR
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(2018-07-13, 23:05)brazen1 Wrote: Did you turn HDR on in your display for the port your computer is plugged into?  Quite honestly, every picture you've put up here and in other threads doesn't look HDR at all.

Yes I did turn on HDR in the display for the port of the PC on the TV settings. Now Windows 10 HDR is also on, and as you can see by my System info above my system is 100% HDR compliant. Also the video file itself is HDR as you can see in the MediaInfo above. If you still think all the images don't look HDR, do you have any other clue or idea why?
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#17
(2018-07-13, 23:10)wesk05 Wrote: It looks like these are actually Kodi screenshots. If so, they will never have HDR or BT.2020 color profile.

These are indeed Kodi screenshots, and if they never provide HDR or BT.2020 color profile that's really strange because they look 100% exactly the same as I see them on my TV screen. In that case maybe I really am not getting HDR. The question is why? Sad
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#18
(7 hours ago)Nom1fan Wrote:
(2018-07-13, 23:10)wesk05 Wrote: It looks like these are actually Kodi screenshots. If so, they will never have HDR or BT.2020 color profile.

These are indeed Kodi screenshots, and if they never provide HDR or BT.2020 color profile that's really strange because they look 100% exactly the same as I see them on my TV screen. In that case maybe I really am not getting HDR. The question is why? Sad 
 If you are on Windows, the result is being converted from HDR -> SDR. The color gamut becomes BT.709 and the HDR effect only goes so far as the brightness of your SDR calibration. As has been stated, HDR passthrough is not yet supported, so your TV won't enable HDR mode.
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