Interested in maintaining High Dynamic Range video as you edit? Ripple Training discusses HDR workflow in Final Cut Pro 10.4 for MacBreak Studio.
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....While Final Cut Pro introduced Wide Gamut support last year, which is part of the Rec. 2020 specification, that expanded the color gamut but did not support expanded brightness levels. With HDR support, we now can have both wide color gamut and brighter colors as well.
An HDR workflow requires both an HDR monitor as well as the AJA io 4K or 4K Plus to be able to send the HDR signal over HDMI to that monitor. These additional pieces of hardware are not inexpensive but we should see prices continue to fall, just as we have with HD monitoring equipment......[continue reading]