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    • Jason NLC
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    My client want a 4k HDR video that I can post on youtube.  Youtube has these requirements for HDR:

    It basically says this:

    2160p, 59.94, Color primaries - Rec. 2020


    Color matrix - Rec. 2020 non-constant luminance

    EOTF - PQ or HLG (Rec. 2100)

    Video bitrate - H264 66-85 Mbps

    Container:  MOV H264 10 bit or MP4 DNxHR HQX


    It mentions using resolve with these settings (but nothing for Avid):

  • Go to Project Settings and choose the "Color Management" pane.
  • Choose DaVinci Resolve YRGB Color Managed as the Color Science.
  • Choose either Rec.2100 ST2084, or Rec.2100 HLG as the Output Color Space.
  • Export using the QuickTime container with a supported codec.
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    The footage is Slog 3, UHD, 59.94.  Shot with the Sony FS7.


    I found these slog 3 to HDR luts:


    Does anyone know the step by step process to pull this off in AVID?  I played around with a UHD 59.94 project, but a SERIOUS ERROR occurred when I tried to output a file and the scope was not in NITS, so I don't think I was doing it right.  Is there a tutorial anywhere???

    I have the latest version of AVID and a consumer LG HDR TV.






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  • Sat, Jan 13 2018 1:51 AM In reply to

    • Marty McLean
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    Lock off your cut in Avid, then import your original media and AAF into Resolve to colour grade and make HDR adjustments.

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