i have an HDR file but Infuse reconise it DV file.
i’m in Infuse Pro Version: 7.6.4599
High Efficiency Video Coding
Format profile :
Main 10@L5.1 @High
HDR format :
Dolby Vision, Version 1.0, dvhe.08.06, BL+RPU, HDR10 compatible / SMPTE ST 2094 App 4, Version 1, HDR10+ Profile B compatible
Codec ID :
3 h 12 min
Bit rate :
8 075 kb/s
3 840 pixels
Display aspect ratio :
Frame rate mode :
Frame rate :
23.976 (24000/1001) FPS
Color space :
Chroma subsampling :
4:2:0 (Type 2)
Stream size :
10.9 GiB (58%)
Color range :
Color primaries :
Transfer characteristics :
Matrix coefficients :
Mastering display color primaries :
Mastering display luminance
min: 0.0050 cd/m2, max: 1000 cd/m2
This is a Dolby Vision file, as its info says.
Infuse plays it as HDR, which is a normal fallback, but still an issue.
There are ways to transform this into a file Infuse can read as DV in this thread: Dolby Vision Profile 7 & 8 support (.ts/.mkv files) - #1224 by Hitsville
i don’t think it play in HDR… in my screen it’s seem to be in DV…
So it’s a DV file that plays in DV.
It’s not a DV file but an HDR…
The file description you posted says “HDR format :
Dolby Vision, Version 1.0, dvhe.08.06, BL+RPU, HDR10 compatible / SMPTE ST 2094 App 4, Version 1, HDR10+ Profile B compatible”.
Which means it’s a Dolby Vision (DV) profile 8 file.
It’s also HDR10 and HDR10+ compatible.
This may be confusing, because HDR is often used to describe HDR10 (my LG TV for example displays a “HDR” logo when playing HDR10).
HDR means “High Dynamic Range” - there are several HDR formats:
-HDR10 the most common
-HDR10+ which is an extension of HDR10
-Dolby Vision, which has many profiles, some of which allowing fallback to HDR10 for non-DV players
-HLG which plays as HDR on compliant players and SDR on old or non compliant players
So your file is a DV profile 8 video, which is one flavor of HDR indeed.
Yep, it’s a DV file, it’s even in the filename.
Oh thank you for informations !
i will wait compatibility so…