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How to make all D-cinelike footage non-HDR look HDR.
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Increase Sat by 20% in Post.
6-18 17:06
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6-19 09:24
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Increase Sat by 20% in Post.


Are you just writing shlte just to get ya DJI credits up there?

Where do you get this info from? HDR is from with regards to better details from darker and brighter areas, saturation alone does NOT do this, that just ups the colour strength

EDIT: I should add that d-cinelike is already getting a lot out of HDR, if you youre on about making your fottage look like the image below (colour wise) then youve probably nailed it lol



6-21 19:25
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Bashy Posted at 6-21 19:25
Are you just writing shlte just to get ya DJI credits up there?

Where do you get this info from? HDR is from with regards to better details from darker and brighter areas, saturation alone does NOT do this, that just ups the colour strength

+20% Sat makes it look like HDR.  Of course, real HDR1000 is the next level next gen s* but it makes it less flat in the colors.
6-21 19:53
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AntDX316 Posted at 6-21 19:53
+20% Sat makes it look like HDR.  Of course, real HDR1000 is the next level next gen s* but it makes it less flat in the colors.

It would be a great deal of help to new people on here if you did not keep posting this crap. You don't know what you are doing at the best of times, and are not qualified to pass on advice.
6-21 20:23
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Geebax Posted at 6-21 20:23
It would be a great deal of help to new people on here if you did not keep posting this crap. You don't know what you are doing at the best of times, and are not qualified to pass on advice.

I have a CRG9 (HDR1000) on a 2080 Ti.  If having 1st hand experience doesn't make the qualification requirements then you are an idiot.
6-21 21:30
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AntDX316 Posted at 6-21 21:30
I have a CRG9 (HDR1000) on a 2080 Ti.  If having 1st hand experience doesn't make the qualification requirements then you are an idiot.

I have a life time of working with cameras, plus a PRX1200 with left-hand 1/34" BSP cranked to 3,500 PSI, and running on 30/30 Methyl Alcohol, together with a GE Mach 2.5 Afterburner. You still have no idea what you are talking about. See you and raise you one.
6-21 22:19
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AntDX316 Posted at 6-21 21:30
I have a CRG9 (HDR1000) on a 2080 Ti.  If having 1st hand experience doesn't make the qualification requirements then you are an idiot.

If you think increasing saturation makes things look like HDR, you don't understand saturation or HDR.
Geebax is correct, very little (if any) of what you post is of any value.
6-21 23:04
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AntDX316 Posted at 6-21 21:30
I have a CRG9 (HDR1000) on a 2080 Ti.  If having 1st hand experience doesn't make the qualification requirements then you are an idiot.

"If having 1st hand experience doesn't make the qualification requirements then you are an idiot."

It doesn't, one would need a qualified, verified person to then decide whether one is competent or not to carry out a task. For example, having first hand experience of doing things incorrectly would not qualify anybody to do anything.
6-22 00:21
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Labroides Posted at 6-21 23:04
If you think increasing saturation makes things look like HDR, you don't understand saturation or HDR.
Geebax is correct, very little (if any) of what you post is of any value.

You both don't know how HDR and non-HDR looks.  It looks more Saturated and if isn't that the contrast ratio is significant where the whites look like you are looking at the sun w/o washing out the entire screen to get it.
6-22 16:28
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AntDX316 Posted at 6-22 16:28
You both don't know how HDR and non-HDR looks.  It looks more Saturated and if isn't that the contrast ratio is significant where the whites look like you are looking at the sun w/o washing out the entire screen to get it.

You don't realise it but with every one of your way too many posts, you just show how incompetent you are and how very limited your photographic understanding is.
6-22 16:50
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Labroides Posted at 6-22 16:50
You don't realise it but with every one of your way too many posts, you just show how incompetent you are and how very limited your photographic understanding is.

I'm learning but I based upon the look and if you can see what we are looking at, you would agree an HDR photo and a non-HDR, one looks more saturated than the other.  I'm no photographic/photography electrical sensor engineer by any means, but as I've said, I go by the look.





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Bashy Posted at 6-21 19:25
Are you just writing shlte just to get ya DJI credits up there?

Where do you get this info from? HDR is from with regards to better details from darker and brighter areas, saturation alone does NOT do this, that just ups the colour strength

D-Cinelike on a non-Pro Mavic 2 is not HDR.  I have an HDR1000 monitor but no-Pro so I can't tell.  You have to enable HDR in Windows first to see HDR but then all the other stuff gets darker in a bad way like you are watching through a DLP Projector TV with a bad bulb in Movie mode (gamma cranked).
6-22 17:04
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AntDX316 Posted at 6-22 16:57
I'm learning but I based upon the look and if you can see what we are looking at, you would agree an HDR photo and a non-HDR, one looks more saturated than the other.  I'm no photographic/photography electrical sensor engineer by any means, but as I've said, I go by the look.
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You've just noticed some HDR images that are overcooked and oversaturated.
But good HDR images don't have to look like they are radioactive.
Look at the images with the snowy mountains or the grey house for examples.
6-22 17:26
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Labroides Posted at 6-22 17:26
You've just noticed some HDR images that are overcooked and oversaturated.
But good HDR images don't have to look like they are radioactive.
Look at the images with the snowy mountains or the grey house for examples.

I had an HDR photo with the Zoom and None of the pictures look like that.  That is Unedited.  In any other mode, it never looks Saturated like that.
6-22 21:30
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AntDX316 Posted at 6-22 21:30
I had an HDR photo with the Zoom and None of the pictures look like that.  That is Unedited.  In any other mode, it never looks Saturated like that.

What does that mean?
You had an HDR photo and none of what pix look like what?
What is unedited?
What never looks saturated like what?

I'm still thinking you need English lessons.
6-23 00:08
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Labroides Posted at 6-23 00:08
What does that mean?
You had an HDR photo and none of what pix look like what?
What is unedited?

I need English lessons from you because you apparently tell everyone that so you must be the best English Professor out of anyone here.

Also, look at this HDR edit I've done.
https://pro2-bar-s3-cdn-cf.mypor ... 1a1f80457eea37ec650
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AntDX316 Posted at 6-23 06:46
I need English lessons from you because you apparently tell everyone that so you must be the best English Professor out of anyone here.

Also, look at this HDR edit I've done.

HDR = high dynamic range.  A software process for converting the full dynamic range of your camera images (usually combing 3 or more images at different exposures) to match the very limited dynamic range of your monitor.  The point of HDR is to display a photo on your computer monitor or printer that emulates the dynamic range of the human eye (from full white to full black) for a more natural look.  Strictly by manipulating the dynamic range.  Increasing color saturation does just that ... simply increases the color intensity of the image, often beyond a natural look to something gawdy, like most of your examples.  HDR and color saturation are two totally different things.  If you do both ... HDR and increase color saturation, you get the over-saturated burned and over-done gawdy HDR photos so many people think looks neat, but far from what the human eye ever sees.  Photos and video from your Phantom should have exposure and color as natural to the scene as possible.  Post processing is to push exposure or color to make up for poor lighting, ND filters, etc. to get it back to a NATURAL look.  Pushing saturation or color hue beyond that just makes for an unnatural photo.  Again, increasing color saturation has nothing to do with the point of HDR.
6-25 15:47
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NM_Quad Posted at 6-25 15:47
HDR = high dynamic range.  A software process for converting the full dynamic range of your camera images (usually combing 3 or more images at different exposures) to match the very limited dynamic range of your monitor.  The point of HDR is to display a photo on your computer monitor or printer that emulates the dynamic range of the human eye (from full white to full black) for a more natural look.  Strictly by manipulating the dynamic range.  Increasing color saturation does just that ... simply increases the color intensity of the image, often beyond a natural look to something gawdy, like most of your examples.  HDR and color saturation are two totally different things.  If you do both ... HDR and increase color saturation, you get the over-saturated burned and over-done gawdy HDR photos so many people think looks neat, but far from what the human eye ever sees.  Photos and video from your Phantom should have exposure and color as natural to the scene as possible.  Post processing is to push exposure or color to make up for poor lighting, ND filters, etc. to get it back to a NATURAL look.  Pushing saturation or color hue beyond that just makes for an unnatural photo.  Again, increasing color saturation has nothing to do with the point of HDR.

yeah, I've found out how to use the PSD HDR function : )

Also, in HDR it increases sat by 20% by default!!  I didn't know this before and I'm telling the truth.
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