I have read this article DISCUSS: Rec. 2100 HLG HDR workflow - Adobe Support Community - 11122932 and the workflow seems simple. The issue arises when I want to exort clips that will play on my LG OLED tv which dos not understand .mxf files (or prorez). https://webostv.developer.lge.com/discover/specifications/supported-media-formats/webos-60/
Youtube videos with HLG seems to play back fine on the TV and I assume youtube transcodes into h.264 or h.265. Which settings out of media encoder will give me a HLG encoded file while keping hardware acceleration ?
Any tips would be great.
Did you try the ProRes exports?
I have, samsung does not support prorez playback.
>want to exort clips that will play on my LG OLED tv
You start by reading the LG manual to find out what your TV requires
Thank you for this perl of wisdom.
Did you ever get this figured out? I'm having a similar issue with export settings for my HLG3 HDR footage to playback properly on my Sony HDR TV.
Nope, have not recieved any support from Adobe, not sure if anyone from there actually reads the boards.
These boards are primarily user to user with some staffer oversight and occasional participation.
How are you getting the file into the TV? Computer connected, USB stick, what?
The HDR capabilities of PrPro are rather new and have come in somewhat spotty as this or that seemed to be workable. While I expect it will change over the next year or so, the vast majority of pro colorists have still not done a full HDR job. Those of us trying to get our 'feet wet' in this are pushing the limits of what the app can do currently. So it's a bit confusing what to do.
I have been using a USB stick and also a media server to get files onto the TV. I have managed to get an HDR file to the TV but it is the variety that media encoder does not have any acceleration for. I was getting a two day render time for a very modest length file.
I'm a 3-D artist for my day job and have a fairly powerful machine. The render times I was getting were not workable for anything practical.