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HDR

The HDR (Highly Dynamic Range) function mainly targets semi-professionals or professionals whose devices support HDR. HDR materials shot by users or obtained from other channels can be edited, previewed, and exported in Filmora.

Key Functional Features

  • HDR displays a more comprehensive range of brightness from the darkest to the brightest.
  • It accommodates more brightness, shadow detail, and saturation for a more natural and realistic display without compromising tones in bright or dark areas.
  • You can switch to HDR export when the current device meets the GPU acceleration conditions, and the encoding is H264/HEVC.

Color Space

Project Settings
  • Click File > Project Settings (Or click F12) to set project parameters. Then, click the Color Space drop-down menu option to select the HDR parameter value. The default value is SDR - Rec.709.
Project Settings on Mac
Project Settings on Mac
Export Color Space
  • On the Export interface, click SETTINGS. When the Export Color Space is always on, the current device has enabled GPU acceleration (GPU acceleration in the preferences), and the recent video encoding is H264/HEVC.
Export Color Space on Mac
Export Color Space on Mac

Functional Limitations and Reminders

Timeline Rendering: After rendering in HDR state, the player preview video clarity will be reduced.

GPU Support: Enable GPU acceleration for preview, rendering, and export. Filmora has a corresponding pop-up reminder on it.

Export Speed: The export speed of HDR video is about 4 times slower than that of SDR video.

Device Support: If your device does not support or does not turn on HDR, Filmora will prompt a pop-up window and remind you that the preview function of HDR is limited to the case that the device supports and HDR is on.