HDR Konverter is like a Swiss Army knife for video conditioning. converting RAW video and RGB pictures to a wide variety of output formats. It can convert HDR to SDR and vice versa.
Functions include correcting white balance, correcting wrong combinations of chroma-coordinates and RGB-YUV transform matrix, and tuning the look and feel of video to meet the needs of the target environment.
Windows, macOS, Linux
Typical pre-defined use cases are in the conversion tool are HDR <-> SDR conversions:
SDR (sRGB, BT.601, BT.709, BT.2020, etc.) <-> HDR (HLG, PQ, S-Log3, etc.). The processing modes are fully customizable, enabling the SDK to perform these key functions:
- Correcting white balance.
- Correcting wrong combinations of chroma-coordinates and RGB-YUV transform matrix. A typical example would be converting from BT.601 to BT.709 while applying only the YUV-YUV transform matrix, keeping BT.601 chroma primaries unchanged).
- Tuning the look and feel of the output video to meet the needs of the target environment.
HDR Konverter is available as a command line app and SDK for Windows, macOS and Linux.