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harshy6,177 posts since 24 Mar 2001
Thought todays BT Premier League match
in 4K looked alittle dark on my TV, effect of being produced in HDR?, SKY's 4K match looked fine
Yep, an HDR production with some downmapping near the end of the chain. Tonight's Super Cup is the same.

Meanwhile, anyone up for some UHD Bundesliga?

There was a HDR and an SDR feed for the Supercap with a broadcast receiver.
thegeek4,933 posts since 1 Jan 2002
London London
Thought todays BT Premier League match
in 4K looked alittle dark on my TV, effect of being produced in HDR?, SKY's 4K match looked fine
Yep, an HDR production with some downmapping near the end of the chain. Tonight's Super Cup is the same.

Meanwhile, anyone up for some UHD Bundesliga?

There was a HDR and an SDR feed for the Supercap with a broadcast receiver.

I believe the UHD SDR (and HD SDR) feeds were all derived from the same UHD HDR OB.
noggin14,378 posts since 26 Jun 2001
p, an HDR production with some downmapping near the end of the chain. Tonight's Super Cup is the same.

Meanwhile, anyone up for some UHD Bundesliga?

There was a HDR and an SDR feed for the Supercap with a broadcast receiver.

I believe the UHD SDR (and HD SDR) feeds were all derived from the same UHD HDR OB.


I guess the question is whether it was produced in a single HDR variant and the SDR version tone mapped from it, or whether the SDR version was a simulcut (where the SDR output from the CCUs/BPUs are cut in sync with the HDR outputs - avoiding a tone map process).

However I think (though I may be wrong) that Sony BPUs only do one UHD output (so you can have UHD HDR and HD SDR simultaneous outputs, but not UHD HDR and UHD SDR?)