HDR is a topic we’ve covered in great detail on PVC, and the appeal of the format can be simplified by saying that if 4K is about more pixels, HDR is about better pixels, and that’s a difference audiences have come to recognize. It’s also the reason that VEGAS Pro 16 now offers an end-to-end workflow for High Dynamic Range color. VEGAS Pro users can now deliver HDR content with stunning color and detail along with important metadata. The software is also compatible with professional HDR-capable cameras, monitors, and other hardware.
VEGAS Pro 16 has been re-engineered to support this greater dynamic range, and utilizing these capabilities is a simple process. The video below showcases how to enable HDR support in VEGAS Pro 16, explains how VEGAS Pro can work in a high-fidelity linear float color space, explains what it takes to remove the initial color transform from your source media and how to output your completed timeline edit with HDR.
VEGAS Pro 16 is as easy to use as it is powerful, but the new stabilization and motion-tracking features are just the beginning of the value it is set to unlock for users. To learn more about VEGAS Pro 16, visit their site or try it out for free.