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Old 22nd March 2019, 11:40   #23441  |  Link
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Is it normal that I have "Unsupported" under "LAV Video Decoder" on DS/MF Decoder tab?
Yes. I'm not sure what it tries to read there, but it works regardless.
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Old 22nd March 2019, 11:41   #23442  |  Link
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Ok, so this info has to be inside stream headers, not container.
In case of ProRes and DNxHR it's (except master display info). They have private headers flagging inside as well.
If you can provide example files, I could take a look. In theory there already are some mechanisms to transport this data, since I added it for HDR WebM Files, which only have it in the container data as well, but it needs to be implemented for every container specifically, unfortunately.
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Old 22nd March 2019, 14:08   #23443  |  Link
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In all cases you have the same container flagging (ProRes also has correct private frames headers flagging, but DNxHR/Cineform not). Best to relay on MOV flagging. In this case: colr, clli and mdcv tags. Those fully describe HDR content.
DNxHR also stores range info in ACLR tag. ProRes has no range info as it should be rather always limited range (although you can make full range file as well). Cineform has no known range flagging either.

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https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Dm...3Pni2cSGvTQ1hq

Values for different standards HDR10, HLG etc are the same as for h265. Mediainfo has support for all those tags.

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Was schannel used before gnutls, but dropped due to onging problems with ffmpeg?

mbedtls serves me well in ffmpeg, but I suppose you got good reasons for gnutls.
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