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Old 11th November 2018, 07:00   #11  |  Link
steelfatboy
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Originally Posted by Revan654 View Post
It means it adds the remaining Metadata for HDR10 to be fully up to Spec to the latest HDR10 standards.

If the HDR10 is missing your missing something in the basic Encoding settings in x265. My guess is the no-open-gop.

FYI 4K != HDR.
Thanks for the info! Yes the original mkv has HDR10 tag, so it's not just a 4K file. I'm using --strict-gop option, would that be the same? Or is the issue that I'm using nvenc h.265 rather than regular x265? My nvidia card encodes very fast and the quality is great with the right settings.
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