After a long time I have here a new tutorial for you. And on a topic that I really enjoy!
After I got myself an absolutely great HDR-capable OLED laptop, I thought that it would be of particular interest for many to get to know the workflow I use to grade 6K 50p BRAW footage to HDR here. And surprisingly, this now works quite well on this high-end laptop, and the device still inspires me, as it is deliberately intended for creative people. Unbelievable, but I hardly miss my desktop system at home in Vienna - which is also quite good, no question. The OLED display is absolutely essential for grading to HDR, and many people now understand that.
Discussion on the OLED laptop (in German): https://www.videotreffpunkt.com/videotreffpunkt/index.php?thread/23759-proart-studiobook-16-oled-h7600-erlebnisen-mit-hdr-grading/&pageNo=1
Although I have already reported s.anderer first experiences in some NLE, but of course that does not go into the details. Hence the very detailed workflow, including practical tips on how to actually grade the material.
Vegas Pro 20 has definitely come of age when it comes to grading in the Color Grading Portal. With all kinds of log material, and even with the 6K BRAW. The BRAW workflow is still a bit bumpy, but if you know the various problem areas and bugs, you can grade BRAW material quite well under Vegas Pro 20.
This is about knowledge and a publication that, to my knowledge, has only been insufficiently available on the Internet so far. And I actually did a pretty thorough search here. For capacity reasons, Magix has no longer even publishes a comprehensive manual for Vegas Pro 19 and Pro 20 - the changes are documented in their own supplementary letters. So I'm a little proud to be able to present it here.
The tutorial goes back to a suggestion from Vegas-VideoUser to publish it here in German. In addition to my form, the video meeting point of course.
The translation was possible by using Google translations - and I am impressed by the quality of the translation in the tutorial
So have fun with this HDR workflow!