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Hello all,

I had done grading of a regional feature film, now they have given it for OTT platforms, and they are asking for a dolby vision version of it.

if someone can tell me the proper workflow to obtain proper result in davinci resolve 16..

thanks

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A big resume. You need to get a certification by Dolby in order to get a Dolby Vision license for your facility. You need a grade 1 HDR Monitor like, Sony x300, Sony X310, Flanders Xm310k or Canon DP-V3120 in order to be able monitor PQ curve gamma and P3 or Rec2020 color space, Once you have you HDR versión you going to need to make a trim pass version of the Rec1886 display master transfer función. You going to extract a .xml of the metadata of the trim pass versión and apply this xml to the Dolby Vision IMF package in a proper system as cortex, trankoder or DVS Clipster.

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Thanks for the information,

Dolby said you don't need licence if only want L1 metadata and mostly it takes care. But if needed to trim pass then required licence and we can work with I- CMU built in resolve for dolby vision analysis and delivery.  Only thing I don't have is HDR monitor, but I inquired and lucky me, I can get it on rent. I already have FSI SDR monitor so I can output 2 signals HDR and SDR from Resolve with my decklink and work accordingly.

Am I correct on this one?

thanks for all the information Oscar.

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