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HDR10+ GAMING Plug-in

HDR10+ GAMING Plugin is designed for accurate and automatic HDR game development by using HDR10+ GAMING standard.

  • 지원 플랫폼
  • 지원 엔진 버전
    5.2 - 5.3
  • 다운로드 유형
    엔진 플러그인
    이 제품은 코드 플러그인과 함께 미리 빌드한 바이너리와 언리얼 엔진에 통합되는 모든 소스 코드를 포함하고 있으며 원하시는 엔진 버전에 설치하여 프로젝트에 따라 활성화할 수 있습니다.

HDR (High Dynamic Range) game provides great details in dark and bright areas, higher contrast and wider color compared to SDR(Standard Dynamic Range) game. However, rendering HDR game to a variety of displays could be challenging. Game developers and players have wanted to have accurate and automatic HDR display calibration to enjoy the high quality of HDR game. HDR10+ GAMING provides a certification for devices based on a standard protocol to solve this potential problem and allows true immersive, realistic, and premium HDR game experience for both game developers and players.


Key benefits:

  • Hassle free, automatic HDR display calibration
  • Optimized dynamic HDR game rendering for a variety of displays
  • Low latency
  • Reduction of QA time and resources. Single QA test for all HDR10+ GAMING compatible displays.


Become a HDR10+ GAMING adopter here to learn more about HDR10+ GAMING.

기술적 세부사항

The HDR10+ GAMING Plug-in for Unreal Engine provides dynamic HDR game output at display’s maximum brightness without user manual setup and sets the connected display to the HDR10+ GAMING mode.

Currently, the HDR10+ GAMING Plug-in works with NVIDIA GPU.

The Plug-in is based on UE 5.3.0 and UE 5.2.1. For others, you can build your own based on the source code.

PC:

  • Windows 10 version 1803 or later
  • NVIDIA graphic card that supports PlayReady and has available HDMI port (GeForce RTX and GeForce GTX 16 Series graphics cards and laptops)
  • NVIDIA driver 527.7 or later

Display:

  • Support HDR10+ GAMING
  • HDMI 2.0b or higher

Other:

  • Cable HDMI 2.0b High Speed or HDMI 2.1 Super High Speed.
  • When using laptop, it is important to verify that NVIDIA GPU is in charge of display output.
  • You can find the latest NVIDIA APIs here.


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