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Originally Posted by Big Brad
It’s been confirmed that the HDR is faked, meaning it is SDR in an HDR “container” so to speak. You’re better off disabling HDR since you gain absolutely zero benefit, unless you count washing out the picture a benefit. Haha.
Mine looks good, but that might have something to do with my JVC RS4500K with a Paladin DCR lens and a Lumagen Radiance Pro doing my video processing and tone mapping.
But, I can still tell that Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has a much better dynamic range. You could tell this from the beginning when dialing in HDR. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey allows you to adjust the Luminance and the White Balance, where in RDR2, you only have one setting for HDR.
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