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Hi all guys, for several weeks I have been doing a lot of tests to capture hdmi inside my pc, process it with madvr / potplayer and then go out with the hdmi of my graphics card towards the vpr ...

First I bought the Elgato 4k60 HDR, it would work fine, but unfortunately it does the tone mapping of the hdr, but madvr does not see it and therefore cannot process it, too bad. If any of you know how to disable tone mapping on Elgato 4k60 please tell me so I will be able to sleep at night again.

Then I bought the BMD DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K, this one on the contrary does not perform the tone mapping but passes the hdr signal in a strange way that madvr / potplayer / mpc-hc do not see it .. I am attaching a screenshot where you can see the writing below "250 nits Rec 2020" so hdr passes, but does not arrive ...

Anyone have experience with this type of cards? If we could get it to work it could become very similar to a Madvr Envy ..

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Hi all guys, for several weeks I have been doing a lot of tests to capture hdmi inside my pc, process it with madvr / potplayer and then go out with the hdmi of my graphics card towards the vpr ...

First I bought the Elgato 4k60 HDR, it would work fine, but unfortunately it does the tone mapping of the hdr, but madvr does not see it and therefore cannot process it, too bad. If any of you know how to disable tone mapping on Elgato 4k60 please tell me so I will be able to sleep at night again.

Then I bought the BMD DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K, this one on the contrary does not perform the tone mapping but passes the hdr signal in a strange way that madvr / potplayer / mpc-hc do not see it .. I am attaching a screenshot where you can see the writing below "250 nits Rec 2020" so hdr passes, but does not arrive ...

Anyone have experience with this type of cards? If we could get it to work it could become very similar to a Madvr Envy ..

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Could you have the Elgato record in HDR instead of viewing in real time, then playback using a player that supports MadVR?

Elgato 4K Capture Utility 1.6 added the ability to record HDR video when using the Elgato Game Capture 4K60 Pro MK.2.
These are the requirements to record HDR video:
• An NVIDIA GTX 1050 GPU or newer
• An Elgato Game Capture 4K60 Pro (Mark 2, 2019) capture device
Elgato 4K Capture Utility 1.6 or newer
• A source such as a game console that outputs HDR10 video

In the settings of the Elgato 4K Capture Utility, check the box “Enable HDR recording”.
When the input signal is HDR, recordings will be made in HDR in the HEVC format.
When the input signal is not HDR, videos will be recorded in the H.264 format.
 
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