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  1. Is there any reason to have a 4K HEVC encode in 10-Bit whilst using a REC.709 colorspace?
    - I was under the impression you needed REC.2020 to get 10-bit HDR

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  2. Not all 4K video is HDR. So yes, there are times when you want to use 10 bit rec.709.
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  3. Originally Posted by snadge View Post
    Is there any reason to have a 4K HEVC encode in 10-Bit whilst using a REC.709 colorspace?
    - I was under the impression you needed REC.2020 to get 10-bit HDR

    thanks
    Decent broadcast/studio equipment use 10 bit (8.2) format since ITU-R BT.601/BT.656 (almost 40 years!)
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