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HDR made easy: Darren Mostyn on the ASUS ProArt PA32UCG monitor

Darren Mostyn.
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Darren Mostyn.

We've been working with a number of professionals and creators on a series of videos about how they are working with the ASUS ProArt PA32UCG monitor. Here's colourist Darren Mostyn as he takes us through seamlessly transitioning between SDR and HDR in DaVinci Resolve.

ASUS asked us to produce a series of videos showing how the ProArt PA32UCG can be used across industries, making everything from grading to games creation easy. The monitor is extremely versatile, and with a 1600nit peak brightness and 1000nit sustained, it meets the criteria for HDR grading for distributors such as Netflix.

In this video, colourist Darren Mostyn takes us through the basics of using the monitor in a colour managed workflow within DaVinci Resolve, and demonstrates how easy it is to switch between SDR and HDR projects for dual project output.

The Wide Gamut colour managed workflow within Resolve has meant dealing with HDR workflows alongside SDR have been greatly simplified, and combined with the easy switching of modes on the ASUS monitor this is a much more streamlined way of working.

Watch the video below, and make sure you check out Darren's YouTube channel for more great tutorial content. Additionally, Darren is doing a giveaway at 7pm (UK) on the 21st December, with prizes including the Elgato Streamdeck XL, DaVinci Resolve Studio licenses, Dehancer plugins, Boris FX, and much more! Find out more about the giveaway here.

Tags: Post & VFX Production