Win 11 Auto hdr and fake hdr shader

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3 months 1 week ago #1 by ponzio
Win 11 Auto hdr and fake hdr shader was created by ponzio
hello everyone
i ve recently installed win 11.
as one of main feature, HDR is now enabled by default from os.
does it conflict or overrider fake HDR?
should fake hdr always be disabled in this case?
thank you

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1 month 3 days ago #2 by aaronth07
Replied by aaronth07 on topic Win 11 Auto hdr and fake hdr shader
Fake HDR is just a contrast filter, it has nothing to do with real HDR. Since AutoHDR works with an SDR output, Reshade shaders that aren't normally HDR compatible should still work.

As for whether you should disable or not, well, I personally think the fake HDR shader looks like trash. There are much better contrast shaders out there. But that is just my opinion.

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2 weeks 6 days ago #3 by JMaq81
Replied by JMaq81 on topic Win 11 Auto hdr and fake hdr shader
You can stream a video clip applying Fake HDR on a ReShade capable Media Player Classic (mod) MPC-HC.1.9.17.x64 (Github release)...And add a vibrance or tone map shader to get a good result (Windows HDR enabled). SDR clip on HDR monitor may not be as accurate as a real HDR footage, but it is satisfying to my eyes IMO.

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