How to Enable HDR10+ video recording on Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus

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How to Enable HDR10+ video recording on Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus

Videos recorded on the Galaxy S10 range are HDR10+ enabled with Dynamic Tone Mapping. You can turn on the HDR10+ Video option in the Camera app settings:

  • Open Camera App
  • In camera app on top left corner go to Settings
  • Now you will see Advanced Recording Options
  • Now the second option is HDR10+ video
  • Tab to enable it.

What is HDR 10+

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and this term is used across a variety of features of Samsung products. Samsung phones and tablets have a HDR mode built into the Camera app that refers to capturing a larger range of light in a single image (compared to non-HDR imagery).

Content produced and certified as HDR10+ will look better and have more accurate colour depiction than it does on any non HDR10+ enabled display, including TVs. Amazon Prime video and Youtube are content producers that regularly distribute videos in the HDR10+ format – but it’s an open format, so the availability of HDR10+ content will continue to grow!

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