Part 1: Introduction and series overview
Learn about the design of the tutorial series and what to expect.
Part 2: Dolby Vision quickstart guide
Learn how to get quickly started working in Dolby Vision® — from HDR grading to delivery.
Part 3: HDR and Dolby Vision essentials
Explore essential terms and vocabulary in the Dolby Vision workflow.
Part 4: Hardware and software requirements
Learn about the correct hardware and system configurations for Dolby Vision grading.
Part 5: Project setup fundamentals
Learn about common color management and video settings you’ll need to get started.
Part 6: Internal CMU setup
Explore the advantages of using the Dolby Vision internal CMU.
Part 7: External CMU setup
Learn how to set up the Dolby Vision external CMU if required.
Part 8: Source footage and HDR grading workflows
Learn about key source footage considerations and explore essential HDR grading workflows.
Part 9: After the HDR grade – footage analysis and trims
Learn how to analyze HDR footage and perform an optional target trim pass to generate L2 or L8 metadata.
Part 10: Delivery
Explore the various delivery options after your Dolby Vision grade is finished.
Part 11: Quality control
Learn essential quality control procedures including metadata validation, tone-mapped outputs, and HDMI tunneling.
Part 12: Conclusion and additional resources
Discover additional resources to continue your Dolby Vision and HDR education.