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When will movies make HDR the standard when shooting?

What I mean is if you look at an HDR demo video on YouTube it’s vastly more impressive than any movie out, it feels like we are still a ways off until HDR is taken into consideration rather than something that’s added later as an after thought.
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I've heard Vincent, RTINGS and Quantum say there's no standard for showing HDR in current TVs.

What exactly do they mean by that? Does it have to do with custom tone mapping of each manufacturer/model?

Maybe this would help?

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.ph...&id=1547140035

The second new calibration feature is customizable HDR tone-mapping, which allows the user to adjust the roll off points for content mastered at 1000, 4000, and 10,000 nits, respectively. This will give users more control over how the TV renders HDR video content.
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