Earlier this week, Huawei launched the Mate 50 series which comes with excellent camera technologies as well as excellent software support. The range also supports HDR Vivid video recording and recently the Huawei Petal Clip app has also added support for this video format to its support library.

Recently, Petal Clip added support for HDR Vivid video format, which will allow Huawei Mate 50 series users to edit and create videos of this file format immediately.

What is HDR Vivid:

HDR Vivid provides highly accurate dynamic range mapping for display devices, adding dynamic metadata, maximizing the original effects of HDR sources.

AI-powered features:

Shooting backgrounds with different styles is also an important part of personalized short videos. Petal Clip’s new portrait cutout function can accurately identify one or more portraits in the video with just one click and change the shooting scene in seconds.

Without the need to edit frame by frame, the editing effect of rapid portrait and object segmentation is achieved, so that the main character of the video is no longer limited to the lens, but jumps off the canvas.

Huawei Petal Clip HDR Vivid

“Dubbing is the soul of a movie”, beautiful subtitles and dubbing can greatly enhance the appeal and expressiveness of the video. Petal Clip’s text reading function can automatically convert subtitle text to voice, perform AI simulation of real voice, support a variety of timbre choices such as friendly female voice, sunny male voice , cute child’s voice, etc. dubbing team” for the creation of short videos.

As Huawei’s official video editing software, Petal Clip supports HDR Vivid high-dynamic video technology for the first time, and the image texture and editing experience are completely upgraded. In the future, more AI gameplay will be brought to users, so stay tuned.

HDR and SDR:

That’s not all, Huawei has also added support for HDR and SDR format hybrid editing support. Users can import these file formats directly into the editor to start editing.

HDR videos display higher contrast with more colors than standard digital video. Viewers can watch HDR videos on compatible mobile devices.

On the other hand, SDR, or Standard Dynamic Range, is the current standard for video and cinema displays. Unfortunately, it’s limited by its ability to represent only a fraction of the dynamic range that HDR is capable of.

So, there you have it, Petal Clip latest version will be available for download on AppGallery.

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