Open source ambient lighting implementation for television sets based on the video and audio streams analysis for Windows, macOS and Linux (x86 and Raspberry Pi). Includes real-time HDR tone mapping and multi-threading for better performance. (by awawa-dev)

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  • Got Hyperion up & running!
    1 project | reddit.com/r/homeassistant | 16 Feb 2021
    I spent a lot of time looking into this. Didn't want to lose HRD to implement Hyperion. I found the HyperHDR fork. Which will convert HRD signal to SDR and works really well out of the box. only thing I had to update was to turn the brightness down in the capture settings. Found a HDMI splitter on Amazon that handles CEC pass through. I lost Dolby Vision, because I couldn't find a splitter that will downgrade dolby vision to 1080p for the capture card. But I had to be honest with myself, I can't tell the difference between Dolby Vision and HDR 10+. Now I have an ambient light solution that allows me to keep HDR without dropping big bucks on something like HD Fury. Very Happy, works with HA still too.


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