Linux's slow HDR adoption

I've heard several people talk about how HDR, isn't worth it, not enough monitors actually handle it well, etc..

This seems like a really terrible attitude about supporting new technologies. Linux has historically supported bleeding edge hardware, why this blind spot? I'm sure there are tons of professional video editors and color graders that would love to no https://nox.tips/ t be forced to use Apple or Windows.

Black Magic Design has developed DaVinci Resolve to work on windows, Mac and Linux. Currently the only way to play back HDR content would be to get a separate pcie playback card from Black Magic Design. Why should they need a separate card when the current GPU's can handle HDR playback? https://xender.vip/

The linux development community has been great for the sciences and networking, but has really failed at being viable for working professionals.

Also I would prefer to use Linux for content playback too. I can't because I actually watch HDR content on capable HDR monitors too, and it's simply not an option on linux.

Normally I complain about Linux developers being excessive unapologetic neophiles, doing a really terrible job at backwards compatibility between kernel revisions.

But now I have the opposite complaint, linux ui development has been dragging their ass at adopting video standards laid out almost 10 years ago with Rec 2020 and BT.2020. This is really sad. Windows rolled out HDR support 3 almost 4 years ago, beating apple even.

What's up UI DEVS?
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