Ok, so I have just purchased an HDR10 compatible 3840*2160 Display (4K), and I want to render some videos in Blender to look at in full HDR10 glory on it.
However it's Roku TV based OS has limitations regarding what file formats it can take, the supported file formats and codecs are listed in the image below:
However, in my searches, no one has been able to answer how to output to an HDR video format (TIFF can output to 16-bit RGBA, but TIFF does not work on the TV), everyone has how to input and manipulate HDR content inside of Blender and render that as the background.
Can anyone please figure out how to output to an HDR10 video in of Blender, I know that resolution doesn't really matter, but I specifically want the colors to be of HDR10. (the TV plays 720p HDR10 footage from YouTube just fine, so you do not have to worry about resolution issues)
(And for anyone wondering, the TV model is the TCL 55s401, and its spec sheet can be found here, also if you want to see some actual HDR content that works on this TV, almost all the videos in this zip do run on this TV as well).