PUBG is my favorite game. I’m currently playing it everyday. But today, I’m going to talk about something different. I was thinking of trying new things and experimenting with game settings so that I can have a better experience in the game. So today, let’s talk about how does HDR look on PUBG
What is HDR?
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. It is a method of photography and imaging that uses a wider dynamic range of luminosity values than standard digital imaging or photographic techniques.
HDR extends the range of both contrast and color to produce greater each one, which produces more natural and realistic images by allowing you to see a broader range of lighting than you would be able to see in real life. This means that you can show the full value of highlights (bright areas), midtones (middle tones), and shadows (dark areas) in your scene without losing detail—even if there’s a lot going on at once!
Enable HDR in PUBG game
- How to enable HDR in PUBG game
- How to enable HDR on your monitor
- How to enable HDR on your graphics card
- How to enable HDR on your game console
- How to enable HDR on your TV
Try to shoot an HDR screenshot
- Take a screenshot in PUBG with HDR enabled.
- Open the screenshot and go to the [HDR] tab on the bottom right, and then click “Save”.
- Your screenshot will be saved as an .hdr file, but you can also save it as a .jpg or .png file format if you prefer that instead of .hdr format
How does HDR look?
HDR improves the contrast of the image. This makes the colors in an HDR picture look more vivid, vibrant and realistic. When you play PUBG with HDR enabled, you will notice that the game looks more detailed and realistic compared to when it is played without HDR.
It also makes your screen appear brighter so that you can see things clearly even if you are playing in darker places like underground tunnels or at night time. In addition to this, it also enhances color vibrancy which means that every part of your display is enhanced by HDR technology so even if there are bright areas on your screen they will still be visible despite being very bright areas because they have high contrast ratios between light and dark parts of an image which makes them easier for us humans eyes to distinguish between specific colors so we can tell what they represent (e.g., blue sky).
Configure the in-game HDR settings
Now that you have the right equipment and are playing on an HDR-compatible TV, it’s time to configure the in-game HDR settings.
In the game settings, set HDR to “On.”
Try different brightness and saturation values until you find your sweet spot. You may want to start with a brightness setting of around 30% and raise or lower it from there as needed.
Try playing with HDR on your favorite game, if you can!
HDR is a relatively new technology, and it’s one that can greatly improve the color depth and contrast of your display. If you’ve never played a game with HDR enabled before, it’s definitely worth trying out on some of your favorite games! The best way to do this is by opening up your video options in whatever game you’re playing, then clicking on “HDR” under rendering options.
If you have any questions about HDR or anything else related to gaming, feel free to let me know in the comments below!
I hope you enjoyed today’s post about playing PUBG with HDR! It was a fun challenge to test the HDR capabilities of this game and I think it adds a whole new dimension to how you experience the game. If you want more information about the advantages of using HDR in your games, check out my blog: www.hdrgames.com