For users who want to generate bit-perfect HDR10 patch generation for their HDR10 calibration, using PGenerator which is bit-perfect with RGB output combined with an HD Fury device (for metatadata/avi injection) can be used.
Using the HD Fury GUI, the user has to add to custom HDR10 Metadata (Tick always to send REC.2020 flag):
Custom Metadata (0.005 Black / 1000 nits Peak): 87:01:1a:74:02:00:c2:33:c4:86:4c:1d:b8:0b:d0:84:80 :3e:13:3d:42:40:e8:03:32:00:e8:03:90:01
Custom Metadata (0.005 Black / 4000 nits Peak): 87:01:1a:b0:02:00:c2:33:c4:86:4c:1d:b8:0b:d0:84:80 :3e:13:3d:42:40:a0:0f:32:00:e8:03:90:01
About AVI InfoFrame, use one of the following codes according to the output resolution/frame rate the user will use:
82:02:0D:AE:00:E8:64:10:00:00:00 for 1080p60 RGB (VIC 16 is the decimal code for 1080p60)
82:02:0D:AE:00:E8:64:20:00:00:00 for 1080p24 RGB (VIC 32 is the decimal code for 1080p24)
82:02:0D:AE:00:E8:64:5D:00:00:00 for 2160p24 RGB (VIC 93 is the decimal code for 2160p24)
82:02:0D:AE:00:E8:64:51:00:00:00 for 2160p60 RGB (VIC 97 is the decimal code for 2160p60)
If the user will use any 'shorter AVI code' without header, while the patterns will be HDR10, the gamut readings will be totally wrong with high under-saturation of colors.