Playing HDR video on a non-HDR system usually results in "washed out" colors and low contrast.
I read that "PotPlayer" offers a "HDR Correction" feature. However, I also read that the player shows ads. If I understand it correctly it is also possible to install "K-Lite Codec Pack" and then select "madVR" as video renderer in the preferred player. - Is this a good solution? Or maybe it is best to convert the video file before playing it? What's the best way to do it?
And what about quality? Is a "corrected" HDR video on a non-HDR system the same quality as a corresponding SDR video?