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High Dynamic Range for mobile: HDR Premium, Dolby Vision, and more

In my previous blog on HDR and enhancing the effect of 4K, we had discussed the traits of High Dynamic Range being designed to accommodate a greater range of contrast in a video content. HDR allows images with high contrast to be displayed with much greater clarity and more details in the shadows and highlights. …

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Amazon Prime Video available in HDR10+ on Samsung TVs

Samsung TVs support HDR10 format as well as the superior version of it, HDR10+. The company has announced that Amazon Prime Video will stream in HDR10+ on QLED and standard 4K TVs starting 13th December. The streaming service shall now be able to offer its catalog of 100+ TV shows, movies, and originals in HDR10+. …

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World’s first IPTV set-top box with Dolby Vision HDR support released

Huawei and Dolby Laboratories announced the world’s first set-top box for Internet Protocol television (IPTV) with support for Dolby Vision high-dynamic-range (HDR) technology. The Huawei Q22 set-top box will transform the TV experience by delivering greater brightness and contrast. Giles Baker, Senior Vice President, Consumer Entertainment Group, Dolby Laboratories, said “It is exciting to see …

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Why HDR is a bigger breakthrough than 4K.

Of late, 4K has been the big thing in display technology. It refers to the pixel count that a television display can accommodate. 4K = 3840 X 2160 pixels It essentially represents 3840 horizontal pixels running across 2160 vertical pixels. In market terms, it’s referred to as 2160p. A few years ago, the world went …

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YouTube will now Stream HDR Video

YouTube has finally started streaming High Dynamic Range (HDR) video. Google has announced that it will now enable viewers with HDR TV and monitors to enjoy YouTube content with increased clarity, color range and better contrast. Although 4K has been available on YouTube for quite some time now, it has waited on incorporating HDR. Google worked with …

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4 million HDR TVs to be shipped this year

According to a recent IHS Markit study, High Dynamic Range (HDR) TV units to be shipped in numbers are 4 million and this is expected to grow at more than 30 million by 2020. The research predicted that almost all of the 112 million 4K TVs shipped worldwide will be HDR compatible. However the research also stated that …

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