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HDR explained (courtesy of Sound & Vision)

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Old 02-14-2019, 08:53 PM   #1  
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Check out this brilliant article by Kris Deering, published by Sound and Vision.




My experience covering home video extends back to the early days of DVD. But of all the new technologies and formats I've covered in that time, none has generated as much confusion as high dynamic range (HDR). In this article, I will attempt to demystify the subject of HDR, a technology that I find to be the most significant development to hit home video in years.
https://www.soundandvision.com/conte...PQqxgvSwG1S.01
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Interesting piece.Easy to understand. I like the fact that HDR10 has a static metadata where DV is frame by frame metadata. I have not seen Dolby vision vs HDR10 or HDR10+ except in Best buy .But of course they never put a TV with HDR10 next to a TV with Dolby Vision ( on purpose) so if you have DV, is there a huge difference between the two. I would think DV is better with it's frame by frame metadata ,but you know how technology works , meaning the hype is always bigger then the actual technology. A good example for me is Dolby Atmos. The demo discs are awesome and the technology works. But the way Hollywood mixes movies ,not so great.
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