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Just when you thought you'd gotten the whole high dynamic range thing figured out, here comes a whole new format. HDR is the latest enhancement to make it to televisions, streaming devices and your favorite TV shows and movies. The good news is that it can deliver the best picture quality available in home video today.
The bad news? It comes in multiple formats, adding one more potential point of confusion to the already overwhelming TV buying process. Metadata is additional info, beyond the video signal itself, that gets transmitted along with an HDR movie or TV show.
It basically tells the TV how to show the high dynamic range content. They're like secret Ikea instructions that turn your Billy bookcase into a library. This single, static set says, "OK, when this show says jump, this is how high. If a movie, say, has a wide variety of scenes, this single piece of metadata might not allow for the best image. It's a little hard to tell from this graphic, but if you notice the frames on the right show different levels of brightness in the sky. This is just an example, using a standard dynamic range image on your standard dynamic range screen.
With HDR10's static metadata, a single setting is used, a compromise that has to cover the darkest and brightest scenes. This allows for fine-tuning how the HDR looks not for the entire movie, but all the way down to per-scene or even a per-frame basis. Most content probably won't go that far, but this extra level of control lets filmmakers decide exactly how everything shot in a movie should look on your TV.
Potentially, this could mean better picture quality over vanilla HDR Now a movie can give a TV instructions on how high to jump essentially on a continuous basis. Very bossy. Similar names, totally unrelated. Well, they both have to do with HDR, but otherwise, not the same. That's definitely the reason, though I'm sure they also just want HDR to succeed, too.
With the HDR10 ecosystem being a bit like the wild wild west, adding another layer of complexity could create additional problems. Impossible to say. Most likely it will come down to the specific transfers, content and so on. Dolby's ace in the hole is, and will be, its hands-on involvement with the TVs themselves. A manufacturer pays Dolby not just for the ability decode Dolby Vision content.
Dolby will also show them how to make their TV look as good as possible with said DV content. You may have noticed in the quote above mention of a "certification. They told CNET it will be a "quality-based certification and logo program for devices. This could be similar to what Dolby does, or it could be as simple as "yep, that's an image.
Lastly, the question you've probably wanted to ask this whole time: Will your TV work with it? Maybe yes, maybe no. Once again, Samsung:. We are evaluating options for displays. LG has Dolby Vision, and it's not like they jump at things created by Samsung. Other companies, we shall see. I wouldn't count on it, but I suppose it's possible.
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Just when you thought you'd gotten the whole high dynamic range thing figured out, here comes a whole new format. HDR is the latest enhancement to make it to televisions, streaming devices and your favorite TV shows and movies. The good news is that it can deliver the best picture quality available in home video today. The bad news? It comes in multiple formats, adding one more potential point of confusion to the already overwhelming TV buying process.