RedShark News‘ David Shapton talks of his firsthand experience viewing the Dolby Vision HDR video system at NAB.
He writes, “Dolby Vision, in case you haven’t come across it, is, we think, the biggest development in video for the last decade. It has a massively increased dynamic range – brighter highlights and darker blacks – all facilitated by a 12 bit encoding system wrapped in metadata that allows devices to decode the video to their best ability. So ‘ordinary’ TVs can show video with a conventional dynamic range, and HDR screens can show Dolby Vision video to the fullest extent of their ability.”
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