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Display Deep Dive Pt.2 - OnePlus 7 Pro Supports HDR 10+

  1. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 26, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 26, 2019 :
    Did you try Amazon Prime yet??
     

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  2. Michelin18
    Eclair May 26, 2019

    Michelin18 , May 26, 2019 :
    i try it last night, i bump the brightness to max before playing a movie (that has HDR) on Netflix, it seems to be working
    i can ve wrong though
     

  3. Michelin18
    Eclair May 26, 2019

    Michelin18 , May 26, 2019 :
    last night i try it on netflix . under search i typed hrd. it showed me a few movies and series.
    i bump the brightness to max and then then pay it.

    it looks like is working. even one of the movies has a nice opening after the Netflix ta da that is a display of arrays of colors.
    even on YouTube that has HDR content it was playing under HDR.
    but I'm not sure if is working at 100%
     

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  4. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 26, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 26, 2019 :
    In my case it's definately not playing properly to say the least. Since we likely have the same OS software I doubt it would be any different. Have you viewed proper HDR previously?

    I'll try and follow up with examples comparing sane files playing back on my TV vs OP 7 Pro. But in those 2 pictures I shared you can clearly see it's not HDR in dark scenes.
     

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  5. Michelin18
    Eclair May 26, 2019

    Michelin18 , May 26, 2019 :
    yes i have watch proper HDR i have a Samsung monitor.
    with screenshots is hard to tell, i doubt the screenshot would capture all of the brightness.

    have you try maxing out the brightness when playing HDR content?
     

  6. Michelin18
    Eclair May 26, 2019


  7. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 26, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 26, 2019 :
    Yes I've tried maxing brightness. Actually your Samsung monitor likely can't truly play HDR properly...your talking about a PC monitor? I know of no Samsung monitors which are OLED or have local dimming with brightness near 1,000 NITs but perhaps it's newer and I'm out of the loop
     

  8. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 26, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 26, 2019 :


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    which shows have HDR?​


    A few but I know Jack Ryan looks pretty good in HDR on my x900f....both bright lights/explosions and details in dark areas/scenes
     

  9. Michelin18
    Eclair May 26, 2019

    Michelin18 , May 26, 2019 :
    well the monitor doesnt have 1000 nits but it does have local dimming
     

  10. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 26, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 26, 2019 :
    Oh in that case it's prob ok. How many dimming zones? and how bright does it get? Under 800 NITs you won't notice much difference in bright scenes over SDR
     

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  11. Michelin18
    Eclair May 26, 2019

    Michelin18 , May 26, 2019 :
    it has 8
    600 nits ( so close to those 800nits)

    my simpleton eyes see the difference though
     

  12. Michelin18
    Eclair May 26, 2019

    Michelin18 , May 26, 2019 :
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    I think that screenshot shows it.
    it kind of looks like in the monitor

    thanks now i now, when i want to buy one of them non sense 4k tvs (there is not 4k content)
    i know what to get
    amole
     

  13. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 27, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 27, 2019 :
    8 zones is not enough to enable that display to show abrupt changes in brightness (HDR) properly. The OP 7 Pro with OLED (1440×3120=4.5 million zones), rec.2020 colour space coverage and peak brightness of around 800 NITs should be night and day compared to your LED 8 dimming zone Samsung with peak of 600 NITs.

    An example is car headlights at night. With OLED that headlight will be 800 NITs while the darkness around it will be under 5 NITs. On your panel it will likely be around 400 NITs with darkness around it around 50-70 NITs. That's pretty close to SDR (non-HDR footage).

    My point stays...OP 7 Pro is NOT displaying HDR content in HDR.
     

  14. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 27, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 27, 2019 :
    QLED is arguably better if it has enough dimming zones (100+) because the LEDs can reach peaks of 2-3,000 NITs. Darks won't be as great as OLED, but bright highlights are better.
     

  15. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 27, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 27, 2019 :
    It might be Plex...because my media will not direct play to a 1440p display if in 4k. Netflix does this correctly it can play in any resolution and maintain HDR so I'll do a test with Netflix and return with my results.
     

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  16. Michelin18
    Eclair May 27, 2019

    Michelin18 , May 27, 2019 :
    how do you test?
     

  17. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 27, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 27, 2019 :
    I'll compare challenging frames on OP 7 Pro vs x900f Sony TV for dark scenes & high contrast.
     

  18. Michelin18
    Eclair May 27, 2019

    Michelin18 , May 27, 2019 :
    how are the results so far
     

  19. mattyelle1
    Gingerbread May 27, 2019

    mattyelle1 , May 27, 2019 :
    I'm in bed lol. I'll go watch some Netflix, find frames I'll be comparing on TV...likely tom
     

  20. elanglois
    Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois , May 28, 2019 :
    Amoled gets pure black but can strain to show very dim areas. Quantum dot won't do pure black but VERY close and can get MUCH brighter. Try both