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

  1. K1558649247528 Eclair May 28, 2019

    K1558649247528, May 28, 2019 :
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    mine doesnt have that option
    ntcs is the same, i doubt it
     

  2. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    Ok I did some further testing with that same file again (The Meg in HDR10 20Mbps)...

    The issue was Night Mode.

    You probably should try changing between DCI-P3 and AMOLED Wide Gamut to see what best optimizes your viewing experience. I think on Netflix and Amazon Prime I would try AMOLED Wide Gamut and for my Plex files dci-p3
     

  3. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    OP 7 Pro? In what country are you? I'm not sure what that is..perhaps an acronym more common in your country
     

  4. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    No. Natural should work. If you must switch it manually, DCI-P3 is the correct colorspace for most HDR content. Be sure to have Night mode and such off, and no word on the effect of DC dimming yet
     

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  5. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    I found DC Dimming doesn't affect HDR. For me it was just night mode.
     

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  6. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    NTSC is a US Standard that NO device adheres to. Your next software update will change NTSC to Amoled Wide (basically running balls-out)
     

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  7. K1558649247528 Eclair May 28, 2019

    K1558649247528, May 28, 2019 :


    mattyelle1

    OP 7 Pro? In what country are you? I'm not sure what that is..perhaps an acronym more common in your country​


    US
    yes is the 7 pro

    but ill try the first option,
    bump up the brightness to max when playing hdr?
     

  8. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    Your phone doesn't support Dolby Vision! You can't just turn on a higher range color gamut and expect it to be Dolby Vision. There is whole other data stream that compliments the HDR10 info that you don't have access to.

    Wanna beg Oneplus to license Dolby Vision? I have it on my TV and it does look better than plain HDR.
     

  9. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    Set phone to Natural and it will auto-change for you to whatever is correct for the current content being displayed. Set brightness to whatever is comfortable to you, but the higher brightness gives you a wider range
     

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  10. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    Yes max. I find it makes a difference in both dark and bright areas
     

  11. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    Your right, for OP 7 Pro...is HDR10+ only DCI-P3 as well?

    I'm sure your aware but just in case...DV content will play down as HDR10 on any display without certification from Dolby. No OP will never pay for DV...that's why they are onboard with Samsung for HDR10+ who also don't like paying for it.
     

  12. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    Yep. The DV stream is an extra file stream that adds to the existing HDR10 stream. The rec.2020 could be done by plain HDR, but the cinemas are using DCI-p3 so thats generally what you get for all 3.

    HDR10 has a single metadata for the TV to optimize the color. It handles up to 1000nits, 10 bit color.

    HDR10+ allows frame by frame metadata so that you can optimize per scene. Plus, It goes to 4000nits

    DV is 12 bit color and up to 10000 nits, also dynamic metadata.
     

  13. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    DV is overkill since no display available on the market can show 10,000 NITs and Rec.2020....not even close. I think about 3,000 NITs and not even half of rec.2020. HDR10 was a little lacking due to 1,000 NIT max...so HDR10+ makes sense...companies likely to get onboard with time to kill DV
     

  14. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    The scene by scene metadata was the biggest difference until HDR10+, and DV still has 12 bits per subpixel over 10. That's about 64 times the number of colors! Not that I could see it, but I do like my DV Blurays [e]1f603[/e]
     

  15. K1558649247528 Eclair May 28, 2019

    K1558649247528, May 28, 2019 :
    thats why i didnt pick it.

    i try natural, the HDR went away. i try NTCS, it seems to be working better than p3 and natural
     

  16. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    NTSC is just an old TV Standard. I've not had a problem with Natural not switching ... maybe after your next update? DCI-P3 is what movies are recorded in now.
     

  17. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    Pal is your TV a 12-bit panel?? I mean common there is no display on consumer market in 12-bit...thanks to 10-bit display over past few years we now have wide colour gamuts. Your wasting your money on DV blurays. They play down to 10-bit colour spaces
     

  18. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    Actually there is more support for DV than HDR10+. In fact, I don't know that my TV supports HDR10+, only DV and HDR10. The scene based optimizations do make a difference. And I've yet to see a movie that had an HDR10+ version available at a cheaper price than the DV version

    Seriously, most HDR discs have DV
     

  19. K1558649247528 Eclair May 28, 2019

    K1558649247528, May 28, 2019 :
    wait, isn't hdr10+ from Samsung and dolby is from dolby?
    is like a battle ground to standardize one

    honestly I like the one that is free
     

  20. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    That's true meta data helps. More details in both dark and bright scenes...but you don't really need meta data if you have an OLED...which can't produce much over 1,000 NITs. It can play all shades of colours at a fixed range