157

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

  1. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    Yes, HDR+ is free, DV has more advanced capabilities for the future while also being older and more established.

    Bluray and Netflix have lots of DV content. Amazon is jumping on the hdr10+ ride
     

  2. elanglois Lollipop May 28, 2019

    elanglois, May 28, 2019 :
    all hdr is metadata. HDR10 does it for the whole movie while 10+ can do scene by scene like Dolby Vision. Its more accurate and looks a lot nicer. It has nothing to do with how bright the screen gets.
     

  3. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    Yes it does. The brighter the screen gets, the wider the dynamic range available. Why do you think companies are pushing boundaries of how bright a TV can get? That's why Samsung is pushing AMOLED panels towards being brighter...although your contrast is theoretically infinity on OLED, if your display can only do 600 NITs then that's the maximum brightness an explosion for example can get. Not very realistic. but if the TV goes to 2,000 NITs that brightness popping against a dim background is going to seem realistic. It's one of the elements left to making displays realistic. Yes details in dark scenes and high contrast areas help alot, but extreme brights make the most difference.
     

  4. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    Let's put it this way. We will never achieve rec.2020 if we stick to 600 NIT TVs. To fill rec.2020 (closest colour space to real life) we need colours to get brighter. So a sun glaring down on a green car will reflect bright greens and whites like in real life. Or water waves under the sun will look real, not dim.
     

  5. mattyelle1 Froyo May 28, 2019

    mattyelle1, May 28, 2019 :
    That's why the Dolby Vision standard requires 12-bit colour space, for all those colours going up to 10,000 NITs...which fills rec.2020 ...that's what Dolby Vision is basically....a standard to achieve rec.2020. That's done with 12-bit 10,000 NIT displays. Currently best TVs are 10-bit 3,000 NITs....we've got ways to go to achieve rec.2020 on the display side of things. Cameras and production are just way more advanced.
     

  6. zhuxiaokun Cupcake Jul 1, 2019

  7. zhuxiaokun Cupcake Jul 1, 2019

  8. Itsjerrytime Cupcake Jul 2, 2019


  9. Christopher Doherty Gingerbread Jul 18, 2019

    Christopher Doherty, Jul 18, 2019 :
    did you get any new updates? I'm still on 9.5.8 and I think 9.5.10 has been out for awhile now
     

  10. mattyelle1 Froyo Jul 18, 2019

    mattyelle1, Jul 18, 2019 :


    Christopher Doherty

    did you get any new updates? I'm still on 9.5.8 and I think 9.5.10 has been out for awhile now​


    I'm on 9.5.9 ...10 is getting out now. Call OnePlus, I had that issue with my Sony TV...it failed so new TV doesn't have issue anymore. Sony was telling us with that issue to install updates ourselves with a USB key....pfff
     

  11. N1563493652405 Cupcake Jul 19, 2019

    N1563493652405, Jul 19, 2019 :
    @limpieza a domicilio en San Sebastián de los Reyes
     

  12. Christopher Doherty Gingerbread Jul 20, 2019

    Christopher Doherty, Jul 20, 2019 :
    wow that's annoying. how's the phone been otherwise?