The group behind "HDR10 +" has switched up a gear and announced that upcoming Panasonic and Samsung TVs for 2018 HDR10 + Will have. The 20th Century Fox member company will also begin coding the upcoming movies with the technology.
While some think it's "too little, too late" for HDR10 + to noticeably affect the dominance of Dolby Vision in the HDR sphere, has some industry strengths behind it ̵
It has been confirmed that certain 4K TVs from Samsung and Panasonic will soon offer HDR10 + support and offer what the former describes as custom-made HDR performance that is specific to the TV's capabilities – ie the adjustment of brightness and brightness Color levels on a frame-by-frame basis is possible.
Regarding the finer details of what TV HDR10 + supports, both manufacturers say the majority of their respective 2018 lines – if (19659005) The main difference between normal HDR10 and HDR10 + and Dolby Vision is that the latter two use dynamic (and unfixed) metadata precoded in scenes. Although the Dolby standard supports super bright televisions and offers a color depth of up to 12 bits (instead of 10), the cost is a major factor in the thrust of HDR10 +, a paid alternative (though there is a management fee) the substantial cost of the Support for Dolby Vision.
That's all well and good, what you can say, but what about actual content? The HDR10 + group says, "20th Century Fox is committed to adding HDR10 + to its upcoming new release … and plans to announce availability in the coming weeks" – check out this site for more updates from Warner Bros Capabilities of these upcoming televisions.