• Safi Bello

HDR10+ is coming to new Samsung and Panasonic TVs, but good luck finding content

Ars Technica ----------- Certain Panasonic and Samsung TVs just became some of the first to support the new HDR10+ HDR standard thanks to a new firmware update. The update was rolled out to "select 2018 television models," according to a press release that was sent out Tuesday. HDR10+ was developed by HDR10+ Technologies—a joint venture by 20th Century Fox, Panasonic, and Samsung—to offer an improvement to the existing HDR10 standard and compete directly with Dolby Vision. Like Dolby Vision, HDR10+ allows content creators to include dynamic metadata in each frame rather than simply applying the same approach to every frame in the scene. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

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