The first is Dolby Vision (Dolby Vision), Dolby came out top in the cinema technology, here only to talk about home TV. Currently, VIZIO, LG, Philips and TCL are among the television brands that adopt this standard. Video content providers such as Sony, Warner Bros., Universal and MGM are undoubtedly the most market-leading standards of the time.
However, Dolby Vision is a paid video standard, and received not low, so Samsung will uniteAmazonIntroduced the HDR10 + standard, which is an improvement on the current HDR10 open standard. According to Samsung's description, the HDR10 + is based on the same "dynamic metadata" frame-by-frame optimization as Dolby technology and has reached about the same level as Dolby.
And because the HDR10 + is an open standard, other TV manufacturers are free to use, meaning Dolby is somewhat different from iOS and Android.
However, the HDR10 + still lacks some Dolby vision features on television, especially its 12-bit color range and maximum 10,000 nits brightness. In addition, Dolby Vision is compatible with older HDMI 1.4a standards, while HDR10 + requires HDMI 2.0.
Latest news, Warner Bros., which originally signed a cooperation agreement with Dolby, announced that it will officially join the HDR10 + Alliance led by Samsung using the HDR10 + standard so that there are four high-quality videos under the HDR10 + standard: Samsung, Fox, Panasonic and Warner Content providers.
Dolby and HDR10 + battle this year will only intensify, I do not know will not have more companies to join the HDR10 + standard.