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    Now comes HDR10+ that is an open source and will compete against dolby vision.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVnAQel0R3M

    Interesting times!
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    So weird that we have all of these standards. I don't quite understand everything. There's the REC 709 and REC 2020 color spaces. Are these different HDR technologies using REC 2020 spec, or are they their own color space?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Montville View Post
    So weird that we have all of these standards. I don't quite understand everything. There's the REC 709 and REC 2020 color spaces. Are these different HDR technologies using REC 2020 spec, or are they their own color space?
    They are using BT.2020.

    Some notes about HDR10+. It is not frame accurate like Dolby. There is latency. Dolby is 12-bit while HDR10 is 10-bit. PQ was designed for 12-bit.
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    This is exactly why I'm staying away from UHDTVs and have a stockpile of HDTVs in storage. It won't be until 2020 that things could be "stable and locked-down", in regards to HDMI 2.X and HDR.
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    They actually came up with HDR10+ back in April:

    https://www.theverge.com/circuitbrea...ision-metadata

    It's just a way to avoid paying Dolby the $4 per set royalty they wanted for the patent licensing. It's basically the same thing, but not as sophisticated.

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Montville View Post
    So weird that we have all of these standards. I don't quite understand everything. There's the REC 709 and REC 2020 color spaces. Are these different HDR technologies using REC 2020 spec, or are they their own color space?
    Don't forget Rec2100:

    https://www.itu.int/dms_pubrec/itu-r...6-I!!PDF-E.pdf

    Things are changing very quickly in the world of HDR. I just figure, eh, buy what's state of the art now, but plan on tossing the set out in 2-3 years.
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