Dolby HDR


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Dolby HDR

(Dolby High-Dynamic Range) A family of high-contrast LED backlight technologies for LCD TVs from Dolby Laboratories.

Dolby Contrast
Introduced in 2008, Dolby Contrast is an LED backlight technology that uses local dimming to increase the dynamic range between the brightest and darkest pixels of the image. See LED TV.

Dolby Vision
Dolby Vision offers a dynamic range of 4,000 nits and beyond; however, additional data must be incorporated into the signal. Debuting in high-end 4K TV sets in 2015, Dolby Vision supports 12-bit color for a total of 68 billion colors. See 12-bit color, HDR and LED TV.
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Also at CeBIT, Dolby will feature technologies that enhance the audio and video entertainment experience in the home, including Dolby HDR imaging technologies, Dolby Volume, and Dolby TrueHD.
Dolby HDR Technologies and Dolby Volume Enhance Sight and Sound to Deliver the Next Level of Entertainment Experiences
With Dolby HDR technologies, you see how the contrast and brightness of images displayed on LCD TVs with locally dimmed, light-emitting diode backlighting can virtually match real-world visual perceptions of depth and detail.