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. Dolby Vision debuted in high-end 4K TV sets in 2015. For the difference between Dolby Vision and HDR10, see HDR. See LCD and LED.
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Also released in selected cinemas in stunning Dolby Vision.
NYSE:DLB) and MediaTek have collaborated to offer Dolby Vision 4K UHD system-on-a-chip (SoC) technologies for high-dynamic-range (HDR) TVs, Ultra HD Blu-ray players, and digital media adapters (DMAs).
By upgrading quantum dot, Dolby Vision HDR and curved surface technologies innovatively, the QLED2.
are pleased to announce that Christie will co-develop, supply, install, and service proprietary Dolby Vision projection systems for Dolby Cinema, a branded premium cinema offering for exhibitors and moviegoers that delivers the total cinema experience.
Mr Motomura said Toshiba had investigated Dolby Vision and believed
7 ( ANI ): With the TV manufacturers aiming solely at compelling consumers to buy a new television set, Dolby Vision is reportedly aiming at something big- revolutionizing the TV industry.
Dolby Laboratories has launched Dolby Vision, a new imaging technology that helps content creators and television manufacturers deliver brightness, colours, and contrast by augmenting ultra HD (UHD) and HD video signals.
With enhanced reproduction of luminance, Dolby Vision creates a new level of high contrast range with true-to-life intensity, more accurately reproducing the nuances in every picture.
SIM2 Prototype LCD with Dolby Vision Displayed at CES
It also supports Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Cinema, enhanced encrypted/unencrypted DCP mastering in 2K, 4K, 3D and at High Frame Rates, KDM generation, extreme-performance InterOp to SMPTE DCP transwrapping, IMF App2E and BCP7, robust closed-caption and subtitle language support, plus burn-ins and invisible, forensic watermarking from Civolution NexGuard, along with validation and PDF QC reporting.
Dolby Vision combines high brightness with enhanced contrast to deliver picture quality that virtually matches real-world visual perception of depth, detail, and color.