High Dynamic Range (HDR) is considered one of the most important technological trends in the television, film and cinema sector. HDR provides greater colour depth and brightness range of the captured images. Thanks to HDR, image reproduction is even more realistic.
Quite a few consider the quality leap from SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) to HDR to be one of the most significant improvements in motion display in recent decades, alongside the increase in resolution. Therefore, HDR is also one of the most frequently advertised features of new TV sets. On the consumer side, various formats such as HDR10, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision compete with each other.
In the following article, you will learn what the technical features of HDR and Dolby Vision in particular are, what advantages Dolby Vision offers and what else you as a filmmaker should know in this environment. Magenta TV from Wiesbaden is an expert in HDR post-production and your partner in editing, mastering and color grading of HDR film material.
High Dynamic Range will revolutionize the picture quality and movie experience in TV and film
In the field of dynamic formats, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision are currently competing with each other
You can already stream content with HDR and Dolby Vision or enjoy it via Blu-ray
There are several signs that Dolby Vision will be able to prevail over the competing format
It opens up enormous creative possibilities for directors, producers and film studios
With Dolby Vision, filmmakers are deciding on a powerful and future-proof format
Magenta TV in Wiesbaden is the first Dolby Vision-certified post-production company in Germany to offer you an efficient and future-proof workflow, providing film production according to the ideas of producers and directors in the best possible way.