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  1. Scott Merryfield

    Press Release Studios and Manufacturers announce HDR10+ Technology

    HDMI 2.1 is mainly for 8K video, and ATSC 3.0 is for over the air broadcasting. Neither of those uses will likely affect the vast majority of consumers for many years, if ever. Many displays, including my Vizio 4K with HDR-10 and Dolby Vision support, do not even have a built in Ota tuner...
  2. Scott Merryfield

    Press Release Studios and Manufacturers announce HDR10+ Technology

    ...and don't forget that early DVD players did not support DTS audio output, either. As for DIVX, I remember my next door neighbor knocking on my door and proudly informing me he had purchased a DVD player after watching a film at our home the night before. My smile turned to a frown when he...
  3. Scott Merryfield

    Press Release Studios and Manufacturers announce HDR10+ Technology

    During the BD era, the same thing happened with sloppy early transfers. I think we have all purchased multiple versions of the same film on BD, just as we did on DVD. While I understand why people are upset, as someone who invested in 4K technology in 2017 this announcement doesn't bother me...
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