I am skeptical about the dynamic HDR mastering of a lot of these streaming sources. There's nothing that guarantees DV is better than HDR10 in a particular movie/show. I find it very hard to believe that Amazon or Netflix is paying to have somebody master all the scenes of these compatible shows in DV. How do I know that HDR10 static mastering isn't just converted to DV and they call it good? Obviously DV technically is better than HDR10, you can set it per frame, but how do we know that is being done in any of this content?
Now we know licensing has a big part to play in this, so it's very possible (even likely) that Dolby and streamers have a sweet deal for Dolby's mastering tools that help create this content in DV vs doing it as an after thought.
It's just very strange to me how many VUDU movies support DV, that didn't have theatrical DV mastering, and didn't have DV UHD releases. Who is then paying to have this done, and how much attention to detail are they taking when doing it.
Hopefully these DV UHDs show it at it's full potential with the clear advantages vs HDR10 mastering.
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