Originally Posted by allendsup23
I noticed that but somehow I don't know why but these shows looks too much dark. I was expecting clear and bright picture in HDR but does not look like it. If I enable dynamic contrast then it is bright but then it defeats the purpose of HDR.
people please search the thread.. but since I'm such a helpful guy, here you go :
these shows are dark because the director intended to do so... these are the darker side of Marvel not the teletubbies with poppin colors.
that's not what hdr is about.. its about extra detail, whiter whites, blacker blacks, wider color range ( which does not mean popping colors, but a wider range so colors can look more realistic.
offcourse we love poppin colors, thats why the demos and some fluffy movies have those oversaturated colors, because it's what people react too..
not what its about though.. those hdr/4k demos screww up people's expectations of hdr.. but if you want popping bright colors, check all the hdr demos from Samsung, lg, sony etc.
Originally Posted by Jtyettis
Xbox One S and the Amazon app. The app had an update last week which gave it 4K and HDR capability which I can definitly tell it has been udpated and 4K output no problem. My question is with the HDR unlike when watching something on Netflix I see the HDR notification but not on the Amazon app. Amazon does have HDR10 for some of their shows correct? Like The Man in the High Castle?
HDR notification isn't on the tv apps.. unless the developer added it to the app. I think it's only on hdmi devices.
in the Amazon TV app, you can press the center button of your smart remote, it will then show resolution and an HDR notification if its an hdr enabled show.
netflix your probably watching through other hardware.
here in the Netherlands we only have The Grand Tour in 4k HDR, all other Amazon shows are HD only.
hopefully they do something about it soon.
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