Originally Posted by pbz06
Originally Posted by priitv8
How come I do not see much difference? I would even say one needs to specifically look for differences, they are not strikingly obvious. Are you sure, your picture settings are the same for both modes (HDR10 and Dolby Vision). I have them equal, save for the brightness, to compensate for the well known drop in brightness in DoVi mode on Sony sets.
PS when you use the IINA player to look at the Dolby Vision enhancement layer on the bluray rips, you can see, that on many discs it contains only fixed full frame for the full feature duration, so they are practlically also just static. As with Dolby Atmos, a lot comes down to the mixing and mastering.
Yea I agree. Although I don't have the Z9D anymore, there's no way I could agree with anybody that HDR10 is less punchy/contrasty than DV. If anything, most would say it's the opposite. But in my experience they are almost identical enough where it didn't matter.
And yes, most DV content is fixed with an enhancement layer on it. Very few are end to end full dynamic metadata...so beware of confirmation bias when people see obvious differences.
Why did you get rid of your Z9D??
Sony 75Z9D (5.2.4) Samsung 65JS9500
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NAD 758, Anthem MCA-5
Apple TV 4K, Nvidea Shield. Mac Mini (2018). Samsung UHD BluRay and X-Box One X. 14 Sonos