Originally Posted by GregCh
All DolbyVision titles are built on top of the HDR10 stream. So all the new projectors that support HDR10 will work with DolbyVision. You won't be able to playback true DolbyVision as it is not supported in projectors but you will be able to play in HDR10 mode not SDR mode. At least that is the way that it has been working for every DolbyVision title I have encountered both Blu-ray and Streaming.
By the way, I predict DolbyVision will never come to projectors. The reason being is because by the time Dolby gets around to developing a reasonable standard for home projectors, they will be obsoleted by microled larger screen displays like Samsungs "The Wall" and Sony's CrystalLED. Being emissive displays they will blow away all projector specs, you will be able to get them in large sizes over 120" diagonals for reasonable prices, and they will have oled like blacks along with LED like brightness.
Useless for people like who care more about the audio side of things. I run AT screen now and wouldn't have it any other way. I hope for super bright 8k laser projectors.
Room| Treated | Sound| Front: Ino Audio i32s, Center: Ino Audio i16s, Surrounds: 6 x Ino a2, 6 x Ino a1, Subs: 6 x Ino Infra-Y|
Picture | Epson TW9300, Seymour Center Stage UF 130.4" retractable 2.35:1 |
Electronics | Arcam AVR390(Dirac Live), 3x Ncore nc400 monoblocks, Emotiva XPA-2 Gen2, EP4000, Panasonic UB700, Allo Katana + Isolator 1.2(Roon bridge/DAC), ATV 4K |