Originally Posted by thomasfxlt
Let’s not confuse resolution and dynamic range. HD or 4k/UHD is resolution. HDR is High Dynamic Range at it’s not embedded in the resolution of a video file. It’s metadata and it can work with an HD file or UHD file. In the case of HDR10, we set the parameter manually on the ATV and the file displays inside that range and color space. In the case of DV, we set it manually as well, but the metadata varies dynamic range on a scene by scene basis inside the color space.
The HD files I’ve referenced are all recognized by iTunes as 4k files and no option for me to purchase or upgrade is available. I’ll observe on a case by case basis tonite precisely what’s happening with each.
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Hi Thomas. When I select HDR in settings the picture is quite dark. Is there a work around for this or is just as it’s supposed to be.
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