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post #6151 of 26790 Old 06-18-2016, 06:15 PM
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I know I am late to the party, but I had my first "Wow" HDR moment today with Mad Max.

I have been trying to hold off watching too much until I get my Atmos gear up and going, but I popped Mad Max in to check some new calibration settings on my TV today.

I was just going to watch a few minutes of it, but ended up watching up until they drive through the storm because I got caught up in it.

The flames from the vehicles and the lightning flashes in the storm were amazing.
"Mad Max" in 4K/HDR and Dolby Atmos Surround Sound will make you happy you invested in your home theater. I wish every experience was of that calibar!
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I have watched several things on amazon in the past and they had the HDR badge and played in HDR. Today I tried to show a friend HDR and nothing on amazon worked. The HDR badge is missing and it does not play in HDR. And I did get the Ultra HD version like always. I tried Netflix and that was OK so I think it is Amazon and not my TV. Can anyone confirm?
I couldn't get HDR on Mad Dogs tonight, but did get it for Bosch, so I think something was up with Amazon.
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I couldn't get HDR on Mad Dogs tonight, but did get it for Bosch, so I think something was up with Amazon.


Same here.. Nothing that used to be tagged as HDR is currently showing/playing in HDR. I checked mad dogs, man in the high castle, coral reef as well as a few others. Netflix is fine though. This would be on a Samsung ks8500 TV
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Any good HDR aquarium content that can be downloaded and looped through usb?

Amazon HDR is playing fine on ef9500.
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When I said "as a 14 year member of AVS Forum I am sure you know how to use the Private Message feature" that was not because I was looking to be contacted by you privately (see PM message below).

Rather, my comments were directed at you not having the courtesy of contacting the thread starter and maintainer of the first post, @ray0414 , regarding this spreadsheet idea of yours.

Further to that, based on your reply, I see you want to continue to maintain the Displays in this spreadsheet according to the list compiled by Scott Wilkinson which, as I pointed out, does not include the HU + SEK Evolution Kit because, as he puts it, it is no longer available in the marketplace even though it has in fact been confirmed by Samsung it does support HDR.

Oh well, in the event this idea of yours does get off the ground and you make the spreadsheet available for "public edits" like you mentioned in your initial post on this thread, the only collaborating I'll be doing is correcting the information by adding the Samsung HU9000 + SEK combination and I am sure many owners of the SEK and other models in the HU series will follow suit.

But, like I said, this particular thread as the title says is all about the Master List of currently available 4K HDR titles that will be updated often, not UHD Displays, not UHD Blu-ray Players and not HDR-capable AVRs that you would also like to incorporate.

Hey, maybe you should start your own thread.

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Thank you for your comments on the 4K HDR spreadsheet. Hopefully, All of these wonderful features (HDR10, DV, UHDP, etc.) will soon be so commonplace that it'll be unnecessary to anyone to track them. The beauty of using GoogleDocs is that anyone can contribute to the information and anyone can download a copy for their own use. I just want to get the format right before letting the world have at it. My previous spreadsheets worked well for a time, but folks eventually made the "main instance" too personal for their own use, which limited its overall effectiveness and value.

In the mean time, I look forward to collaborating with you further on this document. I like your suggestion of link directly to the worksheet of known HDR programming content. I'll have to dig into Google's APIs to see how much of that is possible.

I'm also looking to incorporate HDR-capable AVRs, as I suspect that too is a relatively short list for now. Right now, there's about 55 devices total to go along with 155 titles, so I can keep them in the same document for now. Once a particular device or title becomes hard to find, I'll see if separating the worksheets into individual files while remaining in sync with the source posts from ray0414 and Wilkinson.

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Well heres some aweful news!!

Anton Yelchin who played checkov in both of the new star trek movies died in a freak accident last night when he got pinned between his car and a mailbox!!


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I found out about his death late yesterday afternoon and it is very sad.
Such a young guy and a very talented actor.


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I was watching Star Trek Into Darkness yesterday when I read about Yelchin's untimely death. Such a shame.

Speaking of watching Star Trek Into Darkness, I picked it up along with Star Trek, Independence Day, The Martian Extended, and Ghostbusters. I made the unfortunate decision to check out the Star Trek films first and then popped in Independence Day. ID4 was a complete waste of money in my book. The picture is just too noisy. To the point of distracting. The DTS:X was completely underwhelming after the reference Atmos treat of the Star Trek films. Don't know if I will ever pop the ID4 disk in again. Probably just stick with the BD copy on my NAS for future viewings...
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I was watching Star Trek Into Darkness yesterday when I read about Yelchin's untimely death. Such a shame.

Speaking of watching Star Trek Into Darkness, I picked it up along with Star Trek, Independence Day, The Martian Extended, and Ghostbusters. I made the unfortunate decision to check out the Star Trek films first and then popped in Independence Day. ID4 was a complete waste of money in my book. The picture is just too noisy. To the point of distracting. The DTS:X was completely underwhelming after the reference Atmos treat of the Star Trek films. Don't know if I will ever pop the ID4 disk in again. Probably just stick with the BD copy on my NAS for future viewings...
You should have watched Ghostbusters before ID4. then you wouldn't have thought ID4 was so noisy.
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You should have watched Ghostbusters before ID4. then you wouldn't have thought ID4 was so noisy.
While Ghostbusters is also pretty noisy too, I still felt it was superior to ID4. The overall detail and color of Ghostbusters was better IMO.
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Well heres some aweful news!!

Anton Yelchin who played checkov in both of the new star trek movies died in a freak accident last night when he got pinned between his car and a mailbox!!


http://m.tmz.com/#article/2016/06/19...-yelchin-dead/
So sad and so unfortunate...

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While Ghostbusters is also pretty noisy too, I still felt it was superior to ID4. The overall detail and color of Ghostbusters was better IMO.


Plus you know the grain is from film stock and not digital artifacts etc.

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The Do-Over is now streaming in Dolby Vision on Vizio P-Series
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Dolby told sound and vision that dolby vision discs are coming later this year when sound and vision visited lg for a little hands on with the oled G6



http://www.soundandvision.com/conten...ueTZbg07d1A.97


"Dolby Vision material is currently available only via streaming from sites such as Vudu. According to Dolby, there will be Dolby Vision Ultra HD Blu-ray releases later in the year. As I write this, however, the only UHD Blu-ray player is the Samsung UBD-K8500 (reviewed in our June issue, also available at soundandvision.com), which does not recognize or pass through Dolby Vision bitstreams. This shouldn’t leave early adopters high and dry, though. All UHD Blu-rays offering Dolby Vision must also offer HDR10; no UHD Blu-rays will be mastered in Dolby Vision alone."
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Dolby told sound and vision that dolby vision discs are coming later this year when sound and vision visited lg for a little hands on with the oled G6



http://www.soundandvision.com/conten...ueTZbg07d1A.97


"Dolby Vision material is currently available only via streaming from sites such as Vudu. According to Dolby, there will be Dolby Vision Ultra HD Blu-ray releases later in the year. As I write this, however, the only UHD Blu-ray player is the Samsung UBD-K8500 (reviewed in our June issue, also available at soundandvision.com), which does not recognize or pass through Dolby Vision bitstreams. This shouldn’t leave early adopters high and dry, though. All UHD Blu-rays offering Dolby Vision must also offer HDR10; no UHD Blu-rays will be mastered in Dolby Vision alone."
So in all likelihood the first Dolby Vision player will be the Oppo flagship model in 2017.
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So in all likelihood the first Dolby Vision player will be the Oppo flagship model in 2017.

I was thinking the same thing. The 103 replacement this year will be hdr10 only, followed by the 105 replacement in spring which will be Dolby Vision, and carry that hefty $1300 price tag.
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I was thinking the same thing. The 103 replacement this year will be hdr10 only, followed by the 105 replacement in spring which will be Dolby Vision, and carry that hefty $1300 price tag.
As much as I like Oppo, I wont be spending $1300 on any player for DolbyVision. Many of us don't need analog connections.

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Plus you know the grain is from film stock and not digital artifacts etc.
Absolutely. Doesn't mean I like it. Different film stocks will deliver different levels of grain. Newer generations of film stock are far "clearer". It is unfortunate they could not clean up the image a tad without destroying detail, but I understand the compromise at least.
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Anyone else notice this? I think I'm going to start questioning the ratings/reviews from blu-ray.com from here on out. They gave Independence Day UHD a 5 out of 5 for video quality:

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Anyone else notice this? I think I'm going to start questioning the ratings/reviews from blu-ray.com from here on out. They gave Independence Day UHD a 5 out of 5 for video quality:

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Indepe...151490/#Review
High Def Digest gave the 4k Video quality 4.5 out of 5 stars(or maybe that was the 2K review?). The video quality seemed fine to me. I wouldn't give it 4.5 or 5 stars though. I would think that would be reserved for something like The Revenant.

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Now You See Me 2 4k BD is now up on bestbuy.com, though it cant be preordered yet. hope it looks better than part 1 :P


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HDR10 vs Dolby Vision as tested by HDTVtest, with a major twist at the end!



This is a pretty neat demo they did here. With the pictures, you can click between the variations and the picture changes.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/dolby...1606214303.htm
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HDR10 vs Dolby Vision as tested by HDTVtest, with a major twist at the end!

This is a pretty neat demo they did here. With the pictures, you can click between the variations and the picture changes.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/dolby...1606214303.htm
In almost every case it seemed like the Dolby Vision version was darker than the HDR-10 version as I looked at it. I've tested Dolby Vision now by watching Marco Polo on Netflix and I had to change my calibration settings on my Vizio from "Calibrated Dark" to "Calibrated" because it was just too dark throughout when watching this DV title under the "Calibrated Dark" settings.
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In almost every case it seemed like the Dolby Vision version was darker than the HDR-10 version as I looked at it. I've tested Dolby Vision now by watching Marco Polo on Netflix and I had to change my calibration settings on my Vizio from "Calibrated Dark" to "Calibrated" because it was just too dark throughout when watching this DV title under the "Calibrated Dark" settings.


I have noticed this trend too, through pictures and through everyone elses feedback, that DV is darker. I personally would sacrifice a tiny bit of detail to get a brighter picture. Im not sure if HDR10 changing to dynamic metadata would also make the picture darker too, or it could just make more detail and vibrant colors while keeping the overall brighter picture.

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I would have thought that DolbyVision would have the exacting metadata matched to the TV make, model and capabilities dialed in to match for the users proper HDR default viewing. That is before anyone changes anything to their own individual preferences.

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I have noticed this trend too, through pictures and through everyone elses feedback, that DV is darker. I personally would sacrifice a tiny bit of detail to get a brighter picture. Im not sure if HDR10 changing to dynamic metadata would also make the picture darker too, or it could just make more detail and vibrant colors while keeping the overall brighter picture.
Does it look darker because the Peak Luminance of Dolby Vision is 10,000 nits?
While the peak Luminance of HDR10 is 4,000 nits.

At least that is the Luminance info posted at the hdtvtest review

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HDR10 vs Dolby Vision as tested by HDTVtest, with a major twist at the end!



This is a pretty neat demo they did here. With the pictures, you can click between the variations and the picture changes.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/dolby...1606214303.htm
They lost me a bit early on with this quote: "[With HDR10] bright highlights were frequently blown out." Eh? Then somethings not right with your settings, mr. reviewers, and your entire comparison is probably off. Not to mention picture processing differences between the TV's media player and the BD player (a point eluded to by them adjusting the player's contrast.)

Overall, to me, reading this article still lacks the fundamental issue with HDR calibration - "what is proper picture reference?" Each of those DV/HDR10 pictures has strengths and weaknesses to my eyes (for what good a 600x338 JPG is going to show me, haha), and other than personal preference, I don't really know what's "right."
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They lost me a bit early on with this quote: "[With HDR10] bright highlights were frequently blown out." Eh? Then somethings not right with your settings, mr. reviewers, and your entire comparison is probably off. Not to mention picture processing differences between the TV's media player and the BD player (a point eluded to by them adjusting the player's contrast.)

Overall, to me, reading this article still lacks the fundamental issue with HDR calibration - "what is proper picture reference?" Each of those DV/HDR10 pictures has strengths and weaknesses to my eyes (for what good a 600x338 JPG is going to show me, haha), and other than personal preference, I don't really know what's "right."
Before I comment I want it noted that I have never watched PAN. Now that that's out of the way I have not seen any HDR highlights blown out when it couldn't be fixed in my settings. For example, dynamic contrast on and there is some loss of detail around highlights and such. Off and no loss of detail at all but you do lose a slight bit of the vibrancy that comes with dynamic contrast. I have tried it both ways and find turning it off to be preferable in order to retain the details. Maybe they were experiencing something similar in the settings on the LG TV. Also I seem to remember a few complaints about PAN on UHD Blu-Ray, that it had a poor picture until you went in and messed with settings on the TV. Many other movies looked fine to them if I remember correctly. I don't remember if it was black crush or what. It was a while back(when the movie first released) so I doubt I could find it now. Anyhow, if that is the case and there is something wrong with the encode on the disc then I wouldn't use it for comparison. It's possible that the same issues don't show up on the DV encode, or are even made worse. I guess what I'm saying there is that I wish we could get a 5 star UHD Blu-Ray compared in HDR10 vs the DV version. Then we wouldn't second guess it as much. It's too bad something like The Revenant, Star Trek, or something on that level can't be compared.
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They lost me a bit early on with this quote: "[With HDR10] bright highlights were frequently blown out." Eh? Then somethings not right with your settings, mr. reviewers, and your entire comparison is probably off.

The point Vincent is making, is that the oleds aren't properly displaying hdr10 but the ks9800 is. The oled is clipping details. Supposedly lg is going to fix this, but who knows.
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