Exactly. If DoviBker can build HDR10 frames, just waiting for players which use that system to deliver those frames to the display, not needing to reencode.
Don’t think no one is working on something like that.
Will the ne dv version ever exist? Or do we have to go from ne to ng?
my device uses ne
thank you so much
Sure, Homatics support Amlogic-ne.
Hi ! What about “hybrid” videos containing both HDR10 and DV in one file. Would it be possible to select HDR 10 from Kodi settings? (Vim 4 (Kodi 21 beta 2))
You can disable Dolby Vision in Coreelec settings.
If there’s no DV there’s nothing to disable. VIM4: doesn’t have DV capabilities so it should fallback to HDR when available
So it would automatically switch to HDR 10? Interesting. I thought that wasn’t the case. So I don’t really understand why I have very/too dark HDR films.
“Dolby Vision, Version 1.0, dvhe.08.06, BL+RPU, HDR10 compatible / SMPTE ST 2086, HDR10 compatible”
The HDR activates well, but it’s as if the tone mapping was not good. While HDR10+ sources are bright, but not DV and hybrid source.
DV outside the locked doors of Netflix &others its a pale attempt - my 2cents. I had to tune my LG oled for days and read many forums and still not satisfied with hdr in DV - too dark for my taste. But that’s me and other maybe be ok with dark stuff.
It’s probably related to the devices running DV material. I use (cheep) Firestick 4K stick for streaming and reproduction of all sorts DV files connected to LG Oled TV. With once calibrated LG TV I never had any problem with too dark, too bright picture, or with washed out color or oversaturated colors with ANY good quality DV material, streaming or local.
The same perfect quality is with my UHD BD player, playing UHD DV Blu-Rays discs or playing files from my SSD disc connected to it via USB.
The same perfect picture quality I get from TV’s internal player playing files from my SSD via USB; never have the need to do any corrections to my picture setup.