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. Dolby Vision supported by Panasonic TV

. HDR10+ compatible UHD Blu-ray discs released by Disney Japan
http://twitter.com/UltraHDBluray/st...60152504033280

. HDR10+ & Dolby Vision compatible UHD Blu-ray disc released by Lionsgate
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. Dolby Vision supported by Panasonic TV



. HDR10+ compatible UHD Blu-ray discs released by Disney Japan

http://twitter.com/UltraHDBluray/st...60152504033280



. HDR10+ & Dolby Vision compatible UHD Blu-ray disc released by Lionsgate
Dolby has always said that a war does not exist. The idea of a war, was pushed by some media sites.

If there is a war, that war is between the display manufacturers. Sony and LG, will hold out until, Paramount, Universal, and Disney announce they have joined.

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The takeaway for me is that the only brand supporting Dolby Vision, HDR10+ and VP9 is the one I otherwise know the least about, Panasonic. Maybe that is the most important thing to know about any of them.

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Panasonic OLED TVs are the winners of the last two HDTVTest (2017 / 2018) TV shootouts organised by the famous Vincent Teoh.
http://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.ph...&id=1502773165
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http://www.displaydaily.com/paid-ne...18-tv-shootout







And the new Panasonic GZ2000 OLED TV is very promising.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnarc.../#156a276c4637

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According to Vincent Teoh, the Sony Z9G/ZG9 will also support HDR10+: it will be an operationally Universal HDR TV supporting all currently operational HDR formats, i.e. HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision & HDR10+.

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Dolby has always said that a war does not exist. The idea of a war, was pushed by some media sites.

If there is a war, that war is between the display manufacturers. Sony and LG, will hold out until, Paramount, Universal, and Disney announce they have joined.
So Samdung will continue to stay entrenched? I hope they continue to lose their asses at breakneck speeds in the premium realm.
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HDR Format War Update

HDR Format War Update: CES Introduces Major New Developments

"Panasonic’s GZ2000 has underlined my long-held hope that TV manufacturers will ultimately ‘end’ the HDR format war by simply taking it upon themselves to support all HDR formats that come their way.

Panasonic’s introduction of this HDR neutral TV is a doubly significant move given that Panasonic was actually one of the founding members of the HDR10+ Alliance. If even a brand as previously anti-Dolby Vision and pro-HDR10+ as Panasonic is now willing to swallow its pride and give consumers what they’re crying out for[*], you’ve got to think other TV brands will follow with their own ‘universal’ HDR TVs in the not too distant future."
http://twitter.com/BigJohnnyArcher/...58417643704320

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"Being able to enjoy the best possible performance from any HDR title you stream or buy on disc, regardless of what dynamic HDR format it might have been mastered in, is what any consumer would want. And the GZ2000 is the only TV that can deliver this awesome peace of mind."
http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnarc.../#6b5551574637

"The new Panasonic GZ2000 finally does away with the frustrating situation whereby the brand of TV you buy dictates the HDR formats you can enjoy."
http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnarc.../#41ed9bca7cc1

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Vincent Teoh misunderstood the Sony documentation: Sony is not actually supporting HDR10+.


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Good...the sooner HDR10+ dies out, the better. Panasonic doesn't have the clout in the display industry they once did. Their move to incorporate Dolby Vision is a recognition of this, IMO. Sony's decision to shun HDR10+ must also at least in part be reading the tea leaves on Samsung's loss of premium market share.
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Good...the sooner HDR10+ dies out, the better. Panasonic doesn't have the clout in the display industry they once did. Their move to incorporate Dolby Vision is a recognition of this, IMO. Sony's decision to shun HDR10+ must also at least in part be reading the tea leaves on Samsung's loss of premium market share.
With the number of devices supporting DV now, it has mindshare. At some point, the average Joe, will see HDR as Dolby Vision. Similarly to the way people say, "Google it".



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With the number of devices supporting DV now, it has mindshare. At some point, the average Joe, will see HDR as Dolby Vision. Similarly to the way people say, "Google it".
I hope not, but at least it'll be better than people thinking HDR=HDR10. I'm talking to you, ALL you TV manufacturers who do this with your on-screen graphics.

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I hope not, but at least it'll be better than people thinking HDR=HDR10. I'm talking to you, ALL you TV manufacturers who do this with your on-screen graphics.
Competition is important, so HDR10+ needs Samsung and Panasonic to get film studio support. It's going to be difficult, with Paramount and Universal, who seem to be completely sold on Dolby Vision.

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This gives me bad flashbacks to 2006 and 2007. It only ended in pain for those betting on the wrong horse.
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This gives me bad flashbacks to 2006 and 2007. It only ended in pain for those betting on the wrong horse.
I think things kind played out similarly, if you think about the players involved and relationships. Dolby is embedded in Hollywood, the relationships they have with Film studios, producers, directors is unmatched.

Sony having a studio in Culver City, CA, meant that BluRay win could be considered inevitable. The relationships built over the years, is just a clear advantage.

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Operationally Universal HDR TV

Yet other operationally Universal HDR TV: Philips OLED 804 & 854
http://twitter.com/SteveMay_UK/stat...30433767424000


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Thanks for the update. Still no support for YouTube HDR on Sony TVs? Is that really right? Even for 2018 models?! I had it on my previous Samsung TV in November 2016!

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