All That the Eye Can See
TV viewers today just don't get the picture. Cameras for TV and movie production now capture nearly the full range of brightness and colors in real life.
But the original video content must be downgraded to conform to transmission and playback standards based on old technology. This drastically reduces brightness, colors, and contrast.
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Dolby Vision changes that. It gives viewers a strikingly better picture, regardless of screen size or viewing distance. And it works equally well on Ultra HD and HD displays.
Dolby Vision offers up to 4,000 cd/m2 brightness, 40 times more than a conventional TV.
Local contrast reveals depth and detail that bring images magically to life.
Millions of Colors
An expanded color palette can display more of the colors that our eyes can see in nature.
Dolby Vision includes tools for content creation, delivery, and playback. Creators can be sure that their work will display accurately on any TV incorporating Dolby Vision.