A new guide is here

A new guide is here

Have you ever come across the situation where an HDR film looks bland and washed out on a non-HDR display? The reason is quite simple: Incompatible colour spaces. Fortunately there are methods on how to solve this. Check out a new guide I’ve written, which will allow you to understand what exactly causes the problem and how to use a program called FFmpeg to correctly convert your source to be viewed on any display without any apparent loss of quality….

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Dolby Vision HDMI bug

Dolby Vision HDMI bug

Dolby has introduced a bug in its Dolby Vision HDR method, which transmits faulty HDR-metadata over an HDMI connection. Devices like the Apple 4k TV, external UHD Blu-ray players supporting Dolby Vision are all affected by black levels which shift into the grey when compared to their HDR10 counterpart. Smart-TV apps like Netflix are not prone to the bug, which only manifests itself over an HDMI connection. Fortunately Dolby has admitted the bug and provided a fix, which needs to…

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And action!

And action!

It’s time to kick off this blog, in which I aim to write up anything noteworthy in any areas of film, photography or the technological revolutions going on in the entertainment industry. I also review movies, meaning you’ll probably go to the cinema with me thinking I’ll enjoy a particular movie, just to see me tear it to pieces in a review later. Don’t be hard on me for that, but life’s to short to watch bad films. I’ll also…

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