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What You Need To Know About HDMI 2.1 And 8K TVs In 2019

What You Need To Know About HDMI 2.1 And 8K TVs In 2019

You’re going to hear a lot about HDMI 2.1 in 2019. It’s the latest iteration on the A/V connection format that consumers have used since it replaced previous A/V connections nearly two decades ago, and with 8K TVs ready to beat down the door into your living room, HDMI 2.1…

How To Find HDR Content On YouTube

How To Find HDR Content On YouTube

The iPhone XS and XS Max are the latest devices to support High Dynamic Range (HDR) videos on Youtube, which is great news for those who own either. If you’re unfamiliar with HDR, it’s a video format with an expanded contrast ratio that makes colours more accurate and more vibrant…

How Netflix Uses HDR To Guide Your Eyes

How Netflix Uses HDR To Guide Your Eyes

Netflix has declared 2017 the year of High Dynamic Range (HDR) programming. The popular streaming service has already dramatically expanded its 4K HDR content – and there’s a lot more to come in the months ahead. Last year, we were invited to check out the company’s state-of-the-art colour correction suite…