YouTube Announces HDR support

Jan

9

2016

Robery Kyncl, chief business officer at Youtube, announces that the video site will soon offer support for display of HDR content. This Youtube Joins Amazon and Netflix, which support this technique for some time.

Youtube logo Kyncl made ​​the announcement during a discussion at CES in Las Vegas, where he spoke about supporting 360-degree videos. This he did with the CEOs of GoPro and VRSE. He also said between noticed that YouTube will soon have HDR support.

HDR, or high dynamic range, ensures there between light and dark parts of the screen creates more contrast. Bright areas are brightly displayed without any detail being lost in dark areas. Only TVs with HDR support may reflect the large dynamic range, so it is not possible for all devices to view such content via Youtube or other providers.

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