YouTube Brings HDR Technology To Specific Phone Devices

Sep

9

2017

The YouTube video sharing platform started today with HDR or high dynamic range for specific smartphones, the first of which is a set of Android devices, not iOS devices, which allows the quality of the images to be improved by producing better pixel quality. The feature to compatible TVs for nearly a year, specifically in November, was not available for smartphones.

The HDR or HD video feature is similar to HDR for photography, meaning that it allows for a greater range of color gradients between the glossy and darker parts of the image, but requires an HDR-compliant display to display a full range of color tones, and the screen needs to be able to Provides high brightness and high contrast features to display a range of color tones, as well as support a wide range of colors.

The videos that support this technology bring better picture quality with high contrast, allowing the user to get more vibrant colors and make dark scenes more suitable for vision. This feature is available when launched through the YouTube mobile application for specific Android devices such as pixels, although technically no Get HDR, LG V30, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Not 8 and Sony XZ Premium.

The company says it will continue to work with mobile industry partners to bring HDR technology to more devices over time. When launched for the first time on the YouTube platform, HDR technology was used within specific channels, and the technology is still not widely supported, The technique is a real difference in detail between the past and the present, as the details of the image were lost in the shadows and brightness scenes when viewed by previous techniques.

The real difference is shown to users with the viewing experience. HDR works simultaneously with the human eye in terms of focusing on contrast in the dark areas and showing the subtle and distinct color variations in the regions brighter.

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