The HDR Video Landscape is a Mess, and Apple Wants to Clean It Up
For those paying attention, the HDR video landscape is incredibly convoluted. But before we get into that, it’s important to recognize that HDR video is not the same as HDR photography, and it certainly is not related to the over-sharpened, oversaturated images popular five to ten years ago.
HDR video refers to a technology that results in more colors and more faithful reproduction of those colors on screen. The very smart Simon Cohen explains what HDR is here in greater detail here. In short:
HDR content (when viewed on a high-quality HDR TV) looks better than standard dynamic range (SDR) content because it is brighter and more colorful. You don’t realize it until you see it next to HDR, but SDR content — the kind we’ve been watching for decades on TV, DVD, Blu-ray, or via…
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