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Dolby Vision

Dolby Vision

Dolby Vision

Dolby Vision

So friends today i will be telling about DOLBY VISION what it is….. earlier peoples used to think higher pixels means high quality and that really don’t proved out to be true it ain’t all about pixels its about aperture lenses. So next time you buy any phone where you intrested in photos and all so just don’t focus over bigger pixels. So the next myth which is related to Television is pretty same peoples think 4K is outta world par and all. Do you really mean it men ya 4k is no doubt awesome still it just aint all about Resolutions its more about pixels. So Dolby is coming with the same thing

 

This is most prevalent with TVs. We’re seeing the advent of 4K or Ultra HD televisions, which boast of twice the resolution of a Full HD TV. Sharper images, the advertisements say. Better pictures than ever before, the billboards scream. But resolution is just a function of pixels. And like with cameras, more pixels or megapixels isn’t all that it takes to make a better screen.

Dolby, more famous for its sound prowess, is now stepping into the visual space to make screens better. Its idea is to bring a holistic approach: Record videos in great quality, make them easily available to people, and bring hi-tech screens to people’s homes to view these great videos.

But how Dolby doing this? What does a consumer have to do to be a part of Dolby Vision’s ecosystem? What does this all mean? Let’s find out…

The good news for those interested in this is that quite a few filmmakers and production houses, as well as content services, have already started adopting Dolby Vision. Recent Hollywood blockbusters like The Martian, Inside Out, and Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens were all shot with Dolby Vision technology. There are a total of 40 titles so far, Chao said. Dolby has also tied up with Netflix, among other streaming providers, to make Dolby Vision content available. Netflix’s own show, Marco Polo, is shot in Dolby Vision. The company estimates that a Dolby Vision video takes about 10% more bandwidth for streaming than a standard video.

 

How Do I Get It? ===The big problem for Dolby Vision, at the moment, is the cost involved. Right now, in India, only LG will be making TVs that support the technology. And the cheapest one in that will cost Rs. 1.25 lakh, the company said. LG expects to launch the TVs by the end of May.How Much Would You Pay? Do you think a high-end TV that costs Rs 1.25 lakh is too high a price for the Dolby Vision experience, or is the ability to see “what the filmmaker intended” worth the cost to enjoy cinema at its finest.

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