A new technology be deployed now to Netflix’ users. Now you can stream series with HDR colors.
Netflix already promised last year that the HDR would debut in 2016. Now joins streaming giant ready, with the first series in the special ‘High Dynamic Range’-format. It writes our site.
The technology distinguishes itself, by streaming content with more detailed color and contrast information than what existing streaming formats provide. The resulting image will therefore offer significant richer colors and more detailed highlights and shadows in your movies and series.
The first series that will support the new format will be Netflix’ self-produced ‘Marco Polo’ if the second season debuts on 2. June. Marvel’s Daredevil and other series will soon follow.
Requires the right equipment
In order to be able to enjoy the advanced format, you must subscribe to Netflix ‘ most expensive 4 k solution for $ 119 monthly, as well as have a net connection at least 25 mbit/s.
Netflix HDR supports both HDR10 or Dolby Vision, supports your TV one of the formats and does it have a Netflix app, you are now ready to try the new colorful format. A little HDR-icon will then indicate whether your selected series is available in the HDR.
LG, Sony and Panasonic delivers today several television models that support HDR.
Netflix: HDR is better than 4 k
Streaming service believe that HDR gives a greater visual experience than 4 k.
‘ I think that HDR is clearer to see than 4 k. Over the past 15 years, we have seen a megapixel-race in the world, but the camera steadily increasing number of pixels will be gradually less and less interesting, “says Netflix’s Neil Hunt product manager for Digital trends.
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