AMD CAN PLAY " HDR 10 PLUS " ?

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  1. dfsdfs1112

    dfsdfs1112 Active Member

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    AMD CAN PLAY " HDR 10 PLUS " ?
    Which video card ?
    Where is it registered ?

    Does seeing HDR 10 need a special CPU processor ?

    Can any video card play HDR ?

    Is there a number of bit restriction that a processor can transmit over the Internet? ( TO CPU )
    (Like up to 10 mbps)
     
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    insp1re2600 Maha Guru

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    more to do with the display than the card i believe?
     
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    warlord Ancient Guru

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    HDR10 and HDR10+ stands for 10 bit HDR, Dolby Vision stands for capability up to 12bit HDR, simple HDR isn't even close as it's limited by mere 8bit but still far better experience than SDR.

    All in all, is about HDMI/DP version and TV/Monitor panel capabilities, GPU/CPU are irrelevant, except resolution/OS/Driver and DRM/ PlayReady/ HDCP versions.

    Preferably gpus with DP1.4/1.4a/2.0 and HDMI 2.0a/2.0b/2.1 are fully compatible, DP1.2a/1.3 and HDMI 1.4a/1.4b/2.0 are hit or miss.
     
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    dfsdfs1112 Active Member

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    NO


    NO ( Your whole answer is confused )
    Rather AMD + NVIDIA record only HDR10 NOT Plus
    I also have an NVIDIA Shield TV Pro device with HDMI 2.0B
    Does not transmit HDR10 PLUS
    Does not transmit HDR YouTube
     

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    SweenJM Master Guru

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    Hi guys, i don't know anything about what i am asking about, but i will gladly tell you that you are wrong. :rolleyes:
     
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    HDR file, but also i think HDR +, can be played by any video card that can decode hevc 10 bit file.

    No need for special CPU. But if You want it decode in software, you would have to have a powerful one.

    I cannot understand last question
     
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    warlord Ancient Guru

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    You do not know anything about technology in electronic engineering terms. Stop it there. You are getting publicly embarrassed. You do not know firmware/software/OS limitations. Those problems you mentioned are your choices of devices faults. Not technologies' facts mentioned by me.
     
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    dfsdfs1112 Active Member

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    are you on drugs? Medicines ?
    everything you write crap endlessly!
    and you come back to a threads who doesn't want to hear from you!

    I received a response from NVIDIA " HDR 10 PLUS " is not supported !!!
    No matching mapping on the VIDEO card!

    warlord - , Stop bothering and lying and go look for a doctor
     
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    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    so DV and HDR10(+) are just meta data, theres no specific gpu support required, drivers generally don't need to do anything special either, its all bitstream.

    Whether it will reach your tv or not is going to depend on whether the file/stream has it, application you're using can interpret it, and your tv supports it.
     
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    This.....HDR, HDR10, HDR10+ is not a specific function of the gpu (or cpu). If you have all the answers, why are you asking questions dfsdfs1112?
     
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