HDR10+ on TV via PC?

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  1. Ejziponken

    Ejziponken Active Member

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    Hey!

    Not sure if this is the correct forum to ask this, but here we go..

    I bought a new LG C2 TV. I also have the Nvidia 3080 card and a new HDMI cable (Ultra High Speed HDMI 2.1 8K 60Hz 4K 120Hz 48Gbps Dynamic HDR).

    Question: Is it possible to watch HDR10+ (Dynamic HDR) content from my PC on my TV? Currently using MPC-BE and Madvr for video content. The content does support HDR10+. Im just not sure the player/madvr does.

    In madvr it says "dynamic metadata: Not supported".

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  2. FatBoyNL

    FatBoyNL Ancient Guru

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    Ejziponken Active Member

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    Right.. Crap. Haha.
    So HDR10+ is a Samsung thing that nobody wants to use.. And Dolby is under license so nobody uses that either. xD
     
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    FatBoyNL Ancient Guru

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    Most streaming apps support Dolby Vision, which looks very nice on my LG CX (with native apps, and apps for GoogleTV with Chromecast).

    I think C2 should be able to display 'just HDR10' when HDR10+ content is played. If windows won't play it, you could try and copy the movie to a portable drive, attach it to the TV and use the internal player to find out if it's supported by the C2.
     

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    "HDR10 Pro and HLG Pro are LG's own HDR solutions that process the HDR signal dynamically on each individual frame with improved dynamic tone mapping."

    Not sure what that is.. I guess its some AI instead of HDR10+?
     
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    Think it is. And it seems to be enabled by default when HDR content is played. I never touched HDR settings on my CX anyway.

    EDIT: it ain't no HDR10+, that's for sure ;)

    EDIT 2: and it's not enabled by default for Dolby Vision btw, see https://www.lg.com/ca_en/lgoled/4k_hdr.jsp#:~:text=HDR Dolby Vision-,HDR10 Pro,frame-by-frame basis.
     
    Last edited: Sep 19, 2022

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