Thanks for the reading (http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=...pid2361400)
(2016-06-20 13:18)noggin Wrote: However it appears that HDR-10 and Dolby Vision both require specific metadata handling in addition to just sending 10 bit video over HDMI, so 10 bit decode and output may not be enough.
I think it does, but your optical hardware (TV, Monitor) has to be able to read that metadata as well. So I think your TV has to be HDR10/Dolby Vision capable. And If I'm not mistaken, the TV's with the Ultra HD Premium certificate are.
After some (little) more thinking I came to the conclusion that we don't need a 'Ultra HD Premium certificate', but a 'Full HD Premium certificate'. Since I should need a 90inch TV in my living room to benefit for the 4K resolution.
And as far as i can understand, that is perfectly possible: Dolby Vision is currently qualified with HEVC and AVC decoders. So I guess HDR10 is also?
That would mean: Smaller file size (far more less pixels), for the exact same image (viewed on a 50inch TV from a 3,5meters (11,5 feet) distance)