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4K HDR10 - State of Play thread - important media player limitations.
Hi,

From what I have researched it is not possible to stream Dolby Vision because it is dual layer and you are unable to package this in a MKV container...Is this correct?

If this is the case does HDR10+ follow the same format?

I have read the Apple TV 4k can play Dolby Vision. Is this only from Apps like Netflix etc, not from files stored locally on a NAS?

Thanks!
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(2019-03-10, 16:29)mataus19 Wrote: Hi,

From what I have researched it is not possible to stream Dolby Vision because it is dual layer and you are unable to package this in a MKV container...Is this correct?

If this is the case does HDR10+ follow the same format?

I have read the Apple TV 4k can play Dolby Vision. Is this only from Apps like Netflix etc, not from files stored locally on a NAS?

Thanks!

The ATV4K and similar streamers only play single-stream DV content (as used by OTT providers like Netflix and Amazon), not dual-stream DV (as used by UHD Blu-rays etc. - which have an HDR10 core with a DV secondary stream)
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do you think the last improvement into the linux kernel here can make HDR available on Ryzen iGPU like 2400G ?
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