Last day 6, Monday, the annual edition of the Apple WWDC took place. On this occasion, the novelties in terms of software were many and some of them very good. Highlighting the functions within macOS is coming, this is the name of the new operating system, we find the possibility of using the iPhone as a webcam on Macs. Of course, we cannot ignore functions such as Live Text on video. But not everything is gold. Because there are things that have not been captured and made effective and yet we users were waiting like rain in May. We are talking, for example, about compatibility with HR10+.
While we were attending the live explanations, about Apple's recorded event, about operating system updates and specifically about Apple TV, they talked about the compatibility of macOS Ventura with HR10+. In fact, the most specialized media also echoed a posteriori. But now we found that feature has been removed and therefore makes us think that such compatibility no longer exists.
HDR10+ is a standard promoted by Samsung and Amazon. It does not bring anything radically new, but rather represents an improvement on the HDR10 format that we already know. That + that is added is because it is capable of provide information regarding the brightness of the scene. This means that the TV is told how to use HDR on a scene-by-scene or even frame-by-frame basis.
Well, considering that it is one of the functions that we would all like to have, because everything that adds up is better than what doesn't, it seems that in the end it will not be possible. All traces have been removed about the presence in the updates of this new HDR10 + function.
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