Dolby Vision vs HDR10 4K Blu-ray HDR Comparison

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We compare Dolby Vision dynamic metadata vs HDR10 static metadata on two LG B7 2017 OLED TVs, using 4K Blu-rays played from an OPPO 203 & a Panasonic UB900 player.
Three Ultra HD Blu-ray movie titles were compared, namely Despicable Me 2, The Fate of The Furious, & Power Rangers.
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  • im convinced im getting a dv tv just so i can read the credits

    Kid PokerKid Poker9 napja
  • Sadly the Samsung TV does not support Dolby vision.

    Dash HoundDash HoundHónapja
  • Compared with the Samsung 4K tv, the Apple TV 4K the Samsung gives out HDR 10, Apple TV gives out the mastered resolution

    Erik NovakErik NovakHónapja
  • 21:48 look, Like is hdr10 more detail.

    Martin BenoMartin BenoHónapja
  • I see the biggest difference in dolby vision when I went to best buy and a demo for the mandalorian was on a Sonyx900h and baby yodas cheeks looked red and warm u could see all the freckles on his cheeks compared to my samsung q90r I was sold then and there Idc too much about nits brightness I'd rather have accurate content creator colors

    Jinzo 315Jinzo 3152 hónapja
  • Dolby vision is too dark ....

    Crazy BeardCrazy Beard2 hónapja
  • Dolby Vision can look better at times, but I found it too problematic and because of that, I personally hope it just goes away eventually. I'm not sure what it is but some films just look absolutely terrible in DV. I have experienced this on a LG OLED and two different Sony OLED models (all top of the line). My current set is a Samsung QLED and it doesn't even have it. No problems either so far.

    T LT L2 hónapja
  • Dolby Vision is the most overhyped HDR mode there ever was.. It's Dim as hell. They already said you need 4000 Nits to do it justice.. I prefer HDR10+ which is Dynamic and much brighter. This comparison is older HDR10 which isn't dynamic meta data that Dolby Vision have.. So HDR10+ would look better than this HDR10 but retain more brightness.

    Loki 76Loki 762 hónapja
  • Look same to me guess I won’t miss out on Dolby

    sly2792004sly27920042 hónapja
    • @EwChO which is only see if I compared it side by side.

      sly2792004sly27920042 hónapja
    • youll see more detail with DV. If you watch a movie on netflix with dolby vision, it will appear very realistic and have better detail than if you watched that scene on youtube, even if it was 4K HDR

      EwChOEwChO2 hónapja
  • 17:45 "Even the face starts looking jaundice" XD

    Sagar KapasiSagar Kapasi3 hónapja

    Claudio RobleroClaudio Roblero4 hónapja
  • Remember 1080P HD was a thing, now it’s 4K, than it’s 4K HDR, now it’s Dolby Vision and HDR10. When will these point less small upgrades ever stop. 🤦🏻‍♂️

    Crazy 77Crazy 774 hónapja
  • Now that we have xbox series x can we do this experiment on games?

    Derek PearseDerek Pearse4 hónapja
  • If you think about it, the fact that we need two TVs next to each other to see the differences in real time, makes it almost pointless to even worry about the differences. You would probably benefit more by focusing on important aspects of the TV, like reflections, user interface and OS.

    HunterXrayHunterXray4 hónapja
  • I can really tell the difference on my 6bit color depth SDR laptop screen! amazing :)

    Marcin MalinowskiMarcin Malinowski4 hónapja
  • Problem with this entire comparison is that their are changes within the picture settings on both TVs. This is not a true comparison. A true comparison is standard picture settings applied for both TVs and hdr applied on one and Dolby vision on the other which was not done here.

    Kyle HKyle H4 hónapja
    • We calibrate both TVs to the common standard used within the film and broadcast industry for comparison on a level-playing field. Your suggested method is absolutely flawed, because there are unit-to-unit variation, so you're just comparing settings, not the underlying picture with as many variables removed.

      HDTVTestHDTVTest4 hónapja
  • HDR10 sucks. Almost every film I have with it suffers from elevated black. Dolby Vision doesn't.

    HeavyMetalSonicRMHeavyMetalSonicRM4 hónapja
  • I much prefer the right

    PetersonmgeePetersonmgee4 hónapja
  • *LOL* I understand you for getting worried for liking Power Rangers.

    Birger OlovssonBirger Olovsson4 hónapja
  • A lot of UHD blu rays are hdr10 while the iTunes counterpart is in Dolby Vision. Would you prefer the disc hdr10 or streaming Dolby Vision?

    tygeezytygeezy5 hónapja
  • My disney plus shows like the mandalorian and the star wars movies all said 4k. Now for some reason they say hdr 10. The only thing that has switched is i bought a samsung q70 sound bar with sub. Any thoughts would be very much appreciated amd make my day.

    Mike AMike A5 hónapja
  • Not sure if this applies to anyone else, but as an owner of three or four Samsung TVs I was wondering what the difference is. I even watched another video with a HDR 10+ comparison. Needless to say, I recently went with the Sony (has DV) for Black Friday and can't wait to test it out. Can't keep supporting a company that remains the only one that refuses to license DV on anything.

    driven168driven1685 hónapja
  • and I judge these visuals from the screen of a 1080p android tablet screen how?

    Jim YJim Y5 hónapja
  • Samsung tu8570 55inches is the best model2020 please reply sir please

    Adesh DoshiAdesh Doshi5 hónapja
  • Ok wait, but the highest quality this video can be seen at is 1080p?! 🤣

    Terry #27Terry #275 hónapja
  • Compliments. One of the best comparison tests you ever made.

    Al_McBAl_McB5 hónapja
    • Useless

      light em uplight em up5 hónapja
  • Vincent, thanks for the video comparison. Although, you are trying to be fair making this comparison between Dolby Vision and HDR10, the fact is that comparing DV to HDR10 and not to HDR10 Plus, it is not a fair comparison either, because HDR10 only support statistic metadata, while HDR10 Plus supports dynamic metadata as DV does. I hope you fine time to do a fair comparison between DV and HDR10 Plus.

    Willian AlemanWillian Aleman5 hónapja
  • Looks like 3 years later, Dolby are destroying the competition.

    Dharam BasiDharam Basi5 hónapja
  • Then what is better

    AswinAswin5 hónapja
  • For me HDR10 looks better

    adnan dervisicadnan dervisic5 hónapja
  • Don’t rate Dolby Vision, preferably HDR10 and 4K ultra is better.

    Andy BrownAndy Brown5 hónapja
  • I would recommend that you record your videos in 4k. Then these comparisons would be much sharper than in the 1080p mode that you recorded them in. Just my opinion.

    raysurx2010raysurx20105 hónapja
  • Wow that guy's shirt is 2 percent redder in dolby vision

    Joe CashJoe Cash6 hónapja
  • Hilarious and extremely informative. Also, you're not wrong, same is in your wheelhouse.

    BlueCamelGuy _BlueCamelGuy _6 hónapja
  • I like the dead-pan humor of this guy's reviews , as well as the technical analysis ...

    Kevin OlesikKevin Olesik6 hónapja
  • Hi, writing from Denmark and being totally new to this I apologize if it's wrong forum. So my old Samsung from 2012 went chapter 11 and I decided to go the OLED way. Bought an LG CX but the magenta tint was too severe for a TV that price ( atleast in my opinion ). After I read page up and page down and have seen every test known to man ( hdtvtest, rtings and so on ) I bought the Sony after concluding on paper it was the better tv as i mainly stream and watch SDR. I never game. Now to the questions as I have also returned this television inside the 14 day window I had finding it way darker than the LG. First of TV's were not calibrated I have just used settings found here. 1. For my use no gaming wanting the "brightest" experience should I go LG CX again ? Especially DV and so on for ME looked brighter. I know other issues might factor in if we measure etc but for me and the wifey and the kids we don't watch in a batcave but a normally lit living room. ( Why don't u get a QLED one might ask. It's not what I want. ) 2. Should I get the Sony and just use an external player / streamer and then get just as bright a picture as the cx? If this can be answered? I have also watched the shoot out but couldn't really interpret if they were equally bright so to speak. 3. On both displays when playing blade runner 2049 remux BR on VLC the room in the starting scene was so dark I couldn't tell the details apart - this is from a pc ofc. Using mpc-hc the room lit up but really kinda washed out the colors especially on the Sony. So again should I perhaps get a shield for better experience and "correct" colors. 4. If I never get it calibrated will I ever see the full potential color and brightness wise in HDR etc? ( It's hard to find in Denmark ) Hope my questions make sense and sorry for the bad English it's not my native tongue :)

    Henrik Møller HvidHenrik Møller Hvid6 hónapja
  • 1st time I've subbed to a "Tech/TV Chan", I knew I needed some Asian Frens. 🤣 Hilarious content. Keep up the amazing work my dude.

    Marty CuhntzmartMarty Cuhntzmart6 hónapja
  • The first on my Samsung Q90R look the same, the house hdr10 looks better, more detail. The Dolby vision looks darker and see less detail. Power rangers on my Q90R the hdr 10 is shaper. Dolby vision looks slightly darker. We're they are at the car scenery the HDR 10 shows more detail on myQ90R, number plate on hdr10 slightly clearer, same as headlights on the car. The Rock shows less detailed and darker on the Dolby vision. But at the end of the day, so stuff all difference to worry about

    Dennis RogersDennis Rogers6 hónapja
  • Is it true, that dolby vision contains the hdr10+ data so in case you watch a dolby vision movie on a tv that is only hdr10+ capable then you'll get hdr10+?

    Zoltán GulyásZoltán Gulyás6 hónapja
  • Awsm

    Gaurav SharmaGaurav Sharma6 hónapja
  • so... is it a killer feature? iPhone 12 Pro vs iPhone 12 ?

    Improving abilityImproving ability6 hónapja
  • that power ranger joke got me laughed on train

    mikamimikami7 hónapja
  • make a review about the eyes frendly tv's,say the thruth between direct and edgeled why the cheeper samsung ku8500 is much more better than sony 950g panasonic ub-900 uhd is wicker player than the old lg bd590 hd in the era of the higher and higher contrast people of my area are seekig eyesfrendly tv''s with lower contrast and edgeled because they are waching tv''s 20hrs per day and are movie or game fans

    georgi petrovgeorgi petrov7 hónapja
  • @HDTVTest This test is also flawed just because there are not on equal ground? And by equal ground I mean one is propped against the wall and the other on its correct posture leaving you to find the correct angle on the left tv leaving a high chance of human error due to you either not finding the correct/ proper viewing angle. It's obvious that the tv on the left is gonna inaccurate due the viewing angle which for the looks of it you didn't compensate for the 10° offset of the tv on the left.

    Memphis ReinesMemphis Reines7 hónapja
  • What is the video with the race cars?

    Trace MontgomeryTrace Montgomery7 hónapja
  • I am curious as to whether a Dolby Vision stream or an HDR 10 disc is better

    GymGypGymGyp7 hónapja
  • Thank you not only for your humor but your in depth analysis.

    Mr. PeterssonMr. Petersson7 hónapja
  • TV OLED too darkness is lost detail in dark area too noisy TV is not natural color it's too too much red too much green or yellow and is distortion color of the TV OLED not good in HDR is not what the company say 1000 2000 nit OLED is big joke to is limited to 620 660 nit need more where is all brightness go all the companies lying to us 😬🤐🤫🤭🙃

    Mordi MeshitaMordi Meshita8 hónapja
  • I understand the differences he is pointing out that are visible on a high end OLED tv. My question is, would this be visible on the average mid range tv that most consumers would purchase? What range of tv would you need to buy to actually get these benefits / see the differences? To me, and I am not a tv guy so forgive me if I sound stupid, they would be moot points for most people as their tv would not be capable of displaying this. I am asking this as a sincere question. Would most people, average consumer see these benefits?

    Super TSuper T8 hónapja
  • Your Power Rangers humor was awesome as well as your in depth reviews are always the best Thank you

    Brian GriffithBrian Griffith8 hónapja
  • If a movie is in DV and I play it on samsung will it play in SDR or HDR 10 ?

  • Not every TV comes with both Dolby Vision and HDR10 or HDR10+, and D.V. is way more widely used..right now. Without the side by side comparison however, I don't know that I'd mind either or.

    Deepish MoogDeepish Moog8 hónapja
  • I have a Samsung Q60 4k TV and it doesn’t support Dolby Vision. I have a Panasonic UB 420 which doesn’t support DV. I was thinking to get a Samsung M8500 Player that supports Dolby Vision but my Q60 Tv does not support it. Will Dolby Vision still work if my TV doesn’t support it but my player does? I watch a lot of animation and wanted to know if it looks better on Dolby Vision rather than HDR

    SmokebondeSmokebonde9 hónapja
  • I Love 4k TV Is The Best

    Obas kiomzy OkiemuteObas kiomzy Okiemute9 hónapja
  • Two copies of Power Rangers my gawd that was funny

    Michael SaxbyMichael Saxby9 hónapja
  • Note that dark people always look lighter skin tone in hdr. If you see them in real life they’re more like black than brown in tv.

    APOSTRAPOSTR9 hónapja
  • When he says [ AW-POO ]* ... what he's *[saying]* is *[OUT-PUT].*

    TrumanHWTrumanHW9 hónapja
  • I love how you hold nothing speak truth to what you discover upon examination...therefore I trust your evaluations

    Christopher NylandChristopher Nyland10 hónapja
  • I thought the whole point of HDR was to make things more life like, as the human eye sees the world, this video proves nothing could be further from the truth! I'm fighting with my Samsung Q90r over this exact problem, it looks so fake! So exaggerated! So washed out or so dark! Nothing like real life! (edit): Nobody makes a suit or a pair of pants that black, nor do they make a shirt that white, NOBODY!

    Finite TuningFinite Tuning10 hónapja
  • Dolby vision is great on certain content where HDR 10 is great on other content. theirs really no winner both are stellar and give you a WoW factor when watching movies. Animated movies look the best with both.

    Boricua Omega25Boricua Omega2510 hónapja
  • Thank you, so much. I am sorry you had to watch two copies of Power Rangers.

    Robert MacleanRobert Maclean10 hónapja
  • Vincent, fancy a drink later?

    Deao SatoriDeao Satori10 hónapja
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    ma buma bu10 hónapja
  • Can u please talk less and go straight to the point and dont make the videos so long and boring

    Moshtaba HeydariMoshtaba Heydari10 hónapja
  • Ccooooolllll

    J SmoothJ Smooth10 hónapja
  • The reason escapes me.... lol

    ChicagoHOG27ChicagoHOG2710 hónapja
  • good but i did fall asleep half way through

    Alan BarnesAlan Barnes10 hónapja
  • You tend to reiterate or say the same thing multiple times and ramble a bit. For example the amount of times you told us which one was Dolby and which was HDR10. You clearly marked it in post and there is no need to constantly say it. This video could have been 30min. Please dont take it as an insult. Just some constructive criticism. Thank you for the hard work you took to make this video for us to see.

    BlottedBlotted10 hónapja
  • Very in depth review. Somehow it was easy to read the credits at the end on HDR 10 than on Dolby Vision. Thats how I saw it. And funny too, about the 2 Copies of Power Rangers.:)

    bobceepookie wookiebobceepookie wookie10 hónapja
  • I just want to say that I appreciate the deadpan humor.

    Joseph AkbrudJoseph Akbrud11 hónapja
  • Power rangers 🤣👎

    toni tramtoni tram11 hónapja
  • what is seen cannot be unseen!!

    David B.David B.11 hónapja
  • I always find Dolby Vision is too dark. Never knew you could force HDR10. How do I do that on an LG?

    BillHrprBillHrpr11 hónapja
    • Have you tried the bright preset of dolby vision?

      Connor GarryConnor Garry4 hónapja
  • Vincent . I do not watch your videos to go to sleep. your voice is definitely putting me to sleep.

    Carlos RamirezCarlos Ramirez11 hónapja
  • You are very expert, and I appreciate what I learned during your comparison video. But to me it is biased towards Dolby Vision. For example the white credits on black background are washed out on the Dolby Vision, but can be clearly read on the HDR 10 text. You point out with the cartoon that the red shirt is too bright in HDR 10, but then ignore in the house/yard/fence scene that the detail in the black of HDR 10 is better. (Look at siding below the basket ball hoop). I do not disagree the grass and fence and shrubbery are better defined in the Dolby Vision. Keep up the good reviews, they teach us a lot!

    Roger SmithRoger Smith11 hónapja
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  • real talk, i do testing for work and you're thorough, you are also so thorough that you've evidently pissed a company off for being a reviewer that doesn't bullshit or sugar coat.... and also funny... you win for me.

  • The HDR10 looks better in most cases. Probably due to 12 bit color being compressed to 10 bit on a 10 bit panel. The Dolby vision in some cases can look very good but until all panels are 12 bit, the native signal should be better. Isnt it like taking a 1080p signal and upscaling it to 4K only in the opposite direction. Its like watching a 4K movie on my old plasma. Colors are more punchy, but image just does not look right.

  • with the dolby vision, I cannot see the door detail on either house

  • I was going to buy the Hisense H65U9AUK, which is now cheap, but was put off by the lack of Dolby Vision. Having watched this comparison, I'm back on it, the difference isn't enough to bother me.

  • HDR 10 is more natural and realistic to me, Dolby is abit too much like adding beauty filter when taking photo where applied effect are too apparent.

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  • Hi Vincent. How do you think the Dolby Vision and HDR 10 formats have matured over the years since this comparison almost 3 years ago? Does Dolby Vision still have an edge compared to say a HDR 10+ on the latest Samsung QLED's?

    Sujit KumarSujit KumarÉvvel
  • I never yawn so much!

  • It’s not a big enough difference to really care until 12 bit panels come. I have dv on lg e7 and hdr 10 on my Samsung Q9FN. I don’t miss it

    justin bergmansjustin bergmansÉvvel
  • I’ve ALWAYS wondered what was the real differences was between Dolby and HDR10. Will the 10+ make HDR much, much better?

    chris corbraychris corbrayÉvvel
  • I like the hdr better than the Dolby tv does both luckily..I just wish I could choose

    Cannon GCannon GÉvvel
  • Wait can't you have both🤔

    Total GAMIXTotal GAMIXÉvvel
  • It goes without saying that HDR10 is more comparable with a Panasonic UB-820 or 9000 player that has HDR Optimizer! It does a great job of taking your existing HDR10 Blurays and making them look identical to a Dolby Vision counterpart.

  • thumbs up for the only guy in this world who thought Power Rangers was a movie so good he bought it twice.

  • I cant get over just how much this guy likes Power Rangers! I also loved the movie, not 2 copies worth, but Subscribed!

  • How do you tell the tv to play a 4K Blu-ray in Dolby vision? Whenever I start a disc it automatically plays it in hdr.

    Mike ShermanMike ShermanÉvvel
  • Great informative comparison. Your dry humor is priceless.

    John WinchesterJohn WinchesterÉvvel
  • -_- There is nothing i hate more than fake 21 by 9

    Offic. DZanjoOffic. DZanjoÉvvel
  • I always notice that Dolby Vision is smoother and more color rich and makes the IMAGE SIZE smaller for some reason. Most Dolby vision sources shrink the image or HDR10 expands it and brightens.

  • Hey! Does Dolby Vision capable monitoring device will work good with other hdr formats like HLG or HDR10+?

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  • I'm just wondering, if I play a movie, would I know if it's HDR10/10+/DV? Or is it noticeable only in direct comparison?

    Mieczysław BegerMieczysław BegerÉvvel
  • Dolby vision panel is affected by view angle, poor lg..

    Ahmet TayAhmet TayÉvvel