to me the Dolby Vision Bright mode makes it instantly better, as HDR is pretty dim by design as its supposed to be viewed in a dark room but thats just not my viewing conditions when gaming so i think DV will be a huge advantage for gamesDolby vision really won’t be that much of a difference I’ve found, it’s more of a standard of consistency for applying HDR to media. It can look better sometimes but it’s nothing you won’t notice unless you’re switching back and forth between the two.
I'm in your boat. I heard recently on HDTVtest that some LG owners have been changing things (dynamic tone mapping settings?) with root access.just need LG to implement the 4K120 support, was reading recently they are testing it but haven’t confirmed which models it will be rolled out to. they will probably shaft C9 owners like myself and have it for CX and new C1/G1 models even though the C9 can support it.
yeah i mean i could be wrong and they could roll it out for us too but i’m not expecting it even though they could as the C9 supports dolby vision and has the full hdmi 2.1, i guess it will be a way to entice us to buy a new tv from them still happy with the tv anyway even if it doesn’t get it, hate looking at non OLED tvs since i got mine xDI'm in your boat. I heard recently on HDTVtest that some LG owners have been changing things (dynamic tone mapping settings?) with root access.
This TV is so popular perhaps once LG is finished updating it (now?) we might get lucky with some clever software modders.
Yeah, it's pretty variable.Dolby vision really won’t be that much of a difference I’ve found, it’s more of a standard of consistency for applying HDR to media. It can look better sometimes but it’s nothing you won’t notice unless you’re switching back and forth between the two.
A HDR media profile by Dolby similar to HDR10 that is adopted by many 4K TV vendors like LG and Sony and even the iPhone 12 is now a buzzword by Next Gen Spec Thread posters for the sake of console warring.
There's going to be little/no perceptible difference for 99%+ of people w/ supported displays, and potential downsides (for now) include higher input lag if your tv doesn't support DV in game mode, slightly worse PQ (I personally don't think 422 chroma much of a difference from 444/RGB when sitting 6+ feet away), and 60hz vs 120hz. I bet most people wouldn't be able to perceive an PQ difference between properly calibrated HGIG and DV implementations.
It's actually superior to HDR10 so much so that there's now HDR10+ to compete with Dolby Vision.
Movies in Dolby Vision and Atmos are the only way to see them now.
Good thing MS has a Television partnership with LG then...you can set the series x to 4K 120 htz at 12 bit and you get 12bit 420 (24gbps)..422 should be possible with an update.
Tv manufacturers would also have to update the TV's to make it possible probably by sacrificing something else. even so were out here talking about dolby vision gaming....cant expect to get everything you want.
That really depends on what settings you turn enable while it is not in game mode. Most of Sony's post processing you can disable or minimize. Game mode just basically turns all of the post processing that slows down the TV's image, which causes input lag, by default.as a owner of a Sony TV, they dont have a "Game Mode" in Dolby Vision mode... does it mean its gonna be input lag galore!