• Xbox One S, Xbox One X Will Receive Dolby Vision Support

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    A much-requested feature over the years, Microsoft is finally making plans to add Dolby Vision support to its Xbox One series. The feature is currently with Xbox Insiders as part of the upcoming System Update 1810. It will only be added to the Xbox One S and Xbox One X though.
    Dolby Vision will be a strong upgrade over the current HDR10 format, providing 12-bit colour depth support. Once it lands for the above consoles, they will be the only devices along with Apple TV 4K and Google Chromecast to support Dolby Vision.
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  • Dolby Vision is coming to Xbox One

    Dolby Vision is coming to Xbox One

    2 monthes ago - By Engadget

    Starting today, Microsoft is giving Xbox Insiders a preview of system update 1810. Xbox Wire reveals the update contains several new features - some of which will be trickling out over the coming weeks, including Dolby Vision video streaming, dashbo...
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  • Xbox One is getting Dolby Vision support

    Xbox One is getting Dolby Vision support

    2 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Microsoft is preparing to add Dolby Vision support to its Xbox One S and Xbox One X consoles. The addition will mean Microsoft's consoles join the Apple TV 4K and Google's Chromecast Ultra as the only streaming devices that currently support both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. Microsoft is testing out its Dolby Vision support with Xbox Insiders right now, and it appears to be limited to streaming apps for now. Netflix is one of the first apps to be updated with Dolby Vision for the Xbox One S and Xbox One X, and it's not clear if Microsoft plans to extend this to Blu-ray discs too.
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