Dolby Vision is a proprietary HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology developed by Dolby Laboratories. It is a standard for HDR video on televisions, projectors, and streaming devices. Dolby Vision uses a 12-bit color depth and can display a wider color gamut than traditional 8-bit displays.
Dolby Vision offers several advantages over other HDR standards, such as HDR10. Some of the benefits of Dolby Vision include the following:
Dynamic metadata: Dolby Vision uses dynamic metadata, which allows the display to adjust the brightness and color levels of each video frame on the fly. This results in a more precise and accurate reproduction of HDR content.
Wider color gamut: Dolby Vision can display a wider range of colors than traditional displays and other HDR standards, resulting in more vivid and lifelike images.
Improved contrast: Dolby Vision offers a higher contrast ratio than conventional displays, making images appear more detailed and realistic.
Automatic tone mapping: Dolby Vision automatically maps the HDR content to the display's capabilities, which ensures that the content is displayed correctly regardless of the display's capabilities.
Some consider Dolby Vision the most advanced HDR standard; some major streaming services support it and are backed by high-end TVs and projectors. It's regarded as the highest-quality HDR experience that is currently available.