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Dolby Vision

What is Dolby Vision?

“With ultravivid colours, sharper contrasts, and richer details, Dolby Vision gives you spellbinding picture quality”  

Dolby Vision is an advanced high dynamic range (HDR) technology developed by Dolby Laboratories that enhances the visual experience by providing a broader range of colours, better contrast, and increased brightness levels in supported displays. The resulting product has unprecedented depth, exceptional contrast, and a wide array of colours that surpass what you ever knew to be possible.

How does Dolby Vision work?

HDR technology aims to improve the overall visual quality of content by increasing the contrast between the brightest and darkest parts of an image. This allows for more details in both shadowy areas and bright highlights, resulting in a more lifelike and immersive viewing experience.  

Dolby Vision also features an Expanded Colour Gamut: a wider colour gamut than traditional video standards, such as Rec. 709. This allows content creators to use a more extensive palette of colours, resulting in richer and more vibrant images.  

The process continuously optimises the image quality to match the users specific service, device, and platform, ensuring every user is treated to captivating visuals every single time. 

How can I watch my favourite artists perform in Dolby Vision?

Your immersive experience begins once you’ve purchased your favourite show in Dolby Vision from On Air. Next, you will need a Dolby Vision compatible device. Many 4K Ultra HD TVs, OLED TVs, and some premium projectors support Dolby Vision, please see a list of supported devices here

What is Dolby Atmos?

"Dolby Atmos is a sound experience you can feel all around you"

Dolby Atmos automatically adapts to your sound system to give you a spatial audio experience you would not expect. Treating audio elements as individual objects that can be precisely placed and moved in a three-dimensional space, Dolby Atmos delivers an unparalleled realistic and immersive experience.

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