YouTube Now Support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) Videos

YouTube HDR Videos: The YouTubers can start uploading HDR content today.YouTube has outlined the process for the same on their support page and is already working with popular content creators to get HDR videos on the site for viewers with supporting hardware.

YouTube High Dynamic Range (HDR) Videos
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YouTube Now Support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) Videos


Youtube support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) videos on YouTube. HDR videos have higher contrast, revealing precise, detailed shadows and stunning highlights with more clarity than ever. Support for wide color gamut means colors are more vibrant. Simply put, HDR unlocks the most spectacular image quality we’ve ever streamed.

you can watch YouTube videos in HDR on supported devices, such as HDR TVs with the new Chromecast Ultra, and soon on all 2016 Samsung SUHD and UHD TVs. If you’re using a device that doesn’t yet support HDR, don’t worry, videos will still play in standard dynamic range. As more HDR devices become available, YouTube will work with partners to enable streaming of the HDR version.
YouTube supports HDR specifications to be able to view HDR videos. TVs that support HDR videos tend to be 4K in most cases, which naturally equates to a high price point. As the good ones like of Sony Bravia’s  55-inch X9300D, 65-inch Z9D, and Samsung’s own 65-inch KS 9000 which reviewed cost anywhere.
YouTube have personally has reviewed the cost of the good ones which ranges between Rs. 2.5 to 5 lakhs. And that’s a lot to ask for, considering the dearth of content so far. As the HDR video content will be very limited to the 4K HDR Blu-ray. Google’s Play is introducing a future technology to the world’s biggest streaming service, it’s hoping to keep YouTube at the forefront.
The YouTube company is working with a bunch of creators which is a playlist of just four videos for now and has set up the requisite technology and documentation to promote the new offering. Apart from this Google has also mentioned that it would soon roll out the 4K TVs.