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SSIMWave’s Dolby Vision demo first to give back control of HDR

Canadian perceptual quality specialist SSIMWave slipped out a pre-IBC press release late last week talking about demonstrating support for Dolby Vision for the first time in Amsterdam. In conversation with the company earlier this year, SSIMWave cited being a partner licensed to monitor Dolby Digital Plus for live and VoD workflows – collaborating with Dolby on monitoring the preservation of Dolby Vision and Atmos content across distribution. So, not actually a new update at all, and SSIMWave has since confirmed to us that it will be making its debut Dolby demonstration in a few weeks – which Faultline Online Reporter will be seeing firsthand. The move is timely because the unstandardized nature and inconsistency of screen brightness ranges associated with…

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