Your movies and video games are set to get brighter with the new HDMI standard


The HDMI standard will get a new update (2.1a). — AFP Relaxnews

The HDMI standard is evolving, with a new update that promises to be spectacular. This new 2.1a standard should make it possible to optimise all the content of a HDR (high dynamic range) display, whatever the lighting conditions. It promises to be a big hit at CES 2022, which will (still) be held in Las Vegas from Jan 5 to 8, 2022.

The HDMI Forum has announced an evolution of its digital audio/video standard. The version 2.1a integrates a major addition, Source-Based Tone Mapping (SBTM). This enables optimisation of the HDR display in dynamic mode, meaning that it automatically adapts to any video sequence, without the slightest adjustment to be made beforehand. This will obviously only be possible on devices that are compatible (or updated) with this new standard. Some of them could be unveiled in a few days at CES.

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