LOS ANGELES—Google, Roku and Paramount+ are now among the companies and services providing HDR10+ technology to their customers. They join more than 100 companies that now support HDR10+ and are helping to raise HDR awareness.
Paramount+ is now delivering shows like “The Stand” to certified HDMI devices. Amazon Prime Video, Google PLay and YouTube are among some of the other services that support HDR10+ for TV shows and movies.
Google and Roku have certified HDR10+ products and are expected to offer compatible devices. Google expects to us HDR10+ with Chromecast for Google TV as well as other platforms in the future. Roku, meanwhile, has enabled HDR10+ on its new Roku Express 4K+, the Roku Express 4K and Roku Ultra products.
In addition, HDR10+ has published a new white paper, “Understanding the HDR10 Ecosystem.” To receive a copy of the white paper, visit HDR10+’s website.
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