HDR

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HDR

Abbreviation for:
Health Data Repository 
heparin dose response
high-dose radiation
high dose rate
Hospital Discharge Register
Hospital Discharge Registry
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With a P3 wide color gamut and true 10-bit color for over 1 billion colors, pros will have a more true-to-life viewing experience critical for video and photo editing, 3D animation or color grading.
If your video camera supports 4K UHD only in 8-bit color, then your footage won't grade as well as HD footage filmed in 10-bit color. Also, most HDR monitors are capable of supporting 10-bit color, so if you output 8-bit color, you're limiting playback to only 256 values for each of red, blue, and green, instead of 1,024 values with 10-bit.
With support for 10-bit color, the Acer ProDesigner BM320 provides significantly more color depth than conventional 8-bit monitors.
- Up to 10-bit color performance, delivering superior color fidelity
ProArt PQ22UC also features true 10-bit color depth, achieving a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 for darker blacks and brighter whites.
In early 2017, we saw several competing HDR options emerge, with one using 10-bit color samples and another using 12-bit color sampling.
The built-in colorimeter maintains perfect color accuracy, and the display works in true 10-bit color delivering HPs widest color gamut ever (99 percent of DCI-P3).
- Native 4K UHD resolution of 3840 x 2160 with 10-bit color support
With less color shift for angled viewing and 10-bit color processing, the X Series video-wall displays improve the visual impact of content with key audiences, not limited to, but including the broadcast, retail and command and control industries.
For the output interfaces, the reference hardware module can directly drive an LCD panel, with up to 10-bit color.
With the monitor s rich and vibrant colors and impressive 10-bit color, visual arts professionals will greatly appreciate the model s high color accuracy.
Korea Telecom s Olleh GiGA UHD(4K) set-top box offers fluid 60 frame-per-second video with vivid 10-bit color at 4X the resolution conventional HD displays.