Add Dolby Vision
Please add Dolby Vision and make UHD 4K blu ray player like OPPO. OPPO already discontinued their products.
The majority of 4K ultra HD blu-rays come with Dolby Vision with very little support for HDR10+ (which I believe is doomed to fail given the lack of support from major content providers). Without support for Dolby Vision the movies cannot be viewed and appreciated in their best format and as the director intended. Please, please, please provide support for Dolby Vision, either through a software upgrade in your existing players, or with a new UHD player. I currently own the Zappiti Pro 4k HDR player, but would upgrade in a flash if a player is launched that supports Dolby Vision.
Im leaving literally same comment as on other opened topivc about DV support. As I can see that this is very very requested detail here. So anyways I wanted to ask if any info on Dolby Vision support? I am thinking what is timeframe on their product line release and when could new line come out. Or if possible update of DV via software which I'm not sure is or not possible as I am not technically that advanced. Anyways someone from company should check these all comments and consider at least this thing. Next line of products might come with HDMI 2.1 maybe
Anton Wootliff commented
Dolby Vision sera-t-il une mise à niveau logicielle ou matérielle? S'il s'agit de matériel, y aura-t-il un chemin de mise à niveau pour moi?
Nous sommes bientôt à 6 mois d'évaluation pour l'ajout du Dolby Vision. Une réponse claire serait appréciable pour; soit attendre, soit aller voir la concurrence. Merci
Realtek 1395 supports HDR10, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision.
Realtek website information:
4K UHD MULTIMEDIA SOC
The RTD1395 series is a cutting-edge High Definition Media Processor SoC (System-on-Chip) for Consumer Electronics featuring a Trusted Execution Environment with an independent secure operating system, VP9 and H.265 decoding up to Ultra HD, H.264 FHD media Decoding and Encoding with multiple formats, Wireless/Wired Networking, DTV, and a comprehensive set of High-Speed peripherals.
ARM® Cortex-A53 quad-core CPU
ARM® Mali-470 MP4 GPU
H.265 4K 60fps, VP9 4K 60fps, H.264 4K 30fps decoder
H.264 1080P 60fps encoder
HDR10, HLG, TCH Prime, Dolby Vision, HDR10+
HDMI Tx v2.0b with CEC
10/100 MAC and PHY + Gigabit Ethernet MAC
SDIO 3.0 and SD 3.0
Ultra High Definition Media Player
DTV Set-top box
OTT Streaming Player
Miracast and Intel Wireless Display
@hardware support, (marketing director, executive, Zapitti) you mentioned new products with a new chipset in 2020. It is already Q4 of 2020, when can we expect the new products with Dolby Vision, HDR10,HDR10+ support?
Can we expect these new devices in the coming months?
Dolby vision is a must now to get more customers buying your product.
Dolby Vision, HDR10+
Dolby Vision would know this player out of the park
Add Dolby Vision for ISO Blu Ray 4K ..... PLEASE !!!!!
dateci dolby vision please
Non è assolutamente vero che la versione 3.15 del firmware contenga la possibilità di vedere il dolby vision ! Non capisco perché si mettono in giro queste false voci .
Però sarebbe bello che zappiti lo inserisca .
I would also buy one if Dolby vision was supported..
Though i did find a youtube review from Mar 25/2020. in the comment section the user stated
HDR10+ and Dolby Vision metadata are working using the last beta firmware v3.15.
Though there is no mention of this in the firmware on your site. Is this correct?
Dolby vision should be standard on all high end media devices now
Please add support for Dolby Vision
It would be a worthy consideration.
Kenneth D Patterson commented
When Dolby Vision becomes available, I will buy,
Todd Zeh commented
Dolby Vision typically looks the same as HDR10 and there is no standard for any projector on the market to date.
David Wilner commented
Do you have to stick with the Realtek chipset as there is already the S922X chipset that supports Dolby Vision and is available with multiple Android boxes on the market. The problem is that they don't have the ease of use of Dune/Mede8or (now defunct along with Oppo) and Dune player.
I've already asked Dune this exact same question so I hope one of you release something soon as the technology is available now and I'm still stuck with my Mede8or which is something like 4+ years old now.
I just bought the one SE 4k, is it possible to change te chipset so Dolby Vision is supported in the near future?