PROMISING THE “MOST REALISTIC AND REALISTIC VISUALS” THE GAMES HAVE TO OFFER
A Microsoft launched a test Dolby Vision for users of Xbox Series X/S who are members of their Insider program.
The members of Xbox Insider Alpha ring subscribers can now participate in the test before its wider availability.
“When you play in Dolby Vision, you unlock the most lifelike and lifelike visuals the game has to offer, with brightness, contrast, color and depth that go beyond even traditional HDR games,” he says. Dolby .
It claims that Dolby Vision offers 40x brighter highlights and up to 12-bit color depth on compatible TVs.
You can find out whether your TV supports Dolby Vision or not by pressing the button Xbox to open the guide and selecting Profile and System > Settings > General > TV & Display Options > 4K TV Details.Read also
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According to Forbes , Dolby said it is “working closely with TV manufacturers to make Dolby Vision for gaming as seamless and automatic for as many TVs as possible” when the technology rolls out to all users of the Xbox Series X/S.
It also plans to announce which specific games will take full advantage of Dolby Vision by incorporating it into their graphics engines.
A Microsoft recently detailed the May 2021 Xbox system update. It features improvements to Quick Resume, including improved reliability and faster load times, pass-through audio for media apps, and the ability to approve multiplayer games for kids by specific titles.
And on Wednesday it released new accessibility features that are also initially available to Xbox Insiders. Xbox Party Chat now supports speech-to-text transcription and speech-to-text synthesis.
Either of these features (or both working together) can be used to help players who are deaf or hard of hearing and/or who cannot or choose not to speak to participate in Xbox Party Chat without special accommodation from others in the group, ” said Microsoft.
“They are also often useful for detecting mic issues or distinguishing game audio from people at the party talking!”