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tfuentes3

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Jun 11, 2016
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Just noticed by accident that HDR content is now enabled on YouTube's website using the latest version of Chrome, even at 4K 60FPS!

Tested on an entry level iMac 5K 2017.
 

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iMacDragon

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does it screw the tone mapping of bright skies and similar as much as it does on macbook?
 
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tfuentes3

macrumors newbie
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Jun 11, 2016
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Mexico City
did it drop frames?

Looks perfect at 4K HDR, but seems to struggle very little with 4K 60 HDR... 1440p 60 HDR, however, looks absolutely great.
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does it screw the tone mapping of bright skies and similar as much as it does on macbook?
The colors are very intense and I didn’t notice anything overblown (Even though this is an LCD panel)
 
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Take Wata

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Jul 10, 2020
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Is the HDR function on YouTube still available for MacBook? I had watched it until the end of June. But I cannot see it now. The configuration of my device is MacBook Pro (2019, 13inch) with Chrome.
 
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