Amazon HDR has this week enabled, or High Dynamic Range streaming exclusively for its Prime members based in the US, for no additional cost.
The company is now offering episodes of its original series in high dynamic range (HDR), providing viewers with improved contrast, enhances highlights and more distinct shadows to enrich the viewing experience and colours.
Amazon Prime members can start watching Mozart in the Jungle in HDR via the Amazon Video app on Samsung SUHD TVs. Michael Paull, Vice President of Digital Video at Amazon explained in todays press release :
HDR is a technical innovation that provides a truly stunning viewing experience and we’re thrilled to be the first to offer this unmatched picture quality. – We can’t wait for our Prime members to watch and re-watch Mozart in the Jungle in HDR at no additional cost to their membership, and we look forward to adding more titles and devices that support HDR this year.
Back in 2014 Amazon began offering its Prime members the ability to view 4K Ultra HD movies and TV episodes and you can expect more HDR media to be made available over the coming months. No details have been announced as yet my Amazon as to when we can expect HDR support to roll out worldwide. But as soon as any more information is announced we will keep you updated.
Source: AmazonFiled Under: Displays News, Entertainment News, Technology News