Will xbox one support 1080p HDR like PS4 does?

Discus and support Will xbox one support 1080p HDR like PS4 does? in XBoX Games and Apps to solve the problem; I have an Epson 5040ub projector. It doesn't do full 4k but it does take a 4k signal and does a great job of enhancing 1080p to look really close to... Discussion in 'XBoX Games and Apps' started by jdonnelly1977, Mar 29, 2019.

  1. Will xbox one support 1080p HDR like PS4 does?


    I have an Epson 5040ub projector. It doesn't do full 4k but it does take a 4k signal and does a great job of enhancing 1080p to look really close to 4k.

    Problem is that I can watch a 4k HDR disc, but when it comes to streaming movies (netflix, hulu, etc) or trying to play an HDR enabled game, the Xbox simply refuses to acknowledge the projector's HDR10 capabilities.

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    jdonnelly1977, Mar 29, 2019
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  2. Obsessive Power Win User

    Xbox One S and HDR

    Ummm cause only 4k tvs support hdr

    Even on a ps4 pro

    Hate to burst your bubble but hdr is only meant for 4k tv

    Hdr sets res at 1440p or.higher and allows.for advance color control.only available on 4k res

    The only things that play in hdr on xbox one s is 4k bluray and 4k streaming

    If you tried this on a 1080p tv you will have blurry lines instead of a good picture

    Because you are trying to squeeze too much res into a 1080p

    Hdr onlybworks when the tv and player support HDR and 1080p tvs dont

    Neither dods a ps4 slim or originsl

    Only pro units do and xbox ome s and .x
    That's not strictly true. There are some 1080P TV's that support HDR, but not many of them. HDR is for colour output, it has nothing to do with the picture resolution of the content. Not sue why you think it would have 'blurry lines'?

    Also need to correct you on few more things here:

    HDR for the Xbox One S - if you're using a 4K display - is not limited to UHD Blu-ray or Streaming services, it can also be used in Xbox One games that have HDR support.

    All PS4 consoles support HDR, it's not locked behind the Pro console. They will also do HDR at 1080P.

    But to the original poster:

    There isn't just one type of HDR

    Likely the true reason for HDR not being supported for the Xbox One S and 1080P is one of technology. There isn't just one type of HDR, there are several, HDR8, HDR10 and Dolby Vision to name a few. Those few 1080P displays with HDR, likely only support
    the early HDR standards. Sure, it's HDR, but good HDR?
  3. Mr Crynox Win User

    1080P HDR support

    Hi,

    Only the Xbox One S and the One X support HDR. HDR isn't linked to resolution, so, technically, HDR can work at 1080P. However, in the interest of not confusing consumers, Microsoft have locked HDR to 4K displays only, which is mostly industry standard
    anyway. I'm pretty sure even 1440P doesn't support HDR on One S or One X either.
    I understand that HDR is not related to resolution and that most 1080P displays that do support it are less common that 4K displays, but there are definitely models that do, mine included.

    I can play PS4 games on 1080P with HDR but not XB1 games.. I don't understand why MS isn't supporting HDR alongside 1080P ?
  4. Paul1708 Win User

    1080P HDR support

    Hi,

    Only the Xbox One S and the One X support HDR. HDR isn't linked to resolution, so, technically, HDR can work at 1080P. However, in the interest of not confusing consumers, Microsoft have locked HDR to 4K displays only, which is mostly industry standard
    anyway. I'm pretty sure even 1440P doesn't support HDR on One S or One X either.

    I understand that HDR is not related to resolution and that most 1080P displays that do support it are less common that 4K displays, but there are definitely models that do, mine included.

    I can play PS4 games on 1080P with HDR but not XB1 games.. I don't understand why MS isn't supporting HDR alongside 1080P ?
    Sure its a good point but its proberly about demand. There isnt really any 1080p TVS on the market that support HDR so why would they. However if you would like too see this then you can leave feedback and ideas here feedback.xbox.com
  5. ngocphi Win User

    Xbox One S and HDR

    Ummm cause only 4k tvs support hdr

    Even on a ps4 pro

    Hate to burst your bubble but hdr is only meant for 4k tv

    Hdr sets res at 1440p or.higher and allows.for advance color control.only available on 4k res

    The only things that play in hdr on xbox one s is 4k bluray and 4k streaming

    If you tried this on a 1080p tv you will have blurry lines instead of a good picture

    Because you are trying to squeeze too much res into a 1080p

    Hdr onlybworks when the tv and player support HDR and 1080p tvs dont

    Neither dods a ps4 slim or originsl

    Only pro units do and xbox ome s and .x
  6. FreakRoach Win User

    Will xbox one support 1080p HDR like PS4 does?

    1080p with HDR does work on Xbox One S and X. However, you do not have any control over choosing the resolution i.e. you can say you want to play a 4K game as 1080p.

    Even before Xbox One X came out you could still play HDR games on Xbox One S without 4K such as Forza Horizon 3, Gears of War 4, Scalebound etc.
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