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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrant69samael69
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When I have this logo on a 4K case, is that the same as the HDR10 option in DVDP? They both use the same little rainbow logo.

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IMO, yes.
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Or it will have this on the front cover:

https://hd-report.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Fantastic-Beasts-and-Where-to-Find-Them-Blu-ray-2up.jpg

or this on the back cover:

http://whysoblu.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Jason-Bourne-4K-Case-Rear.jpg
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Having the checkbox as "HDR10" confused people I think. This is actually the basic HDR for 4K, I'm guessing it was given the name to differentiate it from HDR+ and any other upcoming format names. Basically, if the cover references HDR on it somewhere then check the box. Dolby Vision currently is an option (ie: discs will have both) where available but there aren't many of them.
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Having the checkbox as "HDR10" confused people I think. This is actually the basic HDR for 4K, I'm guessing it was given the name to differentiate it from HDR+ and any other upcoming format names. Basically, if the cover references HDR on it somewhere then check the box. Dolby Vision currently is an option (ie: discs will have both) where available but there aren't many of them.

No, HDR10 is a well defined technical term. All the logos and marketing names are intended to pretend something not really given (4k does NOT include HDR per se)...

Though it is not easy to determine the real technical specifications of each single disc, it is correct to use these technical terms for DVDp. When native HDR12 will arise, it should be added too...
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So I'm new to 4K but have a few discs that say they have HDR but no other details. Do those get the HDR10 box checked?
In fact, of 7 discs I own 5 say only HDR, the other 2 have the logo in the OP. All are BB exclusive steelbooks if that means anything (Guardians 2, Kong, Resident Evil: Final Chapter and Vendetta, and Wonder Woman aret he ones without any other logos of info)
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So I'm new to 4K but have a few discs that say they have HDR but no other details. Do those get the HDR10 box checked?
In fact, of 7 discs I own 5 say only HDR, the other 2 have the logo in the OP. All are BB exclusive steelbooks if that means anything (Guardians 2, Kong, Resident Evil: Final Chapter and Vendetta, and Wonder Woman aret he ones without any other logos of info)

Yes, HDR10 is the simplest HDR implementation. In fact the only one which regularly used today.
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