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Xbox launches Dolby Vision to boost gaming experience

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The Xbox Series X|S is the first to fully support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos

Xbox gamers can now take advantage of enhanced visuals with Dolby Vision while gaming on the Series X and S consoles.

The Xbox Series X|S is the first to fully support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for the console's gaming.

Xbox says there is more than 100 next-gen HDR titles available now or coming soon in Dolby Atmos.

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Thousands of classic HDR10 and Auto ADR games will also get a picture quality bump through Dolby Vision on the Xbox Series X|S.

But what is Dolby Vision?

It's the next step, while small, above a 4K display - a full-spectrum, visual boost.

While it's not adding any pixels or the like, Dolby Vision boosts the vibrancy on compatible TVs, creating more vivid colours, brightness and contrast support.

Xbox previously enabled Dolby Vision for its streaming apps in 2018, but this is the first time we've experienced Dolby Vision through gaming.

Xbox owners are the first of the next-gen gamers to take advantage of the upgrade, but only if their TVs allow it.

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To check if your TV is compatible with Dolby Vision you'll need to check your Xbox's settings.

Here's how to check if your TV is compatible:

Head to Settings > General > TV & display options > 4K TV details then Enable Dolby Vision on Xbox Series X|S.

If you don't see it there you may need to check your TVs display settings and make sure its gaming mode or low-latency mode is enabled.

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You can also check out the Dolby website to see if your TV supports Dolby Vision.

Source: 9News

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