While the Xbox One X and Xbox One S have featured High Dynamic Range (HDR) support from launch, technical limitations have restrained both consoles. Adopting the open HDR10 standard, this brings enriched colors across supported content, with increased contrast ratios and a wider color gamut.
With the October 2018 Xbox Update, Microsoft is now debuting support for Dolby Vision, opening the console to a new range of HDR displays. If you have a compatible display, here’s how to take full advantage with Xbox One.
Getting started with Xbox One Dolby Vision
To use Dolby Vision on Xbox One, you’ll need to connect your console to a compatible display. Initial support is limited to a small range of TVs from LG, Sony, and Funai. To see if your TV is supported right now, check our roundup of displays that support Dolby Vision on Xbox One in 2018.
For a deeper dive into Dolby Vision HDR on Xbox One, don’t miss our complete guide.
How to enable Dolby Vision HDR on Xbox One
- Open the Settings app on Xbox One.
- Navigate to the Display & sound tab.
- Select the Video output tile.
- Select Video modes.
- Enable the Allow Dolby Vision checkbox.
- Restart your Xbox One console.
After following these steps, Dolby Vision is automatically enabled once supported content appears on-screen.
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