Three modes of operation are supported for the most flexibility in 4K/UHD/HD/SD resolutions over HDMI:
Dynamic Dolby Vision Metadata mode: This mode provides Dolby Vision Metadata tunneling over HDMI from Streambox Chroma Encoders and Dolby Vision enabled Color Grading software. In this mode, Dolby Vision supported TV’s will switch into the correct color space and gamma without the need for end user configuration
Dolby Vision Absolute mode: This provides HDR video without tone mapping while preserving color space, video levels and gamma. Master monitor peak brightness is used as a clipping ceiling. Dolby Vision compatible TV is required for Absolute Mode.
Standard Dynamic Range mode: This provides a workflow for non-Dolby Vision monitors with support for Rec.709, 8-bit, 4:4:4 output for 4k/UHD/HD/SD video.
Note: Dolby Vision 12-bit support is available only when the Chroma+ HDMI output is connected directly to the HDMI input of a Dolby Vision compatible TVs
Secure remote control allows remote management and configuration of the device.
Chroma+ can be integrated with multiple Streambox platform solutions, such as Cloud, Review sessions, Annotation and variety of H/W and S/W products.