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    Definitely curious what Phil has to say about this display.

    I assume this would work with the 2013 ‘trashcan’ Mac Pro?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franck Tabouring View Post
    Definitely curious what Phil has to say about this display.

    I assume this would work with the 2013 ‘trashcan’ Mac Pro?
    I'm putting it through it's paces. I am indeed Dolby Certified over here, but the bigger stuff going on is some of the upcoming Dolby Vision related stuff regarding workflows and certification for entry level grading setups even.

    The premiere and premium display tech is certainly the golden standard, but it's not exactly 3 years ago and the needle is constantly moving in this rapidly emerging HDR world.

    Standby. I'm working on it with the big D for a while now.
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    Thanks Phil for the update! I'm really interested in the Dolby Vision Workflows you mentioned above.
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    The New Dell UP3221q Tested and Reviewed!



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    Dell M&E Solution UP3221Q & U4919DW UltraSharp Displays


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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    The New Dell UP3221q Tested and Reviewed!
    I don't think this is a legit test if they didn't use a 3rd-party probe and calibration software like Light Illusion or Calman. That will really tell you what the display can do with Rec709 and HDR. I'm not impressed with what I see.

    There are critics and technicians who are doing this now, and I look forward to their results. I'm skeptical that you can make a mastering-grade display for less than $30,000-$40,000, but miracles do happen sometimes.
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    Marc,


    Yeah, as Jake Blackstone said, it will be great for use in making high quality HDR Youtube videos but not so much for Dolby Vision Hollywood features. But I personally, if I could afford it, would only use it for Dolby Vision hifg quality HDR youtube videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    The New Dell UP3221q Tested and Reviewed!



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    I couldn't stop laughing when he started talking about "investing in very expensive scientific monitor"
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    Jake,

    I just took that phrase as him using shorthand for Flanders Scientific, but maybe he did just mean Scientific who knows. But I think , for right know, you still will have to have a Flanders or Sony pro Monitor to hang with the Big Boys of Hollywood.
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    Dell mini-LED 4K HDR Monitor Review: Setting the Bar at $5,000


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