Your browser is not Javascript enable or you have turn it off. We recommend you to activate for better security reasonInfuse for Apple TV & iOS now supports Dolby Vision - FlatpanelsHD

Infuse for Apple TV & iOS now supports Dolby Vision

02 Aug 2019 | Rasmus Larsen |

The latest version of the Infuse media player app (version 6.1.4) brings support for Dolby Vision HDR video to Apple TV and iOS.

Apple TV and iOS

Together with Plex, Infuse is one of the most popular media player apps for Apple TV. Infuse has supported 4K HDR video playback since the launch of Apple TV 4K and the latest update adds Dolby Vision support. FireCore, the company behind Infuse, notes that only single-layer Dolby Vision is supported at this time. The company is continually adding new features. Version 6.1.4 includes no other major new features but in recent months Infuse has gained support for Plex Collections, iCloud libraries, integration with Box, Google Drive and OneDrive, and more.

 Infuse 6

However, Infuse still lacks support for another Dolby format, namely Dolby Atmos audio. That is because tvOS is currently limiting Dolby Atmos support to online streaming services (and Dolby Digital Plus). Infuse version 6.1.4 is a free update for users who have purchased Infuse 6. - Source: FireCore



Latest news

TV energy labels

New TV energy labels: Before and after

05 Mar 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |
Xbox Series X energy

Report: Xbox Series X/S 'instant on' could cost users $500m in the US alone

04 Mar 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |
Mimi on Philips TV

Philips 2021 TVs can match sound to your individual hearing profile

04 Mar 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |
Reavon UHD Blu-ray players

Two new UHD Blu-ray players from newcomer Reavon launching in April

03 Mar 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |
PlayStation Video

Sony PlayStation Store will no longer offer movie purchases & rentals

03 Mar 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |
Samsung 2021 TV

Samsung 2021 TV line-up

02 Mar 2021 | Flatpanels |
SmartThings for Nvidia Shield

Samsung SmartThings on Nvidia Shield: Your home will soon stop working

02 Mar 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |
EU energy label 2021

New, stricter EU energy labels for TVs specify SDR & HDR consumption

01 Mar 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |