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Tokyo Olympics: Where and how to watch the games in 4K/8K, HDR, Dolby Atmos

23 Jul 2021 | Flatpanels |

The Tokyo Olympics is underway and depending on where you are in the world you can enjoy the games in up to 8K resolution with HDR and 22.2-channel audio. Here is an overview.

Tokyo Olympics in UHD

Writer on FlatpanelsHD and the man behind the 'Ultra HD 4k news' twitter channel, Yoeri Geutskens, has created an overview of where and how to watch the Tokyo Olympics 2020 in 8K/4K, HDR, and immersive audio including Dolby Atmos. Enjoy and may the best athletes win! Legend:
  • OTT = Over-the-top, i.e. streaming
  • DTH = Direct-to-home via satellite
  • DTT = Digital Terrestrial TV
  • Cable = Cable TV
  • IPTV = IPTV channel
  • HLG = Hybrid Log Gamma can transmit SDR and HDR in the same signal
  • SDR = Standard Dynamic Range, meaning no HDR in the signal
  • Olympics in 4K HDR

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