HDR is a standard that allows us to have images with greater dynamic range, resulting in images with more contrast and visual power. We will have different results depending on the HDR applied since the purity of black and white will depend on it. Within our Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S we can activate or not the HDR..
Keep in mind that in order to have HDR on Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S we must have a good quality transfer cable, a monitor compatible with HDR and games that are also compatible. Activating only the option on Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S we will not be able to get HDR if we do not have the previous elements. Once you have everything, we are going to put our HDR on Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S.
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How to enable HDR on Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S
The first thing will be to enter the "Settings" option of our Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S.
Now click on the "General" category.
Then within here we will click on "TV and screen options".
The next thing will be to click on the "Video modes" option.
Here we can activate the "Allow HDR10" and "Automatic HDR" options as long as our monitor is compatible with this configuration.
To know the compatibility of your monitor or TV, we can click on "4K TV details".
Here it will specify whether or not you are compatible with image options such as HDR. Remember that not all games support HDR Mode.
In this way we will know how to activate HDR on Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S and know if our TV is compatible with HDR or not..