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Chrome 97 Beta Released With WebTransport API, HDR Media Queries

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  • #21
    Google is also getting rid of the granular controls over cookies and site data in Chrome 97, to improve user tracking for their Ad business.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by brucethemoose View Post

      More than a simple yes/no would be useful information to have, right? HDR support on displays varies widely, and something that might look decent on the web designer's display could look absolutely terrible on a user's technically-HDR-capable monitor that really shouldn't be advertised as "HDR."
      HDR in general is a huge mess. Some monitors just do variable brightness on the entire screen, some have 16 lights and some have 384.
      Why couldn't we just send the video data as 16-bit float or even 10-bit with 0-255 blacker than black, 256-767 main and 768-1023 whiter than white?

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