Does Peacock Have Dolby Vision & HDR10?

Peacock Dolby Vision HDR10 logos

Does the Peacock streaming service offer Dolby Vision and HDR10 High Dynamic Range formats? Yes, it does!

Streaming service Peacock added 4k UHD content in the summer of 2022 and some of those titles feature High Dynamic Range via either Dolby Vision or HDR10. Unlike other streaming platforms which tend to label all HDR titles either Dolby Vision or HDR depending on the screen or device, Peacock indicates which HDR type is used for a particular title. This is a handy reference so viewers know which HDR spec is being streamed on their particular device.

Dolby Vision is a propriety HDR format that can change dynamically from scene to scene during playback. HDR10 is an open-source format that loads upon the startup of a video stream but does not change. The newest version of the format named HDR10+, however, fixes that limitation. HDR (which stands for High Dynamic Range) is a video specification that increases color depth on content, devices, and screens that support it.

Peacock also offers Dolby Atmos audio on select titles. Dolby Atmos is an object-based audio format that can deliver immersive, multi-channel audio including overhead effects. Read: How to Get Dolby Atmos Sound To Work

See a list of movies and shows available on Peacock in 4k UHD, Dolby Vision/HDR10, Dolby Digital 5.1 & Dolby Atmos