What is Color Depth on TV?

    1. Color depth is the number of colors that each pixel can display.
    2. Color depth is also referred to as pixel depth or bit depth.
    3. The higher the color depth, the more colors an image can display which determines overall picture quality.
    4. For instance, to watch high dynamic range films such as Bluray requires a 10-bit color depth.
    5. This means 10 bits are used to encode the red, green, and blue colors for each pixel in the image.
    6. A 10-bit color depth results in a range of 1.07 billion possible colors to display images.


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