HDR videos will be marked with an HDR badge in the player or on the video page. Videos created and uploaded in Dolby Vision will be marked with a Dolby Vision badge.
Note: Due to the many layers of transcoding that take place with HDR formats such as Dolby Vision, lower qualities of a video will be available first while additional transcoding takes place in the background. If you are uploading HDR10 or Dolby Vision videos, be sure to allow extra time for your video to fully transcode to be available in Dolby Vision.
In this article:
- Supported Viewing Environments
- Supported Browsers
- Supported Devices
- Supported Operating Systems
- Vimeo Mobile App
To watch an HDR video, you’ll need to have an HDR10 supported screen. Likewise, to view a Dolby Vision video, you will need a device that supports Dolby Vision. Consult the documentation from your manufacturer to confirm the capabilities of your viewing hardware.
If you are viewing from an environment that does not support HDR10 or Dolby Vision, our player will deliver wide color gamut (increased color) playback files. For devices that do not support advanced color technologies in any capacity, we’ll automatically default to standard SDR playback.
- Safari 14+ (iOS or macOS Big Sur only)
- Supported Mac devices are listed by Apple at: Play HDR video on Mac
- Apple TV 4K and above (connected to an HDR10-supported TV or monitor)
- iPhone 8 and above
- iPad Pro 2nd generation and above
- A complete iOS device list from Apple can be found at 'Play and record HDR video on iPhone or iPad'
Supported Operating Systems
- iOS 11+
- tvOS (using the Vimeo App)
- macOS Big Sur (11.1 and above)
Note: As the video market continues to adopt HDR and HDR formats such as Dolby Vision, this list will continue to grow.
Vimeo Mobile App
Dolby Vision and HDR10 playback is available in the Vimeo mobile app for iOS, but not for Android.