Thanks for the interview, Phil. I feel you asked all the right questions.
I'm in a not untypical situation; I think I understand this, but I've a nagging doubt that I've got it wrong.
I suppose my question is, if you play back an IMEX-Enhanced disc on a 'normal' player, amp and display, and the display is correctly calibrated, will we see what the disc-maker intended or not?
If the answer is yes, what's the point of an IMAX-Enhanced display?
If the answer is no...I suspect that raises a hundred new questions.
If they all look like their Incredible Planet disc, count me in regardlessIMAX and DTS respond to Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos with a "Me too" ticket for a train that has already left the station.
Great questions asked Phil.
I wonder if there is a partnership between IMAX Enhanced and HDR10+? I only ask because (from memory) the first IMAX Enhanced discs were also the first HDR10+ discs.
I echo the comments above and can't say that I'm particularly enthused about IMAX enhanced certified AVRs, TVs and the like.