Hueblog: Philips Hue 4.47: Update improves Hue Sync function

Philips Hue 4.47: Update improves Hue Sync function

Adjust the brightness of the lights

Yesterday evening, Philips Hue released another update of its official app in the App Store. With version 4.47, the manufacturer improves the Sync function in the entertainment area.

The update description in the App Store says: “Love syncing your lights with the content on your screen, but feel like one is just too bright? Use the new Brightness balancer to adjust the maximum brightness of each light in your Entertainment area to get the perfect syncing experience for you.”

You can find the new option in the settings of the Hue app in the “Entertainment areas” section. There you select the desired area and can access the new “Brightness slider” item directly under the lamp placement. Here you can adjust the maximum brightness of all lamps in the entertainment area individually with a slider.

‎Philips Hue
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Philips Hue
Philips Hue
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In den letzten Jahren habe ich mich zu einem echten Experten in Sachen Hue & HomeKit entwickelt. Mittlerweile habe ich über 50 Lampen und zahlreiche Schalter im Einsatz. In meinem kleinen Blog teile ich meine Erfahrungen gerne mit euch.

Comments 4 replies

  1. I’m gonna guess this update is to blame,… starting this morning all my dimmer switches are experiencing SIGNIFICANT delays per button press

  2. No else seen the new feature for natural light on motion sensors and switches yet?

    Had a few days now and can’t see any reports of it.

    1. I noticed it today. It’s available for motion sensors but not switches.

    2. I also noticed that setting it to sensors doesn’t consume Hue bridge rules. Previously I had an issue with Hue essentials that my complex daylight rules filled the whole bridge, but with the natural lights I do not have that issue. Well done Philips!

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