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Godzilla: KotM UHD only steams in HDX

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    Godzilla: KotM UHD only steams in HDX

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters purchased/redeemed in 4K/UHD streaming only in HDX. VUDU's player only shows streams in SD and HDX, no option for UHD. How so I go about getting the UHD stream?

    #2
    Originally posted by Cybertooth View Post
    Godzilla: King of the Monsters purchased/redeemed in 4K/UHD streaming only in HDX. VUDU's player only shows streams in SD and HDX, no option for UHD. How so I go about getting the UHD stream?
    What device are you using? I just tried this title on my Roku and it's playing in both 4k HDR and Atmos.

    324 UHD
    785 HDX
    3 SD

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      #3
      Originally posted by lujan View Post

      What device are you using? I just tried this title on my Roku and it's playing in both 4k HDR and Atmos.

      324 UHD
      785 HDX
      3 SD
      I'm a little unsure of what you are referring to by "device."

      I'm streaming through a Samsung 4K disk player which is connected to a fairly recently purchased Samsung 4KSUHD, 8000 series, I think. I'm also using the proper connection cables for 4K definition. The signal comes from my modem (ATT 2-Wire Gateway), which gives me plenty of signal/bandwidth/Mbps or whatever it's called these days.I'm sorry but I haven't kept up with the proper tech terms as of late.

      I like using the 4K player for streaming because it makes a much stronger wireless connection than the Samsung TV.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Cybertooth View Post

        I'm a little unsure of what you are referring to by "device."

        I'm streaming through a Samsung 4K disk player which is connected to a fairly recently purchased Samsung 4KSUHD, 8000 series, I think. I'm also using the proper connection cables for 4K definition. The signal comes from my modem (ATT 2-Wire Gateway), which gives me plenty of signal/bandwidth/Mbps or whatever it's called these days.I'm sorry but I haven't kept up with the proper tech terms as of late.

        I like using the 4K player for streaming because it makes a much stronger wireless connection than the Samsung TV.

        Often Vudu doesn?t support 4K using the apps on 4K Blu-ray players. Many 4K ?devices? (4K Blu-ray, TV?s, etc) that support 4K output don?t work with 4K with their Vudu app.

        does it say you own 4K but device doesn?t support 4K?

        That said have you tried other titles you own in 4K the same way? Do they work?

        i own the same title in 4K and tested on numerous devices that support 4K Vudu app on their respective 4K displays and hr title streams in 4K on all on my numerous devices.

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          #5
          Originally posted by jeremymc7 View Post


          Often Vudu doesn?t support 4K using the apps on 4K Blu-ray players. Many 4K ?devices? (4K Blu-ray, TV?s, etc) that support 4K output don?t work with 4K with their Vudu app.

          does it say you own 4K but device doesn?t support 4K?

          That said have you tried other titles you own in 4K the same way? Do they work?

          i own the same title in 4K and tested on numerous devices that support 4K Vudu app on their respective 4K displays and hr title streams in 4K on all on my numerous devices.

          Jeremymc, when I purchase from my PC I get that message about UHD not supported. However, I don't get that when purchasing through the TV. Would it make a difference if I used a player or app (MoviesAnywhere, FandangoNOW, Amazon, etc?

          Also, what equipment do you suggest, in order to see the VUDU movies in UHD?

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            #6
            Last night I experimented with the TV and it does show in UHD! Suggestions are still appreciated and "thank you" for everyone's help.

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