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Still Unable to Watch UHD on PC Microsoft App

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  • Fix Me
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    ViperGeek, I see in the link you posted that Fox and Disney studio's movies are restricted to HDX on PC. So, that's interesting. I was attempting to play Joker, which is a WB movie, so I don't think that had anything to do with my issue. I get that my HTPC may not work since it doesn't have an Nvidia card, but, at least according to the listed requirements, my gaming PC should work. I too spent $0.99 on the HEVC stuff.

    Gaming PC specs:

    Intel 9700k
    32GB RAM
    500GB SSD
    3TB HDD
    Nvidia RTX 2080 Super
    HEVC Video Extensions
    Windows 10 Pro 1909

    Download speeds: ~100Mbps
    And I have a 4k TV attached to a Denon x2400h AVR
    The most baffling thing to me is that my HTPC will play UHD discs (which requires very specifc hardware) and neither it nor my gaming PC will play VUDU 4K content.

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  • ViperGeek
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    I have a Razer Blade 15 Advanced (mid-2019) with a 4K OLED display, Intel i7-9750H "Coffee Lake" processor and integrated Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU (along side a GeForce RTX 2080 GPU), and even following all the instructions listed here:

    https://vudu.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/407/~/how-do-i-watch-my-vudu-4k-uhd-movies-on-my-windows-10-device

    it still won't play videos any higher than "HDX". I even wasted $0.99 on the HEVC plugin from Microsoft, but nothing seems to convince VUDU to play in "UHD" quality.

    - Dave

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  • Fix Me
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    Originally posted by Bickle View Post
    You need to use your motherboards video output, there are no external GPU?s that are certified for 4K DRM
    I know that's true for UHD playback with players like Cyberlink PowerDVD (where you have to use an Intel integrated GPU), but VUDU's requirements state that it needs an Nvidia card and doesn't state it needs to be integrated. That said, I can't get UHD playback on either my HTPC that can play UHD with PowerDVD or my gaming PC that has an Nvidia 2080. It would be nice if we could get some kind of feedback on what component was failing whatever checks they have in place.

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  • Bickle
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    You need to use your motherboards video output, there are no external GPU?s that are certified for 4K DRM

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  • Demizues
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    Same issue here wish they would get this resolved i like my 4k.
    I am a little upset with vudu they say 4k uhd is capale now on pc, but it doesn't work.

    My specs-
    intel i5-9600k 9th gen cpu on 300 series motherboard
    samsung 970 evo plus m.2 ssd
    geforce gtx 1660 ti
    32gb gskill 2666 ram
    latest version of windows 10 pro 64-bit
    hevc extension from microsoft
    vudu app
    lg 4k uhd tv hdr10 with hdmi 2.0, hdcp 2.2 runs 4k at 3840x2160, 60 refresh on everything but Vudu.
    i can use microsoft movies and tv app to watch my uhd movies in 4k, but not Vudu app, problem is that not all my Vudu movies show up in ms movie app.
    so what gives here???

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  • Rooseter7080
    started a topic Still Unable to Watch UHD on PC Microsoft App

    Still Unable to Watch UHD on PC Microsoft App

    Since July I have been unable to watch UHD content on my 4K and have been wondering when this will be resolved.
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