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HDR10 Support Is Now Available On Vudu

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    HDR10 Support Is Now Available On Vudu

    THANK YOU ! ! !


    So as a follow-up; we should be seeing those other 4K titles that were missing from Vudu until HDR10 was available ?

    Specially movies which weren?t available previously on Vudu and wouldn?t be until Vudu added HDR10 and thus were purchased elsewhere and added to UV or MA as UHD but only appeared on Vudu as HDX.

    This is is the same problem I?m having with Harry Potter first year. Shows as UHD on FandangoNOW and in my UV locker but on Vudu it?s still only HDX even though it?s now available in UHD.

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    Topic: 4K HDR10 UHD: ""Any movies that you have previously purchased on Vudu in 4K UHD that qualify for an HDR10 update will be viewable in 4K HDR. ...""
    ?> Does this mean that SONY, Columbia and Lionsgate _Ultraviolet_ movies will be available in 4K on VUDU soon?
    I have a number of "UV 4K" movies in my "UV FOOTLOCKER" which I am currently unable to stream with VUDU in 4K: AKA: Fifth Element, Dark Tower, and at "Movies Anywhere": CARS-3.. ...just to name a few.

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      #3
      Originally posted by DVD2955 View Post
      Topic: 4K HDR10 UHD: ""Any movies that you have previously purchased on Vudu in 4K UHD that qualify for an HDR10 update will be viewable in 4K HDR. ...""
      ?> Does this mean that SONY, Columbia and Lionsgate _Ultraviolet_ movies will be available in 4K on VUDU soon?
      I have a number of "UV 4K" movies in my "UV FOOTLOCKER" which I am currently unable to stream with VUDU in 4K: AKA: Fifth Element, Dark Tower, and at "Movies Anywhere": CARS-3.. ...just to name a few.
      Cars 3 being a Disney movie wouldn?t be UV or in your UV locker. Are you talking about your MA (Movies Anywhere) instead?

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        #4
        Originally posted by jeremymc7 View Post

        Cars 3 being a Disney movie wouldn?t be UV or in your UV locker. Are you talking about your MA (Movies Anywhere) instead?
        "UV 4K" movies in my "UV FOOTLOCKER" (www.myuv.com) which I am currently unable to stream with VUDU in 4K:
        AKA: Fifth Element, Dark Tower...
        and at "Movies Anywhere":
        CARS-3..
        ...just to name a few.

        It is my understanding that "MA" movies will not port to VUDU as 4K/UHD at this time... even if listed in the "UV FOOTLOCKER" as 4K/UHD

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          #5
          The Mummy (2017) is now available in UHD HDR on Vudu. I think this is the first HDR exclusive for Vudu.

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            #6
            Originally posted by dunnvudu View Post
            The Mummy (2017) is now available in UHD HDR on Vudu. I think this is the first HDR exclusive for Vudu.
            What do you mean "... HDR exclusive..."? This title is already UHD/HDR on FandangoNow so how could it be an exclusive?

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              #7
              Originally posted by lujan View Post

              What do you mean "... HDR exclusive..."? This title is already UHD/HDR on FandangoNow so how could it be an exclusive?

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              All the other UHD movies on Vudu were available in Dolby Vision. This is the first movie only viewable in HDR.

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                #8
                Originally posted by dunnvudu View Post

                All the other UHD movies on Vudu were available in Dolby Vision. This is the first movie only viewable in HDR.
                No, there were quite a few Warner Bros. UHD titles that have been HDR-10 on Vudu for a couple of weeks now viewable on the Roku or Nvidia Shield and probably other devices:

                https://plus.google.com/u/0/11593935...ts/GUbxNgEVTTV

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by lujan View Post

                  No, there were quite a few Warner Bros. UHD titles that have been HDR-10 on Vudu for a couple of weeks now viewable on the Roku or Nvidia Shield and probably other devices:

                  https://plus.google.com/u/0/11593935...ts/GUbxNgEVTTV

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                  Wrong. Those movies are also available in Dolby Vision as well. The Mummy is only available in HDR. Thats what my original post was about.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by dunnvudu View Post

                    Wrong. Those movies are also available in Dolby Vision as well. The Mummy is only available in HDR. Thats what my original post was about.
                    Oh, ok... but it was never an exclusive since you could view it on FandangoNow in 4k HDR as well so that's what got me confused.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by lujan View Post

                      Oh, ok... but it was never an exclusive since you could view it on FandangoNow in 4k HDR as well so that's what got me confused.

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                      I never said a retailer exclusive. I said HDR exclusive. It's been on iTunes as well. I think we are all aware of that.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by dunnvudu View Post

                        I never said a retailer exclusive. I said HDR exclusive. It's been on iTunes as well. I think we are all aware of that.
                        You could have been clearer because "HDR exclusive" can still mean that you can only watch it in HDR on Vudu.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by lujan View Post

                          You could have been clearer because "HDR exclusive" can still mean that you can only watch it in HDR on Vudu.

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                          Next time, I will draw it on chalk board and maybe post some pictures.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by dunnvudu View Post

                            Next time, I?ll write it on chalk board and maybe post some pictures.
                            Sounds like a plan...

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by dunnvudu View Post

                              Next time, I will draw it on chalk board and maybe post some pictures.


                              LOL

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