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    #16
    Originally posted by dunnvudu View Post
    Only The Brave is now in UHD.
    Hopefully that movie will eventually be available on Ultraviolet. Fandangonow has it as an Ultraviolet movie but VUDU only has it as Movies Anywhere right now

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      #17
      Talking about Only The Brave UHD I purchased it off of itunes and one day later Vudu makes it available in 4k but, I can't watch it in 4k on Vudu its only in HDX. This is a MA title why is the UHD version I paid for not unlocked on Vudu as well?

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        #18
        Despite VUDU promising to get app for Apple TV up to snuff they haven?t. So maybe VUDU did give up?

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          #19
          Originally posted by toondog View Post
          Talking about Only The Brave UHD I purchased it off of itunes and one day later Vudu makes it available in 4k but, I can't watch it in 4k on Vudu its only in HDX. This is a MA title why is the UHD version I paid for not unlocked on Vudu as well?
          Unlink and relink Vudu from MA and it should update.

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            #20
            Originally posted by netnothing View Post

            Unlink and relink Vudu from MA and it should update.
            That worked thanks!

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              #21
              Originally posted by JeffreyVUDU View Post
              Vudu is 100%, absolutely, definitely, fo'sho NOT giving up on UHD.
              Many of the titles listed in this forum will be available soon.
              We know getting 4K available on the same date as release for digital or disc is extremely important. Unfortunately, many times things can go wrong from the technology, process, quality control or studio approval, or other standpoints that delay release. Unfortunately, more than you'd expect, we have no control over those factors.

              Thank you all, though, for staying with Vudu, on top of things, and sharing your frustrations. Your feedback is noticed and does help us keep us (and our partners) focused.


              Hi Jeffrey,

              I've been a Vudu member since February of 2012 and I too have been disappointed in the slow progression of UHD available on Vudu. Since I joined in 2012 I have accumulated almost 900 digital copies. Below I've posted a list of UHD titles offered on Fandango NOW but not on Vudu. Fandango also has many of the same UHD titles Vudu offers too. Some of the older titles are favorites of mine. Sure would love to have them in UHD on Vudu. LIke "Braveheart, E.T., Apollo 13, Star Trek Into the Darkness, and Brandon Fraser's "Mummy" movies.

              Also, when I own a UHD/ULTRAVIOLET title I purchased from Vudu, Fandango gives me access to the UHD copy on their service but Vudu doesn't when I purchase a UHD/ULTRAVIOLET title from Fandango. I get the "HDX" copy. The UHD copies I purchased from Fandango: Public Enemies, Split, Get Out, Flatliners and King Kong (Theatrical Version)

              I've been thinking about purchasing "Apple TV" as I have read on this forum Apple gives "free" upgrades from HDX to UHD. I've always been a big supporter of Vudu's service and want to continue to do so.

              FANDANGO NOW UHD TITLES:


              The Martian
              Interstellar
              Braveheart
              E.T.
              X-Men Rogue Cut
              The Snowman
              Life of PI
              War for the Planet of the Apes
              Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
              The Mummy (Tom Cruise)
              Deadpool
              Cinderella Man
              The Wolfman Theatrical & Extended
              Little Fockers
              Robin Hood (Russell Crowe) Theatrical and Unrated
              Adjustment Bureau
              Smokin' Aces
              Get Out
              Love Actually
              Logan
              How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Jim Carry)
              King Kong both theatrical and extended version
              Limitless
              Apollo 13
              The Mummy (Brandon Fraser)
              The Mummy Returns
              The Mummy "Tomb of the Dragon Emperor"
              Dracula Untold
              The Prestige
              Shaun of the Dead
              Inglurious Basterds
              Van Helsing
              Unbroken
              My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
              Independence Day Resurgence
              Star Trek Into the Darkness

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                #22
                Vudu, i love u. Please, keep up with uhd content. I really dont want to have to get a appletv 4k

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by venomous21 View Post
                  Vudu, i love u. Please, keep up with uhd content. I really dont want to have to get a appletv 4k
                  I agree,i have been a vudu guy since the old regime before walmart took over but its getting hard to stay loyal when Vudu is taking forever to update our apps for the newer Sony TV's with Dolby Vision support....They are basically forcing us to jump ship towards apple.

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                    #24
                    Dv is broken on appletv 4k so most people force it to use hdr10 which is frankly not nearly as good as dv. They will fix it in a patch sometime in the future.

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by venomous21 View Post
                      Dv is broken on appletv 4k so most people force it to use hdr10 which is frankly not nearly as good as dv. They will fix it in a patch sometime in the future.
                      I've seen DV and HDR10. I purchased an LG TV last April of which I hated. Buggy audio that didn't work well with my expensive Yamaha receiver. Dolby Vision is awesome and until recently I wasn't impressed with HDR10. I returned my LG TV and purchased a Samsung. The MU series. I went online and searched out how to calibrate the TV. And during the search I read there are TV's out there that say they are HDR but don't have the capabilities of providing the wide gamut of colors and picture brightness that is required to get the full effects of HDR10. I have since calibrated my Samsung and the HDR10 is looking very close to Dolby Vision if not the same. One must stay away from using "PRESET" picture modes and actually calibrate the TV, such as "color space settings, gamma settings, and 2 point & 20 point white balance settings. Along with all the other "expert settings" in the TV such as backlighting, color, contrast, brightness, sharpness etc. Took me about 20 minutes to calibrate the TV for viewing HDR10 and wow what difference. The HDR effect mode must be used to get the full effect of HDR10. It takes a while to fully calibrate the TV for all viewing options such as Cable TV as opposed to streaming movies. The gamma setting must be set to "BT.1886" for viewing broadcast TV and a "Color Gamut of BT.2020 in the Color Space Custom settings". Don't be afraid to explore your TV. You can use the "reset picture" if you don't like what the picture looks like. Get online and search for those settings. They are out there. I'm a cable troubleshooter so my information is credible....

                      and to the post from "Vudu's Marketing dept" of which I directed my previous post above toward and received no response, it would be advantageous to step up your UHD titles to the caliber of other providers. Apple TV is on my horizon me thinks.

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by Sandra View Post
                        I've seen DV and HDR10. I purchased an LG TV last April of which I hated. Buggy audio that didn't work well with my expensive Yamaha receiver.
                        Interesting. I have absolutely no audio problems with my LG / Yamaha setup. But then again, I never use the LG as a audio source.....

                        Dolby Vision is absolutely fantastic. So glad I went that direction with my gear. Never had picture quality this good in my living room.

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by johnboy View Post

                          I agree,i have been a vudu guy since the old regime before walmart took over but its getting hard to stay loyal when Vudu is taking forever to update our apps for the newer Sony TV's with Dolby Vision support....They are basically forcing us to jump ship towards apple.
                          Unfortunately, timing is dependent on Sony, not Vudu.

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by Sandra View Post



                            Hi Jeffrey,

                            I've been a Vudu member since February of 2012 and I too have been disappointed in the slow progression of UHD available on Vudu. Since I joined in 2012 I have accumulated almost 900 digital copies. Below I've posted a list of UHD titles offered on Fandango NOW but not on Vudu. Fandango also has many of the same UHD titles Vudu offers too. Some of the older titles are favorites of mine. Sure would love to have them in UHD on Vudu. LIke "Braveheart, E.T., Apollo 13, Star Trek Into the Darkness, and Brandon Fraser's "Mummy" movies.

                            Also, when I own a UHD/ULTRAVIOLET title I purchased from Vudu, Fandango gives me access to the UHD copy on their service but Vudu doesn't when I purchase a UHD/ULTRAVIOLET title from Fandango. I get the "HDX" copy. The UHD copies I purchased from Fandango: Public Enemies, Split, Get Out, Flatliners and King Kong (Theatrical Version)

                            I've been thinking about purchasing "Apple TV" as I have read on this forum Apple gives "free" upgrades from HDX to UHD. I've always been a big supporter of Vudu's service and want to continue to do so.

                            FANDANGO NOW UHD TITLES:


                            The Martian
                            Interstellar
                            Braveheart
                            E.T.
                            X-Men Rogue Cut
                            The Snowman
                            Life of PI
                            War for the Planet of the Apes
                            Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
                            The Mummy (Tom Cruise)
                            Deadpool
                            Cinderella Man
                            The Wolfman Theatrical & Extended
                            Little Fockers
                            Robin Hood (Russell Crowe) Theatrical and Unrated
                            Adjustment Bureau
                            Smokin' Aces
                            Get Out
                            Love Actually
                            Logan
                            How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Jim Carry)
                            King Kong both theatrical and extended version
                            Limitless
                            Apollo 13
                            The Mummy (Brandon Fraser)
                            The Mummy Returns
                            The Mummy "Tomb of the Dragon Emperor"
                            Dracula Untold
                            The Prestige
                            Shaun of the Dead
                            Inglurious Basterds
                            Van Helsing
                            Unbroken
                            My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
                            Independence Day Resurgence
                            Star Trek Into the Darkness
                            We currently do not carry any content from Fox and unfortunately cannot comment further.
                            We are working closely with Universal and Paramount on their new and catalog titles.

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                              #29
                              Originally posted by Sandra View Post



                              Hi Jeffrey,

                              I've been a Vudu member since February of 2012 and I too have been disappointed in the slow progression of UHD available on Vudu. Since I joined in 2012 I have accumulated almost 900 digital copies. Below I've posted a list of UHD titles offered on Fandango NOW but not on Vudu. Fandango also has many of the same UHD titles Vudu offers too. Some of the older titles are favorites of mine. Sure would love to have them in UHD on Vudu. LIke "Braveheart, E.T., Apollo 13, Star Trek Into the Darkness, and Brandon Fraser's "Mummy" movies.

                              Also, when I own a UHD/ULTRAVIOLET title I purchased from Vudu, Fandango gives me access to the UHD copy on their service but Vudu doesn't when I purchase a UHD/ULTRAVIOLET title from Fandango. I get the "HDX" copy. The UHD copies I purchased from Fandango: Public Enemies, Split, Get Out, Flatliners and King Kong (Theatrical Version)

                              I've been thinking about purchasing "Apple TV" as I have read on this forum Apple gives "free" upgrades from HDX to UHD. I've always been a big supporter of Vudu's service and want to continue to do so.

                              FANDANGO NOW UHD TITLES:
                              LONG LIST
                              Don't go by that list as gospel. I've talked to people who say that most of those are upconverts. Not genuine 4k at all.

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                                #30
                                Originally posted by digitalfreaknyc View Post

                                Don't go by that list as gospel. I've talked to people who say that most of those are upconverts. Not genuine 4k at all.
                                But aren't most new releases upconverts too? I don't think we've had so many actual 4K masters used for 4K release. Many upconverts look great, some better than actual 4K masters, so I"m all for it.

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