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    4k VUDU mentioned in LG CES 2015 conference

    VUDU was named by LG as a partner for 4k streaming. It's also popping up in other press.

    http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/tvs-e...d-tvs-for-2015

    "The new range will all feature LG's updated WebOS 2.0 smart TV platform. Building on the original WebOS system released last year, LG has promised WebOS 2.0 will be up to twice as fast, with a new Quick Start mode that lets users start controlling the system 60% faster from a powered off state. 4K streaming services will be expanded from Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant to include YouTube and Vudu, while GoPro will arrive as an exclusive content partner for 2015."

    Is this coming?

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    Re: 4k VUDU mentioned in LG CES 2015 conference

    Originally posted by TrackZ View Post
    VUDU was named by LG as a partner for 4k streaming. It's also popping up in other press.

    http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/tvs-e...d-tvs-for-2015

    "The new range will all feature LG's updated WebOS 2.0 smart TV platform. Building on the original WebOS system released last year, LG has promised WebOS 2.0 will be up to twice as fast, with a new Quick Start mode that lets users start controlling the system 60% faster from a powered off state. 4K streaming services will be expanded from Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant to include YouTube and Vudu, while GoPro will arrive as an exclusive content partner for 2015."

    Is this coming?

    I hope this doesn't mean that when the time comes that we'll all need to pay a fee to bump our HDX titles to 4K.

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      Re: 4k VUDU mentioned in LG CES 2015 conference

      Originally posted by Capt-Cupcake View Post
      I hope this doesn't mean that when the time comes that we'll all need to pay a fee to bump our HDX titles to 4K.
      As for myself, I am quite happy to stick with HD/HDX.

      I could care less about 4K.

      So I definitely won't pay any fee to upgrade.

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        Re: 4k VUDU mentioned in LG CES 2015 conference

        Originally posted by Capt-Cupcake View Post
        I hope this doesn't mean that when the time comes that we'll all need to pay a fee to bump our HDX titles to 4K.
        Kinda like buying a Blu Ray copy of a movie you already bought on DVD, eh? (And you also had it on VHS). I bet we've all done that. Of course, they don't upgrade your TV for free, either. I wouldn't hold my breath.

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          Re: 4k VUDU mentioned in LG CES 2015 conference

          I doubt there will be free 4K upgrades, we can probably expect prices similar to 3D titles, think $30 for a new release in 4K. BUT, I really hope we finally see upgrade pricing for movies, I would definitely pay 5-$10 to upgrade some of my movies (think D2D but using UV locker), but paying for the entire movie yet again? I think not.

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            Re: 4k VUDU mentioned in LG CES 2015 conference

            Originally posted by stryperrocks67 View Post
            As for myself, I am quite happy to stick with HD/HDX.

            I could care less about 4K.

            So I definitely won't pay any fee to upgrade.
            I'm also a happy HDX customer. No chance in hell i'll be dabbling into the 4K format.

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              Re: 4k VUDU mentioned in LG CES 2015 conference

              I think it is natural that Vudu would offer 4k versions of their catalog. I think it would also make a lot of sense to offer upgrades of movies a user already owns to 4k. I'm hoping they will do more of this sort of thing. I would definitely be really put off if they made me buy the movie at full price to get the 4k version.

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