atasehir escort pendik escort ankara escort

Announcement

Collapse

Vudu Forum Guidelines

Vudu Forum Guidelines

The Vudu Forums are designed to help viewers get the most out of their Vudu experience. Here, Vudu customers may post information, questions, ideas, etc. on the subject of Vudu and Vudu -related issues (home theater, entertainment, etc). Although the primary purpose of these forums is to help Vudu customers with questions and/or problems with their Vudu service, there are also off-topic areas available within the Vudu Forums for users to chat with like-minded people, subject to the limitations below.

Please post all comments in English. When posting a comment in the Vudu Forums, please conduct yourself in a respectful and civil manner. While we respect that you may feel strongly about an issue, please leave room for discussion.

Vudu reserves the right to refrain from posting and/or to remove user comments, including comments that contain any of the following:

1. Obscenities, defamatory language, discriminatory language, or other language not suitable for a public forum
2. Email addresses, phone numbers, links to websites, physical addresses or other forms of contact information
3. "Spam" content, references to other products, advertisements, or other offers
4. Spiteful or inflammatory comments about other users or their comments
5. Comments that may potentially violate the DMCA or any other applicable laws
6. Comments that discuss ways to manipulate Vudu products/services, including, but not limited to, reverse engineering, video extraction, and file conversion.

Additionally, please keep in mind that although Vudu retains the right to monitor, edit, and/or remove posts within Vudu Forums, it does not necessarily review every comment. Accordingly, specific questions about Vudu products and services should be directed to Vudu customer service representatives.

Terms of Use - User Comments, Feedback, Reviews, Submissions

For all reviews, comments, feedback, postcards, suggestions, ideas, and other submissions disclosed, submitted or offered to Vudu, on or through this Site, by e-mail or telephone, or otherwise disclosed, submitted or offered in connection you use of this Site (collectively, the "Comments") you grant Vudu a royalty-free, irrevocable, transferable right and license to use the Comments however Vudu desires, including, without limitation, to copy, modify, delete in its entirety, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from and/or sell and /or distribute such Comments and/or incorporate such Comments into any form, medium or technology throughout the world.
Vudu will be entitled to use, reproduce, disclose, modify, adapt, create derivative works from, publish, display and distribute any Comments you submit for any purpose whatsoever, without restriction and without compensating you in any way. Vudu is and shall be under no obligation (1) to maintain any Comments in confidence; (2) to pay to users any compensation for any Comments; or (3) to respond to any user Comments. You agree that any Comments submitted by you to the Site will not violate the terms in this Terms of Use or any right of any third party, including without limitation, copyright, trademark, privacy or other personal or proprietary right(s), and will not cause injury to any person or entity. You further agree that no Comments submitted by you to this Site will be or contain libelous or otherwise unlawful, threatening, abusive or obscene material, or contain software viruses, political campaigning, commercial solicitation, chain letters, mass mailings or any form of "spam."

You grant Vudu the right to use the name that you submit in connection with any Comments. You agree not to use a false email address, impersonate any person or entity, otherwise mislead as to the origin of any Comments you submit. You are, and shall remain, solely responsible for the content of any Comments you make and you agree to indemnify Vudu for all claims resulting from any Comments you submit. Vudu takes no responsibility and assumes no liability for any Comments submitted by you or any third-party.
See more
See less

Dolby Atmos

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Dolby Atmos

    The movie "John Wick" has a Dolby Atmos track on the blu-ray and Vudu obviously has the capability of providing the audio in Dolby Atmos because they have the Atmos samples out there for us to try. When are they going to add the Atmos tracks to the movies since they already have this capability? Maybe Dan know the answer to this one?

    655 HDX
    2 HD
    2 SD

    #2
    Re: Dolby Atmos

    I hope soon. I was going to buy John Wick and Turtles because of Atmos but now I'm going to hold off. The Atmos Amaze works great on my system. I tried the 3 minute preview of Wick and it does not use Atmos.

    I'm also looking forward to Gravity in Atmos.

    Comment


      #3
      Re: Dolby Atmos

      I just ran the 2 min preview of Mockingjay - Part 1 and it is not Atmos. I won't be buying that title on Vudu.

      Comment


        #4
        Re: Dolby Atmos

        Well it's been about 3 months since the last post in this thread. Has anything changed?

        There are about 12 Dolby Atmos titles now - the latest being American Sniper.

        Is VUDU going to put something out besides the short Dolby Atmos demos?

        Or is all of this going to wait for the debut of their 4K streaming?

        A little information from VUDU would be appreciated.

        Comment


          #5
          Re: Dolby Atmos

          Originally posted by moelarrycurly View Post
          Well it's been about 3 months since the last post in this thread. Has anything changed?

          There are about 12 Dolby Atmos titles now - the latest being American Sniper.

          Is VUDU going to put something out besides the short Dolby Atmos demos?

          Or is all of this going to wait for the debut of their 4K streaming?

          A little information from VUDU would be appreciated.
          I would bet you are correct with your last statement I can see them keeping this as a 4k only exclusive for a while but we'll see.

          Comment


            #6
            Re: Dolby Atmos

            How about it VUDU, are you going to keep Atmos only for 4K content? There are many of us with 1080P sets that have Atmos audio and want Atmos support on your HDX movies.

            Comment


              #7
              Re: Dolby Atmos

              I have a Samsung SUHD TV (UN65JS9000FXZA), a Integra 80.6 Pre/Pro and can compleately handle Atmos but when I play the Dolby Atmos Sample content I am only getting Dolby Digital. My settings on my vudu app (run on the Samsung Smart TV app) don't seem to enable 4k content or more importantly for me right now Atmos. Anyone know if this is expected (since I don't have a visio TV) or if I can a configuration problem?

              Thanks

              Comment


                #8
                Re: Dolby Atmos

                Originally posted by playdough View Post
                I have a Samsung SUHD TV (UN65JS9000FXZA), a Integra 80.6 Pre/Pro and can compleately handle Atmos but when I play the Dolby Atmos Sample content I am only getting Dolby Digital. My settings on my vudu app (run on the Samsung Smart TV app) don't seem to enable 4k content or more importantly for me right now Atmos. Anyone know if this is expected (since I don't have a visio TV) or if I can a configuration problem?

                Thanks
                I wouldn't run Vudu through the TV - get a Roku 4 and you should be good to go...

                Comment


                  #9
                  Re: Dolby Atmos

                  Originally posted by radamo View Post
                  How about it VUDU, are you going to keep Atmos only for 4K content? There are many of us with 1080P sets that have Atmos audio and want Atmos support on your HDX movies.
                  +1.

                  Jacob

                  Comment


                    #10
                    Re: Dolby Atmos

                    I have a Samsung HW-K950 (2016) 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos soundbar that is connected via HDMI/ARC to a Sony XBR65X850C 4K TV (2015 model). Additionally, a Sony UBP-X800 (2017 model) Ultra HD Bluray player is connected to the soundbar, which passes through 4K video to the TV.

                    When I play an Atmos encoded disc on the Bluray player, I can get Atmos audio from the soundbar. However, when I play Atmos encoded movies on Vudu (either via native Vudu app on my Sony TV OR via Chomecast 4K), I cannot get Atmos output.

                    What do I need to be doing here?

                    Comment


                      #11
                      Re: Dolby Atmos

                      Originally posted by catchgops View Post
                      I have a Samsung HW-K950 (2016) 5.1.4 Dolby Atmos soundbar that is connected via HDMI/ARC to a Sony XBR65X850C 4K TV (2015 model). Additionally, a Sony UBP-X800 (2017 model) Ultra HD Bluray player is connected to the soundbar, which passes through 4K video to the TV.

                      When I play an Atmos encoded disc on the Bluray player, I can get Atmos audio from the soundbar. However, when I play Atmos encoded movies on Vudu (either via native Vudu app on my Sony TV OR via Chomecast 4K), I cannot get Atmos output.

                      What do I need to be doing here?
                      Your Sony TV isn’t yet compatible with Vudu UHD, so it’s not passing Atmos to the soundbar.

                      A list of compatible devices can be found here...

                      https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...e-Devices-List

                      Try hooking up the Chromecast directly to the soundbar, then run an HDMI from soundbar to the TV.

                      Comment


                        #12
                        Re: Dolby Atmos

                        Originally posted by Cranston37 View Post
                        Your Sony TV isn?t yet compatible with Vudu UHD, so it?s not passing Atmos to the soundbar.

                        A list of compatible devices can be found here...

                        https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...e-Devices-List
                        That list doesn't specify if Atmos is supported or not.

                        4K Ultra HD + Dolby Vision HDR playback
                        Google Chromecast Ultra


                        I am trying to play through a Chromecast Ultra and still don't get Atmos. Even the Vudu Atmos Bundle demo doesn't output Atmos. Do I need the Sony TV to support Vudu UHD even if I am using the Chromecast?

                        Comment


                          #13
                          Re: Dolby Atmos

                          Originally posted by catchgops View Post
                          That list doesn't specify if Atmos is supported or not.

                          4K Ultra HD + Dolby Vision HDR playback
                          Google Chromecast Ultra


                          I am trying to play through a Chromecast Ultra and still don't get Atmos. Even the Vudu Atmos Bundle demo doesn't output Atmos. Do I need the Sony TV to support Vudu UHD even if I am using the Chromecast?
                          With Vudu, Atmos is only available on UHD titles, so the devices on that list are the ones that support Atmos.

                          Have you tried plugging the Chromecast directly into your soundbar, then go from soundbar to TV?

                          Comment


                            #14
                            Re: Dolby Atmos

                            Sorry, that's not clear. What's the point of Chromecast Ultra supporting Vudu UHD if I need the TV to support Vudu UHD as well? ( I presume you mean that the TV's support comes from running a Vudu UHD app natively)

                            Comment


                              #15
                              Re: Dolby Atmos

                              Originally posted by catchgops View Post
                              Sorry, that's not clear. What's the point of Chromecast Ultra supporting Vudu UHD if I need the TV to support Vudu UHD as well? ( I presume you mean that the TV's support comes from running a Vudu UHD app natively)
                              I don't think that is the case - the TV just has to support UHD (and not Vudu UHD).

                              To support Atmos with Vudu on Chromecast Ultra I believe these are the other requirements:
                              1. Only Vudu UHD titles with ATMOS notated for the title will stream in Atmos (some are 4k but only regular 5.1)
                              2. I believe you will need to have the Chromecast plugged in direct into your surround receiver and not into the TV. Also , of course the receiver will have to support Atmos, 4k, and HDCP 2.2 copy protection. Most receivers 2015 and higher should support this. Or at least the mid to high end should.

                              Hope this helps

                              Comment

                              Working...
                              X