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  • KevinB024
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    Philip's 43pfl5604/f7 only shows SD quality in the built-in app. I can still cast UHD from my android phone though as a temporary workaround. Also, side note, the movies anywhere app can do HDX but not UHD.

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  • Vickygarcia297@gmail.com
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    I have a Phillips smart tv that clearly says on the front that it is 4K but it won’t play my purchased movies ...

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  • diamond204
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    I imagine it isnt very simple to integrate both sites. Just to make the specific decisions of what and how things needs to be done I imagine could take 2 months if not more.

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  • lujan
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    Originally posted by daddio77 View Post
    Since Fandango owns Vudu for the past 8 months or so, does anyone know if Vudu will support IMAX ENHANCED?
    It seems they are keeping both companies completely separate. Don't know why?

    531 UHD
    762 HDX
    5 SD

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  • daddio77
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    Since Fandango owns Vudu for the past 8 months or so, does anyone know if Vudu will support IMAX ENHANCED?

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  • SinGA
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    Originally posted by lujan View Post

    I have the older Xbox and DV and Atmos were already supported with Vudu UHD titles so that's nothing new.
    But the new xbox is.... new! so it should certainly be added to the list.

    When you open a ticket with Vudu support, they will point at this thread, to that list, as the definitive list of what they support on which devices. Again, TWO YEARS? Slack.

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  • lujan
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    Originally posted by SinGA View Post

    I think the list should be kept up to date. For example, they just announced yesterday Dolby Vision / Atmos support for VUDU app on the new xbox. That's a big deal ! Also, Vudu points to that list as the definitive list of supported devices, so to have it incomplete and no updates for 2 years is a bit slack.
    I have the older Xbox and DV and Atmos were already supported with Vudu UHD titles so that's nothing new.

    495 UHD
    774 HDX
    5 SD

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  • SinGA
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    Originally posted by Subzero7 View Post

    No, because they aren't doing that anymore. All they are doing now is basic support for what had already been added, and keeping up with new devices that are coming out. There won't be any more old product added.
    I think the list should be kept up to date. For example, they just announced yesterday Dolby Vision / Atmos support for VUDU app on the new xbox. That's a big deal ! Also, Vudu points to that list as the definitive list of supported devices, so to have it incomplete and no updates for 2 years is a bit slack.

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  • Subzero7
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    Originally posted by djkuula View Post
    The OP says it was last updated in 2018. Is there an up-to-date list somewhere?
    No, because they aren't doing that anymore. All they are doing now is basic support for what had already been added, and keeping up with new devices that are coming out. There won't be any more old product added.

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  • djkuula
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    The OP says it was last updated in 2018. Is there an up-to-date list somewhere?

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  • Millerland
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    Originally posted by diamond204 View Post

    Huh? Google works with third parties very well including direct competitors like Amazon. I'm sure the relationship between Vudu and Google is fine.
    Plus they already said in another thread they are working on it.

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  • diamond204
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    Originally posted by maddogit View Post

    I highly doubt they are going to even bother working with Vudu or vice versa because the whole Google TV overlay appears to be designed to work with Google Movies and such. If everyone used VUDU instead it would take away from what Google is trying to do. IMHO.
    Huh? Google works with third parties very well including direct competitors like Amazon. I'm sure the relationship between Vudu and Google is fine.

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  • maddogit
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    Originally posted by Millerland View Post
    is Vudu going to support 4k HDR on the New Google Chromecast Ultra w/ Google TV that released today? the app installs but movies only play in HDX. Disappointing.
    I highly doubt they are going to even bother working with Vudu or vice versa because the whole Google TV overlay appears to be designed to work with Google Movies and such. If everyone used VUDU instead it would take away from what Google is trying to do. IMHO.

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  • johnboy
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    New 2020 Roku Ultra comes out next week on the 15th with Dolby Vision support..So does Vudu have the app available with dolby vision for the new roku ?

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  • SinGA
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    Originally posted by Millerland View Post
    is Vudu going to support 4k HDR on the New Google Chromecast Ultra w/ Google TV that released today? the app installs but movies only play in HDX. Disappointing.
    Same question. We'll need Dolby Vision/Atmos support for it.

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