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  • Matt_M
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    Originally posted by 4kcinema View Post

    Same here. Vudu really needs to step up their game and enable UHD HDR-10 on their Sony 4K TV app. GooglePlay keeps getting better. Vudu does not.
    Oh really? Google Play app works in 4K on Sony TVs? Awesome! I just checked and because of Movies Anywhere, my Google Play library is filled with 90% of my movies (some studios still don't support Movies Anywhere). This is great news. I plan to check this out tonight. I still like Vudu and wish they would support 4K on Sony devices, but with the power of Movies Anywhere if I can watch my 4K content IN 4K on my TV via Google Play, that's what I'll use.

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  • 4kcinema
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    Originally posted by cusman View Post
    I am waiting for Vudu to start working on either my Sony 65" OLED 4K HDR TV or the PS4 Pro. In meantime, I am sticking to using Google Play (which does support 4K HDR on my Sony TV) and the movies I buy are Movies Anywhere so it doesn't matter where I buy, I play on whatever player has my devices supported.
    Same here. Vudu really needs to step up their game and enable UHD HDR-10 on their Sony 4K TV app. GooglePlay keeps getting better. Vudu does not.

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  • NeedHDR
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    Originally posted by Kotor29 View Post
    Although it hasn't been official announced here, owners of the newly released Sony 4K Blu-ray player (UBP-X700) have reported that the native Vudu App streams 4K but NOT in HDR.
    This is currently where I am with my KD-70X690E (bought on Black Friday weekend). I have Vudu 4K, but not HDR. Hopefully, this will all pan-out after the Super Bowl television sales.

    I specifically purchased Wonder Woman to see if Vudu HDR was "a go" but, sadly, it is not. Considering Netflix and Amazon HDR work perfectly fine on this television, I will dutifully withhold any further Vudu purchases until HDR becomes a reality.

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  • Kotor29
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    Although it hasn't been officially announced here, owners of the newly released Sony 4K Blu-ray player (UBP-X700) have reported that the native Vudu App streams 4K but NOT in HDR.
    Last edited by Kotor29; 02-05-2018, 07:22 PM. Reason: edited for grammar

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  • Wyoung.8921
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    Nvidia Shield gets 4k HDR but Sony 4k TVs with Android don?t even get 4k. Why?

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