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    Originally posted by Fofer View Post
    I wouldn't call "just doing it manually" to be a "workaround."

    That's more of like "sad acceptance that this excellent option isn't available."
    It is very sad, and this would be excellent feature is a standard for most streaming services... why isn't it for VUDU? JeffreyVUDU

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      Is the Sony UBP-X800 Blu-Ray player compatible with Ultra 4K playback?

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        Originally posted by LORD ZION View Post
        Is the Sony UBP-X800 Blu-Ray player compatible with Ultra 4K playback?
        No, they aren't.

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          maybe by the time the PS5 comes out, we can have UHD/HDR support on the playstation app !

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            I cant get UHD movies to play on Windows 10 laptop. Its a Dell XPS 15 9570, Intel Core: i7-8750 2.2 GHZ, 16 GB Ram, Windows 10 64 bit. All current Windows updates. All current Dell updates. Thru Windows Store, HEVC is installed. Im using the VUDU app thru Windows Store. Computer has 2 Video cards: Intel UHD Graphics 630 and Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti with Max Q design. I followed these directions to tell Windows 10 to use the GTX 1050 for the Universal App: VUDU
            https://pureinfotech.com/set-gpu-app-windows-10/. When I pull up "oblivion" movie which is a Universal Pictures, it says I own UHD, but playback options at the botton only say HDX and SD. Tried Blade Runner 2049, which is Warner Bros. Same thing, says I own UHD but only playing back in HDX. (no option at the bottom for UHD) My download speeds 300 up and 300 down (should be no issues here at all)

            I also went into the Nvidia Control Panel and changed 3D Settings, Global Preferred Graphics Processor to use High Performance Nvidia Processor. Then went into Set Physx Configuration to GeForce GTX 1050 Ti.

            Compatability list s below which I appear to hit all these:
            • 4K-capable display (laptop screen or HDMI 2.0/HDCP 2.2 compatible): Im using a
            • Intel 7th generation (Kaby Lake) or equivalent processor
            • Nvidia GTX 10 series graphics card (1050TI minimum)
            • HEVC Video Extension
            • Download speeds of >11Mbs
            • The latest Windows 10 updates
            Disney and Fox titles will only play HDX, no UHD playback on Windows 10

            Any suggestions?

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              ^^^
              Yes, for some reason Vudu has chosen not to enable 4k HDR on Windows 4k HDR capable devices. I have an Alienware M17 which is capable of 4k HDR on Netflix but not on Vudu or Amazon.

              259 UHD
              814 HDX
              3 SD

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                Originally posted by lujan View Post
                ^^^
                Yes, for some reason Vudu has chosen not to enable 4k HDR on Windows 4k HDR capable devices. I have an Alienware M17 which is capable of 4k HDR on Netflix but not on Vudu or Amazon.

                259 UHD
                814 HDX
                3 SD
                I'm just trying to get UHD to come up as an option (to run in 4K.. yes HDR/DV would be nice!) Only get hdx or sd

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                  Jeffrey or Jake, can one of you let us know how you guys did the programming for the Windows 10 Vudu App? What I am trying to do is identify how you guys are identifying the video card. Many computers use a mux passthru where everything goes thru the build in Intel card but the 2nd video card. Im not sure if my Dell 15 is setup this way but I think it is. I have 2 video cards.

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                    mjames999999 what browser are you using? i believe i read that its only supported with Edge browser at this point.

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                      Originally posted by SinGA View Post
                      mjames999999 what browser are you using? i believe i read that its only supported with Edge browser at this point.
                      No, 4k on Vudu doesn't work on Edge browser either. The streaming service that supports 4k HDR on the Edge browser is "Netflix".

                      262 UHD
                      811 HDX
                      3 SD

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                        Originally posted by SinGA View Post
                        mjames999999 what browser are you using? i believe i read that its only supported with Edge browser at this point.
                        Not using a browser. Im using the metro/universal Vudu program for Windows 10

                        **Just so everyone is aware, I am working with Felipe and the technical team to try and find an answer here. If you disable the GTX card on my system, the movie will play in UHD using the Intel UHD Graphics 630 card. I complelely understand this is not supposed to work but it does. (since the Intel 630 is not a GTX 1050 Ti or better card.). If both cards are enabled, it wont play in UHD (only HDX). If you disable the Intel 630 and only have the GTX 1050 enabled, it wont play in UHD, only HDX. Does not matter if you assign the Global Preferred Processor to NVidia or not in the Geforce Control Panel. Still working on the problem...**

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                          Please modernized your mobile app to stream HDR. I have an HDR android phone and there is no guarantee that if I buy a modern UHD title it will stream with HDR. Another thing is to be able to stream a higher quality audio stream on mobile devices too. LG phones have a Hi-Fi quad dac capable of handling better quality audio.

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                            Originally posted by mjames9999@gmail.com View Post

                            Not using a browser. Im using the metro/universal Vudu program for Windows 10

                            **Just so everyone is aware, I am working with Felipe and the technical team to try and find an answer here. If you disable the GTX card on my system, the movie will play in UHD using the Intel UHD Graphics 630 card. I complelely understand this is not supposed to work but it does. (since the Intel 630 is not a GTX 1050 Ti or better card.). If both cards are enabled, it wont play in UHD (only HDX). If you disable the Intel 630 and only have the GTX 1050 enabled, it wont play in UHD, only HDX. Does not matter if you assign the Global Preferred Processor to NVidia or not in the Geforce Control Panel. Still working on the problem...**
                            Actually it is expected that the Intel UHD (integrated) graphics will play UHD - that is the most common (and simplest) supported configuration. In the end it's all about the end-to-end DRM/decoder/display supporting hardware DRM (PlayReady with Security Level 3000) that studios are requiring for 4K. It seems the Nvidia drivers/etc are a bit finicky - GTX 1050 Ti and up (with 3GB+ RAM) should work. We are following up with Microsoft and Nvidia to try to figure it out...

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                              Originally posted by Jake View Post

                              Actually it is expected that the Intel UHD (integrated) graphics will play UHD - that is the most common (and simplest) supported configuration. In the end it's all about the end-to-end DRM/decoder/display supporting hardware DRM (PlayReady with Security Level 3000) that studios are requiring for 4K. It seems the Nvidia drivers/etc are a bit finicky - GTX 1050 Ti and up (with 3GB+ RAM) should work. We are following up with Microsoft and Nvidia to try to figure it out...
                              I've contacted Nvidia lots of times asking them why my GTX 1070 doesn't show HDR capability when I have all the necessary hardware for it and they've been useless in helping me.

                              263 UHD
                              810 HDX
                              3 SD

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                                Hi Everyone,
                                Perhaps you can help me. I'm taking the 4K tv plunge.
                                Most of my streaming is Amazon, Netflix, VUDU, Apple
                                I've narrowed it down to 4 4K tvs (all have HDR):
                                Samsung - UN50NU7100FXZA
                                Samsung- UN50RU7100FXZA
                                LG - 50UK6090PUA
                                TCL- 50S425
                                I sent this list to VUDU customer service to see if they were UHD compatible, they never answered my question, and referred me to the list at the beginning of this thread.
                                I bought an Apple 4k tv.
                                I'm wondering if I should skip the tv apps and get a Roku Premiere plus or streaming stick plus so I won't have a headache regarding tv compatibility.
                                Any suggestions?
                                Thanks!

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