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Dolby Vision Coming To UHD-BD

Lee Stewart
07-04-2016, 04:10 PM
It turns out that Ultra HD Blu-ray support for Dolby Vision is on the way and awaits completion of a special system on a chip (SoC) to properly handle the single.

http://hdguru.com/dolby-vision-ultra-hd-blu-ray-support-awaits-mediatek-soc/#more-19278

Lee Stewart
02-27-2017, 06:44 PM
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Warner Bros just announced that the upcoming Harry Potter 4K UHD-BDs will be mastered in both Dolby Vision and HDR10 HDR.

HD Goofnut
03-01-2017, 04:02 PM
Whether it's Atmos, DTS:X, or Vision I have no interest in having 12-15 speakers in my living room. Maybe one day when I have a dedicated home theater room.

mytime
03-01-2017, 04:20 PM
Whether it's Atmos, DTS:X, or Vision I have no interest in having 12-15 speakers in my living room. Maybe one day when I have a dedicated home theater room.

? Not following you there goof. DV is a form of hdr.

HD Goofnut
03-01-2017, 04:25 PM
? Not following you there goof. DV is a form of hdr.

I was referring to Atmos and DTS:X.

Vision is just something else to sell more TVs.

mytime
03-01-2017, 05:55 PM
I was referring to Atmos and DTS:X.

Vision is just something else to sell more TVs.

Ahh. Fwiw I'm enjoying DV on my set.

Lee Stewart
03-01-2017, 08:13 PM
Vision is just something else to sell more TVs.

Not really. HDR is the biggest improvement to video since HD. And Dolby Vision is the best HDR format available.

HD Goofnut
03-02-2017, 08:23 AM
Not really. HDR is the biggest improvement to video since HD. And Dolby Vision is the best HDR format available.

I have my eyes set on one of the new LG OLED's for sure.

ImRizzo
03-02-2017, 08:51 AM
I have my eyes set on one of the new LG OLED's for sure.

I recently(Dec.) got the B6P55 OLED and all I can say is WOW !

HD Goofnut
03-02-2017, 09:31 AM
I recently(Dec.) got the B6P55 OLED and all I can say is WOW !

Yeah, I really want that 65" and hoping for a sale later this year.

ImRizzo
03-02-2017, 11:26 AM
Yeah, I really want that 65" and hoping for a sale later this year.

they're being offered at really good prices for the 2016 mdls

Lee Stewart
03-02-2017, 12:07 PM
Should I Buy a Premium 2016 4K HDR TV or Wait for the 2017 Models?

http://4k.com/should-i-buy-a-2016-4k-hdr-tv-or-wait-for-the-2017-models-18361-2/

Just scroll down to the LG OLEDs.

HD Goofnut
03-03-2017, 11:44 AM
Should I Buy a Premium 2016 4K HDR TV or Wait for the 2017 Models?

http://4k.com/should-i-buy-a-2016-4k-hdr-tv-or-wait-for-the-2017-models-18361-2/

Just scroll down to the LG OLEDs.

Damn you Lee.:p Now, I may have to wait until next year as that wider color gamut sounds enticing.

Lee Stewart
03-04-2017, 12:19 AM
Damn you Lee.:p Now, I may have to wait until next year as that wider color gamut sounds enticing.

There is no way you can see a 2% difference in a wider color gamut that is already 97% (of P3) and that's all the difference there is between the 2016 and 2017 LG OLED as far as WCG. The same for an increase in brightness of 25%. It just isn't a big enough increase to notice.

The longer you wait, the better the TVs are going to get. Think of 10 bit WCG/HDR as being in the same time frame as 4 years after HDTVs came out: 720P was the norm remember. Then came 766P and finally 1080P "full HD."

Lots of improvements coming for WCG/HDR in the next 2 to 3 years.

bruceames
03-04-2017, 08:54 AM
There is no way you can see a 2% difference in a wider color gamut that is already 97% (of P3) and that's all the difference there is between the 2016 and 2017 LG OLED as far as WCG. The same for an increase in brightness of 25%. It just isn't a big enough increase to notice.

The longer you wait, the better the TVs are going to get. Think of 10 bit WCG/HDR as being in the same time frame as 4 years after HDTVs came out: 720P was the norm remember. Then came 766P and finally 1080P "full HD."

Lots of improvements coming for WCG/HDR in the next 2 to 3 years.

And the longer you wait, the fewer years you have left to enjoy this stuff. :)

It's always been that way Lee. And the longer we wait, the faster technology advances too. There is no perfect time to buy, something better will come out the very next year. But it's nice to see a lot more Dolby Vision TVs coming out this year.

I chose to buy last year and haven't regretted for a second. My update cycle averages 3 years but since I bought a flagship model, I'm probably going to wait 4 more years before I upgrade again.

bruceames
03-04-2017, 09:01 AM
There is no way you can see a 2% difference in a wider color gamut that is already 97% (of P3) and that's all the difference there is between the 2016 and 2017 LG OLED as far as WCG. The same for an increase in brightness of 25%. It just isn't a big enough increase to notice.



A 25% difference in brightness is PLENTY sufficient to notice. That's actually a big difference. That will definitely improve the quality of the highlights over the APL.

bruceames
03-04-2017, 09:15 AM
Damn you Lee.:p Now, I may have to wait until next year as that wider color gamut sounds enticing.

Unless you're watching a movie that was shot in the rec2020 color space, you're not going to notice a difference no matter how much wider the color gamut gets, as movies are still shot in DCI-P3 space, which today's displays cover almost completely.

One thing to consider is that if you want 3D, then none of the 2017 models will have it. Another thing is that manufacturers give the best deals on the higher end models around this time of year to make room for the new models coming out. I can never afford a flagship or even lower level "high end" model when it just comes out. But I can swing it sometimes when it's clearance priced a year later. And it's MUCH better to have a year old high end model than a brand new mid or low end model for the same price (and it will have longer "legs" spec-wise).

Lee Stewart
03-05-2017, 02:21 AM
A 25% difference in brightness is PLENTY sufficient to notice. That's actually a big difference. That will definitely improve the quality of the highlights over the APL.

No it isn't. You would be going from 500 nits to 625. To see a real difference you would have to go from 500 to 1000 nits. And remember Bruce . . . with HDR the brightness is in just a fraction of the entire screen. I posted a number of article about this in the UHD TVs section. Read them. They are very informative.

Lee Stewart
03-05-2017, 02:31 AM
Unless you're watching a movie that was shot in the rec2020 color space, you're not going to notice a difference no matter how much wider the color gamut gets, as movies are still shot in DCI-P3 space, which today's displays cover almost completely.

That is not true Bruce. Digital Cinema Cameras use 2 Color Gamuts: Rec.709 (HD) and Rec.2020 (UHD). What is done in post production for 4K/UHD productions is Rec. 2020 is "down sampled" to DCI's P3 Color Gamut for use in blub based Cinema Theater Projectors. But those movies that will be shown in either Dolby Vision or with a Cinema Laser Projector(s) use the raw Rec.2020 Color Gamut

bruceames
03-05-2017, 05:24 PM
That is not true Bruce. Digital Cinema Cameras use 2 Color Gamuts: Rec.709 (HD) and Rec.2020 (UHD). What is done in post production for 4K/UHD productions is Rec. 2020 is "down sampled" to DCI's P3 Color Gamut for use in blub based Cinema Theater Projectors. But those movies that will be shown in either Dolby Vision or with a Cinema Laser Projector(s) use the raw Rec.2020 Color Gamut

True, movies shot digitally can be rec2020, but affordable TV with that range of color space are years away. Surely you cannot be advocating people to wait for those?

bruceames
03-05-2017, 05:37 PM
No it isn't. You would be going from 500 nits to 625. To see a real difference you would have to go from 500 to 1000 nits. And remember Bruce . . . with HDR the brightness is in just a fraction of the entire screen. I posted a number of article about this in the UHD TVs section. Read them. They are very informative.

Actually it would make an appreciable difference. With HDR10, it means fewer highlights getting clipped, and in some cases, it would bring the APL up closer to what it should be. Just because it's not 1000 nits, doesn't mean that anything less is the same difference.

With Dolby Vision, it would improve the overall quality of the HDR picture, since there is less scaling down to the level of the display.

It actually takes more than pedantic knowledge to appreciate this Lee. I know you read a lot, but I read too, and obviously more than you think I do.

Lee Stewart
03-05-2017, 06:05 PM
Actually it would make an appreciable difference. With HDR10, it means fewer highlights getting clipped, and in some cases, it would bring the APL up closer to what it should be. Just because it's not 1000 nits, doesn't mean that anything less is the same difference.

With Dolby Vision, it would improve the overall quality of the HDR picture, since there is less scaling down to the level of the display.

It actually takes more than pedantic knowledge to appreciate this Lee. I know you read a lot, but I read too, and obviously more than you think I do.

You missed the point I was making Bruce. It's not the 1000 nits, it's the 100% increase in brightness - from 500 to 1000 versus from 500 to 625 (25%). Small steps don't result in big improvements.

Scaling is not an issue with Dolby Vision. Part of it's spec instructs the display to do the best it can with what it has when it comes to brightness. If a title is mastered in DV at 1000 nits and the TV can only do 800 nits that is not down scaling. It is just the TV showing that particular scene that calls for max brightness at it's max brightness which happens to be 800 nits

bruceames
03-05-2017, 06:25 PM
You missed the point I was making Bruce. It's not the 1000 nits, it's the 100% increase in brightness - from 500 to 1000 versus from 500 to 625 (25%). Small steps don't result in big improvements.

Scaling is not an issue with Dolby Vision. Part of it's spec instructs the display to do the best it can with what it has when it comes to brightness. If a title is mastered in DV at 1000 nits and the TV can only do 800 nits that is not down scaling. It is just the TV showing that particular scene that calls for max brightness at it's max brightness which happens to be 800 nits

I guess we'll just have to disagree on it then. I do agree that a 2% increase on color gamut is totally insignificant. But an increase of 25% in peak brightness, while not a huge jump, is significant enough for users of the "before" and "after" sets to see the difference. Would be nice though if those OLED sets could get up to 1000 nits though.

Lee Stewart
03-05-2017, 06:25 PM
True, movies shot digitally can be rec2020, but affordable TV with that range of color space are years away. Surely you cannot be advocating people to wait for those?

Bruce . . . which sounds better . . . 82% or 99%? There is a reason why the Color Space for consumer UHD TVs is measured against the DCI's P3 CS. P3 is not a recognized standard. It is something Hollywood/DCI invented. The only recognized standards are Rec/BT. 601 (SD), 709 (HD) and 2020 (UHD).

Actually we are only about 2 years away from consumer UHD TVs hitting 97% of Rec. 2020. And in the same timeframe max brightness levels reaching 4000 nits and the introduction of 12 bit panels. Like I said in another post WCG, HDR and Max Brightness today are at same same level as HD was 4 years after it's introduction. So do you want a 1280x720P HDTV or do you want to wait a couple of years and get a 1920x1080 HDTV?

Not everyone can afford to buy a new TV every year Bruce. Most people buy one every 6 to 8 years.

bruceames
03-05-2017, 06:44 PM
Bruce . . . which sounds better . . . 82% or 99%? There is a reason why the Color Space for consumer UHD TVs is measured against the DCI's P3 CS. P3 is not a recognized standard. It is something Hollywood/DCI invented. The only recognized standards are Rec/BT. 601 (SD), 709 (HD) and 2020 (UHD).

Actually we are only about 2 years away from consumer UHD TVs hitting 97% of Rec. 2020. And in the same timeframe max brightness levels reaching 4000 nits and the introduction of 12 bit panels. Like I said in another post WCG, HDR and Max Brightness today are at same same level as HD was 4 years after it's introduction. So do you want a 1280x720P HDTV or do you want to wait a couple of years and get a 1920x1080 HDTV?

Not everyone can afford to buy a new TV every year Bruce. Most people buy one every 6 to 8 years.

Yes, but I said affordable. Those will probably be in the $5000+ range when they come out in two years. Somebody with a $1000-2000 budget will have to wait 3-4 years. Again, are you advocating people with limited budgets wait that long to get 98% of color gamut?

I think you rather overestimate the effect of having a wider color gamut than DCI-P3. Just as you do for 12 bit vs. 10 bit. Most consumers will notice very little difference. The law of diminishing returns really sets in here.

You continued theme over the years, of wait, wait and wait is really not very helpful Lee. They are obviously shopping for or are considering upgrading now. Perhaps you should give them some suggestions on what to buy instead. First you said wait until Dolby Vision comes. Now that it's here, you want to wait until 12 bit rec 2020 TVs come along. I suppose after that you'll say to wait for 8K instead, right? It's all rather hilarious.

Of course most people don't upgrade every year. What's that got to do with anything? From my experience with members on HDTV forums though, people actually upgrade sooner than every 6-8 years. It's probably more like every 3-5 years. So if they bought a TV now, then the timing would be about right for them to upgrade again when 12 bit rec2020 displays are in their price range. That way they don't have to miss out on HDR for the next several years as you seem to be suggesting (or maybe you are suggesting they take out a 2nd mortage to pay for the first run of those expensive displays in 2 years?)

Lee Stewart
03-05-2017, 09:26 PM
Yes, but I said affordable. Those will probably be in the $5000+ range when they come out in two years. Somebody with a $1000-2000 budget will have to wait 3-4 years. Again, are you advocating people with limited budgets wait that long to get 98% of color gamut?

Oh . . . a caveat :rolleyes:

Why do people buy a new TV? a. The old one broke. b. They want the latest and greatest available. So which category best fits your affordable caveat?

I think you rather overestimate the effect of having a wider color gamut than DCI-P3. Just as you do for 12 bit vs. 10 bit. Most consumers will notice very little difference. The law of diminishing returns really sets in here.

Spoken as a true uninformed person. There are millions of colors that can't be displayed using the P3 color space but can be using 97% of Rec.2020. Why wouldn't that be important to consumers? The real benefit of a 12 bit panel is two fold: Show Dolby Vision in it's native mastered format and increasing the Gray Scale from 1024 steps to 4096 steps - a 300% increase. And you think those are included in the law of diminishing returns? :confused:

You continued theme over the years, of wait, wait and wait is really not very helpful Lee. They are obviously shopping for or are considering upgrading now. Perhaps you should give them some suggestions on what to buy instead. First you said wait until Dolby Vision comes. Now that it's here, you want to wait until 12 bit rec 2020 TVs come along. I suppose after that you'll say to wait for 8K instead, right? It's all rather hilarious.


OK - I guess your way is going to be the most helpful . . . the hell with the near future and who gives a damn about future proofing your purchase. Just buy something today!

So Bruce - be honest - how many UHD TVs do you/have you owned?


Of course most people don't upgrade every year. What's that got to do with anything? From my experience with members on HDTV forums though, people actually upgrade sooner than every 6-8 years. It's probably more like every 3-5 years. So if they bought a TV now, then the timing would be about right for them to upgrade again when 12 bit rec2020 displays are in their price range. That way they don't have to miss out on HDR for the next several years as you seem to be suggesting (or maybe you are suggesting they take out a 2nd mortage to pay for the first run of those expensive displays in 2 years?)

Are you that naive Bruce? Do you really believe that the lions share of people that visit Forums are members? Get a clue . . . lurkers. Always has been, always will be.

I differ from you Bruce. I don't run out and buy the newest TV on the market like you do. I am willing to bet in the last 5 years you have bought at least 5 new TVs for the sake of having the latest and greatest which you have probably already figured out . . . doesn't last very long. ;)

The best way I know of to make a buying decision is to have as much information as possible at my fingertips. The good, the bad and the ugly so to speak. I want to know what's good, whats the best, the worst and most important . . . what the future holds and how close is that future. If it's 8K - something we won't see in stores for at least 5 years then it is of no importance in the decision making. But if all the benefits of UHD: 10 bit GS, 98% P3 CS and HDR Max Brightness are going to be improved to be more than double their existing specs in the next 24 months . . . .well that definitely has an effect on a buying decision. At least it should.

Most people, yes even members here, really aren't prepared for your "buy it now, enjoy it now and in 24 months when the lastest and greatest makes your TV look like it came over on Noah's Ark . . . stick in your bedroom and buy a new one!

bruceames
03-06-2017, 09:02 AM
Ha ha, you're so out of touch with reality Lee, there's no point in arguing with you. I only buy a TV every 3 years or so. BUT, I did buy 2 HDR TVs last year. I had planned on buying only one (Sony 930C), but I got a good deal on the 2nd one (Sony 940C) and was planning on returning the 930C but changed my mind after I talked my wife into putting the 930C in the bedroom to replace a 9 year old plasma. I have never regretted for a second buying those TVs and I'll be good for 3-4 more years before I upgrade again.

But please, continue to tell people to wait every year, it's fun just seeing what the reasons will be because they keep changing. As technology advances, you're always looking a few years into the future and telling people to wait for the future. I think you're intent is to skip 4K altogether and wait for 8K, based on your post history, and you want to convince as many people as possible to wait along with you. I'm starting to think that maybe you simply can't afford a new TV. Why else would you be willing to sacrifice so many years of the later part of your life stuck in 1080p? And you talk about obsolete, how ironic! At least someone who buys a TV now will still have 4K HDR in two years, while your still watching 1080p. Why should people take advice from you anyway? All you know comes from the internet. You have no experience with HDR.

Lee Stewart
03-06-2017, 02:10 PM
Ha ha, you're so out of touch with reality Lee, there's no point in arguing with you. I only buy a TV every 3 years or so. BUT, I did buy 2 HDR TVs last year. I had planned on buying only one (Sony 930C), but I got a good deal on the 2nd one (Sony 940C) and was planning on returning the 930C but changed my mind after I talked my wife into putting the 930C in the bedroom to replace a 9 year old plasma. I have never regretted for a second buying those TVs and I'll be good for 3-4 more years before I upgrade again.

But please, continue to tell people to wait every year, it's fun just seeing what the reasons will be because they keep changing. As technology advances, you're always looking a few years into the future and telling people to wait for the future. I think you're intent is to skip 4K altogether and wait for 8K, based on your post history, and you want to convince as many people as possible to wait along with you.

LMFAO! Jesus Bruce, where do you come up with this crap? Really! As I explained in my previous post 8K is in the distant future and should not be considered when making a decision to either buy a TV today or wait 2 years. Did you have trouble understanding that? I wrote it in plain simple English!

"If it's 8K - something we won't see in stores for at least 5 years then it is of no importance in the decision making."

I'm starting to think that maybe you simply can't afford a new TV. Why else would you be willing to sacrifice so many years of the later part of your life stuck in 1080p? And you talk about obsolete, how ironic! At least someone who buys a TV now will still have 4K HDR in two years, while your still watching 1080p. Why should people take advice from you anyway? All you know comes from the internet. You have no experience with HDR.

Why should I replace my perfectly good Panasonic 55" Plasma? The picture is outstanding. I don't have broadband internet in my home so any of the UHD streaming options are not available to me. The only way I could see UHD would be to buy a UHD-BD player and UHD-BD discs and I am not going to do that.

1080P is now obsolete? :haha: Then why are broadcasters considering skipping UHD resolution and offering HDR with 1080P when they begin broadcasting using the new ATSC 3.0?

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/behind-screen/fox-exec-says-customers-will-get-hdr-cbs-vp-says-network-hasnt-made-any-decision-97887

I will leave with this thought Bruce. Remember the argument we had over the issue of UHD resolution? Remember how adamant you were that it was SO important versus my argument that said it was of no importance at all and will not be used to make UHD a success. That WCG and HDR would be the key features that would make UHD a very noticable difference over HD.

So how did that turn out? ;)

bruceames
03-06-2017, 06:08 PM
Oh come Lee, you've been beating the 8K drum ever since 4K came out. In many of your posts you said 4K is evolutionary, 8K is revolutionary. It was almost like your motto (a BS motto, but a motto nonetheless). You basically implied you were skipping 4K altogether, and I still think you are. It's cool though, but almost all of the other knowledgeable plasma folks who advocated waiting, have moved on to 4K, either LCD or OLED. For Christ's sake Lee, we're in 2017 now, 4K sets have been out for 4 years, and HDR sets 2 years. You're missing out. Really.

My point about the irony of your TV being obsolete (which it is, don't kid yourself, just about any $800+ 4K TV out there will put it to shame, you just don't know it yet), is regarding your silly Noah's Ark comment above. If someone who buys a TV today, sees that TV being as obsolete as Noah's Ark in two years, where does that put your TV? :haha:

Lee Stewart
03-06-2017, 08:03 PM
Oh come Lee, you've been beating the 8K drum ever since 4K came out. In many of your posts you said 4K is evolutionary, 8K is revolutionary. It was almost like your motto (a BS motto, but a motto nonetheless). You basically implied you were skipping 4K altogether, and I still think you are. It's cool though, but almost all of the other knowledgeable plasma folks who advocated waiting, have moved on to 4K, either LCD or OLED. For Christ's sake Lee, we're in 2017 now, 4K sets have been out for 4 years, and HDR sets 2 years. You're missing out. Really.

You know Bruce - it's not nice to tell lies about other people. Especially when you are a Super Moderator. You are supposed to be above that.

So I did a search for what you are claiming . . . my motto . . . and I found a thread from July 2015 where I said that:

http://www.highdefforum.com/high-definition-media/146486-blu-ray-producers-say-studios-should-shift-expectations-about-physical-media.html#post1385108

But nothing else showed up in the search. That must have made a hell of an impression on you Bruce, to remember it some 20 months later and to honestly believe that it is something I say all the time. Maybe you are better at searching the Forum then I am and you can post all the threads where "my motto" is posted. Will you do that please. If you can then I would apologize for calling you a liar which I clearly am.

My point about the irony of your TV being obsolete (which it is, don't kid yourself, just about any $800+ 4K TV out there will put it to shame, you just don't know it yet), is regarding your silly Noah's Ark comment above. If someone who buys a TV today, sees that TV being as obsolete as Noah's Ark in two years, where does that put your TV? :haha:

So you really believe the black level on an $800 LCD TV is going to "put to shame" the black level on my Panasonic VT50 Plasma? I go to Best Buy frequently - about once every 2 weeks just to see what's up and I just don't see that. Bruce - do you wear glasses? If you don't maybe you should see an eye doctor. If you do then you better make an appointment cause your prescription isn't right. In fact I know you are having trouble seeing, or is it understanding what I am writing.

I said I don't have broadband internet which is something you need if you want to watch UHD movies from Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, etc. So why would I want to upgrade to a UHD TV when I will have no access to convenient and affordable (be mindful of those caveats Bruce) UHD content?

See - here's the thing about that Noah's Ark comment I made. When someone is buying a new UHD TV today they honestly believe they are buying the latest and greatest TV tech available. And they would normally expect that to be the latest and greatest for quite some time. TVs are't like PCs where as soon as you walk out of the store with your new PC - it's already old tech - right - that's what they say about PCs isn't it?

We have had this conversation before Bruce. You are THE Poster Boy for BUY A UHD TV TODAY! You can't deny it. It is clearly written in so many of your posts. In fact I believe and of course you may correct me if I am wrong . . . you have never advised anyone to wait like I do because the technology is entering a state of transition and what is coming will be so much better than what is available today.

Here is a question I hope you will answer Bruce . . .

Are we at 10% yet?

If we look at all the content available - internet, OTA, discs, etc . And we classify all that content into the 3 categories: SD, HD & UHD - does UHD represent 10% yet?

bruceames
03-06-2017, 10:17 PM
No I am not telling lies Lee, I remember you saying many times about 4K being "evolutionary" and 8K being "revolutionary". I never said you claimed it was a "motto", but you said it often enough to where one would think that. I'm not going to dig into you post history and regarding being a mod, I think we know I don't have my mod hat on in this discussion. Anyway it's a good point and actually I do respect what you bring to this forum and we have our disagreements and sometimes they come to a head as they did now. It's actually good to have opposing opinions but I don't want to throw any more wood into the fire here. Have a good day Lee, no hard feelings man! :hithere:

Lee Stewart
03-06-2017, 11:31 PM
No I am not telling lies Lee, I remember you saying many times about 4K being "evolutionary" and 8K being "revolutionary".

But Bruce - your claim that I said it many times is unfounded. If I had it would have shown up in other threads when I did the search but it didn't. Only in that one thread.

I never said you claimed it was a "motto", but you said it often enough to where one would think that. I'm not going to dig into you post history and regarding being a mod, I think we know I don't have my mod hat on in this discussion. Anyway it's a good point and actually I do respect what you bring to this forum and we have our disagreements and sometimes they come to a head as they did now. It's actually good to have opposing opinions but I don't want to throw any more wood into the fire here. Have a good day Lee, no hard feelings man! :hithere:

I 'm confused here Bruce. It was YOU you just said it was my motto:

"In many of your posts you said 4K is evolutionary, 8K is revolutionary. It was almost like your motto (a BS motto, but a motto nonetheless)."

I am trying to set the record straight here and the feeling I am getting when discussing this and other issues with you is . . .

You Can't Nail Jell-O To The Wall!

Well it is obvious that we don't see eye-to-eye on these issues. So we will end it on a let's agree to disagree. :)

Please keep all that I have said in mind for future discussions which I am sure we will have.

Hey! . . . . . no hard feeling right! :yippee:

mytime
03-07-2017, 02:25 AM
Fwiw Lee the P55-c I bought last September surprised me greatly as far as black levels go. Thought I would be disappointed coming from a Panny pdp but was not. Hdr is imo awesome.

bruceames
03-07-2017, 08:59 AM
But Bruce - your claim that I said it many times is unfounded. If I had it would have shown up in other threads when I did the search but it didn't. Only in that one thread.



I 'm confused here Bruce. It was YOU you just said it was my motto:

"In many of your posts you said 4K is evolutionary, 8K is revolutionary. It was almost like your motto (a BS motto, but a motto nonetheless)."

I am trying to set the record straight here and the feeling I am getting when discussing this and other issues with you is . . .

You Can't Nail Jell-O To The Wall!

Well it is obvious that we don't see eye-to-eye on these issues. So we will end it on a let's agree to disagree. :)

Please keep all that I have said in mind for future discussions which I am sure we will have.

Hey! . . . . . no hard feeling right! :yippee:

No Lee, I said it was almost like your motto, not that it was your motto. Let's get the record straight. I do remember you mentioning that quite a few times but I see now that I shouldn't have associated that with being a motto, in any shape or form. My apologizes there Lee. Have a good day! :hithere:

Lee Stewart
03-28-2017, 04:00 PM
It looks like Despicable Me and Despicable Me 2 will be the first 4K UHD BDs to have Dolby Vision HDR:

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jkkyler
03-29-2017, 10:53 AM
My $0.02 Lee, as somebody who replaced a flagship Pammy plasma recently and who has a mid range 4k hdr display, Sony 850c and an entry level black Friday 4k Seike special, the blacks on newer even cheap lcd now rival the flagship plasmas of a few years ago. Not BestBuy showroom anecdotes but in home real world viewing both pre and post calibration

mytime
03-29-2017, 01:08 PM
My $0.02 Lee, as somebody who replaced a flagship Pammy plasma recently and who has a mid range 4k hdr display, Sony 850c and an entry level black Friday 4k Seike special, the blacks on newer even cheap lcd now rival the flagship plasmas of a few years ago. Not BestBuy showroom anecdotes but in home real world viewing both pre and post calibration

This surprised me the most. Never thought a LCD tv would reach or pass pdp levels of black without costing an arm and leg.

jkkyler
03-29-2017, 02:05 PM
Touching on another thread, if you would have been watching the Planet Earth 2 UHD Blu-ray which released yesterday with me there pass no way you could in good conscience tell people to wait- jaw dropping

bruceames
03-29-2017, 03:20 PM
Yeah I have PE II and it looks fantastic. Definitely a release to tempt people to jump in head first. It's pure demo porn. :D

Lee Stewart
03-30-2017, 01:29 AM
My $0.02 Lee, as somebody who replaced a flagship Pammy plasma recently and who has a mid range 4k hdr display, Sony 850c and an entry level black Friday 4k Seike special, the blacks on newer even cheap lcd now rival the flagship plasmas of a few years ago. Not BestBuy showroom anecdotes but in home real world viewing both pre and post calibration

:horse:

Lee Stewart
03-30-2017, 01:30 AM
Ah - THIS thread is about Dolby Vision HDR on 4K UHD Blu Rays. How about we stay on THAT topic huh?

Lee Stewart
05-07-2017, 09:20 AM
Two more UHD BD titles with Dolby Vision HDR have been announced:

Lionsgate will release Power Rangers on June 27, 2017, and Sony Pictures will release Resident Evil: Vendetta on July 18.

http://s30.postimg.org/6uas5tbsx/screenshot_4167.png (http://postimage.org/)

Lee Stewart
05-20-2017, 04:33 PM
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RELEASE DATE: 7/11

Lee Stewart
06-16-2017, 10:51 AM
Dolby Cinema Reaches 100th Announced Title with Warner Bros. Pictures’ Horse Soldiers

http://www.dcinematoday.com/dc/pr?newsID=4793

ImRizzo
06-19-2017, 08:01 AM
I'm working on a small library of UHDBluray with HDR and Dolby Vision who watched it on a Despicable's newest remaster and they said it was OUTSTANDING

Lee Stewart
07-05-2017, 04:53 PM
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https://s26.postimg.CC/xwtj9wm09/zzz.jpg (https://postimg.CC/image/mx8byavl1/)

Lionsgate just announced that RED and RED 2 will be coming to UHD-BD with Dolby Vision HDR on September 5th.

Lee Stewart
07-05-2017, 04:54 PM
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It will be available on September 5th in DV HDR

Lee Stewart
07-07-2017, 03:16 PM
https://s26.postimg.CC/7d0y7rlgp/GUARDIANS_2.jpg (https://postimg.CC/image/4vp70i1k5/)

http://www.hdmoviesource.com/Guardians-of-the-Galaxy-Vol-2-4K-Ultra-HD-p/11203.htm

Coming August 22.

Lee Stewart
07-08-2017, 08:20 PM
Pixelogic integrates Dolby Vision for Ultra HD Blu-ray releases

Pixelogic has already authored the first commercially available Dolby Vision Ultra HD Blu-ray titles, including Despicable Me and Despicable Me 2 for Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, and Lionsgate’s Saban’s Power Rangers. It is now at work on several more Dolby Vision-enabled Ultra HD Blu-ray titles for other major Hollywood studios, including Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s Resident Evil: Vendetta.

“Our collaboration with Pixelogic supports Dolby’s expansion of Dolby Vision content,” said Ron Geller, VP, World Wide Content Relations, Dolby Laboratories. “This will enable Dolby Vision to scale faster to meet the growing demand for Dolby Vision Ultra HD Blu-ray discs.”

“As a technology-first company, Pixelogic is fully committed to building innovative tools and specialized workflows that support new products and formats for the film and television industry,” added Seth Hallen, Pixelogic SVP, Business Development and Strategy. “We intimately understand the challenges of working at this level of image and sound quality, and we were very eager to support Dolby in launching Dolby Vision on Ultra HD Blu-ray. We are very proud of the deep relationship we’ve fostered with Dolby and the work that our respective engineering teams have accomplished.”

Working with Dolby’s engineers, the Pixelogic team enhanced its proprietary Blu-ray authoring platform Blu-print with Dolby Vision capabilities, and integrated tools to process and verify the Dolby Vision enhancement layer in conjunction with Pixelogic’s HEVC encoding technology.

Pixelogic also authored the Dolby Vision discs that were used as part of the Dolby approval process for Ultra HD Blu-ray player manufacturers to develop their player firmware and ensure player compatibility with Dolby Vision.

“We have been deeply embedded alongside Dolby throughout this process, from the early disc design phases through to the last stages of disc creation and certification,” added Hallen. “Being part of a true industry first is very gratifying for everyone at Pixelogic.”

https://www.rapidtvnews.com/2017070847929/pixelogic-integrates-dolby-vision-for-ultra-hd-blu-ray-releases.html#axzz4mITPVGMq

Lee Stewart
07-14-2017, 11:47 AM
https://s26.postimg.CC/7d0y7rlgp/GUARDIANS_2.jpg (https://postimg.CC/image/4vp70i1k5/)

http://www.hdmoviesource.com/Guardians-of-the-Galaxy-Vol-2-4K-Ultra-HD-p/11203.htm

Coming August 22.

Unfortunately it looks like this UHD-BD will NOT be in Dolby Vision HDR.

EDIT:

Confirmed - no DV on UHD-BD

Lee Stewart
07-18-2017, 08:22 PM
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Just announced by Sony for October 19 release date. The 4K UHD-BD will have Dolby Vision HDR.

BTW - this is a CGI movie (anime)

bruceames
07-19-2017, 06:29 PM
Unfortunately it looks like this UHD-BD will NOT be in Dolby Vision HDR.

EDIT:

Confirmed - no DV on UHD-BD

An insider from another forum mentioned that the lack of DV is due to the DV encoder not being ready for prime time yet. Digital DV uses a different encoder. So the decision was made that the HDR10 disc encoder would result in a superior HDR experience than the currently less than perfect DV disc encoder.

Although most thought that Disney was waiting for DV before coming on board, speculate has it that James Gunn pushed Disney to release this before DV was fully ready.

Also the next Pirates movie will be HDR10 only, but hopefully soon after that they will release in DV.

Lee Stewart
07-20-2017, 07:26 AM
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Lee Stewart
07-20-2017, 08:07 PM
Paramount Adds Dolby Vision, Atmos to 4K UHD Blu-ray, Digital Releases

Paramount Home Media Distribution is joining Lionsgate, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment incorporating Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos in its 4K UHD Blu-ray Disc and Digital HD releases featuring high dynamic range (HDR).

Dolby claims its new HD audio and visual technology enhances video content with a life-like qualities.

Bob Buchi, president of worldwide home media distribution at Paramount Pictures, said he “diligently studied” next-generation home entertainment audio and visual technologies and considers Dolby to be the best.

“The combination of high quality, immersive audio and dramatic visual imaging truly elevates the home viewing experience,” Buchi said a statement.

Curt Behlmer, SVP of content solutions and industry relations at Dolby Labs, said Vision “transforms” the TV experience by delivering greater brightness and contrast, as well as a fuller palette of rich colors.

“Our agreement with Paramount signifies yet another example of our commitment to providing consumers with access to exceptional movies and original content with a life-like audio and visual entertainment experience through Atmos and Vision,” he said.

Dolby said currently 100 studio movies are available in Dolby Vision, in addition to more than 200 titles available in Dolby Atmos. Dolby Vision is also incorporated in 125 hours of original content across several over-the-top video-streaming services.

http://www.homemediamagazine.com/paramount/paramount-adds-dolby-vision-atmos-4k-uhd-blu-ray-digital-releases-40456

Lee Stewart
07-26-2017, 09:42 AM
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To be released on October 3rd with Dolby Vision HDR

Lee Stewart
08-18-2017, 10:35 PM
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September 26

Lee Stewart
08-18-2017, 10:37 PM
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October 24

Lee Stewart
09-05-2017, 05:00 PM
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November 17

Lee Stewart
09-12-2017, 11:05 PM
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November 14

Lee Stewart
09-13-2017, 05:21 PM
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This is a UK release (11/21) no word yet on a USA release but it will be forth coming

EDIT: now confirmed for the USA - same date.

Lee Stewart
09-19-2017, 06:00 PM
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October 31

Lee Stewart
10-11-2017, 02:03 PM
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December 5

ImRizzo
10-11-2017, 08:52 PM
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September 26

Watched this Monday all I can say is WOW!

Lee Stewart
10-18-2017, 03:33 AM
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Deluxe Entertainment Services Group (Deluxe) delighted cinephiles today with the announcement that its compression and authoring services are now Dolby Vision approved, which will rapidly facilitate the release of more high-quality 4K UHD Blu-ray content into the market. Deluxe has already delivered more than 100 4K UHD Blu-ray SKUs in high dynamic range (HDR) – more titles than any other industry provider. With this announcement, Deluxe's end-to-end compression and authoring workflow, including its own proprietary toolset for dynamic range and color space conversion, and that of partners Scenarist and Ateme, is now approved by Dolby to support Dolby Vision HDR in addition to HDR10 for the 4K UHD Blu-ray Disc format.

With Futuresource expecting sales of 4K UHD disc players in 2017 to grow 148% and sales of 4K UHD TVs to grow 38%, Deluxe is helping to meet the growing demand for video content featuring the leap in visual quality that HDR delivers. The company has been working with many major studios and distributors to support their 4K UHD and HDR initiatives, with Paramount Pictures' Transformers: The Last Knight being among the first Dolby Vision 4K UHD Blu-ray titles that Deluxe delivered.

"The Transformers franchise delivers the kind of eye-popping action and state-of-the-art sound that absolutely engulfs you," said Edward Hoxsie,SVP of worldwide product production and fulfillment for Paramount Pictures. "Watching Transformers: The Last Knight on 4K UHD with Dolby Vision HDR quite literally transforms the home viewing experience into something more immersive and more visceral than ever before."

Deluxe Distribution President Walter Schonfeld said, "Content providers turn to Deluxe because we have a complete infrastructure to support them in delivering the highest quality entertainment experiences. We've collaborated closely with Dolby and leading commercial tool providers Scenarist and Ateme to develop and perfect our workflow – which is backed by the world's top compression and authoring experts, global facilities covering four time zones, 99.9% on-time delivery and a worldwide operation that masters more than 4500UHD Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD SKUs per year. We're pleased to extend that to now include approved Dolby Vision UHD Blu-ray capability."

"Deluxe has a long track record of pioneering workflows and technologies that help drive adoption of new formats," said Ron Geller, Vice President of Worldwide Content Relations, Dolby Laboratories. "They've been an early supporter and key partner to us in bringing Dolby Vision to consumers across the cinema, home, and mobile devices."

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/deluxe-helps-answer-growing-demand-for-4k-ultra-hd-blu-ray-content-with-dolby-vision-approved-authoring-services-300537107.html

Lee Stewart
10-25-2017, 06:19 PM
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Available Dec. 5 from Amazon.com UK

Lee Stewart
11-13-2017, 04:27 PM
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Available 12/19

Lee Stewart
11-14-2017, 05:09 PM
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2/13/18

Lee Stewart
11-14-2017, 05:14 PM
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According to The Digital Bits, WB has just announced IT will be available on UHD-BD on 1/9/18 and will be in Dolby Vision. If this is true, this will be WB's first DV title.

http://www.thedigitalbits.com/columns/my-two-cents/111417-1230

Lee Stewart
12-15-2017, 09:59 AM
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Jan. 23, 2018

Lee Stewart
12-19-2017, 03:43 PM
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https://s26.postimg.CC/565a64fxl/Transformers-_AOE-4_K-_Cover.jpg (https://postimages.CC/)

December 5

For some reason, these didn't get posted until today - 2 weeks after they were actually available. The site I use is very through about these Dolby Vision releases. They messed up on these 4 films though

Lee Stewart
12-20-2017, 04:35 PM
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Available now. Another DV title that slipped through the crack

Lee Stewart
12-20-2017, 04:40 PM
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Available now - ANOTHER DV title that was overlooked. :banghead:

Lee Stewart
12-23-2017, 04:57 PM
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NOTE: This title is in Dolby Vision ONLY on Sony releases which are everywhere EXCEPT the USA which is the domain for release by WB. So if you order the UK release you will get DV.

EDIT: 2/20/18

It appears this info is NOT correct. There is no Dolby Vision 4K UHD BD anywhere.

bruceames
12-25-2017, 09:04 AM
NOTE: This title is in Dolby Vision ONLY on Sony releases which are everywhere EXCEPT the USA which is the domain for release by WB. So if you order the UK release you will get DV.

How do you know the U.S. version won't have DV?

Lee Stewart
12-25-2017, 11:16 AM
How do you know the U.S. version won't have DV?

http://www.thedigitalbits.com/columns/my-two-cents/120717-1615

Lee Stewart
01-10-2018, 08:55 PM
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Release date: 2/13

Lee Stewart
01-18-2018, 02:17 PM
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Release Date: March 13

Lee Stewart
01-20-2018, 12:28 AM
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Jan. 23

Lee Stewart
01-20-2018, 12:29 AM
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Jan. 23

Lee Stewart
02-09-2018, 05:03 PM
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March 20

bruceames
02-14-2018, 04:05 PM
Seems the DV titles are really few and far between so far. I had thought that there would be more...

Lee Stewart
02-15-2018, 03:22 AM
Seems the DV titles are really few and far between so far. I had thought that there would be more...

I think it has to do with the fact that there are very few UHD-BD players that can play DV encoded discs.

Lee Stewart
02-20-2018, 11:58 AM
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Available March 27. This will be Disney's first 4K UHD BD with Dolby Vision

bruceames
02-20-2018, 08:16 PM
Nice to see Disney releasing a DV title, and such a high profile one to boot.

Lee Stewart
02-26-2018, 01:57 PM
https://s26.postimg.CC/mjeks5mvt/vvv.jpg (https://postimages.CC/)

Available now

Lee Stewart
02-26-2018, 02:02 PM
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Available now

Lee Stewart
02-28-2018, 02:57 AM
https://s26.postimg.CC/jk4gdhfpl/image.jpg (https://postimages.CC/)

Available May 8

Lee Stewart
03-06-2018, 12:24 AM
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Available 5/8

Lee Stewart
03-06-2018, 12:25 AM
https://s26.postimg.CC/g9cidmae1/image.jpg (https://postimg.CC/image/iqo9kvuad/)

Available 5/15

Lee Stewart
03-06-2018, 12:26 AM
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Available 5/15

Lee Stewart
03-14-2018, 10:09 AM
https://s26.postimg.CC/obuni73ft/image.jpg (https://postimg.CC/image/ucscf9q1x/)

Available May 22

ImRizzo
03-19-2018, 12:52 PM
Just got my copy of Star Wars The last Jedi, happily, it too, is in DolbyVision


Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 4K Blu-ray is also in DolbyVision

ImRizzo
03-19-2018, 02:21 PM
List of current 4K UHD Bluray disc with Dolbyvision

http://www.nextgenhometheater.com/dolby-vision-uhd-blu-ray-movies/

bruceames
03-19-2018, 04:03 PM
Just got my copy of Star Wars The last Jedi, happily, it too, is in DolbyVision


Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 4K Blu-ray is also in DolbyVision

You got it already? I thought it's not coming out until next week.

ImRizzo
03-19-2018, 04:42 PM
You got it already? I thought it's not coming out until next week.
It was supposed to be delivered Sat 3/17 but was delayed in shipping storms it arrived in NY Sat 3/17 to late for delivery
I buy on ebay from a guy who strips out the digital copy and the bluray but I don't want them anyhow got 4k disc in original case with slip cover. CHEAP and early.

ImRizzo
03-19-2018, 04:48 PM
https://www.ebay.com/itm/183086464251

bruceames
03-19-2018, 05:19 PM
It was supposed to be delivered Sat 3/17 but was delayed in shipping storms it arrived in NY Sat 3/17 to late for delivery
I buy on ebay from a guy who strips out the digital copy and the bluray but I don't want them anyhow got 4k disc in original case with slip cover. CHEAP and early.

I ordered the steelbook from Best Buy. How is the PQ?

ImRizzo
03-19-2018, 05:24 PM
I ordered the steelbook from Best Buy. How is the PQ?

Excellent, I don't care for the 'steelbook' editions doesn't do anything for me ?

bruceames
03-19-2018, 06:34 PM
Excellent, I don't care for the 'steelbook' editions doesn't do anything for me ?

I'm not a steelbook collector, but if I buy a new release with a steel option, I'll tend to gravitate towards that rather than the boring amary cases. :what:

Glad you like the PQ, I look forward to checking it out.

Lee Stewart
03-28-2018, 11:17 AM
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Available June 12

Lee Stewart
03-30-2018, 09:20 PM
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Available June 5

Lee Stewart
04-04-2018, 01:00 PM
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Available June 5

Lee Stewart
04-06-2018, 06:01 PM
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Available April 10

Lee Stewart
04-06-2018, 06:01 PM
https://s26.postimg.CC/50ecaq5d5/198322_front.jpg (https://postimages.CC/)

Available April 10

Lee Stewart
04-10-2018, 12:49 AM
https://s26.postimg.CC/nlmtttv5l/199056_front.jpg (https://postimages.CC/)

Available April 24

Lee Stewart
04-11-2018, 11:32 AM
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Available May 15

Lee Stewart
04-18-2018, 05:14 PM
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Available 5/22

Lee Stewart
04-20-2018, 08:12 PM
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Available June 19

Lee Stewart
04-24-2018, 02:10 AM
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Available June 12

Lee Stewart
04-30-2018, 03:55 PM
https://s26.postimg.cc/bi8vf7ag9/image.jpg (https://postimages.org/)

Available June 12

Lee Stewart
05-10-2018, 07:12 PM
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Available June 19

https://s26.postimg.cc/fuqgo9r8p/205127_front.jpg (https://postimages.org/)

Available June 19 (Steelbook)

Lee Stewart
05-23-2018, 09:32 PM
https://s26.postimg.cc/qmma8yn2x/202141_front.jpg (https://postimg.cc/image/3xx39e5p1/)

Available July 24

Lee Stewart
05-25-2018, 12:00 AM
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Available June 26

Lee Stewart
05-26-2018, 07:20 PM
https://s26.postimg.cc/l0dtaxtmx/203090_front.jpg (https://postimg.cc/image/d7n5iynnp/)

Available July 17

Lee Stewart
06-02-2018, 02:40 AM
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Available July 10

Lee Stewart
06-05-2018, 05:59 PM
https://s26.postimg.cc/e0rjadhkp/the-incredibles-4k.jpg (https://postimages.org/)

Lee Stewart
06-13-2018, 04:18 PM
https://s26.postimg.cc/oxf4hgcop/206901_front.jpg (https://postimages.org/)

Available Aug. 14

Lee Stewart
06-15-2018, 02:37 AM
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Available now

Lee Stewart
06-21-2018, 10:08 PM
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Available October 30

Lee Stewart
06-24-2018, 05:57 PM
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Available Now

Lee Stewart
06-27-2018, 11:30 AM
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Available August 7

Lee Stewart
07-13-2018, 04:46 PM
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August 14

Lee Stewart
07-17-2018, 11:27 PM
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September 4

Lee Stewart
07-17-2018, 11:29 PM
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September 25

Lee Stewart
07-17-2018, 11:30 PM
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September 25

Lee Stewart
07-17-2018, 11:31 PM
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September 25

Lee Stewart
07-18-2018, 12:49 PM
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December 4

It is interesting to note that the Digital release will be available on July 23

Lee Stewart
07-18-2018, 12:50 PM
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https://s26.postimg.cc/ovs1odbx5/image.jpg (https://postimg.cc/image/3yvtjpdw5/)

July 31

ImRizzo
07-22-2018, 07:37 PM
Wow, Dwayne Johnson is in every freakin' movie, he's a busy guy.

Lee Stewart
07-24-2018, 02:07 PM
https://s26.postimg.cc/n5fyjgqah/untitled.png (https://postimages.org/)

September 18

ImRizzo
07-24-2018, 04:16 PM
ordered pre-sale

Lee Stewart
07-24-2018, 06:00 PM
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August 21

Lee Stewart
07-26-2018, 02:42 PM
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September 11

Lee Stewart
07-31-2018, 05:11 PM
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TBA

Lee Stewart
08-06-2018, 08:43 PM
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October 9

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08-07-2018, 06:36 PM
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September 25

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08-07-2018, 06:41 PM
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October 2

The Matrix Revolutions and The Matrix Reloaded will also be available the same day

Lee Stewart
08-14-2018, 04:16 PM
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October 2

Lee Stewart
08-21-2018, 02:44 PM
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September 25

Lee Stewart
08-21-2018, 02:46 PM
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October 23

mengna
08-24-2018, 12:54 AM
Dolby Vision Coming To UHD-BD sometimes hard for our eyes.

Lee Stewart
08-24-2018, 05:41 PM
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October 9

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08-25-2018, 05:55 PM
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November 6

Lee Stewart
09-05-2018, 10:31 AM
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October 23

Lee Stewart
09-05-2018, 10:32 AM
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November 6

Lee Stewart
09-11-2018, 05:13 AM
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October 30

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09-12-2018, 11:46 PM
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November 6

Lee Stewart
09-26-2018, 11:00 AM
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November 6

Lee Stewart
10-01-2018, 05:28 PM
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This is the steel book version

November 27

ImRizzo
10-01-2018, 06:02 PM
Released nov 2017

Atomic Blonde 4K Blu-rayUnited States

Best Buy Exclusive SteelBook / 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital HD + UltraViolet Universal Studios | 2017 | 115 min | Rated R | Nov 14, 2017
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I bought it

https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Atomic-Blonde-4K-Blu-ray/216510/

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10-02-2018, 03:06 PM
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November 13