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Arrow Universal to release movies in HDR10+ format on UHD Blu-ray & online

Universal to release movies in HDR10+ format on UHD Blu-ray & online

Samsung and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment have announced plans to bring a "wide selection of new release and catalog fare" to market in HDR10+ format. But is HDR10+ building momentum or actually falling apart?

Universal has been mastering movies in Dolby Vision HDR for some time. We are counting a total of 34 Dolby Vision titles, based on our iTunes 4K HDR list. That is likely to continue but in the future Universal will add HDR10+, Samsung's alternative to Dolby Vision, to its portfolio.

Samsung and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment announced the plans in a press release saying that they will collaborate to "bring to market titles mastered with HDR10+".

- “We are delighted to team with Samsung Electronics on HDR10+ to deliver this striking, cutting-edge technology to entertainment consumers, providing them opportunity to enjoy unparalleled, state-of-the-art movie-watching experiences across an array of Universal physical and digital titles,” said Michael Bonner, EVP, Digital Distribution, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (UPHE).

While Universal did not announce specific titles, the company did say that its plans cover "a wide selection of new release and catalog fare with HDR10+ technology, providing consumers with the best-possible home entertainment viewing experience on a variety of displays". Movies will be released in HDR10+ format on UHD Blu-ray and online.

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