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All other platforms have these movies in the UHD format for the same price. Amazon is such a ripoff
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All other platforms have these movies in the UHD format for the same price. Amazon is such a ripoff
Agreed. I don't understand why Amazon is so stingy about UHD stuff.
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Agreed. I don't understand why Amazon is so stingy about UHD stuff.
For whatever reason, entire studios' UHD titles are not offered on Amazon.
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Mr. Roger's movie was $2 to rent.
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I purchased this digitally for $1.89 in UHD
If u bought on amazon - u most likely used credits and then spent 1.89
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All other platforms have these movies in the UHD format for the same price. Amazon is such a ripoff
Yea, but with digital credit they are free Smilie - well not free but you get the point
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True, I ideally would like 4K bluray, but that is a dead format.
Someone should offer online rentals with the same bitrate as 4k Bluray.
Yes, it won't be possible for most people, but many especially on the coasts, have 940mbps or higher internet. So there is a market for this.
Doubt the current infrastructure is likely to handle much more with all the school kids and work from home. They are already asking Netflix to downgrade UHD. This may be the new normal for awhile, not such a bad thing if your internet holds up.
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True, I ideally would like 4K bluray, but that is a dead format.
Someone should offer online rentals with the same bitrate as 4k Bluray.
Yes, it won't be possible for most people, but many especially on the coasts, have 940mbps or higher internet. So there is a market for this.
How is 4K Blu-ray a "dead format?" Did the UHD Blu-ray Fairy go around the world and magically disable everyone's UHD disc players?

Every movie is still getting a 4K disc release. And, if you're concerned that your player will eventually kick the bucket once they stop manufacturing them, they all (mostly?) come with 4K digital copies.

It may be the last of the physical disc formats, but I think it's going to be around until the digital format catches up bitrate wise since there's always going to be some market for the highest picture and sound quality.
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How is 4K Blu-ray a "dead format?" Did the UHD Blu-ray Fairy go around the world and magically disable everyone's UHD disc players?

Every movie is still getting a 4K disc release. And, if you're concerned that your player will eventually kick the bucket once they stop manufacturing them, they all (mostly?) come with 4K digital copies.

It may be the last of the physical disc formats, but I think it's going to be around until the digital format catches up bitrate wise since there's always going to be some market for the highest picture and sound quality.
UHD is not a dead format by any means - Hollywood plans to keep it around longer for premium releases.

It will be several years before the digital video market catches up.
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Doubt the current infrastructure is likely to handle much more with all the school kids and work from home. They are already asking Netflix to downgrade UHD. This may be the new normal for awhile, not such a bad thing if your internet holds up.
Oh shit I saw something about this in Europe being discussed was hoping not here. Oh well either $10 4k UHD Blu-ray or I will DL UHD if it comes to that with (for now) unlimited data.
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Here is the UHD version (MA compatible) for the Same price on Amazon.
Bought it last week @ this price with expiring credit.
Once upon a Time in Hollywood 4k UHD

https://www.amazon.com/Once-Upon-...B07VG6QY38
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True, I ideally would like 4K bluray, but that is a dead format.
Someone should offer online rentals with the same bitrate as 4k Bluray.
Yes, it won't be possible for most people, but many especially on the coasts, have 940mbps or higher internet. So there is a market for this.
I wouldn't hold my breath on that and that speed isn't the problem.

As some have pointed out, the inferiority of streaming especially on the AQ side of 4K vs disc it to great to go away. Especially for the people with reference equipment.

I doubt disc is going anywhere soon, it can't keep up now with disc imagine when 8K comes out.
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