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Weekly $4.99 list: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...eals/11629

This week sees a couple 4K UHD titles from 20th Century Fox at VUDU for $4.99. All are Movies Anywhere compatible.
THE FAULT IN OUR STARS: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...ars/548290
WIDOWS: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...ws/1002154
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...ess/873423

I also picked up the following "deep cuts" along with the token weekly Disney offering. Haven't seen a Lionsgate sale by FanFlix in months, so I went ahead and picked up the following:
At Eternity's Gate: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...te/1023935
August Osage County: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...nty/502750 Expired
Bad Lieutenant: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...ed-/142874 Expired
Fantastic Mr. Fox (MA): https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...Fox/168600
Good Hair: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...air/175254 Expired
Jacob's Ladder: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...der/670917 Expired
Lucky Number Slevin: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...evin/63381 Expired
Silver Linings Playbook: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...ook/391861 Expired
Swimming with Sharks: https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...harks/6091 Expired
The Color of Money (MA): https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...oney/15220 Expired
The Grand Budapest Hotel (MA): https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...tel/513195
The Tree of Life (MA): https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...ife/186668
Tron (MA): https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...Tron/12968 Expired
Tron: Legacy (MA): https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...acy/168143 Expired

https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...eals/11629
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pyroskater85 asked this question on 09-08-2021 at 11:49 AM
09-08-2021 at 11:49 AM
If the movie is MA, it will transfer.
09-08-2021 at 11:49 AM
I would check moviesanywhere site to see if the movie is listed there. One way to be certain it converts.

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For a moment there I thought Tron Legacy had finally been upgraded to 4K 😢
People have run AI 4k upscale algorithms on the 1080 source and then encoded the result. You might check it out
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So I just looked at maybe 10 or so of your most recent posts to SD and they all are complaining about things and have nothing to do with the deal. If you don't like digital items fine, move on. That's not what this post is about.
Oooh sick burn!

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Tron Legacy is 1080p unfortunately... 2K DI but graphics and cameras it was shot in were 1080. 3D version could be considered 2K.
Tear. They probably thought they were doing something nifty using those 1080 digital cameras way back in 2011. If they really committed to doing it well, HDR would give it a boost. It's painful to consider they could likely get the original's large format film up to 8K!
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Tron Legacy is 1080p unfortunately... 2K DI but graphics and cameras it was shot in were 1080. 3D version could be considered 2K.
Okay? Star Wars Episodes 2 & 3 were shot on ancient digital cameras circa the year 2000 and are in 4K.

There's ways to enhance the picture to make it worth it. Honestly an HDR upgrade is the biggest advantage of a 4K release. Especially if you're talking about a digital title.
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Okay? Star Wars Episodes 2 & 3 were shot on ancient digital cameras circa the year 2000 and are in 4K.

There's ways to enhance the picture to make it worth it. Honestly an HDR upgrade is the biggest advantage of a 4K release. Especially if you're talking about a digital title.
No there are not "ways to enhance the picture to make it worth it"... They only collected 1080x1920 pixels worth of information and threw the rest away. The only way you get back data is by making it up and guessing what it should be.

This is not blade runner where you get to zoom in on things forever by saying "enhance". There is no a magical enhancement algorithm that turns 1080 into 2k or 4k. Interpolation of an images always sucks, and always has. If you disagree buy a cheap camera that has a 640x320 sensor that's interpolated up to 1080.
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No there are not "ways to enhance the picture to make it worth it"... They only collected 1080x1920 pixels worth of information and threw the rest away. The only way you get back data is by making it up and guessing what it should be.

This is not blade runner where you get to zoom in on things forever by saying "enhance". There is no a magical enhancement algorithm that turns 1080 into 2k or 4k. Interpolation of an images always sucks, and always has. If you disagree buy a cheap camera that has a 640x320 sensor that's interpolated up to 1080.
Yes and no. There is no magical way to extract more information. But upscaling has come a long way and HDR can make a significant impact. He is exactly right that Star Wars Episodes 2 & 3 were filmed on digital 1080p and recently received 4K HDR releases. Reviewers seemed to love the 4K releases and especially praised the HDR of it.

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The digitally photographed Revenge of the Sith dazzles on UHD. The digital construction shows maturity over Attack of the Clones and the film shines with the added resolution and HDR color output. Look at a lightsaber duel in chapter five, Obi-Wan and Anakin versus Count Dooku. The lightsabers glow with perhaps the most impressive HDR intensity seen anywhere not just in the Star Wars galaxy but across the entire UHD universe-at-large. Likewise, the green readouts and accent lights seen aboard Grievous' ship's bridge in the following minutes are spectacular. The sun over Coruscant seen in a couple of shots from space and on the planet's surface brightly illuminates the screen with searing intensity. The white, bright interior of the Blockade Runner is a standout in chapter 33 for intensity and clarity while the hellish reds on Mustafar offer bold, terrifying intensity. Black levels are excellent, particularly in some of the key low light and shadowy scenes where Anakin is most deeply challenged at his core, his soul torn between the Jedi and the Dark Side. Add in laser blasts, explosions, and all sorts of other practical and digital elements, like Yoda and Clone Troopers, and there's no shortage of HDR excellence to be found.

The 2160p resolution ensures a firm, highly detailed image as well. Facial close-ups are excellent, easily the most complex and accurate in any of the three prequel films, besting even Attack of the Clones which looks good be never can quite kick into 4K hyperdrive. Here, there's intimacy and clarity aplenty, well beyond the Blu-ray's abilities. Droid close-ups are rewarding for grand texture and even digital Clone Troopers and other characters -- like Grievous and his lizard-like eyes seen in one close-up -- show fantastic attention to detail. There remains a certain air of artificiality to some of the visual effects shots, but this is a much more visually polished and fruitful experience than Attack of the Clones. Overall it's the best looking Star Wars UHD amongst the prequel trilogy and the original trilogy.
https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Star-Wars-Episode-III-Revenge-of-the-Sith-4K-Blu-ray/257143/#Review
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Chase has a targeted discount for VUDU, i think it was 10% for me.
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