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Privilege 4K Movies App Streams IMAX Enhanced Content on Select Sony TVs

Owners of Sony IMAX Enhanced TVs are now able to download the Privilege 4K Movies app that delivers streaming IMAX Enhanced content to home viewers. The rollout of the app began earlier this week.

Concurrent to the app rollout, Sony has a special where anyone who purchases a qualifying TV (XBR-55A9F, XBR-65A9F, XBR-65Z9F or XBR-75Z9F) between 4/29/2019 and 5/30/2019 gets a free IMAX Enhanced movie on Privilege 4K.

To get Privilege 4K, owners of eligible devices need only access the Google Play store and then search for Privilege 4K. Once installed, it will be added to the apps menu on the compatible TV and be ready for action.

Mind you, IMAX Enhanced movie titles will also be available on Ultra HD Blu-ray, a boon for viewers who don’t have the bandwidth to support 4K streaming. But the point here is that viewers with compatible Sony televisions will have a streaming option that’s dedicated to IMAX Enhanced.

The big question is what sort of fidelity can you get through streaming when it’s delivered in IMAX Enhanced. I can offer some immediate insight, since I have just recently unpacked a Sony X950G 75″ TV And the first thing I did with it after the initial setup (including switching the picture mode to Cinema) was install the Privilege 4K app and check out the four 5-minute demo clips that are currently available.

Installation of the app took all of 10 seconds on the Sony X950G. I then went through with the registration process. I was rewarded with four previews of IMAX titles: Blue Planet, Galapagos, Space Station, and The Dream is Alive. And also includes a trailer that shows the effects of the noise reduction that’s part of the IMAX Enhanced mastering process.

The demo footage is absolutely stunning; the clarity is such that space shuttle footage shot on analog film has the hyperreal clarity we’ve come to expect from high-resolution digital capture.

Based on these early experiences, I eagerly look forward to watching movies presented with such vibrancy and detail and it absolutely is a reminder that it’s not enough to simply for a system to be able to deliver exceptional fidelity, you need properly mastered content to take full advantage.

The preview for Galapagos reminded me of the clips shown by TV makers at trade shows, used to demonstrate how awesome their TVs are. Rocks and water and lizards and plants all make for great eye candy and the textures revealed on the X950G are almost hyperreal in their definition and clarity. Add the undeniable vibrance delivered by HDR and it really does look like “you are there.”

The 2002 feature, Space Station, drove home the reality that this is next level content that really pops on this X950G TV. It’s clear that the X950G TV is able to render bright objects over the absolute blackness of outer space without triggering any clouding or halos when showing HDR. The overall effect truly delivers an impactful viewing experience, even when streaming.

A few details… There is no monthly fee and you don’t need any credit card information or billing info to use the app. Once your TV is activated, IMAX Enhanced documentaries are available at no added cost. Hollywood movies are obtained with vouchers associated with promotions. I’ll have more details on how it all works as soon as I get into the X950G review, but one thing I know for certain is Venom is one of the movie choices. Please stay tuned for more info.

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Does it stream with IMAX Enhanced sound as well?
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Does it stream with IMAX Enhanced sound as well?
Yes it does. The only thing is, I have not hooked the X950G review TV up to an AVR yet.

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My Projector is IMAX enhanced certified (not that that means anything really).

Can I get the App on a Roku ? ... I assume you would have mentioned if it was available on ATV4K and I didn't see that.

I suppose I could get Google Play stuff on my laptop which I can connect to the projector... I guess this app is only for TVs.

TV's seem a bit less IMAX than Projectors in my opinion.


My thoughts on if its going to be better than iTunes 4K content... Well, I suppose it would be fun to compare.
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My Projector is IMAX enhanced certified (not that that means anything really).

Can I get the App on a Roku ? ... I assume you would have mentioned if it was available on ATV4K and I didn't see that.

I suppose I could get Google Play stuff on my laptop which I can connect to the projector... I guess this app is only for TVs.

TV's seem a bit less IMAX than Projectors in my opinion.

My thoughts on if its going to be better than iTunes 4K content... Well, I suppose it would be fun to compare.
I believe this app is for Sony TVs. FandangoNow is the service that will be streaming IMAX Enhanced content from various platforms.

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Is the Sony A1E OLED TV IMAX enhanced?

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When does actual movie content come out though?
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My Projector (Sony VW285ES) is certified but my UHD player (Sony X700) doesn't seem to be yet though I did find a FW update that I wasn't aware of.

I found a handful of 3D IMAX Blu Rays here (remember the old style IMAX movies on disc?) so maybe I'll look at one of those just for the heck of it and see if I can find a IMAX Enhanced UHD title in town to check out. Maybe this IMAX Enhanced will get me buying some discs again... (not likely but who knows.)
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Is the Sony A1E OLED TV IMAX enhanced?
Yes, it is. Here's Sony's list of IMAX Enhanced devices (which the company apparently needs to update with 2019 models).
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I may seek one of the IMAX enhanced UHD discs in town.

I'm confused because both the Journey to South Pacific and Beautiful Planet discs list Digital Copy and I can't find either title on Vudu or iTunes. I guess this is a Fandango type of thing.
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I may seek one of the IMAX enhanced UHD discs in town.

I'm confused because both the Journey to South Pacific and Beautiful Planet discs list Digital Copy and I can't find either title on Vudu or iTunes. I guess this is a Fandango type of thing.
It's worth pointing out, Journey to the South Pacific has issues. It's an older film where the mastering is not at the same quality level as Beautiful Planet, or the new demo clips. By comparison, Beautiful Planet is stunning, reference quality material and absolutely worth owning.

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With 1 of the three available titles having video quality problems I think I’ll wait a while and see if IMAX Enhanced becomes worthwhile later
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I wasn't particularly overwhelmed by the image quality of the Imax Enhanced clips. They looked as good as some other HDR 10 and Dolby Vision content that I've seen on my X950G. Of course, I'm just eyeballing things and did not do any measurements. The DTS sound through my Denon receiver was pretty cool, though!

I still maintain that the best looking HDR video is available via clips from "The HDR Channel" on YouTube. Some of those clips have really taken my breath away.
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It's worth pointing out, Journey to the South Pacific has issues. It's an older film where the mastering is not at the same quality level as Beautiful Planet, or the new demo clips. By comparison, Beautiful Planet is stunning, reference quality material and absolutely worth owning.
What would be really interesting is knowing what the requirements for streaming this in full 4K glory are. Netflix HDR 4K is min 25Mbps, and that's still at times visibly compressed.
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I'm confused because both the Journey to South Pacific and Beautiful Planet discs list Digital Copy and I can't find either title on Vudu or iTunes. I guess this is a Fandango type of thing.
The Mill Creek Entertainment digital copies are ONLY available on Mill Creek's website and they're ONLY streamed in HD.
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I just downloaded the app on my 75Z9F and viewed a couple of the demo clips. I have to admit, Galapagos was pretty stunning. Was it better than Dolby Vision from my Oppo 203? Hard to tell. Regardless, the content was exceptional quality, and I am very happy that Mark made us aware of the new app. Big thanks!
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My Netflix HDR uhd is 15.25mbs and it looks good.

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So this app will only be for Sony TV's? Not their projectors?



And. according to your statement above, the IMAX documentaries will all be free? Just the Hollywood films (when they become available) will be for a fee?


And, will any other display manufacturer besides Sony, be it TV or Projector, plan on supporting IMAX Enhanced in the future?
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Yes it does. The only thing is, I have not hooked the X950G review TV up to an AVR yet.
I have a 85XBR900F running this app and have it hooked to a Denon 4500H. I’m only getting stereo using ARC. Maybe if the 900F had ARCe it would send the enhanced sound.

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What would be really interesting is knowing what the requirements for streaming this in full 4K glory are. Netflix HDR 4K is min 25Mbps, and that's still at times visibly compressed.
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I have a network monitoring device that allows me to select a device and monitor bandwidth usage. When viewing Netflix Dolby Vision content from either the internal Sony Z9F app, or the AppleTV 4K Netflix app, the bandwidth usage fluctuates up to ~25MBPs. I believe the app is designed to burst up to a high rate to fill the buffer, and then taper off until the buffer is depleted. Since I have a sustainable 200MBPs connection, I have no way of knowing how Netflix streaming would perform with a slower connection. All I know is that my connection supports any type of streaming content that I throw at it.
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So this app will only be for Sony TV's? Not their projectors?



And. according to your statement above, the IMAX documentaries will all be free? Just the Hollywood films (when they become available) will be for a fee?


And, will any other display manufacturer besides Sony, be it TV or Projector, plan on supporting IMAX Enhanced in the future?

- Sony's projectors don't run apps, so that's correct.

- The way that I read the press release, yes, the IMAX documentaries are supposed to be free content on Privilege 4K

- TCL has announced that it will support IMAX enhanced

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I have a 85XBR900F running this app and have it hooked to a Denon 4500H. I’m only getting stereo using ARC. Maybe if the 900F had ARCe it would send the enhanced sound.

Or I don’t have it set up correctly.
I will ask about configuring audio output from the TV., And if there's anything specific involved, I'll write something up. I'll also see how it goes when I try to set this up with the X950G and 6500H AVR.
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I have a network monitoring device that allows me to select a device and monitor bandwidth usage. When viewing Netflix Dolby Vision content from either the internal Sony Z9F app, or the AppleTV 4K Netflix app, the bandwidth usage fluctuates up to ~25MBPs. I believe the app is designed to burst up to a high rate to fill the buffer, and then taper off until the buffer is depleted. Since I have a sustainable 200MBPs connection, I have no way of knowing how Netflix streaming would perform with a slower connection. All I know is that my connection supports any type of streaming content that I throw at it.

That confirms Netflix's recommendations for optimal viewing. That's always good to know.
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I was lucky to come across this post and see that I have an eligible TV. I just wish the app could be loaded onto my main androidTV box which consist of Nvidia ShieldTV boxes since they are hands down the best most powerful androidTV devices currently on the market.

Anyway I did install it, and viewed the space station demo. It does look awesome! I need to check out the other ones soon as I get a chance.
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@imagic This is awesome news but what I'm most excited about is the fact you have an X-Wide Angle X950G unit for review!! When can we expect your thoughts on it?

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I wonder if this app will be as successful as Sony's "ULTRA 4K Movies & TV" movie app that was exclusively available for select Sony UHD displays way back a few years ago?

I mean, they set the bar pretty low with that one, so this will probably be marginally more successful.

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I wonder if this app will be as successful as Sony's "ULTRA 4K Movies & TV" movie app that was exclusively available for select Sony UHD displays way back a few years ago?

I mean, they set the bar pretty low with that one, so this will probably be marginally more successful.

Maybe.
I had that service, as well as the Sony 4K player, and neither was much of a success. If the new service also offers IMAX content for rent, I would be interested. I have no desire to purchase content to be stored on a potentially marginal service, and then having to deal with transferring the content to a different platform if the service is not successful.
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