Originally Posted by morphinapg
Weeks? That's kind of a short time frame to judge such things. At minimum I would compare the last 3 months to the 3 before that, but more realistically, comparing year to year is better. I don't see HDR slowing down. Some shows that weren't even HDR before are now.
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Problem is there has been many releases that do not have HDR which gives the impression that they don't care much about offering it. I'm not sure of the process for choosing which movies or shows get HDR and which do not but I would have expected more of their originals to have HDR than is currently available.
To be honest there isn't a lot of "good" content in HDR on either Amazon or Netflix if you really look. There's a few standout shows or movies that are pretty good but a lot of stuff in HDR is just bad, not in terms of the video quality but the quality of the content.
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