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K Did the right thing offering Scario 2 in ATMOS UHD HDR - I promptly pre ordered it and had it available on 14th September much before the disc will arrive.

Today it got populated into my VUDU account in UHD and in Movies Anywhere 4k..and in iTunes as 4K Vision.

If all K titles arrived - early release - ATMOS - crosss platform rights ... I would buy every title from K even though they are more expensive than a Disc..

Studio dependent and nothing in K’s control, but agree it’s nice to see the cross population of titles where digital rights exist.


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K Did the right thing offering Scario 2 in ATMOS UHD HDR - I promptly pre ordered it and had it available on 14th September much before the disc will arrive.
Today it got populated into my VUDU account in UHD and in Movies Anywhere 4k..and in iTunes as 4K Vision.
If all K titles arrived - early release - ATMOS - crosss platform rights ... I would buy every title from K even though they are more expensive than a Disc..
Thanks for the heads up about Sicario: Day of the Soldado being included in the Vudu libraries of those of us who bought it from the Kscape store. I bought it yesterday, watched it last night, and loved every minute of it. It is about as dark and cynical as its possible for a movie to be but it is great fun. Better yet its UHD HDR TrueHD Atmos treatment make it look and sound great too.
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Studio dependent and nothing in K’s control, but agree it’s nice to see the cross population of titles where digital rights exist.


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I think after apple bring the ATMOS to the apple tv 4k we will see a lot of title from the studio includes the immersive audio


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Bear in mind that the Apple version will be lossy DD+ Atmos not the full fat TrueHD Atmos seen on discs and in the K store.
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Bear in mind that the Apple version will be lossy DD+ Atmos not the full fat TrueHD Atmos seen on discs and in the K store.


That’s for sure but I meant the studio digital division are the same so we expect more immersive audio content


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Thanks for the heads up about Sicario: Day of the Soldado being included in the Vudu libraries of those of us who bought it from the Kscape store. I bought it yesterday, watched it last night, and loved every minute of it. It is about as dark and cynical as its possible for a movie to be but it is great fun. Better yet its UHD HDR TrueHD Atmos treatment make it look and sound great too.
Bought it myself, although I'm yet to watch it. It was nice to see it priced at below a new 4K disc price instead of well over!
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Can anyone comment on why some movies are listed as UHD and HDR while some say just HDR? Are there really 1080p HDR movies on Kaleidescape?
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Can anyone comment on why some movies are listed as UHD and HDR while some say just HDR? Are there really 1080p HDR movies on Kaleidescape?
No - some titles are available in UHD (without HDR) and also HDR, those listed as just HDR, don't have a UHD only version. All are 4K titles.
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Can anyone comment on why some movies are listed as UHD and HDR while some say just HDR? Are there really 1080p HDR movies on Kaleidescape?

The Movies Marked UHD are just 4K no HDR

The. Lives Marked HDR are 4K HDR Movies
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Big Lebowski's in the store now. $15.99 for the 4K HDR version! Good move with the pricing, NBCUniversal. Now I'm in for an impulse buy. Haha.
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Big Lebowski's in the store now. $15.99 for the 4K HDR version! Good move with the pricing, NBCUniversal. Now I'm in for an impulse buy. Haha.
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Can't quite tell if you're being sarcastic or not. Lol.
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You beat me to it. As much as I love The Big Lebowski I think long and hard these days before buying a UHD HDR catalog title that doesn't also offer either a TrueHD Atmos or DTS:X immersive audiotrack. The Kscape price for The Big Lebowski upgrade is certainly fair, though.

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You beat me to it. As much as I love The Big Lebowski I think long and hard these days before buying a UHD HDR catalog title that doesn't also offer either a TrueHD Atmos or DTS:X immersive audiotrack. The Kscape price for The Big Lebowski upgrade is certainly fair, though.


Not sure if you guys are being sarcastic or not, but the 4K disc on Amazon has 5.1 DTS. I wouldn’t be surprised that they didn’t remaster the audio for the 4K release.
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Not sure if you guys are being sarcastic or not, but the 4K disc on Amazon has 5.1 DTS. I wouldn’t be surprised that they didn’t remaster the audio for the 4K release.

Back of the disc actually states DTS:X
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Not sure if you guys are being sarcastic or not, but the 4K disc on Amazon has 5.1 DTS. I wouldn’t be surprised that they didn’t remaster the audio for the 4K release.
According to Blu-ray.com the disc carries a DTS:X track.

Sadly it's typical of Universal (and possibly Fox) - that they aren't providing full assets to Kaleidescape by including immersive audio tracks.

Rumours coming out of CEDIA earlier this month suggested that both studios were close to a deal to provide immersive tracks for their titles.
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Not sure if you guys are being sarcastic or not, but the 4K disc on Amazon has 5.1 DTS. I wouldn’t be surprised that they didn’t remaster the audio for the 4K release.
That's why I couldn't tell if he was being sarcastic since I saw the same listing as you that only stated DTS-HD MA 5.1. I've now found some info on another site claiming DTS:X. That's cool, but Big Lebowski is one film where having X -or- standard 5.1 is not any sort of deal breaker for me. What IS appealing to me is that not only is the price right (cheaper than the BD by a few bucks), but it's already available for download whereas the disc isn't being released until October 16th. Normally I can be stickler about wanting X or Atmos, but I'm not for this particular movie.
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Rumours coming out of CEDIA earlier this month suggested that both studios were close to a deal to provide immersive tracks for their titles.
That would be awesome! Hope the rumors prove to be based on truth!
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Is their much difference in taking an old DTS 5.1 soundtrack and the studio remixing to DTS:X vs just using our own DTS Neural upmixing? I know we continue to have the same conversations lol, but I find the upmix pretty good on these older soundtracks. You all must have better hearing than me or better systems. Likely depends on what the studio did for the new soundtrack? Based on my discussions with K at CEDIA, they are working on this. Hopefully this will be resolved and we can move on.... SJ
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Is their much difference in taking an old DTS 5.1 soundtrack and the studio remixing to DTS:X vs just using our own DTS Neural upmixing? I know we continue to have the same conversations lol, but I find the upmix pretty good on these older soundtracks. You all must have better hearing than me or better systems. Likely depends on what the studio did for the new soundtrack? Based on my discussions with K at CEDIA, they are working on this. Hopefully this will be resolved and we can move on.... SJ
On the basis that there are very few DTS:X titles - particularly on K, it's difficult to say what the differences are. The few titles are mostly newer ones, but in general I find those that have either DTS:X or Atmos have far greater dynamism and the mix is far more detailed. I have never got along with either of the upmixing variants (DSU or NeuralX, or those prior to immersive audio) - they just don't provide me with that detailed sound, in fact I find them 'muffled and busy' with effects wrongly placed in many tracks. I much prefer listening in 'native' form, rather than engaging the 'pseudo sound' of DSU or NeuralX.

I think you are right that with all things, it very much depends on the studio/sound engineers what quality or improvement there is likely to be, but with my dislike of the upmixers, I would suggest that any re-mix would be an improvement - for me. YMMV

Would be nice for K to come through with this and then we could put this griipe to bed once and for all
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You beat me to it. As much as I love The Big Lebowski I think long and hard these days before buying a UHD HDR catalog title that doesn't also offer either a TrueHD Atmos or DTS:X immersive audiotrack. The Kscape price for The Big Lebowski upgrade is certainly fair, though.
No discrimination here - I don't buy 4K UHD Discs which don't have immersive Audio...
Only exception has been the NOLAN Collection... just because these are my favorites.
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No discrimination here - I don't buy 4K UHD Discs which don't have immersive Audio...
Only exception has been the NOLAN Collection... just because these are my favorites.
Yep. I held my nose and bought the UHD HDR upgrades of Nolan's films from the Kscape store, despite their not having immersive audiotracks. I did so because DTS-HD MA 5.1 audio is the only game in town for Nolan films, because of his benighted (and infuriating) refusal to allow his audiotracks to be remixed for DTS:X or TrueHD Atmos. But enough of this talk, for this way lies madness.

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Would be nice for K to come through with this and then we could put this gripe to bed once and for all
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On the basis that there are very few DTS:X titles - particularly on K, it's difficult to say what the differences are. The few titles are mostly newer ones, but in general I find those that have either DTS:X or Atmos have far greater dynamism and the mix is far more detailed. I have never got along with either of the upmixing variants (DSU or NeuralX, or those prior to immersive audio) - they just don't provide me with that detailed sound, in fact I find them 'muffled and busy' with effects wrongly placed in many tracks. I much prefer listening in 'native' form, rather than engaging the 'pseudo sound' of DSU or NeuralX.

I think you are right that with all things, it very much depends on the studio/sound engineers what quality or improvement there is likely to be, but with my dislike of the upmixers, I would suggest that any re-mix would be an improvement - for me. YMMV

Would be nice for K to come through with this and then we could put this griipe to bed once and for all
If anyone wants to compare DTS:X to Upmixed, there are titles in the store (mainly Universal but some Lionsgate titles also) where the HD version has DTS:X and the HDR/UHD version has DTS-HD MA 5.1 (F8, The Huntsman: Winter’s War, etc.). This is what I used to checkout the upmixing of my processor. It surprised me how good it was.

I still want to see immersive audio from Universal and Fox like we have on all of the other major studios.
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Congrats! I know it's a big investment, but trust me, once you have it, there is no going back. Haha. Thankfully I've been getting some longevity out of the 24 as it's been totally sufficient for my space needs for the time being and I have a fairly sizeable library. It'll (maybe) be at least a few more years until I have to step it up to the 40 or just toss another 24 into the mix. Love the flexibility of it all.
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Congrats! I know it's a big investment, but trust me, once you have it, there is no going back. Haha. Thankfully I've been getting some longevity out of the 24 as it's been totally sufficient for my space needs for the time being and I have a fairly sizeable library. It'll (maybe) be at least a few more years until I have to step it up to the 40 or just toss another 24 into the mix. Love the flexibility of it all.


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Hi all, noob question here.
I have a large collection if uhd titles purchased through vudu. Thinking about getting a kscape. Will these port over or do I have to rebuy them all. If rebuy do I pay the full purchase price or is there an upgrade?

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Earlier this week I checked my Kscape system's history and discovered to my delight that I am getting download speeds of ~100 Mbps these days. With the Strato, I was lucky to get 40 Mbps. I can't explain the disparity but there it is.


Even with the luck of immersive sound from many title but when IN the K-system u can’t go back always looks to upgrade but the life is once so enjoy


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