If you are a fan of movies like The Fast and The Furious, Kung Fu Panda and Jurassic World, we have good news: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (UPHE) has signed a deal with Samsung to make HDR10 + content for compatible Samsung and Panasonic TV ' s.
This content includes both new titles from the film studio and potential remasterings of shows and films from the Universal Pictures library, including the training sessions ' How to train your dragon & # 39 ;, ' Back to the future & # 39 ; and ' Halloween & # 39 ;.
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Although the collaboration between the two companies is beneficial for anyone with an HDR10 + TV, it is also a decisive win over Dolby and its Dolby Vision platform – Dolby Vision had a broad lead in supported content in recent years, but this deal could help Samsung and the HDR10 + Alliance help to gain ground.
Unfortunately, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment has only announced that it will adjust part of its library to HDR10 +, but it has not stated which films from his catalog could get bumped into HDR10 +.
However, this deal should offer a glimmer of hope for anyone who has invested in an HDR10 + compatible TV from Samsung and Panasonic and has patiently waited for something – something – to actually look in the sharper format.
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