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Amazon Prime Video reveals its May releases

Just in case you missed it, Amazon Prime Video also recently added new seasons of Bosch, The Good Fight, Fear of The Walking Dead, along with full seasons of Degrassi, Dawson’s Creek, Friday Night Lights and many more. Hit jump for the full list of shows.

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Warner Bros will support new Samsung-led HDR10+ standard

You may or may not have heard of the newest High Dynamic Range (HDR) standard to come out in the past year. But now its three founding companies—Samsung, Panasonic, and 20th Century Fox—just shared some updates on HDR10+ and what we can expect from the platform. This Dolby Vision competitor is said to soon make its way to “content companies, ultra-high definition TVs, Blu-ray disc players/recorders and set-top box manufacturers, as well as SoC vendors.” Moving forward, the three companies will be incorporating the standard in “all future Ultra HD movie releases, selected TVs, Ultra HD Blu-ray player/recorders, and other products.” And unlike its Dolby counterpart, Samsung, in a press release, emphasizes that using HDR10+ will be royalty-free and will only require a “nominal annual administration fee” to use the standard. Updates about the new format will be put up on this new site.

One of the bigger announcements, though, is that Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will be enabling this dynamic metadata solution to its content for Samsung, Panasonic and other HDR10+ capable 4K HDR TVs. Amazon Prime Video already supports the standard with its Prime Video HDR library already offering HDR10+ and can be seen on Prime Originals like The Grand Tour, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Jean-Claude Van Johnson, The Tick and The Man in the High Castle.


You currently can’t stream from Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in HD on the OnePlus 5, 5T

If you stream video on your OnePlus 5 or 5T, you might notice that the videos from Netflix or Amazon Prime Video aren’t as crisp as you’d like them to be. Unfortunately, these two devices can’t stream Netflix and Amazon Prime Video shows and movies in high-definition at the moment. These phones currently support Widevine Level 3 DRM instead of Widevine Level 1 required to cover HD streams. This means, you’re only able to stream in standard resolution at the moment. A spokesperson for OnePlus has assured its users though that they plan to enable Widevine Level 1 support through a future update. A timeframe hasn’t been given though over when this update will land.

Source: The Verge


Amazon Prime video app finally comes to Apple TV with 4K UHD content

Amazon today announced the Prime Video app is available on Apple TV 4K and previous generations of Apple TV in over 100 countries.

Prime Video customers now have even more ways to stream award-winning and critically-acclaimed titles including Amazon Original Movies, Prime Originals and Hollywood blockbusters and TV series on Apple TV 4K and Apple TV. Amazon’s library of 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) High Dynamic Range (HDR) titles are available on Apple TV 4K.

“Amazon Prime Video is one of the most eagerly anticipated apps to come to Apple TV, so we’re excited to bring all of that great content to customers,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “The Sports tab in the Apple TV app makes it even easier for fans in the US to track the teams, games and moments that are important to them. With these exciting updates, plus our growing collection of 4K HDR movies on iTunes, we continue to deliver an unparalleled entertainment experience to Apple customers.”

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