How to Stream Netflix and Amazon Movies 4K with Amazon’s new Ultra HD 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc reader
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article It’s been a long time coming for Netflix and its new UltraHD Blu-rays to make their way to Amazon’s streaming service, Amazon Instant Video.
The news comes courtesy of Amazon VP of Product Jason Cipriani, who shared that the two new discs, dubbed Ultra HD 3.5 and Ultra HD 6, will be available to stream to a new user through the streaming service starting in the coming weeks.
The company said the new disc will have a “slightly higher resolution” and will also “have a 4K encoding option.”
This new 4K disc is going to be a bit different than the Ultra HD 2.9, which had a similar Ultra HD Ultra Blu-Ray option in the works.
In the same way, this Ultra HD disc will only have the original Dolby Digital 5.1 audio output on it.
As with the UltraHD Ultra Blu Ray, the Ultra-HD 6 Ultra HD discs are a bit bigger and more than twice the size of the Ultra 4K discs.
The new Ultra-hd discs also support Dolby Atmos audio, which Amazon describes as a “new sound enhancement technique” that “enhances the spatial accuracy of sound.”
The new discs will be priced at $14.99 per disc, which is roughly the same price as the 4K Blu-RAYs that were announced earlier this month.
Amazon Instant Videos also revealed that it is bringing back the “Amazon Prime Now” service, which will allow users to download a variety of movies and TV shows at the click of a button.
For now, though, the service will still only offer a select selection of movies that are available on the service.
Amazon says it will expand its Prime Now service in the future, and we’ll be sure to keep you updated as more news becomes available.
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