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Disney Plus on LG webOS TVs

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@Hastor AppleTV 4K at least works great in Dolby Vision. And the Netflix, Apple TV+, Amazon and Disney+ apps all support Dolby Vision and have Dolby Vision content.

Native LG apps for Amazon and Netflix also work great in Dolby Vision or HDR+.

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1 hour ago, Xander Mol said:

@Hastor AppleTV 4K at least works great in Dolby Vision. And the Netflix, Apple TV+, Amazon and Disney+ apps all support Dolby Vision and have Dolby Vision content.

Native LG apps for Amazon and Netflix also work great in Dolby Vision or HDR+.

Thanks. I'm good on the other apps on my TV. Sounds like the D+ app, at least in is current form, doesn't support HDR on LG (or DolbyVision).

Has HDR been confirmed for Xbox One X or PS4 Pro? I'm fine with standard HDR for now, not worth buying a new device to jump to DolbyVision on a single service yet. However I do want to ensure I get HDR at least, and those are the devices I have that are capable.

I'd also like surround sound, what formats are they using? My TV ARC channel only supports lossy surround. My receiver supports Atmos, but I don't have the speakers for it, running standard 5.1.

Should I be good with what I have, or will I need something new for HDR and the best (non Atmos) sound they will offer on D+?

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