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Vudu, Inc. is an American content delivery and media technology company responsible for Vudu-branded interactive media services and devices. Vudu
Vudu
distributes full-length movies over the Internet to televisions in the United States
United States
of America. It does this with a content delivery network that uses a hybrid peer-to-peer TV technology.[2] Vudu
Vudu
was acquired by Walmart
Walmart
in March 2010. Vudu
Vudu
was founded on January 1, 2004. It began by only making its own set-top boxes (the Vudu
Vudu
Box and the Vudu
Vudu
XL), but Vudu
Vudu
now primarily markets its software as a smart TV/connected TV platform and video on demand (VoD) distribution service to third-party consumer electronics devices.[2] Vudu
Vudu
is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV
Apple TV
(4th gen and 4K), TiVo
TiVo
Roamio, and Roku
Roku
devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu
Vudu
app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.[3] As of December 2011, the Vudu
Vudu
app within the downloadable version of the Boxee
Boxee
media player is no longer supported, due to DRM and certification requirements.[4]

VUDU had a plain logo in 2014. Contents

1 Movie delivery and storage via Vudu
Vudu
Box 2 Digital locker integration 3 Movie format

3.1 Movie selection 3.2 HDX and TruFilm

4 Vudu
Vudu
Internet and mobile applications

4.1 Search functions

5 History 6 Set top box features (2007–2010)

6.1 XL version 6.2 Remote control 6.3 Specifications

7 Competitors 8 Original programming 9 See also 10 References 11 External links

Movie delivery and storage via Vudu
Vudu
Box[edit] P2PTV overlay network serving three video streams. Vudu
Vudu
Box requires a home broadband Internet connection to deliver movies. Users are given the option of watching a selected movie now or watching it later. The first couple of seconds of every movie within the catalog are loaded onto the Vudu
Vudu
Box's hard drive, ensuring instant playback when the user chooses to watch a given film. The remainder of the movie is delivered to the box via an exclusive peer-to-peer network.[5] This process begins instantaneously while the user views the loaded portion of the movie, allowing for seamless viewing.[6] The movie then finishes downloading to the box's hard drive. Users are able to set the amount of bandwidth the box uses, with settings at 1 Mbit/s (Delayed movies), 2 Mbit/s (Instant standard-definition movies), and 4 Mbit/s (Instant high-definition movies).

Digital locker integration[edit] In 2012, Vudu
Vudu
began partnering with the movie-industry-backed UltraViolet system, to offer users a digital locker as well as digital versions to some DVDs and Blu-ray discs purchased in retail stores.[7] In 2014, Vudu
Vudu
became a participating provider in Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA), Disney's digital locker service that is separate from Ultraviolet.[8] Vudu
Vudu
is currently one of only two U.S. streaming providers to be compatible with both UltraViolet and Movies Anywhere, the successor to DMA. On January 30, 2019, Variety reported that Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) would shut down UltraViolet on July 31, 2019. They mentioned that users connect to at least one major retailer, like Vudu, who have continued to support UltraViolet redeemed streaming rights after the service has been shut down.[9]

Movie format[edit] Movies are encoded in the MPEG-4 video codec and utilize various forms of Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
audio. Vudu
Vudu
offers movies in three formats: standard-definition or SD (480p), HDX (1080p), and UHD (4K). Prior to 2017, Vudu
Vudu
also offered 720p versions and playback in between SD and HDX with different pricing, but was dropped shortly before UHD was being introduced. SD titles are up-scaled to higher resolutions depending on the player or max resolution of the display. The majority of titles can be output at 24fps depending on the display or device used for playback. Audio on SD titles and streams are restricted to Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
5.1 or 2.0 configurations, while most titles HDX or greater utilizes Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
Plus 5.1 or 2.0. Vudu
Vudu
offers Dolby Atmos audio with select UHD titles and recent releases. Audio is limited to stereo playback on HTPC/PC/Mac platforms. Depending on the playback device as well as the display type and resolution, users can adjust video to display in stretched, boxed, or zoomed format as well as adjusting overscan settings.

Movie selection[edit] As of June 2019, Vudu's selection contains over 24,000 titles in their catalog and over 8,000 television shows, making them one of the largest streaming providers of its kind. Titles range from major motion pictures, independent films, documentaries, children's programming, anime, musicals, recorded musical performances, cartoons, and television series. Vudu
Vudu
has established content licensing contracts with all major movie studios as well as over 50 smaller and independent studios. In late 2016, Vudu
Vudu
rolled out a Free With Ads category of several titles for users of the service. Title selection changes month by month with films licensed from majors such as Lionsgate, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, and Warner Bros., along with titles from independents such as Cinedigm, Filmrise/Screen Media, Kino Lorber, Magnolia Pictures, RJL Entertainment, and others. Movies are available to rent in standard-definition, HDX, and UHD formats. A rented title can be stored on the Vudu
Vudu
Box for 30 days before being watched. Once a user begins watching a rented title, they have a 24 or 48-hour rental period to finish. After this period, the rental is expired but can be extended for a discounted price. In Vudu's early years, the majority of movies and television shows were only available for purchase in standard-definition format only. This policy was consistent with studio standards and other digital retailers concerning digital purchases and rights management. Currently, most movies and TV shows are available to purchase in HDX format when available, while a growing number of titles are becoming available to own in 4k UHD format. On February 25, 2010, to comply with the policies of its parent corporation, Vudu
Vudu
discontinued operating the AVN After Dark channel which provided users with adult movies.[10]

HDX and TruFilm[edit] Vudu
Vudu
is capable of downloading and playing movies in HDX format, a format created by Vudu
Vudu
which encodes most titles in 1080p
1080p
HD at 24 frames-per-second. Vudu
Vudu
utilizes the H.264
H.264
( MPEG-4 Part 10) encoding process along with proprietary encoding techniques dubbed TruFilm.[11] TruFilm is composed of four main technologies designed to maximize the H.264
H.264
encoding standard:

Psychovisual Processing: Designed to dampen and eliminate artifacting and pixelation commonly seen in areas of dark sky and water in movies by utilizing a constant algorithmic and visual check, then flagging these sections to be re-encoded.[12] See also Psychophysics and Subjective video quality. Film Grain Preservation: A process which maintains the slight imperfections that the director of the movie decided to leave in the final film. Vudu
Vudu
makes multiple encoding passes over the original film, allowing the final encoded product to contain the original film grain.[12] Statistical Variable Bitrate: Ensures optimal video quality throughout the film by allocating a higher encoding budget to high detail and high motion segments of the film, while conserving the budget during slower sequences. With peaks as high as 20Mbit/s and as low as 2 Mbit/s, this process allows for the highest possible video quality streaming over a broadband Internet connection.[12] Color Gradient Processing: A unique technology used to tune the picture for optimal display on modern LCD and plasma televisions vs. an older CRT television.[12] This technology is similar to the encoding methods of MPEG-2, MPEG-4-AVC, and VC1 for Blu-ray Disc. However, the bitrate for a TruFilm encode at 1080p
1080p
HDX hovers around 7-16Mbit/s, which is far less than the 20-44Mbit/s rate Blu-ray Discs typically use. 4k UHD TruFilm Vudu's 4k TruFilm uses methods similar to the Ultra HD Blu-ray format. It supports 4K UHD resolution at frame rates up to 60 frames per second encoded using High Efficiency Video Coding, also known as HEVC or H.265. TruFilm 4k uses the Rec. 2020
Rec. 2020
color space and supports 10-bit color modes such as HDR and Dolby Vision, which display greater color gamut than supported by 1080p
1080p
video with Rec. 709. While UHD Blu-Ray disc can have high bitrates of 82-128Mbit/s, 4k TruFilm encodes are typically at 20-50Mbit/s depending on connection strength, which still lacks in image quality compared to UHD disc. Audio on 4k titles is presented in Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital
Plus or Dolby Atmos. 4k playback on Vudu
Vudu
is only possible with a HDCP 2.1 certified 4k display, and a 4k compatible device with a HDCP 2.1 certified HDMI
HDMI
cable.

Vudu
Vudu
Internet and mobile applications[edit] Vudu
Vudu
Internet applications have been developed using Vudu's rich Internet application platform that allow users access to online content. Via the Vudu
Vudu
Box, users can access and watch videos, view photos on Flickr
Flickr
and Picasa, and play casual games. Vudu
Vudu
Internet applications also contain access to on-demand television shows, some of which are available in HD.[13] In May 2009, Vudu
Vudu
partnered with Brightcove
Brightcove
to bring ad-supported content to the Vudu
Vudu
Box. The first application available from the partnership is the ability to watch Sony music videos through the MyPlay service.[14] Vudu
Vudu
has apps available on iOS's App Store and the Google Play
Google Play
Store. Movies can be streamed to the device itself or sent to a second screen via the application's Chromecast
Chromecast
integration.[15]

Search functions[edit] Vudu
Vudu
allows users to explore the catalog in a multitude of ways. Users are able to search by movie title or actor or director name. Users can also browse through genres and add filters to the results to narrow down their results. Users are able to select a genre or multiple genres together and add a filter such as a critic's rating, release date, and whether the movie is available for rent or to purchase. The Vudu
Vudu
system also links the directors and casts of movies together, similar to IMDb, allowing a user to see all of an actor or director's movies available on Vudu.[16]

History[edit] Vudu
Vudu
was founded by Tony Miranz and Alain Rossmann (the creator of WAP). The Vudu
Vudu
Box had been secretly in development since 2004, but on April 29, 2007, The New York Times
The New York Times
revealed that Vudu
Vudu
had signed deals with many movie studios and independent distributors to deliver access to nearly 5,000 films.[17] As of April 2007[update], Vudu
Vudu
had received $21 million in venture capital funding from Greylock Partners
Greylock Partners
and Benchmark Capital.[18] The company is based in Santa Clara, California. In May 2008, Vudu
Vudu
began displaying and selling its set-top box in Best Buy stores. Before this time, the box was only available via online retailers.[19] On February 24, 2009, Vudu
Vudu
became the first on-demand service to offer high-definition movies for download to own. Prior to Vudu
Vudu
allowing users to purchase high-definition movies, studios only allowed their films to be purchased in standard-definition format.[20] LG was the first to integrate Vudu
Vudu
into its HDTVs, with access beginning in August 2009 though the TV's NetCast application.[21][22] On January 8, 2010, (the second day of Consumer Electronics Show 2010), Vudu
Vudu
announced it was no longer shipping its set top boxes and would provide its service to select HDTVs and Blu-ray players from LG, Magnavox, Mitsubishi, Samsung, Sanyo, Sharp, Toshiba, and Vizio. The company also announced its Vudu
Vudu
Apps platform for delivering internet services including embedding links in its movie descriptions[23] On February 22, 2010, Walmart
Walmart
announced that it was acquiring the company for a reported $100 million.[24] Vudu
Vudu
became the official sponsor of the 2017 WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view event on January 29, 2017. Following the General Data Protection Regulation
General Data Protection Regulation
in June 2018 the site is no longer accessible from the EU.

Set top box features (2007–2010)[edit] The Vudu
Vudu
Box was capable of connecting to standard-definition (SD), enhanced-definition, and high-definition (HD) televisions. The box connected to a television by HDMI, component, S-Video, or composite video cables. An HDMI
HDMI
cable and a composite video and analog stereo cable were included; any other connections must be provided by the user. Audio was provided through HDMI, digital coax, digital optical ports, or stereo analog. The box connected to the Internet through an Ethernet
Ethernet
port with the provided Ethernet
Ethernet
cable.[25] Wireless was not supported directly from the player but Vudu
Vudu
offered an optional wireless kit for purchase using 802.11g
802.11g
and 128-bit WEP security encryption.[26] There were two USB
USB
ports present on the Vudu
Vudu
Box. One can be used to power the wireless kit that the company sells, but usage for the other is unknown.[27] The Vudu
Vudu
Box was separate from both a computer and cable/satellite television system. A user must only provide a broadband Internet connection to use the service.[26] Users do not pay a monthly subscription fee; instead they add a selected amount to an online account which is depleted depending on how many movies the user rents or purchases.[28] Users can purchase and rent movies via the set-top box or through the company's website. Movies were stored on the box's hard drive. The Vudu
Vudu
Box was capable of storing about 50 purchased films in standard-definition format. There was no limit for film rentals.[29] Vudu
Vudu
also allowed for the remote "archiving" of purchased movies.

XL version[edit] Vudu
Vudu
made an XL version of the Vudu
Vudu
Box. The XL featured one terabyte of storage, which can store approximately 500 standard-definition movies. The XL features technology typically used for home automation and is designed for use in home theater systems.[30]

Remote control[edit] The Vudu
Vudu
remote control features five buttons and is designed to fit in the palm of either hand. Users browse through the menus using a scroll wheel which doubles as a button for making selections. The scroll-wheel is also used to move through movies similar to fast-forward and rewind. The remote also provides a play/pause button, a back button, a more button, and a Vudu
Vudu
button which takes users to the main Vudu
Vudu
screen. The provided Vudu
Vudu
remote uses radio frequency, allowing the user to control the Vudu
Vudu
Box without having to point the remote directly at the box.[31] Using off the shelf external Infrared
Infrared
dongles a Vudu
Vudu
Box can be integrated into a universal IR remote.[32]

Specifications[edit] TV Compatibility: High-definition (HD), Enhanced-definition (ED), Standard-definition (SD)[33] Display Resolution: 1080p/24, 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i[33] Video Outputs: HDMI
HDMI
v1.1, Component, S-Video, Composite[33] Audio Outputs: HDMI
HDMI
v1.1, Digital Optical, Digital Coax, RCA[33] Dimensions: 2.4 × 8.9 × 7.3 in[33] Weight: 4.2 lb (7.5 lb packaged)[33] Connectivity: Ethernet, 2 USB
USB
ports[33] Remote: RF (22 ft range)[33] Availability: United States
United States
only [34] Competitors[edit] Vudu's main competitors include FandangoNOW, Amazon Prime Video, Apple iTunes, Google Play
Google Play
Movies & TV, Hulu, Movies Anywhere, Netflix, Sony Crackle, and Tubi.[35]

Original programming[edit] On October 10, 2018, it was announced that MGM and Walmart's streaming service Vudu
Vudu
were developing a television adaptation of Mr. Mom (1983), which will serve as a continuation of the film following an adult Megan Butler heading back into the workforce while her husband takes over the parental duties of their two children.[36] The series will serve as the first original series for the streaming service and will star Andrea Anders and Hayes MacArthur as Megan and Greg Anderson respectively, with the series set to premiere on September 12, 2019.[37] Vudu
Vudu
is licensing original content created by MGM and others, for distribution via a free, ad-supported streaming service operated by Vudu. Techcrunch reported on October 8, 2018: "the focus for now will be on short-form originals that will debut on Vudu’s 'Movies On Us' service". "Movies on Us", which debuted in October 2016, "was Walmart’s first foray into ad-supported free streaming [...] and today includes 7,000 movies and TV shows that consumers can watch for free, interrupted by the occasional ad break. It complements Vudu’s rental and purchase library of 180,000 films."[38]

See also[edit] Apple TV Interactive television Internet television Smart TV References[edit]

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