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    Panasonic DVD Bluray/3D

    I have a Panasonic (BDT-105) Bluray player that is Vudu enabled for 3D. My Panasonic TV is enabled for 3D. I am able watch 3D DVD's and can stream 3D from Comcast on Demand. However, when I attempt to stream 3D from Vudu via the Bluray player the 3D folder is empty. Please explain.

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    Re: Panasonic DVD Bluray/3D

    Originally posted by marcblue337 View Post
    I have a Panasonic (BDT-105) Bluray player that is Vudu enabled for 3D. My Panasonic TV is enabled for 3D. I am able watch 3D DVD's and can stream 3D from Comcast on Demand. However, when I attempt to stream 3D from Vudu via the Bluray player the 3D folder is empty. Please explain.
    VUDU 3D will be coming to Panasonic, however it has yet to be released. I do apologize for any confusion or inconvenience.

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      Re: Panasonic DVD Bluray/3D

      Dan H.
      Thx for the quick response! Just as a clarification; I stated in my initial posting that my player is the BDT105. Actually, it's the BDT 100. Also, after reading some of the other postings there seems to be a lot of confusion among users which devices are 3D enabled. An update from Vudu to clarify the matter would be extremely helpful. Also, if possible, a forecast when Vudu will reach agreements with manufacturers to enable more devices for 3D streaming. Thx again!

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        Re: Panasonic DVD Bluray/3D

        Any update on this? Last time I heard that Panasonic was waiting on VUDU. Will this be resolved soon? I am looking forward to using VUDU for 3d streaming.

        Thanks,
        Nathan

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          Re: Panasonic DVD Bluray/3D

          sorry I don't have an answer only the same issue but my player is the Panasonic bdt210 3d player and was wondering when this device will be active for 3d streaming also

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            I wanted to post so my voice could be added to the growing list of Panasonic customers who want to be able to access all the 3D content offered by Vudu on their Viera Connected devices, Blu-ray or TV.

            I just spent the last 2 days researching this issue only to find the same results everyone over the past 90 days has experienced. There's no one at Panasonic who can tell us when any of the devices will be upgraded and there's no one at Vudu who can tell us either.

            I have a Pani 58" VT-25 and DMP-100 Blu-ray. I have the Vudu app on the Blu-Ray but not the TV. Wierd??? And Pani just upgraded my TV with new Viera connect firmware. I hope Vudu and Walmart can apply some leverage to motivate Panasonic to support their customers. Otherwise ladies and gentlemen the answers is simple. Buy a new supported Blu-ray device from Walmart that supports Vudu 3D content.

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              I've also spoken to both Panasonic and Vudu. However, I received a different explanation. Panasonic's position is that they are providing the correct firmware to view 3D content. (I am able to stream 3D content from Comcast). It is Vudu's responsibilty to enable the specific devices to view 3D. (See Moderator Hatman's response on 8/8).

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                Re: Panasonic DVD Bluray/3D

                Originally posted by marcblue337 View Post
                I've also spoken to both Panasonic and Vudu. However, I received a different explanation. Panasonic's position is that they are providing the correct firmware to view 3D content. (I am able to stream 3D content from Comcast). It is Vudu's responsibilty to enable the specific devices to view 3D. (See Moderator Hatman's response on 8/8).
                This is not correct, we are still waiting for Panasonic to provide a firmware update that allows VUDU to use their 3D feature.

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                  Sharp DVD Bluray/3D

                  I have Sharp 3D TV and Sharp Bluray 3D (835U and HP35U). On both devices getting "No results found" on "3D Films on VUDU" page. Both have up to date firmware. Is this correct?

                  Hoping it isn't.

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                    Re: Sharp DVD Bluray/3D

                    Originally posted by Robert Dyer View Post
                    I have Sharp 3D TV and Sharp Bluray 3D (835U and HP35U). On both devices getting "No results found" on "3D Films on VUDU" page. Both have up to date firmware. Is this correct?

                    Hoping it isn't.
                    Robert,

                    VUDU 3D is not yet available for the device you listed.

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                      Re: Panasonic DVD Bluray/3D

                      To Vudu staff,
                      I really appreciate your prompt responses to everyone posting on this forum. Can't speak to everyone else, but for me, I just want to be able to get quick, reliable and accurate responses so then I can then make sound judgements based on the feedback. That's not always easy to acheive.

                      Vudu staff is lightining fast with their responses and you don't pull any punches. Keep it up please!

                      Not happy with Pani or the lack of support to their customers. Hopefully they will get the message. If not I'll be asking your support team what new Blu-ray players do support 3D on Vudu so I can have a new 3D player by Christmas.

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                        It is interesting to see these messages. I have 2 3D BluRay players and a Panasonic 3D TV. And I am not able to rent 3D movies. My friend recently bought a new Panasonic BluRay and he is able to watch 3D movies from VUDU.

                        Are there some devices already enabled...does nay one know which work. And does the TV have to be also enabled?

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                          Re: Panasonic DVD Bluray/3D

                          Originally posted by VolkerS View Post
                          This is not correct, we are still waiting for Panasonic to provide a firmware update that allows VUDU to use their 3D feature.
                          So we should writing to Panasonic to request a firmware update. If VUDU is ready...Why don't I see the 3D movies available when I search..?

                          I was able to view a list of 3D movies on one of my Panasonic BluRays. I did a software update and now they do not show.

                          What is going on..?

                          I sent and e-mail to Panasonic support asking the same thing.

                          My opinion is that it is on VUDUs best interest to pressure Panasonic. Unless Vudu sales Panasonic TVs.

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                            Re: Sharp DVD Bluray/3D

                            Originally posted by Robert Dyer View Post
                            I have Sharp 3D TV and Sharp Bluray 3D (835U and HP35U). On both devices getting "No results found" on "3D Films on VUDU" page. Both have up to date firmware. Is this correct?

                            Hoping it isn't.
                            I contacted Panasonic support and they had no idea of any request from VUDU to support 3D Streaming.

                            It sounds to me that it is on VUDUs best interest yo have Panasonic support their offerings. I would be renting several 3D movies from VUDU, but I can't it looks to me like a revenue opportunity that was lost.

                            I would like my TV enabled 1st if not at least one of my new BluRay players

                            VUDU Engineers.....You can tell Panasonic that I will be recommending my friend who are interested in buying a new 3D TV, that I will be recommending Samsung, which does support 3D rentals from VUDU.
                            I do get allot of friend as well as I Blog allot about technology.

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                              Re: Panasonic DVD Bluray/3D

                              So strange that this issue is still going on. I contacted Panasonic and they said that my player should be showing Vudu 3D selections, but according to these forums that is not the case. I am guessing that they just had the wrong info, but why would they be so sure about it?

                              Is there anyone at Vudu that can call up Panasonic and say, "Hey, lets fix this for everyone. We have 3D....people want 3D. You have 3D players, etc..."

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