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Apple TV take 2: 100 hd titles today

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  • aaronwt
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    Re: Apple TV take 2: 100 hd titles today

    How does Apple Tv achieve what the VUDU box does?
    This listing of I guess VUDUs main patent is quite long but talks about the prcoess for the video downloading.

    http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-P...ranz&RS=miranz

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  • NA9D
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    Re: Apple TV take 2: 100 hd titles today

    Originally posted by RonV View Post
    Take 2 delayed:

    http://www.engadget.com/2008/01/30/a...pdate-delayed/

    All Apple All The Time Engadget comes though again.
    Look's like Vudu is going to beat ATV to the HD rental party!

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  • RonV
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    Take 2 delayed:

    http://www.engadget.com/2008/01/30/a...pdate-delayed/

    All Apple All The Time Engadget comes though again.

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  • NA9D
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    Re: Apple TV take 2: 100 hd titles today

    Originally posted by Rusdude View Post
    I see. By the way. whenever Apple and Vudu release updates someone needs to do Vudu vs AppleTV vs Xbox 360 vs Cable VOD vs BR/HD-DVD comparison on the same movie(s)
    I plan on doing an ATV vs. Vudu review. Ken, kmulder, has said that he'd do one as well to provide a less "biased" standpoint...

    I checked ATV again tonight - nuttin. I'm really anxious to see what new photo library features the box has...

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  • Rusdude
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    Re: Apple TV take 2: 100 hd titles today

    Originally posted by NA9D View Post
    As of this morning, the 2.0 release was still not released yet.
    I see. By the way. whenever Apple and Vudu release updates someone needs to do Vudu vs AppleTV vs Xbox 360 vs Cable VOD vs BR/HD-DVD comparison on the same movie(s)

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  • NA9D
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    Re: Apple TV take 2: 100 hd titles today

    Originally posted by Rusdude View Post
    Speaking of AppleTV, did they release all 100 HD rentals? If so, could someone compare what Apple has with what Vudu will have in the update? Is the content similar aside from Vudu-exclusives?
    As of this morning, the 2.0 release was still not released yet.

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  • Rusdude
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    Re: Apple TV take 2: 100 hd titles today

    Speaking of AppleTV, did they release all 100 HD rentals? If so, could someone compare what Apple has with what Vudu will have in the update? Is the content similar aside from Vudu-exclusives?

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  • HeadHodge
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    Here's a new aticle I found today on Engadget about Apple TV which includes references to VUDU.

    http://www.engadget.com/2008/01/29/s...cond-audition/

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  • redwein
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    The Vic20 was my first computer too. I remember writing my own version of the "Breakout" game. I thought it was pretty cool. It even supported multi-player, sporadic random angles and more. All that in 3K of memory.

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  • Chopper
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    Originally posted by rstone View Post
    Well while you guys were playing with your Mac-128's, my first computer was the VIC 20, using cartridges to play games, and tape drives to store data as it had no hard drive. And using my superfast 300 baud modem to connect to compuserve.



    Thank god this crap doesnt exist anymore.
    The Commodore Vic20!!!!!!!

    My first computer as well! I used to spend Saturday mornings copying code out of these books I'd get somewhere... that let you program your own games. They took forever... and sucked... but the feeling of accomplishment!

    And the games rocked too! Gorf, Cosmic Cruncher, Omega Race.....

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  • NA9D
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    Originally posted by Nded View Post
    Can we get back On Topic guys?
    Nah, Vudu is meeting our expectations so we have to do something with this thread!

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  • NA9D
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    Actually, my first computer was a Rockwell International AIM 64 single board computer. It didn't have a case. It had a 1 line LED display and a built in 20 character thermal printer. I had to configure my own tape storage system and attempted to build a video card for it.

    I thought about learning 6502 assembly language for it but never did...

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  • Nded
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    Well, I had to push punched cards across campus in the snow (uphill, both ways!), and we were thankful.

    Can we get back On Topic guys?

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  • rstone
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    Re: Apple TV take 2: 100 hd titles today

    Originally posted by Chopper View Post
    Ahhh... those WERE the good old days. I will never forget how AMAZING MacPaint was the first time I had seen it. It changed my whole life. I am a graphic artist now because of the Mac my grandfather bought me in 8th grade.
    Well while you guys were playing with your Mac-128's, my first computer was the VIC 20, using cartridges to play games, and tape drives to store data as it had no hard drive. And using my superfast 300 baud modem to connect to compuserve.



    Thank god this crap doesnt exist anymore.

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  • NA9D
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    I remember being a senior in high school and drooling over the Mac when it came out. I wanted one so badly. I ended up with a PCjr that survived a fire at the home of one of my dad's employees. I didn't really get hooked on Macs until a couple years later when we got a couple SEs in the U of IL antenna lab. I thought the programming tools that came with it were great and it was fairly easy to program graphics. I wrote a Smith Chart plotting program that we used in the lab. I was still somewhat of a PC/Dos fan though until I started at Motorola which was heavy into Macs back then (used the Moto CPUs). I gradually ended up getting hooked and totally missed the advent of Windows 3.1 and Windows 95. Between Michael Spindler and Gil Amelio, that company was almost run into the ground.

    I'm disappointed Ron left OS X for what, Windows? Come on, Ron. Yeah, the transition was hard for all of us. But once a devoted Mac OS fan actually started to use OS X, you found out how powerful it was. And there's a large part of the OS that is open source. Can't say that about Windows...Today, OS X Leopard blows away the old OS 9 and prior experience.

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