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    Panasonic 3DTV model

    I have a question to ask you folks.

    1. Is the TCP50VT25 50" Class Viera VT25 Series Full HD 3D Plasma supported via PS3 using Vudu service?

    2. How come I don't see 3D titles for me to rent and but only view 2 min previews.

    3. Where is the full list of movies that are available for me pick from.

    4. Please list all titles on a page selection and users can scroll thru and pick what they want to rent or purchase.

    5. How come there is no subscription plan similar to Netflix? I want to dump Netflix completely since you offer 3D titles to stream and etc!

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    Re: Panasonic 3DTV model

    Hi

    If you go to VUDU.com you can search by Movies with a braoder range of movie titles to choose from. We will forward your subscription request up the ladder. The only 3D Movies to watch are Bolt Toy Story 3 and Meet the Robinsions. The rest are all trailers.

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      Re: Panasonic 3DTV model

      When will the VUDU app be available on Panasonic TV's? I have a tcp42st30

      There is amazon, netflix, pandora, blockbusters movie service whatever that is and more apps.

      Is there some licensing or software restriction which revents you from releasing it or is it on its way?

      Also you should turn on instant email notifications by default, as most users will post the question and never come back because they thing it may never be answered. You guys are walmart, you can handle a little email.

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        Re: Panasonic 3DTV model

        Originally posted by kieranmullen View Post
        When will the VUDU app be available on Panasonic TV's? I have a tcp42st30

        There is amazon, netflix, pandora, blockbusters movie service whatever that is and more apps.

        Is there some licensing or software restriction which revents you from releasing it or is it on its way?

        Also you should turn on instant email notifications by default, as most users will post the question and never come back because they thing it may never be answered. You guys are walmart, you can handle a little email.
        There may be underlying reasons why VUDU is not embedded already. I would be happy to pass along your request to see if it is a possibility.
        Dan H.
        VUDU QA

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          Re: Panasonic 3DTV model

          Dan, I know Vudu is available on some Sony devices...any idea whether it might eventually come to the BDP-CX960 and the KDL-60EX700? Both are Internet-enabled and have other streaming apps. I like my BX100 STB, but I like choices, too.

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            Re: Panasonic 3DTV model

            Originally posted by MaxH View Post
            Dan, I know Vudu is available on some Sony devices...any idea whether it might eventually come to the BDP-CX960 and the KDL-60EX700? Both are Internet-enabled and have other streaming apps. I like my BX100 STB, but I like choices, too.
            I'm not sure at this point Max, if i hear anything i would be happy to let you know.
            Dan H.
            VUDU QA

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              Re: Panasonic 3DTV model

              Pretty disappointed that VUDU doesn't offer the app for more devices. I have it for my Panasonic 3D blu ray and of course the PS3 does, but with, no app for the newest crop of Panasonic 3D tv's?

              I don't have the top of the line model but plenty happy with it: Panasonic VIERA TC-P55ST30. Netflix, Amazon, Hulu all there but no VUDU??!

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                Re: Panasonic 3DTV model

                Originally posted by kieranmullen View Post
                When will the VUDU app be available on Panasonic TV's? I have a tcp42st30

                There is amazon, netflix, pandora, blockbusters movie service whatever that is and more apps.

                Is there some licensing or software restriction which revents you from releasing it or is it on its way?

                Also you should turn on instant email notifications by default, as most users will post the question and never come back because they thing it may never be answered. You guys are walmart, you can handle a little email.
                Did anyone ever look into this? It would be great to have this app on my TV!

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                  Re: Panasonic 3DTV model

                  Originally posted by daveg.01@gmail.com View Post
                  Did anyone ever look into this? It would be great to have this app on my TV!
                  VUDU is available on connected Panasonic TV's (2012 models and later)

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