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    New device support - Android and XBMC

    Vudu, love your service, but I am limited on where I can use it. How about Android and XBMC support (With priority to XBMC).

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    Re: New device support - Android and XBMC

    I'm more concerned with Android. I hope XBMC will support CFF when it comes out, but I don't think I'll ever want to stream movies on there.

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      #3
      Re: New device support - Android and XBMC

      Use Flixster until the new Nook Video app is released in the next few months.

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        Re: New device support - Android and XBMC

        bump

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          Re: New device support - Android and XBMC

          XBMC support would be amazing!

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            Re: New device support - Android and XBMC

            I would love for XBMC to support CFF. That would make my day!

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              Re: New device support - Android and XBMC

              Originally posted by RandomNinjaAtk View Post
              I would love for XBMC to support CFF. That would make my day!
              +1

              I dread trying to use WMC to play cff...I guess we could use an external player like Windows Media Player or PowerDVD with XBMC, though it is a bit more complicated and far less integrated (I understand that's also the only way to play Blu-ray discs through XBMC due to similar issues to what cff will face). I hope the Xbox and/or PS3 will handle cff, as well. I'm trying to get away from the HTPC, but finding a unit that supports MKV, WMV, MP4, DVD structure, CFF and plays Blu-rays is going to be tough (come on Sony, support MKV on PS3 and I'll be set).

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                Re: New device support - Android and XBMC

                My prediction is that Microsoft's (already joined/supports the DECE) Xbox Video Service will one day in the future support UV, just like VUDU and CinemaNow does. I also think that the next Xbox will probably support playback of CFF files by default because they are a partnered with the DECE and one of the approved DRM is their own.

                I really do wish for XBMC to support CFF because it has a killer interface, but I think license fees would probably prevent that...

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