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WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

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  • FelipeF
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    This topic has been address several times on this forum.

    https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...88#post1257788

    https://forum.vudu.com/showthread.ph...29#post1255529

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  • Drav2222
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    Originally posted by Blurayfan View Post
    You have a Roku 2 XD. You could try and reboot the Roku and see if that helps you get access to the missing titles.
    According to Vudu's web page for Pale Rider it uses Dolby Digital stereo that is playable on a Roku 2.


    Hello, I re-boot the Ruku all the time to stop the "loosing connection" to service. I discover that when I seem to be dropping the signal, that tells me to re-boot the ruku and then it works fine. So, I re-boot often.

    It is odd that these 4 movies, Pale rider, once upon a time in america, Blue Haevan, etc, are WB movies. And they can not show up on my RUKU?

    Does anyone know??

    Thanks

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  • Blurayfan
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    Originally posted by Drav2222 View Post
    Model # 3050X
    You have a Roku 2 XD. You could try and reboot the Roku and see if that helps you get access to the missing titles.
    According to Vudu's web page for Pale Rider it uses Dolby Digital stereo that is playable on a Roku 2.

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  • Drav2222
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    Originally posted by Blurayfan View Post
    What Roku model do you Have? I'm using a Roku 3 and can watch Pale Rider on it.
    Model # 3050X

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  • Blurayfan
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    Originally posted by Drav2222 View Post
    Pale Rider Clint Eastwood, Sleepers, My Blue Heaven, Once upont a time in America, are movies I can see on my PC vudu account, BUT are NOT seen through my RUKU Any suggestions?

    Thanks
    What Roku model do you Have? I'm using a Roku 3 and can watch Pale Rider on it.

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  • echopulse
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    There are a few movies that have sound encodes that don't work on the Roku. They work on other devices that connect to the TV though. I also have 2 movies that don't show up on the Roku because of that. One is Mars Attacks, and I forget the other one.

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  • Drav2222
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    Pale Rider Clint Eastwood, Sleepers, My Blue Heaven, Once upont a time in America, are movies I can see on my PC vudu account, BUT are NOT seen through my RUKU Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    Leave a comment:


  • Drav2222
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    Originally posted by echopulse View Post
    I don't quite understand. Can you, or can't you watch movies on your TV. Your thread seems to contradict your title. You also didn't say what device you are using to connect to your TV. I have a roku, and a Sony Blu-Ray player, and both are able to stream movies to my TV.

    I am using a ROKU too, however, PALE RIDER (a WB movie) is not appearing on my ROku. How can I get Pale Rider and my other WB to appear on Roku?

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  • Drav2222
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    I am using ROKU, as my internet device for my TV. I go to VUDU, through my Roku, to MY VUDU, and it tells me 1-10 of 278 movies.


    HOWEVER, when I am onlines, it shows 282 movies to view. What happen to 4 MOVIES. FOr Example. PALE RIder does NOT appear on my ROKU TV, but appears on my PC. This appears to be only happening to WB movies.

    Any Advice?

    Thanks

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  • craiggers88
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    My Library: Over 3,000 movies (all play just fine off my PS3)

    Who uses a PC to watch movies?: Well for one, my sister. This is mainly because she is technologically impaired and cannot seem to use a remote on her Bluray player to find vudu... So we use a laptop, HDMI, and Audio-Out to her home surround system. Plays the movie from the PC to the TV. Not exactly what you call "watching it from the PC", but it's coming from the PC non-the-less


    I've had numerous PS3's, Xbox 360's, Samsung TV's, Sony Bluray Players, a Cheap Bluray Player, Roku's, and my WD Live TV Hub all play movies just fine. Never had a problem.

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  • E55KEV
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    Originally posted by Drav2222 View Post
    Who came up with this Idea? Just another one of my pet pieves with VUDU. I have about 5 movies on my account in which I can view on my TV, but I can see them on my PC. Who the heck watches omvies on a PC? When is this brilliant idea be changed and when will I be able to watch WB movies on my TV?
    HUH!? I don't fully understand either?

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  • MaxH
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    Sounds like it's a PBCATV error. I've got WB movies in my account, and all of my movies show up on all of my devices. Are you sure you're signed in to the same account on the PC and the TV?

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  • echopulse
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    Re: WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    I don't quite understand. Can you, or can't you watch movies on your TV. Your thread seems to contradict your title. You also didn't say what device you are using to connect to your TV. I have a roku, and a Sony Blu-Ray player, and both are able to stream movies to my TV.

    Leave a comment:


  • WB only allowed to be seen on 15 inch PC, but not on your 60 inch Flat Screen TV

    Who came up with this Idea? Just another one of my pet pieves with VUDU. I have about 5 movies on my account in which I can't view on my TV, but I can see them on my PC. Who the heck watches omvies on a PC? When is this brilliant idea be changed and when will I be able to watch WB movies on my TV?
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