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NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

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  • Starkenator
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    Re: NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

    Originally posted by Jake View Post
    Oops, I realized I didn't paste the URL... this is the Flash "Protected Content Settings" I mentioned. Maybe go to this in desktop IE10? (who knows, maybe Microsoft isolates the Flash player in those 2 environments???)

    http://www.macromedia.com/support/do...manager08.html
    Thanks that worked and now it works in the Desktop but not Metro (Throws hands up). Maybe I just need to reboot again. [Edit. Closed Metro IE and reopened and now its working]

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  • Jake
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    Re: NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

    Originally posted by OSUGrad2X View Post
    My error is #3342. I have a htpc running at 1080P:
    Powercolor ATI 5450 (hdmi) Pioneer VSX1018 (hdmi) Pioneer 5080HD plasma

    I never had a single program tell me i was not hdcp compliant and been running this system since 2009 with blurays (powerdvd 10 and 11) and now with HDHomerun Prime cablecard premium channels. Something must be up if multiple htpcs are getting this error. Any help would be appreciated.
    Here's the Flash/Access error description:

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    3342 The connected digital device doesn't have the correct capabilities. The connected digital device doesn't have the correct capabilities, for example, it doesn't support HDCP.
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    If there are newer drivers for your video card you may want to try installing them, that has helped in some cases (where older drivers have incorrectly reported HDCP capabilities). If that doesn't fix it, it sounds like a Flash player issue. You might try a different browser that may use a different plugin (Chrome vs. Firefox vs IE).

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  • canadien37
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    Re: NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

    Originally posted by RandomNinjaAtk View Post
    This is nice, but for downloads I want CFFs but that is still a work in progress..
    Here, Here.....me too........

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  • OSUGrad2X
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    Re: NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

    Originally posted by Jake View Post
    Oops, I realized I didn't paste the URL... this is the Flash "Protected Content Settings" I mentioned. Maybe go to this in desktop IE10? (who knows, maybe Microsoft isolates the Flash player in those 2 environments???)

    http://www.macromedia.com/support/do...manager08.html
    My error is #3342. I have a htpc running at 1080P:
    Powercolor ATI 5450 (hdmi) Pioneer VSX1018 (hdmi) Pioneer 5080HD plasma

    I never had a single program tell me i was not hdcp compliant and been running this system since 2009 with blurays (powerdvd 10 and 11) and now with HDHomerun Prime cablecard premium channels. Something must be up if multiple htpcs are getting this error. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Jake
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    Re: NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

    Originally posted by Starkenator View Post
    Thanks. I just rebooted now it works in Metro IE 10 but not desktop IE 10 oddly.
    Oops, I realized I didn't paste the URL... this is the Flash "Protected Content Settings" I mentioned. Maybe go to this in desktop IE10? (who knows, maybe Microsoft isolates the Flash player in those 2 environments???)

    http://www.macromedia.com/support/do...manager08.html

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  • Starkenator
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    Re: NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

    Originally posted by Jake View Post
    That looks like an (Adobe) Access DRM error:
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    3322 Device binding failed. Undo any device changes or reset the license (voucher) files. The Flash Access module will then reindividualize. In AIR, voucher reset can be done by invoking the resetDRMVouchers() on DRMManager, whereas in Flash Player, the user needs to reset the license files in the Flash Player Settings Manager.
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    That message is completely unhelpful for an end user, though...

    Which browser are you using? I think for most browsers (I just tested with IE on Win7) you can try going to this URL and click "reset license files". Hopefully that works.
    Thanks. I just rebooted now it works in Metro IE 10 but not desktop IE 10 oddly.

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  • Jake
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    Re: NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

    Originally posted by Starkenator View Post
    Anybody else get the error that it can't authenticate your account for playback? Error #3322. I am on Windows 8 Pro.
    That looks like an (Adobe) Access DRM error:
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    3322 Device binding failed. Undo any device changes or reset the license (voucher) files. The Flash Access module will then reindividualize. In AIR, voucher reset can be done by invoking the resetDRMVouchers() on DRMManager, whereas in Flash Player, the user needs to reset the license files in the Flash Player Settings Manager.
    ---
    That message is completely unhelpful for an end user, though...

    Which browser are you using? I think for most browsers (I just tested with IE on Win7) you can try going to this URL and click "reset license files". Hopefully that works.

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  • Starkenator
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    Re: NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

    Anybody else get the error that it can't authenticate your account for playback? Error #3322. I am on Windows 8 Pro.

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  • OSUGrad2X
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    Worked fine on my MBP but tried my HTPC and no go

    I have a ATI 5450 connected to pioneer receiver connected to plasma with hdmi at 1080P and it tells me i need HDCP and that i can watch the SD version. I been watching blu-rays and copy-protected premium cablecard channels and THIS has the gall to say i'm not HDCP oh well back to the PS3

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  • sbuberl
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    Originally posted by OSUGrad2X View Post
    So i wonder if this works in hdx from a googleTV now This would make a Revue or Costar attractive.
    Just tried on Costar and doesn't look like it. I can't get most pages to fully load to get to one of my movies to watch so I doubt it can now play on Android/GTV. No option to watch when I try from my Android phone.

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  • OSUGrad2X
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    So i wonder if this works in hdx from a googleTV now This would make a Revue or Costar attractive.

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  • RandomNinjaAtk
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    This is nice, but for downloads I want CFFs but that is still a work in progress..

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  • mike568
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    Now all Vudu needs is an android app and I would be set.

    I would understand if the app would check if you were rooted or not like the Flixster app does.

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  • sbuberl
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    Re: NEWS: HD & HDX NOW AVAILABLE VIA PC/MAC!

    Originally posted by E55KEV View Post
    WOW! HDX Downloads also available now!
    Yeah, I missed that on my first read through and then saw it on that page.

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  • E55KEV
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    WOW! HDX Downloads also available now!

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