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The Guns of Navarone now available in HDX

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    The Guns of Navarone now available in HDX

    This is one of the titles in my wishlist that was SD only that I've been waiting to change to HDX.

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    great! I might pick it up now!

    Now let's get "Dr Strangelove" and "Papillon" in HDX too!

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      I also think it's crazy that Vudu is the only place that does not have Steel Magnolias in HD. Amazon and Cinemanow do.

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        Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
        I also think it's crazy that Vudu is the only place that does not have Steel Magnolias in HD. Amazon and Cinemanow do.
        I agree!

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          Re: The Guns of Navarone now available in HDX

          Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
          I also think it's crazy that Vudu is the only place that does not have Steel Magnolias in HD. Amazon and Cinemanow do.

          Better then living within Flixsters' SD Only-ville-verse.

          I am curious, if Cinemanow has it in HD, why not just watch it in HD via UV on their app?

          Is it because you need to D2D it and Cinemanow does not have D2D?

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            Re: The Guns of Navarone now available in HDX

            Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
            Better then living within Flixsters' SD Only-ville-verse.

            I am curious, if Cinemanow has it in HD, why not just watch it in HD via UV on their app?

            Is it because you need to D2D it and Cinemanow does not have D2D?
            Mainly because I can't watch it on my ps3. After all these months my library still won't load. No amount of linking or unlinking works. Cinemanow's ps3 app just can't handle larger uv libraries.

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              Re: The Guns of Navarone now available in HDX

              Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
              Better then living within Flixsters' SD Only-ville-verse.

              I am curious, if Cinemanow has it in HD, why not just watch it in HD via UV on their app?

              Is it because you need to D2D it and Cinemanow does not have D2D?
              Good morning Walter,

              I thought Cinemanow did have an in home D2D app for DVDs only. Did they get rid of it?

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                Originally posted by johnmccann1976 View Post
                Good morning Walter,

                I thought Cinemanow did have an in home D2D app for DVDs only. Did they get rid of it?

                I honestly did not know and was just asking if that was the case. Apperently, the PS3 version of their app chokes when trying to digest larger UV libraries.

                I have never used Cinemanow and was curious why if a title was available from them in HD why Vudu not having it in HD was an issue.

                The only three UV vendors I use are Vudu, Flixster, and the beta version of M-Go.

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                  Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
                  I honestly did not know and was just asking if that was the case. Apperently, the PS3 version of their app chokes when trying to digest larger UV libraries.

                  I have never used Cinemanow and was curious why if a title was available from them in HD why Vudu not having it in HD was an issue.

                  The only three UV vendors I use are Vudu, Flixster, and the beta version of M-Go.
                  I do not use Cinemanow to watch movies on my ps3 the movies do not load at all. I have used there D2D app and it actually works pretty good most of the time not all the time though Have a good one buddy.

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                    Re: The Guns of Navarone now available in HDX

                    Cinemanow and Flixster both library's do not load after you reach about 1,000 movies! Mainly because they both use Rovio software

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                      Originally posted by Ruinit View Post
                      Cinemanow and Flixster both library's do not load after you reach about 1,000 movies! Mainly because they both use Rovio software
                      I did not have a problem loading my library on the Flixster x-box app. I have 1,247 titles right now. I do not have a problem with the Flixster iPhone app either. I did have to unlink and relink my account though.

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                        Originally posted by johnmccann1976 View Post
                        I did not have a problem loading my library on the Flixster x-box app. I have 1,247 titles right now. I do not have a problem with the Flixster iPhone app either. I did have to unlink and relink my account though.
                        I have 1827 titles and neither website will show my library , flixster for android times out before it ever loads my library. Cinemanow on my ps3 and on my samsung brp will not load my library. I don't own any Apple products so I can not test on those products. It's been like this for months and I have made many tickets and they either do not respond or say they are still working on it. VUDU is the only app that loads my library! wtg Vudu ... lol

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                          The Cinemanow app on the PS3 almost always crashes on me before loading my library. I don't even bother with it anymore. On the rare occasions I have to use it, I can use the clunky version on my LG BD player or the 360.

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                            Originally posted by Ruinit View Post
                            I have 1827 titles and neither website will show my library , flixster for android times out before it ever loads my library. Cinemanow on my ps3 and on my samsung brp will not load my library. I don't own any Apple products so I can not test on those products. It's been like this for months and I have made many tickets and they either do not respond or say they are still working on it. VUDU is the only app that loads my library! wtg Vudu ... lol
                            LOl dude you are making me rethink switching over to the GS4. I hate my iPhone 5 POS but at least it loads my movies lol. Hopefully one of these days they will get it right but at least we have Vudu Have a good one.

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                              Originally posted by johnmccann1976 View Post
                              LOl dude you are making me rethink switching over to the GS4. I hate my iPhone 5 POS but at least it loads my movies lol. Hopefully one of these days they will get it right but at least we have Vudu Have a good one.
                              M-Go works well. Their library is a starter set though. Vudu has a long running start over them, but maybe someday...

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