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    #16
    Re: Roku in Holiday 2013 Push:

    Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
    Here goes nothing....

    NetFlix, Amazon Prime, Hulu+, Plex, and Vudu are really the only ones worth watching. PBS has a new one that has some good content. Weather Underground for a quick forecast before getting dressed.

    I know of no others worth watching. For a quick snoozing, there is the congressional video channel. Put any man alive to sleep in the space of three minutes. Max!
    I can't watch anything congressional, I would destroy my TV.

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      #17
      Re: Roku in Holiday 2013 Push:

      Forget about the TV, how about your poor brain cells, they surely would be decimated by anything Congressional these days

      Not for not, that integrated system in Roku does recognize all of my UV titles, however appears to only have the ability/rights/correct ALID #'s, to play back only 50 to 60% of them. So, out of over 1,100 titles the Roku integrated system does not support the content on a huge number of titles in my library at UV.

      Whereas VUDU recognizes all of them & is able (has the rights) to play back every last one of them - Go VUDU

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        #18
        Re: Roku in Holiday 2013 Push:

        Originally posted by Squatting Hen View Post
        I don't think the Roku 3 has the dedicated services buttons like the LT, 1 and 2 have. My remote does not and I do not see they have replaced it online. Do you know if the Roku 3 at WalMart has the dedicated buttons? Just curious.
        The roku 3 remote doesn't have the discrete channels, but after 5.2 upgrade the roku 3 and all other rokus respond to the new IR channel keys. And the roku 3 will respond to the WIFI remote with the new channels as well. Including VUDU command.

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          #19
          Re: Roku in Holiday 2013 Push:

          Originally posted by Roxie_Muzic View Post
          Forget about the TV, how about your poor brain cells, they surely would be decimated by anything Congressional these days

          Not for not, that integrated system in Roku does recognize all of my UV titles, however appears to only have the ability/rights/correct ALID #'s, to play back only 50 to 60% of them. So, out of over 1,100 titles the Roku integrated system does not support the content on a huge number of titles in my library at UV.

          Whereas VUDU recognizes all of them & is able (has the rights) to play back every last one of them - Go VUDU
          No he is right. Displaying congressional content causes an electrochemical reaction, raising the emotion of anger in the viewers beyond their ability to control and then objects get subsequently thrown at the TV.

          In my case, it causes a narcoleptic reaction and my tv has been able to survive as a result.

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            #20
            Re: Roku in Holiday 2013 Push:

            Originally posted by Squatting Hen View Post
            Yes, but the WB exec has a site WB owns that does D2D too.... and on many of the UV inserts it says to redeem at such and such website, not Vudu.

            Disclaimer - I use Vudu almost daily. Vudu is my sole UV/Rental provider that is not subscription based.
            IMHO, if Roku sells 20 million this holiday season and it translates into seven million households looking to do D2D so they can have remote access through their Roku to their existing DVD / Bluray collection, I doubt the WB web site will see much of the traffic.

            I feel confident in suggesting this would be all but an exclusive Vudu managed activity for these new Roku users.

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              #21
              Re: Roku in Holiday 2013 Push:

              I have two Roku's, a XDS and a 3. I plan on getting another 3 to replace the XDS. I have to say that I love my Roku. Yes there are 100's (or 1,000) channels, but most of them are ones that I would never use. It's similar to the App Store or Google Play Store saying they have XX amount of apps.

              Our current installed channel list is: Vudu, Amazon Instant, Netflix, Hulu Plus, MLB TV, PBS, PBS Kids, Smithsonian, FoxNow, Pandora, IHeart Radio, USB Player, Weather, AOL HD, CNBC, Huff Post Live, Wall Street Journal Live, NBC News, VEVO, Watch ESPN, Watch Disney.

              I realize that other devices can stream some of these channels, but to me, they do not do it nearly as well as the Roku. We don't watch/use all of these channels on a regular basis, and there have been many that I have installed, played with, and then removed.

              Other devices we have used that we thought did not function as well as the Roku as far as ease and speed: xBox 360, PS3, blu ray player

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                #22
                Re: Roku in Holiday 2013 Push:

                Originally posted by Squatting Hen View Post
                I have two Roku's, a XDS and a 3. I plan on getting another 3 to replace the XDS. I have to say that I love my Roku. Yes there are 100's (or 1,000) channels, but most of them are ones that I would never use. It's similar to the App Store or Google Play Store saying they have XX amount of apps.

                Our current installed channel list is: Vudu, Amazon Instant, Netflix, Hulu Plus, MLB TV, PBS, PBS Kids, Smithsonian, FoxNow, Pandora, IHeart Radio, USB Player, Weather, AOL HD, CNBC, Huff Post Live, Wall Street Journal Live, NBC News, VEVO, Watch ESPN, Watch Disney.

                I realize that other devices can stream some of these channels, but to me, they do not do it nearly as well as the Roku. We don't watch/use all of these channels on a regular basis, and there have been many that I have installed, played with, and then removed.

                Other devices we have used that we thought did not function as well as the Roku as far as ease and speed: xBox 360, PS3, blu ray player
                The PBS and PBS Kids are a couple that we have also. I with they would add a live feed. The FoxNow, ESPN, and Disney (along with Epix) all require you to subscribe to certain cable or satellite services.

                We also watch Crackle and Spirit Clips a lot. These are a good channels. Full Moon Streaming was recently added and it's good if you enjoy those old Full Moon movies.

                We have been wondering how difficult it would be to load up all our television shows and Disney movies on a server and to create a private Roku channel that would allow us to stream our private movies that way. My husband just hasn't had the time to figure it all out, but he thinks this might work.

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                  #23
                  Re: Roku in Holiday 2013 Push:

                  Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
                  We have been wondering how difficult it would be to load up all our television shows and Disney movies on a server and to create a private Roku channel that would allow us to stream our private movies that way. My husband just hasn't had the time to figure it all out, but he thinks this might work.
                  PLEX. Works as advertised, but a bit of a time black hole to maintain well. You will also need a few TB of HDD storage coupled with prayer that you do not have to endure a HDD crash where months upon months of work will cease to exist in the space of a nano second.

                  BTW, the PBS content is pretty good. I agree. They have a program called "Backstage Pass" that I have been enjoying. There is a band called Howling Diablos who have a good live blues concert . Several others worthwhile too.

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                    #24
                    Re: Roku in Holiday 2013 Push:

                    I understand why they did not use vudu as their integrated service. It's because it's owned by wal-mart, and they don't want top **** off the other retailers by favoring one over the others. That would probably cause some retailers with their own services to stop carrying the roku. So they went with a service not owned by a retailer at all. It was smart.

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