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Online Data Topic starter
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Was looking through YouTube and came across this Toy Story 3 HD Video, the quality of some of these YouTube videos is pretty dam good these days, the first time I watched it I got a perfect feed and the video played nice and smooth in 1080, second time I got a few pauses.

See if you can watch this video in 1080, I think at the moment you need 3.5Mb down, though that might need some more looking into.

Make sure to select 1080 when its playing then put it in fullscreen for full effect

<iframe width="554" height="385" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/5f-MYl-HzNw?fs=1&start=" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
Posted August 04, 2010, 22:58:32 PM Logged

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Neat - I got it at 1080 full screen and it played fine. Smiley

I stream movies from Love Film now and they say you need about 2Mb for standard definition and around 3Mb I think for HD, so you are right about the speed.
Posted August 05, 2010, 07:19:39 AM Logged

Offline Snowcrash
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I get about 3.6Mbit and I got 3 pauses even though the red bar was ahead of what I was watching. I did pause the vid for 3-4 secs before pressing play.

Not far off of real time so I'd say about 3Mb for HD minimum. The last time I tried HD it took 1 hour for a 15min vid. I was getting about 2Mb or less at the time.
Posted August 05, 2010, 10:43:42 AM Logged
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Decent HD quality for YouTube, seems they have it pretty well sorted, tell you what though when I upload an HD video I cant get it to look like that, the average user doesn’t seem to be able to get that crisp quality picture and sound like the big companies can. I guess that cost money.

Freddy I haven’t heard of Love Film, is it free? Tongue
Posted August 05, 2010, 20:35:36 PM Logged

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Data, No it's not free - it's part of a DVD/BD rental deal....  There are a range of prices.  I pay £10 per month to rent as many titles as I like a month - I borrow Blue Rays mainly at the moment.  I can only have one at a time though, but it's working out fine like that.  I could probably get anything between 5 and 8 films a month I estimate, depending on how quickly I get the disc back to them.

Because I recently got a nicely featured Sony Blue Ray player I can also connect to their online films and programs for no extra charge.  Some nice films on there but not as new as the ones you rent.

http://www.lovefilm.com/welcome/home.html

That's the home site.

Edit : I think most of LoveFilm's online video is standard definition at the moment.  I use HD when connecting to iPlayer though and it works fine.  My line will do 14Mb but the other important factor of course is how fast the server can send the data to you.  It's all fairly new territory I think, but I am very impressed by HD so far.
Posted August 06, 2010, 14:13:40 PM
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Thanks for the info Freddy, now I’ve been to the site I recognise it from TV ads, It’s a neat idea but I don’t have that extra cash to spend each month on it. 

My Dad, oh look I sound like a little kid, lol, I haven’t lived at home for over 20 years  Shocked, but anyway he has recently got a Sony BluRay and surround sound system, and I noticed it has a load of free films and TV channels including the BBC iplayer, as long as its plugged into the web you get heaps of free content, was also impressed with the HD playback from the iplayer on the Sony BluRay, seemed very good quality to me.

Just waiting for freeview to go HD, it’s starting to happen around England but unfortunately the area I’m in is the last to change, you might find it hard to believe but officially I cant get freeview yet so I have to use a very powerful aerial pointing to a transmitter far away and that causes other problems, such as French TV and days or even weeks of no or very little TV.

If only I could speak French I could have TV all year round.  Roll Eyes

This is why I’m looking for other free ways to get HD TV or films.     
Posted August 06, 2010, 16:31:09 PM Logged

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Rent BD and buy a BD rw for your PC and rip 'em all to DVD (disc) with h264 codec. Then you have a copy too  Grin

Hope that makes sense.

Or get My Mate to do it (my plan) ... the names have been removed to protect the guilty.
Posted August 06, 2010, 18:53:32 PM
Last Edit: August 07, 2010, 13:22:09 PM by Snowcrash
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LOL, that is an option too.  Cheesy

Datahopa.co.uk would like to point out that we do not endorse everything that others might post, this includes Snowcrash  Shocked   
Posted August 06, 2010, 19:02:13 PM Logged

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Oooops. I am very sorry for this faux pas.

Please re-read my last post with 'Buy' instead of 'Rent' and 'back up 'em all' instead of 'rip 'em all'. Then, of course, you would have a backup to give to your kids so they don't damage your original.
Not sure what excuse you'd use for an 18 cert. LOL
Posted August 07, 2010, 13:21:04 PM Logged
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LOL  Grin  Yeah there are a few options out there...

Oh yes...freeview HD... I think we get it here in 2012...
Posted August 07, 2010, 14:15:23 PM Logged

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  watched the film and thought I'm still watching cartoons,  things are made of plastic, like my toys were when I was a child.  Thought of Avatar which was a 3D movie over here, didn't get to see it but I can remember watching a 3D movie I saw when I was young, The Monster from the blue lagoon, liked it a lot.
Carl2
Posted September 01, 2010, 00:11:01 AM Logged

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The latest run of 3D movies are far better than those stupid red/blue glasses.
Avatar was ok in 3D but was expensive and our cinemas are pants (rubbish) with peoples heads in the middle of the screen. Doesn't help being a short arse (ass).
The best, and in my opinion the only one worth watching, 3D is IMAX. I have seen 2D IMAX but not 3D and I have to travel 50 miles for the nearest screen.

Not seen the latest TV3D though my dad has one and I'm over there next weekend. Cinema is passive polarisors. TV is active polarisors (the glasses have batteries and talk to the TV via radio)
Posted September 01, 2010, 17:48:52 PM Logged
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