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  1. I have no sympathy, plenty of occasions I got attached to fairly new shows and they cancelled the shows mid season or stopped buying new seasons after the first season. Too much reality rubbish these days. Except for news, it's now Netflix, Disney+ and physical media for me.
  2. Anyone else having difficulties with streaming Disney+? Mine keeps stopping after about 5 minutes. I'm casting from android phone to Chromecast ultra. When I started to stream potc:awe I got an error stating they had slow connections at the time.
  3. I've only ever bought panasonic TV's. Oh well, have been thinking for a while to get a projector next time anyway. My current screen is 65" which for 4K isn't big enough for my viewing distance, need at least 100", hence projector. I don't think panasonic make 4k HDR projectors?
  4. If we had a FTTP NBN, then the broadcasters and Foxtel could've had their own light beam on the network and we'd be enjoying 4K today. With fibre, not only can you get insanely fast speeds on the one light beam, you can have multiple light beams on the one fibre cable just like we get multiple signals over the same antenna cable. So FTA and Foxtel could've had a 1Tbps or greater beam of light and had enough space to run everything in 4K or even 8K and with minimal compression. We'd get both choice and quality.
  5. https://tvtonight.com.au/2020/01/7mate-now-in-hd.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+com%2FYTJp+(TV+Tonight) Still only available in SD via Prime7.
  6. Haven't posted since the days of AVForum, but anyway, has anyone else watched Disney Pixar Cars on Disney+ and noticed it to be slower than normal and lots of empty quiet gaps that don't appear in the theatrical version? I note my blu-ray copy says the movie lasts 111 minutes, but on disney+ it states 1hr 57 minutes. Even more confusing is that my 3D copy of Cars is 106 minutes. Edit: Checked runtime on 3D copy and normal BD copy by putting them in my player and on screen the runtime is basically the same as for Disney+, the difference in playback speed was obvious, will double check rumtime on Disney+, may have to watch it at some point and time it from start to finish.
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