Watching Movies on TV

Depending on the TV and related equipment you have you can either browse and navigate to play movies (including pay per minute), exactly as you would on a desktop computer or you can play movies that you have downloaded. Here are just some of the ways you can watch content on your TV.

Google TV

Google TVs are available as both full fledged Smart TVs or set top boxes that connect to your existing TV. See http://www.google.com/tv for some of your options. Because Google TV includes a full Chrome browser supporting the Flash media player, with a Google TV you can browse an playback Stream To Own, Rental and PPM movies just as you would on a desktop computer.

The video player allows full screen viewing and will automatically choose the highest resolution version of the video based on your screen size and bandwidth. To play movies that you have downloaded you can store them on a USB memory stick and play them back with the Google TV Media Player. This is useful for playing HD movies (720p and 1080p) if you do not have enough network bandwidth to stream these movies.

Apple TV

The Apple TV allows you to bounce video to a TV from a Mac or iOS device, something Apple calls AirPlay, which makes your TV connected to the Apple TV an alternate display for your Mac or iOS device. All forms of our movies - Stream To Own, Rentals, PPM and Downloads - are compatible with AirPlay. You can learn more about Airplay here.

If you have downloaded your films to a computer, you may extend playback to your Apple TV using Home Sharing. First, add the films to your iTunes library and then make sure your computer and Apple TV are on the same network. Once Home Sharing has been enabed on both devices, you will be able to use your Apple TV to browse and play your computer's entire iTunes library. More information about Home Sharing, including setup procedures, can be found here.

Play Station 3

There are multiple ways to play our movies via the PlayStation 3. First, the PlayStation 3 includes a browser that supports Flash video playback so you can use your PS3 browser to access our site and playback Stream To Own, Rental and PPM movies just as you would on a desktop computer.

To play movies that you have downloaded, you can store them on a USB memory stick and attach the stick to the PS3. Once the device is attached, navigate to the Video section of the XMB. Hightlight the USB Drive and then press Triangle on the controller to bring up the Options menu. Select "Show All" from this menu and then you will be able to view the contents of your drive.

Also, you can use the DLNA (Universal Plug and Play) compatibility of the PS3 in combination with software that is already installed or can be installed on you PC to stream downloads from your PC to the PS3. Vendors making software that enables this type of playback include Tversity, Plex, Windows Media Player 11 or above and Wild Media among others.

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X Box

The Xbox does not have an available browser so you cannot stream movies directly from our site but you can easily play movies that you have downloaded. To play movies that you have downloaded you can store them on a USB memory stick and attach the memory stick to the Xbox. Also, you can use the DLNA (Universal Plug and Play) compatibility of the Xbox in combination with software that is already installed or can be installed on you PC to stream downloads from your PC to the Xbox. Vendors making software that enables this type of playback include Tversity, Plex, Windows Media Player 11 or above and Wild Media among others.

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Other set top boxes Smart TVs, Roku and Boxee

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To play movies that you have downloaded you can store them on a USB memory stick and attach the memory stick to the set top box or Smart TV. Also, you can use the DLNA (Universal Plug and Play) compatibility of the set top box or Smart TV in combination with software that is already installed or can be installed on you PC to stream downloads from your PC. Vendors making software that enables this type of playback include Tversity, Plex, Windows Media Player 11 or above and Wild Media among others.

Currently we do not have Roku or Boxee apps that allow movie playback but we are actively working on this so check back soon or email our Customer Service at if you are interested in this feature.

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Direct Connection

If the above methods do not work for you and you have a relatively new PC, notebook or Mac and television you can directly connect you computer to the TV using it as a display monitor. The following video details several methods you may use.

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