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5.0 Beta 2 (Oct 21, 2008)
Wonder if Bluray support is possible? At least for profile 1.1 (java).
4.2.0205 (Nov 29, 2007)
Install still appears to hang under Vista32/64 even though it has not. Be VERY patient.
Still locks up under Vista64 when you pan and scan.
126.96.36.199292 (Oct 15, 2007)
I love this program. I mean it is truly useful and awesome and has made my life managing my downloaded PC vids, raw frames and PS3 trifecta all the more livable.
I give it a "three" because they still have this holy quest against incorporating QT support. Which serves no one but the jaded creators.
4.4.6 (Jun 15, 2007)
Getting a error message after successfully playing a video--after updating.
"COM SURROGATE" failure is the message. This is under Vista Ultimate.
4.4.2 (May 10, 2007)
Continues to impress as every version, seemingly, as flawless as the previous. The best thing about the updates is they don't seem to do anything. Which is a good thing really. Shows how stable the installation is.
The only thing stopping me from giving it a "5" yet again is that it still cannot play certain DIVX 5.05 movies. For some reason you have to use the actual DIVX PLAYER from Divx.
I don't know if this is a flag in the encoded file that commands this or not. Still, whatever the reason, it's frustrating.
4.4.2 (Jul 25, 2011 - 8:58 PM)
I had this tool on my Amiga 500 back in 1990. It actually saved my butt a few times.
4.4.2 (Nov 12, 2009 - 4:13 AM)
All these people saying this guy is nuts...gimme a break! Apple approves 100 different fart apps but won't let something like "who is is my congressmen in my state" app?! Apple craps on apps they feel threaten their earnings or, as he stated, for reasons that make no clear sense...PERIOD.
Now while I am all for free market and capitalism, you cannot fault this guy for bailing. His reasons ARE VALID. They just might not be compatible in a capitalistic business market.
Having said that, Apple isn't even playing by traditional capitalism rules, they're eff'n nuts on app store approvals.
4.4.2 (Oct 27, 2009 - 5:01 PM)
"Initially, watching movies instantly streamed from Netflix via the PS3 system will be enabled by a free, instant streaming Blu-ray disc that is being made available to all Netflix members." This statement seems to imply that the disk is a temporary measure and that Netflix functionality will eventually be baked into the PS3 OS. Still, points go to Microsoft for avoiding the clumsy step of requiring a disk. On the other hand, Xbox users have to be a "Gold" (aka paying) member of Xbox Live to access the Netflix service; Sony's Playstation Network doesn't have a paid tier so all PS3 owners with Netflix accounts will be able to use the streaming service."
4.4.2 (Oct 27, 2009 - 5:01 PM)
Yes, it's a hassle. As it is now when I'm in my XB dashboard I can very quickly and easily go from XB market place movies, my own, and Netflix. All without getting up or being taken out of the experience.
This PS3 disc should just "install" like all the other modules in the PS3. Hell even games can be installed so why not this netflix software?
4.4.2 (Oct 27, 2009 - 2:01 AM)
Wait, you have to put a disc in your PS3 every time you want to use Netflix?!?! HASSLE! The XB360s implementation of NF is probably the best I've seen, no thanks. (and yes I own a PS3 too)