All iPads Anyone Try TDK Rises Using Ultraviolet?

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  1. AppleRobert, Dec 4, 2012
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    Man, this video smokes on my iPad 4.

    Today was release date of this movie. Highly recommended to give it a go on your iPad!
     
  2. macrumors 6502

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    They ditched the iTunes copy, right? I love buying a movie on DVD or blurray and having a free iTunes copy on my bought page on Apple TV. Makes it worth it.
     
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    Any one using Ultraviolet, I would recommend using Vudu. Mainly because Vudu has a good bit more apps for platforms and it is web based for the iPad. Flixster has an iPad app but I have had issues with my Ultraviolet library syncing between Flixster and Vudu. I always try to redeem on Vudu first.
     
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    I just hate Ultraviolet. Nothing personal I just like have the digital file from iTunes. To bad TDK didn't come with the iTunes file. I checked Walmart, Target and Best Buy.
     
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    What is Ultraviolet???
     
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    I checked TDK and TDKR (got the trilogy box) real quick on Flixster. Looked like doodoo on my iPad 3 and by that I mean it was SD. Will it go to HD if I let it load longer? I also tried Prometheus using Cinemanow and get the message that "HD is unavailable for this device". Very disappointing.

    On the other hand, TDKR FX app has great HD quality video for the behind the scenes features.
     
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    Yup SD on VUDU too. Still have to try youTube....I logged on to the youtube site and set my settings so that it will play all HD content at the highest res. I then typed in 1080p videos and watched the trailer for tron in 1080p which looked amazing (although not at blue-ray levels) so I'm hoping TDKR will be posted soon.
     
  9. AppleRobert, Dec 5, 2012
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    TDKR rises looks great on the 4th gen. I'm not certain but it sure looks like hdx resolution, I know the last one was.

    How is your bandwith? Flixster works well for me. Zero lag and no buffering while I was watching.
     
  10. thread starter macrumors 68040

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    Logged into my Vudu account and it is showing HDX for all my movies, including TDKR.

    I made sure when I bought Blu-Rays that included UV, that they would be in HDX. I particiapte on a bluray forum and those guys are great and very helpful.
     

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