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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Phenomkickz, Oct 4, 2010.
Netflix has video out now!
Nice thanks for the post
The quality isnt to good, but i can deal with it
I was just about to post this too.
Netflix streaming quality isn't really great anywhere. I don't have any way to test this iPhone out method right now to compare, but I'm betting it's similar to what I get from my PS3 which is to say "it's good enough."
what kind of cables do you guys use for video out on the iphone?
How does it look on a 32-40" TV ? Is it at least SD or DVD quality? Or is it super pixelated like the Droid HDMI cable.
You need the iphone av cables, u can find them on ebay gor around $6 or apple.com for around $60
Im using it on my 32, it shows decent, its under dvd quality to me
But sadly, it appears to only work on the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4. I'm still stuck using TVOut2.
So how does this work? I already have generic cables, Resupported and DisplayOut, so I've been watching Netflix on the TV that way.
How would I test this "natively"? I mean, is it any different (or look different) than just displaying the iPhone screen on the TV like how I've been doing?
Unfortunately, still no Retina Display update. However, I did just notice that all 8 seasons of Monk and seasons 1-4 of Psych are now available for Watch Instantly, so that's good.
Edit: I take back that Retina Display comment partially. Looks like they did update the loading screen (when the app first opens) and the pause/play icons, the rewind 30 seconds icon, and the zoom/fit-to-screen icon.
I use the RCA apple connector. The quality isn't all that hot. It's watchable, but it's less than DVD quaility.
looks like DVD quality to me , test out Top Gear, looks really good streaming to iPhone
I have been using TVout2 + official apple cables since the app first came out
I'll update to the new netflix and see if there are any differences ( if there are I will come back and report)
why no support for the 3GS?