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Discussion in 'Tech Talk - Gadgets, Gizmos and Technology' started by morgan79, Jan 24, 2013.
No go for Xfinity here.
Can't get in on Uverse.
Well with my 10Mb (average test speed is really 9Mb) I couldn't get any higher than high sd. It of course started at low sd then high sd then medium hd then high hd (only for a second) then jump back to high sd.
Guess ill test some more and see. Even in high sd the picture look good. Saturday after noon maybe to many people on Netflix.
As a comparison my network speed on vudu's network speed test pegs out at 9 or greater recommending hdx.
It seems odd that Netflix has to do some tricks with the ISPs to get superHD while Vudu can get it already without anything like that.
Explains open connect.
Gosh and Golly! I wonder why Comcast hasn't quite made it to the table..... want to protect their TV brethren????
it shows on the netflix.com/superhd page that my isp is ready (green light)..i called netflix and asked someone she said it should say super hd instead of high which is what im getting (high) she said that i had to call my isp and ask for the open connect network and i did and suddenlink doesnt have a clue what im talking about.......figures...calling netflix back..
ok fresh off the phone with netflix..netflix.com/superhd scroll down to see if your isp is ready if so it will say so....on my ps3 any program with the super hd logo, when your watching something and you hit the display button and it shows high video quality that is the 1080p. it dont go any higher than that...hope this helps...fantastic pq on 15 megs.
if the 15 Mbps is your DL speed ...then hell, yeah ...
My ISP too. Seems that they want to push their own streaming service. (Sreampix) We use to have comcast and it was included with our package. No where close to Netflix, Amazon or Hulu, seemed someone at Comcast thought it could stop subs from cutting their cord.
Does yours say High/HD or High/SD
high hd the site shows the 3d programming for the best pq is at least 12 meg..
I just got off the phone with NF and, as usual, the CSR didn't understand much of what I was asking. I did find out that the Sammy BD-e6500s are on the HD list, but they already upscale all NF content to 1080p at 60 frames per second. I'll have to hunt thru the titles on my computers until I find one and give it a try. I asked the CSR for just one title and she couldn't find one. Anyone have a title?
Give me just one title, please?
What are you wanting? 1080p titles or Super HD titles?
For super hd it says 7Mb/s max and 5Mb/s mini. Before super hd with only 6Mb ISP I could get x high HD.
I upgraded to 10Mb ISP and with this super hd movies it goes through low sd high sd then med hd and high hd (just for a second) back down to high sd.
With regular hd it taps out at medium hd.
Guess a call to Netflix is in order.
The frighteners was super hd. I don't have 3d. It will show "super hd" in the description instead of HD. Offen it has 5.1 too.
You might want to sample your download speeds first. May not be a NF glitch at all. Some ISPs don't actually deliver what they say.... imagine!
I have used speed test and got 9Mb average and tested with vudu's test and got 9Mb.
The thing, terminator 2, fire in the sky, the innkeepers all in super hd