VoDs are recorded via satellite, probably in the wee hours of the night. The ViPs have HDD space allotted for these types of things. When you order, it "unlocks" that video for instant watching. Ethernet has nothing to do with it.
Not too familiar. Is that Video On Demand? Or do you have to download first?SaltiDawg said:How about DishONLINE?
DishONLINE is "download first" and would really mess up your internet budget (if you have a limited connection).Taco Lover said:Not too familiar. Is that Video On Demand? Or do you have to download first?
Push the DVR button once and select #5 DishONLINETaco Lover said:Not too familiar. Is that Video On Demand? Or do you have to download first?
Perhaps you didn't understand James' reply.SaltiDawg said:Push the DVR button once and select #5 DishONLINE
Right. I meant 'not familiar' as in 'I never use it, but I know it's rent by download'.SaltiDawg said:Push the DVR button once and select #5 DishONLINE
Perhaps you didn't understand my post.Ken Green said:Perhaps you didn't understand James' reply.
Sorry Chuck, I posted here, but then deleted when I realized I had posted to the wrong topic. Wow, you're fast!ChuckA said:Yes and Yes. Except you only need one powerline adapter plugged in close to your router and connected to the router with an Ethernet cable. The receiver has a powerline adapter built into it.
Be aware however of a restriction when using the powerline (Homeplug) facility. In order to use the adapter built in to the receiver you must plug the receiver directly into the wall outlet. You can't use a power strip (unless it has a special outlet built specifically for powerline devices) or a UPS.
That's interesting. The last time I checked, it was $2.99. I believe that is correct, you have to watch it within 24 hours. I might try this weekend.nostalgiaguru said:just a small follow-up since I'm new to this and couldn't find the answer.
I saw last night, via the 722, that 10000 BC is now being offered in 1080P. The price was $1.99.
It said it was a 24-hour rental. Does that mean I can't record it to keep, and that after 24 hours, it's just gone, gone, gone?