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Old 21 Mar 2014, 02:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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so i just signed up for the free trial and when I go the the library of videos every video I click on, it says video not available. anybody know whats going on?

oh sorry I should have mentioned that Im on my desktop, windows

yes I'm in America, west coast
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it doesn't work on xbox360......
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Old 21 Mar 2014, 02:27 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Either One Of The Following Reasons:

1- Some videos will simply not play if your parental control is on. You would think that it would tell you something like "You Must Be Over The Age Of 18 To View This" or "Parental Control Is Activated", but no, it will simply not play some videos without telling you why.


2- Something wrong with your browser's flash player OR you probably don't even have flash player installed. I'm also on Desktop (connected to my gigantic projection tv).

This is my set up:

Stripped Down Windows 7 Pro-64 (Having it stripped down reserves a lot of memory resource)

Stripped Down Google Chrome (a stripped down Chrome allows more bandwidth to be focused on the flash player. Basically, stripping Chrome is simply disabling plug-ins you don't really need, disabling stuff like spell check, search recommendation, facebook / twitter / Myspace links, location detection... whatever uses background bandwidth.

Hardware: Super fast gaming PC. Of course, I have a high-end display card. The PC is connected to one of my huge TVs. Since the TV I'm using is DPL display, I can basically set the resolution to anything less than 1080 resolution and still get HD quality because DPL does not render with pixels (those annoying blocking blocks you see with some videos). DPL is like vector graphics, in other words, the image looks like a picture developed from a negative film, you don't see any blocky edges. The point is, I can have my TV display at 1080, but that would be unnecessary resource because the image is still HD below 1080 because the TV is DPL display, to get HD quality with LCD and Plasma TVs, you do need to have the resolution set to 1080 because LCD and Plasma use pixels to render the image.

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Old 21 Mar 2014, 02:39 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Are you using Google Chrome? If so try Firefox or Internet Explorer.
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