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post #1081 of 1567 Old 08-31-2014, 08:03 AM
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There is a limit for how many videos can be played at the same time. I think it might only be one or two. I remember it being much more restrictive than the four video streams that Netflix allows me to play at the same time.
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Thanks for the replies. I will find out next week when the second Fire TV arrives and I will update.
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There's a one stream SD plan, a two streams plus HD plan and a 4 streams plus HD plan; the latter is $12/month and the others are both $8/month (which seems strange;was there a price bump that I'm forgetting?). I believe that you can be running Netflix apps on as many devices as you want, but you can only play streams on some of them simultaneously.
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I'm grandfathered in to four streams at $8 a month. I never asked for it since I don't need that capability. But that is what they gave me.
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I am looking to possibly get the Fire TV. Does anyone know if the FTV got the latest Netflix update that started going out to the PS3 and other devices?
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I am looking to possibly get the Fire TV. Does anyone know if the FTV got the latest Netflix update that started going out to the PS3 and other devices?
Heck no. Just read the reviews here if you don't believe me.

If you want to use this thing for Netflix don't bother. The app is seriously dated. First sign is that is has the old Netflix logo. Also it has the old Netflix UI instead of the new modern Netflix UI. You can't even see how much time is left while watching a program. Also the buffer is very tiny only about 25 seconds compared to other devices which are over a minute to two minutes so unless you have a perfect connection to Netflix if you have the slightest sign of congestion you might get dropped quality and even buffering mid stream. I think this will change when the Android TV comes out in the fall then the Fire TV should get the modern Netflix UI with all the new features and a much bigger buffer.

However if you want to watch Amazon Instant this player is the best for that.
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Heck no. Just read the reviews here if you don't believe me.

If you want to use this thing for Netflix don't bother. The app is seriously dated. First sign is that is has the old Netflix logo. Also it has the old Netflix UI instead of the new modern Netflix UI. You can't even see how much time is left while watching a program. Also the buffer is very tiny only about 25 seconds compared to other devices which are over a minute to two minutes so unless you have a perfect connection to Netflix if you have the slightest sign of congestion you might get dropped quality and even buffering mid stream. I think this will change when the Android TV comes out in the fall then the Fire TV should get the modern Netflix UI with all the new features and a much bigger buffer.

However if you want to watch Amazon Instant this player is the best for that.
I know the FTV has had the old Netflix UI for a long time The Xbone got a total UI redesign to match modern Netflix UI of other devices just yesterday. That is why I was inquiring if the FTV finally got UI redesign.

I do like the idea of getting a great video experience for Amazon Prime video and also Netflix. Hopefully to get the best of both worlds on the same device. I'm sure you're right that we'll see an update to Netflix on FTV around the same time the new Android TV devices are released.
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Sorry I though you did not know. Yes the Xbox One got the modern Netflix UI recently which I believe that the Fire TV will get soon but I think what is holding it back is the release of the Android TV. Trust me when it is updated I will be the first here to talk about it and I will even run tests telling you how big the buffer is and the quality of the streams.

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Thanks for listing all the negatives. It is helpful to have all that summarized up in one post.
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Sorry I though you did not know. Yes the Xbox One got the modern Netflix UI recently which I believe that the Fire TV will get soon but I think what is holding it back is the release of the Android TV. Trust me when it is updated I will be the first here to talk about it and I will even run tests telling you how big the buffer is and the quality of the streams.
Awesome, i certainly appreciate your dedication to testing and sharing these type of details!
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I am looking to possibly get the Fire TV. Does anyone know if the FTV got the latest Netflix update that started going out to the PS3 and other devices?
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Heck no. Just read the reviews here if you don't believe me.

If you want to use this thing for Netflix don't bother. The app is seriously dated. .... I think this will change when the Android TV comes out in the fall then the Fire TV should get the modern Netflix UI with all the new features and a much bigger buffer.
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Although reddice makes valid criticisms of the current FTV Netflix app, I would modify his advice as follows: If your primary intended use is for Netflix don't bother -- or wait until the app is updated, which I think will happen soon.

I've had my FTV for almost a month now and use it for Netflix a lot. I've had zero problems and my internet is relatively slow at 15/1, although I am hardwired, not WiFi.

If your interests are broader than just Netflix the FTV has much to recommend it.
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I have a question that skimming this thread and the AFTV site did not answer.

If I have an HD homerun OTA antenna installed on my network, can I watch live TV with the fire TV?
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As I get a direct connection through TWC now for most streams I watch the Fire TV Netflix app does go up to HD now even Super HD which before they would not go past 480p but I still don't chance it because of the tiny buffer. Nothing is more annoying then watching something and it pops up Loading. Please Wait which scares the crud out of me. Remember the Roku 3 had a horrible Netflix app too which use to do the same and had a tiny buffer. Now they updated it last year and it is so much better. I rather be safe and have the 1 to 2 minute buffer for Super HD that the PS3, PS4 and Roku 3 have.

Also Amazon Instant on the Fire TV all programs have a great 3 minute buffer which is to be expected.

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I have a question that skimming this thread and the AFTV site did not answer.

If I have an HD homerun OTA antenna installed on my network, can I watch live TV with the fire TV?
The legacy HD HomeRuns only did MPEG-2 TS. And that format isn't supported by FTV or the Roku 3.

The HD Homerun Plus does transcode to h.264. So it could work with a set top box like the FTV or Roku 3. There is a HD HomeRun view app in the Amazon app store- but it gets very poor reviews. Installing to the app to the Fire TV is currently not an option. But it is for Fire HDX tablets- and they use similar hardware as the FTV. So it is theoretically possible.
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The legacy HD HomeRuns only did MPEG-2 TS. And that format isn't supported by FTV or the Roku 3.
I believe if you install XBMC on the Fire TV you would be good to go...

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Netflix on the FTV with the old interface is still much better than the XBOne with the newer Netflix interface. Since the XBOne surround audio is still borked. I was checking it again last night and the surround audio, in a 7.1 setup, still erroneously comes out of the rear surround channels. Which makes it sound terrible when sounds that should be coming from the sides are coming from behind you. No issues like that with the FireTV.

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So the XBox One still has borked surround sound even though it now has the common UI. I never used the Xbox One but watching videos I did like the older UI.

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The legacy HD HomeRuns only did MPEG-2 TS. And that format isn't supported by FTV or the Roku 3.

The HD Homerun Plus does transcode to h.264. So it could work with a set top box like the FTV or Roku 3. There is a HD HomeRun view app in the Amazon app store- but it gets very poor reviews. Installing to the app to the Fire TV is currently not an option. But it is for Fire HDX tablets- and they use similar hardware as the FTV. So it is theoretically possible.
FTV does support MPEG2. I'm watching live TV on my FTV via XBMC using ServerWMC as the backend, which relies on HDHomeRun (an older, mpeg2 version). Another easier method (if you don't need EPG) is to use the HDHomeRun setup software to output XBMC .strm files. Put those in a folder in your home network, add to videos under XBMC and just click each file/channel to play.

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FTV does support MPEG2. I'm watching live TV on my FTV via XBMC using ServerWMC as the backend, which relies on HDHomeRun (an older, mpeg2 version). Another easier method (if you don't need EPG) is to use the HDHomeRun setup software to output XBMC .strm files. Put those in a folder in your home network, add to videos under XBMC and just click each file/channel to play.
I was planning on getting the HD dual that only does OTA. The HD website does not indicate that it does any conversion to the recordings for playback, just that it is able to "Watch live TV on DLNA-compatible devices, including smart TVs, game consoles, and media players"

So a Roku or Fire TV is not a media player in this definition?
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They're both media players, with different capabilities. With the newer HDHomeRun (w/H.264), you can use a Roku channel for it to view live TV. It takes MPEG2 streams and transcodes them to H.264.

Another option is something like Simple.tv or Tablo, which work better on Roku. Both also transcode/save as H.264 HLS streams. With Simple.tv (I'm more familiar as I have it), you can also pull recorded file to your computer, and you can sideload their Kindle app to FireTV (works fairly well, but requires mouse).

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so I just unboxed my amazon fire tv and am hoping to root and install xbmc.


I have read the instructions but as soon as I plug the FTV in it begins to download the latest firmware which I think is not rootable.


I quickly unplugged it so now I am wondering how I even start this as I am stuck on the first screen when booting which is to connect to network
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Any Plex users here? If so, are you as frustrated as me that neither Plex or Amazon have addressed the 5.1 issue with MKV files? It's been almost 6 months and they haven't even acknowledged it.

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The Plex situation is a joke. I was so pissed that I now only use Plex on a tablet.
And they have the nerve to blame it only on Amazon.
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so I just unboxed my amazon fire tv and am hoping to root and install xbmc.


I have read the instructions but as soon as I plug the FTV in it begins to download the latest firmware which I think is not rootable.


I quickly unplugged it so now I am wondering how I even start this as I am stuck on the first screen when booting which is to connect to network
Did you look at this guide? http://www.aftvnews.com/how-to-setup...blocking-root/
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Although reddice makes valid criticisms of the current FTV Netflix app, I would modify his advice as follows: If your primary intended use is for Netflix don't bother -- or wait until the app is updated, which I think will happen soon.

I've had my FTV for almost a month now and use it for Netflix a lot. I've had zero problems and my internet is relatively slow at 15/1, although I am hardwired, not WiFi.

If your interests are broader than just Netflix the FTV has much to recommend it.
I've had the FTV since launch and use it with Netflix. Zero issues. Plays the 5800kbps streams just fine. Faster to scroll and navigate content than any other device I have that support Netflix. In fact I prefer the FTV Netflix UI compared to the "new" UI available on my Oppo 103D.

To the poster asking ... My advise is try it and see if it works for you. Amazon will be more than happy to take the FTV back if it doesn't work for you.
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Everybody makes this clam. Some never have issues with Netflix even when the Roku 3 had that horrible old Netflix app. Also they blamed it on a defective device but every other channel streamed fine though. I drew the line when they kept saying to change your DNS which was a big waste of time. I did do it but it made no difference.

That is just the way it is. But at least reading the Amazon reviews I am not alone in the disappointing app.

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I have been vaguely watching the FTV for some time now but continue to be frustrated that its HDMI output does not deactivate during sleep mode. (I use an automatic prioritized input switcher, aka DVDO Edge.)

Have there been any apps developed or other mechanisms where the Fire's HDMI output can be truly deactivated so that I can hook it into my DVDO Edge and not have to manually change TV inputs all the time?

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