Originally Posted by DaveFi
I got a month free of Prime and just watched Dredd on my PS3, and 1080p showed up on the PS3's indicator.
Is there a program guide like Instantwatcher or Moreflicks for Amazon Prime Video?
AVS Forum member RangerOne's TVandMoviesNow.com
searches Netflix and Amazon simultaneously. You specify one or the other and it will only match things which show up in that service but will show if it also appears in the other service's library. It has a ton of filters and 4 sort options. EDIT: Looking at its results now I don't think that TV&MN's Amazon results are trustworthy, so, no, maybe I don't know of an Amazon Instant Video search engine.
I tried playing Dredd
in the PS3's player and never saw 1080p, or any indication that it say "1080p". I hit the DOWN arrow (or a couple of other things) and I see the scrub bar, PAUSE, FF, REW and CC buttons and a button with a LEFT arrow on it on the left edge of the screen. Next to that LEFT arrow is "HD" which is always there, gray at first but turns bright white when it gets to an HD encode. Can 1080p appear next to the HD? May be that I'm never getting to that (so I've been told) 10 Mbps encode despite having nominally 100 Mbps service. No big--I wouldn't burn 180W to stream video on my launch model PS3 anyway.Edited by michaeltscott - 12/7/13 at 11:11pm