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#3003 21-Dec-2004 17:31
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Does anyone know the cost if any of the media player section on the Sanyo 7400. I can't find anything on the telecom website and the service rep i talked to on the phone had no idea as well. There are options of videos to watch when i opened it but didnt want to go too far incase i ended up paying heaps for them.

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  #11246 21-Dec-2004 18:45
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They are free demos clips at this point and the cost nothing to watch.


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  #11260 22-Dec-2004 08:21
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Where did you find this info out from as noone at telecom seemed to know.



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  #11269 22-Dec-2004 12:27
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I work for telecom lol and i guess they havent put it on the intranet and help systems but they wil get arround to it.

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  #11388 29-Dec-2004 18:32
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Someone somewhere here said the clips on the media player are streamed to your 7400 (vs downloaded) and r a sample of what arrives in 2005, and are free.

But the url on the clips to is a URL that doesn't exist.

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  #11410 30-Dec-2004 08:36
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Correct - the clips are demos, no charge.

Any charges for this service when the real content goes on will be clearly marked.

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  #13006 21-Feb-2005 01:36
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wot does it actually mean for something to be streamed rather than downloaded?

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  #13020 21-Feb-2005 11:05
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"wot does it actually mean for something to be streamed rather than downloaded?"
It means you download it as you watch it. Basically you only download the parts that you are about to watch.

Downloading means you transfer the entire file, before you can preview/watch it. It means that you'll need a bit of memory to store multiple clips vs streaming where you only watch it once and then you need to restream the content.


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  #13026 21-Feb-2005 14:43
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thanks for pointing out the issue! it's being sorted out now!

in the meantime use


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