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Topic # 154824 9-Nov-2014 12:25
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Just noticed a new app on Samsung smart tv for Lightbox. I just gave it a quick try, works well . Wasnt aware this app was in the pipeline.

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  Reply # 1171671 9-Nov-2014 15:16
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;-)

It's rolling out now for official launch tomorrow.




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  Reply # 1171675 9-Nov-2014 15:23
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Just for Samsung?




Keep calm, and carry on posting.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1171696 9-Nov-2014 16:46
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what about other services like Plex, xmbc, android etc

i think a lot of people haven't bothered signing up to your services because you have your service on a very limited number of devices


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  Reply # 1171744 9-Nov-2014 18:25
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Heh - on Samsung. That's a good old chestnut no one saw coming.

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  Reply # 1171850 9-Nov-2014 22:11
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Jase2985: what about other services like Plex, xmbc, android etc

i think a lot of people haven't bothered signing up to your services because you have your service on a very limited number of devices



Rome wasn't built in one day - we're busy standing up our service on more devices. This is just the first wave. 

That being said, we can't realistically support every single device in existence and need to prioritise based on market sizes, easy of development and commercial partnerships.




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  Reply # 1171871 9-Nov-2014 23:13
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BigHammer: Just for Samsung?


I really should have brought a Windows Phone to go with my LG TV. 

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  Reply # 1171897 10-Nov-2014 07:02
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any way to get this on a sumsung tv when the samsung tv is set for another region, eg the UK ? 

would love the app on my samsung tvs, but if its a choice between netflix + iplayer, lightbox with lose.

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  Reply # 1171900 10-Nov-2014 07:16
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Lightbox:
Jase2985: what about other services like Plex, xmbc, android etc

i think a lot of people haven't bothered signing up to your services because you have your service on a very limited number of devices



Rome wasn't built in one day - we're busy standing up our service on more devices. This is just the first wave. 

That being said, we can't realistically support every single device in existence and need to prioritise based on market sizes, easy of development and commercial partnerships.


Does that confirm that Samsung is the only manufacturer you've got a Smart TV app for? Any love coming for Panasonic TV owners?



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  Reply # 1171901 10-Nov-2014 07:24
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One small issue and not a biggie but Lightbox logo isnt appearing in the app list once downloaded just the name. Im sure just a small teething problem.

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  Reply # 1171902 10-Nov-2014 07:30
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If thats the case I'm resigning up. Good stuff.

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  Reply # 1171925 10-Nov-2014 08:48
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Just gave it go and picture quality is great.

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  Reply # 1171927 10-Nov-2014 08:49
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ianajmes: One small issue and not a biggie but Lightbox logo isnt appearing in the app list once downloaded just the name. Im sure just a small teething problem.


Cheers. What model do you have?




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  Reply # 1171928 10-Nov-2014 08:49
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psychnurse: Just gave it go and picture quality is great.


Yeah, this really does our encoding profiles justice.




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  Reply # 1171929 10-Nov-2014 08:51
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dclegg: 

Does that confirm that Samsung is the only manufacturer you've got a Smart TV app for? Any love coming for Panasonic TV owners?


We'll have a press release out later today, but nothing to announce on Panasonic, no.




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  Reply # 1171930 10-Nov-2014 08:54
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Lightbox:
dclegg: 

Does that confirm that Samsung is the only manufacturer you've got a Smart TV app for? Any love coming for Panasonic TV owners?


We'll have a press release out later today, but nothing to announce on Panasonic, no.


Tx. Naggy follow up question. :-)

Any word on the update for the iPad app? We generally love your service, but the bugs around pausing shows make it quite painful to use.

In addition to paused shows not being able to be resumed normally, we're also finding that manually repositioning to the correct spot places the Apple TV in a state where we can no longer control playback. And every few minutes the Apple TV screensaver kicks in, forcing us to push a button on the remote to dismiss the screensaver and get the picture back (playback is still happening, but video is replaced by the screensaver).

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