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# 181415 14-Oct-2015 20:43
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I signed up yesterday for a three month trial (via a Skinny offer), and starting the iPad app I got a warning that AirPlay wasn't working, and it could be some time until it was resolved. And indeed sound works but no picture (and I don't count mirroring as acceptable!).

How long has this problem been happening?

Given the lack of an ATV app we are somewhat dependent on AirPlay to make much use of Light on, so not a great start!

Btw, is there a way of casting Lightbox to a TV via an Amazon Fire TV?

Thanks in advance.

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  # 1409496 19-Oct-2015 21:27
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talking to Lightbox help tonight.. they said 2016 before that is fixed

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  # 1409500 19-Oct-2015 21:36
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Not sure on Amazon Fire, but existing thread on Airplay here

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=171&topicid=181115&page_no=1#1409497


 
 
 
 




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  # 1409579 20-Oct-2015 08:20
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Thanks for the replies; I hadn't seen that earlier thread, so thanks for pointing that out.

Well, that makes the trial a waste of time for us, given almost all our watching is on the TV. I just can't be bothered using a browser on the HTPC anymore (which I could use for viewing Lightbox), not when Netflix is just so easy to use via the ATV or how iPlayer just works via Airplay...

I'd also need to see discrete audio (5.1) on Lightbox before I'd pay for it. A pity, as I'd like to support a local effort, but the lack of an ATV app or functional Airplay and the no 5.1 are fatal flaws for me...

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