Right or not?
Other thing - the US iTunes store has heaps of Documentaries etc that aren't available on the NZ store, oh for those!
drdanick: Eh, I think that $13 is reasonable for movies. I'd rather pay that then have to sit through another 3 hour conversion for an 11 minute video
freitasm: I paid $4.99 for a rental, and this is a good price comparing with the video store - thanks for the convenience.
As for speed, check what provider you are using. I am on TelstraClear cable-modem service and got my movie downloaded in 20 minutes.
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gehenna:drdanick: Eh, I think that $13 is reasonable for movies. I'd rather pay that then have to sit through another 3 hour conversion for an 11 minute video
wow what software are you using? I'm able to rip and convert a 2hr video to high quality avi in about 90mins... and can convert a whole season of something from divx avi to iphone compatible mp4 in like 2 hours (i'm talking 350mb 1hr shows too - the whole series...converted and exported to itunes in 2 hours - 12 episodes....)
sounds like something isn't right at your side i'm afraid!
on topic though - i bought groundhog day just to test the waters and the download speed was soooo slow, 3 hours nearly! still, it's legal and its mine so its a good trade off. i'm much more interested in tv shows on itunes so hopefully that comes around soon, and i'd be happier to buy HD movies on itunes if i didn't need an appletv to do so....but no more movie purchases for me, it's not worth it in my opinion.
gehenna: I reckon! are you on Mac or PC? Give VisualHub a go for Mac, or just use Quicktime Pro for PC/Mac. VisualHub is super fast though in my experience.
Im pretty sure itunes and quicktime are mutually exclusive, you cant have itunes without qt can you?