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Where to download 3D movies

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mattcnz, Jun 25, 2011.

  1. wake69

    wake69 Android Expert

    it is unavailable in stores till nov
     

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  2. BlackDynamite

    BlackDynamite Android Expert

    So that must be when the Panasonic exclusive agreement ends. In any case, saying the poster could buy it from HTC Watch was incorrect info. The fact is right now the only way to get it is to buy a Panasonic bluray player or Panasonic tv and get it from them at that time, or buy it from someone who got it with their Panasonic bluray player or tv. Nobody is streaming it though (legally).
     
  3. ProfeZZor X

    ProfeZZor X Android Enthusiast

    I have quite a few full length 3D movies on my device already. In total, I have about 32 movies that I've collected weekly since I've bought the 3DVO. 7 from YT3D, 22 recent 3D motion pictures, and the rest are regular 2D movies that I just like. It helps having my 32gig class 10 micro SD card, and I still have about 6.5 gigs of free space left.

    Next on the list is Thor 3D, X-Men First Class 3D, Priest 3D, and a couple of IMAX 3D movies.
     
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  4. BigCiX

    BigCiX Android Expert

    PM me and let me know how I can acquire those player. If u don't mind.
     
  5. ProfeZZor X

    ProfeZZor X Android Enthusiast

    I bought the Blu-ray discs and converted them on my own.
     
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  6. wake69

    wake69 Android Expert


    No, it will be released in November for sale. Be careful pirating is not looked well upon here. You can buy the panasonic version on amazon as stated earlier
     
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  7. danlman

    danlman Lurker


    I just bought my phone yesterday and I don't even get the free Green Hornet movie because everytime I attempt to play it it says the promotion has expired. I am becoming discouraged about finding real 3D movies to stream. Watch has only 3 and they aren't even for rent, they are $27 a peace. I'm not paying $27 to see a movie on my phone. How dumb would that be?
     
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  8. danlman

    danlman Lurker


    Not on Android devices. Why bring it up if it doesn't even work on Android devices. I believe this is the Android forum, am I right?
     
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  9. BlackDynamite

    BlackDynamite Android Expert

    Because, as I said, that is the only place I know of that streams 3D movies.

    Rather than take issue with me for providing information, why don't you take issue with them for not having an Android app?

    Go email Vudu and tell them you want an Android app...
     
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  10. ProfeZZor X

    ProfeZZor X Android Enthusiast

  11. Lozer_Kid

    Lozer_Kid Android Enthusiast

    As far as i know, there's is no Vudu app for Android devices yet. Has anyone tried to stream 3D movies from the stock browser het. I'd like to know if it works so I can get an account.
     
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  12. ronyy

    ronyy Lurker

    im looking to download movies on my E3D do anyone know where i can download full movies
     
  13. wake69

    wake69 Android Expert

    From buying them

    Before posting like this, read the site rules and regulations. Make sure if by full movies, you don't mean copyright protected stuff for free
     
  14. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice

    We'll assume he's talking legal locations (because otherwise I'd have to close this as it's against the rules).

    Doesn't amazon sell them in a digital format that will work on the phones? Perhaps the Android Market as well.
     
  15. franky_402

    franky_402 Guest

    there is a group on facebook that offers a free service of making 3D movies once you verify you own the copy its pretty cool. Search Facebook for the group.
     
  16. novox77

    novox77 Leeeroy Jennnkinnns!

    It;s possible to watch 3D movies on the phone (provided that the source movie has a 3D version), but not without needing to do a bit of conversion work beforehand (not that difficult once you have the process down).

    I believe that circumventing the copy protection of DVDs and/or blu-ray is illegal EVEN if you own it. I don't want this thread to debate that issue. For sure, this site doesn't condone the discussion of the cirvumvention of any copy protection. That said, for general conversion of 3D movies/video to the E3D:

    There's a piece of software called Handbrake that is useful for converting videos to play back on the phone. For 3D videos, you need to start with a video source that is 3D (obviously) but also in a side-by-side format (aka SBS). Anaglyph 3D won't work. Well, they will display in anaglyph, which means you'd need the cyan/red glasses, which defeats the purpose of putting it on the E3D, since we want to use the AUTOstereoscopic property of the screen.

    Google "Handbrake Evo 3D" for some detailed steps on how to get the most ideal conversion to the Evo 3D. Most important settings are to get the width to 960px and to constrain the aspect ratio. That will give you the best resolution for the E3D's screen.

    The E3D doesn't detect 3D videos that you make yourself, but when you play the video, there's a setting that allows you to force it to show in 3D. That's what you want to use.
     
  17. BlackDynamite

    BlackDynamite Android Expert

    FYI, it's totally legal to make a copy of your own DVD/Bluray. You are obviously not allowed to share that copy with anyone else, but it's totally legal to make your own copy (which you obviously have to circumvent the copy protection in order to make a copy).
     
  18. Arkansasguy

    Arkansasguy Lurker

    As for me, i always gain 3D videos or movies from Vudu, Sony PlayStation Network and Comcast Xfinity 3D for my newly bought LG 3D Optimus. In addition, sometimes i also turn my DVD movies to 3D movies with a 3D turing program.
     
  19. Olympus01

    Olympus01 Lurker

    i don't get any 3d movie when i search this.
     
  20. Janet55

    Janet55 Newbie

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