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CinemaNow now available through Windows Media Center

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 23 May 2008 0:53 User comments (6)

CinemaNow now available through Windows Media Center CinemaNow has announced that its extensive library of 3500 feature length films is now available through Windows Media Center meaning you can download and watch the films without a cable TV subscription.
Windows Media Center is all that is necessary for the service to work, and most Windows XP and Vista users have it already installed. The movies are currently available through an "Online Media channel" in Windows Media Center that offers CinemaNow's movie and TV download service.

CinemaNow's library includes 3,500 major Hollywood studio and independent movies, and even some HD-quality movies. There are also over 3,000 TV episodes and over 2,900 music videos available. Now you can use Windows Media Center to easily browse the offering and even watch on your TV using a media hub if you have one.

For more information, make sure to check www.CinemaNow.com.

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6 user comments

123.5.2008 1:39

I just wonder what catches are there with this service as it is associated with Media center ?

223.5.2008 3:59

and the flag issues was just a big mistake right?. maybe the mistake it was it showed you an error message, with cinemanow, the record button will just appear as blurred, i bet you a 100 bucks on it,

Just agreat sales pitch, mr Gates, there's no doubt you'll do anything to compete with itunes right?

323.5.2008 14:51

Originally posted by Gradical:
Just agreat sales pitch, mr Gates, there's no doubt you'll do anything to compete with itunes right?
I know there's alot of hate out there for Microsoft, but Ballmer is the moron in charge, not Gates. Gates bowed out awhile back, and MS is worth off without him at the moment.

423.5.2008 23:14
duckNrun
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Is this free? If not what's the range of prices to watch a streaming or downloaded movie from them?

524.5.2008 3:51

Originally posted by duckNrun:
Is this free?
Quote:
If not what's the range of prices to watch a streaming or downloaded movie from them?quote]quote]




If M$ had it's way, your soul and first born.
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 24 May 2008 @ 3:51

"The flimsier the product,the higher the price"
Ferengi 82nd rule of aqusition


625.5.2008 22:37

I checked in WMP. Now WHY would I wanna pay $3.99 for a one PC only d/l when I can rent the physical disc for $3 and do as I wish with it. What a pantsload! lol!

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