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Hands on with the Netflix video download service

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Netflix video download service

Just a few days ago, Netflix announced plans to jump into streaming their library online, so customers do not have to wait for TV shows or movies to arrive in the mail before watching. Brian from Gizmodo posted his first impressions on the service, and he overall seemed impressed.

The new Netflix video download service streamed in near DVD quality over his 6 megabit connection in about 800 wide, by 480 tall. The 1 hour and 40 minute movie that he watched took about 16 minutes to fully download, and started streaming almost immediately.

I won’t spoil any more of it, so if you want to read more about his first look, head over to Gizmodo to read it.

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  1. There are many ways for downloading movies from the internet, but unfortunately not all movies can be downloaded with a simple click, because those files are encrypted and must be used a screencapturing software which records video streaming. I found a better way, Tunebite, it can be use as a screen recorder, as an youtube downloader and of course as an universal converter. It's much efficient having an all-in-one software. It also works with Netflix videos because those are also rtmpe files and it captures streaming video and also converts videos to avi or any other formats automatically. This can work with any other flash video from youtube or any streaming online videos/movies sites.
    Here's a very helpful tutorial about hot to record and capture Netflix movies:
    http://audials.com/en/how_to_record_stream_capture_music_videos_movies_from/netflix.html

    GrandBran