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Anonymous User
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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?

So much for your faith guys as Now Tv IS 1080p!! And it looks amazing too 😊 I can honestly say IMO it's exceeds the quality from Netflix, so yes Now Tv can certainly compete, it has more depth and deeper colours compared to Netflix and even Amazon Prime, so very happy with it!! All we need now is 5.1 surround thrown in, then it's complete 👍

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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?

It's in 1080p as of Now 👍 and it's brilliant quality, Enjoy!!


@Anonymous User wrote:

Hi guys

 

Was wondering when you will start transmitting in HD?  Did ask a few years ago was hoping that by now shows would be available in HD...

 

Thanks in advance

 

Kriss 🙂


It's in 1080p as of Now and it looks brilliant, Enjoy!!

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BUXTONLAD
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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?

How do you know? Is there a setting to activate?

Cheers

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robert1997
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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?

Certainly no different here on entertainment, I don't subscribe to Cinema as it's much too expensive for what's on offer. Netflix still blows it away. More importantly, the sports are still being broadcast at a shockingly poor 25fps.

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gavs82008
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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?

It appears to only be 1080p in the Cinema pass.

Must have been automatic with the price increase, but yes I definitely agree the Entertainment side is still not up to scratch. 

Still an improvement, very slow one though as Now Tv is missing a few other important things to make it a true worthwhile alternative to Sky TV


FYI that I do not work for NOW, I am simply a NOW customer trying to help I am a Community Contributor This means that I know a lot about the service and like you I am still a customer. For any account issues you’ll need to contact staff via customer support.

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Hooba
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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?

Still 720p through AppleTV - that's movies and everything else.

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Anonymous User
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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?


@BUXTONLAD wrote:
How do you know? Is there a setting to activate?

Cheers

First up I know because I can see it's 1080p ha 🤗 Very obvious it is and No need to activate anything, as long as your Now Tv Box is set to 1080p in the settings you're set up, incidently I have watched it through the app on my Tv also and it still appears to be 720 🤔 as there is no settings options on the app as opposed to the stand alone boxes, so it looks like that it may only be 1080p on there own devices for now, picture is fantastic to say the least but......still no 5.1 surround as yet but I am sure that's in the post.

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gavs82008
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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?

This still doesn’t take away the fact I’ve watched films since Friday and it’s throigh my Tv app, even I have noticed that it’s improved and would say it’s 1080p.

I have both Entertainment and Movies pass, have been watching both over the weekend and can safely say the Movies is better picture quality over the Entertainment. That being said it was Predator 2 and Aliens I’ve watched, but far better than it was over a week ago, shame the sound isn’t 5.1 yet.

As I don’t have a Now Tv box or stick in my opinion I think it has to do with the price increase.


FYI that I do not work for NOW, I am simply a NOW customer trying to help I am a Community Contributor This means that I know a lot about the service and like you I am still a customer. For any account issues you’ll need to contact staff via customer support.

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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?


@gavs82008 wrote:

This still doesn’t take away the fact I’ve watched films since Friday and it’s throigh my Tv app, even I have noticed that it’s improved and would say it’s 1080p.

I have both Entertainment and Movies pass, have been watching both over the weekend and can safely say the Movies is better picture quality over the Entertainment. That being said it was Predator 2 and Aliens I’ve watched, but far better than it was over a week ago, shame the sound isn’t 5.1 yet.

As I don’t have a Now Tv box or stick in my opinion I think it has to do with the price increase.


Maybe different TV companies have different time lines on upgrading the Now Tv app?? I don't know for sure , I've always been a believer in having a dedicated box from the provider themselves as opposed to using an app etc also found the PQ and AQ better through dedicated boxes, not sure why this is but just my own personal opinion. I can't comment on the entertainment or sports as I only have Cinema.

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heneganov
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Re: When will you be transmitting in HD?

I am watching Sports now, 3pm on March 10th, using the 4K Now TV box, and it sure looks like an improvement compared to before.

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