You can watch your rental on any device that has the Apple TV app and is signed in with your Apple ID. After you download your rental on one device, you can stream the rental on another device simultaneously.
If you can't play your rental, see if the rental is downloaded or streaming on another device. To download your rental on a different device, remove the rental from your device, then download the rental on the device where you want to watch it.
Some Apple TV channels might have limits for how many titles can be downloaded simultaneously and the number of devices you can download content on. If you reach the limit, the Apple TV app alerts you. If you want to download more titles, delete TV episodes or movies that you already downloaded from one of your (or your family's) devices.
You can watch quite a few Netflix movies and shows while on the go, thanks to the platform's offline-viewing feature. If you're paying for one of Netflix's streaming plans (the new Basic with Ads plan excepted), downloading content to watch at another time is a pretty straightforward process that takes all the pain out of worrying about when you'll be able to connect to Wi-Fi again. We're here to show you how to download movies from Netflix.
The following instructions should work for iOS, Android, Amazon Kindle Fire, Fire tablet, Chromebook and Chromebox, and Windows 10 devices and computers. Of note: While Windows PC users can download episodes to watch offline, they must use the Netflix app from the Windows Store to do so.
Just how much storage space a download takes up depends on how long the title is and the resolution quality. To give you a sense of the numbers, we went ahead and downloaded the first episode of Taboo and Ryan Reynolds' Netflix movie The Adam Project in both Standard and High resolutions on an iPhone 13 Pro.
If you haven't heard the recent news regarding the launch of Netflix's new Basic with Ads tier, you can check out our post on how much it and all of the other Netflix plans are (spoiler, it's $7 per month). And while it's now the most affordable Netflix plan you can get, you do have to put up with ads being sprinkled throughout the shows and movies you watch. But most importantly, in the context of this post, the ad-supported tier does not allow for downloading for offline viewing.
While manually selecting titles for download is a great feature unto itself, wouldn't it be awesome if Netflix allowed you to download content automatically Well, you're in luck. Earlier this year, Netflix introduced a new feature for Android users called Downloads For You that uses your Netflix viewing history to curate and download movies and TV shows that are in line with your tastes. It took a while, but the feature is now also available for iOS devices. Here's how to activate it.
Having a library of downloaded movies and shows on your device the next time you find yourself out and about or on the road and without a Wi-Fi connection will make for a much more pleasant and entertaining time-killing situation.
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The exception: Owners of Amazon Fire tablets can download some Prime Video shows and movies for offline viewing. That's a great option if you're about to get on an airplane, or you're headed somewhere that doesn't have Wi-Fi.
As of today, however, owners of other devices can download Prime content as well. That's a pretty big deal, as it could save you some money. Here's how to take advantage of the feature, starting with iOS devices. (It probably goes without saying, but I'll say it just in case: To download Prime video, you must have a subscription to Amazon Prime.)
Step 2: Before you start downloading, you'll want to choose the default video-quality setting. So tap the Settings icon, then Download Quality. My advice: Choose Good or Better. Anything higher is overkill for a small screen, and will simply take longer to download and consume more storage.
Step 3: Search or browse to find a show or movie you want to download (\"Deadwood,\" anyone), taking note that not everything in Amazon's Prime Video library supports the option. If you don't see a download button for a particular video (usually movies), that's why.
Step 4: If it's a movie, just tap the Download button to start. Note the Options button that appears; tap this if you want to pause or cancel the download as it's happening. If it's a TV show, first select the season you want, then tap the Download button next to the episode you want. (The button next to that, Play, is if you want to stream it instead.) You can queue up multiple episodes to download; you don't have to do one at a time.
If you tap the Library icon, it might not be immediately clear which videos you've actually downloaded and which are simply part of your library. And that's a hassle if you're looking to free up space by erasing stuff you've watched. Fortunately, all you have to do is tap Refine, then select On Device. Now you'll see only the local (i.e. downloaded) movies and shows.
Step 1: Install the Amazon Video app, run it, then sign into your Amazon account. However, don't look for it in the Google Play store; the app must be downloaded from Amazon's Appstore. Confused Check out \"How to install Amazon Appstore on your Android device.\"
Step 2: Before you start downloading, you'll want to choose the default video-quality setting. So tap the Menu icon, then Settings, then SD Download Quality. My advice: Choose Good or Better. Anything higher is overkill for a small screen, and will simply take longer to download and consume more storage. You also have the option of selecting Always Ask When Downloading, which is nice if you want different quality for different types of downloads.
Step 3: Search or browse to find a show or movie you want to download (\"Orphan Black,\" anyone), taking note that not everything in Amazon's Prime Video library supports the option. If you don't see a download button for a particular video (usually movies), that's why.
Step 4: If it's a movie, just tap the Download button to start. If it's a TV show, first select the season you want, then tap the Download button next to the episode you want. (The button opposite that, Play, is if you want to stream it instead.) You can queue up multiple episodes to download; you don't have to do one at a time.
Your Amazon Personalize model will be trained on the MovieLens Latest Small dataset that contains 100,000 ratings and 3,600 tag applications applied to 9,000 movies by 600 users. The MovieLens dataset is curated by GroupLens Research.
For this tutorial, you use the MovieLens dataset to create a movie recommendation model. You use the ml-latest-small dataset version that includes 100,836 interactions. First, download the dataset and unzip the contents into a new folder.
Remember, the data you need is user-item-interaction data, which in this case, is userId, movieId, and timestamp. This dataset has an additional column, rating, which can be dropped from the dataset after you have used it to focus on positive interactions.
Since this is an explicit feedback movie rating dataset, it includes movies rated from 1 to 5. For this tutorial, you want to include only moves that were \"liked\" by the users, and simulate a implicit dataset that is similar to data that is gathered by a video-on-demain (VOD) platform. For that, you will next filter out all interactions below 2 out of 5, and create two EVENT_TYPE variables: click and watch. Any movies rated 2 and above are assigned as click, and any movies rated 4 and above are assigned as click and watch.
In this module, you imported and fetched the dataset you use for your movie title recommendation system. Then, you prepared the dataset by splitting the dataset based on movie ratings. Finally, you created the dataset group, schema, and interactions dataset that you use to train your Amazon Personalize model.
Note: If you're an Xfinity customer without an Xfinity TV package, you can still watch select unrestricted free content. Simply download the Xfinity Stream app for mobile devices or Amazon Fire TV, or visit the Xfinity Stream portal and log in with your Xfinity ID and password.
If I don't have Xfinity TV service, can I watch content on the Xfinity Stream app or portalIf you're an Xfinity or Internet Essentials customer without an Xfinity TV package, you can still watch select free content, which may include some broadcast channels, basic digital channels or On Demand content. Simply download the Xfinity Stream app or visit the Xfinity Stream portal and log in with your Xfinity ID and password. Xfinity customers without an Xfinity TV package can also use Xfinity Stream for Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV.
Does live TV streaming with the Xfinity Stream app/Xfinity Stream portal include all channelsWhen connected to your in-home Xfinity network, you can watch all the channels on your lineup (i.e., those included with your Xfinity TV subscription), with the exception of some subscription X1 On Demand channels, Pay Per View or Adult channels. Outside the home, up to 250+ TVE channels and tens of thousands of Xfinity On Demand TV shows and movies from your lineup will be available for live streaming using the Xfinity Stream app for mobile devices, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV or the Xfinity Stream portal.
Will I be able to rent or purchase movies and TV shows through Xfinity StreamYes, you can rent or purchase movies and TV shows through Xfinity Stream on select platforms and watch on any device. Learn more about renting or purchasing. You can also watch any movie or TV show you purchased on your Xfinity TV Box through Xfinity Stream by selecting Saved > Purchases in the navigation bar. 153554b96e