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Amazon set out to makes our lives a tiny bit easier when it launched its cloud-based video transcoder back in January, and now, it’s expanding the service to audio as well. In addition to converting media files into mobile-friendly formats, the platform will also allow users to turn their videos …
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Back when we initially reviewed the TiVo Premiere for iPad app, there were locals who complained about not being able to stream material. It seems, though, that TiVo was one step ahead of us: back at CES the business annoyed a transcoder– a tool that would certainly later on be recognized as the Stream. As its name suggests, this little box streams recordings from your TiVo Premiere to as numerous as 4 iOS devices with the help of your local network. You can also use it to move shows for on-the-go viewing. So is it worth the additional $ 129? Let’s learn.
Gallery: TiVo Stream transcoder reviewContinue reading TiVo Stream transcoder assessment: TiVo is bringing streaming to mobile units, beginning with iOSFiled under: Property Amusement, HDTiVo Stream transcoder evaluation: TiVo is delivering streaming to mobile devices, beginning with iOS originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 04 Sep 2012 16:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for usage of feeds. Permalink|| Email this|Opinions
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We haven’t heard a ton about TiVo’s Stream transcoder since it was formally unveiled in May, but today emails went out to champions of a Facebook contest informing them they can pre-order one for $ 129 (plus shipping) and obtain it on September 5th. In case you have actually forgotten just what its capacities are, the notice revealed above from Zatz Not Funny also consists of a summary of its abilities which consist of streaming shows to up to three different mobile devices (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch) in the home at as soon as, streaming a show to your mobile as it’s tape-recorded, or wirelessly moving shows to the gadget to view them on the move, TiVoToGo-style. Those interested will of course need a Premiere series DVR that’s hard-wired to a router, however with that it’s merely a one time fee to quickly cut the tether on TV material. Interestingly, a few TiVo Community posters state being able to preorder from the noted number without being in the contest, so if you’re already meaning to jump merely pick up the phone and give it a shot.
[Thanks, @ BrennokBob, Joe]
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Today TiVo announced its earnings for Q4 2011 and the full year, however the most interesting note was word of a few new boxes on the way. From the sound of things, the company will deliver a four stream transcoder similar to the one we saw demonstrated at CES (pictured above) capable of dishing out video to multiple devices (phones, tablets, etc.) within the home simultaneously. Also on the way is an IP set-top box coming to retail that sounds very much like the TiVo Preview multiroom extender, however it could include access to internet video services as well. As mentioned on Tech of the Hub, CEO Tom Rogers’ statements indicate the transcoder will enable both live streaming and DirecTV Nomad-style “high speed” sideloading of recorded content for offline viewing. More concrete are its positive numbers from the partnership with Virgin Media in the UK, and progress on a plan for Pace to develop TiVo-compatible set-top boxes for cable operators here and abroad. The Comcast partnership is also apparently progressing, with VOD access in beta trials and preparing to launch “soon” in the San Francisco area.
Gallery: TiVo network transcoder hands-on