I don't have Disney+, but I have Hulu, which is owned by Disney.One problem with disney + and MCU that I havent fixed yet is the credits shrink down to a PIP at the end so it can suggest what to watch next , this means you miss the credit cut scenes ..... anyone know how to stop that from happening ?
I know we're talking about UHD.I was going to use your rude turn of phrase in return when you originally confronted me on this thread, but it seems to have been edited out. Anyway, your comment is patently incorrect.
Remember, we are commenting about UHD content.
Done already, now it's your onus to prove me wrong, which you haven't & can't.
Get the weekend started!
I want to make a joke about ODD devices, but it would make more sense if your Wi-Fi was slower like mine.I have a reasonably busy WiFi network with 20 odd devices currently connected.
Since the OP asked about Mulan (not sure if the Cartoon or the newer one) but both are available on Disney+ in full 4K and here is the bit rates as reported by Apple TV.
I want to make a joke about ODD devices, but it would make more sense if your Wi-Fi was slower like mine.
Thanks for putting your money where your mouth was, factual evidence.
Now could you please tell me where this graphical information is coming from, is that from the ATV or the TV?
I've been fooling around with my LG-CX for over 33 minutes & can't figure out how to get that dialogue.
I spent part of my morning figuring out how to get a Developer's display so I can see the bitrate reported by the device itself.
Roku is out, they patched the previous Easter-Egg where you could throttle the bandwidth or display the speed on-screen.
FireStick has a Developer's Menu & will show the current bitrate right on-screen:
Jack Ryan S01E01, the scene where the boys are playing on the roof, 50 Mbps wired
15 Mbps on Wi-Fi, but I thought that might be from the cache helping out the 2nd time playing the same scene, so I rebooted the FireStick & watched the same scene via Wi-Fi at 50 Mbps.
So then I checked using my previous method of subtraction & came up with only a 2 Mbps difference, starting the speedtest at the same spot of the scene each time. That could just be down to ISP fluctuation, especially on a Friday arvo.
If Wired is a higher priority to the router then my devices will stay wired.
Holy Hell I am hard-headed, wish I had looked up that Developer's screen sooner!