Thanks - he signed up anyway, followed all the instructions to set up the app on his Xbox, did the DNS and every time we load the app it just says “not available in your region”.
have given up!
have given up!
On the Xbox, Netflix ignores DNS settings and uses servers hardcoded into the app. I wonder if Disney+ is going down a similar route and forcing specific DNS servers on Xbox. SmartDNSProxy provides a workaround for forcing DNS requests to their servers but it only works with Linux based routers where you force all the DNS traffic to the SmartDNSProxy servers.I couldn’t get it working on the Xbox either even when it was running just fine on the ATV - same settings/network everything.
There’s a link in this thread somewhere regarding this and the original Star Wars trilogy. Appears to be nothing over 100nits onscreen at any time so it’s kind of a false HDR. It’s on Vincent Teoh channel on You TubeI've taken out a months sub to dns4me and reactivated my Disney+ sub to watch the end of the Mandalorian , it's working fine but I'm watching it now and I can't help thinking it doesn't look 4k to me, watching episode 6 and whilst it's better than it was using getflix it looks HD rather than 4K, anyone else checked recently and happy it's definitely 4k using dns4me?
Yeah aware of that, I was more referring to the resolution really, just didn't strike me as being 4K, looked more HD to meThere’s a link in this thread somewhere regarding this and the original Star Wars trilogy. Appears to be nothing over 100nits onscreen at any time so it’s kind of a false HDR. It’s on Vincent Teoh channel on You Tube
You can enable the developer mode on your Apple TV by connecting it to a Mac through Xcode then you can show the resolution and bitrate overlay on the Video's your watching It will show you If It's playing at 4K.Yeah aware of that, I was more referring to the resolution really, just didn't strike me as being 4K, looked more HD to me
If your able to get to a Wilkinson’s before 31st they selling itune cards with 10% off making it £54 a year £4.50 a monthThe home of Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic. Hit movies, classics, series and Originals all in one place. Start streaming March 24.preview.disneyplus.com
UK release date has been bumped up a week to 24th March.
Think I'll just pay the £60 for the year - works out to be £5 a month then.