Thursday, March 25, 2010

Netflix via Wii - Coming Soon

Jessie Becker here from Marketing and we’ve got some great news to share. We are in the final phase of getting ready for the launch of streaming to Wii. Today, we shipped out instant streaming discs for the Wii to some of our Netflix members. Their feedback will ensure that we deliver a great experience to everyone when we launch. Instantly watching movies and TV episodes from Netflix via Wii will be available soon at no additional cost – all you need is a Netflix unlimited plan starting at $8.99 a month, a Wii console and a broadband Internet connection. If you have reserved your disc already, you don’t need to do anything - we will send you an email as soon as we ship the disc. If you haven’t, reserve your disc today at www.netflix.com/Wii and stay tuned for a launch announcement!

448 comments:

  1. How about spending a fraction of that development money to restore/maintain/enhance a feature available for all platforms - Netflix Friends?

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  2. How will I know if I was one of the ones getting a Wii disc?

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  3. Awesome! Good job, marketing peeps! :)

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  4. You don't have any "friends" Anonymous..So why bother?

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  5. How about for Linux?
    This is getting ridiculous.
    If not available by the end of April I'll be canceling.

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  6. How do we know if we will be getting a disc? Who is chosen to get a disc and what criteria are you using to determine who will get them?

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  7. Daniel: Did you not see in the original post?

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  8. Just got an e-mail, I will have my Wii disk on Friday!

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  9. since the Wii isn't HD, will the streaming content be HD? 720p or 1080i? Or will content be limited to standard-def?

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  10. Yeah, got my e-mail! I'll get it on Friday, just like Brian.

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  11. I just got my email that I am receiving the Wii disk tomorrow. I already have the PS3 disk and a Roku and they both work great. The PS3 disk actually lets you browse and add new items to your instant queue. The Roku doesn't do this. The HD quality on both is decent -- about the same as a DVD on a progressive scan player.

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  12. Wii doesn't support 1080p or HD...anything streamed from/through the Wii will be standard definition.

    Got my email confirmation - my disc arrives tomorrow! And this JUST on the heels of realizing my Panasonic VIERA television won't support the new Netflix app... this definitely made my day!

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  13. Here's an idea, BRING BACK FRIENDS!

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  14. We stopped listening to you three weeks ago when you made it clear you are phasing out friends.

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  16. Can you people please stop whining about the Friends feature? There is one absolute way you can voice your unhappiness, close your account and move on.

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  17. I got my e-mail! Should be getting it tomorrow!

    Did somebody call the waaambulance? There are still people on here crying about the friends feature!

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  18. So apparently there was some sort of friends feature that got phased out...news to me. Disc comes tomorrow! Movies and Pizza! Woo! :D

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  19. my status still shows "pending"... my guess is that I'm not one of the lucky ones

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  20. No more Joey & Chandler & Ross & Phoebe & Monica & Rachel???

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  21. Luckily, I still have Friends on DVD at home; I'm happy they removed it from the catalog!

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  22. We gotta have LINUX Next! This IS ridiculous, Linux is big and getting bigger. The platform for the video already exists, only the codex is missing, what are the producers waiting for. It's "free" on windows and Mac, so why not Linux.

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  23. Gosh guys, I'm sorry that it offends you that some of us care about the features we pay for. Since this is one of the only ways to contact Netflix, I'm afraid you're going to have to live with it. I hope the astounding pain you obviously experience reading these complaints doesn't give you an aneurysm.

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  24. "There is one absolute way you can voice your unhappiness, close your account and move on."

    Nice false dichotomy, you fucking moron.

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  25. Still no captions.

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  26. Anyway of detecting device such as a Wii and adjust the queue of available movies for said device?

    Use of Ratings settings that I can set so that my children won't be watching Xena the Warrior Princess instead of the Wiggles?

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  27. the reason i got netflix was when i heard i'd be able to watch via my wii....i got an email today saying they shipped my disc..i was psyched....when i went on the site to put things in my que i was very very dissapointed at the second rate selection in all categories...please fix the inequity between the dvds and what is available to watch immediately....

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  28. I also think that the content available for instant viewing is WEAK at best...

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  29. Sacolão do Sesi

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  30. BRING BACK FRIENDS
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  31. Sacolão do Sesi

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  32. How about bringing back the Friends feature? How does that sound?

    And for those of you who never used it and want to attack us because we aren't happy about their decision to phase out friends, why don't you ASHHOLES MIND YOUR BUSINESS!

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  33. Jesse, any chance you can go talk to Todd over in Product Management? Adding new features is cool, but Todd's all about taking stuff away. It makes Marketing's job that much tougher.

    The decision to remove the 'friends' feature makes no sense. Please reconsider.

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  34. God bless you. Now when are we getting Netflix instant streaming on the iPhone?

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  35. Woot! Got an email today! Will try it out first thing tomorrow when the disc arrives!

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  36. SWEET!!! Got an email today saying that my disk has been shipped out! :D Can't wait to try it out tomorrow! :D

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  37. got a confirmation as well. guessing that everyone that asked for it will get it.

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  38. We are psyched at our house for the Wii disc to come tomorrow! I just checked my email and saw the notice. This will rock! As for not being able to connect your Wii to an HD device... sounds like a different problem to me. I have an old Sony WEGA and this will suit me just fine!!

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  39. Good for you Netflix. Have you fired Todd yet? How about giving us back the friends features?

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  40. NETFLIX should allow the shipping of multi-discs to be shipped all at once, it's a waste of time to be waiting for a disc at a time. Trust me on this, your customers would appreciate this.

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  41. Will the Wii viewer have the same quality/tearing Silverlight issues that plague the Windows viewer?

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  42. for all you people complaining about linux it's not netflix's fault totally. netflix uses silverlight for its streaming backbone, there are a ton of reasons and lots of techinical reasons for them to do it. Linux has limited support for silverlight, but do a search for silverlight and linux will give you a good starting point. Also if you can run firefox you should be able to get the silverlight extensions to work. Once again do a search. It depends on your linux version though. The friends thing to me was eh at best, can see why they got rid of it, and with all the privacy issues and such it was getting to be worry some. Until they can do it with privacy controls etc the feature should be taken down. Back to topic though, this is great wish I was one who got a disk oh well.

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  43. How (Waaah!) about spending a fraction of that development money to restore/maintain/(Waaah)enhance a feature available for all platforms - Netflix Friends? WAAAAAAH! Go away crybabbies and stop spamming the review boards.

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  44. "And for those of you who never used it and want to attack us because we aren't happy about their decision to phase out friends, why don't you ASHHOLES MIND YOUR BUSINESS!". We pay for the service and use it just as you do, thus, "IT IS OUR BUSINESS" as well.

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  45. It would have been nice if they'd mentioned the Wii disc ANYWHERE on the main Netflix site! How am I supposed to know to type in netflix.com/wii to request a disc? Netflix has a significant customer relations problem. You simply fail to communicate with a customer other than in the predefined cattlechutes you create. How about announcements on the main site somewhere, anywhere?? I mean, you took all my friends! That, along with 3 bad BluRay discs out of the last 5 is making me ask myself what I'm paying for.

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  46. Got my disc! Clean interface, works great, and a bit more convenient than plugging the laptop into the TV and into the speakers. Also nice to have a remote in hand rather than have to reach for the laptop. (On the down side other hand, no possibility of Wii Fit Free Run with movies running, so the laptop method may still get used.)

    Yes, one can add new items to the instant queue, or just watch them without adding them.

    My quick suggestions:
    1. Have a way to type in a title rather than browsing. A nice popup keyboard like in the Opera app would do the job.
    2. Have finer-grained categories (e.g., romantic comedy, not just comedy).
    3. Allow sorting by rating (unless it's already doing that--but it didn't look that way to me) within a category.

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  47. I received my disc today and I really like the interface. Nice and clean. My Wii runs on wifi and I was a little worried about that but it works great! Even better than my 360 that has the Ethernet cable connected.

    The improvements Alexander mentioned would be great, but I do also like it the way it is. Thanks Netflix for porting over to the Wii!

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  48. These whiners need to stop crying about the friends feature and go get some girlfriends!

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  49. HA HA HA! Got my disc today, can browse my que, and browse all available movies/shows right on tv. Thanks Netflix!

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  50. Anonymous re: "Netflix didn't call and tell me about the disc"

    Nobody got the call, I happenned upon the disc request page when looking for ways to watch instantly on my tv. Not to mention, it has been on ABC/CBS/NBC and written about since August of last year. Quit complaining, and request a disc. I'm going to watch some movies on my TV.

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  51. I got mine. The streaming is fast, but on my 58" plasma I have 6 horizontal lines that cross the whole screen, they progressively get wider (top very thin, bottom about an inch).

    Is this a known problem?

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  52. Guy that could be a problem with your connections. I just had a small issue when I switched tv's with my wii and I didn't make sure everything was connected securely. I'd try putting in a game and seeing if the lines are still there.

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  53. I'm not sure where to report this, but this seems to be about the only place I can actually post a message. The instant streaming copy of Highland Season 5, episode 17 only has the first half of the episode. When I try to report the problem via Netflix help system, it doesn't recognize that I've watched the episode, hence I can't report it as being a problem. Very frustrating.

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  54. CLOSED CAPTIONS PLEASE
    CLOSED CAPTIONS PLEASE

    I have notification that I'm getting a disc today, yay! I can't wait to try it out.

    But.. I would really, really like it if Netflix worked on getting us subtitles/closed captions!

    Thanks!

    CLOSED CAPTIONS PLEASE
    CLOSED CAPTIONS PLEASE

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  55. lole @RobbAce ...linux seriously....maybe you should get an OS that more things are supported on

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  56. Just got my disc today and it works very well. It is easier to navigate and use. The quality of the picture was very good as well.
    My only quibble is the sound was low. I had to turn my volume up a bit to hear it compared to where I normally set my volume on the Wii.

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  57. Wii would like our friends back

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  58. stop whining about the whiners you fucking whiners. -a whiner

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  59. Got my disc today, watching it as I type...So far so good.

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  60. Received Netflix wii disc..streaming did pretty good job.Very easy to access instant queue..picture quality is almost DVD quality.I love it.

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  61. I'm having a problem viewing my instant queue from the wii. When the queue begins to load, the WII console stalls terribly to the point that pressing the Home button does nothing. Forcing me to restart the system. Is anyone else having the same trouble?

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  62. Dear Netflix,

    Please list running time in the Instant and regular Queue tables. You could make this optional.

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  63. hopefully it looks better then the ps3 version nothing comes close to netflix on the xbox360 should be receiving mine on tomorrow

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  64. I received my wii disc today. I installed it but the wii remote is acting strange and i cannot click on a movie to get it started.
    My roku box is still working fine.

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  65. It's Friday the 26th, late afternoon, and I have just tested the Wii disk. I am delighted! The interface is intuitive and the picture (on my 32" screen, anyway) is good -- much better than I'd expected with the Wii. With just a little experimenting I found that you can exit your queue to browse through the categories that normally appear on the home page. It is scary that there are so many reasons to stay home now!

    One small stumbling block to note: when I first put in the disk, the menu item for it read "Wii system update." Because the icon was moving, I left it alone for quite a few minutes. Finally I clicked on it and found that clicking was NEEDED to initiate the update. So, click away, Netflixers!

    A big thank-you to Netflix for this phenomenal experience! Before today, I've viewed a few movies through my Macbook/TV connection, but had no remote control. Now the Wii-mote adds it, and the whole selection process is infinitely better.

    Think I'll make a personal rule to work out on Wii Fit one hour for every hour spent on Wii/Netflix. Otherwise, this may be too much of a good thing.

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  66. Am back to add to my comment a few minutes ago. The postal service wants to cut back delivery to 5 days. Yesterday I was against that move. Now, because of Netflix via Wii, I don't care. This thing looks crazy good.

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  67. Good job!
    I couldn't find a place to send Netflix POSITIVE feedback, so I guess I'll do that here:
    I just wanted to say that I received my Wii disk when Netflix told me I would and that it worked as advertised. The Wii hardware isn't what other devices are and I only have an 802.11g wireless router, but the video looks GREAT and my wife and I love it and can now enjoy our favorite movies and TV shows from our living room. THANK YOU NETFLIX!

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  68. this is bs i singed up for the disc on day one and no email

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  69. Just got our lnstant streaming disk for the wii in the mail, its amazingly easy to use and set up, and the video quality is very clean and clear, thumbs up

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  70. There seem to be others having the same trouble as I posted earlier. Is this a known problem with the software or my console?

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  71. Just got my disk today, activated it and all - watching Seven Pounds as I type thru this streaming technology . . . And, I gotta say - this is very cool. I was expecting problems, was expecting I would have to buy some special cord to connect the comp to the Wii, but no, I didn’t need a cord. Setup was sooo easy - the only thing that may hang some people up is the product key they'll have to enter for their modem (which, FYI, just may be the number on the modem between the 2 barcodes, depending on your carrier & modem). I gotta give it to Netflix, to allow us users to register for a disk for free - that's awesome. I’ve been impressed before with Netflix in regards to customer service / customer appreciation. For instance, price adjustment, within the month, for changing the amount of movies on your plan. That’s RARE, especially within a MONTH. Got an extra movie one day – was, like, ah Netflix screwed up - no, they meant to send me the extra movie – saw a tab that said ‘why did I get an extra movie’ the next time I logged in. This is just another example to add to the mix. I wouldn’t be writing this if I hadn’t noticed these little touches and extras – and, well, the Wii disk, just what can I say about that? Except thanks. So, thanks!

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  72. There is a required system update on the disc. I do not know which update gets installed, so I'll have to do some investigating...but BE WARNED: One of Nintendo's latest updates (4.2+) will try to over-write a dangerous part Of memory (boot2), which is known to permanently brick Wii systems.

    Nintendo did this to replace unauthorized software that could be installed on boot2, but didn't even take the same precautions as the hackers. This even puts un-modified Wii's at risk. Nintendo incorrectly blamed this on hackers and unauthorized modifications, but even virgin Wii systems are being killed by Nintendo's latest update.

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  73. Got the disk today. All I had to do was enter the 6-digit code. 30 seconds later, my instant queue popped up.

    Wii is only 480p, but the quality seems OK. Better than I expected. I'm watching Signs, and the dark scenes are very dark, but the daylight scenes are normal. There is just a little "ghosting".

    Haven't seen any lag.

    Thanks, Netflix!

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  74. Oh, I do also agree with a poster above - I would love closed captioning on streaming video - but still, very happy with what I have as it is. Closed captioning would be a nice plus, though. But I don't wanna be greedy!

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  75. Just got my disk. Got to say not having widescreen option is a bummer. Is that a limitation of Netflix or the Wii?

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  76. Got our Wii disc today - a little disappointed with the selection, but still a neat new feature. The selection will continue to grow, right?

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  77. Got my disc today, tried it and I love it. The quality was better than I expected. It is a whole lot better than watching it on the computer, because I can move about the house and still see and hear what I am watching....

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  78. I love the features of the Wii viewing that are not on the Roku.

    My only complaint is that everything seems dark in comparison to regular tv viewing or streaming via my Roku. Is this something that can be adjusted? Is anyone else having this problem as well?

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  79. We just got our disc today, and it seems to work just fine. I too am a little disappointed with the selection, but am hoping it will grow. We don't subscribe to cable, so it's nice to have the ability to watch the instant view on the TV rather than just the computer. The only issues that I've had is the movie stalling and then forwarding to the end... it did that on two seperate occassions..

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  80. I got a CONNECTION ERROR the first time I tried to play a movie. My Wii connects wireless through a G connection.

    Solution:
    1 - Go into the router settings and bump the channel up from 4 to 10
    2 - Bump Transmit Rate to 54 Mbps
    3 - Do the same with the Transmit Power ( mine is at 42 mW )

    The last 2 steps probably weren't needed, but hey, why not? I had been having connection issues with my other devices anyways, so this solved those issues as well.

    So then the Wii connects to Netflix and downloads the movie well within 10 seconds.

    Problems:

    1- the video does seam a little bit dark.. (odds are that is a Wii issue, but i don't think there are video settings to adjust within the wii settings. heck, it could be my TV too.) but its not really that bad.

    2- widescreen 16:9 I've only watched a few minutes of 2-3 movies, and they are in 4:3

    WISH LIST:

    1- search function

    2- ability to change the order of my queue ( as in move #37 to #2 )

    3- Multiple accounts? I don't see that option anywhere.

    4- More theme/layouts. Like a movie wall, rather than just srolling laft-right. I have over 100 movies in the queue and its a bit of a pain to have to scroll way over to #77 or whatever.



    Overall
    I am very very happy. Pulling out the computer and hooking it up in the living room was getting a bit old.

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  81. What perfect timing! My son was home sick from school today and our Wii disc came this morning. He watched Kipper and Mythbusters and Man Vs. Food and had no problem at all using the interface. Then my husband came home and he watched his favorite old show, "All Creatures Great and Small."

    From what I can tell, the interface is intuitive, very easy to use, adding movies to our queue is a breeze...of course, I haven't actually had a chance to WATCH anything since I can't get those two away from the television. We are thrilled.

    We have three computers, two iPod Touches and our Wii on our wireless router and we were able to stream a movie with no interruptions while two of the computers were in use.

    For those of you complaining about the selection, the choice of movies on IW is up to the studios, not up to Netflix; some studios want to keep their most popular films on physical media. I think considering that, the selection is decent.

    Closed captioning would be great. Otherwise, we love it!

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  82. I am VERY DISAPPOINTED! I am deaf and I regularly get Netflix and I was super excited to hear that they will start streaming movies to my Wii console.... Then my excitment was shot down because not ONE single movie is captioned. What's the point of this?!?
    And I tried to find customer support email but they only have a phone number I need to call.... That'll take FOREVER with using the relay service. forgetaboutit. I hope they can find a way.

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  83. Frustrated that I have to wait to try this out. Happy that it'll be soon.

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  84. got my disc today, put it in the wii and it was so simple. Of course, we already had our wii hooke up to the internet, so that probably made it 1000 times simpler, but I'm super pleased so far. It was easier to hook up to netflix then our blu-ray player was. now we have netflix streaming on both our TV's. Thanks much!

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  85. Got my disc, went to netflix.com/Wii but there's no option to type in the code ???? It just goes to the register for a wii disc page

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  86. how do you activate it? i went to netflix.com/wii but it still says its coming soon?

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  87. I get an error that my Wii can't read the disc, though all game discs are being read fine.

    I've updated to the latest firmware to no avail. Is there anything I can do other than ask for a new disc?

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  88. Nevermind...looks like you need to be logged into account first. Works now!

    Sweet - this is cool :-)

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  89. Is there somewhere where we can leave feedback about how well our wii streaming is working? The only problem ive had so far was when watching "An American Tail" The picture didnt fill the whole 16:9 area (there were black bars on the side and the picture was squashed). Changing the wii's widescreen settings and my TVs settings could not achieve the correct screen dimensions.

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  90. just got my disk. Waiting for activation. I am so STOKED. I hope its better than mediamall's playon. Still have to keep it for hulu and local media. But we do ALOT of Netflix so this is AWESOME.

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  91. I wish Netflixs would let us watch new releases through Wii. Of course would be a price...but would be willing to pay it!

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  92. we got our netflix wii disc....barely works...actually we get a title screen and super slow response...can't even watch a movie...very disappointing. hope this is rectified, I'm sure we won't be the only ones reporting poor performance issues with netflix on the wii

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  93. Received my WII CD ran it got it goin in less than 3 minutes. And man its a nice picture , no slow downs, no jitters all the problems I was having with my older computer is gone when viewing Netflix on my Wii. Really cool, great job Netflix and thanks for not charging me anything for the Software , CD or shipping.

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  94. Got my disk. Works fine, just like on my PS3.

    Curious. I've got an old PS2 laying around that I don't use. I've got the network adapter too. Any possibility of a PS2 disk coming out? My PS2 still works fine so it'd be nice to actually re-purpose it, maybe for a kids room on an older TV. I'm not one for tossing the old electronics, and if I can more use out of it, I think it'd be great.

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  95. @sixstringmaniac

    The same thing is happening to me also.

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  96. So far the Wii is performing great under the load of Netflix.

    Quality of picture is not discernible from what one might expect from DVD, I even have a 1080p LCD and it looks good on it. Definately noticed some ghosting as noted above... everyone looks like little ninja gaidens. I suspect they lowered frame rate to improve image quality. Might be because of using the built in wifi, or hardware restrictions on the Wii. Watched some of 30 Rock, and no quality issues (or negligible ones if any) and am going to watch a full movie to test its longevity.

    Interface... Very well done, like the 360 you can browse categories, and even search similar DVDs to those in your instant queue. (this is something missing from Roku, and extremely useful) The controls are nice, intuitive, but underdocumented... there should be a help screen to clue you in on some of the useful controls. (hold A and drag while viewing titles... yeah, it is amazing, but not the standard pinch combo common to the Wii)

    Overall it is a great experience, of course you need the disk to use it and some interface improvements for those coming from other interfaces might be nice (Add up button back for us Roku users) but a great experience so far, gonna give it the rigors of a full day 30 Rock marathon. Even the Roku XR has crumbled under such load partway through.

    The ability to have multiple accounts is possibly available through more disks ( just what you wanted huh )

    If you go back to the www.netflix.com/wii address it will allow you to request another disk. They might be individually serialized, so you can tie each disk to an account.

    Looking forward to future updates, and can't wait for the future of Wii as a Media device instead of just a Gaming Console... Thank you Nintendo for finally succumbing to the market.

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  97. Will adding memory to the Wii help with the streaming buffer, or is that just a function of internet connection speed?

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  98. You cannot add memory to the Wii. The storage disks you can add don't improve anything with WiFi.

    I am experiencing exceptional video quality simply connecting through the built in WiFi. You will want to be sure that you are using a broadband connection, have a WiFi router capable of Wireless G, and also do not have any devices connected to the WiFi network which might lower the data transfer rate, such as older Wireless A or B devices.

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  99. It works wonderfully, and is in great quality. Good work, Netflix and Nintendo!

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  100. Just got it in the mail yesterday. Watched "Super Size Me" last night. WOW Nice Job Netflix and Nintendo! No, it's not HD. But it's way better than VHS. And the convenience of just poping in a disk and starting a movie from your queu list is great! My wife and I have been patiently waiting for this and we're both very happy with the results!

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  101. Colchões, casca.

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  102. Received mine in the mail yesterday. Works great. Nice interface, you can even rate on the fly! My one suggestion would be to allow previews, or have a preview channel.

    Otherwise, nice work! Thanks Netflix!!

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  103. Works great! Easy to setup, good interface, overall pleased. Don't have a hi-def TV, so can't comment on that, but it streams well and looks good to me!

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  104. Received my disc in the mail yesterday, watched a movie last night, and yes - I will be talking about it on my podcast this week. The interface is very clean, but contains all of the critical info. Simple to navigate, like most Wii content. And the fact that I can stream something good at a moment's notice, or while waiting for my latest DVD - nice job, Netflix. Thanks for the cookie !!!

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  105. Got my Wii disc - hooked it up - and watched my first Instant Movie on my TV! - Love it! Little weird using the Wii remote, but I got the hang of it and its control.
    Quality is execellent! You couldnt tell that is was not a DVD disc!
    Now I can sit in my comfortable chair and watch movies!

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  106. I see that some people are having problems with widescreen movies showing up in 4:3. I haven't seen it. Both movies that I have watched have been full 16:9 with no character distortion.

    Then, when I played SpongeBob for the boy, it was displayed 4:3, but pillarboxed the way it should be.

    I don't know what to say except you should check the basics...Make sure your TV is set to FULL or WIDE and the Wii is set to 16:9.

    Great job, Netflix

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  107. By adding memory, I meant adding an SD card, would this allow a bigger buffer?

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  108. Received our WII disc. The boys and I had it running in about 30 seconds. We pulled up an episode of Cosmos. Quality seems fine. Darks are a bit pixellated, as I would expect on an HD screen. The issue is the throughput. About every three minutes we get a buffering message. I know that is related to my wireless network. An FAQ regarding setup options and tweaks would be useful.
    Cheers.

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  109. Just got my disc yesterday. It works so much better on the Wii than on my laptop. Video quality is very good. I will definitely use the streaming service a lot more now than before. Thanks Netflix.

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  110. @ labchimp

    I'm having the exact same problem. If I can get to a movie then it streams/plays fine but the menu bogs the system down to a point where it is almost unusable. Is this a problem with some of the discs or is there a fix?

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  111. Have a disk, used it last night. On the line to watch my queue, cannot select left to jump to the end of the list like I can on the other lines. That's a bummer with a long instant queue.

    Cannot search, a much needed feature even if I have to use an onscreen keyboard and the remote to accomplish search.

    Image quality is good (480p), no complaints. Stream speed was good. Wish there was an indication of the quality being used like I get on the PC so I'd know if I was being downgraded for a connection issue.

    Like the browse selection by type, any way to block certain categories or movie ratings? E.g. No Horror films, or no R rated films without a parental code? Not an issue now, my son is 2, but just thinking ahead.

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  112. P.S. Oh yeah, subtitles please!!!!!

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  113. Nice!!!! One more device to watch movies on! I already have Netflix on Xbox 360 and a PS3. Set up was EASY. I have my Wii connected to a 40"1080p Sony useing a linksys wireless n router. Set up was EASY. Stream looks better than DVD. The add to instant queue nice. A direct search by name would be helpful. Over all I am pleased. This is a GOOD thing for Netflix. Hopefully next is Netflix on my itouch. Movies on the go!! Keep up the good work.

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  114. Got my Disk on Friday and set it up this morning - works slick!

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  115. Such potential, if you like old crappy movies this is great. But all the good TV shows and new movies are not available online. Booooooooo!!!

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  116. Got my disc and was setup in a couple of minutes, runs fantastic!

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  117. Got my WII disk this morning.
    Setup was very easy. (put disk into WII, entered displayed code on netflix.com).
    Movie quality better than I expected. Might be due to the fact that my WII uses the component video cable.
    Movie played with no jitters or freezes.
    Video quality was on par with SD iTunes downloads.

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  118. I have tried to use the disc last night, as well as today, to no avail. Once it starts loading up the menu, it lags extremely badly. It never fully loads and I can not select anything to even try to watch. My Wii is updated to the most recent firmware and my router is a fast gaming router that I use with my laptop and other devices with no problem (I am not using those devices while trying Wii Netflix). I see some others have similar problems. What can be done to fix this dilemma? I would love to stream Netflix to my Nintendo.

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  119. I have tried to use the disc last night, as well as today, to no avail. Once it starts loading up the menu, it lags extremely badly. It never fully loads and I can not select anything to even try to watch. My Wii is updated to the most recent firmware and my router is a fast gaming router that I use with my laptop and other devices with no problem (I am not using those devices while trying Wii Netflix). I see some others have similar problems. What can be done to fix this dilemma? I would love to stream Netflix to my Nintendo.

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  120. Received the disc yesterday and installed in Wii with no problem whatsoever. Thanks Netflix, it's great.

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  121. There is only one problem with this. My brother already has his disc, and left a message on my phone saying how wonderful it is etc. My wife and I got all excited that maybe we might get ours too in the next day or so. No luck. Even though we were VERY early to sign up for the disc, it looks like we have to sit on our hands and listen to my brother gloat about it. Called Netflix customer service and all we received was a very pleasant reminder that it's coming this spring and that we'll get an email when it's ready...ugh.

    I feel like a little kid- but I WANT IT NOW!!! Any chance we can be on the next wave? PLEASE! Have fun all the lucky "beta testers" out there...boo hoo for the rest of us.

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  122. lole @RobbAce ...linux seriously....maybe you should get an OS that more things are supported on

    The Roku device Netflix sells to stream watch now to your TV runs on Linux.

    Figure that one out.

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  123. I just received the Wii disk & set up Netflix on my Wii for streaming. The set up went smoothly, however I'm disappointed that the streaming won't provide me with the captions that I need due to my severe hearing impairment. I assumed that my TV (set up for captions) would automatically detect, but it did not work. I called Netflix and unfortunately they said that caption service is not available on the 'streaming' devices. I hope that Netflix will look into this situation and maybe, one day, be able to provide captions or subtitle options on the streaming mode. Thanks for the opportunity to comment. P.

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  124. Just got my Netflix Wii disc and the set up was easy and the quality of the picture on my TV is great. Thanks for adding this service on Netflix!

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  125. Beautiful! At first I was upset that I could not do widescreen, but I went into my wii's settings and checked the "widescreen" option. It was set to widescreen (16:9) (and I do not own a wide screen tv). I switched it to "Standard (4:3)". Now my widescreen movies work great! Quality seems a bit lower than my roku, but this will work great for a second way to stream netflix!

    Thanks netflix!

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  126. Waiting with baited breath!! Why OH Why can I never be one of the lucky ones? Lotto tickets, traffic lights and now this.

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  127. I received my disk yesterday and have now spent the last 1.5 hours trying to watch one 45 minute episode of Sanctuary. It has hung up about 20 times "Retrieving..." this is just to annoying for words!

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  128. Got my Wii disk and it told me to log in to netflix.com/wii

    When I did that, all it says is to enter my email address. I had to log in to my account, then manually change the URL in the address bar to get it working.

    Plus, all attempts to report this problem gave me the run around and telling me about services on the PS3. Very disappointed in customer service.

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  129. I have an old non-widescreen TV, and at first was upset because rather than having the black bars on top and bottom like widescreen shows usually would, it filled the whole screen, and everything was smushed from the sides. Like Brian suggested, I went in and checked my Wii settings and it was set to 16:9 (weird, since it is a 4:3 TV and all Wii games displayed normally). But, I changed it to 4:3 and it solved the Netflix problem! Working great now.

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  130. I got mine yesterday and it has been running non-stop. I may never ever use my Wii for video games again... This is really great.

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  131. Got mine yesterday. Everything seemed to work fine until you went to the third page of the movie categories list. It then slows down to almost a complete halt and I have to turn off and on my wii to get back to the wii menu. Requested a new disc and I hope it is free of any problems this time ^_^

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  132. It works great, but I'd like the title selection to be better sorted: Sub-categories like on the site, titles in alphabetical order, more than just 100 titles per category (Am I being shown recommended titles based on what I've rated?)...essentially I want to be able to browse everything from the Wii and not have to go to my PC and add stuff to me queue. I want to be able to browse all titles from the Wii interface. Otherwise, no complaints, but limited browsing is annoying.

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  133. Works great! I like that I can browse titles without the extra step of having to browse and add on the pc. Small step, but nice to not have to get up from the couch. I leave the disc in the Wii and keep the Wii remote with my tv remote. Controls all worked satisfactory as well. THANKS :) I'm with another comment, though....would REALLY like to see streaming available on Linux.

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  134. please help,just got my wii cd and put it in picture and sound is great ,,but it always up loading through the movie...whats up with that...please help

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  135. dont you people read??...you will get an email when the disc ships..and if you have not reserved one, you can do that on your acct/help page....really??, clueless, just clueless...

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  136. To all the people who didn't get a disk yet: When they shipped out the first batch of PS3 disks I didn't get one. They shipped them to everyone else less than a week later so you shouldn't be waiting too long!

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  137. This idea is the greatest idea since sliced bread!!! awesome netflix! I give kudos to the one who thought this idea up and suggest you give him a raise!!! very innovative.

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  138. Love the Wii disk. It's fantastic. Great job! Now my 360 and Wii are filled with netflix goodness.

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  139. We love our disk the quality is great

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  140. Received my Wii disk and it's great. Have watched several movies through my Wii and the quality of the streaming is wonderful. It's a lot easier than trying to download from my PC. Good going Netflix!

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  141. Received my Wii disk and it's great. Have watched several movies through my Wii and the quality of the streaming is wonderful. It's a lot easier than trying to download from my PC. Good going Netflix!

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  142. For all of you Wii disc waiters, you will be notified by email that your disc is on it's way. It will come in an envelope that looks just like what you get when you receive a movie from Netflix. It works great and I'm sure you will all like it. Very simple to do. Just plug in the verification number in your Netflix account online that will pop up when you insert the disc in your Wii. A few minutes later, you're ready to go on your Wii. Movie titles will appear and then just pick what you want with your Wii controller. The download time is much faster than with your PC, if you were using one.

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  143. Former Netflix FanMarch 28, 2010 at 6:57 AM

    Hmm, Friends movie recommendations could increase the subscription level and loyalty of Wii-Netflix users.

    This does not have to be either/or. This can be a win/win situation. Re-think the allocation of your resources for Friends feature and Wii!!!

    Surely, it can't be that expensive to maintain all of the Friends features. At the very least keep the easy-to-maintain Friends features. Then re-consider the resource-intensive features and check with members to see why they use that feature, how often do they use it, does this affect their membership level, etc.

    Friends feature can help Wii-Netflix membership. Make this a win/win situation and re-consider your decision on the Friends feature.

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  144. Hi I received my disc yesterday and can not get connected. I followed the steps for a wireless connection and keep getting the error code 51331. Any suggestions for getting connected will be appreciated!

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  145. Got my Wii disc yesterday, popped it in, and thought it really worked very well. Looks great on my Samsung TV, even scaled up to fit. Looks much better than hooking my laptop up to the TV.

    I just wish I could search titles- am I missing something? Or is that feature missing? Otherwise, I think this is awesome!
    JC

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  146. The big 'awaited' disk arrived for our Wii. Just installed it. A real waste of time....

    All the 'new' people get the 'new' titles and those of us who have been around a long time, get the leftovers. And nothing's changed with the 'instant stream'. It's an instant connection to the 'who cares about watching this movie' right at your fingertips. There is no connection to my queue and no movies whatsoever that are currently in my queue to see instantly or are truly 'new releases'. They're all just 'new arrivals'... which are boring, old movies like "The Bodyguard."

    Would someone PLEASE give this company some competition?

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  147. My dad received a disc for his Wii but I didn't even know about this service until he received his disc. I cannot wait until this releases for all members! Until now I had to stream netflix on my laptop and my wife and kids would not join me on the small screen. Soon we will be able to stream onto the large screen TV in the living room! I can't wait! Wii and Netflix unite!!!!

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  148. Anonymous 8:09:

    The content providers limit what Netflix can get from them. A lot of them aren't fans of the all you can eat streaming model, especially now that it's so easy to get to on TVs, so anyone who started a direct competitor to Watch Instantly would have the same content issues as Netflix. This is why Netflix made the Starz deal, to get newer movies in a more reasonable window.

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  149. friends

    Friends

    FRIENDS

    FRIENDS!!!!!

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  150. I watched a few selections via this service last night, and the quality was exceptional. I could tell no difference between watching the streaming video and watching a dvd.

    Thanks for this service!

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  151. Got my Wii disk yesterday. Works perfectly with 36" Sony WEGA Tube TV.
    1. Excellent picture and sound quality (Std Def.)
    2. Intuitive interface
    3. Thanks for keeping it simple.
    4. My first movie streamed perfectly start to finish
    5. Disk does not spin all the time - quiet! - Yay!
    6. No glitches of any kind

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  152. I got my disc and love it. Only one problem...It's always "retrieving" during the movie. A minute here or there, which gets annoying. I never have that problem on my laptop so I didn't think it was the internet speed. Both are connected through wifi. What else could it be?

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  153. I just got the Netflix Wii CD and I gotta say it works great. The streaming is much better than what I was getting using PlayOn software to stream Netflix from my computer.

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  154. I'm very disappointed that I haven't received a disk, but am completely stoked to try out this new platform!

    Anyone know the official "go live" date or when the rest of us will get our disks?

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  155. I cannot even begin to explain how much I like this!! I had been considering a wii for a while, and went for it when I saw the announcement stating that it would soon get Netflix support. I requested the disc before I even owned the wii-haha! I did purchase the wii a few days later. I received my disc yesterday, and it is awesome! The interface is easy to use, and the quality is great! I have over 80 random items in my instant queue, and I'm watching one as I type! I'm viewing them on a 32" flat screen in the hotel. I'm anxious to see how it looks on my 50" at home. I was upset that my 5 month old Panasonic wasn't getting Netflix support, but I'm over that now :)

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  156. awesome job netflix/wii...wouldnt change ut one thing the ability to search...thanks, Nick

    Huntsville Alabama

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  157. This has nothing to do with the Wii... which is awesome but we have XBOX and use netflix everyday... we have a 2 year old son and he loves the disney pixar movies.... the 3 we play over and over are The Ant Bully, Wall-E and Bolt.... which is brings be to my problem... we wish that you could update your instant movies for children.. its just much easier watching them on the laptop or tv instantantly... so Finding Nemo and Bug's Life etc. Would be awesome instant movies... thanks for whoever reads this!! We appreciate your services and have been a vacation LIFESAVOR when it come to nap and bed time. Thanks again. Chelsea

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  158. I posted a comment a few days ago when I received the Disc that I loved it and I can still say I love it, not one single error, not one single frame dropout,everything is fantastic.

    Some people keep sayin they wish they could search, im glad the interface is as easy as going to Netflix website on your PC/Netbook?Laptop search all you want with your mouse and keyboard add to instant play que and turn on your wii there ya go... easy... Id hate to search with the WiiMote..

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  160. ****************
    WII SYSTEM SLOWDOWN FIX
    ****************
    I have solved the problem causing my Wii system to slowdown when loading the Netflix disk queue.

    If you experience Wii system slowdowns while loading the queue, download ALL of the free channels available from Wii shop.

    It's probably just one specific channel that's required. But since I downloaded them all at the same time, I can't tell which fixed it.

    I suspect the interface shares some code with one of the channels, which is why it runs so slowly when the channel isn't installed.

    *****************
    *****************

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  161. I got my disc... got my "activation code" but cannot click the button "activate"?

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  162. The image quality is really poor, as bad as a VHS tape, Am I missing something? Any setting I could check to improve the image quality for pictures streamed via Wii? Thanks in advance

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  163. Rodrigo-

    Netflix lowers the bitrate (amount of data transferred each second) and resolution (number of pixels used to form the image) if you have a slower connection.

    How do the download speeds seem when using the Internet Channel web browser and downloading games from Wii Shop Channel?

    When a Netflix video is playing, what number shows up in the top-left corner if you hold down the "2" button for a few seconds. The number on the left is the bitrate in megabits per second and I *think* the parenthetical number on the right is the maximum possible bitrate (1.8 Mbps I think).

    To see about improving the quality, use Google to troubleshoot slow Wii WiFi speeds.

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  164. I got my DVD on Friday. Everything worked to perfection. Since I don't have a big TV, the image quality was not an issue for me. My kids really liked watching movies using their Wii.

    I'd like to suggest one improvement though. Since Wii can be operated by kids, I'd like to see Netflix provide some parental controls on what my kids can or cannot see. The only control I had was the Wii's parental control for accessing the Wi-Fi network (which my 8-yr old easily memorized and started watching movies on his own while we were sleeping).

    I'd like to see two modes. The first mode is the kids mode restricted mode. Here, the movie categories they can see are limited. There is a different instant queue for this mode (into which we as parents could add based upon what we think is appropriate). The second mode has no restrictions i.e. as it is today but it would require a password to enter this mode. Again, the instant queue is different for this mode.

    It would make the netflix streaming service even more better if these features were to be added. Thanks.

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  165. Worked great, kids love it. Agree with poster above that having a limited search mode for kids would be helpful, but really so happy to have Netflix on my tv I can't complain.

    Put the disc in, worked. No fuss.

    Thank you.

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  166. It worked great! I just want a search or at least a when you click a movie have a related titles area.

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  167. When are the rest of us getting our wii discs? I am so excited!

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  168. streamed several hours of content via my Wii this weekend and ran into no problems. I would like to see a search feature though.

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  169. With the adapter coming soon for Wii HD output, will content be able to stream in HD?

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  170. The adapter is simply an upscaler, but it's something for those who have larger HD sets.

    http://gear.ign.com/articles/107/1079857p1.html

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  171. I just thought this was an appropriate place to let people know about this device!

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  172. pretty sure i signed up for the wii disc as soon as it was made available through the site. I haven't received that email yet. Cant wait. Just moved the wii into my bedroom for the streaming. have the ps3 in the living room. soooo impatient. hope i get it soon.

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  173. Definitely delighted with the selection and the quality. Sure, it's not perfect, but it's pretty darn good, and I love the selection of tv shows and documentaries, discs I might not otherwise order. TV shows are PERFECT for streaming!

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  174. Hope I get my disc soon! I ordered it late last summer when I first heard of it...haven't got an email yet, but maybe I just overlooked the email. Will be anxiously checking my mailbox! lol

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  175. When the disc is in the Wii's drive while you are watching movies, is the disc idle or does it keep spinning?

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  176. Fix what you've broken first.

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  177. Love the Wii support for the Netflix! Got a little confused at first trying to activate the account (Netflix slip was pointing to an inactive site to activate - but found the correct site when I logged in to my account). We have standard DSL with a Wi-Fi router - works great - no delays and picture quality is near DVD on our HDTV flat screen - even looks great in widescreen. My 5-year old was thrilled to be able to see the DVD covers and easily navigate to pick and play the movie she wanted to watch. Really, really impressed. As with another poster, would love to see expanded Kid's section but now the system works great!!

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  178. How about shipping the discs to the folks who have been signed up to get their "reserved disc" for months only to find out folks who signed up a week ago are in the "select group" to receive them first. Complete horsefeathers!
    Customer service has no clue. I guess they are a LIFO mentality.

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  179. I've already said how delighted I am with this product, but wanted to leave a tip that I haven't seen elsewhere on this page.

    A search feature would be nice, of course. However, does everyone here have the Internet Channel on their Wii? It's free, at Nintendo.com. With it, you can go to the web and add movies to your Netflix instant queue, then go back to Netflix and play them. This is definitely a workaround, but for me it is slightly faster than turning on my computer and waiting for it to boot up.

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  180. "How about shipping the discs to the folks who have been signed up to get their "reserved disc" for months only to find out folks who signed up a week ago are in the "select group" to receive them first."

    Agreed. I signed up right when the link went live. A co-worker has his disk and signed up just a few days before they shipped. I am not a happy camper.

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  181. Hangs the Wii - does not work...
    Anyone else having similar problem?
    Received the disc a couple days ago and it hangs at the queue selection screen. Wii remote buzzes when it somehow hovers over an active link....Cannot get it to work.
    Have all Wii updates and even downloaded all the free Wii channels and channel updates. This did not fix the problem. Requested another disc.
    If anyone else had this problem and fixed it, please post.

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  182. I have the same problem with it freezing my Wii as well as the Wii remote buzzing. I ordered another disc in case it is a disc problem. If it is a system problem, I would appreciate any advice on fixes as well. Thanks.

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  183. Most common fix for Wii hanging/slowing, per Nintendo:

    Change the channel that your router broadcasts on. By default, most routers broadcast on channel 6. Change your router's channel setting to 1 or 11, as those do not overlap with other channels. Router "Channel" settings are typically found in the "Wireless Settings" area of your wireless router's setup utility.

    You can find this at http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/onlineWirelessSlow.jsp .

    Other reasons are explained there, too.

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  184. jbd312000@yahoo.comMarch 29, 2010 at 5:48 PM

    I've received my disc, but when I go to netflix.com/wii to enter the code provided to activate my wii, it just takes me to the "Coming this Spring" page.

    Am I going to the wrong place?

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  185. Been too long since I first complained about no Linux or iPhone steaming; canceled my account today. Maybe I netflix ever addresses those issues I'll be back; til then it's redbox, webisodes and iTunes.

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  186. I don't have a Wii. What I did have was a great time exchanging notes with a great group of friends: about movies we'd seen. I relied on their suggestions 100x's more than your Obamallion (thats what comes after a trillion) dollar algorithm. So "screw you guys, I'm going home." And I taking my reviews my recommendations of how great Regretflix is and I'm unplugging the Roku. You suck.

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  187. Thanks, Sheila! That's a great idea!

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  188. The Netflix Wii disc works fantastically. Great job with the interface!

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  189. If, i get this disc can is still get disc's through mail?

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  190. man i'm impatient. when can we get an exact date on the discs.

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  191. Just got my Wii disc last week, tried watching some shows and the picture wasn't that great. Is anybody else having this problem?

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  193. ok, I am new to Netflix and was VERY excited! Sherlock Holmes came out today and I got online to move it to the top...but, it wont be available for another month?! Did I read that right? Is that they way it always is? There are no releases? And I would have to wait a month after it comes out for them to mail it? Let me know guys cause I am confused...

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