In SD though. Not for me. I am happy with the "other" ways of on-demand movies. I am now a HD snob... Sad isn't it?
Realist is a Sky employee.
"Where you are is what you eat. When I'm in London I'll have beans on toast for lunch. On holiday — what? Tapas? Go on then I'll have a bit. You eat whatevers in that area"
damn i could download and burn a movie faster than that.The service will offer users movies and shows in SD, rather than HD, but will allow them to watch the movies within around a 1 minute wait, with a full movie taking around 30-40 minutes to completely download.
I like the fact you have to get thier broadband to use it. Gonna be longer for some people to download it. I have a cable telephone so i would be unable to get it full stop.
You need to have Sky broadband for this? Not just any old broadband? or have i read that wrong?
I've a 20MB connection so its fast playing and downloading, will try and find out whats the minimum speed recommended for downloads but I imagin speeds not the issue.
Its just the slower connection you have the longer it takes to download but will have an effect on watching it as it comes down.
More info will be posted as I get it.
Life’s To Short To Argue - I say As I Get Up Off The Floor After The Misses Wacks Me With A frying Pan.
"sky are now doing Sky anytime plus In HD. Welcome to the world of high definition on demand. All you have to do is select the program you would like to watch, wait 5 minutes while it loads and gets ready to deliver the very best In HD quality! It's free to you but we need to get the costs back by putting a advert in every 5 mins. (while the download catches up)"