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We only talked briefly about the story but did compare notes on which Netflix series we were watching. He was deep into Mad Men and enthusiastic over the fun of watching 5 seasons at once for only $8 a month. When these complex dramas are watched only once a week, you get lost in the plotlines and characters.
Like many of Netflix subscribers, we have stopped watching cable altogether except for the supper time local news. Most people were drawn to Netflix to watch all the movies you wanted for the one monthly fee of $8. Despite offering 30 HD channels for $30 to $60 per month and using a PVR for time shifting, there is very little of interest on cable. The best shows are on AMC and HBO which can only be purchased in bundles for about $15 to $20 per month. Media pundits say Netflix is losing money when the cost of purchasing content is weighed against their revenues at $8 a pop.
With everyone using a smartphone for phone calls, messages and email and cable dying, all you need is a fast internet connection. Publisher of NJN Network, Stephen has covered pop, jazz, folk and rock music since 1964, and spent 2 decades as the serial founder of IT startups.
Enter your email address to subscribe to NJN Network and receive notifications of new posts by email. If you live in the United States and you’re looking for Spanish or Portuguese language TV shows and movies then this is guide for you. With one simple trick you can turn your current US Netflix into the Latin American version of Netflix. This will reveal an amazing library of Spanish programming as well as North American shows that are sub-titled in Spanish which is great for practicing your Spanish reading while watching a show. This tick will work no matter where you live in the world, the steps are the same so just follow along and you’ll be accessing the Latin American version of Netflix in no time at all! The reason you want to be able to virtually reside in a Latin American country is because Netflix shows you different content options based on your geographical location.
Just like how British residents want to be able to access the US Version of Netflix in the UK there are lots of reasons why you would want the Latin American Version of Netflix when you’re actually living in the United States.
The next step is to download HMA so you can set it up to allow you to teleport your computer all the way down to Santiago, Chile where the Latin American version of Netflix is the norm. After you have set up your HMA account, you will want to navigate over to the download page and select the version of HMA you need (PC, Mac or Linux). After HMA has connected to it’s server in Chile (you can use any one of their servers in Latin America by the way) you will have a very different Netflix experience. A browser will open up and you will see that you in fact located in Santiago, Chile and they even show you on a map!
Now that you have verified your new location in Latin America you can simple log into your current Netflix account. I am going to change the default language back to English for the rest of this guide since my Spanish is very rusty. But this wouldn’t be enough to make following this guide worth it so I’m happy to report that you have just seen the tip of the iceberg! Glad you are able to use HMA to watch Latin American Netflix in the USA to brush up on your Spanish before your trip! I am always trying to find Spanish shows to watch and now that I have hma and followed this guide I have more than I could ever watch. Unfortunately your account is restricted to streaming only within the 50 United States and its territories. Alejo, i can confirm you cannot watch latin american netflix on desktop from inside the US, but it works from the mobile app if you run your connection through a latin american vpn server.
A notice does pop up saying that you cannot stream from outside of the 50 states but if you close the note and go to watch a show it does not stop us from watching shows on Latin American Netflix. To set up an Xbox you will need a DD-WRT enabled router which allows you to set up HMA on the router and then everything that is connected to that router will be virtually residing in the USA.
I’m going to Mexico this summer and have been working on my conversational Spanish for the past few months. Hello Brent, If I make the change will I still have all the shows that I currently have in North America? You can turn HMA on and off meaning that you can access both Latin American Netflix, your local Netflix as well as other Netflix versions from around the world. Become an insider to receive the list of the websites that you will be able to access with one simple trick. You will also receive access to the exclusive Insider's Toolbox that gives you access to exclusive tips, tricks and videos. One of my nerdiest hobbies is tweaking the software on my HTPC, a custom Windows 7 box I built with a very good friend of mine after its predecessor fell short of my expectations.
Navigate to the MCERemote add-on and follow the instructions therein to apply (and optionally customize) the changes. For each of the launchers you create, highlight them in the add-on menu and hit C on your keyboard. I ran into issues closing XBMC entirely and re-opening it on app exit, so in this case XBMC will remain open while Netflix and Hulu play in the foreground. In a comment from last Summer, I recommended compiling the AutoHotkey scripts to executables so they’d work with Advanced Launcher. Thanks for the info as I’ve been looking for an easy way to watch netflix outside of XBMC.
If neither of those work, I would first try to create a simple Windows shortcut that can launch Netflix. How would you modify the script to launch Internet Explorer and then return to XBMC when closed? I would try using a similar script, but replacing the Run executable with Iexplore.exe and the Win titles with Windows Internet Explorer. I’m running into an issue where the Green Button will start XBMC using the AHK script you posted, but once the splash screen for XBMC comes up, it just hangs. If this fixes the problem, then there’s probably an issue with how your PC is handling the Green Button or Control+Shift+Win shortcut. How have the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 fared as shiny new additions to USgamer's entertainment centers? With November 22 finally behind us, we've now officially crossed the rubicon: next generation is now current generation.
Mike:The first thing I did with my Xbox One (after it had finished its day one update) was to download Netflix, Amazon Instant, and the Blu-Ray player.
While the Kinect isn't all that great for a game system, it's pretty awesome for a media box. But after using it a little more, I don't feel like the Xbox One is all it's cracked up to be. Every game designed specifically for Xbox One constantly begs for your money via microtransactions. Mike: Yeah, Ryse for me took an hour and 38 minutes to install and for half of that, there was almost no indication the system was doing anything. The machine is fast and is easy to get around, but the voice commands just don't seem to work well for me at all. Mike: I've had few problems with the Kinect voice commands and they tend to be more reliable than similar commands on the PlayStation 4. There's also the problem of the system not having enough commands to perform relatively simple functions. In contrast, the PlayStation 4 keeps some of those functions off the starting Home screen, but it doesn't hide them from you. The best PS4 games are cross-system ports, and I'm playing them more on Xbox One, simply because I have more friends on that system also playing those games. Jaz: PlayStation 4 was extremely easy to set up, and its first-day download was a quick and painless experience.
As with my Xbox One, I didn't bother to load any entertainment software for PS4, because I don't need to. Mike: If the Xbox One feels like an all-in-one entertainment box to me, the PlayStation 4 feels like it will be my main gaming machine in the future. Thankfully, the PlayStation 4 also features a UI that's built primarily to be navigated via a controller, while the Xbox One is this odd hybrid of controller and Kinect input. The PlayStation 4 doesn't have the same problems that Microsoft's console does when it comes to installing games. Jaz: In terms of both systems as entertainment boxes, neither have supplanted my prior-gen entertainment box. Ultimately, both these machines are great as all-in-one entertainment systems, and I'd give Xbox One the nod for having more going on. After a strong first impression things are kind of settling down to a mundane reality full of not very many new games.
Since the new systems don't offer that luxury, I'm in a weird and annoying place where I need to keep five friggin' consoles at my desk and will continue to have to do so until PS3 and Xbox 360 content worth playing fizzles out. I don't want to come off sounding too negative here, because I realize consoles are about the long view. As a game system, the PlayStation 4 is the center of my console world at this point, with its older brother as backup.
And if you happen to have a PlayStation Vita, Vita Remote Play is a wonderful dark horse feature for the PlayStation 4. I'm surprised Kinect doesn't come with a voice learning app to help it learn to understand a user 100% of the time. Whether you picked one of the next gen systems or still rock the previous gen (I do that too), it's a good time to be a gamer.
Still find it both interesting and confusing that it seems split to (my own rough estimates from what I've seen around the web) about 30% saying Kinect doesn't recognize their voice at all, 50% saying it recognizes often but misses a lot and they need to repeat multiple times and 20% saying it's a flawless, amazing piece of tech and the future.

I'm never 100% closed off, I've left Xbox for now, but if they offered what I thought was reason beyond what I get from Playstation I'd always get one. Kinect is so scattered on it's quality from user reviews, along with I'm a hard sell to convince me to speak out loud to inanimate objects and waving hands around while sitting on a couch, I don't know what to make of it fully. I remember how IGN claimed it was over 10 hours long (and remarking how they were impressed with it being so much longer than past CoD's) and USgamer claimed it to be about 5 hours in length, so I knew someone either hadn't played it or was lying.
I never doubted it, but it must feel nice to have a guy from out in the world acknowledge that they noticed your honesty and integrity towards your job. This is a keen reminder of when you listen to people who cover and review games for a living versus normal people who don't have as many hours to devote to gaming. Agreed, many are cross platform, but this has been the fullest launch in the history of consoles.
People who did this AI deserve some praise, I've played with bots in both CoD and Killzone since they've had them and this bot AI is superior by a huge margin. Call Of Duty I'm never really "done" with, as I always pop back because it's for co-op with the wife, not a story type game.
Along with the fact I have Plus, so I have Resogun to always play in little bursts, as well as I haven't even had the time to touch Contrast yet, simply because AC4 ended up to be so good I don't want to stop exploring. And for others who do like multi, there's even Battlefield, a game that's not really ever over, since it's a multiplayer game. Winter has always been less titles for any console, most people tend to be broke from Xmas, but to plant the seed to the regular people out there with more limited hours to playing that there's not much to play or do, at least with the PS4 since I'm only going to comment on the one I have, seems silly. It's true, I still keep my PS3 hooked up because I bought a ton of great, classic games on it and like to go back and play old stuff.
Both me and my wife find we never returned to it, having left that system behind somewhere around 2011 or so. In fact, we're STILL playing Borderlands 2 and Saints Row 3 (we had to start over with that one, fully maxed takes the fun out of it compared to leveling up) when we take a break from CoD in our gaming time together.
What I was hoping to find from this article was how they work when networked to a media server. Of the current gen, the PS3 works much better as a media player than the Xbox 360, with better media playback options, better media format support, particularly when paired with something like PS3 Media Server, and HDMI CEC support.
After a hat trick of great episodes, IO Interactive's globetrotting assassin series falters just a bit with this fourth installment. Smart but subtle additions rule the day in the latest edition of EA's football simulator. Netflix are gearing up for their UK launch in 2012 by sealing a streaming deal with movie studio MGM, for the rights to show online movies.
And for those that claim Netflix only stream old movies, Netflix have said that the prequel movies to the Oscar winning Lord of the Rings trilogy will be streamed within a year of their cinema release in the multi-year licensing deal. Speaking about the deal, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said, “We are delighted to be entering the UK and Ireland with a legendary studio like MGM at our side. Some may argue that there isn’t a lot of choice as far as big name films is concerned. Bodies were falling like leaves in the fall, lawyers were chopping each other up with glee.
It had all the fun of an adult soap opera with complex plot lines and characters in 45 minute episodes. We watched movies on Netflix from our son’s account two years ago, migrating to our own account last summer. With the ability to watch 5 years of a series one show after another, cable can’t compete. She and her friends had seen all the movies on Netflix and wanted to watch some of the old discs. What HMA does is it re directs your Internet connection through one of their servers in Latin America which allows your computer to virtually reside in that country.
I thought I’d share how I got it to launch the Netflix portion of Windows Media Center and Hulu Desktop from the home screen using AutoHotkey and a couple of add-ons. This makes the customization of these commands pretty frustrating, and the software that’s available to help you through it is either over-reaching or completely unintuitive. You should see a little AutoHotkey icon in your taskbar indicating that a script is running.
Navigate to your add-ons and select either Advanced Launcher or Executor (depending on what you installed earlier).
Now you should be able to enjoy XBMC, Netflix and Hulu in harmony from the comfort of your living room. This works fine for my setup which has a reasonably robust processor, but may be a non-starter for slower systems.
If you can make that work successfully, try plugging the path you used into your AHK script. I think this is exactly what I’ve been looking for, although I feel like I am missing something.
It looks like the advanced launcher will only let me point to a file with the .exe extension. Be prepared to experiment and do a lot of guessing and checking till you get the experience you want. Always nice to hear I’m not the only one out there resigning myself to a bunch of disconnected, closed devices.
This will allow you to run the script without the keyboard command, which may help you diagnose if the issue is something in the script itself or a conflict with the Green Button mapping that MCERemote established.
Now kids won’t have to turn off the Wii just to watch some shows on the TV, they can do it from within the console itself. Both systems are just black gaming boxes on the surface, but they break off into very different directions from their forebears.
Only after I had downloaded all of my media apps did I get my first game, which happened to be Killer Instinct. The first time I stopped a film on Netflix by saying "Xbox pause," I knew I had seen the future. I hooked it up to my main entertainment center and messed around with its non-game functions, and it all worked reasonably well.
It's a big deal that the system allocates a big chunk of RAM to non-game functions, but switching between a game and a non-game app isn't nearly as instantaneous as we were promised. Yes, it's a decent little gaming box if it's your one-and-only, but put it up against the PlayStation 4 and you can see Microsoft's focus lies in a different direction.
It's not enormous, but I did have to do some serious rearranging to fit it into my home entertainment setup. It failed to start its day one download at the first attempt, but when I reset it and tried again, it all went off without a hitch. It comes with a pair of AA batteries to get you up and running, but if you want to turn the controller into a typically modern rechargeable unit so you can avoid shoveling batteries into it, you have to buy a rechargeable battery pack and lead as a $25 extra item. My PS3 has been doing that job superbly for years, and I can't see any reason to retire it right now. It hears my girlfriend most of the time - she got it to switch itself off the other day - but I have to yell at it, and it only ever seems to hear the word "Xbox," and is mystified by whatever I say afterwards. There's the occasional times where it misunderstands, but for the most part it's been smooth sailing. It's a fairly diminutive system, which enabled me to squeeze it into my entertainment unit atop my DVR with no fuss whatsoever.
So until we start seeing the next wave of releases - and all those interesting-looking PS4 indie games hit PSN - I can't see my PS4 getting a whole load of usage over the short-term. While the exclusives aren't anything to crow about at launch, the multiplatform games look great on PS4 and the Dual Shock 4 is my controller of choice for this generation.
Yes, it does take a while to completely install game on the PlayStation 4, but they seem to have their stuff together: most games get you up and running quickly while the rest of the game installs in the background. I'm sure they'll get there eventually, but after a strong first impression things are kind of settling down to a mundane reality full of not very many new games for quite a while. On the Xbox One side, Killer Instinct is legitimately great and on the PlayStation 4 I have a host of multi-platform titles that perform better than their current-gen counterparts. The Xbox One stands as my entertainment rig, letting me stream for various apps and giving me convenient voice control.
Like the Wii U's Off-TV Play, Vita Remote Play is great when you need to share the TV with family. A world where you need two or three separate entertainment systems to juggle all your game consoles.
I still think I'll be spending more time with PS4 than any other console simply because of the wealth of independent software Sony has snatched up. I'll try to stay focused, but I can almost guarantee this comment will flip around in topic. Only someone working in the industry could be complaining about having no more new games to play yet.
And that's with me being someone who doesn't touch their multi, I still have that much game. Only reason I don't have it now was to leave someone an obvious gift idea for me while I'm busy with these other games. This comprehensive list of all of USgamer's top-scoring PS4 game reviews separates the classics from the clunkers. This complete list of USgamer's top-scoring Xbox One game reviews sorts out the most memorable from the ones you need to forget.
The deal will give Netflix an exclusive subscription streaming service for the UK and Ireland for first-run movies from MGM, that will get shown within a year of their cinematic release. A Spanish film that stars Penelope Cruz, who was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in it, is an example.
Thankfully, the MCERemote add-on helps us deal with that pesky issue by remapping those commands to more agreeable keystrokes. Aeon Nox also lets me set custom backdrops, which I created especially for Netflix and Hulu.

If that still doesn’t work, I encourage you to dive into the AutoHotkey docs to improve upon the script. When I setup the launcher through adv launcher am I supposed to point it to the .ahk file or the actual hulu desktop executable? Netflix Just for Kids will let you ease your mind when it comes to leaving your kids alone with the TV. We here at USgamer have already let you know what we think of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in their own right, but how do we feel now that both systems have slotted themselves into our entertainment centers? I think that's a holdover from my time with the Xbox 360, which eventually became my media center box; I began the generation playing games primarily on Xbox 360 and eventually transitioned to the PlayStation 3 as my main gaming machine. The Xbox One comes with the new Kinect and while it still isn't perfect, I'd say it only misses one out of ten of my voice commands. But I ultimately don't see any value in using my Xbox One as the command center for watching TV, since my media center basically just consists of a TV, a Blu-ray player, and a cable box with integrated DVR. And the interface is just unreasonably clunky at times; the Achievements list, for example, uses a ton of screen real estate to do the same thing the old Achievements index did. And the one game I've tried on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 -- Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag -- looks hugely better on PS4, where it also includes exclusive content. In my current setup, the Xbox One turns on the TV and cable box, but for some reason it doesn't turn off my TV. It's a minor gripe, but it just feels really poor that a $500 system that comes with just one controller doesn't have those two items as standard.
Indeed, as we go into 2014 and my trusty old PS3 is finally relieved of its primary gaming duties, I'll likely clear out its hard drive except for a few key indie games and use it as a permanent entertainment system.
Perhaps it's my English accent, but then again, this machine is supposed to be able to understand different languages. Resogun is very good indeed, but other than that, most of the best PS4 games are cross-system ports, and I'm playing them more on Xbox One, simply because I have more friends on that system also playing those games. That could change a few years from now: as I said before, I began the last generation with most of my game time on Xbox 360 and ended it playing mostly on PlayStation 3. Outside of my issues with Ryse, the Xbox One tried to do the same, but it has noticeably longer install times than PS4. Business as usual for launches, of course, but the lack of backward compatibility kind of kills these machines in the short term.
Force, Lightning Returns, and Persona 5 (still a year away!) make it impossible to retire the old consoles. If Sony improves its additional media capabilities - I purchased a PlayStation Camera that's just so-so right now - I could see myself shifting towards Sony's platform as my main box for everything. And if you leave the system in standby, you can actually connect to your PS4 over WiFi elsewhere and keep playing.
Like Jeremy says, some developers will be putting out games on those platforms until 2015 and there's no backwards-compatibility, so you'll need to keep you PS3 and 360 out if you want to catch those titles.
That's quite a difference from the "all-in-one wired living room" Sony and especially Microsoft want us to buy into -- though in fairness, most people aren't going to be ridiculous enough to buy both of these new consoles this fall. Xbox One, on the other hand, is treading a dangerous path with its excessive pimping of microtransactions in every single first-party exclusive. There is more than enough to keep normal people who can't play 8 hours a day busy well into January, at a minimum.
The biggest issue for me is that MS put the likes of Netflix behind their paywall but it's good to be able to compare the reality of the systems in operation. Yea the X1's multimedia features are cool but I already own multimedia hardware that does a better job than the X1 in every multimedia category. Full of humor, witty dialogue and emotion, this is a film that is equal to anything I’ve seen in the last twenty years. I did it all from my iPhone 5 I live in USA and my parents they always want to watch movies in Spanish, also I want the kids to learn Spanish as a second language. Just for Kids will ensure that they only get access to content that is suitable for children aged 12 and under i.e.
Jaz, Jeremy, and Mike dispense with their feelings about Microsoft's and Sony's new offerings out of the box. I probably would've binned the 360 except for exclusives, but the Kinect kept the system alive as a media box for me. I can run the cable box through the console, but there's no real point to it; it basically just lets me do the same thing as the standalone box, but with a higher electric bill and more of a boot-up time. Meanwhile, every game designed specifically for Xbox One constantly begs for your money via microtransactions.
It has vents on the top and both sides, and when it's on, you can feel it sucking in gobs of air.
It almost feels like the microtransaction-heavy philosophy I'm seeing in many Xbox One games has now been rolled out into the real world. I worry for the poor fools that were ready to play Ryse or Forza 5 right after the midnight launch only to be stuck with the system's day one update and the lengthy install times for those games. Xbox One is also incompatible with my current cable setup, thus rendering it even less useful for my non-gaming needs. The one time out of ten that the Xbox One doesn't understand what I'm saying is frustrating. This isn't an issue whatsoever - it's just the typical post-release lull after the pre-release storm. I don't have the same problem when it comes to friends that Jaz does, because many of my friends game on both platforms (and PC). The only PlayStation 4 game that's tripped me up so far was Battlefield 4 and that's because I chose to start the campaign first.
And I can live without doing the equivalent of giving my remote control to my deaf Grandad and then yelling at him to change the channel.
But I'm using them to play games, which, fortunately, is something they're really good at doing. PlayStation 3 didn't have much to offer in the way of new material at launch, either, but it didn't matter -- once I ran out of PS3 games, I was playing recent PS2 releases, upscaled to look better than they did on PS2. At the moment, there's a lot more I'd like to play on the old systems than the new, so guess which machines got shuttled off to the closet this week? It fits in my media cabinet much better than the comically-huge Xbox One, which currently sits on top of the cabinet, under the cable box. Although having said ADHD and a touch OCD, you can imagine the field day I'm having with finding every last hidden treasure). And my cable box remote can turn my television on and off, which (unless I missed it somewhere) my Xbox One can't. Others who have tried to use the Xbox One to control their audio receivers have found similar issues.
Others have reported that Xbox One rarely misunderstands them, while others also have the deafness issue.
It's one of the buttons that replaced Start and Select on the new controller, but I'll be damned if Microsoft let people know that. But the focus of the system right now is playing games; unlike the Xbox One's day update, the PS4 can play games right out of the box.
When I got tired of the campaign and tried to switch over to multiplayer, the game had been busy installing the campaign. I have things to play on PlayStation 4, and if I only had its rival, I'd have things to play on Xbox One. You'd better believe I'm willing to drop your console like a rock if the future of your platform subjects me to endless F2P design compromises in games that cost $20-60.
There are hundreds of top notch films that you can watch, think about and discuss with your friends. The drive sounds like a jet fighter when it's loading, but at least the machine doesn't sound like a 747 on the tarmac before takeoff like the 360.
That two-and-change hours setup time is the longest of any gaming system I've ever owned, the shortest being the 8-bit and 16-bit consoles, whose unboxing-to-playing time was 5 or so minutes. Maybe we'll find out what the problem is at some point, and they'll patch it or make recommendations about a more optimal setup.
It made me feel a little queasy doing so, but the reality of the situation is that I wouldn't own either a PS4 or Xbox One quite yet if it weren't for work. As it stands, I need an HDMI switcher; Microsoft and Sony have a lot of work to do to take that need away. I can live a perfectly happy life without any one of the current consoles; the age of console exclusives is dead, baby, dead. I feel that this time around MS just wasted too much resources on multimedia and not enough focus on gaming. There is nowhere else that you’ll be able to see these films unless you head down to your local specialty cinema. Microsoft doesn't want users to peer behind the curtain, but it's holding back useful functions to force the idea of 'simple' upon us. I'm running my digital stuff through a high-end DAC to make it sound as good as possible, so music functionality from a gaming box is superfluous to my needs. They'll be great eventually, I don't doubt it, but there's still a lot of life to be wrung out of the previous generation. If you're going to adopt a free-to-play model for all your games, Microsoft, you could at least bring the good part of that format (the "free" aspect) along with the bad (the endless pay-to-win nagging).
And the PS3 sounds stunning when playing movies through my Receiver, so I doubt whether there's much, if anything, to be gained there by swapping in a next gen machine for that purpose.
God, I can't even imagine limiting myself to trying desperately to wring some small droplet of fun from Knack, Crimson Dragon, or Killzone for the next two months.

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