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Old 07-31-2009, 02:07 PM
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I know I am. I use it all the time. What we're looking forward to is the ability to watch ALL trailers that Apple (and apparently Yahoo) have available, far in advance of them being in the theaters.

There have been a number of movies I never would have seen had I not done my every-so-often-because-it's-a-pain-to-do-manually stint of downloading a ton of random trailers from Apple, then sitting down with the wife to watch them.
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Old 07-31-2009, 06:39 PM
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I know I am. I use it all the time. What we're looking forward to is the ability to watch ALL trailers that Apple (and apparently Yahoo) have available, far in advance of them being in the theaters.

There have been a number of movies I never would have seen had I not done my every-so-often-because-it's-a-pain-to-do-manually stint of downloading a ton of random trailers from Apple, then sitting down with the wife to watch them.
Agreed as well. I like downloading trailers for movies I already own (an dbeing able to play them from that specific movie interface), but I don't want to have to download for any other trailers, I just want to be able to pull up the stream to watch. I end up having to open XBMC, Boxee, or MediaBrowser for this since they can stream all Apple/Yahoo trailers with a nice UI. Load time is generally no more then a few seconds, even for 1080p content. Unfortuanetly I haven't had much time of late to sit down and watch an entire movie, so I get my fix watching the latest trailers. I assume this is what Nick_W had in mind since he mentioned creating RSS feeds.
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Old 07-31-2009, 07:23 PM
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Load time is generally no more then a few seconds, even for 1080p content.
Dang, what kind of connection do you have? The 1080p trailers I get are typically in the 120-150 Mb range.
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Old 08-01-2009, 12:41 AM
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Guys,

If you just want to download all the trailers for all movies that's the bit I have written. That's what I do.

It can select whatever HD quailty you want, and whatever age of trailer you want (or all trailers), and it can clean up old trailers.

It saves them to a folder on the local server. You just need PHP and a web server installed locally. It works with BMT if you want it to, so you have all the metadata.

Sage scans the folder and all the trailers are there ready when you want them.

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Old 08-01-2009, 04:27 AM
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Dang, what kind of connection do you have? The 1080p trailers I get are typically in the 120-150 Mb range.
Sorry, I meant if I am playing 1080p trailers streaming directly (not downloaded), there was very little buffer time. Probably takes me close to a minute to actually download a 1080p trailer (same size as yours, approx 100mb+). I think with my ISP I get around 30MB down / 5MB up speed.
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Guys,

If you just want to download all the trailers for all movies that's the bit I have written. That's what I do.

It can select whatever HD quailty you want, and whatever age of trailer you want (or all trailers), and it can clean up old trailers.

It saves them to a folder on the local server. You just need PHP and a web server installed locally. It works with BMT if you want it to, so you have all the metadata.

Sage scans the folder and all the trailers are there ready when you want them.

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Yes. I would like to download your app. Can you post a link? Or a PM would be fine.

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Old 08-01-2009, 07:48 AM
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Yes. I would like to download your app. Can you post a link? Or a PM would be fine.

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No problem, just give me 'til Monday to sort out a bit more testing and then I'll post it

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Old 08-01-2009, 08:33 AM
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No problem, just give me 'til Monday to sort out a bit more testing and then I'll post it

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No problem, just give me 'til Monday to sort out a bit more testing and then I'll post it

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Did this ever get posted?
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Old 09-08-2009, 12:30 PM
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This is pretty interesting

I think it would be better if it "scraped" metadata for the available trailers- including things like release date, but did not download the trailers immediately- but downloaded the actual trailers "on demand". I'm currently pretty busy working on some things, but this might be something to dig into.

Being able to look through movies which are coming soon, and pick a trailer and view it would be uber-cool, and I've had that idea floating around in my head for a while now.

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