On the Netflix app, I know it will stream video (movies, TV shows, etc.), but what if you're off wifi (non-3G iPad)? Say, I'm in a train or car, is there any way to watch a Netflix movie on the iPad without wifi? Can you download the movie and watch it off-line? Or is it streaming over wifi only?
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I know I can read a powerpoint presentation on keynote or directly with safari, but is there any app I could use to save a ppt presentation on my ipad and watch it without internet connection (just like ibooks with pdf's)?
I am traveling overseas and brought 6 movies with me. Turns out that is going to be woefully short of what I actually need. I have a large collection of movies on my home computer, and I can remotely connect to it from here to convert movies and put them either on an FTP site that I own or HTTP. My question is, is it possible to import a couple of those movies from external sites into the iPad for offline watching (when I am on a plane?)
I am about to take a bus trip today and want to watch a few movies so if I rent a movie from itunes will it be in iPad format? I have never done this and want to know if i can get a few movies before I go in a few hrs
I bought a movie on my iPad. It said it was fully downloaded. When I went to watch it, the play button was replaced with a stop button (on the page that shows a picture and the director and description). Why can't I watch it?
What's the best way to watch a movie on my IPad while on an airplane....saw that you could not watch a movie when airplane mode is OFF?Then how do you view the movie you have loaded for a 24 hr rental??
Just out of curiosity, how well does the Netflix App work for the Ipad? I've been hearing rumors that movies have been choppy, some have been cutting out and some of the on demand movies won't even stream? I am not a Netflix memember and I am wondering if it's worth getting it since I specifically want it for the Ipad! Any other Movie Apps you recommend besides the Itunes store? Information:HP Pavilion Dv6338se, HP Desktop Windows Vista
I've recently downloaded netflix for iPad and everything is fine except for one small glitch. I've yet to watch a movie or show in full without it pausing several times throughout. It either restarts on it's own or I move the player back a little or ahead a little to get it back going again. It's just annoying.
Any tips on getting consistent playback? I have high speed service btw with unlimited download.
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I rented & downloaded 3 movies last week before a trip. I watched two of them without fail, however the plane ride home the second I went to play my final movie (One Day) the screen went dark on the video app without a glimpse of the movie. I can get out of the app and back in but only to the black screen. Reboot same thing. I have connected the iPad back to iTunes on my PC and I can see the movie in the rented folder on the iPad however it will not let me transfer it back into iTunes. Any ideas or do I just need to do a restore to the iPad?
Few quick questions for the people that currently have the white iPad, I was looking into getting a white one, but these few things were holding me back.
1-How distracting is it to watch a movie with the white bezel? (I will be using the iPad for mostly movies and web) 2- Does it get dirty faster compared to your black bezel on the original iPad(if you had one) 3-Any complaints/ regrets??
I just purchased my first movie from iTunes and downloaded it to my iPad2. At least I think I did. the movie took almost an hour to download. When it was done, I went to the movies tab and synced, so I assume it's somewhere on my iPad. How to watch it, did a search here and found a thread that lead me to believe I needed an app to play it, so I went back to iTunes and bought BUZZ Player and it's now on my iPad. Buzz Player doesn't show my movie anywhere that I can see.
how do i ensure i can watch a movie on iPad when no wifi is available?¬† (on airplane).¬† I know it might be bad question, but I've been on planes before thinking i had movies for kids to watch, only to realize it wouldn't work without some kind of connection.